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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1951
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headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Commandeer Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District._: _and____Commander. Fleet. Air Wing11: I:
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VOL-9 No. 36 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA b Dec. 1951
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--"- --- --- Dec.- 13 Big Dory/

Wage Survey PIl1'inns Gil'(1 OTooc/ iI I i I


1 While his buddies watch and
give moral support, Jose /apava PersonnelInspected Of !

SpecialistsStudy of the Peruvian Navy, donates a
pint of blood at the Armed ForcesUlood
Center located aboard the
4 Station. Some 20 sailors of the NARTU To
Area r Peruvian Navy gave their blood:
Monday, the first croup of 250 now
stationed at Green Cove Springs,
a to volunteer in the Armed Forces

Scales .' ,. Blood program. On left is Julo: Be
Wage z. a Rodriquez, while Jose Vercarav is
in center The Nurse is U. Ol aw.t I

The :Navy's Blue' Collar Sejtln.f Personnel of NAUTL' are

woikers, including' hundredsat s applying that "spic and span"

NAS Jacksonville, were reassured I 11 11f look for their big annual Mili-

that the Navy Department f
tar y Inspection Thursday,
: is doing its utmostto f

keep wage scales in each __ Dec. 13.
On the morning of Dec. 13 active .
area in line with that area'sgoing
of NARTUJax
stationkeepets
wage rate. I I ;
and all its facilities and departments -
In line with this Navy survey,
data collectors and wage specialists I vlll undergo close scru

from the Naval Air Station tiny of Rear Adm. Lucian A. Moe-

have begun a spot check of private t"- bus, Chief of Naval Air Reserve
industrial wage rates in the local
area to determine whether per T.-a'.nir.g! : and Brig:, Gen V'!'rn< J.
McCaul, Commander Ma tine Ail-
diem rates of Blue-Collar workershere
at NAS are in line. I Reserve Training
I "a l Dignitaries To AttendIn

In an Office\ of Industrial Relations the evening, bcg.nning: at
Newsletter Nov. 1951. Rear 2000. members ot: the Organized

Adm. William McL. Hague Chiefof Reserve Squadrons will congregate -
Industrial Relations, pointedout in the NAR1U Hangar for
that even though Wage Stabli- their annual inspection.
ration Board regulation No. 6 "Fine Expression Pan-American Unity"
per- i
mitted an additional 2.2% increase I I Korean Cone bn I Principal inspection speaker of for"Weekend the evening -

under the January 15, 1950 Increase Wanlors' will be 1<' l' a n cis P.
of 10%,, the Navy' still must : Sailors Give of the
could comply not with grant the Law the of additional 1862 and Peruvian Pals I RG-II filled[ I Navy Whitehair who, will Undet fly-Secretary from Washington -

for the ceremony. Also expected -

2.2'v increase.4 I In BrieFollowing 4/ 1'1 eel[ to be on hand are Senator

In hU report, which was also At Local Blood Center"We George Smathets.E. Bennett RepresentativeCharles and Mayor

quoted in an Industrial Relations a separation of Haydon Burns of Jacksonville.Other .

department 51 issued last Memorandum week. Adm.No.Hague 74- want to help our good friends:: in the United States," four veterans months found, two the Korean woild was war military this and civilian will also dignitaries bin -

stated, "The Navy's funaamental Those were the words of Lt. Carlos Tudela of the' Peruvian ) n't so large after all when they attendance from area

policy still holds good: we will\ ad- I I Navy who led a group of 20 Peruvian Navy men to veie re-united in Jax last
Hall I'ollows Inspection
the of our Blue-Collar
just wages .
workers to keep pace with industrial I| the Armed Forces Blood Donor Center here Monday, where Thursday.The two battlefield buddiesare Following the evening inspection -

rates just as rapidly as we I they all volunteered to donate a pint of blood. Lt. S. Kenneth Johnson, there Hill be an annual :Military -
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can and in so far as we ale legally ----- Inspection Ball at Mainsid
The was the first of 250 I Cove Caps, and 2nd Lt
I group Llosa have been at Green Chaplain Thotnhill
mltted to do so auditorium with Claude
pet Peruvians now at Green Cove Chenoweth the latter'
for the eight months. Avery
The spot check being made here Springs past and his orchestra providing the
I Springs with the Florida Group, I assisting American crews returning last week on a 30-
They are
to determine whether any adjust- Atlantic Reserve Fleet, who have leave. music. It's "the biggest night of
in rehabilitating three desttoyerescort day
ment in pay for per diem workers It the'ear": for the Jax "Week
volunteered to give blood. was *
vessels which will be *
is warranted at this time, is com- end \Vaiiiois."
also the first time any foreign I missioned into the Peiuvian Navyon hi Koiea in mid-
controlled the NAS Jax Area Arriving is
by have donated to the Also on the agenda a recep-
service men
Wage and Classification office. Jan, 30th. January, the duo participated tion for Admiral Moebus at tin
The last wage survey of the I local program. All of the first group of blood in the "guerrilla opel aUons" at Officers' Club with NARTU and
area was held during 1950: with an I Fine Expression; ) of I'nity donors were attached to the D-l, Yonchon and the battles from Organized Reserve of fleets oa
increase granted in Sept. 1950. Capt. Julius C. Early, senior which is soon to be leclnistencd \\'on ju to Hwachon, but were hand.
medical officer and head of the the "Castilla." The D-2 and D-3;: ,. unaware of each other's presence 1 .

Navy Exchange Stores blood center, welcomed the men will be rechristened the "Rodii- until their meeting in '
and said the occasion was a fine gue-t" and the "A ulrre" respec- Match, south of Chunchon. Leave
Open To Late Hours expression of Pan-American unity. I tively. 'I Attached to the Fifth Mating I NATTC

He added that he wished "the No Casualties Regiment, First Marine Di-
Stores Navy will Exchange:be open Merchandise until 2100every : Communists could see it." I Most of the Peruvians: speak vision, they were in on thecounteroffensive Policy Re-Stated

Friday and until 1700 every II About 420 Peruvian officers and I little or no English and have which took
commanded by Capt. Luis never given blood befoie. As they them across the 38th parallel
Saturday until Christmas. men, The article in the N'O29 issue
taken in hand the blood
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\ center staff, some natural apprehension bowl" north of Inje in August of the Jax Air News, headlined -

Leave? could be detected. None where separated for the "Christmas Leave PoliciesRevealed
they "
Holiday was erroneous as far
Planning I fainted however and the snackprovided first time when Lt. Johnson
I afterwards to as leave policies for the NATT-
/!! appeared slate-side.
I returned are concerned.The .
Center personnel
be much enjoyed.
I (Please Turn to Page: 2, ('ol, 2)) I ((Pleast Turn to Pane_.2, Col. 5)HIGHRANKING ) article is corrected tread ,)
Now! .. --- ----- ---
Reservations --- -
at
Obtain -- "Present plans the Cen-
ter are to allow all students tla<

take leave during the holiday
Personnel contemplating Chrlstnias leave trips home cannot af- M; leave period provided that

I ford to waste any time in making icseivatlons. according to the enough personnel remain aboard
11 stand the assigned
Branch District Passenger Transpol'tatlOIoffice here. security to and regularly departmental

The number of military personnel watches and that they do not
that
in order
traveling on leave' during authorized practicable the services exceed the limits of their cur-
als
desiring inlli'ldu'I'I
holiday periods will tax District Passenger office rent leave accumulation."
heavily the already loaded com- .
and forward to > 1
such out questionnaire ., Pk.tra
mon carrier facilities to an I J Rl
reach the office as soon as possiI ,
"4
service
extent that unsatisfactory I : Chief of ChaplainsIn
result unless advance arrangements ble. All personnel are requestedto '
may made. make their reservations with I
are
/ the local office in order that a I VisitRear
The Branch District Passenger \ Two-Day
be
more complete survey can
500 will endea- \
office' in Building a
.
made of the equipment require- \ .
Stanton W. Salisbury
vor to assist in every way possible I Adm.
to secure reservations and ments. Chief of Navy Chaplains. and
arrange for special cars and trains : Ticket Agent Her I"I Capt Roy Bishop, member of the
ILl necessary to and from regional Arrangements have }been made staff of Vice Adm. John Dale
I
railheads with all local carriers to have I Price, Chief of.Naval Air Trainingat
Make Local) Hesitation* I ticket agents' available on the xa, V I II I Pensacola, are visiting the sla.

All personnel are advised to station during specified periods I tion this week.Primary .
(to be announced at a later date), i
make reservations as early as possible I mission of the visiting
to sell tickets to those desiring/. I a .
if traveling by Pullman, reserved Chaplains is to observe the lallgious
I them, according to Talmadge:: A.Davis .
air. All being
< seat coach or by I I training program
carriers have been advised of this assistant district transportation OFFICER GREETED Adm. Donald R. carried out at NATTCenter.A .
administrator for the Sixth of Naval Operations (center), meets with
action and assure the fullest cooperation Duncan, Vice-Chief conference of all Navy-
adequate facilities Naval District. Rear Adm. Osborne B. Ilardison, Commander Fleet Air Jackson East Florida area'
to provide in the
I Lists of typical round-trip furlough I ville (left) and Capt. Allen Smith Jr., Chief of Staff, ComFairJax -. Chaplains Is slated for today. About 25 ant
cities maybe /fright), during his short stop-over here last Wednesday. Admiral
It is suggested that all rSnnelof.t1M leave found fares on to most principal bulletin boards : Duncan relieved Admiral Lynde D. McCormick as chief expected for luncheon nt illOfficers' ,
be screened by Club.
request throughout the station. I :assistant! to the Chief of Naval Operations in August.
and grouped as 'soon as



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, U_, : .I.1..L. / I _& ', -r. Certain Reservists Out After 16 Months


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. Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval. Air

f C' Station. Jacksonville FIlL NAS Jacksonville Disabled WW11-Korean War Vets Can Get VA TrainingBy

Cant. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer
Armed Forces Prat Service while from battle to real'
,r' Comdr.: James H. Armstrong Executive Officer ( ) flying sectors area
Lt. Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer Enlisted Naval Reservists who han had medical aid stations.* e eSpecial .
, Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear prIor military service and who were not in a
.. Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander drill pay status when ordered to active duty travel instructions have been issued
, Capt. Alien Smith Chief of Staff will be discharged from active Naval service to Army commanders aimed at avoiding delay
Fleet Air Wing Eleven upon completion of 16 months duty since the and minimizing congestion during the Christ-

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ___....__.___...._.___ Commander outbreak of Korean hostilities. Such reservists mas-New Year holiday season, on rail, bus and
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer for the most part, originally were sched- air lines, the Department Defense. has an
uled to be separated after completion of 17 nounced. Commanders of posts, camps and sta-
Naval Air Technical Training Center months active service. tions have been instructed to stagger departure
Capt. Lester K. Rice _.____...__ Commanding Officer intervals of personnel wherever practicable
Comdr. William A. Hood..........._.................._..__....._.Executive Officer so that commercial carriers can absorb the
Although all draftees must serve a total of
Naval Hospital 24 months on active duty there is a differencein holiday overload.
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer their reserve obligation, according to the De- Holiday travel is expected to be more severe ..
Capt GUI' E. Stahr Executive Officer. partment of Defense. Those dratted before than last year because of the announced suspension

NARTU June 19, 1951, under the Selective Service Act of training activities during the period
Capt. Easton B. Noble .___.._.._m..... .Commanding Oflcer of 1948 must serve five years In the Reserves from Dec. 22 to Jan. 2, and the influx of personnel -
Trusso Executive Officer from under the rotation
Comdr.
Anthony returning overseas
upon separation. Those drafted after that date
.
Editorial Offices in Roo 123 and 125 Main Administration under the UMT and Service Act of 1951 must program. r

building. Phone extension 8184. tion.serve six years in the Reserves upon separa- President Truman has approved the reportof

Editor-Andrew H. Planey a selection board which recommended Capt.
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger JO3; Mary Bixones, JOSN; However. those drafted before June 19, 1951. Alfred Richard Harris and Capt. Herman Paul
Dave Devroy, SA. x may also have a chance to discharge their en- Riebe to the grade of rear admiral in. the Dental
the JAX AIR NEWS U fubllsheft wettly 8t the U. S.: Naval Air Station tire reserve obligation by volunteering for one Corps of the Navy.
Jacksonville, florid, and printed nr mci INlncIt:03: S funds more year of active duty. They may also short M *
at no expense to the government in P35. Rev. en their reserve time In the Or-
by serving Army agencies and commands the do-
using
>iov. 194;). Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station the
Naval Air Reserve raining Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, and ganized Reserve for three years. No provisions mestic mails for the distribution of pamphlets
the O. S Naval Hospital in the 1951 Act have been made for those books and similar matter have been urged to
The JAX AIR NEWS Is member ot the Armed Forces Press Sen'Ice.
a
called
draftees after June 1951 the
regarding reduce these to minimum the
AFPS material appearing in this publication may not be printed withoutthe mailings a during
Sen Ice. publication of other same opportunities. normal civilian Christmas
written permission of Armed Forces Pi ess mailing period.
matter except by service publications, If prohibited without" permission of *
tditor: JAX AIR NE\S. During the first 10 months of this -
year WWII veteran who have returned to active
You've Got To } three helicopter units with the Eighth Army in duty and who were disabled after the outbreakof
Plenty Say Korea evacuated 4,326 wounded from frontline Korean hostilities, may take training under
areas, the Department of the Army has an- the Veterans Readjustment Act or Public Law
nounced One pilot 1st Lt. Joseph I* Bowler 16, the Veterans Administration has announced.
Your Vote As Serviceman is credited with evacuating 806 men from Jan- Under a law passed in 1950 and amended in
uary through October.He Oct. 1951: veterans who received Service-con
also helped Lt. Col. James )t. Brown nected disabilities after June 27, 1950, may take
commanding officer of Mobile Army Surgical training, if they need it regardless of whether
Both And Hospital Unit 8063, to perfect a system for givIng they had taken advantage of previous veterans' I
Privilege Right blood transfusions to seriously wounded training programs after WWII.


By Armed Forces Press Service) I Korean Combat "

One of the most important responsibilities and privileges: you I
\' possess as a member of the Armed Forces is your right to cast a vote (Continued from'Page I)

You may be a long way from man or woman not only has the J .
your hometown. You may not be opportunity to cast a ballot but I w Upon arrival in the states.
able to follow the candidates as also access to election information NR x. ,wo 'LL5 Chaplain Johnson assumed the
closely as when you were a civil- which might assist them in niak- a duties of Fleet Air's first Chap-
Ian. You may not be able to pull ing a choice between candidatesPeruvian I lain and maintains his office in,
.
the lever in the curtained booth tee the hangar spaces of Fasron
ht jour neighborhood school. Six where he aids fleet per- I
BUT YOU'VE GOT AS MUCH SailorsContinued I sonnel with all types of per- I
OF A SAY AS TO WHO RUNS sonal problems.
THE GOVERNMENT AS ANY ( from Page 1)) 1 After participating in his
INDIVIDUAL IN THIS COUNTRY The remaining volunteers will j third major offensive attack -
be scheduled twice weekly on regular the young Marine officer re-
days on which donors from turned to Inje on Nov. 6 wherehe
The dear 1952 will be filled with Green Cove Springs have visited W began his 23-day journey
conventions, speeches, campaign the center homeward. Completing .his
buttons, public opinion) polls, and Since only 48 pints daily are leave, he will report to Parris
brass bands. It is an election now being shipped from here to 3 Island ,S. C., where he hopesto
year in which the American peo- the processing center in Philadel- 4 Yr remain until his discharge
ple decide who shall run the af- phia, a corresponding leveling off 3 r t in July
fairs of) their country, state, city will be effected among local con- s .
and town. tributors. Before the AmericanRed '
The offices of President, Vice- Cross campaign got under i!" p ,
President, some of the seats in the way the NAS Jax blood center v, '
House of Representatives, and was shipping 3,000 pints per
one-third of the Senate seats will month

ire decided. Besides Lt. Tudela, those giving

blood Monday were: Petty officers BEFORE THE "BIG ONE" Personnel of the Jacksonville
An a Serviceman you have the Jose Chunga, Nicasio Espinal, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit undergo their final inspection by MAINSIDE
privilege and opportunity of cast- Apolinar Tapia Zozina Altez, Elias Capt. Easton B. Noble, NARTU Jax commanding officer prior to Thursday, December 6
ing an absentee ballot for the persons Cueto Adrian Sanchez, Luis Tam- the annual military Inspection to be held Dec. 13. Rear Adm. "Whip Hand" ... Elliott Reed.
of your choice. cuiz, Jose Vergaray, Julio Rodri- Lucian A. Moebus Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training, and Brig Kridaj', December 7
You didn't always have this guez and Jose Moscatze semean Gen. Verne J. McCaul, Commander Marine Air Reserve Training, "People Against
right. Your fathers who fought Pedro Lavello Alijandro Pacheco, will look over the local NARTU and its seven attached squadronsof O'Hara" '.. .. Spencer Tracy,
in WWI had to be stationed in Leonidas Aranda, Jose Zapata "Weekend Warriors" on Dec. 13. (See Story on Page 1). Saturday, December 8 ,t'
their hometown, or close to home, Esteban Rios Diego Florez, Dan- "My Forbidden

to qualify to vote. Consequently, iel Barboza and seamen appren- Past" _....__.... Robert: Mitchum
most Service personnel never tices Carlos Gil and Julio Digs WeekendWincjTZiffi Sunday', December 9
voted.It) "On Moonlight Bay" .... Doris Day
wasn't until Sept. 16, 1942, HALF AND HALF Monday, December 10
that Congress passed a law which "Man With a
Insured every serviceman an absentee New York (AFPS) Finley f Notes Cloak" ........ Barbara Stanwyck
his friend
Chandler and girl each
ballot provided he met the Tues. A Wed., Dc. 11-)%
owned half the car. After a heated -
eligibility requirements set by his from "Decision Before
dtate. That law is still in effect argument with the young lady Dawn" ...._....._...... Gary )Merrill
Finley' took a sledge hammer and NATTOentcrTbaraday
demolished her half.
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NARTUF741 December 6
The law also provides that the "Elopement" ............ Clifton Webb
Armed Forces co-operate with the .$/ '.' Friday, December 7
states to see that every Service- ,,rvDRIYf \' I "My Forbidden

The final bit of spic and polish Thornhlll and his orchestra at the i Past" ...................,. Ava Gardner)
has been applied for the annual Mainside Auditorium supplemented Saturday December 8<
by free food and soft drinks. .
) inspection.
"People Against ..
1 DIVINE .
I The Officers' Club is being ..........
C lAffgitr; Word has been received that OHara.. ... Spencer Tracy .
for this and
THE Francis P. Whitehalr UnderSecretary groomed same night Sunday, December! 9
wax """ will be to members of the
)) rcrgtrtt, open
SERVICES MA of the Navy, will be the 'Flame ofAraby"
8C rCl R ,,,; principal speaker at the Inspec- Reserve squadrons and Invited" ..?........ Maureen O'Hara
falacnrfx
Protestant ; ; tion. Everyone Is making an guests only. Mon. &; TUCK, Dec. 10-11
0800-Lutheran CommunionSmall extra effort to make this i inspection "On Moonlight

Chapel. a success. Bay" .'......_,.?.... Gordon MacFU
M30-Morning i Services, All. I While there has been a great \\edneMlaj, December! 12
Saints Chapel. deal of emphasis placed on the inspection "Man With a
MIS-Naval Hospital Chapel. and also collateral duties Cloak" ........ Barbara Stanwvck
D930-Sunday School, Small and ground school the past few HOSPITAL
pel. cha-I T ySw 4 months, no one certainly has lost Thursday, December 6
3045-All Saints ChapeL sight of the primary objective; of "Golden Girl" ..._......... Dennis Day
-
Catholic the Naval Air Reserve, namely- Friday, December 7
0830 and 0930-Mass St. Ed- combat readiness. Every effort "One! Foot in
ward's Chapel. has been made to requalify in J rl I Heaven" ........_. Frederic :March
I Sat. &. Sun, Dec. 8-9
rockets. Lt. Joseph Gillespie, withan
0830-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism error 40 feet on the "E1o ment" ........... Clifton Welb>
Class). average
FOOD FOR THOUGHT-At
December 10
Monday
1030-Mass, St Edward's Chapel the entrance of the 3rd Bom- I first hop and 55 feet on the "Flame ofAraby" ,
0045-Mass at Hospital Chapel. bardment Wing in Korea, Air second hop was the first one to
qualify. It is hoped that all pilots ?._...... Maureen O'Hare
Force S/Sxt. Robert D. Farris
Science
Christian will qualify in short order. Tuesday, December 11
1 Small faxes at a thought-provoking "People Against ...
Chapel.
J\tesday-200O-at Since Plans have been made for a ; q' /
sign on traffic safety. O'Hara ...... ......Spencer TratyfNHM9wA \
Mormon tbe erection of the sirn there party following the Inspection. En- ".3 'V *E BWBlMBHHB r ? -
.
listed men and guests will enjoy "Whaddya '; ,don't want .1\ >JT, Xf aber U ,
Thursday-1930-at Small Cha have been no violations of mean you I
pel. I speed limits. j the syncopated rhythm of Claude to be rescued?" ..._ On{"Moongf&t..\... '1"ll #- -B4i' ... M DorU" a
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rage Three

!fi 6 December 1951, JAX AIR NEWS

I New Grading

Station Largest Carrier

f System For


Dialogue TV To Aid Plane Landings Aboard New Supercarrier EM ExamsWashington 1

("Station Dialogue" providesan "
opportunity for military and Television to aid plane land- (AFFS) Th
NAS to voice I }PsI will introduce a new scot
of Navy
civilian personnel ings and escalators to carry pilots
their opinion on a question put to crewmen from below to ing system in grading its Jan-
and deck
examinations -
them by a Jax Air News reporter uary 1952 competitive
.) flight deck, are just two of the for enlisted personnel.The .
innovations to be included aboard new system will be scaled

Today's question Is: "Provideda the world's largest carrier, the from 0 to 80 instead of cu-
Is declared 0.0 to 4 0.
r('! armistice USS Forrestal. sched- tomary
flush-deck will be ,laurel
In Korea, what would you suggest Passing'ores-
the fleet in 1954.
uled to join level of the
T" the difficulty
action on
of
HA our next course The huge 59,900-tonner named This
I examination.
particular
secretary, I 4 Itrlt ;
after the first defense
each examination
with
Lt. F. Kenneth Johnson, Fleet will be able to launch attack M score may for vary the various rate
.
Chaplain bombers and their covering fighters will not be reported
; F Marks
should do simultaneously. Four cata-
advancement authorization
for pults and record flight deck If with. After the January 1952
of width of. 252 feet, nearly twice
people examinations the Navy will discontinue
I LAir Educate the width of today's largest car- the use of the postcards

m in the riers, will make* this* .possible. which inform personnel

.J Df demo will be cata- whether or not they passed.
Smaller fighters
I and give on the sides With the new scoring procedur.in
pulted from positions
the oppor- effect it was felt impractical
of the big deck. The big planeswill : :
to run
Johnson tunity unobstructed to use the cards.
rundown
without in- have an .
their own government I'.
of the flight
either the center
terference or domination by deck's full 1,042 feet length, it;
the' United States or the United Marines
they need it, according to already Navy
Nations.
published accounts of the car ,

Bill Johnston, ABAN, Boat facility rier's There features.will be no "Island.. Wher SEAGOING SKY VEN-Artist's impression of the aircraft Study SlicingOf

: "I don't the big carrier is launching 01 carrier USS Forrestal, the keel of which is scheduled to be laid at

believe we taking her planes aboard then Newport News, Va., is shown above. The new flush-deck carrier
should with will be nothing above flight deck will displace 59,900 tons, with an overall length of 1,040 teeu 'ChairCorps'Washington
draw our| level to get in the way. The Capable of handling heaviest carrier aircraft, the Forrestal will
troops. There fj' ship's captain will be in a bridge accomodate 3,500 men in air-conditioned quarters. She was named (AI I'S) -The Na-

should be a certain ; I raised or lowered by throwing for the late Defense Secretary James V. Forrestal. vy Department has taken steps to
amount of a switch or pressing a button, the carrier's planes eliminate deficiencies mentionedin t
our people left : : way elevators are sent up anc l retracted, landing officers will To below move decks the to their launching a recent report by a Senate
to occupy the down, the report explains. have television screens on whichto from will be four Subcommittee.UnderSecretary.
positions, there I I
after Johnstonthe observe incoming planes. of the Navy
country fighting ceases and a permanent The Navy did not disclose how r Officers will then be able to big elevators. These the elevatorswill ship's Whitehair has informed the committee -
buffer zone established so it it would use television to aid air.. tell whether the plane is coming be placed along that the following step
will not start again." craft landings, but it was assumed .- in too high or low, and to guide sides, reducing altogether any have been taken:
that when the bridge is!:; the pilot by radio. obstructions, 1. No naval personnel will receive .

QMC. Operations: hazard pay for submarine
Pete Jabaly, I
Unique Honor without actually going i*
"To my way of Tots duty
2,600 sea in submarines for a reason-
I thinking there able amount of their active service
Role
are two courses Navy Women To Have Full .
of action. One: ForXmas
,* Sign 2. The Chief of Naval Operation
Prepare for the Commandant of the Marine
and
Two military: action Uses PartyPlans For First Time In Re-Commissioning Corps have begun studies toimprove
and
.,. t teaman Four women of the naval service will have the unique honor of re- reduce the the number use of manpower of ablebodiedmen

L ship rather than for the annual Children's commissioning ships from the Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet, performing "chaircorps"duty.

Jabaly force, for the Christmas Party are progressing Under-Secretary of the Navy Francis P. White- .
when
force will be behind the political rapidly, according to Capt. CharlesA. December 14, Cove Springs Naval Station 3. Instructions will soon be issued *
maneuvers. The Communists will Dittmar, senior Chaplain, who hair makes an official visit to the Green to Inform naval and Marina.

either have to. fight. or. back down. heads the committee.To It will mark the first time in ceremony will be representativesof Corps personnel of their unre-
date 2,600 names of Navy history that women have been des- other women's services in the stricted right to express their
J I Norman Chausse, Post Office: juniors 10 years of age or underhave ignated to play so complete a role Defense Establishment, the Army views to members of Congress.

"We ought to been submitted by their par. in a recommissioning ceremony. WAC, the Air Force WAF, the 4. Studies have begun on a subcommittee
try to get as ents. Appropriate gifts for differ- Selected from each branch of the Army Nurse Corps, the Army I suggestion that "cost-
ent age groups have been pur- naval service in which women are Women's Specialist Corps the Air I consciousness" be included among
many concessions chased, and wrapping will start enrolled, they will place in active Force Nurse Corps and the Air the categories rated for officer fitness

from the & soon. commission three Landing Ships Force Women's Specialist Corps. .
Reds as possi Captain Dittmar also reports Tank and an Auxiliary Repair I I i

have that pony rides, a miniature loco- Ship. whose home townis
ble. We Lrdr. Moesstor,
t h le military 'motive, and a puppet show have Daytona Beach, Florida, will 15 Cents Per Day

might to back been assured for entertainment Wave officers will be represented recommission the U. S. S. LST
up any reasonChausse of the children. An a-capella choir by Lt. Anne Warden of the, 664, to be commanded by a fellow More For Rations
able requests that we might make. and a brass ensemble from Lee Sixth Naval District, Charleston; citizen of that city, Lt. B. E. Ferguson
We should use whatever means High School will be on hand to Navy nurses by Lcdr. Maxine Jr. Washington (AFTS) Fifteen

necessary to make the peace render Christmas carols and Moesser, of the Naval Hospital, The U. S. S. LST 528, to be com- cents a day has been added to 1
final hymns. Jacksonville; ranks of the Waves missioned by Lt. Warden, will be the daily rations allotment for en- ,
.; The party will be staged in the by Warrant Officer Mary L.. Burkeof commanded by Lt. Millard 1... Fisk, listed persons of all Services.

Al Gross, DKSN, Disbursing: football stadium .Dec. 21.Divers the Naval Air Auxiliary Sta- Falconer, N. Y.; the U. S. S. LST They now receive $120 a day
We should: I tion, Whiting Field, Florida, who 938, to be commissioned by Capt. to be payable from November 1,
:'": r keep an armed has just been promoted to Ship's MacDonald will be commanded by the Defense Department has announced -
"Jiij Will
Clerk after eight years of enlisted Lt. Howard L. Childredd of Nor- .
,:;' force there In a service, and the women Marinesby folk Virginia, and the U. S. S The rise in rations money was

watch-dog ca- Capt. Mary MacDonald, of Ma- Pandemus, ARL-18, to be com approved to keep the ration allot-
pacity. Last Be Aided rine Corps Headquarters, Washington missioned by Ship's Clerk Burke, ment on a par with rising prices

time things will be commanded by Lt J. H. it was explained. !

4 didn't turn out TelevisionWashington On hand to witness the unusual Thomas of Savannah, Georgia. This new policy affects those
well due to neg- By ; Servicemen not provided meals at '.,

Gross ligence. Let's Relieves Lt ChenaultAs : government expense.Quarterman. .:
start (ArPS)- Underwater Lt. Cummings I I
the Koreans asbetter
Rive television may soon be used 1
this lime The government in Korea the Navy to protect and aid VacanciesAt
by
was rather weak or"the Redswouldn't human divers in their work, it WAVES Administrative Officer i

have. gotten. .In. has been disclosed by Rear Adm! NAS Dallas, Tex.NAS .
Homer N. Wa.llm.hlet:: of the Lt. Kathleen Cummings has
Mrs Aubrey E. Atkinson, MOQ:: Jacksonville has been requested
Bureau of Ships. WAVES
Navy assumed her duties as
"I'd make sure The use of television cameras to assist in the recruit-
it wouldn't 4 beneath the sea will help divers administrative officer at the $ ,E ment of a Quarterman, Utilities.

start again by } spot and prepare for dangerous Naval Air Station, relieving Lt. $4,84640 to (5,15840, for NAS

having investigators situations and improve shipboard Josephine Chenault who has Dallas, Texas, it was announcedby

go( be"x co-ordination of underwater activities transferred t o Minneapolis, Industrial Relations Department
line ri according to Adm. Wallin. Memorandum 72-51 issued
hind the t-? and check on....-.." j Chief advantages of the system who will this week ,
their activities. I N .../p. It IJ! hoped, will be the Lt. Cummmgs, To qualify for this position four
When that was L.._ ., time saved in underwater ex maintain her offices in WAVE years as Journeyman electrician,
settled I'd aid Atkinsonthe ploration. The time a diver ran Barracks 720 has just been recalled plus two years as leadingman ,InUtilities

Korean people in their reha- spend underwater In depths to active duty. She was a -1p t Division supervising em- .

... bilitation with financial aid and over 40 feet, L* severely limited member of the Organized Re- ployees in Sewage Disposal Plant
assistance in rebuilding due to the water pressure. Steam Plant, Electrical Maintenance
.. Cameras lowered In a specified serve NAS St. Louis. Shop, Shipfiters Shop, Refrigeration -
area will enable personnel on Prior to( her recall to active and All-conditioning

Jobs For Quarterman the ship to examine: accurately duty, the new WAVES officer Lt. Cummings Shop are required.The .
bottom and adequately
the ocean incumbent of this positionwill
Open In PhilippinesThe prepare the diver for had been, a Civil Service employee be responsible for the super.. <

Overseas Employment his descent.Underwater. first in the Veterans Admin vision and operation of the feta- u
Navy television was
has Issuedan istration Hospital at Jefferson tion's utilities facilities including ..
Office (Pacific) used during the evaluation of the lectrical't'
urgent appeal for applicants to Bikini atom bomb testa in 1947 Barracks, Mo. She spent two heating, water, sewage, air conditioning .::;
distribution, refrigeration,
:' fill the position of Quarterman Cameras were lowered to depthsas years in the Navy during the swimming ', .
fire fighting,
.. at. Subic Y
Mechanic and
feet manipu-
180
1 Refrigeration
great as war on recruiting duty and was pool, plumbing shop and eleo-
Philippine Islands. lated and focused by remote con
Cay,
released to inactive duty in trical shop. \\1
'" Persons qualified to fill this position trol from a.bove.supervisory .
Dec. 1945. Persons who meet the qualifications j
to
desire apply
""\ s and who. completed Standard level. If selected, an Lt. Chenault, who also held for this position and who '
1j' should send a must be signed to make application should1:
official channels of 18 month contract 'assistant Public Information desire
via duty
. : Form 57 the position will Standard Form 57 properly '
for submit
"., Overseas. and the salary had
', this station to the Navy officer at NAS Jax, the Commanding

;.: M, Employment Office, 1462 Market: be Any$6,385.60 male yearly.United States citizen been aboard since Dec. 1943, Officer completed attention to Industrial Relations ." "
2 California '
"",. r.I Street, San Francisco between the age of 21 and DO who She left last week for new duty Officer U. S. Naval Air Sta- :'" ,

Y.1 .:, The.requirements for this position meets the experience requirementsis in Minneapolis where she will tlon, Dallas, Texas, via official
:'" for this posi channel of this station.
to apply
are at least 8 years refrigerartion eligible Lt ChtnauU be engaged in recruiting.

experience and two years at a tion. i



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Elastic'e SHE OUGHT TO BE

RuBeE Its OUT SOON, SNE SAID GROW UPRETHSGSTEPq 'Six Bits' .

C S R NC C r 1 COUID NAVE IS EASY TO LEARN.

DI NIT IT BOY 1. r THE NEXT DANCE Maintenance received another of
c j =
and
\ N those "quicky calls" recently
woNDeR wHY again proved to be equal to the
_- occasion. Thirty minutes after
/o :t I LOOK l I K E A = landing here, (alter working hoursof

FLOWER ? o S course), a group of VA-25
planes had been serviced and
were" on their way. ,The hard
/ working plane captains who completed -,
MATTER the quickly Jay
job so were
E J FRAID SOMEONE Stark, ADAN, Tillman Bozeman
t_ ; COME ON BABYLOOK WILL STEP ON YOUR i --_ ADI Arthur Gabirele, AN; Wil-
ALIVE, EVE STILL GOT TOES lie Gibbs., AN and Norris ;Ber-

\ -,, II A GOOD ARM AND LEG'' -- = telson Taking, ADI.on a new look by virtueof

having more effort and fresh
'
paint applied to it, as well as
through being stocked with new
COME TO ME MY ) equipment is the electronics

-- f MELON f OLIC BA8Y 1 HEAR 'YOU -_+_ shop, now under direction of Lt.
Howard T. Rollins.
_. + CALL N GAL s-
= I I II Several men who failed to complete -
necessary training courses
dealing with their rates have been
declared Ineligible to take the Jan
uary exams. In order to avoid this
I happening again in July, the education
LI office,began a strong campaign
T _, this week to sign all men
in the squadron to training


-= courses.Finding itself minus a man since'

STATION the departure of Jim Watson, AT3,
to inactive duty, the communications -
department has started his

ZI replacement, Jon Angst, AA, on
.
!
DANCE an indoctrination program.
-=- --= -=
N A t, ;zI _- *
Jerome E. Glaub, AL3, has been
tagged this week as "W 1te Hat
VP-741 VP-861 Fasron 9. Fasron 109 Report I receiving more support if and of the Week." A habitue of the
when he decides to run again. electronics shop, "Jerry" came into
I a the Navy at Cincinnati, Ohio, in
i I F&6ron 109 June, 1943.AirmanP.
Jacksonville Area
Scouting Squadrons Although he fired only one shot ) school followed his
at the VFW Turkey Shoot held in recruit training at Great Lakes
\T-741 Westconnett just before Thanks and Jerry graduated from this

Joseph Bassett, AT3: has submitted !- Millen, Bill Fletcher, ATC, Volunteers all the group is giving, the champion pistoleer of school with high scores. On the .
\ an application for a com George Crain, AN, Howard Cut- headed by Irvin S. Hoover, ADC, Fasron 109, John (Curly) Lucas, basis of his showing he was givenhis
I land ADE2 and and of ADC, toted home a 20-pound tom pick of schools and chose
mission. Owner of a degree in Henry Gegan, composed Joaquine Curry,
science which he earned at the I AN Music lovers in the audience ADI; James J. Axton, AD2; Nick- turkey, as the one shot smacked ALA) school.
received treat when olas C. Stavros AM2 John dead center in the bulls-e 'e. at Newfoundland
University of North Carolina, Bas- unexpected ; P. Duty Argentia -
sett is a reserve on active duty Comdr. Edward Rodgers, com- Charles, AD3; James Tuneff, AD3, Welcome aboard has been ex- with Fasron 106 was assigned
Prior to his summons Bassett manding officer, and Dick Cos- and John R. Butler, AE3. tended to Lyn Schneider, ADAA; Jerry after he had completed
was scheduled to begin research man sang a duct of "My Wild Fasron 9 pulled In four of the Theodore Schwenn, ADAN; Jay more than a year of school.He .
Irish Rose." Carter, ADAA; Dennis Dietrick, served in that until
squadron
work with a Jacksonville firm. He ten awards in ,the local golf tour- I
After excellent nament. of those ADAA, and Glenn Moore, ADI. March of this year, when he received -
is a resident of Asheville, N. c., presenting an One was the big I
and served in Panama during appearance at the "Captain's In- one, given to the NAAS Cecil Field Still another Fasron 109 man his orders for duty with.
World War ILLongratulations spection" of last Friday all hands Champion, and was won by Herb took the tumble and joined the Fasron 6.
to John renewed their tailoring, launder- Herres, AN. The other winnersare ranks of the brown baggers re- Glaub is particularly active in
his advancement to AOF3.Dunganfor The ing and cleaning preparations in Lcdr, James Neander, First cently when7 Edward Eaton, AM2, the sports program of the squadron -
his order to be ready for the Fleet Air Flight winner, Calveit Duke, ALC, exchanged vows with Hazel Wom- He was a letter winner in
authority on promotion was a
little late but then better late than Wing inspection scheduled for Third Flight runner-up, and ble of Jacksonville basketball while in High School.
today. "Buck" Markham, AT3 Fourth Congratulations are In order to *
never! Also goingJp the ladder I
this week has been Jessie Seems- Bill Pulliam, AL2, joined the Flight runner-up. the following squadron personnelfor When the first word leaked out
,ter and Clyde Wiltshire, who ad- ranks of proud fathers last week George "Shotgun" Ragsdale, their advancement to the rat- that over 40 squadron personnelwere
vanced to AN and Thomas Clar- when a baby girl, Charlotte Gayle, AM2, had trouble counting recently ing of AN: Richard Ross, Richard to receive transfers a good
idge, who added the third. stripe added her 8 pounds and 11 ounces but thanks to help from the DeBishop, Eugene Clifford, James I bit of excitement began generatIng -
I to become SN. of noisy cuteness to the family. game warden, he no longer believes Bondurant, John McCauley, Tho- Blood pressure tinned to
-' Welcome aboard was extended Welcome aboard to Renee E. five squirrels to be only mas Herrman, Donald Oswalt, normal in a short bit though whenIt
last Saturday to five seamen apprentices Nelson, AN; Robert H Cocking, four. Thomas O'Neil, Glenn Commins, was learned the transfers were
William Bartenbach, James Mc-
from Great Lakes I ADAA W. Theits few only to be between Fasion 6 and
as ; Clyde ADAA; Though people were aware Daniel, William Grimm, Edward
Harry M. Lydick James Martin, Glen C. Stephen, AA; Reno Ivy, of it, Ed Maguire, AN, who was McKeon, and Hunter Shoemaker. Its augmenting units.
Vincent Mar tineJl1 Jr., Thomas AA; Robert E. McWhorter, recently TAD to Fasron 9 from For those who are new to the
Mayton and Kenneth McGee ADAA Allan H Schurr VF-22 I squadron, two augment units are
If' came ; HM1, was in the political spot- "Anyone would think I was
aboard for duty. Robert Dobson, Ralph H. McKnight, SA; Robert light In the last elections In -Hudson nothing but a cook in this house" assigned to Fasron 6 and were
PR1, also reported to VP-741 from L. Montue SA and organized to assist in the performance -
Robert A. County, N. J. Running on the"freeholder" the wife complained."Not .
duty with VF-11. I O'Neil SA. of regular duties Augmenting -
list
,. I I as an indepen- after a couple of meals Units 022 and 028 are the two
dent, Ed was defeated in his quest wouldn't her husband
they ie-
units with Fasron 6.
\\hlte Hat of the Week" I
honors
for an office but holds hopes of
I, for VP-741 are bestowed this Fa ron 9Seven tor ted. I I Gerald "Pappy" Hughes, AOC,
issue upon Jim Reed, YNSN. Well I highly skilled jet techni- assumed the helm of leading chief
known for his reliability and accuracy cians checked out of Fasron 9 last Gets Duty In Jax After Study Of j of the ordnance department this
Reed is the correspondence week and departed- for Corpus week as that department was given
yeoman for the squadron.A I Christie, Texas, to join the na- a shuffle in job assignments.Frank .
devoted husband and fatherof tionally famous "Blue Angels" exhibition Life Habits Of Insects In EgyptTEST Tucker, AOC, is managing
a four-year-old girl, Jim is a team. I the records and files; Aubrey
Merkey, APC, is in charge of the
), native of Jacksonville and
was Lcdr. Kenneth L. Knight, recently -
recalled to active j bomb trucks and transportation;
duty in Much arrived for duty duty with
of this In civilian life I Domlnisk Gallitano, AOC, has the
year. he was the Malaria and Mosquito Control
employed by the Department of Unit here, comes directly from a I; revolver indoctrination program on the ,45
the Army and spent 15 :years with two years' stay in Cairo, Egypt, and general training,
while Pinckney Alsbrook AOC is
the Corps of ,
Engineers, serving where he headed the Naval Medical -
with them both in the States g > j supervising the line work
and Research Unit No. 3.
abroad. v ,| Rex Harris, AOl, is the Issuing
During that time he had the agent for ordnance supply. Switz-
'' Jim spends many of his leisure
: hours making and unusual distinction of being a I erland Target is manned by John
working on
;' home movies and seven weeks' guest, with others I Sheppard, AOC; the belting ,shack
: does
reportedly his unit of the of Yemen.It .
.i just as much of King by Vernon Brown, AOC, while
work
exceptional
\ them as he does with his daily on was the firsttime the king had Glen Stoker, AOC, is in charge of
squadron job. entertained such a group, and so the magazines and Lowell Pennell,
The j t unique were his experiences that MNC, is head man at the mine
-1 stepped-up cigar smoking the entire story, with colored shop.
program throughout the squadronthe of taken the
tffi prints snapshots by
tt.r past two weeks may be at- group, will appear shortly in the his experiences have been as wide
tributed to the recent additions to National Geographic. ly separated as they have been
_, three officers' families. Lcdr. RoBert .4 II unusual. He had war duty in the
Lambert with a third child "\\'hile iimlmibtHly mo,.t of the South Pacific, where he was on ,
; and his first son on the 24th, time spent in the country of Yemen the staff of Adm. "Bull" Halseyas
while Lt. Walter Winter became was devoted to research into entomologist for the entire
I the proud father of a second the life habits of medically im- area. From June, 1946, to October,
daughter on the 2Sth. 1i I portant insects, and testing the 1949, he was attached to the Naval I
i texicity of various insectldes, oc- Medical Research Institute, Naval
VP861A xx casion was also' found to visit Medical Center, Bethesda, Md., and
bumper trowel of over 300 attended \S J excavations In the area once dom- spent three summers in the arctic.
e the all hands squadron inated by the glamor queen of From then until October of this
\ party held at the American Legion ___ 4 Sheba, Lcdr. Knight revealed year, he was in Cairo.
fJ Hall l last! Friday evening k< .. +hfi. 1 x Yemen is located at the south Lcdr. Knight expects to continue
io' Chicken was the menu mainstay ern tip of the Arabian peninsula, his research here, starting work
"q while dance music from a three- and is rich in ancient history. In an soon as his equipment arrives
ir piece combo and a fine squadron fact, all Egypt is a treasury of It is now on the high seas. Meanwhile
"floor show" made the affair even historic lore, and only incidentally he is getting acquaintedwith \
;more enjoyable. is a proving ground for the bugs the work that has been car*
Master of ceremonies for the TEXICITY-Lcdr. Kenneth L. Knight (left) observes which constitute Lcdr. Knight's ried on by Lcdr. John M. Hhst, I
f floor show was Dick Coeman, method by which Lcdr John M. Hirst officer-in-charge of the primary interest. officer-In-charge of the unit, who
AD3. His program of talented Malaria-Mosquito Control Unit, tests the texicity of A new insecticide has won the recognition of many I
.. people Included Lcdr. Wlwyn employed against insects confined in the chamber of the Since JxMlr. Knight entered"the government agencies for his development
,. WoodwArd, Lt. Ivy Lister (and table. Both Dr. Knight, Mho arrived for duty with the unit fromEgypt Navy in 1941 as the fourth entomologist of automatic equipmentfor
Like), Lt. Marion Long, Lt. Jim and Dr Hirst, ire experts iu the field of entomology to come into the service, disinfecting aim'aft. '"
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6 December 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five


Center Lists t NATTC On TV-



Exam Slate I'' Training Center Here Producing TV



For DecemberThe Network Show Of Command Activities i SALTY HUMOR FROM

"
Information and Educa- I The Public Information Of- HERE AND THEREA

tion Office of NATTOenter has fice of the Naval Air Tech- I famous psychologist had fin
announced the examination Center is
nical Training producing I ished his lecture and was answer +
schedule for the month of December -
.' Examinations will start the first of a series of ing questions., A meek little man'

,with the NROTC tests Dec. 8 network television shows to asked: "Did you say that a good,

and finish with the LDO and. the.E3 ,be broadcast from Chicago. poker player could hold"down any
kind of executive job?
: exams on Dec. 11. The series will deal with the ac- lec-
That's light, answered: the
.
The NROTC exams will startat tivities of the Naval Air Technical
turer. "Does that raise a quest-
0830 at Building 502. One Training Command.The "
ion in jour mind ? "Yes, replied -
,hundred and fifty-three people series was originally the meek little man. "What
,from the Center will take the planned by Comdr. James D. Ar- would a good poker player want
exam.' The tests will, be Navy- bes, Public Information officer on with a job ?'
wide in fleet 'competition. the staff of the Chief of Naval
limited officers Air Technical Training and will be
Prospective duty -
The young man took the gor-
will take their exams in written and produced by Lt. James blonde home from the
geous
Building 502 at 0730. Approximately 1 Wolfe of NATTCenter* .. here. dance. "I'd like to see more of
70 candidates will take 5ou," he whispered tensely "You
TILE SERIES, it was revealed,
the two-hour tests.E3 "
she whispered In
can,
response.
of live with
will consist
will be held in a program '
exams "Im going swimming tomorrow
specially shot film intercuts. Motion ,
Building 503 at 1230 for ap-
picture footage is currently
proximately 500 people. Appli- being shot at the Center.In "Okay, what's your excuse for
cants for this exam are requiredto "
taken to illus- being late this morning?
one sequence,
have served a minimum of trate the firefighting course. stu- 'There were eight of us in the
six months in paygrade E2. I
house and the alarm clock
dents actually quenched a fire in was
Men who will have completed wrecked i only set for seven" (This joke is
a gasoline-soaked, plane
six months in rate by the firstof celebrating its centennial.)
while cameramen and director recorded -
January will also be eligible. I
I the event for film.
I In another sequence, special A few thousand feet remain
I lenses were employed for taking in the ascent of Mt. Tallier as a
over-the-shoulder shots of a man family group struggled toward
i firing a fifty-caliber machine gun. the summit. Leading the climb
was Hans, then came Fritz, and,
IT WAS revealed that Lt. Wolfe last, their mother, all three roped
e has been invited to go to Chicagoto together. Suddenly the rope behind -
supervise the production of the I Fritz broke, causing him to>>
first program. SHOOTING TV FILM-Llojd Riley, AFC (standing) and Lt. jell: "Look, Hans, no Ma."

Motion picture sequences are be- James Wolfe, NATTCenter Public Information officer, shoot a

ing shot by Lloyd Riley, AFC, and special-effects shot in the darkened photo lab of the Training I What's the difference betweena

Gene Horstman, AF1, both of the Center, during filming; of a TV series here. The TV film is the first bachelor and a married man
NATTC Photo Lab. In the Center When bachelor walks the
a
of a series to be released over the national network from Chicago.
r Public Information office, Larry floor vuth a baby, he's dancing
Green, BMG3, is serving, as assist- Films taken here will depict Airman School<<: students and their I -"

ant director, and Irven'Hill, AN, activities. A Cape Cod native had a well
as Art Director. ------ dug on his property. Shortly after,
The first show will be presented his daughter fell In. Was the na-
early in Januu')'. It is expectedthat You May Ruin It For Everyone! tive perturbed ? Not an old Cape ..
it will be repeated over local Codder like him. He simply drove

television facilities. to the nearest bookshop and or-
Do No Shopping At ExchangeFor dered a copy of"How to Bringup
Hospital Personnel Young Girls." '

wZc ,gg..gser Treated To DanceA Unauthorized Persons Zilch hasn't had' his hair cut

formal dance was held for in 10 )'ears.'

patients and personnel of the Na- Reselling items bought in which i threatens civilian "Boy, he must be ItiIi! gy."
I "No. He's bald.
val Hospital last Tuesday. The
an exchange or buying i business.It .
NATTCenter Special Services Or-
chestra, under the direction of them for unauthorized persons is therefore the re- "Hear you lost your best friend.

If Jack Gridley, AA, provided the is just as dangerous sponsibility of every man How did it happen"

music and as inexcusable as lend- and woman in uniform to "He was keeled by a weasel."
1 y Mrs. Ann Ader of the "Could never happen?
Hospital
recreation department planned the rug out your exchange card, refuse to take part in un- "Oh, yes. Is driving hotomobile.

( affair. The dance was a huge suc- It is a flat violation of mili- authorized exchange prac-- Is comeeng to lalhoad crossing.

cess with a capacity crowd of 250 tary regulations. tices which infringe upon Deedn't hear the weasel"

people attending. In the hearings held by the legitimate sphere of .

I the House subcommittee in civilian merchants and en- Tickets On Sale{
'" New XRaiUnit
Speeds 1949, it was brought: out danger the Service i ex-

Diagnosis of Casualties that this practice, thoughnot change privilege. For Civic Chorus'Stephen

I Washington (AITS) A new wide-spread, gl eatly of- *. *. Fosier ShowTickets

... SHE CAN READ TOO! portable field X-ray unit that will fends civilian merchants i Sometimes it is difficultto
Hollywood starlet l Marilyn I speed the process of screening refuse a civilian friend for the Women's Civic
No. 1 cheese- 'battle casualties has been developed
Monroe, presently -
cake favorite of the movie col- for use in Korea, the Army Citiiens in general, including who wants you to make a Chorus' Benefit Concert Dec. 11
has been chosen sweet- retail merchants I for him at the at George Washington Auditor-
ony, has announced. purchase ex- ium are on sale at the Station
heart,, of various battalions The unit, believed to lx the support the idea of granting change, but every serviceman Nursery, Building 560.
regiments and ships. They say first of its type, produces beth
she Is also a serious gal who fluoroscopic and radiographic special i I benefits and should remember that The conceit, which will feature

reads philosophy and quite intent examinations Its use In Army privileges to members of in this respect his first ob- Stephen Foster melodies staged

on an acting career. forward surgical 'hot.plt.aU will the Armed Forces, so as to ligation is to his fellow- with will start 2015.
background, at
Insure a quick and accurate make a Service career attractive serviceman.
"Lulu, you keep talking about X-Ray diagnosis of casualties.The Tickets are priced at $1.00, tax
but most of them Your exchange service is
diamonds, diamonds, diamonds. machine is also equippedwith ; included, with half of the pried! of
What's the matter with you?" a high-speed developer, strongly and understandably a privilege, not a right. Useit each ticket going to the Navy

"I dunno. Guess I've got rocksin which produces finished film in object to any practice i but don't abuse it. Wives' Club, which is sponsoring
my head." 60 seconds. I the station sale of tickets. _



1 Passage Of UMT To Tie Nation's Youth To Eight-Year Obligation I



Providing Congress approves, call men from currently about pea red in the training plan out- 1! The first eight weeks of the His pay will consist of $30,00
universal military training will the 20-year group, 18 year olds lined in detail by the commis- UMT program of the Marine: a month, with additional allowances -
go into effect about July 1, will be called, about 60,000 a sion, but the objective of all the Corps, which follows more closely I for dependents. He will
with 5,000 men reporting to the year, from the approximately services' programs is to: 1 to the regular establishmentthan be entitled to dental and medi-
Navy, Army, Air Force and Ma- 80,000 now physically fit under 1. Create an active training the other services, wouldbe cal care and retain certain re-
rine Corps each month. the program proposed by the establishment which would reduce devoted to basic military employment rights to his old
Regardless of whether he is five commissioners. the burden on the fighting training at Parris Island. S. C, job. He will receive $10,000 insurance -
drafted, volunteers, takes UMT, However, until the armed forces should training have to or San Diego, Calif. The remainder by the servicemen's indemnity
or is appointed an officer, ev- forces are cut back, most ell- be expanded in event of mobili- of the 26 weeks would act. If disabled dur-
. M ery man will have to remain in gibles from the 80,000 will haveto za tion. consist of specialist and unit ing training, he'll draw disability

the military service for a min- go into the standing estab- 2. Produce a flow of trainedmen training benefits same as any member of
imum of eight years on activeor lishment, but for the first six into the Guard and Re- the Armed, Forces.
inactive duty. If on active months, until UMT corps reaches serves. Preceding seven weeks of *
, duty when discharged, he must 30,000, 5,000 man calls per 3. Create a pool of trained specialist training, Army's pro- Following the completion of
finish his eight years in the na- month will be mandatory.. men for the filling out of unitsin gram calls for 17 weeks of Individual his months training, the
tional guard or the reserves. tine of need. basic training. To un' trainee may get into one of

I That's the law, if passed. Th percentage, divided among dergo any additional training several programs,. each counting
Under the chairmanship of the/ different branches of serv- Planning additional training would count against the post- I towards his obligated reserve

James W. Wadsworth, a former ice, for the' 60,000 a year, cur- centers for trainees, the Navy training obligation of eight time.
New York senator, the five-man rent proposal, and the 800,000 program will provide a basic' years Reserve service. 1. Active duty as a regular.
rtbsis 'ben the indoctrination course for 12 Sixteen weeks of' specialist
National Security Trainin ,trainees"ajcft ,*
Commission laid the plans for? eta r..,. be weeks, including physical fitness will be given by the Air Force, 2. An appointment, if he can
.. six months VMT and sent them? app,- ,' classification, military preceded by eight weeks' basic qualify, for one of the service
to Congress. ? ,\;... 60,000'tit' drill seamanship, and small training. Entry requirementsand academies, like West Point.
.' .p "...4 ,OCO, arms. discharge processing will 3. Some other officer candi-

A second plan, proposed by a:. Second in line of the three take up the remaining 2 of the date program, like college ROTC -
House armed service committee, 'major phrases would be a nine 26 weeks. provided he agrees to accept -
was passed by Congress Oct. 15. e weeks "elementary specialized The trainees will not be con- a commission.
This plan would take over where ,' y sfsil8 .instruction in a specific activ- sidered a member of the Armed 4. An approved maritime
the UMT bill leaves off revamping Uii i.t The final phase of four Forces. He will go into the academy, provided he agrees to
the reserves,' uttJn&t: 1. would the on-the-Joto National Security Training accept a reserve commission in
tip ready, stand-by retired cate} :de 'J g; with the bulk of tiain- Corps and wear the uniform of one of the Armed Forces.
I'OJ'iE's. i oy V : afloat in naval training the service training him, but 5. A reserve or National

While the ,regular forces wilt; I:;squadrons. with distinct UMT insignia. Guard unit at oms
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A dance will be held Saturday: Center BowlersAirman
night beginning at 2030 with Di
Dufano's Orchestra providing the School Ship's CompanyRed
music. won NATTCenter's Intramural
Bingo will be held tomorrow bowling championship last ,

night with an excellent chance oi : week, beating Airman School
a big: jackpot being won. f. Ship's Company Blue five games
New assistant manager/ of the ) out of six.
club is Arvil Ashley. AMC. from : The two ANP), teams wer
NATTCenter. Jimmy Beech is the ,, champions in the Center's I American

new manager as of Dec. 1, 1J 4 and National leagues. respec
A special meeting was held tively.
Tuesday night to discuss the Blue won its one-game, thirdIn

forthcoming holiday parties. The ,, ", -.n.-. ....'.. .;. ".'" i't' H' the series, by 16 pins. Red'
results will be announced later. !"" i 1-t: ;! 1 pin margins varied from to 163

Dorothy Wolfe YNC of NAS, < ,.. ,1;', ,., .. 1"M s the new club secretary as ol ,., ..... .,;< "I.. < ..,. ',..".", ,, "",-" ) '" ", '. -- ::s.- Dave Sweeney of the Red team.
Dec. 1. .. ,,:,. ,. :,,. j,' :/ Jr';" "" -> ,.;... __ ,.._iiJ;... ._ ._.. He posted high six-game averageof

JNTRA-MURAL TOUCH GRID CIIAl\IPS--An outfit with speed and deception to burif; Naval 169 and high single game of .
Traffic Violations Hospital reigns as king of touch football competition at NAS. The Hospital combine, NAS league 223. ..
winner routed Aviation Electrician School NATTC loop representative 33-7..in the championship Playoff scores:,
Listed below are the traffic violations playoff game last Tuesday. The championship Hospital squad includes, left to right Earl Schnitt- Tuesday Night
committed aboard this: ler, Paul Thomas, Gary Walsh DuPont Smith, Don Bacon, Purcell Cooper, Jim Crum, Harold Hagen Red
station during the period Nov. 19 Ed Gates, Ken Burger and Max McIntyre.Captures Dick Walsh ...._ 154 150 182-484
to Nov. 29: Dave Sweeney 194 146 160-490
Multiple offenses: J. E. Sulli Mac McQueen 136 118 *"-251

van, PNA2-No driver' license;; Coveted All-Station Al Brady ........- 182 155 157-484.
Hospital
illegal operation of car on station Billy Allison 136 147 130-413
; CO for action. Pappy Alther ... .** 145-115

parking It. U ;Luedke no driver's, MNSN license Improper; illegal 804 716 764 i
AE
With Win Over
possession of Fleet sticker; Touch Grid Title SquadNumerous Blue

10 days loss of driving: privilege.A. Mel Gamacbe 137 148 125-410(
I.. Bello, AN-Failed to stop John Kubacki 189 123 171-432
for stop sign; faulty equipment; Naval Hospital's alert, hard-running gridders salted Harry Stevenson 121 137 *"-25*

20 days loss of driving privilege. Bowl Tilts away the All-Station intra-mural touch football champion- Woody Perry 145 139 186-470
Speeding: J. O. Podhorsky, ship with a stinging 33-7 triumph over Aviation Electrician Bud Spitzner 163 ... 174-337

PFC privilege.;-15 days loss of driving Will Scllle IssuesIn School last Tuesday_at_t Mainside greensward. Ed Wrublewskl ... 135 K4-259

L. F. Rheda, AE1; 10 days loss Service Football Representing the NAS Intra er play good for 22 yards. Ches- 755 682 78QWedlW'lMlay
mural league, the Hospital crew
of driving privilege. I forward wall
tore through the Night
(By Armed Forces Press Service) completely shackled and wore to ser '
P. A. Waite, AA; 20 days loss of AE School for 23 yards to the Red
of driving privilege. I Top Army, Navy and Air a frazzle the AE School combine, AE 17 and Polen picked up 12: Dick Walsh 134 137 176-447
> Force teams will meet in Service winners of the NATTCenter intra-
more to the five. Walsh sneaked Al Brady ___ 155 158 163--481
Jax Fails I post- e-BSon bowl games to mural competition.It ovet for the first tally. Walsh Mac McQueen 130 144 161-435
Navy Entry decide football championships. was a decisive win for the tossed to Ken Burger for the extra Billy Allison ._ 149 176 170-495
The second annual Toy Bowl Hospitalmen, who had lost but one point to make it 7-0. Dave Sweeney 124 223 179-523"
In Volleyball Tourney game at Lake Charles, La., features game all year and kept their banner Walsh Stars

Jax Navy's volleyball squad did a meeting between Army flying .high in intra-mural After taking an AE punt, Hospital 692 838 854 v;

not fare too well in defense of its and Navy. Camp folk plays competition.The soon had another 6-poiner Blue
title at St. Petersburg last Saturday championship fray was Walsh, displaying dazzling speed Ed Wrubjfwski\ 116 149 149-414
Bainbridge (Mel.) Naval Station halted with about 26 seconds left and deception behind sensational John Kubacki 136 103 158: -39!)

The locals finished fifth in the Nov. 30 for a doll and toy fund. to play when Aviation School, suffering blocking wended his way 80.yards Mel Gamache 138 115 147-400

St Pete tourney and relinquished Undefeated Ft. Jackson has from Injuries to key per- to pay dirt. It was the longestrun Woody Perry 154 176 157-487
the title to the Miami Fire De challenged Cerswell (Tex.) AFBto sonnel, was unable to field enoughmen from scrimmage in history of Bud Spitzner 144 133 176-453 .
partment. play In the Service Bowl at on the field to carry on. The intra-mural competition here. Earl .-_

Miami YMCA, Florida State Columbia, S. C., Dec. 15. Although medics were ahead 33-7 at the Schnitzler ran over for the extra 688. 675 787

University, and St. Petersburg both teams> Mill have time. point to make it 14-0, with the
YMCA finished second, third and games! scheduled! this game Score Early game but five minutes old.
fourth, respectively. probably will decide' the national Displaying a brand of ball very Hospital took advantage of an AO School Takes I
Sen-ice football championship. seldom seen in touch football com-
AE fumble following the kickoff
J petition, the Hospitalmen tallied to the oval toward dirt NATfCenterVolleyball I
Center Issues Call move pay E
three times in the first half and
Make Aerial Bombs again. Crumm recovered for the '
two times in the second half
more medics on the AE 40. Set back Title
For WeightLiftersPhysical Washington (AFPS)-The Ar- AE School chalked up its lone
several times as a result of pen-
has contract with marker in the first half.
a
my signed
mad
officials at alties, Hospital steadily moved Superior spiking power
training the Universal Match Co. The die cast in the few
wherebythat was .
the difference favored Aviation
NATTCenter have Issued a call downfield with devastating pres big as
organization will take over seconds of the fray when Hos
climaxed the Ordnanceman School
sure. Sam Chesser sweptNATTCcnter's
for men interested in weightlifting -
operation of the Longhorn Ord- pital's Gary Walsh on the first
from the volleyball fntra- J
f' to contact coach Ronald J. hard drive, going over
Ayers In the weight room at the nance Works, Marshall, Tex., to play of the game, tossed a neat five. The conversion was blocked mural play, with tight victories i
Center produce aerial bombs. aerial to Sam Chesser on a sleep- and Hospital led 20-0. and no defeats. I
gym.Ayers
\ti a student in Airman The NATTC representativesscored Runner-up was Aircraft Maintenance I
turn out state few minutes later for with a 5-2 record.
School, helped a Claude Thornhill To a I
champion and two runners-up in Play their first and only tally. Red Final Standing
California's AAU tourneys during Parlato took the kickoff and re- W L, ? .

three years' coaching at Freddy turned to the 35. 'Len Lublnskl AO School ....??.?._-,....?.__.. 8 0
I' Lowe's gym in Los Angeles and took to, the air in an effort to Aircraft Maintenance ....... :5 2
Bob Hannah's gym in Englewood. For 4 Dances Next Week bring his AE crew back. AC ANP) Ship's Company .._.. 2 4,

Additional facilities are plannedfor School marched downfield to the Personnel ............?.-...?.. .. 1 5
i the Center's weight room and seven-yard line from where Lu- Supply............. ............ .,.. ..f 1 6'\
Thornhill his and Jim Haaskat for .
a weightlifting tournament is Claude piano binski tossed to I
a scheduled for next month. his orchestra, will spend a four- composer-arranger and pianistpar the TD. Lubinskl tossed to Ed II I
day engagement aboard the Naval excellence. His hauntingly Larsen for the extra point to Recalled Sea Queen
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Air Station Monday, Dec. 10. beautiful theme song, "Snowfall, make it 20-7 as the half ended.
ii he will at the introduces all three of the maestro's Run
Monday play Set back from another series of Malting Diaper
talents simultaneously.
NATTCenter Auditorium for acrew's Thornhill has a big advantageover penalties, Hospital found itself 'For JEiiCom Families
dance, Tuesday at Mainside: back on its own 25 as the second
bandleaders in
most
Auditorium be at the, his Officers'third appearancewill Club, and being able popular to combine a classical half got underway. New York (\FPS-Onc of the

I Thursday he will play for the background with the current trendof Injuries Hurt AK United States' largest passenger
NARTU dance.A popular music. The richly col- Tempers and injuries: mountedas ships, the :20,000-ton:: S3 Wash-

child prodigy, Claude organized ored band arrangements are all the secod half progressed. The ington, has gone into service with
written this versatile band the :Military Sea Transportation
his first orchestra of eight by Electricians moved the 'ball to
pieces at the tender of six to leader. Service
play at the ice cream age socials and A tall, green-eyed beauty, Chris- midfield, only to tumble, Al Gates The one-time luxury liner I*

oyster suppers in his hometownof ty Conner, is the featured vocal- recovering for Hospital. The med- being used to transport filial lien

. Terre Haute. ist. Her full-throated renditionsof ics were on the move again, this of Servicemen on duty In Eu
balladsare At present, several thou.
jump tunes and smooth rope.
r nr 4 time to the AE 25, from where
lie studied concert piano at the always easy on the ears. She sand dependent are awaiting
Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati was with the Snowflakes and doing ace Walsh tossed to Ken Burgerin transportation overseas.On .
+ Ltc VF 1fOMC and then graduated to a solo vocals when Thornhillcut the end zone for Hospital's her first run with the Navy,
fKSaV l / dance band in a speak-easy. From his hit Victor album "Invita fourth tally. Walsh's pass to Ha- the Washington carried 1,100 dependents
t; "I don't care who you are there he enrolled at the Curtis tion to Dance." gen was good for the extra pointas 600 of whom were
;r you only get six days for Institute, where his arranging tal- -""" ,- ": the count rose to 277. children under 12 years of age.

Christmas I" ent came into prominence. p r.' '- .' :Mel Polen kept Hospital's high- Because of the latter, the dependent '"
bandin : attack in with run is referred to in MSTS '
his a
Before forming own ; powered gear
Call From Red Cross January, 1940, he was arrangerfor 50-yard sneak through center near circles as the "diaper. run." .
Hal Kemp, Benny Goodman, the tall .end of the final half. The Navy operated the Washington
r .No Always Bad News Jing Crosby and others. In October Walsh's kick was wide with the during WWII. Under the

" Dale E. McKasson, AA, was 1942 at the height of his score remaining 33-7, which Is the name USS Mount ,Vernon Jw
quite apprehensive when he was career, Claude left to enlist in way it ended. transported thousands of troojNt
called to the Red Cross last i the U. S. Navy as. an apprentice With but 26 seconds left to play, to the combat area of tli*
Monday. But he found a huge i seaman. Ills abilities were put to lack of enough players to 'carryon South Pacific and the Atlantic.
birthday cake awaiting him in. I good use, for he took over the forced AE School to discontinue The liner was built in 1933 by,
stead of the expected bad news. : Davy's musical aggregation, the further play. the New York Shipbuilding Co.*
His mother, living in San > Camden, N. J. _
I Rangers, when Artie Shaw was Score By IIaI"f.\IIJ .
x Diego, didn't want his nine transferred.. Hospital >X wv-Uay > % JSAE I

4 teenth birthday-first one away (..C.: MIJ .Mayors Study Problems .,
from home-to go unacknowl He U a triple-threat man being '", 1l ll..tJ{t1.t'Ji...' ,"
edged. She contacted the Red !.1' ,M1Pas "'" >Of The U. S. Military

Cross in Jacksonville and they t: t 1M".t'Fin :: ... *. Washington (AFPS) Mayo
Weather Outlook !
purchased the cake for Dale. To
y of about 80 major U. S. cities participated
make the event even more me- It's and then ,k .' '{aCbT ( civilian orientation
going to warm up p ....... In a :
morable, it was presented by cool off this weekend accordingto r;::......:', \ ; conference here recently. After

two lovely young ladies repre the NAS Aerology office: .... .82 visiting the Defense Department
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the Jan Red Cross office. .,
senting '
Friday-Fair and warmer. I' study the military etaMW
and its problems, they ww
Dale Is attending Aviation Saturday-Fair and warmer.SundayScattered'showers jat
ken OIl a'tour .f Service liwtol.J -
and
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Loop Battle Winners ForBowling Fliers Start Fast





League TitleNAS bowling cham- With 2 StraightJax


pions, Fleet Air Wing Eleven and

. NATTC League winners, AN (P) Navy's Fliers swept to their second triumph in as

School battling Ship's Company for the all-station are presently many starts with a 79-47 thumping of MacDill Air Force

fntra-mural bowling crown. The I Base at Tampa Tuesday night. '

two clubs are deciding the issueIn Mutt Pasco paced the scoring
the best five-out-of-nine series.WAVES parade for the Fliers with 18 around teamwork effort that
I I markers, followed by Bob Grabaz : spelled victory for the Fliers. Patrick -

/L with 16 and Bob Rhinehart with hardwoodmen held a slim
Enter ri 12 tallies. The Fliers have posted 15-14 lead as the first quarter

151 points in their first two frays. ended but Jax Navy surged intoa
Coach McCaffrey's crew returnsto 31-19 lead at the halt

Jax City LeagueCompetition the home court Friday nightto Jax F G TP

entertain the Charleston At- Rhinehart 2 2 6
Q .xC lantic Reserve Fleet at 2015. The Carroll 5 3 ]11
Jax WAVES battles the Charleston Duffy 0 0 -0
WAVES in the prelim at Kloss 0 0 0
Jax Navy's WAVES' 1951-52 1900. Weisel 1 0 J

rage combine has entered Girls' The Fliers are on the road for Sehringer 1 -.3 1
City Basketball League competition. two trips, Dec. 11 at Patrick and Zebos 1 0 1

S Dec. 12 at Rollins College, before Duncley 1 1 3
The WAVES launched their Returning Dec. 14 to play the Grabaz 2 8 18

season last night against Pepsi- Florida Freshmen.Jax Voyles 8 1 10

- Cola In the Jackson High gym. As Navv-'s Fliers made theirseason's Pasco 6 5 16
members of the Girls' City Bas -
hardwood inaugural: an .23 26 72
ketball League theV play six gamesIn auspicious one last Friday, witha Patrick F n TP
the first half. All games will be 72-42 rout of Patrick Air Force Miller 1 4 9

played In the Jackson High gym. .r Base's Eagles.Paced Ridenour 1 2 5 ,

In their next fray, the WAVES by Bob Grabaz, who Jacobson 1 ti 13
meet Southern Bell, Dec. 10. dropped in eight shots from the Black 0 1 2

15 On Squad floor and two free throws for a Baer 0 1 2
/ With much practice and one FREE BAIL-lax Navy's "Snake" Sehringer (left) leaps for total of 18 points, the Fliers start- Reusch 1 0 1 ,
scrimmage game under their belts, rebound under his own basket as Patrick's Bill Jacobson gives ed slow but picked up steam late Holland 0 0 0
the WAVES prospects look prom- him a battle for the oval in action during the Fliers'-Patrick fra- in the second period and pulled Hammes 0 0 0

ising. In their one scrimmage, cas here last Friday. On the right is Jax Navy's Ward Weisel. The away by a substantial margin in Hartman 0 0 0
Pepsi Cola topped the WAVES, Fliers clipped the Patrickmen 72-42 in their season's opener. the second half. Holman 2 2 6

29-12. Mutt Pasco chucked in 16 Ruff 2 1 4

The squad has 15 players, nine Cecil Field Host To Jax NavyIn markers for the Fliers, while Ja- Cree 0 0 0
from NATTC and
from NASrflve cobson was high for the Eagles -
one Reserve from Jax. They include with 13.The 8 17 42Jayvees

forwards, Lucy Josey, Willie Initial Mitt Show Dec. 10 backboards were controlledby I
Foster Bittner Millie
Joyce the Jax men throughout, even
Moyer, Ruth Richardson, Annie Another first in Cecil Field without the services of big Steve Cop
Winn, Betty Hay, and guards, will be recorded bout, a 4-man combo from Main- Zebos, who is out with a leg$ in
I Lucy May Knox, .Shirley DeLa- sports history night at 2000 in side and a professional master of jury. Snake Sehringer was placedm
next
Monday
I vergne, Joann Windish, Cathrine 14 when bard hitting fis- ceremonies who will preside over the pivot slot in place of Ze- Initial City

Traurig, Eva Buenger, Suzanne Hangar from the Cecil Field the festivities.In bos and played well on defense as
tic
Kruger, Dona Albrecht and Joan command specialists tangle with topnotch the Swedish bell-ringer fray well as tallying: seven points.

Loisel. fighters of the Mainside Jax Navy four men are blindfolded and with A sharp-passing attack led by Loop FracasJax
Meet Other Foes bells attached to their trunks are Pasco, coupled with ,the marks-
j Coaching is in the hands of Mrs. squad. i set !loose in the ring. Each fighteris manship of Grabaz led to an all- Navy's Junior Varsity went
first
Ruby Clark, while Lavaun EckelsIs :Monday night's event is the
equipped with 16-ounce glovesso on a scoring to smother
$ rampage
Probable start- boxing smoker ever to be held at
team manager. no serious damage is inflictedas Great Southern, 87-54, in its
Cecil Field. Eight bouts have been
ing line-up includes: Willie Foster, 'BreaktheBank'Continues
in
they swing wildly the direc- Men's City Basketball League
carded for the evening featuringsuch
Joyce Bittner and Annie Winn at
tion of the sound of the bells. debut Tuesday night
forward a nd Lucy Mae Knox, performers as clever ring
Shirley DeLaveigne and Eva veteran Pat Agar, batamwelght Keen Action Seen DailyThe Displaying a terrific fast-break

,, Buenger at guard.In from VF-14, and the Smith twins, No championship will be decl- with clever ball handling, the
addition to league games, the Kenny and Floyd, from NATTC cided at the smoker; however, each bowling "BreaktheBank"contest Jaycees had an easy time of it
and winner will receive a suitable for their second straight: win.
In light heavyweight light-
WAVES will several service
play which has been running
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bouts. trophy in recognition of his skill. Frank Sipes led the scorers with
teams. They met the Charleston weight For the Jax Navy squad the previously only on week-ends will 19 points, with Chuck Boligar
WAVES at 1900 in the prelim of Plenty of TalentIn now be a daily feature at the adding '16, and Don Laswcll, 13.
the Fliers-Charleston fiay. Tentative addition to Agar and the smoker will serve as a warmup Mainside bowling alleys. The Jayvees led all the way,
I plans have been made for Smith brothers the Jax Navy for their scheduled match with
enter the
I panics with Keesler AFB, Pensa- squad will include Jerry Deley and Pensacola Navy in NA TIC audi- Anyone wishing to In a scrimmage game last week
contest has only to lay down a that preceded the Fllers-Fatrkk
torium Dec. 13.
cola Navy and Eglin AFB. Paul Taylor, both middleweightsfrom
dime before bowling and his ecoiewill tilt, the Jayvees defeated Down-
Officials the smoker
WAVES First Half Slate VP-861, Jocko Jantzke, top arranging
be entered in the contest. Athletic Club of the Commercial
ing
Dec. 5 i--Pepsi Cola.10Southern lightweight who is attached to the assured all potential spectator that -
The jackpot, if not claimed bya League 67-29. Watson Allen
Hangar 14 which houses Fasron
,
Bell NAS boat house, and Jacky Carpenter -
9, will be cleared and heated so 250-or-over bowler, will concludeon was high man with 12 points and
14-St. Lukes lightweight, and Bob Harris -
Dec. 23, with the col- teammate Don Laswell
money came
that ample and comfortable seat-
17-Gulf Life. welterweight from NATTC.No .
ing space will be available. lected to be split between the through with 11 for the local
Jan. 7-Great Southern.
smoker, the affair
9McMichaela.Lyons ordinary For convenience of Mainside three top keglers.Joe Jayvees.
besides the
will feature boxing
I Swedish personnel who wish to see the Crevar of Fleet Air Wing Tuesday the Jayvees take on
matches, a bell-ringer fights a'bus will leave Mainside Eleven captured top prize in the VF-13 at the JacKson gym in their

Annexes Class 10-B Snares Gym at 1815: for Cecil Field, re- last "Break-the-Bank" with a 234 second game of the season in a

turning approximately 2330. high tally.Quiz city loop fray.

AN School Touch Title The squad has been pared to 12 "\
Final Weekly men. The varsity and JV team
Class 10-B of NA'ITCenter'sAirman members may be switched aroundas
School won the school's Weekly Sports Resumes: the season progresses, accord-
Football touch football cham-
SpecialLtjg intercompany ing to reports."
pionship last week with a recordof
( ) Vincent Lyons of Fas 19 wins, two losses and one tie. Three Prizes Given Awayto Men comprising the squad at
this date include Joe Law, Chuck
ron 109; was declared winner of
Each player was awarded a
Boligar, Don Laswell, Watson
the final Football Special last gold football and Company Com The weekly Sports Quiz, one pass off the answer if they Allen, Frank Sipes, Frank Digesu,
week in a close race. This is his mander George Breen, BM1, re- of the Jax Air News' most know it. Bud Joe .
Gallagher, Jerry High,
.. third visit to the winners box- ceived a trophy cup for the com popular features, returns this The top three prizes go to Carter, Joe Duffy, Dick Herd-
twice as first place winner and pany. week with the conclusion. of the the first three persons callingin ricks and Jack Strickler.All .
. one as third.Lt. Runner-up in inter-company Football Special. the correct answers to the
Lyons tied with Billy competition was Class llA1th The ,same prizes that have Jax Air News, extensions 8184 City League games in the

Tucker, TD2, from Ground an 8-3-1 record. W C. Hurst, BM1, been going to winners of Foot- and 216. No answers will be first half schedule will be playedon
Training and David Krupsaw, Is company commander. ball Special will be given to accepted prior to 0900 each Fri- the Jackson court and will

AN, from' Fasron 109-each the three top winners of the day, the day after publication. start at 2000.

missing only three. His score Tickets For High School Sports Quiz. First prize-,is a ]First Half JV Slate

prediction of 21.13 for the (3.00 cash award, through the As Up to sports fans-it .Dec.Great Southern Tank.

Army-Navy game gave him first Benefit Game On Sale courtesy of Special Services de- will pay to try to call as late as ing Co.

place honors. Final score was Tickets for the Meninak Chari partment; second prize is a Monday, for the three answers 11VF13.13Towers.
Navy over Army 42-7. Hardware.Jan. .
case of soft drinks from the not have been delivered,
Tucker's score prediction game between Lee drinks may 3-R. C. Motor Lines.!
high soft
Navy Exchange the
of Jacksonville and East as was cause previously.
,... .' brought him second prize and High of Knoxville, Tenn.. are counter, and third prize will bea Answers will be accepted until 4 NAAS Cecil Field.
took third
Krupsaw place. meal chit to the civilian cafe 10-NAAS Mayport.
1600 .
This last contest close now on sale at the Jax Air News; Monday.The
was a .
teria. I
Public Information Office, room contest is open to all
:race, with six contestants send- The Navy has allowed Tony
111, Main Administration build- personnel, military and civilian,
ing In entries with only four for the
Trabert to train
ing, and NATTC Public Information In fairness to others, a new with the exception of Jax Air time off
misses and 20 entries of five December.
in
U. S. Davis bid
office, building 500. rule is being imposed. Persons News staff members and those Cup
misses. The remaining prognosticators Ducats for the fray, which is who have won two contests affiliated with the Jax Air For a while it looked bad for the

missed as many as slated Friday night. at 2000 at the within the space of one year, News. Americans, with Trabert in the
eleven. Service and Bill Talbert out of
Gator Bowl sell for $1.50.in will be declared ineligible. Also, Here' the first question:
Thus Lt. Lyons is awardedthe tennis entirely. When Ted Schroe-
those who are declared ineligible In what *f">rt I I..* "troatoa"used
$3.00 cash, award, Tucker drinks stand, and Krupsaw der and Herb Flam refused late
must be their honor not :
receives a case of soft drinks gets a meal chit to the Civilian, on invitations to'play, the Navy act
from the Nary Exchange drive- Cafeteria ed.



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(Items feting for sale at'U-
des of property such as washing :
machines, automobiles, furnitur
radios, clothing and the like I is Ca otLxC j .
} prohibited by Defense Deparl V Billy Harkins, AOC, transferredthis
ment regulations. This column week from the Transportation
will, however, list such services as r Division to Ordnance & Gun-
available housing rides wanted, nery Replacing him is Lewis E.
lost and found aitlcles, and other See, CDC, who reported in recently -
similar notices). I .

FOR KENT .. Tom Andreu returned Monday
from his hunting trip without the
2-sleeping rms., 2318 Park' St Abe deer: It's reported, however, that
Martin, Ph. 8-0712. I he did kill one squirrel. There were .
Furn. 4-rm. house, 1508 Avondal no deer but Tom said there wasa
Mrs. Roland. dear in Sylvia's Bar that he'd
Single &. dble. ims, $30 & $40 per like to kill time with.
mo., 1012 Dancy St., Mrs, Ma>.
Louise Bragg is still having to
jorie Fouraker, Ph. 8-5166. ..
I eat grits soft eggs and cream of
Bdrm. & kit priv., $15 per wk wheat, due to her recent tonsillec-
Mrs. LeGrand, Ph. 27216.
tomy. And speaking of having a
Furn rm, Mis M. Clark, Pi, tonsllectomy, Ronald Brogden of

76249. I Contract is still recuperating from
Furn 2-bdrm. apt., Jax Beach, Of; 7 raa'
t his and says he is too old for such
fenberg.; Ph. 5-4295 Jax Beach,
a juvenile operation.
2rm. furn apt., Mrs. Grover, Ft .
2-4275 Ethel Huffman Job Order

Furn. 2 rms., 1437 Belvedere Ave, GET TilE PUMP FELLAS-John W. Carson assistant Industrial Relations officer who recently I chipper Clerk, returned'Monday to morning work feeling after
Avondale, Ramelle Doughertj; is still doing
completed 41 years of combined active military and civilian Naval service having been on leave.
Ph. 2-6926. his part for the Armed Forces. That fact was demonstrated last Friday when he contributed a pintof
1bdrm. furn. apt., 4503 Ortega blood to the Armed Forces Blood Bank. Upon Carson's return from the Blood Center the above David Dicks, head of Reproduction
Farms Blvd., Mrs. Richard. reception was arranged by members of his staff. In the photo above, with flowers, fountain of Unit, is resigning this week
)'urn. 3-rm. apt., 444 East Secon< youth water and tiger: blood, Carson receives attention from some of the people in on the "gag." to go into private business He '
St.. Mrs. Mayer, Ph. 8-4929 or They are, left to right: Alfred Szarmanskl. an old-time Navy shipmate and long-time NAS asso- takes with him our best wishes
5-9324 after 1900. ciate of Carson's; Fire Chief Don Moran, with his resuscitator; Carson on cot, who obligingly went for continued success
3-rm apt., 4502: Irvington, Mrs Clon with the "gag," and Susan B, Oehler who offered her consolation. We bid farewell this week to
Carney, Ph. 8-6168 or ext. 8744 Carson, in a statement to employees of his department, urged all who could, to contribute to Louise Ferebee, Secretary for
}'urn. rm, 2580:> Riverside Ave., this worthwhile cause while assuring everyone that there was nothing to it. (P. S. The Armed Comdr. Mersereau, Construction
Mrs. Wills, Ph 8-3276. I Forces Blood Center wishes it made known that all blood donors do not receive such attention). officer. Louise and hubby John
l Furn 2-rm. apt., 1511 Barrs St, who has just been released from
also furn. sleeping rim, Mrs the Navy, are returning to their
r Spurgeon, Ph. 8-2407. home'in Washington, D. C., where ,
Furn. rm, 2503 Dellwood, Mrs. Breezing John once more will be known as
Bowden, Ph. 7-5626. Ov R I Y "Mr." Louise, who has only been
Furn. garage apt., $12 per wk, vlJi'h Iii 5t here since May, has made many I
Murray Hill, Mrs. Doris Bryant Around 1111 friends in Public'Vorks' as well II
I Furn. apt., Murray Hill, Mrs Cas t ,, as on the station. We wish the ,
son, Ph. 2-3389. \ Ferebees, John, Louise and son, '
j Will share home, $25 per mo., Mrs Inspection Item I '" '" '" I' Renewing old acquaintances in Spence, lots of luck and good for- "
W. C. Parrish, 2937 Algonquin I Challenge To Blood Donor I Jess A Marable, Inspection Division 'Supply Department this week is tune as they leave Jacksonville. i
Ave. Many have heeded their, country'scall supervisor of Process and Rosemary Carrano, daughter of Don't forget the big Christmas
Furn, 3-rm. apt., 5356 Kingsburj! Accessories is having his trou- I Ray Robinson of South Area, visIting Dance, Dec. 21, at Post 88, on the
Ave., Mr Simmons, Ph. 2-2341 To serve at home or abroad what- bles, too. The "big wheel" has in Jacksonville while hus- South Side. Tickets are now on
after 1730. e'er befall; reached out for Chief Durwood band Andy, AMI, is on temporaryduty sale at $1.50 per couple, includingtax
Single rm, 2836 Post, France They are giving their life's blood M. Wooldridge, who has been with at NAS Miami. and you'll have $150 worth of
,j Theus, Ph. 2-4261. unselfishlyThat Inspection for '28 months, and We're sorry to report Alice'Sal- fun!
} urn. rms., Orange Park, Maria we might enjoy privileges of taking him for sea duty. Jess, all yard of Stock Control on the hos- .
Cord, Ph. 112-8-2041. freedom unstinting summer, has been planning to go pital list New home owners Re-Enact Battle Scene
FOR SALE home to the hills of East Tennessee are Louise Wright of Household i
} $3200 equity in 33-ft. trailer foi Can we do less than donate our for the holidays. Yesterday, Effects and husband Burl of Sta- Baltimore, Md. (AFPSAn) estimated -
same in furn. or unfuin. house blood for them, his young son, you guessed it, tion Fire Department, who moved '30,000 people recently ,wit
Lot 97, Azalea Trailer Park, As an expression of our gratitudeto came down with the mumps. Mar- Into Lakeshore Terrace recently, nessed Baltimore's annual reenactment -
j Roosevelt Blvd., S. W. Shook. these brave men ? able says from now on his mottois and Doris and Jay Ellis of Third of the bombardment of
Equity in 3-bdrm. concrete blockhouse It costs us very little to support "you can't win for losing"The Deck, who will live in Ortega Ft. McHenry. The ceremonies
garage, $1500:> 1237 Rens- such a cause, green mist floating in the Terrace. marked the 137th anniversary of I
I selear. B. H. Hendrix, Ph. 8' Let'a do our part-accept challenge Main Inspection Office is "envy"of Sensation! of Supply Is the long- the War of 1812 battle during
1030. without pause. Mrs. Lucille Crow ell, who has stemmed pipe of Donald Traer. which Francis Scott Key composed -
1950; Spartan Royal Mansion, 33- Lillian F. Wolfe. Just returned from a long week A new aunt is Phoebe Liebtag, "The Star-Spangled Banner
11 ft., all aluminum; sell equity 01 Inspection Group personnel felt end spent at the ritzy Sherry whose brother became the fatherof ." ,
cash. Lot 103, Azalea Trailei mighty low a few days ago when Fiontenae Hotel, Miami Beach an 8}.-pound daughter In Fer- ----- I
,": Park; contact S. S. Tamburc Lcdr. Frederick C. Kldd was Rumor says that Crowell can sit nandina last week tory Branch, visited the office the I
I' after 1700. transferred to assume the dutiesof back and relax again as all the Fleet Service Unit personnelwill other day N. M.: Cole of Inspection -
2-bdrm. unfurn. house, 4710 Cardinal Personnel and Administrative millionaires had gone back North, have a dance at Florida has been on an extended
t Blvd., Lake Shore, Lt Kos- Officer of 0&R. He was doing East and West. Tackle and Gun Club Tuesday hunting trip A recent visitorto
tik, ext 460. such a good job in Inspection. All We sympathize with Irving B night, December 11th; playing Third Deck was Kathleen Jones, .
20-ft. 1947 house trailer, Empire were made happy again when in- Hanna over the loss of his brother clarinet with his band at the patty formerly of Procurement, who introduced
State Trailer Park, Orange formed that Lcdr. Robert H. The- M/Sgt W. H. Hanna, of the Air will be Sy Sirchuk, O&R representative her new son to her former -
Park, Brooman, Box 212, Orange len would take over. Lcdr. Thelenhas Force, who died from Injuries received in Supply. I co-workers '
4 Park.Aluminum been assistant Inspection of- in an automobile accident Prances Iawson, R&O, became Supply's basketball team had 22 I'
ficer for the past few months and '* 'M '* I
travelite house
2-rm. Mrs. Walter Swearingen In a candidates out for the first practice I
'(:' trailer $1200, 2 yrs. old..Lt.jg( ) Inspection personnel have a real PersonnelAdministrativeThe ceremony at All Saints Episcopal I Returning from last season's
Kissick, Lot 13, Azalea Trailei warm spot in their hearts for O.UJ: Dispensary is in the Church Saturday. The two young squad are Hank Doebler, Johnny

Park. him.Inspection Group is looking' headlines this week, Ruth Munden, sons of Martin Offenbeig, InvenThe I Rouse and R M, Martin. i I
MISCELLANEOUS ----- ----
j wanted Cassetl around for some more lumber to Nurse, has recently been elected
Riders -vicinity Awards And Incentive
Program 1
President of District No. 2 of the
the "new bench.
Ave., Murray Hill, Edgewood & lengthen pappy"
Our addition this week is Chief P. Florida State Nurses Association.
Lake Shore 0830-1600, D. P !
Traer, ext. 8213. E. Barrow, proudly announcingthe Marion O. Williams, HN2, is now Now Giving 'Efficiency' Awards .1
Wanted-Navy man to assist ir arrival of his son "Roy Lee," on leave helping the "little wom-
driving to Galveston, Texas... who arrived Nov. 16 an1" while getting acquainted withtheir
Will leave Dec. 8, return Dec, That shaking and trembling of new arrival, Bruce, a 71. 1 For Employee Accomplishments j j
15. Contact Dr. B. J. McCloskey,,, the Flight Test Hangar is not an pounder who arrived Nov. 23. ,
2720 Park St., Ph. 2-6108. earthquake, it's Louis J. Brown, We'll all be waiting for the candy Department of the Navy t
Riders wanted to Denver, Chey'enne Flight Test Inspection ,division and cigars. has added another first to its long local Committee on Awards and I i'
& Dallas. Leaving Dec. 11,,, supervisor, who is bowed down Mary Smith, Clerk Typist, said record of achievements when an I are forwarded to the Navy Efficiency I I I
G. W. Black, ext. 8270. with worry and sobbing with woe farewell Friday as the left O&R, award under Title X of Public Awards Committee for I
Riders to Pittsburgh. Leaving Dec, because Chiefs Paul V.. Moon, "J" Jax, by transfer to Eglin Field to Law 429 was made to a groupof further recommendation and approval I'
21, returning Dec. 31. 'Mrs. West,,, Berry Roach, Edward S. Maslankaand join her husband .' Virginia employees at the Naval Supply thence to the Secretary of
ext. 8532. Zachariah L. Griffin, AT2, Cummings, Clerk Typist, a new- Depot, Oakland, California, on the Navy and to the Departmentof
Riders wanted-Southside and are sweating out their orders. comer to O&R, will replace Mary.AIRLIFTING Nov 14Title Defense for final approval. '

Riverside, 0800-1630, Eddy King,,, .. X of Public Law 429 of *
ext 582. th( 81st Congress authorizes the Ihe award at the Naval Supply I'

Riders wanted-Murray Hill, vicinity "J granting of individual awards and Depot, Oakland, California, was ..
of Edgewood & Post,,, q2 ::.x'1 group awards either cash or by made to 62 employees with a total a
0800-1630, Mrs. Lewis, ext 8372 I ;i"- salary Increases of up to three award of $3,155.13 In ranges from 1
Baby Sitter-Janelle Schultz, ext, steps for suggestion or other per- $1300:: to $37500 to each individual -
8326. sonnel accomplishments that re- based on his contribution towards I.
Riders wanted--Leaving Dec. 26 sults In demonstrable dollar savings the achievement of this
for Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Call award The award was based on !
Clarence Liebscher, 'xt. 8335. o : ; Title X Is a part of the Navy's increased efficiency of the unit
PERSONAL the thief that y Awards and Incentive Programand and was highly documented to
loaned me a fountain pen last ? aa..x is termed under the Program prove that the unit was operatingat
;" pay day in NATTC pay line will f as Efficiency Awards. At the a higher increased efficiency
call Chief Bradstreet at Ext C4 present time this award is confined over the previous years;
8542, 1 will\ be glad to return to graded employees under On this basis it was' estimated
same the Classification Act of 1941 and and documented that this Increased
i I can be made for an achievement efficiency would result in a savings -
New Gyro Compass N which has proven itself in efficiency of $155,000.00 to the Naval
-I- ', and economy since October Supply Depot at Oakland, Cali.

Weighs 67 Pounds 28, 1949 fornla, and to the Navy Depart
*' ment. This increased efficiencywas
AFPS A a
Wellington ( ) new
67 Any award made under this a result of the Wotk Measure
weighing only
j gyro compass been developed for Program must be accounted for In ment Program.It .
pounds has savings by appropriation savings, is understood that the Da-
The WWII com-
the Army. gyro
pas hit the scale at 550 pounds. A TRACTOR-This giant "Clobemaster 11", Increased output at the same cost, partment of Defense has been Congressional instrumental .
The new compass is designed to I flying: the Korean airlift as part of the 315th Air Division (Combat or application of resources to some in consideration getting future for including
ii operate in temperatures ranging Cargo), airlifts an 18-ton AI-1 artillery tractor to Korea. The other work. under ..
130degrees off-loaded through the Globemaster's clamshell Recommendations for these ungraded employees
from minus 65 degrees to plus heavy vehicle is being ',.
Jahrenheit. doors and extended loading ramp. i i awards are processed through the this plan.




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