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 17, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r I Armed Forces Pay Hike Passed By House ...It's Now Up To SenateA I .

10 per cent increase in vote and signature by the ately.. ents. The fact that highest :

military pay was passed President observers feel The latter was raised Flying and other }liazafd ranking officers would get 1

that it will be March 1 before from $1.05 to $1.20 per day incentive pays, overseas an increase of more than 15[ ,
Tuesday by the House the bill becomes effec- in last November as a result pay and re-enlistment bonuses times that of privates was .j

and now awaits action by of amendment of the are not affected by hotly contested in the

the Senate and final approval tive.The 10 per cent hike Career Compensation Act the new bill.Tuesday's. House by economy advo-

by President Truman would increase all active in October vote on the cates. They said the latter

before becoming law. and retired basic pay rates Increases under the new measure by the House was needed the raise most.

If passed by the Senate, all quarters allowances including measure would range from 26989.30 votes more than Supporters of the bill !

and approved by the President the special depend $7.50 a month for recruits the two-thirds majority required said enlisted men had the

the bill will become ents' assistance allowancesand without dependents to to pass the bill un- raise coming to cover gen- I

effective on'tl1e first day of all subsistence allow- $114.68 for some officers of ded a suspension of rules.It erally higher prices. They '

, the first month after the ances except those paid to the rank of Rear Admiraland was the first major bill maintained that nothing

... bill's enactment. Making allowances enlisted personnel who are above with| maximum passed by either House in could adequately repay men

for the Senate authorized to. mess separ- service and with depend- the new session. serving in Korea. ;

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,. For Gallantry Keep GivingBlood "

Two Marines Win Donations :

Bronze Star Medal Falling Short Of : '

For Korea ActionTwo ----- - Daily Set Quotas !

Marines VOL-9 No. 40 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 17 Jan. 1951 The Blood Center at the Naval I
recuperating Air Station started the I
at the Naval Hospital here week Monday with eleven don I

, from wounds received the ors short of the daily quota of
t on f 1
48, an indication that complacency
Korean battlefield, were may ave set in. \
Regular scheduling was interrupted I
awarded the Bronze Star somewhat by the ,

Medal for gallantry in action long holiday season, but it has. \
while serving with the FirstMarine been pointed out that there has f
been no let up the need for f
Division last year. blood plasma by fighting men i

Corporals William Ott of Os. in Korea. t f
Reports tend to indicate that r
bornville, N. J., and Talmadge J. the American Red Cross national j
. Wheeler of Hinesville, Ga., were blood program is fail. ;
presented the medals by Capt. ing dishearteningly with the
Dwight J. Wharton, commandingofficer civilian population failing to !
of the Naval Hospital, at heed the appeal. This makes it j jI

... the regular staff inspection last I more necessary than ever for ;
Friday afternoon. servicemen and civilian employees :
of the military establishments

Ott awarded the
Cpl. was
to maintain their
Bronze Star for action with an
First Battalion given quotas, it is being em
infantry company .
First Marine Division in covering phasized.Starting
in February this dif
the withdrawal of the assault i
and evacuation of ference must made up by
platoon men and women of the station
casualties Mungdam-ni on '
near and its attached commands.
June 10, 1951. His citation readsin
Personnel from Glynco Na-
part: aval Air Facility will join the
list of donors at the local Blood
"Although subjected to accurate NEW STYLE BARGES- Center beginning next week. '

enemy small arms automatic Workmen complete belting: On Jan. 21, 24, 28 and 31, some
weapons and mortar fire, he con covers (top photo) down on 100 personnel from Glynco will
tinually exposed himself by as- deck of new-type sectionalized
donate in lots of 25 men each
sisting in placing his gun m an > a x w e t 3 ge barge constructed for the .

effective position and securing vital s Army, under Navy supervision, -day.AirNewsMoving- _______n_____ .__
ammunition so that the gun in the yard of the Bushnell
could be kept in action. His determination Steel Co. in Jax. Three sectionsof
and disregard for his the barge BK-7992 are shown
own personal safety contributed neatly nested and ready for
greatly to the saving of the lives shipment (bottom photo). Eight To New LocationThe
of many Marines, and preventeda sections make up the newtypebarge.
possible enemy counterattackwhile 'I .
a new assault was being JAX All NEWS will

launched by friendly forces." I operate from its new location .'

-. Cpl. Wheeler received the 109 Take E-5 effective today from .I
Bronze Star for heroic achievement offices of
while escorting wounded topside Building
Marines along a ridge line lead : ExaminationsApproximately 930, southeast (left) wing.

ipg to the battalion aid station Moving from its present

.. on May to 31,a 1951.rifle He company.was then First attached First New Type Barge I personnel attached 109 to enlisted NAS location in the Main Administration I

Battalion, Fifth Marines. His ci- building, the
reads in Jacksonville participated in the JAX AIR NEWS will share
tation part:
I For Army Built In Jax Pay Grade E-5 examinationsheld the building with Special I
"With complete disregard for here Tuesday morning, Services which also has its
his personal safety, he placed
Jan. 15. offices in the building
himself in a position to draw en- The BK-7992, the first of a new type barge to be completed for Prospective second class pet-
emy fire-away from the woundedand I delivery to the U. S. Army, was ready for shipment today in the Entrance to the editorial i
cooly returned the fire, skill- yard of the Bushnell Steel Company in Jacksonville. ty officers reported to Building offices of the JAX AIR i
fully maneuvering so as to draw Known as nesting" barges, 551 at NATTCenter where NEWS can be gained t
the enemy away from the party. in DESIGNED by Army engineersand they voiced their claim for an
constructed eight the 'main
Although painfully wounded in they are through :
constructed under supervision additional chevron in the semiannual '
the leg, he continued to engage sections which telescope for ship where directions will be !
the enemy until he was sure the ping purposes and are assembledat of the Navy, the barges are advancement in rate ex- posted.
wounded had been carried to-positions the point of use. The sectionsof 81-feet long, 22 feet wide, draw I aminations.
of safety, and only then five feet of water when loaded, -
sought:( cover for himself." the barges are interchange and weigh 65 tons each. To the USS Philippine Sea :
(Please Turn to Page 3, Col. 1) able.
Primarily built for transporting -

CARRIER USS LEYTE ARRIVES tanks, the barges are so Capt. Smith Leaves Post Here :1

I adaptable they can be used fortemporary i

FOR 2-WEEK TRAINING CRUISEUntil bridges and piers, or
extended by adding more sec. I As ComFairJax Chief Of Staff }

... A veteran of Korean naval her return to the United tions. S After 18 months of duty as
warfare USS the 27,000-ton CV-32)aircraft States last year she had spent COSTING slightly more than Chief of Staff and Aide to I
carrier Leyte ( arrived -
the 18 months on sea
previous .
in the Jacksonville area Only two months of this regular barges, due to their sectional Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville
yesterday to commence training duty.period were in home waters. feature, it is said that the Capt. Allen Smith,
exercises with local air Jr. departed last week to assume -
',. economic value of easy shippingand [ ,
squadrons and Cecil from Field.NAS Jacksonville During: a one year period in replacement of sections that 4 a ; N w1 command of the carrier ;j
cruised some
Korea the Leyte
Cruising off the.coast of Florida 86,000 miles and planes from might incur damage, more than USS Philippine Sea. J'
s Successor to Captain Smith will
for' approximately two air units operating from her offset this.: _
be Howard V, from :
Capt. Hopkins
weeks the Leyte will be avail deck flew 2,406,000 milesin under
flight | The Bushnell Company
able to local squadrons for the office of Naval Operations in .
training in various phases of The 4,536 Leyte's aircraft provided supervision of Capt. W S. Bitler, Y Washington, D. C. Until the arrival I
carrier. procedure. ground support to United Nations of th'e office of Superintendent of of Captain Hopkins in 'February 1

'... Exercises will be under the forces to the Manchurian Ships, Sixth Naval District, is training, Comdr.officer Robert of the Fleet G. Dose Air
control of Rear
operational border and then helped the Marines of the new j
Admiral Osborne B. Hardison, evacuating the Chosin constructing eight Staff, will fill the post of Chief
Commander Fleet Air Jackson- resefvoif. During the Hung- barges, with one per week com- of Staff and Aide.
Captain Smith
began I
ville. nam evacuation they providedair ing off the line. f
at NAS Jacksonville on July
support. To companies engaged mainlyin 5, 1950 when he relieved the acting 1
Commissioned in 1946, the In this period the Leyte'splanes
steel fabrication and Chief of Staff and Aide.
which is of fired more than a million structural I
carrier Leyte, one offer Comdr. Charles H. Turner. Prior '
the nested barges
the Essex type carriers, was one rounds of .50 caliber ammunition plate work, since no to his Jacksonville assignment -;
of the first flattops to operatein and rockets. a new enterprise Captain Smith attended tha "
The bargesare
of they' ways are necessary.
Korean waters and while Wartime complement
and course at the Industrial College
neatly ---
there she compiled an impressive veteran carrier is 2,500 officers simply packed :
shipped by rail. 1 Capt. Smith (Please Turnto Page S, Col. 2)r .
record of air strikes.: and men.



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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 17 January ,?

D Report From Washington -

/A TOA7:

.I 300,000 4F's: Face Re-Examination

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Ail
Station. Jacksonville.

Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Set Up First Jet-Propelled 'laboratory'
CaPt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer
Com r. James H. Armstrong .Executive OfficerLt. ( Armed
By Forces Press Service) pletion of a television training program pen- M*"
Gordon D. Walker. Public Information Officer Some 300,000 men previously classified 4.F sored jointly by the Bureau of Naval Person-
Fleet Air Jacksonville: for mental reasons will be le-exammed by nel and the Bureau of Ships of the Navy
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander draft boards for possible induction into the Department The training was part of the
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff Service, the Department of Defense has an Armed Forces program of applying television
nounced. This action with the techniques to military uses.
Fleet Air Wine Eleven is in conformity .
Capt. Jesse S. McClure __.____._.__ CommanderComdr. provisions approved by Congress which cut
Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff OIficerNaval the minimum mental standards for accept- A re\ised Code of Ethics for Air Police
ance. which outlines the manner in which they
Air Technical Center
: Training .
Capt. Lester K. Rice _______.._........- Commanding Officer should make apprehensions, treat prisoners ...
Comdr. William A. Hood .......... u.. ...... ................ u, .Executive Officer The nations first jet-propelled "laboratory" etc., will make manual its appearance as part of a
for high-speed flight testing of turbojet en- new Air Force Publication and distribution -
Naval Hospital gines of advanced design has been placed in of the manual is expected within the
Caps. Dwight J. Wharton- Commanding Officer! operation by the General Electric Company. next two or three months.
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer .
Company's Fliht Test Division said that
NARTU the "jet laboratory," a four-jet North American To meet the increasing need for trained 001
Capt. Easton B. Noble .._....... ..._.._......'__h" Commanding Officer B-45 bomber carrying a fifth test enginein field medical administrative officers the Med
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer a specially-designed nacelle under the ical Service Corps has been authorized to commission .

Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration bomb bay, was first flown in preliminary tests selected graduates of the Army Officer
several months ago. Candidate School at Ft. Riley Kans. At
building Phone extension 8184. least 216 OCS selectees will enter training by

Staff Members: Editor-Andrew Marian Sprenger H., J03 Planey; Mary Bixones JOSN: The Navy has announced that 35 ships of its July 1, 1952. .

Dave Devroy, SA. Mediterranean Fleet will visit Spanish ports Coast Guard Resene Circular No. 9.51 outlines .
this month, The vessels the
early including
the JAX AIR !NEWS is published weexry It the U. S. Naval Air Station a new program which provides, in areas
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed o n I ppioprlatcd iundit (cruiser USS Des Moines, flagship of the Sixth
where Coast Guard
: lllllnc'lttOJ: : there are no Organized or
P-33, Rev will dock
no expense to the government and tn : Fleet, at eight Spanish ports.
Nov. 1915 Copies: art distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the Volunteer Reserve Units, for training USC-
Naval Air Resent raining Lrut. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and GR personnel with Navy Reserve units. Under
the U, S. Naval Hospital The 31st Infantry Division stationed at Ft. the plan, both officers and enlisted USCGR
The JAX AIR NEWS I II a member of the Armed Forces Press St'rvlc Jackson, S. C., will be transferred to Camp ,
the drills of
personnel can
without join organized
AFPS material appearing In thU publication may not be reprinted
the written permission or Armed Forces Press Service Republication of other Atterbury, Ind., April, 1952, the Departmentof the Naval Reserve and receive regular drill
matter except by service publications, Is p.ohlbltedU out permission ol the Army has announced. Principal reason pay which will be paid by the Coast Guard.
Editor: JAX AIR NL\VS for the transfer is that Camp Atterbury offers e .

better facilities both for training the division The Army Ordnance Corps has awarded a
VA Reports- 'and housing its troops. contract: to the American Steel Foundries of
5.5 Chicago for the reactivation and operation of
Diplomas have been awarded to 19 commissioned the huge Cast Armor Plant at East Chicago
Servicemen Can Renew and non-commissioned officers of the Ind. Full production of tank hulls and turretsis

Navy by the Philco Corporation upon com- expected to be achieved by next fall

NSLI After DischargeEditor's Unveil Lighter NARTU Jax "'

( Note Many Servicemen from Korea and elsewhere are ,
being discharged now. Their most frequent questions concern their .30 Cal. RifleThe
rights to Government life insurance. This is the third of four articleson To Select I' .:
this subject prepared by the Veterans Administration and distributed Army has unveiled a new

by AFPS.) lightweight rifle capable of firinga OC Students
new type .30 caliber cartridgeat
When you leave active military service with a Government term the full automatic rate of TOO t
policy in force under waiver of premiums you have only 120 days rounds per minute. Four enlisted "Weekend Warriors" .
from the date of jour separation or release to begin paying the attached to organized re-
The rifle weighs 8 lbs., about
serve squadrons at NARTU Jack
to Veterans Administration. '
premiums again 13/4 lbs. less than the M-l It is 4. sonville will be selected as possible -
Otherwise, you run the risk of 1 the .operated and at the present "
the same type as expired pol- gas officer candidate students it
not having any Government life icy. You must apply to VA with I time at least two variations in the : was announced today at NARTU.
insurance. in force after the 120 in the 120 days of your dischargeand mechanical design have proven' Now open is the Reserve Officer .
day post service period has ex !
submit evidence of good satisfactory.The 1V Candidate program in which
'M 4a
pired. health through a physical exam new cartridge: called the each year 1,250 Naval Reservistswho
The phrase, "under waiver of ination. You also must pay the T-65 looks like the present are enrolled in college are

premiums," applies to either a required premium. These applications standard round but is shorter and I ,, ..... I selected to receive special sum-
term policy that you wanted to should be submitted to lighter in weight. This makes it ;;1 I mer training that leads to a commission -
keep in force while you were in Veterans Administration, Wash available for use in rifles and 9-KILL JET ACEMajor I upon graduation from

Service without paying premiums ington 25, D. C I machine guns having mechanisms George A. Davis, Jr., of Lubbock college
and for which you applied (under (Next Week: Permanent Plan shorter and therefore lighter thanis Tex., makes the familiar Must Be In School
Section 622 of the MbLI Act). Government Policies Under Waiver I possible with the standard .30 sign of triumph as he climbs Each applicant is required to be
or Surrendered for Cash caliber ammunition out of Ills jet. Major Davis enrolled in good standing in an
This waiver ordinarily continues Value.) I The new rifle is now at the made Korean air-war history accredited.college, junior college,
for the duration of jour active j- stage of development as that of by shooting down three RedTU2 or university and must intend to
service plus 120 days after the M-l when it was adopted in twin-engined bombersand remain in school until graduated.
separation or release. 1936. More than a million roundsof one MIG-15 jet fighter If selected he, or she is sent to

If you keep the policy in force T-65 ammunition have been No other U. S. flier has destroyed summer sessions for two annual
fired. that Communist six-week periods and receives a' ,
fitter the 120-day post-service period From the tests it has been determined many ....
Naval Reserve commission along
you should pay the required the rifle planes on a single mission. ..
that new in
to Veterans Administration Major Davis has shot down a with baccalaureate.
Washington 25, D. C, the hands of a skilled marksmanwill total of nine Red jets, making To Select fcligibles
48 hits minute at
deliver per Members of the Organized Re-
within the 120 day period. him 1 a morethanfullfledgedace.
100 yards on a man-size target serve squadrons at NARTU are
Even though this premium may The M-l under the same circumstances presently being polled for eligible .
be paid within the first few daysof is capable of only 34 hits.It best steel helmets at ranges be- personnel. All candidates
the 120.day period, it will not has also been shown that the yond 1,200 yards and both sidesof must prove their status in good
be applied on the policy that is new cartridge will penetrate the a truck body at hah that range. standing at college and furnish a
under waiver until the first premium The Army also has revealed I transcript upon the completion of
falls due after the 420-day Like To Teach? that other rifles incorporating the current semester. Each must
period following the person's sep- semi and fully automatic featuresand also undergo a Midshipman'smediC'al
aration or release from active t I of lighter weight than the examination and then appear -

tervice .' You Can If You 'I M-l have been designed for the before the NARTU ROC Se-
new cartridge but design featuresare lection Board which will convene
For that reason, you should still under security wraps at 0900, Feb. 17
make your first premium payment Are QualifiedBuPers (AFPS). From rolls of applicants, the
as soon after separation,or I four most eligible will be ..selected -
release as possible and thus guard De-Mothball\ Carrier I' for consideration by the Bu-
against having your policy lapse has issued a call for 'De-mothballing' of the Essex reau of Naval Peisonnel. .
alter the 120 days have passed. enlisted male and female instruc- class carrier USS Hancock in Last year the summer sessionswere
for units at the Recruit
tors special
Two factors affect you if jour Commands at San Bremerton, Wash. has begun. The conducted at Treasure Island -
term NSLI or USGLI policy expired Training carrier will be converted and California, but the site of
Great Lakes and Bain-
Diego, this ear's school has not been
while you were in active modernized to handle bigger and j
bridge. I announced to date.
henvier blanes
instruction units "
These special :
1. If jour period of term insur- will include basic naval orientation
!.nce expired while you were inactive and small group training' in Enlisted Men's Clothing Gets
service and while the polio +F fYaQ ; fundamental skills of reading, I
were under waiver of premiums -
cies writing and arithmetic as required -
the law provides for auto for effective service in the 20 Per Cent Slash 'In Cost:

matic renewal of your insurance Navy.Complete. .. ,
for another five-jear period with instructions for sub. It's welcome news to the enlisted to $1.75 from $2.00 and chambray f
premiums waived for the remain- mitting requests for this duty can men's shirts $1,10 from $1.35.
der of your active service, plus be found in Circular Letter No. Black leather gloves are now
J20 days thereafter. 212-51 reprinted in Navy Depart Effective January 1st NAS on sale for $3.00 along with
ment Bulletin of Dec. 15, 1951. small stores instituted a new most other articles of clothing. .
2. If you did not apply for a Requests will be accepted for price list for enlisted men's The new listing saw one raise '
waiver on your term insurance any rating, preferably pay grade clothing and footwear. An ap- of price in that navy hash- ,
and your policy expired while ,. E-7, but if otherwise qualified proximate 20 per cent slash in marks went from 5c to lOc. ;
you were in active service after "" personnel of any pay grade are prices of most items was madein Raincoats remain the same. J
April 25, 1951, the law grants :you COLD WEATHER GARB- acceptable. You must be a high accordance with directives price r Jr
the right to apply for new insurance "V a po r Barrier" principle school graduate with'a minimum from Navy Bureau of Suppliesand The reduction was made pos-
in the same amount and of' embodied in this new molded GCT score of 55. Experience; in Accounts. sible because of reduced prices
I plastic cold weather garment teaching in elementary or secondary Blue dress jumpers ($16.50)are of materials recently purchased _
Poor Sight No Barrier developed by Army QM! may schools, or in adult citi- now 12.50; blue undress Advancements made by -y
revolutionize Army winter zenship or opportunity courses is jumpers ($11.65) are now $7.10 the Navy in the blending of
To Safety In Flying combat uniforms. Jacket and highly desirable. Also you must and overoats are reduced from' certain fabrics are also expected -
trousers, made of soft, sponge- have demonstrated ability in $39.65 to $32. Also effective in to bring about added reductions I
Washington (AFPS) Student rubber-like plastic, will be sub- dealing with problems of enlisted the cutback are low-cut black and further conservation
with vision learn to I jected to numerous tests before men, especially slow learners. shoes down to $6.50; high-cut I of wool issues.
pilots poor issue to troops. Designed to be The recently established three- black shoes from $7.50 to $6.25; As soon as current stocks of
fly more slowly than those with I' worn without undergarments, year tour of shore duty for all en- blue trousers down to $12.20 the old style trousers ore ex- I
normal vision, but achieve equally -'I'' the suit would minimiie need listed instructor personnel is applicable from $15 and cotton undershirts hausted they will be replaced .
good safety records, the Civil of drying wet clothing in field, to the enlisted instruc (60c) now listed at 45c. by the new zipper front trous-
'Aeronautics Administration reported since ,the plastic material is, tors who are assigned to special Dungaree trousers dropped ers.
recently impervious to water. training units. -I II
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j'---" 17 January JAX AIR NEWS Page'Inre.' I

L K k JJ_ : Railroads Extend .

Station -',

r' Furlough Fares :: S

Dialogue .............,.. ... ............

Until June '52 (By Armed Forces Press Service. )

("Station Dialogue" providesan Maj. Gen. William K Harrison.
opportunity for military and Washington (AFPS) -The na former Commanding Generalof
civilian personnel of NAS to voice tion's railroads have extended reduced w Jr.
their opinion on a question. put furlough fares for military a' r Ft. Dix, Nt J., has been assign
to them by a Jax: Air News re- personnel traveling at their own ed to FEACOM as Deputy Commander .
". porter.) I expense until June 30, 1952. The i of the 8th Army in Korea
fares were due to expire Jan. 31, .
Today's question is: "Doyou 1952. /

think the United Nations is a success This means a continuation of The Navy's fourth Ta'ng class

? What future does it face?" the tax-exempt round trip fares : r a'kiy submarine, USS Harder was recently
for military personnel on fur I
launched at Groton, Conn.
lough at the rate of 2.025 cents a
Thomas Berry, AKAN, O&R: mile or less, constituting a savingof .
New courses in Ranger training
cent mile. The fareis
1 think it is up good to one in coaches a only and includes .< will open soon at The Infan-

1'i" k. ,; as far I regular stop-over and baggage try School, Ft. Benning, Ga. The
'i" has gone, privileges.The I eight week "Ranger Course" will
be to grade offi.
open company
I don't furlough fare is a voluntary
.4"I cers and enlisted men of corporal
I gesture on the part of the
it's done 'I nation's railroads. After discus- rank or higher. The five-day
.,\ on the sions sponsored by the Military "Ranger Orientation Course" offers .
\ situa- : Traffic Service, Department of a brief familiarization of

!, .. I believe I Defense, between military and Ranger training for general or
field officers.
I Berryit railroad officials, the furloughrate grade .
will exist, but I don't think it was put into effect Dec. 15, I I *
I will prevent a third world war." 1950. s I I The battleship USS New Jersey -

j 9 "" '" ,.. and the 13,000-ton cruisers
'S ,
f "
; USS Helena and USS Toledo
Drake O&R are
Neil : .
Partial. Capt. Smith .",'.,: :>tr. ., "Q.f I on their way back to the U. S.
- -- --
or'I I
after fighting Communist force
but it could be I
(Continued from Page 1) off Korea. I
I more success- *
ful if Russia of the Armed Forces in Washing. USAF armament test facilities

and the Satellites ton, D. C. have been transferred to the Air
I, The former Chief of Staff is a Research and Development Com
could native of Cincinnati, O., but as i I
mand from the Air Proving
team of colonel trav- PAINLESS DONATION. Willard F Oleson, Phase Two
I together.In the son an Army I Ground Command. These facilities
officer of the Airmen Prep School at NATTCenter, gives with
any case, I N eled extensively' before entering which carry out engineering
broad smile he congratulates Chief Arthur McGinty originator
the U S. Naval Academy in 1923. as tests AF
on armament
-.. think there is Drake While in the Academy he was of the new idea for painless donations for the March of Dimes. are located at Eglin.AFB
enough faith represented, to com- outstanding in sports. His interestin McGinty points with pride to the goal that has already been bet- Fla.
plete its herculean task, and I'm sports has continued along ter than reached. The idea was to attract attention (McGinty did *

sure that the.UN. is.here to stay. with his naval career and Capt. by; means of music) and a method of incentive (which McGintydid Lt. Gen. William M. Hoge is
Smith was one of the staunchest with his 12-foot board with slots on both sides big enough to returning from Korea, where he
Edward Mosley, O&R: supporters of the staff basketballand hold 'a dime). commanded the IX Corps, to succeed .

.., ,,.,..., f "Yes, I think Softball teams. Lt. Gen. LeRoy Lutes as:
" it has been a As a newly commissioned offi- "More Fun Than Playing The luke Box"Novel Commanding General of the

success and cer in the Navy his first tour of Fourth Army with headquartersat

even if Russia duty was the fitting out and commissioning Idea At Airman T' School Ft. Sam Houston Tex.
of the famed carrier *
... should drop USS Lexington. Captain Smith The heavy cruiser USS St. Paul

out, I believe it was attached to the Lexington for Makes 'Dimes' Donations Painless' has returned to action off Korea
will still re two years during which time he after a seven-month breather. On
in.ccess became a member of the Nicara- her last Korean duty tour the
.a Student psychology and com
guan Bluejacket ttaJion. cruiser set new firing record
first disc he was in business.
Mosley! ; ful. Althoughin bined efforts of instructors of
for her
type by pouring out
the face of that it will The combination of music and more
event Airman
naval aviator in Phase Two of the
Designated as the natural human desire to than 28,900 rounds of ammunition
seem more difficult to preventwar. School at NATT-
1930 following flight training at in six months.
see things grow was
Center has resulted in its
Pensacola, the veteran officer *
the students couldn't get
March of Dimes Drive going
Virginia Cummins, O&R: served three years with a scooting the their dimes in the slots fast The Mackay Trophy of 1950( has
squadron attached to the light over top. enough. In two days Phase Two been awarded to the Korean bat
"I think it's __ USS Marblehead. J. ALC
cruiser Arthur McGinty, as was over the hump. tle-tested 27th FighterEscortWing
been effective .i Captain Smith returned to Pen- chairman of the drive, was One student was heard to re- of the Strategic Air Com
as a medium | sacola in 1933 as instructor for faced with two problemsgetting mark, "This is actually more mand, now stationed at Berg-
for conjunction two years after which he joineda the group together with- fun than playing a juke box. strom AFB, Tex The award given
scouting squadron on the car- out calling a muster and get- We're getting the music and annually "to AF personnel
if nothing rier USS Ranger. A second tour ting contributions as painlesslyas the crippled children are get- who make the most meritorious
else but I > of duty at Pensacola was followed possible. Chief McGinty ting the medical care. We can'tlose I flight of the year," was won by
think they a by command of auxiliary air- worked on the drive last year on this deal." the 27th for its mass movement
would get craft tender USS Sandpiper. with Squadron VP-21 of Patux- I of 180 Republic F-84 Thunderetsacross
-" Shortly after the war began ent River. the Atlantic last year.
along just fine Cummins Captain Smith left the Sandpiperand .

without having to contend with became skipner of Patrol He set up a record player and
Russia." Squadron 31. His next duty sta- loud speakers and the problemof
Auto Owners
tion was as operations officer on gathering the crowd was
Robert. B., Field, AOU2, O&R: the staff of Commander Patrol solved. During the breaks the

... Wing 9. students just naturally graVitated Must Report
"No. The UN to the music.A .
In March of 1947 Captain Smith
is not a successas again returned to Washington. D. twelve-foot, onebythreeinch MAINSIDE
long as Russia C., wnere he served as head of board was set up with slots Thursday January 17' AH ChangesAll
controls the the Aviation Section of the Bureau cut on both sides just big Indian Uprising

of Personnel for two and enough to hold a dime. This hOO .____ George Montgomery military and civilian .
y veto power one half years prior to attendingthe actually gave the board a cap Friday; January; 18 having cars aboard personnel the
and I don'tthink Industrial College of the acity of 24 feet of dimes total Cloudburst moo Robert Preston station are once again reminded

the Unit. Armed Forces from which he was ling $-12. Saturday, January 19 that any changes in its orig.
Field ed Nations assigned to Commander Fleet Air Molly .__ 00 __ ______Gertrude Berg inal status must be registeredat

could prevent wars in the future, I Jacksonville. When McGinty; put on they Sunday Bathsheba January 20 the Yard Office building 9,
David .and in order to keep their records
it Russia does withdraw. :
_: .. _._moo ..Gregory Peck correct and up-to-date.
Monday, January 21
Lt. Howell E. Fellers, O&R: Storm Over Tibet New state auto tags for 1952

__ __.Diane Douglas are being issued and these new-
"I do think it R Tues.n &00 Wed., Jan. 22-23 tag numbers must be enteredon
the records as soon as they
is a success as Model and Marriage i
y oeerCrainNATTCenter are received.
F !S I
far as it has Positive proof of renewal of

been able to go, 4 Thursday, January 17 auto insurance is required by
On Dangerous Ground the Yard Office. If this proof

with the stumbling !ti ___ __ ..Robert Ryan cannot be provided at once, a
blocks Friday, January 18 request for an extension for
that Russia has Molly ___ Gertrude Berg the continued use of the auto
Saturday,January 19 station tag must be made.
placed in the pathway. But, Rus- Cloudburst Robert Preston Scotch tape is not to be used
sia would cause" damage in or out Sunday, January 20 by civilian personnel in repair

of the UN. Pecos River __ _Charles Starrett ing photo identification cardsor
Mon & Tues., Jan. 31-32 badges. Once scotch tape has
David and come in contact with the photo -
. Two n_ __ BathshebaGregory Peck it cannot be used again.
(Continued from Page 1)* Wednesday, January 23- Should the plastic cover become .
Storm Over Tibet worn through or torn it
Cpl. Ott enlisted in the Marines __ __ __ ______Diane Douglas will be replaced upon presen
in July 1950 and spent eight NAVAL HOSPITAL tation at the Yard Office
months in Korea before he was .
17 .
Thursday January
wounded. He was evacuated to a
Sailor Beware._ JMartin & Lewis
hospital in Japan and then to
Grand Ole
Maryland before he was finally Friday, January 18 Opry Show
Light Touch ___ .Stewart GrangerSat.
sent to Jacksonville two months
& Sun., Jan. 19-20 Coming January 28
ago. t On Dangerous Ground

Cpl. Wheeler, a reserve called S ____. _. ?__.Robert Ryan Ernest Tubb will bring his big
back to active duty in August -1 Monday, January; 21 Grand Ole Opry show to the Na
1950, served in the Marine Corps Pecos River _- __Charles Starrett val Air Station Jan. 28, it was
from July 1946 until February EXPERIMENTAL ARMY UNIFORM-The Army's new green- Tuesday; January 22 revealed by NAS Special Services
1948. He landed in Korea in November Ish-gray; experimental uniform, to be worn as a winter uniform, Cloudburst .__ __ Robert Preston Office.
1950 andreturned to the is modeled by; soldiers of the 3rd "Old Guard" Infantry; Regimentat Wednesday, January 23 The Texas Troubadour head-
states in June 1951. Ft. Myer, Va. A selection of the present shade was made aftera David and Bathsheba lines a show which includes many
Both Marines hold the Korean thorough study. Tests on the experimental uniform will last _._ _._.Gregory Peck well known stars of the famous
Service Medal, UN Service Med- through the winter season 1951-52 and possible 1952-53. Soldiers Grand Ole Opry, including Annie
and are author- from left to right are: Pvt. Lester Accordino, Jersey; City, N. J.; When some girls say "no," It's Lou and Danny, popular instru
Combat "V"'inr Cpl. Lionel Violetts. Tarrytown, N. Y.: Sgt. Sol Zarcone, Jr., Lodi, just like a atop sign. You don't mental and vocal duet and String-
bnz! 3tar.Med N. J.; SFC. Robert Ray Jr. Elkhart Ind, and M/Sgt. John come to a complete halt, you bean, the "Kentucky Wonder
Dydnskl, Beaver Falls, Pa. Just slow down for an instant. banjo playing wizard.



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topic around the barracks
of late is one concerningthe "'-
they very strict at your
exams:! for advancement in "
rate. Among the many career college?
women in the Navy, NAS has "Strict Remember Clarence?
recommended 12 candidates for Well he died in cjass, and they
Pay Grade E-5 in the persons of: propped him" up imlil the lecturewas
'Feather pusher" Marie Gale, < over.
YN3; "Skivvie stackers" Joan I -

Jensen, SK3; Bertha Reed, SK3, i "Lips that touch wine shall nev-
and Albina Yankauskas, SKG3."Rail1makel'S" w' I er touch mine," declared the fair .
... co-ed. And ..
Anna Heagley, after she graduated r.

AG3 and Elaine Moore, AG3 .. ...... .,,;p...;f.*:: she taught school for years and
"Static line" Freddy :Mitchell, .. .. years and years.
"" ; \ ;
RMS and Willie RM3. ,:,." ,,'I. ',t .. ,., ,. ',u : ,. ,
Peyton, !I *. ;rn' h'''''' 'i.. ...$" : .' ---:-
Also included are: "Jawsmiths" #..: >i'- '" I SA: "I see you've grown a mus-
Mickey McQuaig, DT3; Ruth : ,t. t.i'c': ; I tache. Must have trouble eating "

Richardson, DT3, and Marlie ,.: :. ." .. :: .. ", : :, cc. ,. I soup now."
Ojeda, DT3 Peggy Gilmer, I Salt: "Yeah, quite a strain."
Hi\13. represents the APC depart "IX A STEW"- These fine-feathered fowl will argue the I _

ment of the Navy.. point of the adage "Stone walls do not a prison make'A. for after Panhandler (to passer-by):
The Protestant landing in a harmless looking expanse of water at S sewage "Say, will you'let me have $100to
Choral newly organized under the disposal plant, they discovered that they couldn't leave. Wooden buy myself a dinner?" '
Group, super sweeps that clean the surface of the water (far left upper picture) Passer-by; "One hundred dol-
vision of Chaplain S. Kenneth
I i are spaced too closely together to permit the ducks to gather lars?"
Johnson, will hold its first re-
momentum to help them take off The duck on the left swims in Panhandler: "Yes, I'm puttingall
hearsal Monday Jan. 21 at 1830
in the small chapel., Anyone inter- I I circles trying to figure it out!. To borrow a phrase, "They'rein my begs in one askit."
ested is cordially invited to at. a ..
tend. I I --- "Should a mother of 40 get
NATTCenter Notes: New mem- T Pick Wrong Rendezvous married again?" .
bers of the household brigade- "No. That's enough children for

Doris Spence, AA student in AK EVEN DISNEY'S DUCK DONALD any woman."
(A) School and Bill Edwards,
PN3, of NATTC, traveled to Folk. Teacher: "Please define the
ston recently to have the sentence DOESN'T GET IN THESE JAMS word 'spine'."
Alberta Berds SA,
pronounced. Schoolboy: "Spine is a long
NATTC Personnel office, and I I limber bone. Your head sits on
Paul Risley, AOC, of VF-14, became Even Donald 'Duck couldn'tget one end and you sit on the other."
members of the "pots andpan" into the mess the brace of for although only two feet high,
last month. wild ducks at the sewage dis- the ducks have a great deal of
company. posal unit have found them trouble trying to surmount it. Dad' : "You" must'nt pull the
selves. Despite these obstacles and cat stall. f ,
Diamondhead Bound Teresa
Lindsey, PNSA, former :MAA of Evidently resting themselvesafter after a dozen heroic tries, one Son: "I'm only" holding .it. The
Barracks 720, left Monday, Jan. I flying around all day over of the ducks cleared all the cat is pulling.
13 for Pearl Harbor via Treasure I the base, two teals alighted in obstacles and flew off only to
Island, California."Old I' one of the sewage disposal once again return and await First Brig Inmate: "What are .
Plan To Test '
Ironsides", Tess's familiar Turbo-Prop plants'outdoor tanks the other. According to last accounts I you in for?
'29 Model A Ford is still here. Engine In Air Transports I I one was flying over- I 2nd Brig Inmate: "It was at the '
She was forced to part with her Then it was, the difficulty head while the other still ; officers' party the captain told
old friend when her orders arrived Washington (AFPS-Plans) to arose, for the ducks needed a floated on the water's surface ,I me to stand at the door and call
The fortunate (?) new test T34 turbo-prop engines in considerable amount of room I the officers' names."
owner of "Old Ironsides" is Dr.I two R70-1 Constellation trans- to once again get airborne. Like
/ry of NATTC Dental Clinic. ports have been announced by i pilots in the patrol bombers, I Patrol Squadron 31 A cub reporter wanted a job asa
Dorothy Boisjolie, SN, and Su- the Navy. the teals needed an unobstructed I newspaper reporter. The editor-
SA of NATTC The new T34 engine delivers stretch of water on which to
zanne Kruger, told him he would hire him if he
Dental Clinic, have received or- power to the propeller and also get up flying speed. Unfor- Passes Through could write a good headline for
ders to Dental Technician Schoolat by jet thrust through a tail pipe.It tunately, however, although the the following situation: A young
Bainbridge, Maryland and will is considered one of the most length of water is long enoughto couple got a preacher out of bed
leave shortly. powerful turboprop engines in permit a take-off, wooden Annual InspectionPatrol at 3:0d: in the morning in orderto
Appreciation is extended to the U.S. beams automatically sweep the marry them "How would you
Beverly Brandelius for the co- Actual tests will not be made top of the water at eight foot Squadron Three underwent title that?" asked the Editor."That's .
operation she has shown in help- until the spring of 1953. Navy of- intervals and the birds can't an annual administrative "
ficials have been pushing turbo- seem to clear them. inspection conducted by easy, replied the young
this column offer full
ing a news
fellow "I would head it-
coverage of both NAS and NAT. prop engines in an effort to de- Capt. Jesse S. McClure, Com-
His Shirt-
Parson Ties Knot in
TC barracks. velop a power plant that will give Another obstruction to the mander Fleet Air Wing 11, and "
I aircraft improved takeoff performance birds' escape is the concrete his staff last week. tail.
speed and endurance. i I wall at the end of the tank The inspection, which covers I
He: "Your husband is a brilliant
--- -- -- -- -- all departments and activitiesof
"Rev'Em Up" the squadron, includes a looking man. I suppose; he knows
'Di es' Drive '
iii close scrutiny of aircraft main everything.
tenance, files and records, condition She: "Don't be silly! He doesn't .

Lags At\ NASThe 'Keep 'Em Flying', Motto For Local of of equipment squadron, and personnel.on inspection suspect a thing.--" ...,

Although results of their inspection Sailor (In phone conversation) :
annual March of Dimes Liaison Unit t Between Ship and ShoreGifford have not yet been "Darling, will you be mine? I'll
appeal for funds, which began made official, Comdr. Louis E. love you always! I'll love you and
last week, will continue throughthe "Keep 'Em Flying" might DeCamp, commanding officerof love you forever!" .
month of January. At NAS, well serve as the motto for AK3, and Albert Patrol Squadron 3, has ex- Operator: "You were cut off. Is
except where rpecial effort has Fleet Service Unit whose jobit Jones, AK2. Their job is to tended his congratulations to there anything I can do?"
been made to bring this campaign is to expedite procurementand obtain information regarding squadron personnel for their Sailor: "I'll say so, honey!
to the attention of de- distribution of aviation planned requirements for new showing. Charles W. Gilbert, What are you doing tonight ?"
partments, the results have supplies in order that grounded items requisitioned from the PR1, was given special praiseby
been meager. aircraft may be re-readied for Supply department by fleet Captain McClure for his Sign on a women's apparel
Small containers simulating"iron in the work the aviation material
flight shortest possible. units and review replenish in store: "'Our bias are like our soldiers -
lungs" have been placed time. ments and on-hand quantitiesof division. fronts"
conveniently in the various de- The unique unit was organized supported fleet units and The outcome of this inspection I -- many ---- -
partments to receive voluntary to act as liaison between the when required initiate action and one which is scheduled which of the operating Atlantic
contributions Some are partly station Supply department and for furnishing necessary aviation for later, the Operational Fleet Squadrons will receive
full, while others are disappointingly supported fleet units so that material and for removalof Readiness Inspection, plays a i the Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency
empty. anticipated emergency replace excesses. major role in determining "E".
Money is urgently needed if ments would be in stock when -- - -

the National Foundation for Infantile needed by AirLant aircraft operating --......, .
Paralysis is to continueits in this area.
research into the causes and .

treatment of polio, it is pointedout. A division of Staff Supply under
More than any previousyear Commander Fleet Air Jack
the disease is on the up sonville, Fleet Service Unit was ss<
swing.. Much has been learned organized in April of 1949 by
about the dreaded virus, but Chief Aviation Storekeeper
there is still a great'deal to be Purnel Collicott and Albert

done. before it .can be stampedout. tached.Jones. AK2* the latter still at. "-/ jr

I t The unit maintains a close Y H ..
--- liaison with the assistant Staff
Supply officer in regards to r Q
t FATlJtAYNE aviation requirements for spe-
..,,., i1 cial operations and keeps

abreast of planned aircraft de. ,

ployment. : wr

Under supervision of'Harry

P. Woods, AK1, section super-
vision, Lloyd R. Fike, AK3, and
Donald Duffy, AN, attached to
Priority Material Unit, one of
several sections of Fleet Serv-
ice, obtain information regard- ..r
ing latest status of priority ma

terial.In iiL
P addition to the many reports -
filled out, they prepare
,. and submit the well known '
"AOG" report (aircraft on READY FOR SITUATION-Ready to handle any situation that might arise pertafaiar t4' procurement '
ground; ) to the Staff Supply Of- and distribution of aviation supplies to operating squadrons in this area,,*..q. "* ;"
ficer. of Fleet Service Unit. The unit, a department of Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville,,; expediting replacements 'in order that rounded aircraft' may be re-readied for flight
I'm gonna join the Army when I Completing the complementof possible time. Left to right are Raleigh G. Gifford, AK3; Donald Duddy, AN; Harry;

=row up ., rot any pointers?" Fleet Service are Raleigh G. and Lloyd R. Fike, AK3. v ; {1r 1 fi "'"' .

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ContractPlans BET %LL GET BETTER ,%, --7; ,- f; -



Reserve Bill \\v;:= '.i- '--- T/10PE 7H/S MASKS
c. r--- ,
Washington (AFPS-With) the
Armed Forces Reserve Act readyto
appear on the Senate floor,
personnel officials of all Servicesare WHERE DO THEY ;aJ.

discussing ways to implementthe RE//E,4RSE ,

important "active duty con-
tract" clause.

Covered in Sec. 236 of the pro-
posed bill, the clause would offer
} reservists a contract deal with
their particular Service. The con-
tract would provide a fixed time t- 1qp' ,
of service ranging up to five

.. ... years. Both officers and enlisted
men would be eligible for the
If, because of strength reduction
in the Armed Forces, the res- r I //, /
ervist must be released, he wouldb. +r!x---/ 4 z? r/ ,,,,- f r t 11j1

.' entitled to severance pay equalto li, Z d/ -f-
one month of pay and allow
ances for each year in the contract
not served. This would eliminate
the hardship of readjustingto
civilian ]life on short notice
without an income.

It would also do away with the A QU/EIT*DAY OAT THE { '-' 2 = FIND m BALANCE OF MY ]
uncertainty regarding a reser y -- iPIECE; BUT IVE LOOKED f'EVERYWHERE
vist's period of service and en. _- -'L _
courage voluntary calls to active / : / :
duty. Formerly, the insecurity ofa /497/f 1131k LOCATE IT
reservist's position made him
hesitate to serve voluntarily on
active duty. It is believed that
many reservist's presently on .
duty would remain if afforded the service was the life Since
this protection.The Fasron 109, Fasron Six Report donning the Navy blue he has
bill, of course, may be seen duty at Newport, R. I., To-
f changed before it is fully ap ledo, Ohio, New York City N. Y.,
proved. It has, however, already Jacksonville Area Quonset Point R. I., Norfolk, Va.
passed the House of Representatives. Scouting Squadrons and with VP-91 and FAW-11 at
Because of its urgency, the NAS Jax.
contract clause would be effective I .

ir.mediately although' the rest' of Fasron 109 I school at Memphis and while a i (jg) Roger Bateman as Ordnance I I01ficer. VA-15
the bill would not go into effect After getting up to the strainsof student was notified of his advancement | He is still the Supply (Editor's Note: A reversal of
until six months after passage. reveille, played by an army to first class. ficer and CHGUN Dan Morris of-I facts in the headline and story
bugler, Gunner Al Leimer is backin the Ordnance officer, and both are regarding change of command at
Receive JBfooJ in the Fasron. He attended the A veritable bee hive of activityis doing a fine 'ob. The error was VA-15 last week. had Comdr.
U. S. Army RAD (radiological the squadron educational office typographical.Walt John E. Lacouture as the squad.
Corn. La//; Now Ready defense) school at Fort McClel- with over 130 men competing in Barnett, AK3, formerly of ron CO, when in reality he was
lan, Alabama. the service-wide examinations the Supply department left for a leaving and Lcdr. Roy M. Isaman
To Ctlve Some Red Hot is the only suitable advancement in rating. tour of duty at NAS Alameda, took over the reins. To set things
Two hospitalized Marines expression for Don McCormick's Those wedding bells have take Calif. straight, Lcdr. Roy M. Isaman is
here are endeavoring to make bowling. Last week marked the en another of the old gang, Bill With the new system that has the new VA-15 commanding offi-
payment for the blood they second time he has walked away Lakin, AT3 was married to Miss been devised, men in the liberty cer.)
received on a Korean battle with the first prize in the local Edith Sommey, of High Point, status will remain that way when
field. "Break the Bank" contest. N. C. checks are necessary on the
Sgt. Johnnie P. Green and Old man stork has left his A "pat-on-the-back" is due Ensign squadron aircraft. Men from Sec AfPS
Cpl. Edward K. Davis of Jax mark three times recently, depositing now Lt. (jg) Rod Miller]] who tion No. 1 are in Crew No. 1 un-
volunteered to donate a pint of a baby boy at the homeof was recently notified of his ele- der the supervision of a CPO anda
blood each at the Armed Lt. and Mrs. Charles Cadiz, vation in rank. Perhaps in the PO.
another at the chateau of Edwin is Lieutenant's '*
of the
Forces Blood Center aboard way celebrating Check Crew 1 is headed by *
the station, feeling that it was and Mrs. Elton and yet anotherat new Plymouth. Chet MacKay. ADC, and Tom
the least they could do to say the Clarence Browns' abode. Just reporting, aboard are Mcguckin, ADI. Two has Charles
Five 109'ers have been transferred ACC Al Fischer
thanks for the blood that saved Clarence Wheeler ; Edwards, ADC and John McMul-
to VU-10 at Gitmo: They PR3 Royal DeMoss, AOAA
their lives in Korea. ; ; len, ADI at the helm while three
Both Marines hold the were Wally Sturdivant, AD3; Eugene Wehage ADAN; James has Frank Bunton ADC, and Ted r
.f. pIe Heart" for wounds receive Harvey Goddard, AD3; John Holbrook Moore, ROAN; Bob Grossman, Margolin, ADI in charge. Jim
.. ed. Their donations will add ADAN; Gordon Downer, ADAA; Jerry Jordan, ADAA; Wilder, ADC, and Bill Burke,
-4 to the over 7,000 pints contrib- AD3; and Ralph Jones AD3. Willy Wilson, ADAA; Lowell AO1 are in the driver's seat in
Clyde Willis, ADI is to be both ADC Gene Hayes,
uted at the local blood bank Thompson ; Crew Four. The responsibility for
since Sept. 17, 1951."I' welcomed back and congratulated ADAA; Pete Ball, AEAA and the jet checks falls on the crew
He just came in from AD (B) James Terrell, AOAA. The en-
_u ___ __ headed by Haig Parsamian, ADC
wishes extendto
Sailor Plays Part Of Spurned Suitor/ tire these squadron men a sincere to welcome and Ken Dahlstl* *om.. AD2. |
aboard and best wishes for a
I Over one hundred men on TAD
"I' VA-45 Lad Gets Prominent RoleIn I I pleasant A fond adieu is bid to John J and FIT to CAG-1 and CAG-17 '
Gregorcy, AE1 and Gil Ellis, AN, are posting quite the problem to a
I who have departed for the sep- the transfer and receipts yeomen
Jax Little Theatre ProductionThe 'aration center; Tom O'neil, AN; these days.
Dave Krupsaw, AN; and Ted Pes.I Ted Margolin is spotlighted as
play can still be the thing, I kie, PRAN have reported to Fas the "White Hat" of this week. '
even while in the service, accord .. ron 109 Detachment 1, NAS. Miami Margolin has been with the Fas !
Fla. James Walters. AT1 left ron since September of 1951 when
ing to Jay Cassey, AK3 of At- for VF-11 and Pete Menendez he reported aboard from VA75. .
tack Squadron 45 who is sched- PR3 was transferred to VP-S61. Prior to joining the Navy, Mar- t
uled to appear in a prominent golin worked in the Bushwck;
role in a forthcoming Jacksonville I Fasron Six Knitting Mills in Brooklyn N. Y.
Little Theatre production, Last week's "Six Bits" had Lt. long enough to convince him that a ..
._ .d -
From --- - -
"Love a Stranger. -

Before being recalled to active Now It's Arm-Lift Method :
duty, Cassey worked with radio
stations WDAS, WCAU and WFIL t

in Philadelphia, Pa. His primary For Artificial *.*"
interest being radio, he completed RespirationOn "
course of instruction in the
a Dec. 6, 1951 the new back --- -- --
Columbia Institute of Radio
Broadcasting prior to pressure lift method. of artificial I of investigation and research by
apgcaringr respiration officially replaced the the Armed Fprces and leading
the different stations. _
on ha' old-style prone pressure method universities and colleges. It was
Cassey will play Fran art'bgel : and is currently being incorporated recommended by the. Division of i:
Lawrence in in the American Red Cross Medical Sciences of the National
former London hit. "LovStranger" ,; Standard First Aid Course. #Research Council. : J
was the first Dentists and dental techniciansat .
ries of psychologic. the NATTCenter. Dental Dis- A large share of the work comparing -
which have in receo"the pensary recently completed train- methods has been recent.
U. S. by storm, ing in the new method of artifi- Studies of air exchange inducedby :
The Jax Littlft'1 cial respiration. A class of 30 artificial respiration have been t
is not his"first b'or 1 members enrolled in the course, made upon experimental animals, :.
for he's G under the tutelage of Comdr. volunteers holding their breath, : :
Edgcwpodadelphia T Neil J. Overton and Lt. James F. cadavers, sick or injured people
dti I e Pennington, both Red Cross first who have stopped breathing, and
r .. son and p; d aid instructors from the dispen- people who have been given bar- .
with the .\ in sary, are currently being taught biturates with curare, or other '
Norristown, ared this new method. This class will anesthetics, to stop breathing SIGNED UP- Kathleen .
in a road pr e Piper complete its training the first of completely.Studies Hughes, a willowy blonde with ,;.
Players ,?? February, of other aspects of res- hazel eyes who was born in
After comiHgwto:tlaltyl intttnded piratory mechanics and physiology Hollywood, is the winner of .
July of 194 ey The Red Cross, together with blood and circulation, and tis- 1952's first screen contract.UniversalInternational .
AviationJacksonville Sto t''pqol; in many other organizations includ- sue changes have been made. signed
,3r' rt-' ing the United States Navy, Thus extensive literature has her ut after a talent scout
Pd to Memph mt" adopted the back pressurearmlift been compiled since the prone spotted her on a radio program
RIver Md., :stationecl method of manual artificial pressure method was adopted in as he sat in the audience. Siva 4
.,. ;.. until h.. 1948. Jay Cassey respiration as a result of years 1927 by the Red Cross. is five feet, eight inches tali.


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It 1 Play In NAS Cage Loop

Gets Underway Mondayhe

((111 Armed Forces Press Service)

A red-hot high school basket. NAS intra-mural basketball league will get under way
ball rivalry was renewed the Monday, Jan. 21 with 18 teams officially entered.
other night when the California Teams entered in the fight for
U. and San Francisco Don basketball the flag include O&R, Fasron Six; In the event of a deadlock for

teams met A year Hospital Operations, Supply, VP5 first place at the end of regula
ago Jerry Mullen Don forward, VC-62, VP-3 NARTU, Person- tion league play, one-game play
was a star with St. Mary's High nel Fasron 109, First Lts., Com- offs will decide the issue. The sec-
while Don McKeen, 6 ft. 7 in. FairJax, Marine Detachment., ond, third, fourth, and fifth place
Bear center was holding down Heavy Attack. Wmg-1, and VP- teams will conduct playoffs for
the all-important pivot spot with 741. runner-up laurels

rival Piedmont High. There will be just one league There will be a new winner of
Addition of Florida State to the NAS league since
this year instead of two divided play
Georgia Tech's 1952 schedule divisions as in the past. In the NATTCenter, last year victor?
gives the Jackets a third new grid past league play was divided be- has a huge intra-mural league of
foe next fall. Army and Tulaneare 7 .. tween American and National divisions its own. Winner of the NATTC
the others. Columbia's Ivy with approximately ten loop and NAS circuit will battleit
championship basketball team teams in each. out for the all-station cham-
pins its 1951-52 hopes on two vet pionship.
eran guards, Bob Reid and Cap Present plans call for four .
tain Al Stern. The Yale inter- games a night to be played at the
collegiate championship swim- Mainside Gym starting at 1500 Strength of the NAS entries is:
hard to determine, but of the
ming team is led by the redoubt with the last one slated to com- one
dark horses is the HAW-1
mence at 1945.Service
able John Marshall, world record
entry, which has played togetherfor
holder at 400 meters 440 yards
about two Other
and 500 meters and NCAA 220- years. con-
Basketball tenders will be Hospital, Fasron
yard champ. Six, VC-62 and NARTU. Caliberof
play is expected to be much
Stop the Music! Coach Dale Being Televised higher than last year.
North Carolina U. track
trained his Washington (AFPS) A new National Collegiate basketball
mentor who runnersto -
rules will all NAS intramural
apply for
of recorded Saturday afternoon sports
the accompaniment program
music last covering principally home contests. Prospective
spring recently was officials will acquaint themselveswith
quoted: "I'll trade the gramophone mow Basketball games of Army and these
and all the records for two Navy, but including other sports regulations.
good i milers" Senior Don has made its debut on the CBS Officials will be chosen from
Strasser, guard, 6 ft., is the shortest Television Network. The series non-playing teams. Teams will be
the 1951-52 .... will run 13 weeks wing for points for the Iron Man
man on starting P';.{: ..z ,1f. t-;: ";::::3'i; :" ';" .;;V" .aCOLFDOlI'S
Trophy under inaugurated
Notre Dame basketball team. Starting In January, the a new program
,,_. .. pro NAS
PRETTIEST gram will present basketball by Special Services -

Before he joined the Marines, The glamour gals of the fair- games for the seven remaining .
Sam Vacant!, quarterback on the ways, the nationally famous Saturdays:
Bauer sisters, Marlene (left)
1951 Parris Island eleven, had Jan. 19 Fordham at Traffic ViolationsListed
and Alice (right) above, treat- Army
played football previously on
ed local links fans to clinic Jan. 26VMI.
a at Navy
three college teams, Iowa, Pur- below are the traffic
exhibition at the local course Feb. 2-Colgate at Army
due and Nebraska. Add elongated court penalties awarded at this
last Tuesday. It is not hard to
cage performers: Bob Peter Feb. 9-Duke at Navy station for traffic violations committed
find athlete who is
son 6 ft., 8 in., 240-pound, center pretty a, woman but two beauties with Feb. 16-Penn State at Army for the period Jan. 3 to
C. five. ,
the Illinois Jan. 10
on .
their last such skill in one family is Indeed Feb. 23-Notre Dame at Navy :
Seven seniors played
rare. Marlene is the Multiple Offenses: H. C. Little,
football for Oklahoma U Mar 1-Navy at Army
game in the at SN-No driver's license; speed-
youngest pro country; .
in the recent SoonerOklahomaAggie
ing; Commanding Officer for ac-
the age of 17. She clearly
clash Texas U tub
thumpers herald Tom "Swede"Stolhandske shows that "The swing's the tion.D..

end, as the "best thing", (left) in golf. Air News Needs M. Herriot. AEAN-faulty
equipment; Commanding Officer
forward receiver in the
pass Hampton Pool, Los Angeles for action.
when he is covered""He .
country is an All-American player on Rams backfield mentor, was toss- Sports Writers Lost Station Tag: C. L. McMa-

any team," is the verdict of Long- ing a few queries at his talented han; 5 days loss of driving privi
horn End Coach Bill DuBose. pupils prior to the first 1951 game lege.
against the Washington Redskins. desperate need of more T. A. Lustbaum, AN; 5 days

A total of 103 Michigan U. grid a Selecting "Vitamin" Smith, he sports writers. Personnel loss of driving privilege.
players have received awards for j wishing to be assigned for G. H. Foley, AE2; 5 days loss'of
asked "What when
you see driving privilege
the 1951 campaign, ranging
36 varsity "M" winners to 45 reserves you look up before catching a sports writing duties either J. J. Keeny, ADI; 5 days loss

and 22 freshmen Big- pass?" Smith scratched his head. part time or full time can of driving privilege.
the 'editor B. L Roberts, AEI 5 days loss
time football item: Michigan "Wal," the Vitamin drawled, "Ah contact by phon- ;
State's undefeated Spartans play- ing extensions 8181 or 216. of driving privilege.
ed before 426,903 fans during the usually see two gieat, big 240. Miscellaneous Offenses: W H.
With the increase in
nine-game grid year, averaging pound ends look in' me right in Ross. Jr.; Illegal use of Station
47,433 per contest The all- the eye." sports activity aboard the Tag; O&R Officer for action.J. .

victorious season, incidentally, station, which will have H. Walker-Involved in ac-
boosted Head Coach BiggieMunn's Eye Olympics about 500 athletes competing cident; driving privileges sus-
pended further investi-
career coaching record
in various intra-mural .
over the .800 victory, mark. Cindermerr Open TrainingFor leagues, more help is need M. L. Compton, AD2-Owner of

I. Look out for Texas Christianin ed to properly cover these car driven by Herriot (listed
above); 20 days loss of driving
the 1951.52-cage race. The events.At .

! Frogs lost only one player from Navy Olympic Berths present the JAX AIR privilege.J, J. Johnston. QMC-Owner
last year's team: Bill Elliot, a re- NEWS has .
only one sports I of car driven by Little (listed
serve. Navy personnel at the Naval writer its staff. above); 10. days loss of driving
4 Air Station will take to the Track and Field. Some men on
have already entered their privilege.
cinder paths and sawdust pitsas
Jax SymphonyTo the Navy girds itself for the names in competition. Theyare x: "P Gol
1952 Olympics. : Eugene Field Ken Stew-
art, Norman Brooks, Don Funk
NAS and NATTC are plan ,
Give Third ning a track meet in March to Jack Stone Jim Stone and

determine Jax Navy represen- John Donughy.Men .
tatives in the All-Navy elimi- are working out on the
Concert TonightThe nations from which the Navy NATTC drill field and in the
squad will be selected. NATTC gym. Coached practices

Jacksonville Coach Paul McCoy, of NAT- will begin this week.
Symphonywill TC, is completing plans for an Men may turn in their namesto
hold its third evening con-
either NATTC
Building 513.
inter-company track me e t.
cert of the season tonight at 2030, .
Special Services department,
will take or
Winners of events = .
the { i F
at George Washintgon Auditorium :
NAS Special Service Building
part in a NATTC Track Meet to ?F F
t which NAS personnel are in- 930. % l
Artiss de Volt, an American vited to enter. i .

harpist with international repu- .
tation will be the soloist on the Weather OutlookIt's
Men deemed qualified by time
She will be heard with
program. '
._ the orchestra in "Two Dances for and distance qualifications will going to remain warm for "t >
be sent to San Diego for intensive is

I' It .
Harp and Strings, by DeBussy, training in preparation for the weekend according to the -
and "Introduction and
which will NAS Aerology Office
the Meets :
Harp and Orchestra" Ra-
by t5
vel. act as an Elimination Meet for Friday Partly cloudy skies ;

' the Olympics. All-Navy re- with gentle southwesterly winds. "c Y. >, f3; :
.,:; Other selections scheduled by quirements demand the same _
director Van Lier Lanning, are qualities as the NCAA. Continued warm. \ ,

"Mignon" overture; "Roumanian The 15th Olympiad will be Saturday-A repeat. of Friday's 4 { h:. ..
Rhapsody No. 1" by Enesco "La held in Helsinki, Finland from weather. k
Calinda Dance" (from Delirius'"Koanga" July 19 until August 3, 1952. cloudy
Sunday-Partly cloudy
), "Song of Summer,
In order to qualify for the
by the same composer, and Gou- Olympics as far as the Naval skies with moderate to fresh
nod's Ballet music from "Faust." Forces are" concerned a man southwesterly winds. Continuedwarm. :

Seats are on sale today at Ja- must be either in the Navy, the .
cobs' Jewelers at Laura and Ad- Marines, or a reserve outfit of
ams Streets, and will be on sale one of these two. lie must be When Illinois scored 27 pointsin

at the Auditorium. Prices are in excellent physical shape and the fourth quarter against
.$2.50 $1.75 and $1.25. A be bona-fide amateur.
$3.00, a t '
Stanford in the 52 Rose Bowl
50 cents each
block of seats at ,
will be placed on sale at the au- Events in which Navy men game, it was a new record for a

ditorium at 1900. will be allowed to enter include single quarter in the 38 Rose Bowl

The Auditorium may be reach- boxing, horsemanship, games played since 1902. Illinois' .
the lobby of the rowing, skiing,
ed George through Washington Hotel, located shooting gymnastics swimming, track and 34 points in the second half is MOVE UP TO VARSITY-Two of unit, (Jay-

at Adams and Julia Streets. field, weight lifting, and wres- also a new mark. Tees) members recently moved up to Frank Sipes
S5* tling. The famous Marathonand (left) and Don Laswell (right). Si prove valuable -

n Many a girl who burned the the Pentathlon may also Man: "I can't see what keeps In getting rebounds, while .good boarders
candle at both ends would now be entered by the Navy you girls from freezing." man. Both men were consistently a: in JayI. I

be satisfied with an old flame. Right now the accent Is on Girl: "You're not supposed to." vee competition.u' I ...

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17 January JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


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HATTC Combine Fliers .Encounter

c Cops IntramuralLinks

Playoffs Teachers Next

,. The intra-mural links championship '.. '','... ,:.'.\ Bulletin: Jax Navy Fliers made it seven victories in ten starts
playoffs went to ,., with an 81-45'triumph' over Charleston Zippers Tuesday night on the

.' ,ff ''', latter's court.Bumbled.
NATTC administration ]las : \ : k.vi

Saturday as a result of win- by a determined Georgia Teachers College] quintet,
ning from the other two con- 88-68, Wednesday, Jax Navy's Fliers came back with vengeanceto

tenders, Cecil Field and NAT- trample an inexperienced NAAS Sanford crew, 83-38, last Fridayon
TC -- the home- court.
AO School.
Facing their toughest competition --
NATTC: Administration compiled this week, the Fliers have a furtl1'loss in five frays, 83-38.
33 points, Cecil Field 22, chance to avenge the loss to the At the end of the first quarter,
and NATTC AO School 17. Georgia Teachers in their clash the Fliers led 22-2 as a result of
e Friday evening on the NATTC controlling the back boards all
With eight men per team, each hardwood. Wednesday they trek- the way and pushed to a 43-17
man joined a threesome and ked to Parris Island for a tiff: lead at halftime. Grabaz took
moved into an 18-hole match with the strong Marine squad high scoring honors with 19
playing Nassau rules. there, while Monday they taketo points with Snake Sehringer
NATTC Administration had y i( Sk the road for a return engage chalking up 15 for the Fliers.
the American League ment with NAAS Sanford. Semour with 11 and Weddcll
won race,
Cecil Field the National and Too Much Speed with eight sparked the Sanford-

AO School the intra-mural school S Tom Parsons, ace guard for ites.Jax
championship.High the Teachers, stole the show Navy dropped in 36 of 69,
y with a 24-pomt barrage, zipping field goal attempts for a team
pointers for the NATTC s in eleven shots from the floor average of better than 53 per
,,combine were Capt. Lester Rice, and adding two free throws. Bob cent.
Ken Sutton and Craig McKee t. Grabaz came close behind with Jar
f. with 6 points each. Norman '- 22 markers for the Fliers. NavyFG FT PTS
Brien with 5 came close behind. f The game may have cost the Grabaz 9 1 19
,,' Fliers dearly. Mutt Pasco, who Carroll 3 0 6
Dave Sweeney garnered 4,Paul reinjured his trick knee, may be Zebos 1 1 3
r ... Van Schoonnoven took 3, John out for the rest of the season. His; Sehringer 6 3 15
Bain 2'/i and Bob Toof l'z. .... knee Has been bothering him all Laswell 5 1 11
Men on each team were divided season, and instead of showing Strickler 1 0 2

into two groups, the Red and improvement, his injury became Sipes 5 1 11
the Blue. The Blue team won more painful. Pasco, one of the Reinhardt 4 0 8
17i! to 14%. most brilliant floor men Jax has Kloss 1 0 2
HEADED FOR TilE 1\IESIIES-Towers Hardware for
men wait Voyles 1 0 2
will be missed greatly, if he turnsin
Food was served in the club the ball Al forward into the
as Hardy, Jayvee arches one air. his uniform. Weisel 2 0 4
house and Capt. Douglas T Day, Waterman (21)) of Jayvees moves into position for the rebound. The Teachers led at each
commanding officer, presented In this scrimmage tussle, a prelim to the Jax Navy-NAAS San- and at the half 40-33. quarter Totals 38 7 83
the trophies. In his address, the ford fray last Friday, the Towers men set the Jayvees back, 8155. Down Sanford NAAS SanfordFG
Captain avered that intra-mural
in their FT PTS
Jax Navy rebounded
play gave high handicap golfersa Perfect Records Leads Held tiff with Sanford Navy, more Walker 3 1 7
low rare handicap chance men to play and with thereby the League than doubling the count to hand Hickham 0 0- 0
the neighboring sailors their 0 0 0
profit from the. .experience.. Weddel 4 0 8
AE School At CenterDispensary
By Dispensary, I Tally of 218 HighFor Mayhew 2 0 4
FoeDowns Hickham, Dave 0 0 0
City and AE School held on to perfect records and league Barnes 1 0 2
leads for the fourth straight week of competition in NATTCenter's 'BreaklheBank'There Bashore 1 1 ,3

JV'sIn basketball intra-murals. Sharp set-shooting made the difference, is approximately eleven Yelvington 0 1 1
because the newly-refinished floor in' the Center gym made cuttingand dollars in the pot and 218 is the Clark 0 1 1
drivine-in clan too difficult.t Wrzesniewski 0 1 1
high mark in the "Break the
Chuck Kerr of Aircraft Main Jones 0 0 0
PrelimTowers Bank" Bowling Contest at Main-
Avard and Kelly set the leagueleaders'
tenance led the American League side gym. Sommerville 0 0 0
Hardware of the Jax with an 8-game total of 149 Ordnance pace.scorer Dobbins and Cheslock was high led For the first time this season a Semour 5 1 11

City League, downed the Jax points.'High man in the National the Marines. less than 200 mark commands

.. .... Navy Jayvees, 81-55, in a scrim- loop was Nichels of AO Students ANP) Students ran with third place. Totals 16 6 38
with. 69 points in seven away
mage game preliminary to the Chuck Colwell leads the pack
Lieutenants 56-29.
American League play last with 218 closely followed by
varsity contest last Friday nighton ,
l shared Student Platt
AOShip's an Boyle scoring Les Scores
the NATTC court. week saw Dispensary edge Danny Senecal with 214. Dave
honors Putch set the First Lieu-
Company, 44-42, and defeat ; 193 for
has posted a
.. .4 The Towers men jumped to an Special Services, 59-44. Hoberg tenant pace.Commissary. third place. Year's First AceLt.
early lead and never relinquished and Autry paced the Medics. broke into the win
it. At half-time the Jayvees Richardson swished 21 for the column with a 60-38 shellacking American League Les Platt scored the
trailed 21-37. Ordnancemen and Salvatore was of First Lieutenants and a 42-32 W L year's first hole-in-one last
Playing with only five men, all high for Special Services. Score defeat of Training Facilities. Ha- Dispensary 8 0 Saturday at the NAS course.
ex-college stars, the Towers five by quarters in the AO Ship's blewitz and Knoebber set the Supply 6 1 The ace came on the 165-
committed only 9 fouls to the Company game was 8-15, 19-23 pace for Commissary. Lankfordwas Personnel 6 2 yard 16th green with Platt
Jayvees 14.Tanszler 37-29 and 44-42. high for First Lieutenantsand AO Ship's Co. 4 4 using his 6-iron to score.
hit for 23 markersand Supply Triumphs MacDonald and Dunlap were Special Services 3 5 Mrs. Platt and Mrs. Fern
Platt for 26 for the Towers Supply overwhelmed Aircraft high for TraFac, who trailed 23- Aircraft Maint. 3 5 Gudal were playing with
combine while Dick Hendricks Maintenance, 65-22, in the first 10 at the half and tied the score ANP) Ship's Co. 1 7 Platt when he scored his ace.
collected 16 points for the Jayvecs. grime played on the slick refinished at 25-25 in the third quarter. Marines Perm. Party 0 7
court. Farrar and Doeringwere Marines Win National League:
The Jayvees in high scorers for Supply. Marine Students overcame a 9. W L 19 Teams
are a three-way
Kerr set the Aircraft Mainten- point halftime deficit to defeat AE School 7 0
tie for first in the first
round of the place Men's ance pace.Personnel. Training Facilities, 45-41, with ANCP( ) Students 5 1
play. Tonight and tomorrow League there ran wild over Ma- Schulein high for the Marines and AO Students 5 2 Entered In
will be playoffs between the rine Permanent Party, 75-10, and Cinko leading TraFac scoring.A AK School 4 2
Jay- dropped Special Services, 47-34. 0 Students dropped A K Commissary 2 4
ll-C Motors
and Towers
vees, Mayfield and Taylor led the Yeo School, 39-29. Ruel set the Ord- Marine Students 2 5 Keg LoopThe
Hardware. Summaries: I men. Chuck Yen was high for nance pace and Ferguson toppedthe TraFac 1 5
Jax Navy Jayvees 'Special Services.AO Storekeepers. First :r.t., 0 7 NAS intra-mural bowline

FG FT Tps. Ship's Company swamped league commenced action last
High 2 2 6 ANP) Ship's Company, 57.13 night at 'the Mainside alleys.
Gay 2 0 4 and Aircraft Maintenance edgedANP { If Sports Quiz Gets One AnswerThere I Fleet Air Wing 11 heads the

/ Gallagher 1 0 2 ( ), 28-25. Bowden paced AO. list of 19 competing teams. The
, /, '. Duffy 0 1 1 Kerr led Aircraft Maintenance, were many answersto and prize is a case of soft Wing keglers scored a lopsidedwin
Barney 6 2 14 and Nelson and Menna were last week's Sports Quiz, drinks from the Navy Exchange in the last league competi-
! Dunkley 0 0 0 high for ANP( ) Shio's Company.AE but there was only one correctone drive-in service counter tion.Also
! Butelle 0 0 0 Beats AO Students and it was late in arriv- I: and third prize is a free entered in the loop are
Waterman 3 1 7 In the National League' last meal chit to the Civilian Cafe Fasron Six No. 1, CommissaryStores
,; r ... Hendricks 7 2 16 week, AE School topped AO Stu- ing.A many correctly teria.It VP-3, Hospital Special
Hardy. 2. 0 4 dents, 26-16, and outlasted Ma- good is emphasized again thatit Services, Fasron 109, VCoffi-
Micholson 0 0 0 rina Students, 39-35. McPartlin, answered two-thirds of the pays to call or deliver your cers), Fasron 51, Infirmary Personnel -
Law 0 0 0 three-part quizzer, but were answers as late as Monday, for Communications, 1 aaron
To Select Links Team unable to piece together the there may not have been any Six No. 2, O&R, FAW-11, VF-13,
Totals 23 \ 55 Candidates From Play correct solution, which was correct answers. And too, Marine Air Detachment, O&G,
Towers Hardware supplied by Robert Durden, a there are three prizes. VC-5 (enlisted), and VP-5.
FG FT Candidates for the station civilian employee from Public This week's question shouldbe There will be approximately
Tps. team will be selected Works. 153 matches to complete sched-
golf on
Platt 10 3 23 a snap for anyone who follows -
7 the basis oMwo 18-hole medal The question was: "With tennis: ule requirements.There .
Johnson 0
Tanszler 10 7 27 14 play matches this Saturday and what do you associate each of "Who was the youngest girlto will be only one league
i Roberts 0 1 1 Sunday.The the following terms, (a) base- win the National Women's and one round to decide the
I( 5 6 16 best 12 golfers on the line, (b) blueline, (c) chalk- Tennis Singles title" championship.In .
station will form the team that line. The correct ,answer is: Remember, no answers will the pre-holiday league only
. Totals 32 17 21 will play various colleges and (a) baseball or tennis, (b) be accepted before 0900 Fri 12 teams competed.
service teams in this area. hockey and (c) billiards. day. Phone numbers are extensions < i I
II Expected to lead the conten- Durden thus gets first prizeof 8184 or 216. Militaryand During the Rose Bowl game of
I Ed Lopat, southpaw pitcher of ders are Bill Foulk, Ken Sutton a $3.00 cash award, but civilian personnel from 1952, Bill Tate of Illinois lugged
the Yankees, has signed his.1952' Bob Wallace, Jim Gray there were no other claimants NAS, Cecil Field, and May- the ball 20 times and gained 150
.,. contract calling for $30,000, an increase Doc Pierson, Dave Sweeney, to the other two prizes. Sec port are eligible. yards, an average of seven .and L
of $5,000.. and Dave Moody. one-half yards per carry. f




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(Items offering for sale articlesof

property such as washing machines aw i :.

automobiles, furniture ra j' \ t :
dios, clothing and the like are k .t\ Joining the ranks of the mar- ....

prohibited by Defense Depart. : ried men during Christmas leave
were Melvin H. Foster, AK3,
ment regulations. This column
whose weddjng took place in
will, however, list, such servicesas Memphis, and Don E. Amstutz

available housing, rides want .
ed, lost and found articles and Coby has returned to workin

oU" ,r similar notices). Planning after more than a

FOR RENT year's service with the Army
while leaving reserve status for
Widow will share home 812
active duty is Chief William M. .
Acosta Mrs. Evelyn Morns. U,. Pope of Traffic Section, husbandof
Furn. 5-rm. house, garage. 3934
Adele Pope of Accounting.Chief .
McGirts Blvd. Mrs. G. Moody Pope will report for dutyat
Furn. 2-rm. apt. 2512 College St. Charleston, S. C.

Mrs. Claude Smith. Ph. 7-9601.' .... ..
Unfurn. 2-bedrm. apt., 3233 Post t
St. Mrs. Farris Barbara Graff, on leave from
$75 per mo. \ I
ext. 2091. ; Receipt Control section is the

Unfurn. 3bdrm. apt., $70 per mo. I, mother of a daughter born Dec.
2322 St. Johns Ave. Mr. Hal. 29 in Jacksonville. Lauretta

pern. Ph. 9-3582. i off'a Cardwell of Tabulating Sectionin

Furn. 2-rm. apt. 418 Liberty St. Accounting was married Friday -
Jan. 11 to Hubert Boles of
Mrs. Stradman. Ph. 4-5676.
Single & Dble. rms. 1447 Avon Jacksonville. aNew
dale Ave. Mrs. Lee Schultz. Ph. i:1: employees in Procurement -
2-5930. I I section are Mildred Dunn

Furn. rm., pvt. bath. 2318 ParkSt. from NAS Pensacola, whose husband

$10 per wk. Mrs. H C. Buck. is a Chief Petty Officer
land. Ph. 75516. aboard the USS WASP, and .
2 bdrms., furn. 2761 RiversideAve. Frances Zimmerman from Chey

Mrs. Dickerson. Ph. 2- enne, Wyoming, a new residentof

3905. I __.. b! "-h 'n,.';): Florida.

Furn. 6-rm. bungalow.: 1055 Veronica MARINES INSPECTED-Marine Barracks at the Naval Air Station got a complete onceoverat *

St. Paul Howard. Ph. Its annual inspection last Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Inspecting the rifle of one of the An official Commendation of

3-3507. Marines in ranks is Lt. Col. Robert W. Greely, from the Inspection Division Headquarters, Wash- the performance of his duties was

Furn. 4-rm. apt., 4441 LexingtonAve. ington, D. C. Close observers are, Left to right, Lt. Samuel E. Piercy, T/Sgt. Frank Green and Capt. received recently by Robert E.
$60 mo. Dorothy Allison AKAN of S-3 division
per ,
William C. McEwen.. all attached to the local
Lamb; Ph. 2-0514. assigned to Receipt Control Sec

Furn. dble. garage apt. $75 per tion for the past, year. The Commendation '
mo. 4249 Appleton Ave. Mrs. MEATBALL I Marines Undergo Annual l 3-Day I II was dated Dec. 20, and

Boswell. Ph. 2-0556. was signed by the Supply and ,
Single rm., furn. 82 St5. Clair. Fiscal Officer.

Mrs. Breese. Ph. 8-3992. Military-Administrative! i Inspection I Gus Spanopoules of Technical

Furn. rm. 2503 Dellwood. Mrs. Branch left for New York City

Bowden. Ph. 7-5626. | A ii-man inspection team, last Friday night for the christen .. .
dards maintained the Marine
Single & dble. rms. 2601 Park. by
that had visited Marine establishments ing of his seven month-old son,
Mrs. Bessie Houston. Ph. 8-2770. Corps. Gregory and also to attend the
Furn. 3rm. apt. 1110 Riviera, San I in 16 different Annual Event wedding of his brother.

Marco, Southside. Mrs. Maude countries within the past The inspection is an annual
Ten at NAS Jacksonvillewas
Hunter, Ph. 9-4519. v't month, last Wednesday per- event. Wherever'Marines may go years
completed on Monday, by
Furn. rm. 1437 Belvedere Ave. formed its inspection of the -and they go anywhere, when- Helon Peters of Control Branch,
Ranelle Dougherty. Ph. 2-6926. their services needed-
: :Marine Barracks at the Naval ever are who reports that she began work
Furn. 2-rm. apt., 323 LongbranchBlvd. 3 they are never forgotten or over
Ph. Air Station.The here on Jan. 14, 1942. Latest addition
Mrs. Ira J. Folsom. looked by the Inspection Division
to Stock Control Unit 3, is
6-1082. in Washington i
team, one of only four such D.Headquarters C. Fanny Hall formerly of Stub
FOR SALE teams that carry out similar in- Registry.

Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house GI equity, 3 'I- spections in all parts of the Col. Delane's team is presentlyon

available March 1. 2920 Wick- world, or wherever Marines may an inspection trip covering

wire St. M. F. Blickhan, ext. found, was headed by Col. Florida and other southeastern

8503. Lewis H. Delane. The other two states. .
Unfurn. 2-bdrm. home, kit. equip "This is my first blind date- members were Lt. Col. Robert W.

ped, low equity, on large lot What happens now?" Greeley and Capt. B. J. Jackson.All .
off Timuquana" Rd. S. A. Le- Phases Inspected Jewish Worship
Fort. Ph. 8-3735.
Unfurn. 5-rm. bungalow, Wes- Inspection covered every phaseof
connett. R. L. Williams. Ph. 8- Breezing Around Marine living, training and Services Set
duty aboard the station. Personnel -

1156. and sea bag inspection was At NATTCenterMilton
Unfurn. {-rm. house. 4518 Wheeler O&R
held. Marine ob-
Ave. A. T. Carter. Ph. 3-5707. drilling was
served and all sections of admin Frances Dowling, telephone op-
G. Kuolt, senior chaplain
Unfurn. 6-rm. home River- Inspection
istration checked. Manualswere erator finds i, impossible to .
were of the Naval Air Technical ,
side Manor. Mrs. Smith. Ph. 2-
Inspection Group wishes best inspected to be sure they Training Center, announced this thank each one personally for the ... ...
4594. .
of luck to Lcdr. Hobert H. The-
were up to date and training week that worship services for kindness extended her during the
Low GI equity in 3-bdrm. masonry len, Inspection Officer, who has her two and
schedules were checked to see NATTC personnel of the Jewish recent loss of sons
home. $51 per mo. 3410 Rod- gone to Tulane University in her heartfelt appreciation -
that all Marines were receiving faith will be held in the Chap expresses
ney Lane, Southside. Mrs. New Orleans, La., to satisfy his this column.
Knight. Ph. 9-83182. enough of the required trainingto lain's office, Building 563, beginning through ..
thirst for knowledge.We them to the high stan- McPhaul ..
Furn. 2-bdrm. house. $7,500. up Jan. 21 at 1830, and each Catherine telephone
welcome aboard Lt. Charles
Monday evening thereafter. operator, we are sorry to report
Small down payment. 5134 McPherson
C. Schmehl
new Inspection Officer hibernated of the is ill with the flu. Ruth Barrow,
for the rest
Rd. C. R. Owens, O&R who comes to us from O&R Rabbi Sidney M. Lefkowitz,
winter to await Szuch's next also telephone operator, was in
Dept. ext. 278. representative of the Jewish Welfare
Safety and Security Office, and I
leave. an automobile accident last week
MISCELLANEOUSFree Lt. Hubert Glenzer, Jr., assistant Board, Raymond Winterfield
and is suffering from a slight
Inspection Officer, from O&R Re- Peter J. Ciacco, AE1, has re- who will conduct the services, and
transportation from Colum- concussion and bruises. Ruth was
ported in from Glenview, Ill., to Chaplain Kuolt discussed plans
bus, Ohio, to Jax in exchangefor pair Salvage Division. sent to the hospital for emer-
help increase our rapidly diminishing for services at a conference held
Friends of E. Dennard
treatment but is
driving car. Betty Silbaugh.Ph. last week. gency now recuperating -
8-4360. Jr., will be sorry to hear that he inspection enlisted person- at home.
is still on extended sick leave. I I nel Noman M. Cole, Super- Chaplain Kuolt disclosed that
Ride wanted-Vicinity of Her- We hope he will soon be back vising Inspector of Supply, tooka the new worship services are being Glad to see Hope MillsPriceback
schel St. and Pinegrove Ave.to with us.Frederick. vacation and actually brought inaugurated as a result of at work after her recent ill-
NAS, 08001630. Mary Har- I home that long talked about the many requests made by students ness. Sorry to report that Mary
R. Szuch AN
dee, ext. 412. was and Ann Morgan was ill the first of
glad to get back to the I "deer. Cole said the worst of it support personnel of
Riders wanted-Spring Park to sunny the Center. the week and hope she is getting ..
that she had to be shared
:South: again, after battling the
NATTC, 07301610. Mrs. West, All personnel of the Jewish better at this reading.On .
heavy snows of "Hot-rod Haven"i ways.
Ride ext.wanted-From 8532. Myra & Nelson i South Bend, Ind., where he has Chief Paul E. Barlow is seeing faith throughout the Naval Air the brighter side of life, let
Station invited
to attend.
Sts. 0800-1630. K. Lewis, been on thirty days leave. All the the world. He is on TAD to the are us congratulate selected the followingnew to
ext. 8372. girls in South Bend have again Army in South Carolina. I members serve
othe Recreation Committee for
Ride wanted-From Southside, )) this year: Tom Andreu and John
08001630. Mrs. McCall, ext. IDIVINE c nie Fletcher of Transportation,

483.Babv. James G. Mills and Robert Mc-
Sitter-Janelle Schultz, ext. (SERVICES'frotestant ) Daniel of Utilities, Paul H. Sapp

I 8326. and Clifford Wemp, of Maintenance -

Baby Sitter-Mrs. Dodd. Ph. 7- Walker Crevasse, and Ethel .. .
\ 8223. -.
Huffman of Administration
Baby Sitter-Cecile Bowen. 2031 0800-Episcopal Communion Ser
and Mildred Fowler and Noble
vice, Small Chapel.
Herschel St. Ph. 81867.
Farmer of Design and Construc
0830-Morning Services, All.
Lost-Last week on or near NAS
white female cat, black markings Saints Chapel. tion.Ethel
Huffman of the Work
and tail. $10 reward, 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. ; '.
child's pet. Mrs. Ed Robinson.Ph. 0930-Sunday School, Small Cha- Measurement Section took a trip
pel..1045A11. down South over the week-end.
7-4667 after 1700.
Saints Chapel. Ethel says it's the first time she's
Wanted-Navy man, or man and
Catholic been on a train in eight years..
wife to drive to San Diego,
a .
0830 and 0930-Mass St. Edward's
Calif. Mrs. Shuford. Ph. 98- i 'aa81 > H -
3661. Chapel. Calling Dentists
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism Army
Class). The Army will order 165 recently
Navy Gets Isotope Plant commissioned dental Reserve a' .
1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL K
Annapolis, Md. (AFPS) -The <6i+ rsd 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. officers to active duty In
the Department an
U. S. Naval Academy has received Christian Science January,
and placed in operation one of MIC KILLERS-The nation's top jet pilots now fighting in Tuesday-2000-at Small Chapel. nounces. Dentists covered commission by the. .

the .country's first pilot plants Korea, pose by plane at Korean airfield. These men are credited Mormon new call up accepted with Selective

. used for the separation of uran- with 27 i/i jet planes knocked out of Korean skies. From left (with Thursday-1930-at Small Cha after registering of Public
ium isotopes. The plant will be number of planes each has to his credit) are: Maj. Richard Creigh- pel. Service under provisions

used by the Academy's electrical ton ((5), Baton Rouge, La.; Maj. Winton Marshall (4'i( ), Manhattan Law 779 (doctor-dentist registration -
Davis ((9) Lubbock Texas Col. Benjamin Brig. Gen. Loyal M. Haynes has act)..
engineering department to train Beach, Calif.; Maj. George ; ..
midshipmen in chemistry and Preston, Jr. (3)). Hollywood, Fla.; Capt. Theodore Coberly ((2), assumed command of Camp Pick- who
provide them with an introduction Seattle, Wash.; Lt. Alfred Djrmock. Jr. (2), Grants Pass, Ore., and ett, Va., succeeding Col. KennethS. Wolf-a big dame hunter *' I
to the field of nuclear sci Lt. Claude Mitgon ((2), Coeur d'Atene{ Idaho. All are assigned to Anderson who was injured last enjoys life, liberty, and the hap- ..._..

ence. the 4th fIhter.Interceptor. Wine and fly F-86 sabrejets. October in a plane crash. piness of pursuit

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