Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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There's No Substitute For Your Blood Keep Giving !

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__-.!Headquarters_ of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, "Commandeer N aval Air,Bases' Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 I


Still Needed March Of Dimes ;

7,658 Give I Annnal Polio !


Blood pia Fund Drive

a al

Local CenterA l I Begins Here i j i

pertinent post-holiday
The annual March of Dimes! !
reminder of the continued
appeal for funds in the na- ;

need for J Wood and blood plas- tion's/, fight against polio, j

ma, is made to all hands by which will be continued\ by tho !

Capt. Julius C. Early, head of National Foundation for Infantile -

the Armed Forces Blood Center Paralysis throughout

at NAS Jax. January, is being brought to :
I the station and its attached i
The local center has filled its commands of small
by means
quota ever since the programwas
started in September. During -1xi'i' J containers conveniently placedto

the holidays, when so many l'ecci'C'oluntan'. contribu
personnel were on leave, the regular tions.
scheduling of donors was

somewhat disrupted. This week, }' __.. 'V_ .__.... The "iron containers lungs simulate" important miniature I
however evidence is that the response i
of military and civilian OBSERVE NATTCENTER PROGRESS-Jacksonville Navy commanding: officers and Jacksonville equipment in the fight to restore '
personnel is as ready as ever. Chamber of Commerca members give close attention to a demonstration of advanced instructor to health those attlicted with
To date 7,658 civilian and mili- techniques at NATTCenter. The exhibition was part of the special program held in observance this century's most dreaded disease
tary blood donors have been Tuesday of the first anniversary of the recommissioning of NATTCenter here. In front row, left to All moneys collected go directly
cessed at the Armed Forces Blood pro- right, are, Capt. Lester K. Rice, NATTC commanding; officer; Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, to the Foundation which is
Center aboard the station. Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Jack Kavanaugh, chairman of the naval affairs committee carrying on extensive research
of the Chamber of Commerce. into the.cause and prevention of I
Personnel are reminded that ---- polio. .
despite the cut in quota, the I --I
20,000 Students Graduated'NATTCenter Aid To StrickenNo j
need for blood is still great and '
Picked //si
will remain so for some time to Baby victim of polio ever is de-
prived of care and treatment for
come. Marks First lack of funds regardless of age,
The scheduling from the of persons reoqult'ed 1952 Arrival Al' I race color or religion. The average -
various departments
case costs the Foundation
and commands is listed I
daily in the plan-of-the-day.. i Naval Hospital;' I, about $2,000 per year. All neces- \I

: Of Rebirth
E-3 Exams TakenBy Just one hour and six min- Air Group I I." Srs/ / :

I The first anniversary of the recommissioning of the Naval utes after 1932 had begun, Di"H'S.i"C' Rolling( ;

Record Number Air Technical Training Center passed Tuesday Jan. 7, Mr. Stork delivered his first ; Officers/ and men of Carrier I

with "business as usual" for the Center, and a quiet special bundle at the Naval Hospital Air Group 17 at sea, have set
NAS enlisted who
personnel I II here. an example for other units to
participated in the Pay Grade program for a few invited guests.The I
Debra Elaine Pickett. seven- follow in the current March of
E-3 examination held here on special demonstration I I i which h'is best equipped in' Naval I Ii ,I pound, five-ounce daughter ofPfc. Dimes campaign.. Approaching I
for of
Jan 8, established arranged a ,
Tuesday a group
Donald and Mildred Pickett
100 cent
participation I
visitors the aviation. A total of 16,212 per personnel
record this station representing
new for as holds the honor of being the first of the have already
students were graduated from the group
sonville Chamber of
the since 1948 to
largest group (
take the advancement examination and the Commanding Officers I AN (P) School as of Dec. 31'1 arrival. Pickett is stationed at donated $370.20 to the
Camp LeJeune N. C. fund.
e according to the NAS various Jax Navy commands.Guests 1951. I
Education office who arrived at The AO School has both "A"I Two more girls and two boys Squadrons contributing were
also born Jan. 1.
Three hundred and eleven conducted to one of and "B" courses for the student. i iI were Virginia VF171'f173.. VF-174 VA.
were Gail Howard
I was the second arrival 175 and the staff of Commander

In the "A" School the student
aspirants to the crow bowed NATTCenter's mess halls I her
entrance at
their heads forms I learns basic and advanced ordnance making Carrier Air Group 17.
over exam were served lunch with
they 0601 and weighing in at 6 pounds,
I that will enable him to
early Tuesday morrning. enlisted personnel. After 14-'j She the
ounces. is daughter
does not include personnel attached 'they attended a lecture 'qualify for Third Class Petty of Christopher Howard AN, and : sary aid is provided to victims
to various Fleet units, stration showing the Officer. The "B" course offers I Mrs. Alice Virginia Howard. whenever and wherever they
NATTCenter and other com- educational methods used I ordnance technical instruction Howard is attached to VF-742 'may be stricken.
mands on the station. training instructors of the for Petty Officers with the ratings
now based at Oceana, Va. Servicemen are entitled to full
of Second Class to CPO. AO .
mand *
medical .- and treatment
I car
School has graduated 1,429 this
I Third arrival and first boy was military hos .itals, and their dependents
Seven Fleet Air including 21 officer stu-
CAI'T. LESTER K.'RICE:, year dents. Fred Lee Jackson son of Cpl. El- I ;ztfc similarly aided
manding officer of the mer Jackson of the U. S. Army, wherever they may be living at
t *
| made a short preliminary stationed at Fort Eustis Va and I I the time.
Pilots Garner to the assembled guests and THE: AE; SCHOOL has also the Mrs. Mamie Jackson. Fred tippedthe I>rlv. Voluntary
introduced Lcdr. Edwin C. "A" and-"B" courses for students.In I
scales at six pounds when he
I fin the Training Facilities this school the students in the put in his first appearance at : Owing to the stated policy of
Coveted E's
I I the Foundation which denies acceptance
Lcdr, Griffin explained the I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) I (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) of "any allocation, allotment
chanics of the advanced '
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Navy "EV for excellent performances tor training techniques used : .... .< pro-rata from a share combined or percentage or-
in recei.t aerial the Center and then "'':':: : ::
; .
j'h fund-raising drive", the
@ joint
have competitive been awarded gunnery seven exercises pilots two principles instructors used by who actual -I is3: : Of: .. : March of Dimes the was unable Charity to
benefit through Navy
from three Fleet Air Jack- onstration. tor'I ei
Carnival Fund. It depends entirely
sonville squadrons. In an address to the I
", voluntary
Pacing a trio of sharpshooters Captain Rice pointed out that > .
those who wish
\., from to participate
from Fighter Squadron 44 year of 1931 had been" a \ .
at Cecil Field was Ensign but successful one for the t: in its program.
George Lyne who racked up a ter Much of the success was, I! It is pointed out that incidenceof
perfect score in rocketing stressed, due to the splendid ;. .-' polio has tripled during the
placing every rocket in his of cooperation between the :;: \: ''past four years with the result
racks in the target bulls-eye. of Jacksonville and the Navy. I I that the Foundation is annually
Others from Fighter Squadron faced with an average of 30,000
44 who annexed the "E" IN TilE FIRST year since 1 i cases in contrast to the 10-20
were Ensign John Macy and commissioning, 20,000 t l' a i n thousand cases formerly considered
Ensign Dowst who also normal
Roger men have been graduated .
excelled in the rocket phase. 'the four schools of the
Attack Squadron 15 from I which include the basic
NAS had three representativesin PrepaTatory School A v i a t i : Weather OutlookCloudy

the excellence class. Lt. Lo- I Electrician s Mate, Aviation 4& ,,,,
but balmy weather i*
ren Nelson qualified for the 'nanceman and Aviation
award in both bombing and I keeper Schools I II in store for the weekend, according .
rockets while Ensign Raymond The Airman Preparatory \ s to the NAS Aerologv office.
Demoting' Jr., and Ensign is the only one of its kind in aH Friday Mostly cloudy with
John 'Ashby garnered "E's" in Navy. The Airman School has scattered light shower activity.
rockets. two-prong objective. One is : Surface winds south to gentle
Top ing the competitive firnneJr provide the select trainee I southwesterly. Continued warm
11\1, was Lcdr. Er'Fighter the basic knowledge that is Saturday Scattered to broken
.. i Squad- mon to all aviation YEAR'S FIRST ARRIVAL-Debra Elaine Pickett, first baby low and middle clouds with lightto
rel 443\ 't tore of hits in Hand Tools, Blue Print born at the Naval Hospital here this year, is quite oblivious in gentle westerly to southwest {
the ftio4o.Mr*exercise was far Fire Fighting, Survival, posing for her first picture. Little Debra, who arrived at 0106 Jan. erly winds. Visibility improving; ;
... 1 ftf .the percentage"E" ematics and Physics are 1, is peacefully asleep in the arms of her mother, Airs. :Mildred 8 to 12 miles. Continued warm.
to wiatthe. Second objective js that Pickett. Father of the year's first baby born here is Pfc Donald Sunday-Continued cloudy and
,?trr I. fitting the man to the job 'I Pickett of Camp LeJeune, N. C. warm. Light southwesterly winds.


Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 10 January 1952

Report From' Washington L

\J3 r Reactivate More Naval InstallationsCommission

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville. Fla.

NAS Jacksonville Fifth Marine Helicopter SquadronBy
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer '
Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive Officer ( Armed forces Press Service) ing a threatened yellow fever epidemic there. \,
Lt Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer Two Naval air stations and a technical train- ARS at the request of the Department of
i Fleet Air Jacksonville ing center will be reactivated: by Jan. 15, 1952, State assigned a helicopter and six personnelto
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison .Commander the Navy Department Auxiliary Air Station, help inoculate 1,000 Costa Ricans againstthe
Capt Allen Smith/ Chief of Staff Barin Field Ala.; the Naval Air Station. Kan- disease.
Fleet Air Wine Eleven eohe Bay, T. H., and the Naval Air Technical .

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ___......?._-..._?.......____ ._?.?.?? Commander Training Center, Norman Okla., is due to the The U. S. Naval Medical School Bethesda
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer expanding program of the Navy and Marine Md., has been awarded thE Certificate of Merit
Corps aviation forces. by the Biological Photographic Association for
Naval Air Technical Training Center .
Capt Lester K. Rice ...-..___.,.__......._._ Commanding Officer The Marine its exhibit. "Medical Photography in the U. S. .
Comdr. William A. Hood. _..._.._ ..........._._....... Executive Officer HMR-163 Corps' fifth helicopter transport Navy. This is the second consecutive year that ...
squadron, was commissioned recently the school has been awarded this honor.
Naval Hospital at the Marine Corps Air Facility Santa .
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer Ana Calif., with Col. William D. Koberson; A Contract to work on the development

Capt Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer commanding. an atomic aircraft engine: has been awarded ,
NARTU Pratt & Whitney Aircraft East Hartford
Capt. Easton B. Noble __....__...._..._....._....Commanding Oflcer The Army has announced that all returnees Conn., by the U. S.-Air Force. The U. S. Atomic -, G.1 -
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer from the Far East will be assured one year of Energy Commission is cooperating in the -'

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration duty in the States before they are eligible, for nuclear energy phase of the work.
overseas duty again. Returnees from other
building. Phone 8184
extension overseas commands will be assured six months
Plans to establish landing field for Marine
Editor-Andrew H. Planey: duty in the States. a
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary Bixones JOSN; aviators at the Beaufort County, S. C. airport,
Dave Devroy, SA. Approximately 22 Naval vessels'rotated have been announced by the Navy. The Beau \

The JAX AIR NEWS 1 II fubllsneft vieexiy .t he U. S. Naval Air Station from Far Eastern waters returned to United fort Airport formerly a Naval air station, 'I
Jacksonville, Florida' and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds will be expanded to support aircraft facilities
States the Christmas New
and Year
at no expense to the government and in compliance: with NAVEXOS: P-35, Rev ports-for based at Cherry Point, N. C.
Mov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree of ctiarge at the Naval Air Station the holidays. The movement involved about 9,000 .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field and officers and enlisted men.
the -\h.s.J\! Naval lionj ital. President Truman has awarded a recesS appointment
AIR NEWS I* a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. as Brigadier General to Col. Frank .
The Air Force has authorized flight for
AFPS material appearing in this publication may not without pay '
She written permission I of Armed Force Press Service.I Republication of other ground maintenance and auto-pilot techniciansof Dorn, Army Deputy Chief of Information.
matter, except by service publications Is piohlblted without permission of strategic weather reconnaissance squadronswho During WWII Gen. Dorn served in the China-
accompany aircraft on temporary opera- India-Burma Theatre on Gen. Stillwell's staff.

Sufficient Evidence Needed tions away from their home base. The authori- *
zations hold only for the duration of the project Internship training spaces for 210 recent
medical school graduates will be provided by
Shore Extensions the Army Medical Service beginning July 1,
Duty TougherDue The Navy's Seabees observed their 10th anniversary 1952, the Department of the Army announces.
Dec. 28. The youngest major branchof Sixty members of the group will be commissioned
To More Stringent RulesRepeated the Navy, the Seabees-formerly called the in the Air Force, the others going to
Naval Construction Battalions-were started the Army Medical Corps Reserve. Those accepted .
in 1914 outside continental United States. will take their formal 12-month internship ,
instances where enlisted personnel have asked for an at one of 11 large Army teaching hospitals .

extension of shore duty for humanitarian reasons. after sea duty The Air Rescue Service of the U. S. Air before beginning one year's general media
Force has been publicly commended by the cal duty with their respective Service in the
orders have been received has necessitated
more stringent regulations Costa Rican government for recent aid in halt- United States or overseas. '
regarding hardship delays in transferring personnel, accord

ing to a recent NAS Personnel Officer's Memorandum.It ... :,.... ... ...,....:. eehenllVarrior

must be impressed upon personnel the memorandum states, <: .';tffi3) ; 7 I

that the needs of the service come first. If the needs of the service : Puts' In Twenly

cannot be fitted into personal situations, every consideration will g-

be given requests for extension of shore duty for humanitarian reasons A "Weekend Warrior" attached

providing that sufficient evidence is submitted to show that C to a training squadron at the

excessive hardship would ensue were the transfer directive carried Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
out. t ssC Training Unit has just completed
20 years of service in the Navy
and Naval Air Reserve. Hes
In the future, after a person has been reported as having com Chief Aviation Machinists -. Iate
pleted a tour of shore duty the following action must be taken in Terrell C. Coleman of Jackson
requesting an extension of shore duty for humanitarian reasons. ville. ,

1. special request for delay of execution of his sea duty In civilian life Chief Coleman
orders will be submitted to his division officer as soon 0r is a patrolman on the Jackson-

as possible. +. ville Police Force but on one
2. Immediately thereafter he will obtain sworn affidavits week-end each month he is the
from two disinterested parties that will substantiate his Leading Chief of Fleet Air Serv-
statements as set forth in his special request. ice Squadron 741 at Jacksonville
3. Division officer concerned will then discuss the situation
Joins In 1931
with the individual with a view to alleviate the conditions
giving confirmation of facts, probable duration of Coleman first joined the Navy I.
delay, and recommended action. in 1931 and served a tour of active ,
duty. At the
4. This special request accompanied- the affidavits will his active duty he completion was discharged of I 4
then be forwarded to the Personnel officer for action. and enlisted in .
the Naval Re I
serve. At the beginning of World
All this positive action must be completed as quickly as possible War II Chief Coleman returned .
after situations develop in the case of men reported on the Shore to active duty. .

Duty Survey.All Plank Owner

requests for extension of shore duty for humanitarian reasons ---, Following his release to inactive

must clear through Division Officers, the memorandum stress COMPLETE BOOT TRAINING-These young men, recently I duty Chief Coleman becamea
changed from "civvies" to Navy "blues," have completed their "Weekend Warrior" at the
ed. Under no circumstances will said requests be acted upon by the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
"Boot Training" with NARTU Jacksonville and have been
Personnel Officer until Division Officers have investigated and promo Training Unit when it was first
ted to the rate of Airman Apprentice. Now active duty membersof
made recommendations in writing. NAUTU, they are ready to enter other phases of specialty work forming in the summer of 1946.
According to the memorandum it may normally be expected and become part of the Navy team. Standing, are left to right to He be was one of the first five men

that humanitarian requests, submitted after the Bureau of Personnel William Petrey; Floyd Johns and Bob Falls of Jax:; On Wing, Reserve assigned squadron to at an the Organized
left to right W. Eddie Wade Brunswick Ga. Ken Lelly Ft newly :
; ,
available to commands afloat will be disapprovedand formed NARTU and is
has made men entitled to I
Pierce; Aron Brown and O. M. Shannon of Jax. .
that transfers will be effected as rapidly as possible after ultimate call himself a "Plank Owner.. i

assignments are received.In William Turner to Christine and I I 14th when again two girls and Following his completion of 20 ,.
Edwin Alton, AM3; daughter three boys were born-son Gary years of service his first action "
some cases emergency leave may be granted, in lieu of extension Karol Ann to Clarice and Thomas Haven to Mary and William was to reenlist in the Naval Reserve

of shore duty if deemed advisable. Lancaster, ADC, from NATTCen- Hodges, SN, of Green Cove for another "hitch" and is
ter; daughter Linda Marie to Springs; daughter Catherine Annto now well on his way to 30 yearsof
Baby PickettContinued Rogers AD1; daughter Constance Gladys and Dwane Hopkins, SN, Carol and Willard' Mayo EN3, service. He has already quali-
Mary to Cora May and Walter of Green Cove Springs; son For of Green Cove Springs; daughter fied himself for a retirement pension -
( from Page 1) I Brown, FN; son Hamson to Dor- rest Anthony to Metta and Lt. Deborah Ann to Alice and Jessie upon reaching the age of 60.
and Lt. James of .
0850. othy Digges Charles Cadiz of Fasron 109 and Martin, BM3, of Norfolk son .
Cecil Field and daughter Rhonda son Gregory Wyatt to June and Patrick Thomas to Louella and
Joseph Benjamin Pie i r s o n,
Carol Ruth and Robert
heavyweight for the day let to Engrad, Duel Haynes, SN. John Scay, FPC, of Green Cove
loose with his first lusty yell at A02. Springs and son Carl Franklinto DIVINE Th
1051 on Jan. 1. He is the son of Two girls and three boys comprised I Lucille and Cpl. Henry Kil- l' r ,
Henry Pierson ATI attached to the_total for Jan. 4-son Jan. 5th was a repeat of the crease.

NATTCenter and Mrs. Helen Three girls and three boys arrived \SERVICES- .
Nellie Pierson. He weighed in at on Sunday Jan. 6-son f
8 pounds, 9-3/4 ounces. Larry Eugene, to Elizabeth and Protestant /
Final arrival of this busy day Gordon Clark, FN; son Larry Lee 0830-Morning 1 Services, All- .
was Dorothy .Rachel Henley who to Ruth and Samuel Franklin Saints ChapeL
made it with just 25 minutes left V ADI, from VF 43, Cecil Field; son 0915 Naval
of the first day of this new year. Henry Victor, Jr. to Barbara and Hospital ChapeL
She is the daughter of Ancil D. Henry Victor Caine SN of Green I 3930-Sunday School Small ChapeL -

Henley, AMS3 of VF-742, Cove Springs; a daughter as yet I
Oceana Va. and Mrs. Lillian Rus- unnamed to Marjorie and John 1045-All Saints ChapeL
sell Henley She arrived weighing Stilianou, SN, of Green Cove Catholic ,
7 pounds 11-3/4 ounces. Springs; daughter Melody to Opal I 0830 and
and S/Sgt. Wallace Glisson, and I 0930-Mass, St. Ed"I
In the first six days of the new daughter Loretta Verl to Bridget ChapeL
year 25 babies-13 girls and 12 Loretta and Allen Verl Bollsch- Edwards' Chapel (Catechism

boys- -were born at the Naval weiler, ATI, of VP 861. Class ',Y t rl r
Hospital with four arriving Jan. KILLER OF THE DEEP-One of the Navy's newest and 1030-Mass, SL
2,. none on the 3rd, five each on stealthiest additions to its antisubmarine arsenals is the box- And then there was the mama 0645-Mass at I
the 4th and 5th, and six on the nosed type above, the submarine K-I. Inside the compact hull mosquito that told all of her children ChristTuesday200 !
Navy engineers have crammed all the normal equipment carriedby 1.
that if they would be good
6th.Three girls and one boy were larger boats, plus long-range sound detection equipment. In : !Mc\
delivered on Jan. 2- daughter wartime the K-l's mission is to seek out and destroy enemy undersea she would take them to a nudist Thursday193peL
Donna Fay to Martha and Paul I II craft. colony at night.

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10 January 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three
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Ordinarily the mission of "Bulls-eye" Rupp, Tom "Onewas no duck! ,
Dialogue I Fasron Six is to provide servshot" Colbert and Sigure *

ices to fleet activities. How'Twogun' Gudal. Shocked officers immediate
(By Armed Forces Press Service)
ever, on the night of Dec. 13, Festivities began at the ap- ly began a widespread investi I
"Station Dialogue" providesan
( this mission was augmented by pointed hour. Assembled officers / gation. Preliminary reconnaisproviding A powerful radio broadcasting
opportunity for military and unusual and unique and guests waited anx sance revealed an alarming: station on wheels designed to car-
,, civilian personnel of NAS to services to NARTU with the iously for the arrival of the state of affairs. Fasron Six was ry psychological warfare mes- 1
Admiral the bird. not alone in the pursuit of rev- into territory has
voice their opinion on a questionput getting much publicized ducks. sages enemy ,
erly on that particular evening.A the Sig-
been developed by
to them by a Jax Air News It happened this way: the distance could be A banquet given by NARTU; in nal Corps Engineering Labora- j

reporter). Several Fasron Six officers, heard the approaching dehonor of Rear Adm. Lucian A. tories at Ft. Monmouth, N. J., the
locally known for their prowlivery truck and as it came to Moebus, Chief of Naval Air Department of the Army announ I

Today's question is "Have you ess as nimrods, had successfula halt amidst a spray of gravel Reserve Training was drawing ced. The new station is in opera- !
made any New Year's resolutions ly depleted the migratory duck out sprang a spotless footto a close at the Officers' Club. tion overseas. i iMaj.
?" population t o garnish the man who, with a flourish, comThe Admiral was heard to *

I Lucy Grey, SA, NAS Electron- monthly squadron officers' parmenced arrangement of the remark that the duck (deliv- ), Gen. Roderick R. Allen
.. for Dec, 13. tinered mistake) was delici of the XVfCorps'in ,
ics Laboratory; ty scheduled feast. Tray after tray was bY' Commanding General
"Yes. I have loaded. First came the shrimp, ous. Japan, will succeed Maj. :
firmly resolvedto Included among the hunters then salad, and in'close order Mistake or not, it isn't often Gen. William K. Harrison as !
were Comdr. Edward "Trigvegetables, rolls, coffee, and that an opportunity is present. Commanding General of the 9th I
be as quietas ger" Morgan, Lcdr. "Dead.eye" on and on until the truck ed Fasron Six to give an Admiral Infantry (Training) Division at i

LW W .1 a mouse Wooward, and Lt's Herbert stood cold and emptyj There the bird! Ft. Dix, N. J., the Army announced. -
when enteringthe Maj. Gen. Clovis E. Byears
barracks X Corps commander in Korea

after hours so Disabled Vets Can Acquire of I will General become of the Deputy Eighth Commanding Army ia

my neighbors Korea.

Grey can be assured: of NSLI "p .
of the required: amount of sleep. Special Type Students at the Army War College -

Carlisle Barracks, Pa., recently -
I It's amazing how easily one can
I lose friends over a riotous return (EDITOH'S NOTE: Many Servicemen from Korea and rise- were given a brief picture
home." where are being discharged now. Their host frequent question of how economic mobilization affects -

, concern> their right to Government life insurance This U the military logistics and strategy. -

I Bob. Albohn, AE2, VP-861: second of four article on this subject prepared by the Veteran A group of eight experts vis-
"No, I have- Administration and distributed by Al l'S.) ited the school and lectured on
the subject for a week.
n't made *
any Disabled Veteran
PART 2 Insurance for
resolutions this Marine Corps headquarters recently -

year I have A special type of Government life insurance is available to veterans announced that Maj. Gen.
found from of the U. S. Armed Forces who were disabled in active military John T. Selden, formerly com-
service anywhere in the world since June 27, 1950, the start of the manding general, Troop TrainingUnit
past experiencethat Korean conflict. Pacific, at Coronado, Calif.,
it is a use- These veterans must meet two the totally disabled, no endowment will relieve Maj. Gen. Gerald C.
less task because requirements (under Section 620 plans may be Issued; however all Thomas as commander of the 1st
I inevitably issued. Marine Division in Korea.
others may be
National Service Life Insurance
break of the
Albohn The amount of any policy may .
them. Once acknowledging that releasedor range from $1,000 to $10,000, less More than one million acres in
1, They must nave been
fact I have resolutions
II up separated from active serviceon any other Government life insurance four Texas counties will be used

I' as a lost cause. or after April 25, 1951, under in force at the time of appli next spring by 150,000 soldiers

other than dishonorable conditions cation. and airmen for the maneuver.
._.. Ens. Craig McCranor NATTC: ; and Exercise "Longhorn." Ft. Hood

"No, I have 2. They must be' found by Veterans These policies, in general, are and the First Armored Division
not. My inten- Administration to be suffering I the same as regular NSLI policies will be the focal point for the
from Service-connected except that the premium rates ate military exercise.
tions excel- a
are on a different basis and the policies .

[ lent but, when- VA disability compensation or disabilities would for be which payable do not earn dividends There NAVY WIVES Secretary of Defense Robert A.
ever I do make other differences but most of
In degree are Lovett has announced the
if 10 per cent or more appointment -
'E resolutions I Further, they must not be the conditions are the same. of Clay Bedford as
never fail to suffering: from a nonservice-con- Although eligible disabled vet- CORNERElection I Special Assistant to the Secretaryof
break them.Somehow nected disability or disabilitiesthat erans must apply for this special Defense to serve as special ex-

I make them uninsurable. insurance within one year from of officers for the 1952! pediter of military production.
Aiccranor cant manageto the date that VA finds their disabilities .
make them last therefore, I to be Service-connected, term was held on Wednesday,
The veterans must apply for immediately lan 2, with Mrs. Elliott Newell Army Transportation Corps
make -
have to the conclusion thatit they application
come may
hav- ROTC students from three uni-
President after
the special NSLI to Veterans Ad- reelected as
is a practice of no consequence after separation or
I versities will embark for
." ministration within one year from from active service and thus set ing served successfully the previous soon
the date that VA finds their disability the machinery in motion for a ruling one-year term. training cruises in the Caribbean,
or disabilities to be Service- A detailed report of all new the Department of the Army an
I Robert J Ruyle, AOC, NATTC: on the Service-connection of nounced. The cruises are designed
with med- the in- .
connected. Applications, officers will follow after
their disability or
"No, I don'tbelieve to familiarize and train cadets
which will be
examinations and the
ical required Week Government Term stallation banquet
in mak- premium, should be mailedto Policies Under Waiver.) held early in February. in all types of shipboard opera
ing resolutions. Veterans Administration, > It was reported that Commanding *

I've learnedtoo Washington 25, D. C. Federal Workers Meet Officer Capt. Douglas T Award of contracts for con.
often they If the necessary requirementsare Day has authorized the Navy struction of six 180-foot escort
met, totally disabled veterans The monthly meetingof
regular all
Wives Club to spend proceeds patrol vessels (PCE) has been
get kickedaround may apply for a waiver of premium the National Federation of of the Not-New-Shop on Welfare
announced RADM Homer N.
!. It at the time they file application Federal Employees, Local 1116, projects. Several contributions of by
Walhn Chief of the Bu-
. 4 could be a won.J for the Insurance. However, will be held Monday, Jan. 14 at food and clothing to needy navy reau of Ships. Estimated cost of
t derful custom all such applicants should include 2000 at the Seminole Hotel. families have already been made. each vessel $230,000.MA1NSIDE .
Ruyle the required premium with their All members are urged to attend Continued patronage is necessary .
adhere them
if would to
everyone and continue to and bring friends. A new
applications pay to make this project a success.
: but let's face it. There is
no per- will be ini-
-J this premium on time until they beneficial program *
... centage in it, so why bother.
notified VA that waiver tiated.
are Next meeting will be held Wed
has been granted, Premiums paid Jan. Id. All members are
Richard W. Hart, AN, VA-15: Deferred
under waiver will be refunded. Physicals I urged to be present as plans for
Ml4 M OfMyo.K- "Yes. Definitely i Officers and warrant officers assigned the installation banquet will be

yes. I This special Insurance for the to the Eighth Army in Korea made. All Navy wives are cor-
have made a disabled is a form of National will have their annual physi- dially invited to attend meetings:
Service Life Insurance, and sev- cals deferred until they are reas and become members.
resolution t
o eral types of policies are available signed. They must however take wants to remindall Thursday, January 10
The Nursery
get married as --term, ordinary life, 20-pay life, their physicals within 30 days after customers to watch closing 0:..:; West Gene Autry

soon as possi- 30-pay life, and endowment, For reporting to their new station. hours. In consideration of the Friday January 11
1 ble. And thisis hours and the low rate Lady Says No .David Niven
NewYear's long Saturday January 12
{ one charged for the care of :your .. Maureen O'Hara
resolu- Tripoli
i- fair to let the
it only
I tion Sunday, January 13
. Hart that is not home time
' .. destined to be broken, accordingto night shift the overtime go rate on is no Sailor Beware .Martin & Lewis
custon. I've found the right Charging Consid- Monday, January 14
girl and I don't intend to 'miss substitute for this lost matter sleep.is highly Light Touch _. Stewart Granger-
the boat', so to speak." eration in Tues. & Wed., Jan 15.16
appreciated. On Dangerous Ground

_--....... _.. Robert Ryan
Entomologists To Also, kindergarten tuition is NATTCenter
due and payable on or before the
4th of each month in advance Thursday, January 10
Confer At Orlando I All other Nursery bills will haveto I'll See You In My Dreams

be settled on or before the _n_ Doris Day

... Lcdr. John 'M. Hirst, officer-in-I last day of each month. Please Friday, January 11
.... charge of the Malaria and Mos- cooperate! Tripoli John Payne

quito Control Unit here, and his There are several openings in Saturday,_.January 13
Lady Says No David Niven
assistant Lcdr. Kenneth L. lha afternoon senior kindergartenclass. 13
r Knight who recently arrived For all information about Indian Sunday, January
from Egypt, will be in Orlando Nursery care by the hour or by Uprising
f .____ George MontgomeryMon.
next week for a conference in the; day and kindergarten and & Tues., Jan. 14-15
the Laboratories maintained by dancing classes, call the super- Sailor Beware ..Martin & Lewis
the U. S. Department of Agri- visor, extension 368. 16
Wednesday, January
culture. Light Touch .Stewart Granger
Lcdr. Richard T. Hoi way, of )06 Ships Activated NAVAL HOSPITAL
the insect and rodent control of-
fice, Preventive Medicine Divi- Since Korean Conflict Thursday January 10

sion, BuMed, will accompany Dr Calling Bulldog Drummond
Hirst back from Washington, D. eA Washington (AFPS) The .. ...._... .?. ___ Walter Pidgeoa
506 out of
Navy has taken ships 11
Dr. Friday,
the conference.
C., to attend
mothballs since the start of the
Finders ...Tom Ewell
Hirst is in Washington this week. Keepers.
AlPS Korean conflict. The breakdowns
Sat. & Sun., Jan. 12-13
is also laying extensive -
Dr. Hirst as follows: I'll See You In My Dreams

plans for 2.5 the of annual the Florida conference FLOATING RADIO ST.TIOExaDlnlnr some of the vast Battleships 3; Cruisers -5; .____. ___ Doris Day-

March Association, array of electronic equipment being installed aboard Coast Guard fleet Carriers-5; Carrier Es- Monday January 11
State About cutter USS Courier for a new Voice of America floating radio sta- corts-6; Light Carriers; De- Indian Uprising

I of 100 which members he is are president.expecting to at- tion are lean Seymour, Voice of America engineer and Comdr. itroyers-100; Destroyer Escorts12 ?_____.George Montgomery {..
will Oscar C. B. Wev, prospective skipper of the Courier. The new ; Submarines -25; Mine- Tuesday, January 15
tend. Meetings the Seminole of the group Hotel in station will be more powerful than most standard radio stationsin sweepers-42; Patrol Craft-50; Ladys Says No __.David Niren
be held at
Jacksonville and at the Naval the U. S. and is designed to circumvent Soviet jamming tech- Amphibious Craft-153; Auxiliary Wednesday January 16
104. Sailor Beware .Martin & Lewis
Air Station.\ niques and reach new areas behind the iron curtain Craft-


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( ; sC7 : \ 1 I A ,

PKVM7TEO TO AN / YOUNG MAN TELL i i Barber: "Will you have anything -
ORD/NARY /ELITENAN7 "9l.'. .j 2 JOHNNIE on your face when I finish 4
BUT TEY'VE ABREV/ATED wW ,("/ shaving you? .
O HAS BEEN WAITING TOT Customer "If don't mind
u you ,
/ TO READ, YOU AA'E : ; N' -' SAY "HELLO: f f.r you can leave my nose."

Wife (to husband sick in bed):

{'"Darling, I'm just writing to
mother-er-how do you spell
cemetery, with an 'S' or a 'C'?"

1 t Bus Driver: "How old are you, '
S little girl?"
} Little Girl: "If you don't mind
SAY MISS HOW ABOUT big boy, I'll pay full fare and

MAKING SOME OF THOSE keep my statistics to. myself."
/ ; The soapbox orator had har-
rangued the crowd for an hour.
s+ / ; ,i "Now, ladies and gentlemen, are
/ "
there any questions?
:: A little man stepped forward."I .
have no question, he said
,, Er' "but I'll bet that if you and I
b _
traveled the country together, we
would tell more lies than were
ever told before, and I wouldn't
have to say a word." -

'LOOtfS Military etiquette: When arguing ,.

A ANP with your first sergeant, be
sure you're right-then let the
BAC'IC ON H/S CHRISTMASVF14 l..atter drop.

..........,..,. -
"How did you happen break
-= "
your leg?
"I threw a cigarette down the
now leading the packjn the City "
hatch and then stepped on it.
VP-S, VC-62, VP-8S1. VP-3 ReportScouting Commerce League having toppled
their last six opponents. January2nd Automobile Salesman: "And
I saw them take their toughest what kind of a horn would you

Jacksonville Area SquadronsVF14 rivals over the hurdles, the like, sir? Do you care for one ".
Downing Athletic Club by a score with a good loud blast?"
of 6535. .
Sailor: "No, I'm being transferred
I "" II Lt. Gil Kimball's crew, including to Boston give .
; just me
'I and Commander Jim Houghton I W. A. Yelinek, ATI. ..
Al Bullard Noel Preseau
One effect of the new year will I is now being checked out as new Five VP fivers celebrated the Glenn Peterson Vin, Vin, one with a refined sneer.

be to place two squadron officers I skipper from Comdr. Rex Wag I new year by shipping over; they Johnson Leroy, Lawler Roper, ,John i
into the ranks of the family ner. The "out with the old" were C. P. Russell, ALC; F. Al- Captain: "How long have "you.
meb'l and Bob Baer will office
Wiggins this ?
com been working in
Expecting that first little adage seems fitting in VP-5. ford. ADC; W. F. Bexley, AN;
bine their talents
once again, Private "Ever since I
'soon' Lt. (jg) and Mrs. f W H. Williams, ADC, and W. A. : saw you
arrive are I 1952 was also marked with a when the NAS Jax league openson come in the door, sir."
Charlie Moore and Ensign and number of awards for meritoriousduty Yelinek, ATI. 14 January. They are hopingto
Mrs. Jim Ellis. and conduct. Lcdr. Hal
extend their already fine 10 Funeral Director: "How old are
Lcdr. Felix Craddock and Lt. Belew, Operations officer, and VC-62 won-2 lost ecord still further. you?"
(jg) Darrell Mossburg are antic Chief J. y Phelps received the The December issue of All Both these losses were to the Prospect: "98."
ipating additions to their family Navy Unit Commendation for Hands carries the news that Ens. Jayyees in non-league play. Funeral Director: "Hardly
quota while Lt. (jg) Randy Moore service with VP-43 in the sum William G. Wagner was awardedthe After a three month tour of worth going home, is it?"
and his wife Gwenn are sportinga mer of 1942, and Lt "Rip" W..r- Distinguished Service Medal with CAG-3 detachment 3-
new model baby girl, Rosalyn, lick was presented a Humane I (posthumously) as pilot of a duty 51 returned to the, fold. The detachment They: tl ikethisu pon thesea t
born on 22 December. award for his duty with the Ber- fighter type photo plane from was composed of Lt.- With now and then a kiss.

Lcdr. Robert Coats, former lin Airlift during the post war VC-62, attached to the USSLeyte Dick Bridges, Lt. Francis Fitz- Then he said some foolish

commanding officer of the unit period.VP5's. I during action against enemy gibbon, Lt. (Jg) Bob Holmes and thing,
who surrendered the squadron to Leading Chief A. M. forces in Korea on 28 Nov Tom Fangier ADC; Bob Fon And then they sat like this.
Schultz AOC received six Good ember 1950.Photographer.
th guiding hand of Lcdr. John taine, AN; Bob Fralix, AD3;
C Kennedy, had been selectedfor Conduct awards at the same Cecil Moe is Dana Nelson, AD1; Mort Per- I A movie star finished buildingand
appointment to the rank of time. Four of them were prev- once again Lt (Jg) Moe, thanksto domo AEM3; Vin Ricci, AKAN; furnishing her 12-room
commander and had departed for i usly lost when the USS Lexington the action re-instating certain Jim Hushing AD2; Lawton Sim- "Shack" in Beverly Hills, then
Line Officers School in Calif. (CV-2) was scuttled in Mayof temporary commissions which mons, AA; Tom Stalhngs, AF3; sent back to Texas for her folks.
Congratulations go to Lt. (jg) 1942, to prevent the ship from were reverted during the post Ed ravis, AN; Dan Webster, "Faith and bejabbers," mutteredher
C.iarlie Moore and Lt. (jg) falling into enemy hands. war economy program. AF2, and Luke Wells, AO1. dad after giving the home the
"Shrugs" Wachtel for receiving Four Good Conduct awards Just after Lt. John Brown reported once-over. He was much discontented -
permanent commissions.With : were presented to Chiefs F. F. aboard from the Jet VP-861 I with the lavishness. '
service wide competitive Mueller and T. D. Duty, while Training Unit (ATU-3) of NAAS I 'fVh don't you go sit in the ...
examinations for advancement triplicate awards went to J. E. Kingsville, Texas, Lt. (jg) Bill Confusing, but necessary is the patio?' suggested the daughter."I .
taking place this month Ensign Crumbacker, AO1; C. Edick, Fischer, joined the squadron after complex change of departmentheads don't have to!" replied; the dad.
Freddie Blechman, education officer AOC; J. A. Hawn, AMC, and J. completing a 21 week courseof that has already occurredin "Go sit in the patio, comman-
and his right-hand-man Joe E. Moone, ADC. Six receivedtwo photography at the U. S. Naval the squadron. Lcdr. CharlesW. ded the girl's mother. -
Kostis, ADI, have been busily apiece. They were O. R. School of Photography at : Johnson replaced Lcdr. Joe "All right," said the old man,
engaged, giving lectures to the 71 Coile, ADI; J, H. Griffin. Jr., HAS, Pensacola, Fla. E. D'utevil as Operations Officer. "where is it?"
AK3 J. D. Harvell AOC G. B. I I He in turn took over Lcdr. Edward "
men who are going up. ; ; "Outside, said the daughter
.. .. Powers, ADC; C P. Russell, ALC; VC-62's: fine basketball team is S. Wise's job as Ordnance, "Thank heaven," muttered the
Lcdr. Wise is taking the administrative
old "There's something like
Military requirement lectures reins from Lcdr. man
totaling 14 have been given to the -1 1'tS William H. West who is returning the old days anyway. !"
31 strikers going up for third to the pin stripe contingent.
class rates.
Ensign Dick Kapp is scheduledto George F. Routan, who has re- Bus ScheduleIs
cently reported aboard from
take over soon as
NATJ7C has the unique distinctionof :
officer, and intends to pass on
being the only AO "A" school Revised
some of the knowledge he accumulated
at Maintenance Officer's graduate to receive an individual
School in Memphis. He can be citation. In a special ceremony The following revisions of '..
seen daily wading through his Routon was lauded for his "lead Navy Bus transportation listed in .,
massive notebook and preparing ership and devotion to duty" and the Dec. 20 issue of the Jax Air .

lectures o.. jet engines and weight was named "the most outstanding News, are herewith re-printed.
and balance. fKICKOFF" class leader in the school.! Revisions became.effective Jan. 2.

Ensign: Gene Hendrix departedlast Although the strain has been Cancelled Trips as of Jan. :2, '

week for Norfolk to attend ,. lifted in one home, the Ed Herrings 1952:
Air Intelligence School. Fighter received a baby boy for 0630-Leave Dewey Park for I'

r Squadron 14's junior ensign in I .It t Christmas, Clemon Casino, AOU2is Boathouse.
time, but not on liberty, :Ensign still sweating it out. 0640-Leave Boathouse for X
Hendrix has caused, "Ensign Newly reported Lt. Lawrence & R. J

Hendrix, you have a call at the Miller, a recent graduate of Elec- 0715-Leave Boathouse for ,..
desk" to be a familiar sound at tronic's school in Memphis, Tenn., Bldgs. 110 and 103. .
the BOQ. is taking over the electronics billet 0930-Leave Dewey Park for
Fighter Squadron 14 may not in the squadron.. Commissary Store. t
1040 Leave Commissary Store
have set a record but certainly it t
maintained a strong average VP-3 for Dewey Park. 1
when three consecutive partiesin Lcdr. John S. Harris, Executive 1610-Leave Bldgs. 11 and 103 r

as many nights were com Officer of VP-3 has been appointed for Boathouse. t Y
pleted. Only the very staunch to the rank of Com 1620-Leave Boathouse for
among the brown baggers were mander. The date of his new rankis Dewey Park.
able to attend the third one retroactive to July 1st. 0600-1600-NATT.C-Navy Ex-
though. (Of course those indes- Prior to coming to Patrol change Bus Route,
tructable bachelors were o n Squadron 3 for duty, the formerU. Modified bus trips In effect
hand!) of Alabama graduate servedon now:
On the subject of bachelors, the staff of Naval Air Basic 0640-Leave Dewey Park for .
their ability to throw parties was Training Command at Pensacola.He Main Gate. r .,
well demonstrated by the one is a veteran of World War II 0715-Leave Main Gate for-
they "tossed" for the married combat and completed tours of Bldg. 169. ,
folks. duty aboard the aircraft carriers 1145-Nursery School Bus -
'. POLIO FUND DRIVE Comdr. Louis E. De- USS Satratoga and USS Lexington One bus only-All housing area

VP-5 Camp (extreme right), skipper of Patrol Squadron Three during the conflict.. 1610-Leave., Bldg. J69 for
The New Year has seen a complete fives the polio drive here "kick-off" by dropping his contribution + Main Gate.
revision in the change of into the VP-3 polio fund receptacle, a remodeled practice I'm a sworn bachelor! Mar- 1630-Leave; Main Gate Jot
command. Lcdr. Ben Troemel bomb. Leading chief Clifford Dodson, AMC left) and Comdr. riage is just like sitting in the Dewey Park.
has already' relieved Lcdr. Dick John S. Harris, (second front left) executive officer, are ready to bath tub. After you get used to All other operating bus trips
Rodriguez as executive officer follow suit. II I it, it ain't so hot!" remain in effect. _


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'Six Bits'Evidently I I H: .WAVE "-1

'i ;
Henry .Osman, ADC,
believes in practicing what he I
preaches for word just came that
he's successfully passed the high In view of the many request
t school level GED test. Handing received for a column devoted to
out all that dope in the education news of WAVES aboard the station
office seems to have had the de- space is hereby created for
sired effect. Bob Torres, ADC, feminine news interests. Con-
also completed the examinationand structive criticism is openly invited
is to be likewise congrat- from all readers, regardless
ulated. ol "how you cut your hair."

With the influx of men from Do you have a closed in feel.

CAG-1 and CAG-17, Loren Ed- ""' '''''-''''_ _......_ ._.mm.....__'_'_'__,_" "",,,._....__ _.._._- _.m.'__... ... ._... .- ing? Are you suffering from
monson, PNA2 and Die Patton, MEET OSCAR-This eight-foot 'gator had his winter slumber disturbed by workmen at the claustrophobia? Is your sleep disturbed
.. PNSN are feeling. .the. strain. Navy Supply Depot on Heckscher Drive during expansion work done at the depot. The ferocious at night from deep rum-
looking Saurian, who was quite miffed with the intrusion of his resting lair, threatened for a whileto bles echoing throughout the pas
From Ordnance comes word halt production. However, with the aid of City Zoo personnel, the Gator was lassoed for delivery sageways? Reason: Populationhas
that Lt. (jg) Roger Bateman has.1 to the zoo and swapped for a junior size alligator named Li'l Oscar, who now serves as Fuel increased-latest arrivals at
requested an additional ten-day Depot Mascot.<<: Barracks 722: Shirley LeBlanc
.j leave, thus leaving Lt (jg) Bob .. TDAN; Dorothy Epworth, TDAN
Kalmbacher at the wheel for an Navy's Atomic Submarine I Virginia Blackwell, TESA; Bar-
extended length of time. Bob I Saurian's Slumber Disturbed bara Quimby, HA; Lois Bramsen,
Thompson AK2 will go aboard To Be Named Nautilus HA, and Margaret Jacox, HA.
the USS Valcour when his leave .

expires. Ed Martin, AK3 is pre Washington (AFPS-The) Navy Fuel Depot Expansion Uncovers Don't despair, temporary reliefis
paring to enter the matrimonialsea has announced that its atomic on the way Three shipmatesare

sometime in July. submarine will be christened the scheduled to become members
Since in most of the Mike other Pripeton sportsaren't USS Nautilus. Eight-Foot 'Gator-Zoo Gets Pet of the alumnae: Barbara

season, Earp, YN1, is going to learn the
ADC (AP) has organized a hot- During WWII the Navy's last
UCMJ the hard She has -
to-trot-basketball team. With Lt. Nautilus sank 90,000 tons of Japanese I Workers at the Navy Fuel Depot orders to way.the Judge Advo-received
I Unknown to the occupants
chief at the
Lloyd Resler and the shipping. An experimental on Heckscher Drive are scanning -
Fasron team took operators of the Navy Fuel Depot, cate General's office in Washington
helm, the 1 submarine Robert the records to what D. C. Virginia Smalczewski -
Downing 75-55 but dropped one developed by I see located out on Trout River, Oscar ,
'. to R. C. Motors, 83-63. Fulton in 1801 bore the name steps are necessary to draw haz- had made his winter home in the YN2, is leaving for Bain-
woods and marshes of the Depot bridge, Md. via a four-week
Nautilus. So did Jules Verne's fic- ardous duty pay, after capturingan remainedundisturbed at the famed liberty
Fine playing by Bill Bailey, eight-foot alligator in the depot's where he might have training course
tional craft in "Twenty Thousand until summer, had he port fo Norfolk.
Bradlet Kidd Jim environs.
Jerry Glaub, Leagues Under the Sea." not been suddenly discoveredor The San Diego Naval complement
Garierele Tom
Murray, Arthur Oscar that's what he's known
uncovered in will increase one with the
accurately ,
Work the nuclearpoweredsub more ,
and on
Chambers, John Campbell aj now, measured eight feet, hi lair. arrival of Peggy Gilmer, HM3, in
Steve Borys is expected to put is a combined undertaking of three inches, from.stem to stern. the near future
the crew on top. the Westinghouse Electric Corp. I Unarmed, except for snapping 'Gatorsand Oscar is a big ..
"White Hat of the Week" is and the Electric Boat Co., of Gro- oneusually hibernate during I
Loren Edmonson, PNA2 the ton, Conn. The Navy said the clampers at the tront and a bull- the cold weather and return to amore Smooth Sailing to both Joan
hard pressed personnelman from keel for the hull of the subma- whip for a tail, the huge saurian active life at the first signsof Carnabucci, YN1, of ComFairJax,
the personnel office. During the rine would be laid this spring. held more than a half-dozen men spring. Spring came a little 1 and Larry Mills, AT2, of VP-741, (
"transfer period", he ran the off at a respectful distance while quick this year for Oscar; he had I on their enlistment in the insti-
ice with an under-manned crew they made sorties and debated made the mistake of taking his tute of marriage.

and had a terrific work load to A New Face what to do. chilly snooze in an area that was 1 Lt. Kathleen Cummings, WAO,
.. contend with.Edmonson Victory over weeds and rust One man, eqiupped with a long. right in the path of the Depot inaugurated a "spontaneous recreational -
was recalled to active was hailed by Sampson AFB, N. handled axe, approached cautiously expansion. program" the past ..
duty on April 26 and has Y., when it recently celebratedits in a flanking movement, I weekend with a snappy game of

been with the Fasron ever since. first AF birthday. A year ago intent on stunning Oscar with a MEN from the Hendry Corporation volleyball as the official opening
He has been assigned to almost broken windows and tattered blow and then capturing him. dredging contractor, had event. Participants included
every job and has proven him roofing disfigured the newly- But the assailant didn't get close the huge gator while WAVES from NATTC and NAS
self capable. Upon his release opened base. Today, thanks to re- enough to swing, much less landa come they were upon in the midst of the barracks,
he'll probably return to Elnora, construction by the Army Engineers blow. Oscar was, for the moment process of clearing and filling I Due to the holidays full news
Indiana where he was workingin Sampson is a thriving AF at least, an even match for the unimproved land of the Fuel coverage is lacking. Next week's

an auto supply company.. community. his would-be captors. I Depot to make room for a number issue should have more news.
of additional fuel storage I
Comdr. Locouture Emergency Call. I tanks and packaged petroleum Math RequirementsOut
1 products soon to be added to the

New VA-15 COThe AIR SEA RESCUE UNIT GOES TO Depot's present facilities. 1' For NOC School
Dredging is nearly finished,
'I Washington ( AFPS )- The
of commanding officerof and the of big Oscar on
post Navy has announced that math-
VA-15 was relinquished in recent AID OF STRICKEN MAN ON LST the scene threatened to delay ematical requirements for candidates
change of command ceremonies production. The Hendry men, unable qualifying for entrance into
in hangar 115 by Comdr. ,.. .. to dislodge him by force the Naval Officer Candidate
John E. Lacouture to his succes- oN either poor radio communication Picking out the most likelyof with available weapons, turnedto School have been suspended
iii':, Lcdr. Roy M. Isaman. nor rough seas, a dozen "pips" on the radar the security guards of the Depot
Comdr. Lacouture will reportto nor faulty radar gear halt screen the Chiefs managed to for assistance. But, short of' Those applicants who previously -
the Commandant, Potomac blasting Oscar with their .45's, failed to qualify because they
the intrepids from NAS locate the missing LST. After lacked basic mathematical and
Naval Command for as- which nobody seemed willing to
River landing nearby a means had to
Jax Air Sea Rescue Unit. requirements
signment to further duty at the be devised to transfer the critically do, they were as helpless as the trigonometry may
Patuxent River Naval Air Test- Pilots Ernie Anderson, ADC .dredgers. now apply to the Office of Naval
ill from the to
ing Station. (AP) and Jim Dyer, ADC (AP), the P-boat.man ship I Officer Procurement to complete
... their for the NOG
V A- overcame these obstacles when processing
Lcdr. Isaman reported While Chief Anderson foughtto FINALLY, the Jax City Zoo,
15 from the Air Branch of the they received an emergencycall next door neighbor of the Depot School.: .
keep the "cat" on as even a
from an LST several hundred
Office of Naval Research wherehe obligingly answered the call i
held the post of AntiSubmarine miles at sea, to pick up a keel as possible Chief with heavyseas tor help and sent over (some local Carriers Can Deliver
Warfare officer and attack man with acute appendicitis. running,
who lassoed Oscar likea
the An LCI cowboys
ranged exchange. Atomic Punch in Future
project officer. steer and hauled him off to a
the mother
lowered from
Prior to relieving Comdr. La- When the LST radioed that was corral at the i
ship with the sailor, Alex M. more permanent I Memphis, Tenn. (AFPSCiting -
couture of his post, Lcdr. Isaman, one of its crewmen had an ap- f
the Navy's future role in the
'allace aboard
pendicitis attack, "Dumbo 11"the Zoo.Men
accompanied by the departing however I atomic Adm. William Fech-
old Catalina flying boat, 1 at the Depot, age,
commanding officer, made a were reluctant to part with its teler, Chief of Naval Operations,
AP's immediately that
was wheeled out and the Realizing
of command inspection.
tenant, and asked for a junior has stressed the mobility of a
headed for the the metal hull of the LCI
proposed ren
Others in the inspecting party included
size gator in exchange. Zoo authorities carrier fleet and its ability to deliver -
Comdr. John Rodgers, dezvous. Over the appointedspot would tear the thin skin of the .
Commander, Carrier Air Group at the designated time, the. 1 Catalina to shreds, Chief Dyer: promptly sent one over. an atomic punch.
had inflateable life raft low- Oscar the Second, or Li'l Oscar Addressing members of the
One, and Lt. Joseph Noonan, VA- Chiefs couldn't find the tardy an
15 executive officer. LST. ered over the side, got Wallace ( r is it Hortense?) has a private Navy League, the CNO declared
transferred then brought pen of his own now He's the first that our new and modernized car-
aboard the flying boat. mascot of the Depot. riers are capable of delivering the

Both Chiefs endeavored to The Depot, like Li'l Oscar, is atomic bomb. He also suggestedthe
.. make the take-off as smooth- not so big at present, but is conversion of mothball ships .d -,'
possible. After getting aloft rapidly expanding its services to various types of guided missile -

and keeping an anxious eye and occupied area, and Li'l Oscar vessels.
'c2j peeled for any further developments will grow with the organization.By The Admiral said further, thatas
they finally reached the time he reaches the size atomic bombs get smaller and
NAS Jax Wallace was subse- of his big brother, he'll be ready lighter, it will be possible to
I quently operated on and is recovering fpr a much bigger theatre of launch carrier-based planes at
at sick bay. operation.And I. any target within 600 miles of
I so will the Depot. the sea.

j, ; 1t'I From Deck Ot USS Essex, I

lJ J l .. Former Jax Squadron VF:172gen: Korea Air Strikes I

't With TaSk Force 77, Korea bomb placements on another as destroyed.
t tT'
-Joining with other Navy, railway.
Extremely slippery flight i
squadrons in expanding their Two bridges were knocked decks harassed the Navy pilots

efforts in the Korean air war down Another bridge and 22 and crew members during the
buildings were damaged on De- early morning take-offs on
as the 30-day negotiation period cember 20 while 26 trucks and Saturday and rock salt was

ended recently, was VF- five buildings were destroyed. sprinkled on the deck to prevent
172, a former Fleet Air Jack- Accounting for one of the enemy personnel from slippinginto
sonville unit. trucks was Lt. (jg) Wil- the whirling propellers or
liam J. Hewitt, VF-172 pilot, intake vents or falling over the
Despite heavy snow and /hen he used his eyes and wits
threatening weather immedi- to good advantage in findingone side.Their mobile status was take
GREETS RESCUERS-Rehashing the episode, Alex M. Wallace ately following the close of the truck which was hidden by en advantage of in the after-

QMSN (In bed), and Jim Dyer, ADC (AP) and Ernie Ander- 30-day period, Navy fliers were snow but betrayed by yellowish noon when a stationary weath-
son, ADC (AP), talk about the close call Wallace had when be flying i from the"deck of the and well-packed snow immediately e.. front threatened operationsbut
suffered an acute attack of appendicitis while aboard, an LST' i USS Valley around it. When he the aircraft carriers man-
several hundred miles at sea. Dyer and Anderson flew to the Ithe rail- turned the guns of his Banshee aged to skirt the snowline and
lei and rushed Wallace back to the Naval hospital here w .8 Hamhange.'acorinc 'Jet upon it the vehicle burst continue j the interdiction

" ... made it just in time for the operation. lie's recovering ale. 31 into flames and was chalked up against their opponents.

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14,000 Women Incentive For Athletes

Join ServicesIn Iron Man'

Big DriveThe t Q.aF O Sports ProgramFor

Armed Forces today are
recruiting 72,000 women to aug Intra..MuralAthletes
ment their forces and plan to ,
have the quota filled by mid-1952.
Since the campaign started NAS intra-mural athletic teams will get their just due in

Nov. 11, more than 14,000 young the way of awards and honors with the establishment here of

women are have now joined in some the phase Servicesand of a new Iron Man Sports- Program based on a point system..

their training.To Henceforth even teams that
don't cop first place honors in This practice puts the second and
find out how sisters-in.
third teams at a disadvantagesince
anyone sporting event, will havea
fare during those first critical
arms chance to compete for an "Iron they have teams just below
weeks, AFPS asked some per- them vying for laurels
Man Trophy" to determine the runner-up : ..
tinent questions of our distaff best all-around athletic group. which they have to play, while ..
members who tecently completedtheir the league leaders coast along
The team with
training. with forfeits making their vic-
the most points gathered after up
tory string.
Not unlike their brothersinarms competition in the major intra- .
the girls had some definite mural games will be presentedwith 1 M
an "Iron Man Trophy". With this system, even last
reactions. Tall, dark and pretty place teams stand to benefit,
:Tina Bagalini, 22, a WAF ser- since by entering and completinga
geant from Pittsburgh, Pa., took All teams entering and com particular phase of the athletic
her basic training at Lackland pleting a season of either intramural program they gain points toward

AFB, Tex., and was trained to bea basketball swimming,volleyball the "Iron Man Trophy". Of
radio operator. bowling softball, touch course the higher the standingsof
"It's when look backon football and tennis will be
funny ;you the teams participating the
it," she said 'but at the time awarded a certain number of I higher the final talley.
we all felt like 'puppies' and points according to their respec- I
Another means of amassing the
tive final standings in league
knocked ourselves out to do the '
competition.At much sought points is to have a
right thing. 'I full team on the field as each
Servicewomen, much like the the end of competition In
member constitutes ten points.
TRAINS FOR OLYl\fPICS-Thls is not a make-up error, thepicture's all the phases of athletics a talley
take aptitude tests, get another is
men yet means have team .
shots and fill out forms duringthe not upside down-you're looking at it right. Milt Davis, will be made and the "Iron Man members act officials at other
student at NATTCenter and former diver for University of Texas, Award" made to the team gather-., as
first few days. They study this
for ten
the military code of justice, mili- is caught in the midst of a half gainer with pike one of the hardest ing the most points. If this team games official. means points
dives in the books. Member of the Jax Navy swimming team wins the award four times it will per
and customs, hy-
tary giene,courtesy beauty culture, take career which is in training now. Davis is expected to represent the Navy retain it permanently. All In all the "Iron Man Trophy" -
in the Olympic Games this summer. competition will serve as a
counseling and physical training. big inducement and continued incentive .
The theory behind new
in station intra-mural
They also roll out at 5 A. M. for Cub Scout Pack 131 system 'is that it will foster a ,play, Special Services office

KP stand inspections, attend All-Service 51 more competitive spirit between points out.'Sitting .
classes and have a drill period i Presents AwardsThe I teams that can't present a terrific e .
: every day. Football TeamIs amount of competition in any one
following awards were presented event, yet continually enter and : Duck' Squadron ,
: Of course, we were all feet at
the members of NAS Air i
; first when we tried to march," Selected Scout Pack 131 at their meetingDec. make Another a good fault this system Receives Navy CitationWith

I Sgt. Bagalini said "but" we got 28. I. should circumvent is that of trail- Task Force 95 off Korea
better as we practiced. ( Armed Forces Press Service and (AFPjS) Four destroyers .
By ) Bobcat-Jimmy Lynch Bill ing teams giving up the ghost mem- '
Entertainment plays a big part The 1951 AFPS All-Service Jackson, Jonnie Smith and Bob forfeiting games to the leaders. bers of the "Sitting Duck" squad
I ." in the life of Servicewoman
a new bie Allen. ron of Wolmi-do, have been pre
; and Pfc Shirley Gardinier, football team has been selectedin Gold Arrow Point James sented with the Navy Unit Commendation .

21, a WAC from Davenport Ia., defensive.two platoons-offensive and Tarr; Silver Arrow Point--James'I for their part in the
was enthusiastic about it. invasion of Inchon.
Seven former Tarr: One Year Pin-Robert Me-
college stars
Henry; Weblos-Jimmy Fink. The award was made by Rear
"Oh, we had lots of things to share honors with players rela- Adm. John M. Higgins, Commander
The Honor Flag was won by
do. We had dances, picnics went tively unknown outside Service Mine Forces Pacific Fleet to
Den 1, with Mrs. Larring as Den
play. Eight Army players snared
swimming and played softball. tha following ships of Destroyer
I' Then there was the PX, library positions on both teams. The Marines mother. Division 91: USS Mansfield USS
were next with six players Pack 131 turned on the Yule-
and dayroom where we could : Swenson, USS Collett and. USS
tide spirit by presenting an over- o o
I spend spare time. I The offensive eleven: De Haven.
I Shirley said WAC training, as Ends: Bucky Curtis San Diego flowing basket of food and cloth- .
NTC; and Cloyce Box, Camp Pen- ing to an unfortunate Navy fam-
I a general rule, follows that of Study Combat Injuries
; the sister Services-with one ex- dleton Marines; ily.On A 13-man team of from
I Tackles: Marion "Tex" Reese, December 13th Pack 131 experts
ception. Bainbridge (NTS); and Ken Jackson stood in representation at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center
"We had a week's bivouac and San Diego NTC; monthly Round Table Meeting, VIOlRT1QListed is in Korea to study medical
pitched our own tents. We had I Guards: Capt. Wendell Humble, held by the North Florida Coun- problems associated with the
rifle practice, and worked at Quantico Marines and Clarence cil of Boy Scouts, in Jacksonville newly-injured. The team is do-
J camouflage," she said. I "Butch" Avinger, Ft. Jackson; Den 2 presented a skit, en- below are the traffic ing research on hemorrhagic
Happiest day of basic training : Center: Doug Lockridge, Ft. titled the "Moon," part of the court penalties awarded at this shock, dehydration of the body
i is graduation day. Most of the ., Jackson; theme, "The Universe." station for traffic violations com- and various disruptions of body
I girls are on orders and ready toY Backs: Dick Flowers, Quantico mitted from Dec. 13 to Jan. 23 functions in the wounded.

start on a bona fide assignment Marines; Larry Coutre, Ft. Breck- Center; Multiple Offenses: R. N. Leake,
in the job for which they have inridge; John Pickett, Ft. Camp Guards: Don King, Parris Island AN-Speeding; faulty equipment; r's
been trained."-(AFPS). bell and Bill Mixon, Parris Island Marines and Fred Penning- 15 days loss of driving privilege.J. ..
Marines. ton Carswell AFB; J. Kolb, AT2-Failed to stop

I' The defensive team: Linebacker: Mel Selph, Brooks for traffic signal; speeding; 15
Navy Dentists Design of .
driving privilege.J.
Ends: Denver Mills, Ft. Eustis; Army Medical Center;
and Bob Moorman Carswell Backs Brewer M. Clarke-Faulty equip.
Improved MouthpieceWorried : Harry Lowry ment; speeding; restriction of car
AFB; AFB; Emmitt Allen SubPac (Ha-
about getting your Tackles: Jim Great waii until repaired.E. .
Mahoney ); Manuel Morales, Camp
teeth chipped or knocked out Lakes NTC and Clayton Tonne- Polk; and Jack Kroll, Camp Le- C. Percival, AEC restrictionof Faulty
during athletic events? equipment; speeding;
j. I maker. Brooks Army Medical Jeune Marines. .
car-until repaired.R.
Now can relax. The Maxi -
illo facial Prosthesis Section R. Niquette, YN3 Faulty

,i of the U S. Naval Dental Ted Weems To Provide equipment car until, speeding repaired.J. ;. restrictionof
School has come up with an in-
proved mouthpiece. It's madeof E. Kotz, SA Proceeding

fit the a special individual.plastic Resting designed snug to Music For 3 DancesTed faulty wrong automobile equipment way from on station one-way; restriction until street re-of;

ly against the teeth and soft j .
L' tissue, It distributes the forceof paired.G. RM3 Reckless
i R. Cain, -
a blow to all teeth.In inattentive
Weems, of "Heartaches"fame driving; speeding -
this way it greatly reduces will bring his versatile or- years. It was a tough scuffle get- driving; illegal use of station tag; .
\. the possibility of chip- chestra to the Naval Air Stationfor ting started again but Ted did restriction of car from station +

ping or knocking out teeth. a three day engagement beginning it. A disc jockey in Charlotte, N. pending further investigation. f
You can even talk whilewearing Monday Jan. 14. C., dug out his 1932 recording of"Heartaches" Speeding: M. Poarch, SH3; 15 '
it. Monday's performance will be and gave it a air- days loss of driving privilege.J. # jii'
Because it can be worn for at NATTCenter Auditorium and ing. In no time at all, the record F. Fowler, AK3; 15 days loss

long periods without discom- his final show will be Wednesdayat became a big seller and Ted of driving privilege.V. Qqtt
fort, it may be used efficientlyfor the Officers' Club. All dances Weems was back in business. O. Bert, AD3; 15 days loss of

boxers, football or hockey begin at 2000 and end at 2400. Featuring the old Weems com- driving privilege.F. .
players as a treatment for teeth bination of four brass, four sax D. Barcellma, AD3; 15 days
grinding during sleep and An OldTimerTed and three rhythm his outfit is loss of driving privilege. :
entered the music business Miscellaneous Offenses: J. J.. ..
cheek biting.-AFPS( ). equipped to swing 'em hot or ;
more than 20 ;years ago as a vio- play em sweet. Baecher, AN-Faulty equipment;
linist with his brother Art on 15 days loss of driving privilege.L. _
MEATBALL the trumpet billed as the "Million ." O. Smith, SA-Owner of car
,. Dollar Twins." The boys didn't driven by R.N.Leage (above); 15 w4
""* I
have the million and they weren'ttwins ;
T It MOwtt j days loss of driving privilege.C. .
but the success they had J. Gordon-Lost station tag; rw ..
made Ted realize that band music 5 days loss of driving privilege.R. 4

was his field. However, he gave B. Batten-Lost station tag;
up the violin for the trombone. 5 days loss of driving privilege;
lie organized a band with his W. It. Brown-Lost station tag; 5 sir
brother and when Art left the days loss of driving privilege; L. a

,t tP band Ted continued on his own V. Mundhenke, ADAN-Lost sta-
; and proceeded to roll up an im- tion tag; 5 days loss of driving

f pressive reputation. privilege; G. C. Brown, Pfc.-In- i'-i ,. ...
Back in pre-war years, before I ITed' volved in accident; 15 days loss # ;
]'ed.gave up his band to go into of driving privilege; J. W. Mar-
the Navy, he had a couple of vo- tin, AN-Failed to stop for STOP WHAT A GAL!- Versatility
calists named Perry Como and sign; 5 days loss of driving privi- with a capital IHV" aptly des
Marilyn M a x we 11. Everybody lege. cribes Elizabeth'T.'lor..After
knows how Como and Miss Max Involved in Accident: R. A. her dramatic.portrayal in "A )

well achieved stardom, but what I Main, -ENFN-Restriction of car Place in the' Sun", the MGM!
about Ted until repaired. beauty needn't, depind' on

.' Former Navy Man 1V!. L.: Miller, ADAN-5 days curves to maintain her grip on
When he came out of the Navy, kiss,of driving privilege. stardom. ,It is iwlixpatable, ,
he found that a lot of people had .: r :.J. Spisak, PRAN-15 daysf though, that'It doesn't hurt to n a
"What was that List remark:" forgotten;: him during the war ,....iJil'lfft.! f driving privilege. exhibit them once In a While I,
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ige nd Play In NAS Fliers Bow To

Cage Loop

10.st Opens 21st Hatters 78-56

Ten teams have thus far entered Jax Navy's Fliers were handed their second
. setback of
competition in the NAS intramural ,
It. basketball league bR. the campaign by a towering veteran Stetson quintet, 78-56,
'12 which commences play Monday last Friday on the local court. The loss was the second in
Lie Jan. 21.Teams. seven games for the Fliers.
.. .. .
rd ..
entered date includeO -
loacn; Mcuarirey; lads enter
Of & R, Fasron Six, Hospital, yK tain a surprisingly: strong NAAS date. Summaries.Jax .
gs Operations Supply VP-5, VP-3, Sanford squad Friday at NATTC
:\ NARTU, Personnef{, and VC-62 gym. Sanford gave Rollins a NavyFG FT TPS.

0e from Cecil Field. whale of a game before succumb Reinhardt "".'_"'_"-_",_ 1 4 6
\ There will be a new winner of .. ing by eight points. Rollins Weisel .-......_......_ 0 0 0
a the NAS loop, since NATTCen- 3 n (vl. handed the Fliers their first set Carroll _.._....__.._._._ 0 1 1
s ter, last year's champs, has an r back, before the holidays, 65-49. i Kloss ._..._..______ 0 1 1
ts.n1 I'I" entire league of its own with sixteen The Fliers take to the road after Sehringer __..____ 3 2 8
teams divided into two div Friday for frays with several Strickler _-___ 0 0 0
I:' isions. Present plans call for the tough opponents. Tuesday they Dunkley ___"_ 0 0 0
Lia: winner of the NAS loop to meet 8y > treK to Charleston and Wednesday Sipes _..__.._ 5 1 J1
the champ of the NATTC circuit Yr ( pY they invade Parris Island Pasco __.".__"_ 7 1 15
). lor the all-station cage title. fo. a match with one of the Voyles __.._"_._ 0 0 0
a All games in the NAS league Southeast's strongest court combines CTrabaz r._._..._...._ 3 Z K
r3. will be played at Mainside Gym They return Jan. 18 to Laswell ._"._......._._____. 3 0 6
t and will. start at 1830 if two contest meet Georgia State Teachers, "
'0 a night are to be played or their foe of Wednesday. 22 12 5S

at 1500 if four are to be played. Lead All The Way Stetson

Due to the delay of the opening The Stetson Hatters led all the FG FT TPS.
date, held back due to repair EEPEIFLIER way. in handing the Fliers their Reinking- ""''''''__'_... 8 5 21
work being done on the floor, entries second loss. It was the Stetson Young: ..-..."....__"_.._..._. 113
will be accepted until Monday advantage in height which told Peterson __..___..._ 6 3 15
' Jan. 14 at 1300. STALWARTS-Two former college court performers the story. Finding themselves Rossi __.._.__..._._.... 0 0 0
\i. Whether the loop will be divided "Snake" Sehringer, (left), and Bob Reinhardt, (right), are trailing in the second half, the Smith _..____._ 102
into two separate divisions, among the mainstays of the Jax Navy court squad. Sehringer, 6- locals in an effort to halt the Carlin _,_..-__ 113
'. as was the case last season, depends foot, four-inch, center from Baldwin Wallace College, has been fat moving attack of the Hatters Garrett _.___._._._.._. 000 ..
I.e on the number of total entries outstanding defense, while forward Reinhardt formerly of lost key men via the personalfoul Oksnee _______ 328
according to officials. Southern Illinois University, is one of the high scorers. The Fliers route. Snake Scnringer, Tavinere ____ 6 5 17
play host to NAAS Sanford Friday evening: Franke Sipes and Pat Voyles Hansel _.__._._._._L 317
r went out on fouls. Eaken __._......_..__.._ 102

NAS Bowling League Dispensary AE School Boast Perfect Sipes, recently moved up to the 29 18 78
( ) Varsity from the Jayvees, performed I .
i r Begins Play MondayAnother well in the first half, I

i bowling meeting was Slates In NATTC Hardwood Play.. UD garnering four personal 11 markers.fouls He however picked Jayvees Rebound

held yesterday to complete plans Dispensary and AE School] and left the game in the fourth I
and organization of the NAS '
beaten Marine Permanent Party, quarter.
had perfect records and First Loss
intra-mural bowling league 49-35. The Marines trailed, 40-17, Too Much Height I
\ scheduled to start next Monday, league leads to defend as at the end of the third quarterand
Jan. 14. NATTCenter's basketball in- caught fire in the final The Hatters led in each quarterand
period With
l All ehtries for the league will tra-murals with an 18-point splurge. at the half, 42-28. Dick Rein- Cecil Win
have to be submitted by 1300 were resumed Laffman and Salvatore king of Stetson looped eight
Friday, Jan. 11. Monday following a layoff high scorers for Special Services.were field goals and five tree tossesto Suffering their first loss of the
since December 19. Browne sparked the Marines. amass 21 points as high scorer season against RC Motors, Jax
0: the night. Jim Tavinere of the Navy Jayvees bounced back the
Bauer Sisters National League play in the AMERICAN LEAGUE.W Hatters followed with 17 and the next night to swamp Cecil Field
I week before Christmas saw AE L Fliers' Mutt Pasco meshed 15 78-45, in a City League encoun-
School overcome a surprisingly Dispensary _.. .Um ,,'m ,..._ 6 0 points.
Give Golf Clinic I strong First Lieutenant team 41- Supply .......hh "'h"h,...,., ,_ 5 1 Every man on both benches ter.Coach Beaver's men in their
30. The
First Lieutenants led
by .
Personnel .hm..u..u.... ._ 4 2 got into the fracas as the Fliers first appearance on the court
one point at the quarter and at Special Services ....._._...._ 3 3 tried to stem the How of Stetson since returning from vacation
Exhibition HereThe th_ half. Avard was high scorer AO Ship's Co ............._... 3 3 baskets, while the Hatters were turned back for the first,
for AE. Pl'tch paced the losers. Aircraft Maint ........._....._ 2 4 on keeping a fresh concentrated I time by RC Motors, 7769. The
glamour girls of the fair- AO Students shackled Training AN (P) Ship's Co.-........._ 1 5 team on the floor. I II Jayvees led 17-14 at the first
ways, Alice and Marlene Bauer, Facilities, 46-26, with Nichels Marine Perm. Party ..._.... 06 I i iI quarter but the Motormen pulled
.. treated local fans at a golf clinic. dunking 20 for the Ordnance I NATIONAL LEAGUE I The Fliers, have averaged into a halftime lead of 38-34 and
exhibition Tuesday on the NAS hopefuls. Sinko led TraFac scor- ._ W L ter than 64 points per bet-I I kept ahead for the remainder .of

course. ing.AK AE School ......u......._......_. 5 0 the contest.
Alice and Marlene gave an exhibition fought back from a 15.19 AO Students ..._...?.....-..-.-._. 4 1 Keg Tally of RC Motors' Vinal took high
on proper swing, methods halftime deficit to defeat a determined AK School ......_......_........_ 4 1 I scoring honors with 25 markers
of hooking and slicing and wound Marine Student quintet AN (P) Students _.._._..._ 4 1 Takes 'Bank' Play while teammate Fritts was close
in their clinic with a comic demo 41-38. Nelson swished 19 for TraFac ..._.._........_._.._....... 1 3 I I behind' with 24. Jayvee Jerry
onstration of how a woman play the Storekeepers and Kelley led Marine Students .............. 1 4 Don McCormick had an extra High looped In 23 points. Mostof
ing her first year of golf, approaches the Marines. Commissary ..-..-................_ 0 4 $21.65 for the Christmas; holidaysas the scoring was' scattered.
the game. AN (P) Students dropped Com. First Lt. ...... ...................._... 0 5 a result of posting a high 236 among a few'men.. _
Marlene proved it was the missary, 43-35, with Jackson setting The vengeful Jayvees .' "
swing and not the club that determined the Airman pace and Knob- on the last day of the Break the their wrath upon Cecil, ,\Fj turnedd*) ja. ? .
the-shot when she sent ber high for Commissary.In Mickey Owen, veteran catcher, Bank contest which concludedDec. their next time out. :;. ,
two booming drives down the the American League, Dispensary was given his unconditional release 23.Bill 21-9 lead at'the.flrit Pkl'; pfit .
,. fairway using the back of her had an easy week, winning by the Cubs, December 21. Ziegler who had been Jayvees contlnu. : .: .
driver to hit the ball. by forfeit from Marine Per- I The 35-year-old receiver who leading the pack ,with a 226, had at halftime. ,:?,;" i '" ? .-.;"
Jack Harvey, NAS golf pro manent Party and swamping Air reached the majors with the to settle for second place win- High hit from the floor,1 seven. >\: ,. ti,
teamed with Alice, while Fred craft Maintenance, 73-26. Hobergand Cardinals in 1937 and later star nings of $12.99, while Dick times and dropped in one" Ire.f'/ ; : It ).
Ghioto paired with Marlene in a Gillespie sank 29 and 20 red with the Dodgers, batted only Sutherland pocketed $8.66 for his throw for a high point total :. I., J'
9-hole exhibition of best ball. points respectively for the Med- .184 in 58 games for the Cubs kegling efforts that produced a Mayport will furnish the next .. ',
Alice and Harvey won 1-up. ics; stalwart Chuck Kerr poured last season. 215 high game. opposition for the Jayvees tonight
Alice and Marlene both crossedthe in 19 for the losers. r'J,he three men had vied for the in a City League tilt. Coach Bea-
200 foot mark recularlv on Kerr again- sparked the losine Bill Pierro, Pirate pitcher who lead since the contest began. McCormick ver's men engage an unnamed
their first shots and played an cause as Personnel outpointed was stricken with spinal meningitis had earlier posted a 218 foe in a preliminary to the Jax
excellent short iron game. Aircraft Maintenance, 45-29. May- last April, visited Vice. game for second place. Navy-NAAS Sanford fray Fri-
.. Dave Bauer, father of the two, field led the Yeomen with 21; President Branch Rickey in New There is a little better than $10 day night at NATTC gym.
-4 began teaching the two golf when Kerr notched 20. Earlier, Personnel York. Pierro reported he was recovering in the kitty now, as the January Jax:
Marlene was only four and had outlasted AN P JayveesFG
Alice ( ) Ship's and expected to rejoin edition of the contest gets underway F1'TPS.
10. Father Bauer made a com- Company, ,40-36, after trailing at the Pittsburgh club in 1953. I High _....__ 7 1 15
parison between the
weight quarter'and at the half. Mayfield 1\lichalson
and driving distance and again Personnel. 3 0 6
paced Tom
mented that pound for pound he Davis was high scorer for the Weekly Sports Quiz Resumes Law Duffy ___ 3 2 2 '6\\
believed Alice was the longest Airedales. 0 6
Barney __ 5 1 11
driver, man or woman, around. Second-place Supply had a
Sports day morning. Bring in an- Gay 0 1 1
Alice weighs""102.' ': rough week, squeezing past AOShip's The Weekly Quiz re- your
The Bauer misters 34-33 and sumes today after a twoweekn person or phone ex- v.-aterman __ 5 0 18
opened the Company, being
tension 216 or 8184. Allen _. 5 0 10
new first green, for play The held to a 25-18 win over AN (P) .
three Simenson _
are prizes given 2 1 5
has been under. Ship's in defensive all rest, ,
green construction Company a spots should each week. First __ .
away prize Gallagher __._ 4 0 I
for several months'and was battle. In the first game, AO led fans be ready winner receives $3.00 cash
made ready Just in time for the by one point at the quarter and and rarin' for any and all a +
Bauers to play, it. :Alice and Mar at the half and by two points at questions fired at them. The Sward, 'courtesy second prize of Special Totals. 36 6 78
lene bothcer( 4aHt on 'the hole. the third quarter before Supply the new year claims NAAS Cecil Field
of soft drinks
,.' Alice cM M Btt *ably] on pulled away to win. Doering and /nofso-tough, that. 1S, if you from a the case Navy Exchange FG FT TFS.
the con mention paced AO and Mel is: a meal chit to the Civilian Gelot 2 1 5
to play M..y Gamache was high for AN (P); "With what sports do you Cafeteria goes to the third Szewczyk _-- 5 1 11Lenap
Richardson again set the Ord- associate each of the following winner. _. ,_, -" "-.. -..- 226
There sy steps nancemen pace with 20 points as I terms, (a) baseline (b) blueAll Navy, military and civil- Dupy Oil ,
to skimp_ o put on AO Ship's Company trounced line, (c:) chalkline ..,. ian personnel at NAS, Cecil! Robinson _- 409 t tStagg
your sk v to go Special Services, 68-44. Cobb Remember, no answers will Field and Mayport are eligi ._. ._..-- 009
down th learninghow dunked, 11 for the losers. be expected,prior to 0900 Fri- ble to compete in the contest. ( f + "
to Earlier, Special Services had ,I Totals 19 7 4f

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they are now wearing scrambledeggs
Single woman will share 2-bdrm.
apt. 3216 Riverside Ave. Mar- on their hats. Congratulations '
garet Hilbert. Ph. ext. 8270. to them both on their recent

6-rms., partly furn. Also 5-rm promotions to Commander.Lt. .

turn or unfurn. bungalow Mrs, I (jg) Don Taber has recent.

Kemp Ph. 81347. I ly been assigned as Transportation
After Jan. 14 furn. apt. 3819 Her- Superintendent and V-l Di. v
schel St. Mrs. Bon. Ph. 24553.
vision officer while Lt. Carl Seitz
Single rm., furn. 852 St. Clair has been assigned the duties of
Mrs. Breese. Ph. 8-3992. Administrative assistant' in the '

2-rms., furn, 1437 Belvedere Ave. NAB-6 Public Works office. Kit-
Raynelle Dougherty. Ph. 2-
6926. ty Lewis of NAB-6 Public Works

Single rm. furn. Mrs. U. G. Bowden and hubby, Al, spent part of the

2503 Dellwood Ave. Ph. ___. .. n. n..n._....__ ...__...m.m_.....__ __...___._______.""... ____ holiday visiting relatives in South

7-5626. I AWARDED CERTIFICATES-Fifteen of the 281 civilian supervisors enrolled in the Super- Carolina.
2-rm. apt. 318 West Union St. J. I visor Development Program are shown here with certificates received for having successfully Olive Fleming is certainly all
M. Saucer. Ph. 4-7936. completed the program. Presentations were made by Comdr. James Armstrong, NAS executive officer. smiles these days. Reason: Takea
5-rm. house, furn; vacant after First row, left to right, are, Cecil W. Acree, Jr.; Arlington W. Bennett; Albert L. Betancourt; Florine look at her third finger left
Jan. 15. 8403 Paul Jones. Dr. S. Gannaway and James M. English Jr. Second row, left to right, Arthur W. Allen; Edison O. hand. '
and Mrs F. E. Nat. Ph. 48311. Umstot (senior training supervisor, director of program); Alfred Szarriianski; Francis R. Gardner; Bobbie Coleman of the Con
3rm. apt., furn. Also 2-rm. apt., Michael Cascone; F. Ray Forrest; Philip D. Myers; Donald II. Moran; Robert F.\ Taylor; Wendell tract Section is resigning this
Patrick and Kenneth M. McDuffie.
418 Libertv St. Mrs.. C. A... Stadt-. week. We hate to see Bobbie
man. Ph.: 45676. n.n leave and will miss her Mildred
Furn. house 1 bdrm. 6250 Ortega I I Aim For Efficiency FOwler.retrrned to work;

Farms Blvd. Mr. Willard. Ph. 2- Tuesday mornin l;'after a wonder.
7595. ful trip spent in New York during .
Training Certificate to SupervisorsFor
Furn. apt., also single rooms. the holidays.
2601 Park St. Mrs. Bessie Hous Bess Nail of Housing, and hub..
ton. Ph. 8-2770. Of Local by Ollie,' made a trip over tM
2-bdrm. apt., furn. 5201 San Juan. Completion ProgramOver holidays to Ripley, Tenn., visit,1
ing their daughter Olive Best
Mrs. Geiger. Ph. 25677. seventy percent of the 281 civilian supervisors enrolledin
We the trip was 'most enjoy-
After 24 Jan. new apt., unfurn. the Supervisor Development Program for 1951 met the minimum wish to express our appreciation able. Floyd Caylor of Design
with kitchen. 3551 Post St., Mrs. requirements for satisfactory participation and were presented with other to John Hoffman and all spent part of the holidays in Oklahoma ,I
who "
Supply-ers helped
Rogers, Ph. 29-935. the Department of the Navy's Certificate of Training I make the annual informal Christmas for a family reunion.All .
I 3-rm. apt., furn. 1110 Riviera St :The Navy's Supervisor Development I -
Mrs. Houter, Ph. 9-4519. I Program is aimed toward and Eugene L. Griffin Master party the success that it was, is quiet on the Maintenance
%-rm. apt., furn. 445 W. 18th St. making n.or. efficient and Mechanic, Public Works were and especially to :Beulah Wise 'I front after the holidays and everyone -
Miss Harden. Ph. 68906. I effective the performance of supervisors top participants in the 1952 pro and other members of Services is settling down again.
Furn apt., 2077 Hyde Park Rd. through the developmentof gram from the standpoint of Branch. Charlie Pate and Al Stonebanksare
Mrs. B. C. Overby. Ph. 21496. supervisory knowledge and hours given through attendanceand Congratulations to Fiscal i boasting they finally got
t {-rm. downstairs apt., and 2rm. techniques. Participation in the as instructors. Branch for the usual outstanding those deer last weekend at Palm
upstairs apt. both unfurn. 627 program is required of all civilian Ninety four of 113 Public decoration of their offices, Valley. John Woodrum and Ken
Addison Ave. Mrs. Herring. Ph. supervisors and is on a continuing Works supervisors enrolled com- which was supervised again this neth Sparkman pulled in eight.
43248. basis requiring 36 hours pleted the course, the followingwith Christmas by Thelma Conner of een speckled perch at Santa Fe

Single\ rm. furn. 907 Copeland St. minimum participation for satisfactory 100 per cent attendance: Accounting.. last weekend.
Mrs. Genereux. Ph. 75474. completion for the year. Edith Brooks, Willis S. Melson The new Recreation Committee
Single rm. furn. 1319 Hamilton Jim Smith, Dalong H. Batton Among those who spent the is being elected and will b*
St. Mrs. Marchus. Ph. 8-3829. Alfred Szarmanski Foreman, Damiano Montalto James L holidays out of town were Kay announced shortly.
3-rm. furn. apt. 925 Rosselle St. Myers, Frank Ironmonger, JohnW. Parker of Cost and Reports Sec S. tNavJ's
E. H. Rhodes Ph. 82655. Plainville St. Mrs. Linn, Jr., Arthur B. Scarboro, tion, who visited her family in
'. FOR SALE Hough. Ph. Thomas Andreu, D. W. R. Cam- Jacksonville, North Carolina that First Rabbi
2-bedrm. house concrete block. Supply 11283931. Fiscal department eron, Shirley Piper Lester V. is! Also Lillian Weathers, who Was
n T aniiittr at OQ".1 W' Tenth Rountree and J. Frank Nettles. went to Corbin Ky. and Emily Captain Army
SC'Th-ic'y is at 2959 W.: 10th MISCELLANEOUSRiders Burnett, who visited in Cuthbert, Private in WWINew
St. with Mr. Truskowski. wanted to San Francisco.I Supply and Fiscal had 69 of the Georgia.
4V.: rms., garage. Equity $800. Leaving 14-15 Jan Mrs. James 105 supervisors enrolled receiving Honeymooning in New Orleans York (AFPS--Joshua L.
1147 Woodruff Ave. Chief Ta- Bird. Ph. 2-7419. certificates. Twelve of them during Christmas week Goldberg, chaplain of the Third
rut. Ph. ext. 562. Ride wanted from College and had perfect attendance. They are, were Maines Frank Finley, electrician Naval District, is the first Jewish
Trier _8 Spartan Model 27-foot-I Acosta. Working hours: 0800- Marion Fulcher, William H. Her- in Supply, and his new chaplain In Navy history to attain r
er, furn. Ernis Fish and Trailer 1630. Rose Stone. Ph. 245. rington Henry H. Behrens Mar- bride, the former Mary Elizabeth the rank of: captain on active
Camp, Orange Park. Contact E. Two riders wanted from Ocean- cus F. Howell, Frank Reiter, McAlnin. of White Snrines. Thev duty. -
J. Holifield Rt. 1 Box way or Duval Station to NAS Hartley A. Steeves Wilson married and-s're
102-D. Aubrey were Dec. 27 living Capt. Goldberg, who was the
House furn. or unfurn. 1505 Jacksonville. Contact Mr. Ris- William D. Phillips DonaldB. in Macclenny. first chaplain to enlist In the Navyin
man. Ph. ext. 303. Whitner, Bertha Mehlman, I WWII, has served for 10 years.
NATTCenter I, Ride wanted. Southside. 0800- Eustis R. Stone and Thomas J. Douglas McKee has left Tech In WWI he won five of the six
1630. Mrs. McCall. Ph. ext. 483. Hasle. nical branch
to return to collegeat battle stars awarded him duringthe
Baby sitter Miss Joyner. 2120 Supervisors from Industrial Relations Auburn, Alabama, where he is
war as an Army private
k (Continued
Page Herschel St. Ph. 2-9502. Administration Security in
the School of Veterinary
"A" course receive the training Baby sitter, Mrs. ValeriaEd- and Medical departments also received Medicine. New Officer in the I. The late Navy Secretary JamesV.
needed for Third Class and the mondson. Ph. 81471. certificates. Twenty one Forrestal awarded him the
Control Branch' CHPCLK Eugene
"B" students receive the latest, Baby sitting, daytime only. Mrs.J. of the 24 supervisors enrolled W. Fields Bill Fudgeof green commendation ribbon when
most advanced electrical instruction he was assistant to the chief of
W. Walker. 2358 College St. from Cecil Field earned certifi- Traffic Section is recovering
in the Navy. TheAE School Ph. 78128. cates as did two from the Naval from fractures suffered from a chaplains In. WWII.
has graduated 1,116 students this Baby sitter, Carol Dodson 211-B Hospital and one from the Fuel fall at his home. his -
week before
, Hancock I a new daughter
rear.I St. Ph. ext. 556. Terminal.
I :AK: School has only the "A" We are' sorry to report Evelvn arrived, Dec. 27
e ;" the" storekeeper stu- Green orServic'es Branch and Now employed at the Guided
t. ee'h,.Jidred and eighty -' '.' : : \ : Delores Feinber of Receipt Con- I Missile Center at Cocoa is electri-
) ,
UnVfttuaenta"\vere' graduated in :. .. ..':..". ",' ,. ..... .: .. lr.I : trol on the hospital list Jake cal engineer Lloyd Wyckoff, formerly
$ i Oates of Stock Control of Time Leave and ,
:" was givena Payroll -
1t'1! !'sum''total of' the progress : JY': baby shower by his coworkersTwo I section. _
I ,
Center on its first anniversary J :
is the largest single com Two Employees Cited For Efforts
mand south of Norfolk reactivated >' ,
and 20,000 trained technic- I ','" .: < : I
ians sent to.the. fleet.. .. 'M I In Beneficial Suggestion Program

,,' _
IN RECALLING the anniver-
Overhaul & de- -
sary, Captain Rice commented r partment employees Repair have, been I I service from the Secretary of the
"It is with a great deal of pride gi I Navy.
honored the Departmentand
1 1t' by Navy
; : .
that we at the Center view the For of his .
'' the commanding officer of one top suggestions, ..
progress of 1951, but it is well I ,....,, :' 7.': the Naval Air Station Capt. I I Estes was awarded $392 for the
for us at this time to rededicate <' :;......- Douglas T. Day for their achieve- idea of drilling a hole in an anchor
ourselves to our mission of the bracket to
: ments in the Beneficial Suggestion permit moistureto
Naval Air Technical Training ( ; Program. drain out of the brake assem-

Command."It I : William D. Estes leadingman, bly when the aircraft was in _
is our purpose to assist the aircraft mechanic general and I landing attitude. By this simple
forces afloat and ashore by sup \ Wordie C. Merritt, aviation met- expedient, (corrosion was prevent.
plying Naval Aviation personnel alsmith, who have saved the ed, at a savings of $34,000 a year.
with the finest technical training .
ft. : Navy more than $200,000, won the I
possible-training in methods of j honors. Merrill's! suggestion for pre..

operation, maintenance repair, .:!t1 ., .. Estes, who has had eleven of forming stainless steel parts to

and utilization to Naval of Aviation.equipment peculiar .)"..,-- .ft-" L.... .M\-.-'",,-,..-'.......-. -----,.-. -A'M'..-....- his suggestions adopted by the be spot-welded to damaged wing/
Navy, which awarded him $1,187 gap panels of aircraft is being Incorporated -
Training of 'the Navy's newest FIRST JET 'COPTER-The first successful flight by a gas in cash awards had three of his on all aircraft assemblies '
technicians in fundamentals and turbine shaft-powered helicopter is engineered by former Navy suggestions mark up an overall being'-werhftulfdhlhrough-- '
increasing of efficiency older pilot William R. Murray as he test-flies the experimental K-225 '
savings of $55,000 in the first out the NMerritt r:"" i .:,
ones in the fields: of Naval Aviation for the Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics. Powered by a 175-horse- year, ,I Uof $550fom
Electricity, Ordnance, and power gas turbine unit, the Jet powered "eggbeater" recently for the Au '1' theNaval
Supply, is the primary functionof completed a series of tests at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, Conn. In all, his record shows a save A. in. addi-
the Naval Air Technical The engine is similar in principle to those used in jet planes with ings to the Navy of more than tional $2'rcKpartment .....i]ivy De- ,I
Training Center, Jacksonville. the velocity of the exhaust gases directed to turn the shaft>> of the $150,000 a feat which won him ,!' t. ,
We intend to see that this mis- rotor blades. Navy engineers believe the gas turbine will Improve 'congratulations of Congressman from U bf atthe '
sion is fully"carried out in the I 'copter performance since it U half the weight of the comparable: Charles Bennett, and a cer- Navy. Hi i; ted toI
rear of 1952. I :500-pound; piston engine. tificate of meritorious civilian realize a i.
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