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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1952
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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).
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VOL-9 No. 45 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 21 Feb. 1952 ::1


'Morals' Study Effective March 1 j




.. AirLant Chaplain S ,w '-' -4 4 '4 4,300 Workers 1


Conducts Tour Of h


loonl; Fleet UnitsIn : :. Get Pay Raise


order to more closely ac- March\ 13 will be a lucky} ] day for about 4,300 ungraded ill'

quaint local naval personnel $ tfzkia'Ca : (skilled and unskilled) employees at the Naval Air' Station,

with the Navy's new Moral ic Mayport\ Cecil-Field and the Navy Fuel Depot, when the first

Guidance Program, Chaplain pay checks reflecting average six-cent hourly increase will

Donald F. Kelly, ComAirLantForce be received. _..
Chaolain, has been visit- The wage hike, effective MarI .r

ing with local air groups this marks.the first increase for thl Survey, Party

week at NAS Jacksonville. : k "blue Collar" per diem employee;:
since Oct. 1950. An increase foi I
Established by authority of
r'Z: the ""blue collar" Civil ServicE: Studies Local
BuPers Bulletin 51-750, the get ,
personned was authorized bj
Moral Guidance Program was
Congress"effective last July 1.
devised for furthering the
Scrap Set-up
spiritual and moral well beingof
The new wage scale will rais
each man as well as furthering es; Edward W: Greb, director of
.. ... the existing payroll in the area:!
his morals through ade- mentioned by nearly $3,500. Similarly the salvage divIsion National

quate recreation programs and __..____ ",,_no......... m.._..__ affected will be about 20(0 I Production Authority, Washing.
efficent counseling I employees of the Naval Hospitaland ton, D. C., headed a survey party
DISCUSS NEW SCHOOL Capt. Lester K. Rice center),
: commanding -
Here One WeekChaplain undetermined number a1 t
1 an which visited the salvage -
operations
officer of NATTCenter, discusses the curriculum of the
Kelly arrived here newly commissioned .Aviation Ground Officers' school with the Green Cove. Springs Naval I at the Naval Air Station last
by Navy air last Saturday and Comdr Pleas Greenlee (left) training officer of the new school Station. Friday.
has been operating out of the and Comdr. Richard S.. Stuart (right), NATTC executive officer. The increase represents .an ad,
mainside Catholic chaplain's j The school is designed to prepare Junior officers for training in justment with comparative wage Greb, who works directly under
office for his visits to the squad. naval aviation ground billets. scales of private industry within I Mobilization Director Charles E.
rons. He is scheduled to leave I the Jacksonville area. An indus
Wilson, is in Washington for the
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tomorrow for Key West. I trial survey was carried out last
I November under supervision oi f fourth time at the behest of the
Has Unique Sign Air Officers Get
During his numerous travels, j the Area Wage and Classification I government. He was first called '
which began in 1941 and has included Office at NAS Jax. Such surveysare s to head the salvage program in

,, such stopping points as I periodically directed by the 1942, and again in 1945, 1947, and
the USS New York, Independence Navy Department in compliancewith
New SchoolAn the Law of 1862. the current drive that started last
the new aircraft carrier Prep April.
Princeton, and NAS Alameda.
\ I Calif. Chaplain Kelly acquireda This year, however, it was necessary "Had it not been for that effort,
,
officer's version of the Airman Preparatory Schoolwas to obtain further authorization -
which has become
unique sign 100 hearth furnaces would
tohis commissioned last week at the ever expanding Naval from the National Wage open
a familiar sight ac-
be shut down for lack of
Stabilization Board before the! today
quaintances.Green Air Technical Training Center here. This new Aviation "
hike could be made effective material, he declared.
with shamrocks and Ground Officers' School (AGO) is designed to prepare junior It pay will be felt most in the Over scrap *

the legend of "Kelly's PoolHall" officers for training in Naval aviation ground billets. haul and Repair departmentwhere Greb, with Comdr. Austin Bar-
painted on it, the sign than 3,000 civilians:
Previously, the policy has beento more
now hangs over his office doorat Officers Billets, and Classification are employed in the various nett, of the Navy Bureau of Sup
Norfolk, where he serves on send officers directly to the and Assignment.In shops. plies and Accounts, and Col. O. E..
staff of Vice Admiral Bal- appropriate specialized training
the- one phase the student offi- Thomas, of the Munitions Board

.. lantyne. school, depending upon general cers will ...nd four hours in I are making an inspection of all
ized indoctrination at
Before he entered the Navy courses Reel SpccJ' In
each of the twelve rate-shops of uCC'
OCS for aviation background.With military installations in the con-
he conducting youth work
was ANP{ ) School. These rate shops
with Bishop Schiel. founder of the training provided in deal with the work done by the Sonic /Wens Al I tinental United States, in the interest

the CYO. He was trained and this school, officers will be ableto enlisted ratings in Naval Avia- NATrCcnlcrSpeed of accelerating the government's -
ordained in Chicago, his hometown capitalize on the training available tion. Students will become famil- salvage
in specialized Naval Avia- scrap program.
by the late Cardinal
iar with the rates and gain an
limits within the Naval
tion courses. The situation Is still critical
.. Mundelein. understanding of the significanceto supply
Training will be directed- towards the Naval Aviation Ground Area Air Technical have been Training reduced Center to 20 Greb stated, particularly sup.

billets in the fields of Officer. miles hour the plies of steel and Most of
Observe FridayAs Aviation Maintenance, Aviation per on following copper.
Will
Electronics Combat Intelligence, Students are primarily from streets: the cutbacks in industry are due
,
Naval Air Intelligence, Aviation the Officers' Candidate School in Allegheny from Yorktown to these shortages, and an order
HolidayFriday
Legal Newport, R. I. The majority are south to Birmingham; Saratoga
Ordnance, Photo Interpretation,
has just been written governing
college graduates and average 23 from Allegheny east to Jason;
Feb. 22, k a legalholiday' Communications, Target Air-
years of age.APPTITUDE. Enterprise from Allegheny east salvage of automobiles produced
and will be observedas craft, and Catapult and Arresting
Gear. to Jason; Childs from Birmingham prior to 1946 and now in wreck-
such at the Naval Air will Sta I TESTS will be north to Yorktown; Biscayne ing yards. He said there was a
be
tion. Civilian employees
administered during the course from Birmingham north to York-
ton of material in
THE EIGHT-WEEK good raw every
paid for the day according to course
.. statutes. will have a complement of 50 to to determine the ground officer town; Keily from Birminghamnorth car, with these early models prov-
75 aviation-indoctrinated officersper I billet each student is best quali- to Yorktown; Gillis from ing one of the best sources for
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)) Birmingham north to Yorktown.SCRAP .
month. This total may be increased I scrap.
Weather OutlookFair to 100 at a later date. There is no relief foreseen in
Twenty of the 320 hours trainingwill the demand for copper, he said,
weather Is in store for be devoted to instruction in until late 1953.
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the principles of supervision in *
the week-end, according to the
NAS Aerology Office. the NATTC Supervisors' Training Other less critical materials the
and cool. Course. This is similar to the government is seeking for its
Friday Clearing winds. course used in training the Cen- t > stockpiles include iron brass,
Light shifting ter instructors for administrativeduties bronze, tin, lead and zinc. At
Saturday-Partly cloudy and in the various technical NAS Jax approximately 1,500,000

4 warmer Southerly winds. training 'schools. \5 Ee1ll? pounds of scrap steel have been

Sunday Partly cloudy and Field trips will be an integral processed in the salvage yard
warm. Light to moderate south- part of the course. Such study within the past year.
westerly winds. outside the classroom is considered : ? Expansion in production auto

necessary by the Center's ftk4 matically increases the need for
Training Department in that "on scrap. In 1950 the consumption of
Voting Data the spot" experience is gained 1& gross tons of purchased scrap was
and the subject matter of lec- J1j1t 29 and one half million. In 1951
tures is graphically illustrated. this figure rose to nearly 35 mil.
Made AvailableInstructions
."Under our system", said Commander lion gross tons and for 1952 it is
Pleas Greenlee, Training i expected to be in excess of 38
and information Officer of the new school "an million tons. -

concerning voting proceduresfor officer will gain actual experience The salvage yard at NAS Jax
Navy and Marine Corps in the subjects which he \\j Is operated by the Supply Depart-

.. personnel are now available for hears discussed at the lectures. ment. Vast scrap piles of alumi.
Louisiana, Minnesota, Illinois This fills in the overall picture num, derived from crashed air.
and New Jersey. for him." He added that the Navy craft and Public Works construe-
Original information can be bas found this system to be delirable tion projects are melted in the
found in the Navy Department from the standooint .of yard's own furnace into ingots
Bulletin of January 15, 1952, efficiency and economy of training ready for shipment.
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BuPers Circular Letter 5-52. time. 4 '.W"': ;""" >&"'''T TI Stores of batteries removed

Personnel Officer's Memorandum 0S SURVEY-Cast Iron stores, part of the scrap metals from cars, planes and ships at
16-51 contains excerpts of CURRICULUM divided into sorted'and stored' in bins at the salvage yard at NAS Jax are Green Cove Springs, Cecil Field
this circular letter. If there are rive! phases-Introduction to Naval inspected by Edward W. Greb (left), director of the Salvage Di. and the stations are shipped to
any additional questions, per- Air Organization. Naval Ad. vision, National Production Authority, Washington D. C. Accompanying smelting foundries where needed
sonnel are invited to contact ministration in FleH- Air Units, Greb) are George Murdock, yard supervisor; Comdr. lead is reclaimed. Iron, tin, lum
. Information and Education of* Naval Air Operations, Familiarization !- Austin Barnett, Bureau of Supplies & Accounts, and Col. O. E. ber and many other materials are
- -.. Ace. Room 141; Building No; 1. with Aviation Ground Thomas eC Munitions Board. salvaged in the yard at NAS JYour -.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 21 February 1952

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Report From Washington



J1I X flLwtllt, .. "n,"" s I Congress To Act t On More Service Bills


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station. Jacksonville. FlA.NAS, Jacksonville Consider Extra Combat Pay For Troops In KoreaBy .

Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Armed Forces Press Service), ed from July 1, 1951 to Oct. 1, 1951 and the ..
Comdr. James II. Armstrong ..,...._. Executive Officer The following bills of interest to Service minimum active federal service "as of" date
Lcdr. Gordon D. Walker.._........._. ...... _.... Public Information Officer personnel were recently introduced in Con- hall been extended from Jan. I, 1952 to April ,
Fleet Atr Jacksonville gress: 1, 1952.
Rear Adm. Osborne B Hardison CommanderFleet 1. A bill to credit any re-drafted person '

Air Wing Eleven with active service previously performed. under The Military District of Washington's latest

Capt. Jesse S. McClure _._____....?.._.?._ Commander the Selective Service Act. television show, "Meet the Troops" made its
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer 2A bill to authorize and direct the Com- debut over station WTOP-TV recently. The
mandant of the U. S. Coast Guard to furnish show features films and interviews designed
Air Technical
Naval Training Center
hospitalization, medical, surgical and dental to show the life of
Capt. Lester K. Rice Commanding Officer a soldier in today's Army. "

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart........ ... ..___.._._. ..._..Executive Officer C.care G.for dependents of personnel of the U. S. It will run for 13 weeks.. e

Naval Hospital 3. A bill reasserting the power of Congress Iceland has been
Capt Dwight J. Wharton...._..___. Commanding Officer to declare war and to control the involvementof leave added to the areas where
to U.
the S. be
emergency
Capt. GuE.. Stahr Executive Officer American forces in may granted
: NARTU soil. armed conflict on foreign without prior authority of the Department of "
the Army or the Air Force. Leave will be
Capt. Easton B Noble._ ,Commanding Oflcer 4. A bill to authorize the appointment of granted based
on reports obtained local
by
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer qualified
women as physicians and specialists
representatives of the American Red Cross.
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions Air in the Force.medical services of the Army, Navy and This represents a change in SR 600-175-10 and

., flI84 and 216. 5. A bill to provide that the Commandantof AFR 35-65B. .
the JAX AIR NEWS CublHheO weeitry at the U. S. Naval Air Station. the Marine Corps shall have a permanent
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-I proDrlatfd funds The Chiefs of Staff Committee of the North
at no expense' to the government and In compliance\ with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. rather than a temporary rank of General. Atlantic Ocean
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the 6. A bill to amend the Army-Navy Medical Regional Planning Group,
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval) Auxlllirv Ar! Station Cecil Field. and Service Corps Act of 1947 to authorize the ap- which consists of ranking officers of 10 of the
the U. S. Naval Hospital pointment a Chief of the Medical'Service 12 signatory nations to the North Atlantic
Editor-Andrew H. Planev: Treaty convened recently in a closed session.
Corp of the Navy and for other
Staff Members Marian Sprenger, JO3 Mary Bixones. JOSN: purposes. Headed Adm.
: ; 7. A bill to facilitate the voluntary enlist by Lynde D. McCormick, newly
Dave Devroy, SN. ment in the regular military establishment of appointed Supreme Allied Commander. At-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or roe Armed Forces Press Service. qualified American Samoans. lantic, the committee concerned itself with the
AFPS material appearing In this' publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
establishment
of Atlantic Command Staff
8. A bill to make additional an ,
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other funds avail-
matter except by service publication. Is piohlblted without permission of able to the Administrator of Veterans Affairsfor and headquarters to be located in Norfolk,Va.
Editor. JAX AIR NEW direct .
home and farmhouse loans to eligi-
ble veterans under title III of the Service A program to stimulate a healthy mental-
man's Readjustment Act of 1944. outlook in Air. Force personnel was outlined -

-TEN SECONDS TO LIVE 9. A bill to grant permanent and total rat- recently during a five-day conference in the
ing to all veterans of Service-connected nervous Pentagon. Attending the conference were ap- ,
disability where no substantial improve- proximately 50 officers who head morale and
lie pushed his sleeve back, the right. ment in the past 10 :years is shown and indus- welfare] activities in the Air Force. Gen. Hoyt
held his wrist watch to the S trial inadaptability is apparent. S. Vandenberg, Air Force Chief of Staff, addressed ...
lighted speedometer squintedto One second to live. Horror .. the opening meeting.
read the time A little after numbed everything, into slow '"' Extra combat pay for front line troops in .
nine. Five, ten minutes after, motion. lie was floating right Korea is now under consideration Senator The Navy has announced forthcoming flight '
Ought to be home in half an into the near corner of the Richard B. Russell (D) Ga. said recently. He tests of the XA3D, its newest attack plane.
hour.If truck bed. He opened his reported that combat pay bonuses will be con- The twin-jet carrier! plane is an advancementon
he'd known he only had mouth to scream. sidered as a new section of the pay increasebill the AD Skyraider, which has been the I...
ten seconds to live, he might No seconds to live.It's which has been approved by the House. standard Navy attack plane since 1947.
.
time happened to lots of peo .
the
have checked more
closely. He might have done ple. Oh maybe not just that Two important changes in its criteria for A total of 99 officers and 95 airmen received .....
, several things differently.'Ten way, but similar. Drive too third round officer promotions has been announced degrees from civilian colleges" and universitiesat
seconds to live. He massaged long, eyes get tired reactions by the Department of the Air Force. the end of the recent semester. They stud-
his eyes with thumb and slow down. Rain, darkness, a The cut-off date for serving continually on ied under AFR 35-52A, otherwise known as
middle finger trying to rub windshield that's hard to see active duty in current grade has been extend- "Operation Bootstrap."
through. Driving too fast. A
out some of the sand.
car or truck ahead that youcan't
Nine seconds to live. He'd see. It's happened to lots t. r
driven almost eight hours of folks.It .
since lunch, and was beginningto could happen to you. 1.
feel it. I I
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Eight seconds to live Lousy Lt. Frank Coghlan' ,
driving in the rain. Light from MAINSIDE

your own headlights just seem Thursday, February 21
to soak in along with the wa- Leaves NARTU Ma & Pa Kettle At The Fair _

ter. Percy Kilbride

Seven seconds to live. Probably For New DutiesLt. ;: Friday, February 22

need a new windshield Wild Blue Yonder _. .. _.
wiper blade. Old one just ....... Wendell CoreySaturday
spreads the water around instead Frank Coghlan, for the x. x -
clean. Get one past three years Public Informa- February 23
of wiping North To The Klondike .. ... ..
time it tion Officer of the Naval Air Re- -
next
tomorrow, or -
ss .. ....Broderick Crawford -
rains. serve Training Unit at NAS Jack-
Six seconds to live. Some- sonville, is being relieved of duty r Sunday, February 2f
body threw a cigarette out of this week to take up duties in Bugles] In The Afternoon ... _
an oncoming car. The red glow Washington D. C. .... ......Ray Milland .
dissolved almost before it hit His new job will be in the Monday, February 25 ,

the pavement. office of the Chief of Naval Information The First Time ?.-. "-"-_'? .._. _
as liaison officer be- .. .. ..Robert Cummings ..
Five seconds to live. He tween the Navy and the televisionand r is Tues. & Wed., Feb. 26-27

planted his heel on the floorboard motion pictures, industries.Lt. t 4 Death Of A Salesman _... ..___ _
squirmed back in the Clarence J. Robey, his relieving J .. ..__h...*. _Fredric March
seat, trying for comfort. officer, has arrived and is NATTCENTER'
Four seconds to live. At 60 being orientated to his new Thursday, February 21'

miles an hour, a car covers 88 duties as the unit's newly titled 1. { ( Texas Carnival ...___?.....____ ... -
feet of pavement every second. Command Liaison Officer. His x t- __..__ ..Esther Williams t.
Four seconds, 352 feet. new job also involves being Pro Friday, February 22

Three seconds to live. Something curement Officer for the Naval NARTU PIO DEPARTS-Lt. Frank Coghlan (right) Public North To The Klondike ......... .._
looked through Aviation Cadet ., .
wrong _
program. Broderick Crawford
Information officer for NARTU Jax for
the past three years bands
windshield. A ten-
the blurry over his duties to his successor Lt. Clarence J. Robey. Lt. Cogh- Saturday, February 23
tative dab at the brake stiffened Winning his wings( at Pensa- Ian leaves here to assume his new billet in the office of Chief of Wild Blue Yonder ________._._ ... ..
into desperate pressure as cola in 1944, Lt. Coghlan was Naval Information.Lt. '_' .._. Wendell Corey
he made out an old unlighted, first stationed at Jacksonville in Sunday, February 24

slow moving truck ahead. 1946 with the 7th Naval District.In C. J. "Joe" Robey received his Return of The Texan __..._ _
Two seconds to live. Panic 1948 he returned to active duty wings in May 1943 at Pensacola, __ ._..Dale Robertson
moved in. Turn to the left. No, with the Naval Air Reserve and and regained there to Instructfor GPONOTES Mon. & Tues., Feb. 25-26 .

car coming. Headlights too was stationed at NARTU, Jack a year. He was next assignedto I I II Bugles In The Afternoon _____.__ _
close. Can't make it. Turn to sonville. NAS Patuxent River, Md. as ___Ray Milland
He was known ast "Junior" an Armament Test Pilot and Wednesday, February 27

Coghlan when he got his start in Project Engineer. The First Time ?._.__.._._. ..__._ ._
r DIVINE))\ movies at the age of three and Leaving the service Lt. Robey I The Hill Billy dance at the ______Robert Cummings
I half old. He made
years many became a member of the National CPO Club Saturday, Feb. 16, was NAVAL HOSPITAL
movies as a child and was placed Advisory Committee for Aero- an apparent success. It is antici- Thursday, February :21 '
'(SERVICES; under a five year contract to nautics. In 1946 he entered the pated in the future to have at At Sword's Point .-_. ..... _. .. __.-.
Cecil B. DeMille- and made sev- service in the Coast Guard as least one Hill-Billy type dance a ___. '_'_ Cornel Wilde
eral films With the famous direc- ,
month. Friday February 22
Chief Aviation Pilot and was
Protestant Services All. tor. stationed at CGAS Elizabeth The Sunday evening tea dance Jungle Jim In Forbidden Land....
D830-M o r n i n g ..
_._.___....__ J. Weismuller ;
Saints Chapel. Frank featured in several City, N. C., CG Air Detachment was a huge success, enjoyed by a -
was Sat. & Sun., Feb. 23-24
Annette Island Alaska and also nice crowd.
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. movies. He played in "The Yan- Texas Carnival _.Red Skelton
D930-Sunday School Small ChapeL kee Clipper', "Slide, Kelly, Kodiak, Alaska. The club will furnish free juke Monday, February 25
Slide", the title role in Richard For the past three years, Lt. box music for the regular Satur- Return of The Texan .._. .. ..
1045-All Saints ChapeL Harding Davis' story of "Let-er- Robey has been in the Bureau of day evenir.g dance this week. The ?_._Dale RobertsonTuesday
go-Gallager", and he co-starred Naval Personnel in Washington, Sunday evening dinner dance, February 26

D830) and 0930 Catbolio-Mass, St.- Ed with Lewis Wolheim in "SquareShoulders" D. C.Air. from 1800 to 2200, will feature Wild Blue ...___ __
I Mel Coody's band.A YonderWendell
ward's Chapel. ] He played the part of ..._ Corey
Sam in "Penrod and Sam" and variety of entertainment Is Wednesday, February 27 .
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism with Shirley Temple in a seriesof OfficersContinued being planned by the Club for BugleS] In The Afternoon .._..... ._ "
Class). Educational Comedies and the near future. All hands are advised ....Ray Milland
f 1030-Mass. St. Edward's ChapeL parts in other movies.* I ( from Page 1) to consult the Plan of the .
C645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. In addition to his movie experience fied for. On completion of school, Day for times and dates. lets from the standpoints of -
Christian Science Lt. Coghlan has appeared i duties and responsibilities. He
will be screenedfor
many: times on national radio' they carefully ior officer starting on his careerin will also get an understandingfrom
Small Chapel
ruesday- OOO-at shows including: "Mayor of the advanced training a Navy Naval aviation familiar with the problems connected
Mormon Town", "Dr. Christian", Gene Technical School. its organization, and we want with the.training of subordinate
Thursday-1930-at Small Chapel Autry's "Melody Ranch", "Henry "We are out to accomplish a him to understand the principles personnel. Lastly we fire. going'
Aldrich" series and the CBS Lux five-fold objective in this new of air operations in general. Next to guide him in the developmentof
Jewish Radio program", said Captain Lester K. we want to give him an under- officer-Like characteristic, per.
J830- Monday, NATTC Auditor- Theatre Rice, NATTC commanding officer standing of the functions of all sonal integrity and the attributes
ium. A native of Washington, D. C.. "We want to make the jun- the aviation ground officers bil of \* .,

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I. Dialogue Station UJ 1 ) r _. J J



(By Armed Forces Press Service) ".
President Truman recently ,
("Station Dialogue" provides !an nominated 39 AF officers for pro- "
opportunity for military and civ. w;; motion to the temporary gradesof
ihan personnel of NAS to voice major general and brigadier
b their opinion on a question put to general. The promotions are subject
,. them by a Jax Air News repot x3I to confirmation by the Sen-
> y
er). ate.
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Today's question: "Has your Six shipbuilding firms have received -
hitch in the Navy in jiny way contracts to build 148 45-
helped your career as a civilian foot picket boats for the Navy.
Three shipyards on the East
or prepared you for civilian life'
Frederick r Stanley BM2: Coast, two on the West Coast and
.... : one in the Great Lakes region

"I will be in the Navy for eight ; were awarded. the. *contracts. '
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more years, and I like this field i of _
work. It has helped my choice i of Maj. Gen. Claude B. Feren-
baugh, formerly a member of the
civilian career, since I plan to go
... into rigging for some oil firm; UN Armistice Delegation in Ko-
when I get 'tout, and maybe start _fi ..- rea, has been reassigned as commanding -
general of the 301st Log-
a cattle farm.on. the. side. EPS SESSION-Third group of the first 25 per cent of the O & R supervisors to undergo train- istical Command at Ft Rucker,
DN Ing in the familiarization of the basic principles of operations analysis and motion study held its Ala.
Mary EllenICreerYt! to: be.< final session last Thursday. Front row, left to right, are, Eugene S. Collins, Roy S. Weiss, Earl M. .
"I requested the this work training I'm doing Wysong, William B. Myrick, Harold, W. Robinson and Charles L. Saxton. Back row, Charles M. A total of 14,956 Ground Con,
with and
gin is what I'd wan Head, James O'Donnell API, Walter W. Scott, Jimmie L. Young, John F. Onstott, Thomas S. Cox, trol Approach landings (GCA)
right now .just. Thomas O. Sawyer (chief Instructor), Arthur L. Hargnett, Guy N. Nix, Chalmtr L. Thomas, were made at Ashiya AFB in Japan

Cpl. Thomas E. Hubbard: Harvey F. Council, Charles F, Hardy, Reginald A Norris, and Milo Jones. during 1951. It is believed to
"After medical discharge be a USAF world-wide record for
my Ilccommission 3 Subs I
comes through I'm going back 1 to Complete Traininq I the year. c
the medical field. I was an X-ray The three submarines, USS GuN'
technician as a civilian and since tarro, USS Hammerhead and Rear Adm. Russell E. Wood U.
the Marine Corps doesn't have an 58 O&R Supervisors Study Basic USS Hardhead were recently re- S. Coast Guard, will assume com-
X-ray branch, I can't say that: commissioned at Mare Island Na- mand of the 5th Coast Guard Dist.
my hitch has helped much. I received val Shipyard, Calif. Norfolk, Va., July 1. He formerlywas
Interior Guard Duty trair Principles Of 'Operations Analysis'Fiftyeight I Deputy Chief of Staff at
lag, and it may have benefited me Coast Guard Headquarters, Wash.
more than I realize, but certair Cecil Field NX ington, D. C.
of the Overhau inate waste motion. The last S .
X.i
ly not my civilian career, as
hour of the course last week More than 4,000 soldiers partic-
technician. and Repair Department supervisors -
ray was spent in reviewing the ipated in the Army Education
completed a coursin movies and discussing the Puts New Policies
Ruth A. Hayworth, (X.ray program at Ft. Hood, Texas, during -
familiarization of basi
a changes. 1951. Today more than 1.000
... technician"Although): I'm in X-ray now, I principles of operations analysis Actually, the course is not intended Into' OperationCecil soldiers are continuing their
make of the
las to experts schooling through correspondencecourses.
hold a degree in recreation, and and motion study supervisors in motion study. .
have been very interested in physical week. making .
I Rather it is directed at Field's Navy Exchange, -
But the
Navy
says
must therapy.remain in X-ray for the rest This course, conducted by him a competent judge of the under the management of Woodrow Seven units of the Air Defense
of my hitch (Reserve), as otherwise Thomas O. Sawyer, of George value of these techniques to Bumbling recently transferred Command have been cited by the
... I would require mor H. Elliott and Company. New his own operations and recog- I National Foundation for Infantile
,
in conjunctionwith nize the operations which may from NATTCenter's Ship'sService
schooling to enter the physics York City is Paralysis for their oustanding
field. the Engineered Performance require detailed analysis by the is inaugurating a complete ,. generosity and assistance duringthe
therapy Standard Project (EPS) expert. new program in policy 1951 March of Dimes cam-

Helen M. Thies, IIM2 (reserve being pioneered in the O & R which will become effective in paign. .
department here. IN MANY cases the supervisor '"

recall"What): a time for a question Forty hours of training was can, if he has a general the near future. i When 1.000 paratrc ers hit the
like that! M" hitch is up in given the students in a six understanding of both opera- Sumbling is a man of consider- ground after a mass Jump at the
April and right now I'm undecided weeks period. The first 24 tion analysis and motion study, able experience in the manage- Camp Drum. N. Y., winter maneuvers
as to my military career hours were spent in classroomson devise a better way of doing a ment of Naval Exchange stores they found mess sergeants
I am a Property and Accoun lectures and discusion job without the aid-of the ex- and was attached to NAAS Cecil waiting with hot coffee made by
technician, and in the last war: groups. The remaining six pert. Operations analysis and Field when it was deactivated in field kitchens also dropped by

originally, I did not request this hours was spent in the shops motion study techniques are 1947.A. parachute. .
job, but after the last war, I wa picking various jobs that could aimed at increasing productivity change in operating hours at
thankful I had received the train be simplified. by eliminating unnecessary Cecil Field has been announcedby Capt. Charles Allan Buchanan
ing, because it proved a well pay motions. the new manager. The retail has been named Commandant of
ing job as a civilian. I think, i iI if MOVIES were taken of the Onlv about 25 per cent of the barber shop an Uniform shop Midshipmen-th< second highest
decide to become a civilian: Jobs as they were performedand O&R supervisors participatedin will be open from 0900 to 1700 on post-at the Naval Academy.
again, I'd go into Civil Service then "after" movies were this training. In the future Monday thru Friday. 0900 to 1200on Capt. Buchanan is a veteran of
and that being the'case, my Navy; taken to show how the procedure the remaining supervisors will Saturday.The both Mediterranean and Pacific
hitch will have helped me very; could be changed to elim- be given the same training un- restaurant and fountainwill invasions in WWII. His last assignment -
much. der the direction of the Train- be from 0800 to 1800 was commanding officer
ing Division of IRD and Indus- Monday thru open Friday, 0800 to 1400on of the USS Worcester.
Lt. Frank E. Goodwin, (Hospl. trial Management Division of Saturday and closed all day .
tal patient): 19000; Await O&R. Sunday.
"I have already made the Navy; The Porthole's new hours are To Fire VikingIn

my career, and have only 3V Draft Call Permit Retired OfficersTo from 1600 to 2230 Monday thru i
more years ,to go, before retire
1400 2230 Saturday
Thursday. to on -
ment. I have been in Communications Hold VA Appointments and Sunday. The Porthole is I Record Try

26 years, and in my; I In AprilThe Washington (AFPS-The Department the enlisted men's Club at Cecil.Friday's ,
high school days, was going of Defense has an-
. to take it up in civilian life anyway I nounced that certain retired and Porthole hours are Next SpringWashington
from 1600 to 2300. featuring a'
I've thought about going
Marine Corps has asked warrant officers of the Armed
dance with an orchestra providing
communication
into commercial business. I also for 4,000 draftees in April while Forces may be appointed and employed music every Friday night (AFPS) A new
to set up my own Adminis-
by the Veterans assault the altitude record of
wants 15000. This starting at 2000. on
want that farm I've wished for. the Army tration without affecting.their re- 135 miles for single-stage rocket
call for 19,000 men is the lowest tired status. More improvements are on the will be attempted by the Navy
Lcdr. Joseph A. Price (USNR since last September when 16- The VA has been empoweredby way and will be announced upon next spring.
recall), NARTC, Daytona Beach: 900 was the number requestedby law to appoint these officersto completion, according to Mr. The eighth Viking rocket, de
:" "My Navy work is closely related the two services. positions within its organization Sumbling signed and manufactured by the
'. to my job outside. I am an until Aug. 10, 1956. Theyare I I Naval Research Laboratory and
Inspector-instructor officer or an This brings the grand total of still, however .subject to the The old naval frigate was the he Glenn L. Martin Co., is expected -
other name for jack-of-all-trades, announced draftees to 894,430 limitations on retirement and by cruiser of her day. She had one to break the present mark.
. ... at NRTCenter, Daytona Beach since selective service 1950.was The resumed Federal civilian salary restric- gun deck below her spar-deck or Generating about 20,000 pound
Prior to my recall December, in September tions imposed by Section 212. Act top-most deck and generally car of thrust, the new rocket will
I operated a business shop. I have Marine Corps has requested of June 30 1952, as amended. ried 28 to 44 guns. lave a greater diameter than its
22 more months before I can re 77,430 and the Army, 817,000. even predecessors to permit a.
turn to my business." The April call is the third greater; fuel load of liquid oxy-
lowest since the outbreak of the gen; and alcohol.
Korean War The lowest for The: Vikings are being used in
Marines Scan any month was July 1951, when cientific studies of the upper at.
15,000 men were drafted by the mosphere. Information obtainedi

Army. expected to benefit radio communication -
EM Ranks Army spokesmen said the increased meteorology, and the
number of veterans uided-missile program.accountant .
who are re-enlisting is one rea- I .
For OfficersWashington son for the smaller April draft.Sti' Auditor

(AFPS)The Marines .
are looking into their owr Vacancies Open
enlisted ranks for 1,000 new
officers. Applications for the position of
Commanding officers have beer Accountant and Auditor, Grade
instructed by the Commandantto 1S-12 aqd GS-13 are now being
recommend applicants, regardless ccepted by the Regional Direc-
of rank, who measure up tc ,- ..Y tor, 5th U. S. Civil Service RegIon -
Yap
certain standards. Most of those h JS > it was announced last week
commissioned will be senior noncommissioned by the Industrial Relations De-
officers who have artment Memorandum No. 8-52.

approximately 10 years service These positions are in the
'1" and are veterans of WWII. -Q ecialized fields of Commercial
Younger marines with less ser = ccounting, Fiscal Accounting,
I vice are also eligible, providing 4i: % and Manufacture and Processingost
1.- they are college graduates 01 __ Accounting. Appointments
equivalent. The senior non-coms i __
lade as a result of this examina.
.
I will be given temporary commissions .
I ------- ------------ tion will be on a non-competitive
in the regular Marine NAVY WIVES INSTALLATION Highlight of the recent basis and will not confer a com

will Corps be while commissioned the younger in the men Marine ry officer installation ceremony of the Navy Wives Club was the petitive civil service status.
Corps Reserve. lighting of the candle of leadership by the re-elected president Necessary forms and additional
Marine' Corps estimates Mrs. Elliott Newell. Officiating at the ceremony was Chaplain formation[ be obtained :
The ,
that ,about 85 percent of all its "Everywhere I go-women" I Robert Elliott. Witnessing the ceremony are Mrs. Verne Saultz from the Boar of U. S. Civilsrvice r
officers have had enlisted service. women, women! I and Mrs, Steve Bell (right. ). Examiners. Building 907.

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VP-741, VP-3, VF.62, VF-14. Fasion 109. Fasron 9, VF-32. VA-45 Report Begin Testing \



It Scouting Jacksonville Urea Squadrons Armament Of


I Speedy Planes
VP.711 1 the ten-pin artists with a 167 In the competitive gunnery exercises Department took over the num.
t" Changing the insignia on his 1 average and high game total of I of fiscal 1951 Ens. Kappwas ber ONE spot in the Fasron lea- A new for
testing
hat recently was Floyd O. Holder, awarded the Navy "E" for gue last week after taking; all armament program .
208.Trailing I of
systems
,former AOC, who was recently Andriola in individual excellence in rocket three high
firing. points from the Jet Shop: '"
; .appointed Warrant Officer. Holder statistics is Roland C. Rosini I Maintenance is trailing in the speed, high-altitude aircraft i it!
will remain with the squadron AT3, wth 207 as high game total Fasron 10P I number two -spot with nine recently.underway, the Navy announced' '
until further notice. Congratulations and an average of 162. 'Big gun' in the basketballteam's points, one under Supply.
I and best of luck from "All The Navy said it Is using the
Latest victory for VP-3 first win last week was '
was a Jack Athcrton led in the first t Air Force guided missile test
Hands"
3-1 drubbing of Commissary Dennis Mannix, AN. with 16
game with a score of 187, but t
from
extending
Recently joining the brown Store, notched after falling; behind points to his credit. The loss fell short in the second fray when range Canaveral Fla. Cape
the
baggers in VP-741 were Prince 65 pins at the end of the leaves the squad with a one loss Carmen Christiano topped Ijis Grand Bahamas Islands.through '
Hicks, AKAN, whose marriageto first game. --one win record since they score by one point
.
Latest and fastest Naval ...
; Miss Doris Ann Whitson, took dropped a 51-34 game to VP-5
place in Miami on Feb. 9, and VF62Approximately before chalking up their 50-35 The Supply '"Welcome Mat"was planes are testing newly developed -
t, Edward Washington, CSSN. said 130 guests were victory over VF-741. ''I laid out recently to welcome armament systems at
the vows with Miss Betty Ann greeted at the door by HaroldT. Cecil Holifield, AE2, and back.aboard Rutherford E. Hunt, altitudes ranging upward from
t. Gay of Jacksonville. Scott, AOC, and Edward L. Bruce Behr, AN, were high AK1 attend who left the around Guided Christmasto 25,000 feet, according to the. '
I. The "Welcome Mat" was recently DeCourcev, AMI. at the enlisted scorers in the losing contest but school in Calif. and Missile later Bureau of Aeronautics. '.'
f dusted off to welcome party held on the Roof Gardenof couldn't pull their mates through. transferred to VC-62 after was learning During the tests, which will
V f aboard Jack Purbaush, AL2, the Mayflower Hotel last With practice this squad hould storekeepers not continue all year, aerial tows
Earnest Thomas, AM2, Julius week with each lady receiving a present trouble for league teams. to attend school.were required and radio controlled "drones"or
Fitzgerald, ALl, Willard Olsey, srardenia corsage, compliments of Shinning over last week were dummy planes will be utilized -
i AE3 Quentin Lane, AE1, William VF-62. Guy Fuller, AMC, Fasron 109 the Navy added.
-Porter, ALC, Frank Atwater, An excellent dinner of breastof leading chief, and David Snyder VF-32 1 The Navy hopes to determinehow
AMI, all from. NAS. Pensacola. chicken on ham steaks was AR1, for six :years each. Six pilots from Fighter Squadron well the electronic com-
John McCra. AD2, reported served to begin the festivitieswith Welcome aboard-Edwin Babo- 32 recently garnered the puters, pun-aiming and firing
from Milton, Fla., Pete Jaworski, music furnished later bv Hal wichz AD3, Stanley Barnes, AN, Navy "E" for outstanding scores mechanisms work at high i
AN, from New Orleans, La., John Green's orchestra. John Turn. Ronald Bowles AN,' James made while participating in com speeds and altitudes.
Marll. AA, from NAS, Key West bull AD3, acted as master of Brown AN, Clvde Lowin AN, petitive exercises. Comdr. Otho E. McCrackinis
;, and Herbert Hancock, AT3 from ceremonies during an intermission William Hart. AN Garland MeCowell. Two of the six pilots annexedan in charge of the Navy test
NAS Jax. and displayed surprising!': AMAN, Charles Gibson, "E" in two out.of the three unit, based at Sanford, Fla.
,
I ab'tity as MC and ns comedian. AMAN, and Louis Clark. AMAN. competitive exercises held. Auth- .
VP-3 Francis Gill, ADI. Jprne W. 'I Congratulations to Frederick orized to wear the "E" on his air-,
Richard J. D Jano. AEAN, Haves, AKAN, and Paul; V. Pole- Bonkowski, AN, and his wife for craft for Gunnery and Glide T.nJy Wins Ticket
vho has been active with a dance snak, AO2, members of the recreation I their seven pound two ounce Bombing is Lt. Comdr. C. A.
band on the brse", was transferred committee are to be congratulated baby boy, Frederick John. All Williams while Lt. A. V Barber From Rwl'Faced
Friday to Washington D. C., fora for the party which) three are reported doing fine. has the "E" painted on for Roc- Station Policeman
basic course of instruction in lasted for hours!': 'vith never a dull Three personnel have departed kets and Gunnerv.
the Naval School of Music. spot throughout.. from the squadron for duty on Other pilots gaining the "E" In Wanted-one husband, offi-
other stations. cer variety, to aid lady in
Shuearts a
During the past few weeks several George Glide Bombing were Lt. Comdr.E. .
of ordnance VF14Ens. AMC, has reported to NATTC, M. Coppola pnd Ens. H. M. distress and relieve a station
have rroups been sent to the personnel naval ; Richard S. Kanp of Fighter Memphis, Tenn.. for instructor's Chapman while Lt. R. E. Fowler policeman of a red face.
aviation mobile training detachment Squadron 14 was killed on a duty, while William Bartenback, and Ens. E. W. Byron copped the In the course of his daily ,. .
t training mission Feb. 11. 19)2 AN and Ronald Paul. AA, departed "'F." .in.. .Qn..lr..t" duties, one of the stationjjuiictnifii
f at building 168 for special: )o<" __1:_,____ L___ _,___ "
when his F4U-4 Corsair fi"hter for duty with the Fasron S utreoppe(1 a
.. training. plane crashed at sea while' 'o"'era- 109 augmenting unit at Miami. VA45Ensign speeding auto to reprimandthe
( Last group to be enrolled in the tine outside the" continental limitsof Merlin Melancon. AE3, has reported driver and present him
r. five day course of basic electricity the United States. back to Fasron 109 for Bob Worchesek, who es. with an invitation to traffic
was compd): of Joseph H. j He is survived bv his parents, duty after completing the P-l tablished himself as the top dive court: f ,
Tennes, AN, Milferd C. Keen, who live in Millville, New Jersey Auto-Pilot school at Teterbore, bomber pilot in the Atlantic Fleet't He efficiently noted the offi-
AA, Leland A. Hennier, AA, and a brother who is attending New Jersey. during the fiscal year 1951, re, cer's tag on the car, examined
and Franklin C. Hull, AA. I University of Cincinnati. The bowling team slipped from cently added to his laurels the the driver's identification (it
The five dav mark 18 gun- While serving with Fighter their winning ways last week, Navy "E" for outstanding score! was a lady) and presented here
sight course has James B. Wilson, Squadron 14, Ens. Kapp made drocoing two matches one to made in glide bombing and with aforementioned invitation
AOC, Yulee C. Kirchaine, AOl, I many friends in the Jacksonville FAW-11 and another to O&R. bombing competitive exercises. with instructions, "Have .
Donald L. Ball. A02, James W. area. He ioined the squadron Equalling Ensign Worschesek'S your husband bring this to
O'Sullivan, AOAN, Wayne A. early in 1950 and made sevens Fasron 9 score for this vear was Lt. (j jg)) traffic court."
Boevers. AN and James W. Hud- uadron cruises, including one James Murphy, AT2. escaped Walter D. Lambert who will also "But, I don't have a husband -
gins, AN on its roster. Five ad- to the Mediterranean' during the serious injuries last week when paint: appropriate letters beside ," was the rejoinder.
ditional men are enrolled in a spring of 1951. the car in which he was driving the "E" on his aircraft signifying "Then, what are you doing
search light course with the Undergoing flight training: as crashed into a mail truck at a glide bombing and dive bombing, with an officer's tag?"
FAETULant Detachment in a Midshipman at Pensacola!': Fla. darkened intersection at Pearl A total of six pilots garnered "I'rna Navy Nurse."
building 150.Twenty and Corpus Christi!, Texas, Ens. and 19th streets. the: "E". Lt. Arl Curry annexed "Oh" replied the suddenly
men have previously Kapp received his wings as a Naval The accident happened around the only "E" for rocket firing mute SP. Last seen' the red-
received instruction on the 20mm Aviator just prior to report midnight with an estimated damage ,while Lt. (jg) Frank W. Crad- faced young man was" headedfor
gun and 30 have garnered school ing to Fighter Squadron 14. of 75000. Murphy stated (dock and Ensigns Lawrence E. the optical department.
ing on ordnance publications. He was recently selected for that at the intersection ]Brumback
a no stop signs were and Henry C. White
permanent commission and also and he slowed down 1 arned the authorization to wear
Almost completing the squadron's selected for future promotion to momentarily before proceeding.. t the "E" for glide bombing accu Robot Guide
nine plane complement ofP2V.S's the rank of Lt. (jg). Pin-toppers from the Supply J racy.
was the addition last
week of three more of the Navy's For Carriers
newest from Quonset Point. Teaches Proper Maintenance and Techniques
Well on their way to being 20- .
year-men are Casey G. Pavuk, I I InFewMonths
ADC, and Carrel E. Harmon, Faetu's Automatic Pilot System 'Does The Job' I'

ADC, who shipped over again Brooklyn, N. Y. (AFPS) -- The
last week. Proven to "do the job" by the S-l Auto Pilot, was designed lished a course of instructionwith USS Oriskany has been designated -
Leading the scoring for the numerous Navy patrol and by Sperry Gyroscope Co., emphasis placed on actual I' as the first carrier to be equip
basketball team is Donn J. Kick. transport squadrons is the S- Great Neck, Long Island, N. Y. adjustments and maintenance ped with a new automatic steering ..
man MNSN, who also doubles as 3/J.l Automatic Pilot system and was one of the first evertto procedure necessary to perform device recently approved by
coach. 'Sweet William' Davis, follows whose only existing operating be used by the Navy. In addition proper field maintenance. the Navy. Installation will take
closely behind with 40. mockup among Faetu detach- to Navy squadrons, many Trainees undergoing the five place in the next few months.
On the bowling front VP-3 ments Atlantic Fleet was con- Air Force units use the system day course are taught system Originally developed after WW .
keglers boast of a respectful record structed and installed by Detachment because of its operational sta- theory to assist them in understanding If, experimental predecessors of
in competition so far and are Two in Building 913 bility and ease of maintenance. f' why various main- the robot helmsman are already
engaged in a tight battle for sec- here at NAS.. Following completion of the tenance procedures must be being used in U. S. Navy destroyers -
ond place in league play. AndyAndnola mockup during the latter part carried out. Practical work is and submarines.The .
AN, continues to paceCitations The original model, known as of 1951, Detachment Two estabFAETU by the student test
,-- -' .__,_.__,_..'h_____,_ performed new steering device will
ing, adjusting, and applying' hold an aircraft carrier's heading
Awarded maintenance techniques on the accurately over long periods of
operating mockup. time and keep a straight gyro ..
To VP-3 Members course despite varying wind' and
j Present model of the S-3 was sea conditions
brought into general and cur It has also been reported that
At InspectionCitations rent use through improvementsof the "robot" can follow rapid
various modifications. Prop change-of-course commands and
and good conduct erly maintained, S-3 gives excellent that personnel can take over
awards were presented to qualified
nersonnel operation with a mini manual steering at any time. ,
during the
personnel
mum amount of trouble.
Besides aiding carriers in
inspection of VP-3 by Comdr. com-
Louis E. DeCamp, commandingofficer Instructors at Detachment bat maneuvers, the robot can assist -
last Saturday. Two accomplish their objec- vessels in refueling dirigible
Although forced to hold inspection : I tives of all automatic pilot systems airships and smaller surface craftat
inside hangar 140 due to the by teaching proper maintenance sea when accurate steering on 'I
techniauesj-equired for a straight course is essential.
rain, the ceremonies went off
.
the best operation.All .
without a hitch, during which
time Walter D. Manhart,. AOC, electrical rated men are Supervisor's AssociationTo
and Nobert Banaszak, AO1, received eligible to take this and many .
commendations from other courses offered regard Sponsor Dance ..
Comdr. DeCamp for their work less of other service schools at The National Association of Su- ;:
'on the new sonobuoy releasessoon Lr tended. Personnel interested pervisors will sponsor a Leap 'i 1
to be adopted by the Navy. +c :V'C d'I should have their training officer Year Dance on the Mayflower '
For his activity with VP-91 contact Lt Horace H. Han Roof of the Mayflower Hotel Fri- .!"
during World War II, Lcdr. DavidJ. cock, training section of Detachment day, Feb. 29, at 2100. .
Walkinshaw was given a Navy 376.Two, telephone extension Dress for this occasion will be ':/

Unit Commendation informal or costume. Prizes will
Heading the list of men receiving be awarded to individuals best 6
f' Good Conduct Medals was Dean Hudson Plays characterizing the personalities "',
t' Hazen L. Adams, ADI, who received in "Lil Abner" comic strip.
two pins in lieu of second At '0' Club TonightDue Tickets may be procured from .
and third awards. Leonldo S. Officers and Members of the Na- -.;
r Cabal, AN, and Eugene W, Rup- to a slight mixup in bookt tional Association of Supervisors.
\: pert, AD2, both received J second AUTOMATIC PILOT-"This is how It's done," explains t, ing arrangements, Dean Hudson Admission-$2.00 per C 0 U pIe.
award pins.Recipients. instructor Glen R. Hogue, AEC (center) to students William and his Orchestra will makeI Music by Milo Jones.
1 of their first Good Perro, AE3 left) and Lester Wynn, AE3, as overpower valve their third and final appearance ,
t- Conduct. Medals were Robert W. adjustments are made on the S-3/J-1 automatic pilot system at I aboard the station tonight instead Chief: "A ship's bottom HI one j '
ill. Conley. AM2, Henry Capuano. Faetu Detachment Two. The above system was constructed by of last night, as previously of its most important parts."
TRi: Frederick S. Salone, AT3, Hogue during 1951. Trainees Perro and Wynn are attached to I reported. This performance will Midshipman: "The 'hull you'
end Richard C. Miller. AE3. Patrol Squadron Z, NAS Miami. ,, be at the Officers' Club. say,1f.i ,"

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r.r"5 -.- ".., '
: Urge Vet Trainees
1 1E

j- Bits' -j WAVE ToResumeStudies ,

J\k ,
x Soon As Possible ,
While three men were being 4 WAYS \

transferre. to the Separation Mk s Washington (AFPS) Former
Center during the last week, -' >,,," veteran trainees who returned to r
three others were shipping over l Judging from the increase in I. active military duty were told by ,
'A for six more years in the Navy. wedding and engagement an- i the Veterans Administration recently .;'
,Going to separation were Jerome w- nouncements it appears that that the:, have little time /
Disch, SK3 for discharge spring has arrived but, after tak- I to lose if they want to resume
and Willie Sewell AN and William :, ing a quick check on the calen- their studies after discharge.
Hamby, AKAN for release 3aa dar, the obvious conclusion is off Under VA regulations, they
to inactive duty, by a few months. must resume their training within -
Signing the shipping article! lone Zell has her left hand a reasonable period after their x
again were Willie Culberson, weighted down with a new spark- release from active duty. The
AD2, Walter Scotlis, ADC, and w,. ler. Virginia Rogers is completing "reasonable period," said the VA,
Charles Otto PR3. plans for her forthcoming will be based on the circum-
wedding and Ruth McDaniels an- stances of each veteran's case.
Shortly after receiving .the
nounced her wedding last week. These regulations apply to vet- ,
that he.
word had been
given a erans affected by the July 25,
While New Orleans is buzzing
temporary promotion to the rank
1951, cut-off date for entering
of acting Pay Clerk, William S. with preparations for Mardi Gras,
training, who had previously
.. Graham Jr. Betty Kenny, Maggie Schuster,
was transferred to .
been in training under the Vet-
the Naval Margo Morales and Violet Grund-
Hospital for surgery.
.Q man are eagerly waiting for the erans Readjustment Act, but who
F0 F- ;; day when they can start on their were unable to be enrolled at
With the return of CAG 17,, a way to join in the festivities. that time, because of recall to ,"
there are less! than 50 of the al military service. '
most 200 FFT men who were recently .
.... . Anyone desirlne information on ,
attached to Fasron. The ---- --- --- --- ---
transferring of the more than 10 WINS COl\Il\IISSION-Capt Douglas D. Petty, Jr., executive automobiles, "RB" McQuaig is M 1
setting a fact finding bureauon
CAG 17 men had to be accomplished up ; .
officer of the Marine Aviation detachment at the Naval Air Technical Fords and Buicks. Her refer- ,,,
individual orders and ,
on Training Center, extends congratulations to Henry Summers,
ence data was compiled from <"
took the personnel transfer section who last week was commissioned a second lieutenant from his sonal per- ,
the greater part of a weekto former rate of master sergeant. lie is the first at NATTC to gain some experiences.still And'to think ". .
complete. I people are walking! ...
his commission.
Richard C. Patton, PNSN has Helen Gruber and her working "",'V ;"
received- orders to report to PN SGT. SUMMERS the school for five months before party in lower east received the !1__ /
class "A" school for a course of he was sent with the Naval Air meritorious award last week. \' -"''''
instruction the latter part of next I Technical Training Center to Anybody got an extra swab? "
month. Jacksonville. He has presently Competition is really getting ./
FIRST TO GET
-. I been an instructor in the AviaI strong. I'
In line with the squadron per- I tion Mechanics rate shop of the Albina Yankauskas Owens left
sonnel rotation policy, Ray Eu- BARS AT NATTC ANP( ) School; Monday for permanent duty with
banks, ADC, has been placed in I Lt. Summers seems to like the her husband in Patuxent River
charge of Engine Build Up. Al- extra weight on his shoulders andas Maryland. '.
though Chief Eubanks has not To Henry A. Summers, former he puts it, "If my next ten Usually people take leave to
r .. made any major changes in shoo master sergeant: of the Marine. years are as enjoyable- as my last see their home, but such is not
procedure, he is attempting to Aviation Detachment, goes the were, I will have had a completeand the case with Beverly Bucholz of
organize a more efficient systemof honor of being the first NATTCenter : "exciting Marine Corps ca- NATTC Education Office. Bev's rzIC j
production. Under the present Marine to receive a pairof reer. mother, Mrs. Albert 'Bucholz
system, EBU is operated by four shiny new second lieutenant'sbars. i I brought a "touch of home" to her .
crews with George Perkins, Traffic ViolationsListed when she arrived last Friday '1
ADC, Tom Harritt, AD1, Robert At an informal ceremony heldat i from Sioux Falls, South Dakota,
Torres, ADC and Odie Karr, ADC, the NATTC Marine Aviation below are the traffic pen- for a two-week visit. Also in the
serving as crew chiefs. Detachment \st'; Monday, Caot. alties awarded at this station for I role of hostess is "Mickey" Gam- >W i
The supply unit for EBU is Douglas D. Petty, Jr., executive traffic violations committed for lin, whose parents are visiting
handled by Jesse Boyette while officer, officially commissioned the period Feb. 7 to Feb. 14: from Nebraska. -i ii
,
Roy Towers, ADC and Don Summers from M/Set. to second Multiple Offenses: R. L. Collins -
Schoone, AD3 take care of work lieutenant. He qualified for his SN-Speeding; failed to New arrivals from USNTC
orders and all other dealings commission under the new Ma- stop for Stop sign; inattentive I Bainbridge for ANP) School are:
with O&R rine Corps Memorandum No. 85- driving; reckless driving; 35 days Virginia Anderson, Lucille Bart-
Laurence B. Anderson, AN whois 51.This loss! of driving privilege.N. I. kowska, Barbara Childs, Ruth
in charge of Plant Account is only another step up Jackson-Failed to stop for Collins, Carol Cochran, Catherine hK
equipment for the Squadron 1st. the ladder's! he's taken since join- Stop sign; failed to obey traffic Fasci and Leona Russell.
Lt. is spending a ten day leave at ing the Marine Corps eleven I officer; faulty equipment; 10 days Included in this week's list of iI
home in Minneapolis Minn. years ago. I loss of driving privilege. anxious ANP) graduates are:
James- B. Manno, SA will re- W. S. Hundley, AAObstructing Memphis-bound trio-Helen Pot
lieve Lawrence Leazott SN as I After completing boot training traffic; no station tag visible; ter and Lila Thompson who facea
yeoman- foj the 1st, Lt. when I at San Diego( Calif., in 1941, he faulty equipment; restriction of hard grind at ATAL School
Leazott attends EM class "A" was attached to the Marine Air car from station until repaired.G. while Kathleen Oshaughnessyshall I
school at Great Lakes, on TAD Group at North Island. Calif., M. Michalson, ANFailedto put in a rugged 14 weeksat
orders.In where he attended the Aviation stop for Stop sign; speeding; TD School
the Supply department- Mechanics School. After being faulty equipment; restriction- of Future "balloon blower" Cor-
James E. Gibbons and Ernest stationed there for two years he car from station until repaired. inne Naden leaves for AG Schoolat I)
Inhelder- AN are holding a run I was transferred to the Aviation Miscellaneous Offenses: J. L. Lakehurst- ; Junell Roark will .
ning inventory. Facilities- Group on the American Spink AO1-Lost station tag; 5 learn the fundamentals of "GCA"at "
I Samoa Islands. days loss of driving privilege.J. AC School in Olathe and pros- a a aAF'PS
.4 Later he was sent to Memphisfor W. Daniels, AE2-Lost sta- pective "shutter-bug" Marie Kro- --
advanced Aviation Machinist tion tag; 5 days loss of driving voza will leave- for the "Annapolis L J .
Mates School and upon comple- privilege. of the Air" at Pensacola to TRIPLE-THREAT Debbie :'
I tion was transferred to El Toro, D. E. Smith, Cpl.-Lost station undergo photo training. Reynolds is a triple threat ..)
Calif., for duty.e tag; 5 days loss of driving privi- combination. She possesses .
I lege. The average girl would rather youth, talent, and eye-appeal..
.. In October 1950 Lt. Summers W A. Rouse, AE2 Faulty have beauty than brains, becauseshe j The 19-year-old actress soon ,1
sent- to Instruc- restriction of from knows the will be with Gene Kelley
was Memphis for equipment; car average man can seen j
SALTY HUMOR FROM I tors School and was attached to station until repaired. see better than he can think. "Singing in the Rain." j

HERE AND THERE


Brad, dejectedly: "My girl ,{ A QUIET I DON'T LIKE TELEWIZSUM., ; .
EVENING/
turned me down. I have nothing I WANNA GO TA THE ,
to live for I might as well cut my I AT HOME : MOVIES AND GET 30ME '
throat." I y I 1... POPCORN ,

Larry: "Now, now, wait a while ,
don't lose your head."
THE BMWN BAMER'SBLUES HI ED. SINCE WE t

# ... Park: "Mighty big tip you -," I DIDN'T HAVE INOUCJi \4
handed that hat check girl." I / '
MONEY TO GO
p y OUT
Tilford: "It seemed only fair x
Look at the beautiful new coat y r? Y 1 1 e 1 THOUGHT WE'D DROP \
she gave me." BY TO WATCH *TV." ,
NON' AS / WAS JAY//4 t

"My memory is excellent," said i n't iE GONNA GIVE YOU r, iV '1 ,

the aging chief. "There are only THESE BOOKS, THE ONLY ( ;s; '.__I
three things I can't remember I CATCH IS-'BLA BLA i" t,
can't remember names, I can't
remember faces, and I can't re- !. k- /
member what the third thing is!" r ; / WANNA NEAR 1(11

''a g y/ i I lJ; A 5EA STORY
She: "Surely you didn't drive t
last night! in your condition:?" &f DADDY. ,
He: "Had to. I couldn't walk." I


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soup, sir?" 74Y j; -'cL--
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don't need help. / fORGOT TO TELL yva I / -- t .
Waiter: "From the sounds yoii '
REAR THE STEER/NG l1WEEL .
,
OQNT POINT THEM .S/X -
were making I thought you want- CW bIE CAR IS OUT OF .. JADJUJTAENT
ed to be dragged- ashore." E J. 3WOT E R3 COWBOY
; / H/T / / f I'LL LET' ATHAVE IT.1I.
:5
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"I took the first step
Gerry; / -
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TODAY 5- ; Lit
toward divorce yesterday. c
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Gerry: "I got married."
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"I wouldn't mind being a pan-
cake," said the mess sergeant! "if
Lana was my Turner."

Housewife: "Are those eggs
ff- /1 1'A
strictly fresh? .
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those eggs Jim, and see if they're
cool enough to sell yet.

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O&R Into NAS Moves Bowling Back 4t Five Teams Sport Unbeaten J




Loop LeadershipFirst Marks In NAS Cage ,CircuitTwo A

place is again in sole pos. L
session of O&R after last week's
intra-mural kegling.The leaders emerged' in NAS intra-mural basketball play as a
result of last week's action. VC-62 leads the American league with 4 l"
Marino Air Detachment straight wins and Communications heads the National league with a \Yo.
dropped into third place while similar! record" Vf
Fasron Six No. 1 moved into sec Last; Monday's first game featured V(
ond, just one point behind the a conflict between Person last game Monday night. Bullard do
leaders. nel and Communications with hit for 19 points TI
VP-3 now has placed two men Communications coming out on Hospital lambasted Special
on the "200 Club" to equal FAW- top..5439. Services, 67-40, in Tuesday's At
11 but the Air Wingers now hold Wagner hit for 17 in the first first game. The Medics led, 3-1. th
the distinction of having both half to give the Communications 22, at the half. The Medics con- .. on
their men posting two 200 or over team a 36-14 lead at the half. He verted 17 of 27 fouls while the fo,
games. Tae Air Winjtfcrs also won later collected 8 more to gain high Special Service team managed to
the two top game Doug Crevar scoring honors with 25 points. make 10 out of 21.Communications. ga
holds the leagues high game 265. Burgoyne of Personnel hit for 15. took a fray
while teammate Danny Senecal :Fasron 109 downed VP-741, 49- from O&R, 65-33, at 1630 to keepin hAp
commands second place with 242. 39 in the second game of the the undefeated column in the -- ('

Ed Farrell of CommissaryStores 1 I night as the Fasronites' Mannixhit National league. O&R trailed 35- CO.
\ is the most prolific of the for 17 markers. Halftime score 18 at the half Ed Wagner was mi
24
members of the "200" Club having stood at 25-15 for the 109ers. The high man for the night with 20(
surpassed the 200 mark four win was the first for Fasron fora for the Communications team.

times, 205, 202, 200, 200. g.t r 1-3 record. VP-5 clubbed NARTU, 59-27, C
the Supply kept close to the ]leaders with Ryan of VP-5 hitting for 17 thWi
have joined
Two more men
markers. A scorebook ,
VP-5 hit in downing Operations!, 61-38, as fouled-up
elite Carroll Moran of
made it impossible to determineany fe:
200 last week and Ludwig chalked up 19 for scoring
an even honors. other data on the game.
Pulka of O & R came
Anohony ComFairJax continued its win
Operations had a dismal second
the
with another to bring
through quarter, scoring only 7 points to' ning ways by downing the prev- pr
the list of 200" men to 19. the Supply's 21, and were also iously unbeaten Supply five, 51- fr
In Friday nights action VC-5 r outscored 25-11 in the fourth. 50, in an overtime engagement. Si

forfeited to Fasron Six No. 2.The HEIGHT PAYS OFF-Leaping high to retrieve a rebound is VC-62 Triumphs"Bomber" ComFair Bumps Supply so

Fasronites bowled anyhow and John Charvat of VP-3, while Joe Roy of VC-5 misses out on the Bullard and com- Though Supply seemed to be WI
posted a 2226 high pin total. rebound. Don Kolaowski of VP-3 speeds under the basket to take pany, representing VC-62, tosseda stronger on the backboards and
Fasron Six No. 1 took two the pass. VC-5 won this NAS Intra-mural struggle, 51.35. 49-44 shellacking at VP-3 in the on defense ComFair managed to 14
and high point total to stav within 4 or 5 points throueh-:
games --- -- ---- thBi
best Fasron 109 2237-2151. out. Supply led at half-time 24-

Personnel collected every point Center Cage Race Suddenly 22. At the end of regulation timeit m.B...'
51 Senecal Paces'BreakfhaBank' was 46-46. ;
in the book by besting Fasron Danny
\ in all three and posting With 29 seconds remaining in afihf
games Turns Into Wild ScrambleBoth the first overtime
high pin total of 2123-2083 in the on I
Saarl of ComFair drove in for a
final of the night. .. ...
games readers beaten last cripple and fouled. He missed te
FAW-11 league were again week in NATTCen- was
STAN Senecal of
IIN'i com-
Danny
o&n 26 mands first place in the "Break ter's basketball intra-murals] and, while Dispensary still looked likea the first but connected with the ql.
sh o-in for the American title AE School second to post the winning mar-
Fast on 6 No.1 25 the B hk" contest with a 242. > League was pushedinto TXhe

VP-3 MAD 24 24 with Larry Gallagher of Special a second! place. tie in. the, National League.It gin.First Lieutenant's racked ,
FAW-11 21 looked as if the Electricians; up
207 and"Rich"
Services second with as one of the season's thrillers. of their wins last Wed- i
Personnel 21 would] stay there, too, since ANP one two
Fasron Special Services 109 16 16 Labarre of VP-741 in ( ) Students had turned red hot Game time- is 1630 at the Center nesday at the expense of the Mar -- hi
third with 201.
VP-5 14 and virtually doubled the score gym. rines Barracks, 40-35. Murphy of wl
Commissary 14 The pot will be split threeVa.'s on AE last Tuesday night.Here's Another important game in the 1st Lieutenants hit high for the PaAfi
Fasron Infirmary 6 No. 2 13 11 \ 50 percent going to first the way the top conten National League-AE School and night with 16 followed by Beall
VC-5 11 place, 30 to second and 20 to ders' remainin- games shaped up: AK Schoolwas protested last 'of the Marines with 15. drIll
Hospital 13 third. The whole thin can be In the American League. Dis- week and whether it will be Cecil Field pummeled VF-13.
VK-13 Fasron 5- 9 6 raked away by one 230 or over pensary was scheduled to meet played again depends on the out- 67-47, in the Wednesday finisherto ,

O&G 5 game.A Aircraft :Maintenance and Special come of a manager's meeting this gain its first win in league' fit
I new contest will be started Services plus a bye win from week. competition.The R!>
the day after he pot is brokenor i Marine Permanent Party. Supply] Individual scoring honors stayed Jetmen put two men in the la
AirLant Cage at the end of the month, which which beat Dispensary 10 points with Chuck Kerr of Aircraft high scoring column. Mathews
ever comes first. I last Monday night, was to face Maintenance and Cheslock of Marine with 22 and Szswczyk with 15, 'vie ,,
AO Ship's Company, ANP) Students. Kerr's average was while VF man Prescott was high \
Tourney SlatedTo ]I Ship's Company and Aircraft 19.4 points per game and Ches- for his squad with 12. thin

Harry Heilmcnn's true sporting Maintenance. Personnel seemed lock's was 11. VP-3 Connect
Close character was emphasized whenhe destined to stay in third place, Last week's games in review: Davis of VP-3, connected for 17
TodayFinals insisted in two seasons on with ANP) Ship's Company and In the American League Supply as his team dropped to VC-5, 54- CI-:'
Aircraft Maintenance left en its 35. The VC quint led at each
playing out the string risking his ] handed Dispensary its second
sit out schedule plus a bye win from the loss quarter and at the half, 31-19. Ti
of the. ComAirLant top perch by refusing to of the season. 51-41. and ran Succeeding in its bid for its firth
the closing games when he could Marines. over Personnel, 55-37. Zukowski
Basketball Elimination Tour have wrapped up the batting title Thriller On Tap poured in 18 points each night third straight/: win Fasron Six ran

nament being held here .'this without chancing a slump or fail In the National League ANP for Supply, and other high point day over tilt VP-741, and,handed 59-38. in the a VP Thurs-men I ,'.In.In'TJ
ure. The former Detroit Tiger Farrar Jablonski] and
( ) Students were to meet Com- men were ,
their third straight loss. Bailey
week to determine team to I
a ereat voted into the
: was recently missary AO Students and extremely Engel.
total for his
hit for 25-point
a I
represent Commander Fleet Hall of Fame. dangerous AK School. The Dispensary came was a night's efforts. i iI

Air Jacksonville is scheduledfor AE School was-slated with First seesaw battle, with the score by VC-62 made it four straight in I
Jackie Robinson, the first ne- Lieutenants, Marine Students and quarters 12-8. 23-15. 27-30 and the first game last Friday by 1I
this afternoon.The gro to crack the big: leagues, last I Commissary. AK School had 5141. Gillespie was high for the' trouncing VP-5 54-34. Bomber I

will be played at week became the first negro to games left with.Marine Students, Corpsmen. Bullard of VC continued on his I
1500 in game the Mainside Recreation crack the big leagues of radio Commissary and First Lieuten- : err Hits For 25 rampage as he collected 30 points. I I 1
Building and a big crowd is expected and television by signing a two- ants. The dopesters wondered if Steadily improving Aircraft He converted 16 of 19 fouls. J
as the game promises to year contract as an NBC execu Marine Students might not upset Maintenance defeated Special i I 'I Operations Beats Hospital I 1I 1-
be a tnriller. tive. Robby will serve as New one of the leaders, and looked to Services 49-42, as Chuck Kerr Madden, from Operations, I
York "director of community ac- I next Tuesday's game between bullseved 25 points. Salvatore] proved that it can be done by I
of will i
Winner today's fray go tivities. ANP) Students and AK School I
and Sheridan shared others when he collected 12 out i
to Norfolk, Va. to competeagainst SpNial'l I
i other representative Services scoring honors. of 17 in the free shot column even I

squads from ComFairQuonset and Personnel won from AO Ship's I though his team did go down in
Norfolk for the ComAirLanttitle. fl t. Company, 48-41, with McCaffrey defeat to Naval Hospital, 63-35.
high for the Yeomen and Schroe- Medic Wallace hit for 17 and high i
i
der individual score. Hospital com-
pacing the losers with 18.
Although: the Fleet team to go
manded the halftime lead, 29-20.
Dispensarv forfeit
from
won by
from here will retain its original
tam Special Services having a hard
( ANP
( ) Ship's Company after ANP I
Identity in the finals at Norfolk
> ( ) had taken a forfeit from time getting going, went down in I .-
Jt may: be augmented by outstanding Special Services.In defeat to Personnel last Fridayfor
players] from other their fourth straight loss, 50-
the National
League, ANP( )
squads at the discretion of theteam's i Students ran wild over AE 46. The quarter scores were 14-12, I

coach. School onetime league leaders bya 28-26, 3824. ,
Only teams from Fleet Air i 75-38 score, then swamped Marine Murray of Personnel rang up firth
Units at NAS Jax and NAAS Cecil Students, 82-40. Gould and 21 counters while Dave Wheatleyof
Field] that were well organized O'Bresly were re'rs for Special Services collected 16. vrere considered eligible for the 1gii the winners. who score with 11 In the week's final game NAR fo

tourney. men in the Marine game. Rochon TU punched out its second vie ce
Four of the seven squads entered paced AE School while Cheslockled tory in three games 66-45 over
in the tournament are currently the Marines. Fasron 109. A 22-point high was

playing] in various Jack Earlier, Marine Students topped accorded to NARTU's Rice. ,t .

sonville city leagues and the re- Commissary, 49-43, with Dam- STANDING
mainder are strong contendersfor meyer, Cheslock] and Winkle NATION IKACKKW:
intra-mural honors. high for the winners and Knoeb- T.
Rules of the tourney established ber and Hablewitz] setting the ComFairJax Communication 4 3 I O)

a single] game elimination Commissary pace.Commissary Hospital 3 1 ti
which has served to make each bounced back to Supply First Lieutenant 3 2 3 1
game a dog-eat-dog affair. take over AO Students, 46-32. 2 J
VC-C2, VA-45. Fasron 6 and Hablewitz and Mewhirter led the Personnel 1 3
03
BATWING 1, comprised of players Cooks and Cas First high for Operations 0 4
from VC-5 and FASRon 51, r AO Students. Lieutenantswon Special Services 0 4
are the quartet competing in ? I'w by forfeit from AO Students AMKRICAV: I.K\RIFRW
earlier in
the week. I.
downtown leagues. ComFairJax VC-62 4 O
CVG-17, which is made up of Summaries: IIaw-1 3 0
players from the squadrons and AMERICAN: I.KAGUK: VPs n Sl<: 3 0 ',. "',
: Air and Dispensary ___.. 16 2 3 1
of the
Staff Groups, .m.u..lm.i t NARTU a 1
Supplyijj.ijij.in. _.... .
15 .1
FASRon 109 completed the list Personnel ==:?..-,_._:?_,_. 14 4 Faxron 100 1 2
---- ---- Cecil Field 1 2VP741
of teams competing for the rightto AO Ship's Co. -. ..._.... 9 9 0 3
to NorColk.Pretournament. CROSS COUNTRY WINNERS-Here are the one-two-three Aircraft Mal nt.: :=::::.. 8 :30 I VP-3 0 4
go
favorites were finishers in the recent 252} mile cross-country race staged here. Special Services -6. .. 12 VF-13 0 4
AnP( ) Ship's Co. 4. 14 .
.
VC-62 and HATWING 1. The Left to right are, Jim Donaghy: third place winner; Gene Field, ? '"
former is currently tied for sec who finished second and Bob Oppelt, dark-horse winner of the 'NATIONAL LEAGUE: Rogers Hornsby, new manager

ond place in the JacksonvilleCity event. Oppelt crossed the finish line just 11:58.3 after starting. Op- AE ANP(School) Student _, _.,, .._ 11 II 3 3 I of the St, Louis Browns, has been
League and the latter,while pelt thus gains the lax Navy crown, NATTC title and NATTC in- AK School r-T-.,,.,,,,,,, r ,?_, 1.1 :.1AO added to the staff of instructorsfor
st comparative new-comer to ter-company laurels. The cross-country Is one of the events being Students _..,.,.,.. ? ., 8 1 the baseball clinic of the
off here to select local Navy representatives to the all. Marine Student .__ 8 9 division
run Chicago
Jacksonville established enviable Commissary .. .. ... 7 1U undergraduate
records in Norfolk and overseas. Navy eliminations to be held In San Diego. First Lt.- T 3 14 of the University of Illinois. .

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21 February 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven I

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r Jayvees Drop Waves Lose



I 4 of Last 5 To City Foe :


Loop Tussles The WAVES dropped another .;
one Monday night to Great '

,, k A dismal week of competition Southern, 44-49, in a hard fought Ji
Jackson in
game on High's court "
was posted by the Jax Navy Jay-
their eighth start in the second v
vees as they
pummeled
were by
VC-5 in League play on Tues- i. half play of the Girls' City Bas- ::

day night and by Green Cove last ketball League.
f
in
Standouts for the WAVES
Thursday.In .
'
1; 'fit Monday night's fray were Alice
the VC tilt the Jayvees ledat Larrick, Willie Foster, Eva Buen-
the end of each of the first ger and Kay Traurig. Louise ,y
three quarters but the VC men Bragg pitched 19 tallies for Great
.. O outscored the Jayvees in the
Southern to tike high score hon-
fourth period 17-10, to take the

game'63-62., x ors.The WAVES will attempt to

Spider Tussey had a hot first break their losing streak when
half for the Jayvees scoring 22 they clash with St. Luke's Nurses

_-. .... points in the first 20 minutes but tonight at Lee High in the sec-
connected with the hoop only one ond half of a twin bill.
more time in the second to total >

24 points for the varsity juniors.
Tennis TeamIn
The Jayvees traveled to Green
Cove last Thursday night to play
the second game of the season IL
with the Bullets and were toppled ?4 kr Practice ,

for the second time, 90-72. .
Green Cove ImprovesThe T1 This is the last week that men

Green Covers have improved will be considered for the Jax
their squad since the last t. 4 Navy Tennis team, Coach Leon ,
fray having taken men from the Wilson has announced. All men
who still wish to try out should
Sub groups as well as station per- !
to the NATTC tennis
report
'
sonnel and developed a smooth
working team. I courts as, soon as possible.
I Men from last year's
returning
The first
quarter, on Tussey's I
14 points, was all Jax Navy with I team include Len Curtis, George
Baulch, and Norm Boreau. Baulchwas
the Scoreboard reading, 2718.I _
mH
But the second period saw 28' NATTC singles champ last

a markers pushed through for the READY FOR ACTION-All set for the Golden Gloves tourney year.
Bullets while the Jayvees managed which begins tonight at the Gator Dowl in Jacksonville is this trio Gale Davis, former netman
to grab only 11. of Jax Navy representatives. Carl Poche (left) will enter the ringin from Olympia College in Wash-
I' In 34 playing quarters "Spider"has lightheavy weight ranks. Tommy Johnston (center) will carry ington, and "Doc" Thompson, for-
scored 198 points for a quarter Jax Navy hopes on the welterweight division. At right is Bob Harris merly of the University of South
'. average of almost 6 points per middleweight entry, who calls Jacksonville his home. Some Carolina are two of the best pros-

quarter, a game average of 18 22 Jax Navy ringmen will attempt to wrest the local title away pects now working out.
in the 11 in whichhe from Green Cove Navy. Peyre Kennedy, Davidson College -
per game frays Far inola Scores Ace tennis player of former
has nlaved.

Spider Tussey Hot On No. 3 Hole Here U years, player and Dave are other Lewis men ex-Colgate trying
I
lie has consistently improved Hopes High In Jax
Navy to
berth
gain a on the eight man
r A five
his score in each game and hit iron a bit of wind squad.

what will probably be his high and a slow roiling green gave The squad has lined meets
game for the season, 38 markers Vito Farinola of VP-31 one of with various up "
against Green Cove last Thurs his most exciting bits of golf colleges including
Golden Gloves TournamentHopes Duke, the University of Cincin-
ing glory-a hole in
day night. one. nati, and Presbyterian College of
The Jayvees have not been The feat was accomclished South Carolina. Meets will be

able to practice since Christmas, were not too high at first for Jax Navy's prospectsin on the 155-yd. par 3 third hole played in Jacksonville on the
first because of the mainsidegym on the NAS links last Sunday. Boone Park courts.
floor being reworked and the Jacksonville Golden Gloves tournament, which gets Vito carded a 48 on the nine .

later because of intra-mural play. underway at the Gator Bowl tonight, but the local Navy contingent with the ace. Paul Waner was born on April

The Jayvees have rung up 14 may turn out to be the dark horse entry. Tom Simmons and Ensign 16, 1903, at Harrah, Okla. He was
victories in 21 starts this season Mike Hollack of VP-3 witnessed sold by San Francisco to Pittsburgh -
Some 22 artists, representing -
even while losing 4 out of 5 of practically ring all weight divisions weights are Paul Taylor, former the deed. 'during the 1925 World's

their last league games. with the majority of them in Fifth Naval District champion; Series, for a reported $85,000.
They have collected 1418 points class will vie against Bob Harris of NATTC, a hefty The Giants had first call on
in season scoring against their the about open 10 other teams, for the title. puncher and Monte Slade. Dick Cramb, and Chuck Kipchen. Paul, but blew their chance, and

opponents 1211. The tournament, sponsored Although Jax Navy will haveno Lightheavyweight; Carle Poche Barney Dreyfuss grabbed him
Next they meet and John
Tuesday this year by the JacksonvilleCity entries in either the flyweight, Barnardi.! from under John McGraw's nose.
Towers Hardware in the league Heavyweight; Moe Weinsteinand
bantamweight or featherweight "Big Poison" Waner won the
Recreation opensat
finale and will probably wind department Karl Kautz.
up 2000 tonight will continue division, the team is well stocked 1 batting championship of the National -
their season with the Waycross through Saturday. with entries in other classes.It I League thrice-1927, with
,Independents at Waycross next Sailor: "You aren't getting sea 380; 1934. with .362, and 1936,
be in the
will include lightheavyand
Thursday. The entry list which may "
sick
are you? with .373. Paul batted better than
Summaries: about 125 boxers, has men heavyweight divisions that Landlubber: "Not exactly, but 300 for a dozen consecutive sea-
_. JftytrM 72 Ffi FT TPSciallagher entered from Jax Navy, Green Jax may surprise. Four good men "
I'd
hate to His best mark 380.
1 1 4 will sure yawn. I sons. was
1 O 2 Cove Springs Navy, Orlando Air carry the banners in these
Law
Duffy 5 Q :30 Force Base, St. Petersburg, weights. Carl Poche and John .
Gay 0 O 0 Savannah. Ga.. North Charleston, Bernardi, last year's novice Fliers Dump Gator Frosh
Tuslt'v liendrlrk 15 5 3 8 38 13 S. C., NAAS Sanford, Woodbine champ will vie In the lightheavy ;
OwrnR 2 1 5 Ga., and the various playgroundsin class, while MoeWeinstein, a .1
I Van BeerXeasler 0 O 0 Jacksonville. Some boxers will veteran, and newcomer Carl Bow To Stetson Hattersproblem
0 O 0
Kautz will perform in the heavy
0 0 be sponsored locally.
Kuntz .. .
division Kautz --
a Jax Navy grid- Making it two in a row over -
n 14 w Green Cove Navy will defend der scales 210, and is in good the Florida Freshmen, the Jax : that the Jayvees do in
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i Green Cove PIO'f: FT TPSUKJhla both titles this year, the open shape. Navy Fliers sunk the Gator lot having a place to practice
I 3 1 7 and the novice. The Navy has frosh on their home court, 90-63, rhey have had precious few sessions -
: Kietohmer "- 0 1 1 Buddy Hudgins, who capturedthe ; on the hardwood since last !I
Callahan 2 1 !5 dominated the tournament the last week and then journeyed to '
r Angui 11 3' 25 past few years, with Jax Navy featherweight crown last Deland where the Stetson Hat- :Christmas.::
St. On?<> 0 each Jax year, has put on weight and will Keesler AFB is
Swanson 1 0 3 finishing high year ters; set the Fliers back, 69-61, to due to come to
Lan I.urtlke' 3: 2 5S tournaments. weight ranks. Jacky Cunninghamseems 148. C m the NATTC courts at 1430.
Collins Vwlker 1I Much hope is being pinned on to be the best of the lot in I Every man on the Fliers'squadscored rhis game was originally billed
I hard' 5 1 11 the shoulders of "Indian Joe" the lightweight ranks. with the exception of new- 'or' last Friday night but thee
4 -5 1- It- Broxton, who has been pummeling Paul Taylor may not be able to comer Dean Brittenham as the { (' lerites were engaged in anAir
37 119$ all comers in practice. Brox- fight because of a growth on his Fliers had an easy time outscoring Force tournament and had to
ton seems to be one of the best jaw. Coach Bill Powers is await- the Frosh in each quarter. ostpone the game.

Pitcher Virgil Trucks maintained bets for Jax Navy in the middle- ing the final say-so by Medics as Frank Sipes led the field in Individual The final scheduled game of
his annual policy of being the weight division. In fact Broxton to whether Taylor should fightor scoring with 17 points t he season will be played next
first Tiger to sign( his contract, has come along so fast, he may not. but was closely hounded by Tuesday[ night when the Fliers
the veteran righthander inking a force hitherto unbeaten Carl Bur- Eddie Mulvey, NATTC light- Fliers Bob Grabaz and Bob Reinhardt t ravel to Valdosta Georgia to
document that reportedly called rell to step aside in the tourney. weight has just recovered from and Scott of the Gators engage Moody AFB for. the second -
for $18.000, the same figure he received pneumonia and was just released who tallied 16. time this season.
last season. 'Other outstanding mid d 1 eNL from the hospital. He was work The Fliers connected on 20 of Bob Grabaz is still the high

ing out nightly until he suc- 30 charity tosses while the Florida s corer. He has played in every
cumbed to the virus bug. Frosh managed to pick up ;ame and has collected 359 pointsor
II I Hitting Streak! II Men from NATTC have been 17 out of 34.I.ead. f an average of 16.3 points per

coached all season by "Tiny" All The Way ;ame.
-- Noblitt, who is well versed in Frank Kloss hit *for 8 counters The Fliers have a team scoringotal

Last week's Sports Quiz call- Navy Exchange drinks counter, I Navy pugilism.Bill in the first frame to help the t of 1554 against their opponents -
Powers works the corner Fliers gain their first quarter 1324 to date.
ed for a little research work while Mikus takes the chit fora
.... free meal at the civilian cafe- for NAS and is the man who lead of 23-12. Halftime score Summaries:
failed dim the 1
but that to eag- FLIER J-
teria. holds the whip at the Mainside read 46-27 for Navy. FG FT TV4Relnhardt
erness of NAS sports fans. gym along with Chief Bill Scott Bob Reinhardt's 16-point total 1 :3 !5
Joseph Moffa., SA, of X-l di- Others among the first with each afternoon.The was the second highest score he Woodbury 1 I 9Iaoas
vision, was the first to provide the correct solution were Jack travels the Gator
team to has posted this season. It seems :3 4 10Relnhardt
the correct answer to the fill- Piva, SN NARTU; Arthur Bowl to weigh in this afternoon. that the Florida Freshmen are 0 0 0
in quiz. Rivenbaugh, PH3, NATTC photo his meat because his only higher Z'boaenham 1 0 2 4
lab John ADC, Fas- ,
The double play combina- Six; Zayax Rawls, Here is the complete Jax Navy game, 19 points, was scored rabasy 7 3 17Velsel
tions, Correctly filled in should ron and H. Hobby roster and divisions entered. against the Frosh in an earlier (.
Shop. 0 0 0
? ...., read: (a) Tinker to Evers to Flyweightnone.Bantamweightnone.. game.It lpt'R 2 0 4
CHANCE. (b) Crossetti! to Laz- This week's question is: was a close contest against Jefferson 4 2 30
and Bar- "Who holds the modern Na- Featherweight-none. Stetson night and the -
zcri! to GEHRIG, (c) Thursday Total 17 iiTET
ry to Collins to McINNIS. tional League record for most Lightweight: Jeff Holmes, : Fliers could easily have upset the 0W-19 ONC'.f'G
Estelle Padrick, employee of consecutive games with base Jacky Cunningham, Eddie Mul- favored Hatters if they had collected rr Ti's
8 5 21
O & R was second with the hits? vev, Gill Suffrin.Welterweight a few more in the second Eakin Rt'lnklng
right answer, while Albert J. No answers will be accepted ; Tommy Johnston period. They led at first quarter's Tavlnl'lr 6 5 17Ingrumd
Mikus, YN3, of NATTC Per- before 0900 Friday.. Phone Buddy Hudgins. John Clike- end 13-10 but had dropped seven 3 1 7amel ,
sonnel office was third. numbers are extensions 8184 man, Irvin Hill. Bob Isely, Bill points behind by the half, 3225. 3 2 19Osk

Moffa takes first prize of and 216. Military and civilian Burnett Ted Miller, and Tom Bob Grabaz of the Fliers and Raql .. 1 9
$3.00 cash courtesy of Special personnel from NAS, NATTC, 'ink. Hatter Tavineir split the honors, '
ee 1 0 zo
Services; Padrick wins the free Cecil Field and Mayport are Middleweight: "Indian" Joe each making 17 markers. '
case of soft drinks from the eligible. Broxton, Paul Taylor. Bob Har- Kessler Here Sunday Flynn 0 0 u
. ris, Monte Sladc Ron Given, The Varsity has had the same Total -26. 77 ii

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(Items offering for sale articlesof

property such as washing machines

automobiles! furniture,
radios, clothing and the like is
prohibited by Defense Department Newly-elected captain of Sup

regulations This column ply's basketball team is Hank _
will, however, list such servicesas .'..
Doebler, AK3 The Supply-era
available rides
housing, wanted
lost and found articles, another won their first game of the sea
similar notices) son over O&R's aggregation by a

FOR RENT score of 45-37. .

5-rm. fern garage apt., $67.50 per i Vonice Chenault has returnedto

mo., 140 Oveida St., St. Augustine : work in Planning after maternity -

R. H. Zim. Ph. 1389. leave. Another new mother, '

:2 sleeping rms. furn., 2789 St Barbara Graff, visited Building '
John's Ave., Mrs. Pierson, Ph, 110 last week with her daughterand
2-1118. .4; was presented with a gift by

Furn. 3-bdrm. bungalow $100 v her co-workers in Receipt Con
per mo., Murray Hill, Mrs Par trol. Claude W. Mann, Jr. of .'
kin, Ph. 74114. south annex announces the arrival '.' .
Furn. 6-rm. apt., 2750 Oak St.. ".- -- of a baby girl on Feb. 11,

Mrs. Robbins Ph. 7.8215 after Repairs and a general going-over to this complex looking "'"'''' lIO 1 ...", <11 I named Rebecca Jane, who weighed
1800. mimeograph machine are given by Jim Merkle (l left) shop super- 8 pounds, 6 ounces..
.
2 rms. furn., kit. priv., 1537 Oak visor and Robert Webster at the typewriter repair shop here. Wall Mechanic William Pendarvis
St., Mrs. Davis Ph. 2-3445. of drawers in background provides storage for small parts. starts the intricate process of I We wish to express our sym-
.
-- --- pathy to Lily Cloud of Stock Con
repairing a typewriter brought
Furn. 3-rm. apt.. $55 per mo., 1683 Stress Daily Care in for its periodic check. j trol upon the recent loss of her
Pine Grove. Mrs. Jorgenson. mother. New employees in Build-
I
2-rm. apt., kit. priv., 3309 Post. been knocked off on the floor because ing 110 include former Wave
Miss:; McCall. Ph. 2-3892 after 3,000 Office Machines Serviced of improper stands, and in Jane Burns. Civilian Personnel
1700. some cases the cost to repair ex- Branch, whose husband is a
3-bdrm. brick home 4835 Astral ceeded the valuation of the ma- Chief at NATTCenter, and Claire

Murray Hill, Mrs. OTarrell. Ph. I By Five-Man Typewriter Shop thine. Jordan of O&R assigned to Liaison I
86717. Watch out for electric cords on Branch, who formerly work ..
electrically operated machines ed in Issue Control. '
Furn. rm. adj. bath garage, 2811 Ph "An Ounce of Prevention is its" (the shop's basic cleaning when walking around the officeor .
Forbes St. Miss Hagedorn,
2-3043. I worth a Pound of Cure" might be fluid) and oil. are applied.. between aisles. Try not to Another new member of Lia-
the slogan of the Naval Air Sta- erase words that "the typewriter ison Branch is Frances Nails,
Furn. rm.. 2503 Dell wood. Mrs. tion typewriter shop located in Taking proper care of office misspelled" without moving the SKSN (Wave) formerly of Cloth-
W. G. Bowden Ph. 7-5626. Building 103, Public Works Main- equipment can save dollars and carriage to the extreme right or ing and Small Stores, while de-
Single & dble. rms., 2601 Park, tenance. time. Many typewriters need cost- left. Eraser dust dropping into parting soon is Sy Sirchuk, who
Mrs. S. R. Houston Ph. 8-2770. Considering thaf 3,000 office ly repairs because someone the typewriter working parts will return to his home town of

Furn. 6-rm. upper duplex apt., machines, including typewriters hurriedly opened or closed a cause the keys to stick, thereby New York. Supply Department .r
1312 McDuff, Mrs. W. M. Holl- manual and electric adding ma- riage to -knocked out of placeor making an already long day seem I also says good-by this week to .
oway, Ph. 2-4403. chines, mimeograph machines, broken. Many machines have longer. Frances Swearingen of R and O s

Unfurn. 4-rm. house. 4518 Wheeler calculating machines, and other Section the former Frances Law-
Ave., Mrs. Carter. Ph. 3-5707. office appliances, are maintainedby son, whose husband has been

Unfurn. 4-rm. garage apt., 425; this shop, it is not surprisingthey transferred to Orlando.

River Blvd., Orange Park, R. should emphasize taking Mary Norton of Traffic Section ,
L. Lake, Ph. 112-8-3621 or ext. proper care of office equipment. flew to Wichita. Kansas a week
303. However, when your machines ago Saturday to the bedside of ".

Furn. dbl. rm 4745 Blount Ave., develop "acute pains" your daily z her son, Edwin, of the Air Force,
Betty Weaver, Ph. 2-8323. checkup cannot prevent, then it's who has been ill. Gerald McLeodof
5-rm apt. w/garage, $80 per mo., time to call on the TypewriterShop Technical Branch has been
2055 Herschel. Mrs. S. O. for service. confined to his home by sickness
Powell, Ph. 7-6328. at time of this writing. Gor- .
Unfurn. 6-rm. house 'garage, At present there are three office don King, also of Technical
kit. eqd., $75 per mo., 4462 machine mechanics and two Branch, was on jury duty all last
Merrimac, Lakeshore. LouiseC. office mechanic helpers attachedto week. On the hospital ]list this
Newman, Ph. 2-1437. the shop. They are R. R. Turner week are Anna Faircloth of
Furn. 6rm. house. 962 HamiltonSt. Bill Hammond, William Stock Control Unit 2, at St. Vin-
., Murray Hill Mrs. J. M. Pendarvis. Robert Webster and 'ent's, and Gloria Crapse of Shop ".
Pitcher, Ph. 2-2809. Jimmy Merkel, shop supervisor. Stores, at the Naval Hospital.
1-bdrm. furn. apt., 2854 Corin- representing a total of 54 yearsof .
thian Ave. Murray Hill, Mrs., office machine experience.The .
Roy J. Miller. shop takes care of office
4633 Wheeler equipment for all commands on
2-rm. furn. apt.,
Ave., Mrs. Groves, Ph. 2-4275.. this base and some outlying fields,
such Cecil Field part of Green
bath 8306 Len as
4rm. apt., pvt.
Cove Springs and the Naval Re-
Ph. 2-8409.
nox, J. F. Conway,
FOR SALE serve Armory
1947 Alma House trailer, 23 ft.. desk, causing a typewriter car-
Trout's Trailer Court, L. A.. A few new machines have been
Schmitt. Bldg. 522 NATTC, put in service, but the majorityare N
ext. 8472. old and have been in con- ..

1949 Spartan house trailer. 33 ft.,, tinuous World use War since II. Therefore the first ,partof the Machines, tagged and waiting for repairs, on the shelves of Mimi Bailey of vacationing -

Lt. (jg) Bateman, ext. 263. typewriter shop is kept busy the NAS typewriter repair shop, take up a good part of the shelf I this week in North Carolina

33 ft. Royal Mansion house trailer 10x18 overhauling, repairing and main- space provided in the working area. and Georgia. Comdr. Alan
Alum-o-Room, ,,
with Mersereau. Assistant Resident Officer
machines that nine ..
taining are
Azalea Trailer Court, Lot. No. old or more. Deadline in Charge of Construction,
Action
years
86. Boyd. 3526 1l UMT Today is confined to the Naval Hospital ..

2-bdrm.. house, w/garage, When the need for repairs and we wish him a speedy'recov-
down balance Congress fixed today
Poinsetta, $850 LaSt year ,
Jones arises, contact your office super- This report, which was approved ery.
G. I. equity, Ralph Feb. 21 the deadline for
$48 as com-
made in
MACH JohnO.
visor. Minor
repairs are Congratulations to
33452. by a vote of 27 to 7, avoided -
Ph. w/garage, the office of users, while major pleted action on a Universal Mil- ,Taylor, of the V-l Division on
house
5-rm. unfurn with lot 107x666, terms jobs that require cleaning] and itary Training (UMT) bill, anda recommending a date for his recent promotion to Warrant
$8,200 overhauling are done by bringing starting the program, which Officer
can be arranged, 6268 FirestoneRd. report is awaited from the Sen-
Ph. 2-3086. the machine to the Typewriter could involve as many as 800,000 Speckled trout were really biting -
., R. M. Gilley, ate Armed Services Committee.
2-bdrm. brick bungalow, with Department. young men a year, stating that down at Mosquito Lagoon on
All leave The House Armed Services
enter
machines to or
; to the
according reportsof
Mo. Saturday,
$2,500 down, pay-- this was a military question.
garage '
the shop are numbered and sign- Committee formally recommended -
Blount Ave. Clem Flaners, Eugene Griffin, .
4724 ,
ments 5440. Edith Doss. ed for. On overhaul jobs, the ma- Monday Universal Military However, it leaned heavily on Al Beneway and Fred Hubbard.

Ortega MISCELLANEOUSBaby Manor, chines are disassembled and in Training of all young men at the the economy argument as an inducement Sheephead fishing wasn't too bad ... ",
sitter-day or night 327 E. the cleaning booth are completely age of 18 as a means of saving to get it started within down at the Jetties, according I to
submerged in "tercomulcine"cleaning $13,000,000,000 a year in the na-
Ph. Mac Megonigal, William Daniels,
Forsyth, Mrs. Betty Taylor ( solvent), and then with tional military budget, once the the near future.. Daniel Buie and Abraham Sel-

6-9785. Nicholas Ave.on the blower system, "mineral spir- plan is in full operation. don.
Riders wanted-St. Congress last year endorsed
.
Spring Park Rd., Southsideto the principle of compulsory mil-
O&R, 0700-1530, R. L. Burr, itary training, and set UD a five- Congratulations are In order for
Engine Overhaul Ph. 9-0874 member National Security Training Wallace Wade of the Electric
after 1700. Commission to work out a de- Shop on the birth of a boy, 9
Riders wanted-1st & Walnut, tailed plan. Bills now pending in pounds, lO'.i ounces and Hugh
Springfield, Park & Riverside, both the Senate and House spell Miley of the Plumbing Shop a e
0730-1600. F. A. Powell, ext. out details of the program. Con- boy, 9 pounds, 1 ounce. The Gas-
8112 or Ph. 6-5189. gress must agree on them before par ilia at Tampa was enjoyed by ,
Found-package left in car by training can start. Frank Ironmonger of Shop Stores
two sailors Saturday morning The Armed Services have said last week; Frank Nettles reportshe
with Joseph P. Crowley, HNSA, they can begin UMT training in was plastered last week-end;
#
name appearing on article. Con- S. addition to their present activates, of course, he means while he was

tact Geraldine Rawlins, Ph. but it probably would be Novem- working on his. new. house. .....
112-8-4411. ber before the first trainees '
S.r could be inducted, congressional Glad to see Fred Murray, Sam .
Introduce Bill to AuthorizeNew committee officials said in an interview 'ritch, and George Faircloth of
A-Sub and 'Carrier the Plumbing Shop back at work
after being ill. William Boulwareof
bill to
(AFPS-A)
Washington
Navy to build a sec- Under the House bill and that the Plumbing Shop had to
authorize the break his sick leave record last .
submarineand under Senate tudy, 18-year-olds ,
ond atomic-powered week when he contacted the vi.
aircraft would get six months of basic
another 60,000-ton S: Since May 7 1941 he had ...
been introduced by training and then go into the re- rus. ,
carrier has not been off sick for one day. Our
Carl Vinson (Ga.), Chair- serves for 7'i years. Additional
Rep. is extended
could be deepest sympathy
Armed Serv- specialized training required -
man of the House with National Guard or Sam Graham on the death of his

ices The Committee.bill, allowIng $1,150,000.000 CANADIAN ATTACHE VISITS-Commodore II. N. Lay, Can- similar active reserve units. brother last week-end.
j build new ships Deluding a adian Naval Attache (left) Is extended greetings by Rear Adm Testimony so far indicates that
t to 16,000-ton escort carrier, also calls Osborne B. Ilardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, upon the experience of Sweden and land is militaristic and that their
conversion of two aircraft his arrival here last week. During his short stay here the Commo- Switzerland with i compulsory reserves of trained manpower
for carriers two light cruisers and dore visited various activities at NAS in company of the Admiraland military training will be a fea- provided through UMT, are factors
six destroyers, escorts designedto Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS commanding officer. The Commo- ture of Senate debate. Dr, Karl which have "kept them out
:counter Russia's growing sub- dore's tour here was part of his extensive tour of Naval installations Compton, a commission member, of war when war was being '
Mrine fleet. in the South. said neither Sweden nor Switzer- fought all round them." -

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