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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1950
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 8-No. 33' UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 26 October 1950


I. Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air..Wing: 11 I


1 Newly Activated I! Hurricane InflictsSlight


Patrol Squadron

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Joins Air WingPatrol I II \ Damage :

861 formerly a
Squadron I i aZ R: S
a unit of NARTU Nor-

folk, and recently activated, Strong Winds Lash AreaIn

will be permanently based I II

here at NAS Jacksonville as I I Season's Worst Storm
a unit of Fleet Air Wing

,'... Eleven, it has been announced -.- .--

by Capt. George C. Montgomery Hit by winds at times reaching: 75 miles per hour, Naval

Commander Fleet Air Station Jacksonville survived one of Florida's worst hurricanes -
Air Wing Eleven.
of I' i in many years last Wednesday with slight damage
Composed entirely reserves,
the newly activated squadron was confined mostly to uprooted trees, damaged hangar roofs and

formed and officially commissioned damaged roofs at the enlisted housing area in Dewey Park
in Norfolk in April 1946.
The squadron is presently undergoing and the base. j

: a refresher course at Corpus --,,- The storm, which was pickedup j

Christi. Upon completion of riO CHIEF VISITS -Rear Adm. Robert F, Hickey, right, and traced by the newly installed Task CommitteeStarts
this training course, the squadron Navy's Chief of Public Information was welcomed aboard by Rear microseismic research unit
will be deployed to its new home Alfred E. Air
Adm. Montgomery, left, Commander, Fleet Jacksonville
here had its hardest gusts around
t in Jax. and Capt. Douglas T. Day, center NAS Commanding Cook Book
Officers and men, veterans of ficer, as he arrived here for a short visit last Saturday. 1700 last Wednesday. Aerology
World War II, volunteered unanimously ,. -- section of Operations reported

for active duty to meet winds up to 75 miles per hour. ; Research Today :
the needs of the Navy's expand. NAS Joins ObservoDce
Public Works wentto
crewmen
command of
ing air arm. Under Preparations are being i :
Lcdr. George Wilson, it was work early Thursday morningto
made at the Naval Air Sta-
placed on active status in Au damages and clean \
repair up
gust. Of United Notions tion to welcome a cook book ;
Doy the debris strewn about by the
Arrives In NovemberIt strong winds. task committee which arrive

is expected that the newsquadron today for a two-day con-
the first Naval Air Station Jacksonville joined in tribute with other armed Scores of trees were uprooted, I
will arrive
ference.The .
week in November. The staff of service units and civic organizations in observance of United Nations some barely missing houses roofsat
:Fleet Air Wing Eleven, assisted Day Tuesday which was highlighted by a huge parade through the the hangars and also at the missions of the committee .
'. bv VP-3 and FasRon 109, is completing streets of downtown Jacksonville. I Dewey Park and station housing which is composed of food tech-
: measures to assure all is Three companies of bluejacketsand 1------------ areas were damaged, some 1100 nologists, home economists and
unit's one company of Marines from I window panes were smashed dietitians of the leading food
for the
arrival.in readiness new NAS 150 strong, participated in I Hemming; Park. Following the i i throughout the station, telephone processors and manufacturers of
the long! parade which included I nag {'t'l('mony, Rep. Charles E. j I poles were put in precarious the United States is to completethe :
While at Corpus Christi Squadron floats, military weapons seven ; Bennett, dedicated a bronze replica i positions while the strong winds assembling of the new editionof
861' training has been super I band, many vehicles, and inarching of the Statue of Liberty In the played havoc with hanging wires. the Navy Cook Book.
vised by the Chief of Naval Air units from armed services, park with some 2,000 Scouts par- I This damage was relatively light .
Advanced Training and has received I veterans' and civic organizations, I ticipating.Rear compared to some of the sections The first Test increment Recipes\
.. technical assistance and reserves, and Boy and Girl Scouts. Adm. John Raby (retired), i hit in Jacksonville. of recipes
was completed in October 1943!
-. support from a detachment of Jting tells former executive officer of the Planes began evacuating the the
second increment
KasRon 109. In addition, Captain one year
staflon wax grand marshal of the I
station here early WednesdayI ,
Montgomery dispatched three Two floats, one representing the later. and the third increment
staff officers to Corpus Christito air station and one bearing the I parade with Nathan Malhson of I morning and by Wednesday afternoon i will be completed when the group
the recreation
j city department as had assumed ConditionNo.
brief the new squadron on its I NARTU banner, were included In gather in conference today with
new assignment here, to assist the colorful parade. The NARTU I deputy grand marshal. I 1, with the base fully securedto representatives of the Nav' Bureau
. in solving current problems and float, decked in Navy blue and I Officials reviewed the parade await the storm. of Supplies and Accounts,
other pertinent data. gold and graced by a cluster of I from a reviewing stand located in I The station was alerted again the Supplv Research and Development -
The example of spirit so fal'shown local girls, was given the honorof I front of the Aragon Hotel on FoiJsyth '- I late Friday when a hurricane in I Facility, and the Supply ;
heading the parade. The NAR- Street. the Gulf of Mexico was reported Department of NAS Jax.
the officers and men of
I
by TU float bore seven-foot The UN first toward the coast of
VP-Btfl in their voluntary reentry i a replica Day parade ever heading west All recipes have been tried and .
I of the Freedom Bell The NAS held in Jax. concluded a six-week Florida. The station assumed tested in a routine that
into the active Naval service J requires -i
and their enthusaism in train I float also carried a Freedom:! Bell I Crusade for Freedom conducted locally Condition No. 1 for the second not hours days or weeks, but .
tasks this squadronwill in the shape of a regulation ship's to collect signatures for the time in three days, as aircraft months to attain perfection. To i 1
ing proves bell hung from a simulated mast. { Freedom Scroll enshrined in Ber- were evacuated and the station be accepted a must be i
be satisfied only when it has recipe : 1
had training opportunities equivalent i Torpedoes, rockets and an aircraft i| lm as the bell was dedicated there battened down. But the storm practical, palatable, nutritious .1 l
I engine were also displayed on the Tuesday.Reader's. dissipated itself before it reachedthe and well balanced Well
to other fleet units, it was over a
. NAS float.
I I coast and all warnings were j
thousand have
pointed out by Captain Mont- recipes gone"
gomery.Employees. A color guard was furnished by down early Saturday morning.The through the testing process in the ,
-x-, all\ four branches of the armed Guide powerful hurricane which laboratories and test kitchens of t
I services.At hit here Wednesday and which the food processing and distribu-
Classified _
Elect Bulletin Page 8 1 raked Florida left estimated
'I two o'clock Tuesday church an ting corporations.
bells and Big Jim (Jax water Income Tax Table Page 8 $12,000,000 damage throughout I Better Food -..
works whistle), sounded throughout 'I'I the state. It was described by ,, They have not worked in Uu
Navy t<) the Rescue ._ S '
5 New Directors the city\ to symbolize the ring- Page many as one of the worst hurricanes secrecy usually associated with :a
i Ing of the Freedom B..Iwhich\ Theatre Guide Page Z in many years. Jackson military operation, and neither
was dedicated in Berlin Tuesday. ville, although suffering somewhat have these men and women, wh.
.4 To Association I Adm. It a by Grand :Mamlial Sports Pages, 6, 7 I from the heavy gusts suffered have volunteered their 'time and

A presentation of a United Nations UN Observance ._ Page 1 I 1 I relatively light damage as know-how to work on the Cook .."
Five new directors for the flag by a Jewish War Vet compared to Miami, Key West Book Task Force received any
Employees Association for Civil erans of the U. S., representativeto I Washington Report ; Page 2 I II and other southeastern Florida public acclaim:

Service Employees were Mayor Haydon Burns of Jax I I 20-Year Awards 'mm .._. Page 3 I communities. I (Please. Turn to Page_. 2, Col. 5))
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.., .. elected by NAS employees -

".' -4' during a recent; election on the dt i iu :1rr ,,'

station. .
Newly elected directors included i ,, '1?

Milwee Gantt of the Adminis- e r t ekes ,
: tration department for the General -

, Group, Albert I. Spencer and ,. V
Joseph A. McSwain, Jr., of the
Overhaul and Repair department, I
Sammie A, Whittington of the I
Public Works department and '
Francis R. Gardner of the Supplyand ,/e
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Fiscal department.
The new directors will be in. I
t:, "stalled at the next meeting of the
Employees Association and at iiAyf
+roa 1
that time officers of the Board Y
will be elected for th coming

year
A Director's term of office is
for two years. Membership on the
Board rotates in part each year,
Members remaining on the
Board for another year are
William D. Potts, Supply and Y
1 Fiscal Department; Frank M.
- Ironmonger, Public Works Department .
''' ; Thomas P. Roberts, rOST-HURRICANE SCENES-Plenty of uprooted trees, tipped telegraph poles, damaged roofs and broken window panes was the M"
Overhaul and Repair Department extent of the damage wrought as a result of the vicious hurricane which lashed the station last Wednesday Two workmen repair ,
and Janie1' N. Calhoun, General damage done to roof on a home In the enlisted housing area, left, while crewmen begin cleaning up the area of one otrIeer' (rootyard i
--I 'Group. which is pictured en the right, morning following the torm. .;_


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Jax Air News Report From Washington 1


Special Courses Slated for Reserve PIO'S
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air

Station, Jacksonville,
Fla.NAS

Capt. Douglas T. Day._ Jacksonville Commanding Officer "Fighting Lady's Family" Depicts Navy StoryBy

Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive Officer
Fleet Air Jacksonville Armed Forces Press Service for enlistment in the Marine Corps have been

Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery .Commander The first of two special courses for Reserve announced. All women applicants must meet ..,

6apt. Allen Smith._... ._. Chief of Staff officers being called to duty to fill public information one of the following:
and education billets will begin 1. Possess evidence of graduation from
Fleet Air Wing Eleven high school. 2. Hold state equiv-
November 1 at the Armed Forces Information a recognized
Capt. George C. Montgomery_ Commander School, Carlisle Barracks Pa. alent certificate of graduation from high
.. Chief Staff Officer
Comdr. Charles Robertson The second course will start January 10. school. 3. Have successfully completed the

Naval Hospital Each will last six weeks. Both courses will be tests for general educational development as
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton._____ Commanding Officer conducted concurrently with the regular 14- reported by USA-FI. 4. Be in attendance as a
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer week officer courses in Public Informationand regular student at a nationally or regionally

NARTU Armed Forces Public Information and Ed- recognized college or university. 5. Be accept-
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp.. .._ Commanding Officer ucation. able as a student for admission to a nation
ally or regionally accredited college or uni- ,
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration MaJ. Gen. Horace L. McBride has assumed versity.
building. Phone extension 8184. command of the Command and General Staff I

Editor-Andrew H. Planey College, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans. He relieves "Fighting Lady's Family; new 16 mm
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JOSN. Brig. Gen. Harlan N. Hartness, acting Com- film is now being distributed by the Navy. ..
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published wccKiy at the U. S. Naval Air Station. mandant of the College' since last July. Gen- Narrated by Robert Taylor, movie star and i
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat eral Hartness will take command of the former Naval officer, the film is a progress .
no to the and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev.
Nov. 1945.expense Copies are government distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the Fourth Infantry Division at Fort Benning, Ga. report of the postwar Navy up to the time n
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and Gen. McBride has been stationed at Ankara, of current expansion.It .
-lheSJtV! Hospital. Turkey, as chief of the U. S. Army Group of features many combat ships of Navy and
AIR NEWS is a memoer ol the Armed Forces Press Service. Re-
production of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republlcatlcn the American mission. Marine Corps units, plus colseups of new
of oth-r matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission equipment developed during the past few
of Editor .LAX AIR NEWS. Subsistence charges for dependents of Air years. Prints of this film may be obtained for

Force personnel who are hospitalized are non-profit screening by contacting the Com-

New NARTU Exec Has Extensive scheduled to remain at the current rate of mandant 0 f any Naval. .District.
a
$1.75 per day throughout fiscal year 1951. This '
rate also applies to hospitalized dependents of Individuals invited to visit occupation per-
Varied Career In Aviation Field retired personnel and to retired Reservistswho sonnel in Germany must arrange for their
qualify for treatment by reason of phy. return transportation before they leave their
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch, sical disability. homes. None will be permitted to remain in
of vast in United States by his pilots. The Subsistence charges for several miscellaneous the U. S. Zone more than 50 days. EUCOM cir-
a man experience accident rate was so outstandingthat categories of personnel were dropped cular number 125, amended, states that spon-
Naval Reserve and commer- Comdr. Ruch was awardedthe from $1.35 to $1.25, but rising food costs could sors of visitors will notilfy the post comman- I
cial aviation, assumed the Commendation Ribbon for restore this cut. der, giving date of visitor's arrival in Ger-

post of executive officer of the squadron's activities. many, date of the proposed departure, and

the Jacksonville Naval Air Has Many Awards New regulations affecting women applicants type of transportation in his possession.
From VRF-1 there trans-
was a
Reserve Training Unit this fer overseas in April 1945 to
week. command three Carrier Aircraft Tiny Civilian Aircraft

Comdr. Ruch reported to NAR- Service Squadrons, CASU-31, -I

TU Jax from NAS Niagara Falls, CASU-1 and later CASU-32. He Find Storm Haven Here
N. Y., where he had served as de-commissioned CASU-32 at Ka- I
commanding officer. He had huli, Hawaiian Islands in early
I People walking into the hangar

placed Niagara Falls, the 27th activity 1947 and again returned to Naval I utilized by the Naval Air Re- the planes made the return trip I
of the far flung Naval Air Air Reserve aviation when he be- serve Training Unit at NAS re- to Craig Field. Long used to the
Reserve Training Command in came the executive officer of reived a surprise Sunday. Along complexities of the larger servo

commission in December, 1948.A NAS Minneapolis, Minn. From with many Naval aircraft were ice craft, the Naval Air Reservists Thursday, October 26

native of Kansas, Commander .__ n..mn._ _.u....._... ..___.._.............. ten small civilian pleasure planes had quite a time scrutini- 7:30: PM.-Singing- Wheels Club,
Ruch is a graduate of receiving haven from the week- zing the smaller craft.Toothless Polka and square dancing.
Friends College in Wichita. end hurricane which failed to Friday, October 27
Strangely enough, his military \ strike here. Game night Bunco Party.
career began in the Army, when
This unusual I Men Prizes and fun.Saturday.
scene was a result -
he joined the infantry in 1922. He
October 28We're
of the Navl friendly
lending a -
was serving in the Hawaiian Islands having a spooky time in -
hand to a local fixed base ope- Can Be Drafted
when he was appointed a
rator who was in desperate needof I the club on Halloween-Help us
Flying Cadet and ordered to
protection from the hurricane i decorate. 8:00: P.M.-Decorating
Brooks Field in Texas where one that; was expected to hit here on If Otherwise Fit party. We have the material, we
of his classmates Col. CharlesA.
was
Saturday and Sunday. need your ideas. Also informal
Lindbergh. I Washington (AFPS-Lack of dancing.
Touring Stunt Pilot During last Wednesday's hurricane teeth will no longer bar a man Sunday, October 29
The new NARTU Exec resigned which caused considerable from military service, the Army 10 to 12-Java Hour. 6:00: P.M.
from the Army in 1924 to en- damage in the area, one of has announced.An -Buffet Supper 7:30 :r.M.-
the hardest hit units the ,
ter the commercial aviation field. Stone-Wells was : Army order issued Sept. Around the Piano. Also television. .
Flying Service at
His first venture to Monday, October 30
was organizea Field. Stone-Wells the 14, instructs selective service officials
lost
barnstorming tour after Craig 7:30 P.M.-Bowling Club, trans-
pur- to accept toothless men
roofs off two hangars and had six
chasing a J-l Standard, a biplane Y aircraft who are otherwise fit. The order portation. In the club, informal
powered with the OX-5 engine of badly damaged. restores standards allowed dur- dancing, television.
World War 1 fame, for $750 and With the new storm approaching ing World War II. Tuesday, October 31
the flying service had no Old fashion party
he proceeded to tour the Middle masquerade
After the the raisedits
West carrying passengers and i '.. '> hangar space for planes, so requested war, Armr with new fangled music, with the
dental standards requiring
an
YqT aid of the Naval Air Sta- Sir Chuk Trio.Wednesday.
presenting air shows. Later he J r
inductee to show at least 16 of
lon. Comdr. George Chalmers, November 1
became chief test pilot for Arrow
Aircraft in Lincoln, Nebraska, Yy aqa Operations Officer, found space his own teeth, eight upper and Candle Light Club. 8:00 P.M.: -
and then went with the American '< I for the aircraft and the tiny lower ones directly opposite.false Floor Show, Jacksonville's finest
The will
Army provide
Eagle Aircraft Corporation as craft were evacuated to the sta- teeth if talent.

chief test pilot and chief flight _. .i.W :Tn. X1Y. ra'b G.. tion.The necessary.x
instructor of their flight school. :; tiny aircraft were placedin
Commander Ruch joined the Laurence Ruch NARTU's hanger, nestled An arrow may fly through the Task CommitteeContinued
Naval Reserve in Kansas City in among the single engmed craftof air and leave no trace; but an ill I
r,' 1930, receiving his commissionand Minneapolis he moved to NAS the NARTU.After thought leaves a trail like a ser- ( from Page 1)) ..
designation as a Naval Avia Niagara Falls. the storm disappeared, pent. Yet the food prepared from the
tor. In 1931 he moved to New Due to Commander Ruch's 1 directions of the Na\y Recipe
York where he became a "Week many years in Naval and commercial Service will boost the morale and
end Warrior" at NAS Floyd Ben- aviation, he has been boost the health of Navy men
nett. His commanding officer awarded the host of civilian hon- wherever they may be, and the

there was Lt. Richard F. White- I ors in addition to his service stature of Navy commissarymenwill

head, who later became Rear Admiral I awards. He has been a memberof Y grow
S It will not be all work however
and the Chief of Naval Air the Quiet Birdmen of America
while the Committee is visitingthe
Reserve Training. The executive since 1929 and while at Minneapolis -
Naval Air Station. Plans have
officer at New York then was Lt. I became a member of the
been made show them the
(jg) Frederic W. Priestman, later Bush Pilots of Paul Bunyon's to
inner of the Navy'sgalley
ti- to become Captain and the first I' Stamping Grounds and the Royal workings
commanding officer of NARTU I and Ancient Fraternity of Flee for a cruise to Green
Cove Springs, to inspect the
Jacksonville. Hoppers. mothball fleet and commissionone
Operated Flying School NARTU's new executive officer of the reactivated ships.
The new arrival moved to the has nearly 10,000 flying hours, 1;; i ia -x- -
South in 1931 where he opened over 5,000 gained in commercial RomanceChicago
" a flying school in Savannah, Ga. flying and more than 4,660 in his a War and
While there he was called to ac- Naval log book. During his long 4 Ill. (AFPSDiamonddealers
",:. tive duty in June 1935 and assigned career he has participated in the attending the National
to NAS Opa Locka in'Mi- Cleveland Air Races and at the Jewelry Fair here said the Ko-

1 ami, Florida, where he became Miami Air Maneuvers.x rean war has caused an increaseof
rt.. the first flight instructor to re- 20 per cent in diamonds rang-
port there in the new Naval Avi- ing up to a quarter of a carat and
ation Cadet program. From Mi- 10 to 15 per cent for larger stones.
," ami it was to NAS Pensacola in TheatreGuide -x-
1936 where he served in primary
training in float planes and later DIVINESERVICES

:. in the instrument instruction rAT

squadron.'After becoming the first officer- Thursday, October 26
I" :,. 5n-charge of the new Instrument "Bamba and the Hidden City",

Flight Instructors School locatedat John Sheffield. THE STATION CIIAPELS

NAS Atlanta, Ga., in 1942, he Friday, October 27
was promoted to the rank of "Chain Gang", Marjorie Lord. } Protestant
. Commander and became execu- Saturday, October 28 0930-Services. All Saints' Chapel
, tive officer of NAS Atlanta, in "Bride of Vengance", Paulette (Sunday School)

,.,.:. September 1943. Goddard.Sunday 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
. In December 1943, Commander October 29 I "iWV 00- "' 1045-All Saints Chapel.
r Ruch again assigned to NAS '"The Miniver Story", Greer Car- long
was WHAT HAVE WE HERE?-NARTU Jax stationkeepers, Catholic
Floyd Bennett Field, where he son. 30 used to working on large military aircraft engines, get a new
commissioned VRF-1, the most Monday, Buccaneers"October Paul thrill as they get their hands on ten smaller aircraft, one of 0830-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel.
' important ferry squadron to be! "Last of the which is shown here, which sought refuge here during the recent 0)30-St.: Edwards' Chapel (Cate-
established during the past war. Henreid. Shown giving the 65 horsepower engine of a Piper apreflight chism Class).
1 hurricane.
SI & Nov.
sixteen months that he I ,Turn & Wed., Oct. Donald Cone ADZ 1030-Mass, St. ql.
In the I 1 Clark Gable check are Ralph Robinson, ADI and ,
"To A Lady", Chapel ]
1:h commanded aircraft were VRF-1 ferried 16,000 across Naval the 1 I riwww front and Bill Powers, ADZ and Arnold Trent, ADC. standing. 0645-Mass at Hospital I It



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20-year pins was Edith K. Wewer only woman on the station to be
thus honored. Comdr. Eugene Peltier, Public Works officer, congratulates I
4 Miss Wewer upon presentation of the Navy departmentpin
for her long service.

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Seventeen of the 20 employees of Supply-Fiscal department who were honored for completing _
twenty years of Federal Service are shown here. Front row, left to right are, Gordon Reedy, Kenneth
Mattison, Rufus Peurifoy, Jr., Comdr. Charles Loring (assistant Supply-Fiscal officer), Charles
.I Edwards Donald Murphy and Edward Wirhousky. Second row, Wendell Patrick, William Barnes,
Aubrey Wilson, Jr., Francis Gardner, Arlington Bennett and Otto Gundel. Back row, James English,
Thomas Daniel, Phillip Myers, William Grimes and Thomas Szarmanski.
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Portland, Ore. (AFPS) A
gruff speaking man caused ten
sion at the First National o d t2F:33: '
Bank here when he informed one
of the tellers, "Get your money Lcdr. Charles G. Strum, Administration officer, pins the em.
ready. I'm here for it." However, blem on the lapel of Theodore Fritch, chief clerk, for his 20-years I
he only wanted to cash a check. service, while William O. Kincaid awaits his turn. Both are employees
of the Administration department.

Bus Long driver Beach George, Calif.Fuhas AFPS dropped ) -. Local Ex Base of 316 line commanders selec-

_ a roll containing 100 tokens. ted for Captain by the selection

All his passengers scrambled ____.____________ _________ .____n_ board and approved by
around on the floor to help re- Overhaul and Repair department officer Comdr. William E. Officers Selected the president.
trieve them for him. The net result Kenna congratulates John J. Malone, one of 76 O & R workers
Comdr.
-he got 104 tokens back. who were on hand to receive for William E. Kenna, NAS
pins of their
recognition com
For Rank Of Overhaul and
Repair officer and
Capt.
pletion of 20 years of Federal service. I Comdr. Carson
Hammond, Ind. (AFPS) Policemen Hawkins commanding -
here be policing I Two local commanders and officer of Cecil Field,
may up
head the list
on a largre scale soon. A check I 105 Workers Honored three of local command.
. revealed that over half the local more commanders for- ers selected. Also on the list are
100 man force is eligible for military merly stationed in Jacksonville Comdr. Frederick J. Brush former
N A S
executive officer;
service. are included in the listL. Comdr. Paul Emrick, another former
i For 20 Years ServiceOne executive officer, and Comdr.
Jamestown, N.Y. (AFPSLotsof Hobby, William M. Jones, John D. Shea, former command
parrots can talk but how many John S. Wemp Samuel V. Liberto ing officer of Cecil Field.Apprenticemen .
can do so in two languages? Besides hundred and five employees of NAS were honored last Daniel E. Macon, Richard L.
this accomplishment, Mrs. week during brief presentation ceremonies held in the various departments Melsheimer, Oscar H. Paul. Shir-
Eva LaCroix' parrot, Pa4, recites I of the station for completion of twenty years of Federal ley E. Piper and Edith K. Wewer. To
nursery rhymes, snores, coughs, Service.In .
rings a bell and whistles at girls. I Receiving pins in the Supply
Hold Dance
recognition of their long service t and Fiscal Department were Friday
Chicago (AFPS) Miss Clara these employees were presented Quina, Evans B. Reese, HaroldW. Richard W. Aylward William T. The civilian apprentices of NAS
with Robnsion, Charles L. Saxton Barnes
a gold Arlington V.r.
that plated anchor Bennett
Turner to police
complained announce a dance to be held
lapel pin with the Lester J. Sellers, Wilfred P. Frank E. Binder on
her car had been stolen. Next inscription Thomas F. I November 3 at the American
"U. S. Navy Civilian Service" Shaw, James P. Sheppard JamesC. Daniel, Charles S. Edwards,
she again called police to Legion Hall located
day at the
which bore Sitherwood, Samuel C. Skid- James M. I corner
. tell them it had been returned- a figure 20 on the English, Jr., Francis R. of San Juan and Lake Shore
. refueled washed and polished.Los shank part of the anchor. These more, Ira C. Stringer, Leo Charles Gardner, William R. Grimes, I Blvd. Tickets
are available to all
pins are distributed by the Navy Sullivan, Samuel Superior, JohnM. Otto E. Gundel, Kenneth M. Mat- who
Angeles AFPS) Beach Department and are presented to Suratt, Sr., Olen G. Tate, tison Donald J. Murphy Philip persons this are affair interested in attending
Melvin J. Ward Joe West Willis D. and may bo
,
employees periodically. Myers Wendell Patrick, Ru-
styles here for the next summer purchased from of the
any
Westmoreland Leland P. Whit- fus A. Peurifoy, Jr., Gordon H. ap.
season will include sheer lace nylon Winners Listed i prentices on the station.
swim suits for the girls. However The Overhaul and Repair Department mire, and Milton L. Young. I Reedy, Orvia C. Renftle, Thomas
the outfits will contain had 76 employees who Employees of the Public Works I Szarmanski, Aubrey F. Wilson, Popular music will be provided
"strategic panels." had completed twenty years of Department who received pins Jr., and Edward J. Wirhousky.In Orchestra by Eddie Campbell's five piece
Federal Service. Among those of were Erven H. Bowery Lawrence the Administration Depart- and refreshments will
O&R with long service were R. Boyer, John W. Bryon, Hil- I ment Theodore Fritch and be available to all attending.

n"nn. NAV.- (AFPS-A local William' -Adams.. Orrin- L. Allen'. dreth G. Cohron Noble C. Farmer William O. Kincaid were presented Have you heard about the bowlegged .
. legend 'that divorcees celebrate Jacob C. Bailey i James II: Bar Walton S. Fritch, Eugene L. with pins in recognitionof cow girl? She couldn't
their newly gained freedom by rett, Glen B. Blalock, Willie R. I Griffin, Alonzo T, Hall, William their 20-year service. keep her calves together 1 1WM
throwing their wedding rings into L. Blalock, William Bradford, I
the Truckee River has been Robert D. Brennan, Harley Buer-
disproven. Fifty volunteers clean gey, Vernon R. Buffaloe, Ollie
_ '_ ed up the river bed hoping to I M. Chester, James T. Coburn,
find some loot. All they uncov- Norman M. Cole, Euall T. Cook
eerd was 40 truckloads of worth John T, Cooper, Max Cox, James i
less junk. A. Curry Robert L. Davis, Lacey
S. Day, Edward H. Dennard, Jr.,
Red Oak, Iowa (AFPS)-Gene Therman C. Driver Henry B. tiA fib e
Hamilton got a birdie on the fifth Esterling Robert B. Edes and
v#t/. horn_ TTia; Ion I drive from Jesse A. Elrod.
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the tee struck and killed a bird. Also from O&R were Elmer

C. Everett, Thomas A. Feaster, I"
New York, N. Y. (AFPS) I James J. Feeney Henry T. Flan-
Gussy Moran, of the famous lace nagan, William E. Garrison Henry ,
.
panties, will make her Madison N. Grisso, Tyre E. Harris Lee Mt .. $ a\3 R

Square Garden pro tennis debut V. Hilliard. John C. Hoydic, CCSCS ___
October 28.Birmingham. William H. Hutchings, Wilbur W. I k Z M' _
Jarmon Eustace B. Johnson CarlR.
Ala. (AFPS) Jones Vincente R. Jubito,
Curiosity killed the cat. It also William J. Kenyon Wilfred H. |
cost Ilupert Holland 67, $50. I Kidder, Hilliard L. Langley, _
Brought before Judge Ralph Parker Seeber K. Long, Arthur E. Lynn, 'I
on a shoplifting charge he : John J. Malone George F. Maze, i
said that he went shoplifting "just Leonard G. McAlister. Donald C.
to sec if I could get away with McPherson, Ralph N. Meeks,
it." Charles F. Miller and CharlesW. yu ,c Y )
lIe was fined $50 and receiveda Miller. ..'.......r
0 months suspended sentence. Completing the list of recipients ANOTHER CHARITY CARNIVAL CHECK-Officials of the Florida Heart Association
an affiliate
of twenty pins in O&R of the American
year Heart
Association accept a check for $815 presented behalf of
Here's a scoop for the masterminds were Ben Munsey John Nazal, by Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS commanding officer. The'amount derived on from the station
was
in D. C.: The be. defense Foster G. Neff. Walter C. O'Heir the station's
charity fund raised by last
spring's carnival. Left to right J.
for the Atomic bomb is not to be Ebb R. Park Walter S. Pomeroy, the Duval county chapter; Mrs. J. Webster Merritt, representative, are oR, there when it goes off! Lawrence H. Pratt, Julius DeR. tain Day and John Rudd, executive secretary of the state heart association workers; Cap-



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Good ServiceFor

I

Capitol



SALTY HUMOR FROM Transients
'

HERE AND THEREAn : Enlisted men planning to visitor
pass through Washington, D.
attendant in a mental home e s C will be provided with neces

was making his rounds when he ; sary information on accommodations
came upon a patient fishing in a ; ; i! housing facilities, direc
wash basin with a rod and line I tions, and other pertinent data, if
Wishing to humor the man the ?L tWin ,I I they just take the trouble to stop
attendant asked him if he had at the Armed Services Police Detachment -
raught anything. information booth at
"What" said the patient. "In a 1 I Union Station, bus or airline terminals -
wash basin Are you crazy'" zqd't I in the nation's capital.

@ as.z I According to a Headquarters
He: "How about us having a ,R 1 1lu I Military District of Washington
cozy weekend in a quiet downtown i memo, enlisted men stopping at
hotel?" the Armed Services Police De-
She: Knowledge garnered tachment information booths
from the illuminating pages of g': I while in Washington will be given -
the Kinsey survey and aware detailed information on housing -
ness\ of your pejorativeness in the accommodations, and a card
more esoteric aspects of sexual with a map directing them to
behavior preclude you from such l lwa South Post Fort Myer, Virginia,
erotic confrontation.." tc' near the Pentagon building.
He: "I don't get it" ; I As Police Detachmen
She That's what I said." personnel
: just available
are at points of debarkation -
in the nation's capitalto
"Well, I guess I might as well" aid enlisted men from all the
put the motion before the house. Armed Forces.Information .
shepranced ., ,___ __.......,...... "', 'v.. __ _
said the chorus girl as ,.... "
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I is furnished that at
out onto the stage.As ,
I SEAGULLS R4D-The crew of an RID on a MATS hop hold their confirmed "kill" of seagulls present there are 63 billets currently -
the submarine captain said which got in the way of the landing plane here last Saturday, These four were taken from available at South Post
to the crew: "Let's go down to the engines. The flock of gulls were seeking refuge here from the hurricane Left to right are Lt. K, Fort Myer, for the accommodation -
bUsiness" E. Bailey i pilot; Ensign R, G. Tinlin, co-pilot; Joe Beyeaky, ADC, and Tom Carrier, AL3. of transient enlisted men- for
: periods! not to exceed three day .
This includes) lodging, food and
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A CPO his to bed,
putting son II.
bed linen without cost to the ser-
asked: i I vkeman.St .
"Now what are you crying for?" I: _.

drink.Answered" the kid: "I want a I Seagulls Seeking Refuge II SUPPLY Edward's.x-Chapel

Replied the salt: "So do I, Go
to sleep." :: Meet With Disaster HereA _____ .. Women Organizeladies'

I In I
flock of seagulls lingered too long at the air station after j 1 Old hands", in the Supply and

1. the hurricane lat week, and paid for it. Fiscal Department were pleasant'Iy Sodality
surprised last :Monday when |
1j 1jg An R4D on a Military Air Transport Service MATS> flight I Rear Adm. T Earle Hipp, commanding A ladies' Sodality comprising

while landing here ran into the seagulls which: had escaped inland I officer, JS'aval Supply Catholic women associated with
i Center, Norfolk, dropped' in to renew the Naval Air Station, has been
during the second storm of the week last Saturday St.
at Edward's
organized
| old his Chapel,
acquaintances during
The gulls Were huddled around a rain-made pond adjoiningthe bl'ier'isit to Jacksonville in I lit has been revealed by Father
when Lt. K. E. Bail pilot of the R4D, a call con- j
runways ) got 'I nection with the celebration" of the I John J. Burns, NAS Catholic
) from Operations radio notifying him of the large flock of peapulls. Station's Tenth Anniversary. chaplain.
Bailey didn't spot the gulls as he continued his approach; I
With Father Burns
spiritual
but just' as the wheels touched the ground they took off in front I As all "chatter members" will\ as
I director, the NAS Sodality elected -
of his forward path and suddenly the air was full of them retail, Admiral Hipp, then a commander .
: and later promoted to the following officials: Mrs.
The plane pulled to a stop, and the crew began pulling gulls Captain, was the first Supply Officer I Stella Lodesky, Prefect; Mrs.
from the engines of the plane and fuselage.' A large number of of the Station His personal Terry Kuckuck, Vice-Prefect and
the birds, estimated between 60 and 70, were killed in the collision.As I;charm and ingratiating mannet (i I| Mary Logan, Secretary. CommitI .

the working party was cleaning up the aiea. one of them : made him a popular favorite with i| tee chairmen include Eucharistic,
remarked: "Don't let the galley heat about this, or we'll have I everyone, and his many friends Mrs. Ruth Piva; Our Lady's, Mrs.
chicken tomorrow for sure ." "Too bad they weren't due ks" here Jacksonville, will continue !i Marlyn Kordek; Apostolic!' Mrs
to follow his career with much inteiest Lucille Carpenter; Catholic I i
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.- I Truth, Mrs. Laura Romine, and
'e--v Bish. McDonoughTo i I Sonic Passenger 1 Flight : Social Life, Mrs. Crott> .

Possible In Ten Years i i Catholic Chaplains throughouti
All these television", watchers who PKKSONNKI. of General Stores the world were given directives
are eating us out of house and Visit Catholic Los Angeles, Calif (AFPS) I L' nit No. 19, of the Storage Section i recently by Francis Cardinal

home-can't I put them down as A prediction that passenger trans recently set a new record in i' Spellman to organize the Sodality
dependents?" Chapel Nov. 15 port flights at speeds faster than production exceeding by fur all"previous and carry out a spiritual and sou.tal -
sound mabe'ome technically ': records of production by (I program.
The Sacrament of Confirmation 1 and e "What's the best way to teach any during a I Monthly meetings are held at
{, girl to swim?" will be given at St Edward'sCatholic the next ten years, or less, was' week This unit issued a total of 'the chapel and all members receive -
"First around Chapel at 1600 Sunday made here recently by Edward C 3.926 items to local and outside activities : Holy Communion on the
you put your arm '
her waist, take her right handin November 15 when Bishop T. 'Wells, engineering vice presidentof during the week 9-13 October -, third Sunday of each month. The
yours. I I J. McDonough, auxiliary Bishopof the Boeing Airplane Company and rightly deserves thehfal'ty I next meetmng will be held at the
"But this girl's sister." St. Augustine, makes his official i In a paper presented before a "well done" extended to Chapel at 1930 on Wednesday
my I
"Then push her off the dock." | visit to the Naval Air Station, meeting of the Society of Auto them by the Supply and Fiscal November 15. Non-members are
t it has been announced. motive Engineers. Mr. Wells)) indIcated Officer I, invited to attend
Children ten years old and that planes capable of' JOT' DAM IES-The pay truck
Telephone operator to new girl ---
the "No adults who have not as yet been trans-A tlantic non-stop crossingsat i sent out by the Station Hank is I I
is breaking in: honey, ,. ,
speeds 200 to 300 miles an hour '
you say Just a Minute Please!' confirmed by a Bishop are urged pro'lng'el'Y popular and helpful .'
Not, Hang on to Mis- to contact Father John J. Burns. faster than present speeds, can be to many Supply employees I : ." '
pants,
your built within the next five years. Bond I
t ce." NAS Catholic chaplain. Invita- Supply's Queen, Helen Me-
tions are extended to those!' who --xBelieve Ilwaine, will transfer to Medical

Navy Officer's; : Wife: My husband I reside on the base and also to., It Or Not! Department their gain, our loss.
flies a P2V. What does those who live ashore 1 I Boston (AFPS)-Gromyko and Elizabeth Slade Accounting)
your's fly?" There will be an instructionand Malik have teamed up to help the takes Hurricanes in stride, despite p
the fact that tree
Newly-married Navy Bride: rehearsal in the Chapel at U. S. Air Force HenrY Gromyko a crashed
1 her house
"Oh, I don't know. It's either 1930 Friday November 3 at which of Reading Pa. was recently inducted through during our most ,
recent Bf'lIlah'II..e has
BOQ or an OOD." time final plans for the ceremony into service here by Sgt
joined the ranks of those'
spoilingnew
will be made. I(I Matthew S. Malek. f ,
Fends, while George Lesser'
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proudly drives his new Plymouth; t
George also has a new home in
Lake Shore Terrace.
.

OrilKK: KKCKNT homebuilders
include Frances I'oteet Office
Service Unit, new resident in Lire
; Oak Manor John "Richie" Rich 4'1
'
.4; .kz Lea xga 4 :lily tiRl l: 4 zsaF ardson (Audit) has again been
It called to 10 days of active! duty
and is winging'hi" way toward
t.I California Bill Hines i will leave soon for Maxwell
Field Ala.-- Returning travelers.
W, W Pierce and family from Miami .
1 and Key West Winni-
fred Powers, New York and Can- t
ada and yourvregxilar columnist k
Bob Robertson Supply welcomes c
.c > e Allan Goodwill, Alice Sou-
viney and Jenny Stauss
Watch this column next week -9a
for news about the "Supply KegJers' i
no scores last Wednesdaynight
clue to hurricane weather
Thought for the Week' : "Do not
allow idleness to deceive you; for r '
,_ while you give him today he steals <

e ao 'L tomorrow from you." Crow quill. 3a

I Fireman Fined
't ,eI'Ps
Columbus, Miss. (Af'PS- ,I
.. was hard to believe, the desk SIZZLER San Fernando

-D.- <' .,. r sergeant thought as the man came Valley went through a sudden ...
' in to pay a traffic ticket. The citation heal wave recently, and we're ..
J, NO EXCUSE FOR THIS KIND OF DRIVING-Here's a picture worth a thousand words. Evi- .. was for parking too close not saying it was Anne Blyth,
t dentlj the driver of this vehicle, an NAS driver at that, should know now thai it pays lo obey traffic to a fire plug. The, defendent-r- shown in this neat bathing suit,
regulation signs. This cra tu a flagrant violation of safety' rules and regulations, injured tooth I Ieetupanta Assistant Fire Chief Rowan I who caused the simmering She
tending one man to Ihe hospital. DaphitJJ. I appears next ,on "Katie."


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Civil I Service Accrued '50 Leave





I Clarified For Station Employees *



The General Appropriations Act of 1951. Public Law 759 which
was approved on September 6. 1950, prohibits building up of accrued
annual leave with leave earned during calendar year 1950, it was
pointed out in an Industrial Relations Department memorandumissued
last week.

., The memorandum
1I<''i'ii<"'':''i'1 Ii< ,iAAi(ilTfo.Mii"WiiiA: : _""' 'IIt r' """' 101< i" '_ <_ stated that
the 26 days leave accumulated
WIN PIWl\10TIONS-Twtllty.five of the 33 men of FASRon 109 who won promotion to second no official information relativeto during 1950 prior to 1 January
and third class as a result of recent Navy-wide examinations, are shown here. Front row, left I the new law had been received i 1951 or forfeit any portion of
to right, are, Francis McCardle, YN3; Thomas Donahue, IK3; Joseph Futch, AE3; Oscar Fisher, from the Navy Depart- 1 leave in excess of 60 days. In this
YN3; Robert llorlacher, AT3: Raymond Ringenberg-, YN3; James Walters, AT2; Eugene Hill, AO2; ;, ment and that information in the case, the present leave regulation
Glen Moore, A02; George Hillisits, I'R3; Bernie Criswell, AD3; Bill Tucker, AD3; and Oliver Rob I form of a Comptroller General's ; restrict this employee in that hem
inson, ATS. Second row, Robert Ervin, AK3: Wayne Lonning; AF3; Joe Davis, AF3; Joe Willi- J interpretation of the new law had ( 't take all leave accumulated -
... .. ford, AT3; Cecil Holifield. AE3; James Hines, YN3; Ralph Harris, AM3; Graham Lucens, AK3; David I! been unofficially submitted to the since he cannot carryover
Hatterly, AD3; Ray Farmer, AD3; Richard Houser, YN3; Louis Farroro, ADS; Savatorie Scar- station. : more than 60 days leave or that
ito, AD3. Missing from the photo are David York, AD3; David Cordey, AF3: Harvey Martin, AM3; I; amount to his credit on January
Earl Prebor, AD3; II. L. Carr, AK3: ; Reinhold Ott, AT3; and Billy Fisher, AE3. law The apparent purpose of the I 1 1950 if in excess of 60 days.
-- was explained by the Comp-
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,- troller General in his decision I Employee "B" accumulatedleave
The Navy To The Rescue |
Navy Reveals which is as follows: "From a as of January 1, 1950 in his
study of the legislative history I case totaled 40 days plus the
I NAS Gives Aid To Those In Distress there is no reasonable basis for I 1, amount accumulated during 1950
Release Plan any conclusion other than that which gives him a total of 66 dayson
the Congress intended to prevent 31 December 1950. This em-
During Height Of Recent Big BlowIt Government employees from increasing ployee would be required to takeat
For ReservesWashington the amount of annual least 6 ,days of his annual
was the Navy to the rescue again as the Jacksonville area leave that had accumulated to leave prior to 1 January 1950
(AFPS)- Enlisted was hit last Wednesday with the season's most vicious hurricane, them on January 1. 1950. by an- 1 I members! of the Organized; and with Naval Air Station personnel answering the call for distress, nual leave which accrued to them leave carried over to 60 days
Inactive Naval Reserve with fouror :, It was late Wednesday evening during the calendar year 1950." j In accordance with the new
more dependents who have just as the hurricane took on For the purpose of clarity con- Law this employee would have
been: involuntarily recalled to active dangerous proportions with winds cerning the present regulation, until 30 June 1951 to use the
duty may now apply for release I up to 75 miles per hour, that the the cases of employee "A", with I other 20 days leave he accumuI -
from such duty or discharge. I I Naval Air Station received a call 60 days leave on 1 January 1950, I fated during'l'alendar 1950. There-
Rear Adm Hewlett Thrbaud I for help from Jacksonville Beach, employee "B", with 40 days leaveon fore, this employee could only
Commandant of the First Naval ( where life and property were: in January 1950 and employee'C' have to his credit on 1 July 1951,
District, said recently that requests danger. who began his employmenton the 40 days which he carried
I 1 1950 cited. over on 1 January 1950 plus the
January
are
from enlisted men With Lt. Robert Mix in
are (jg) ,
14 he
would have
Employee "A" days accumu-
to be filed through channels charge, the working party of 50 accumulatedleave
" .. and forwarded to the Bureauof i i NAS enlisted men arrived at thebeach on January 1. 1950 totaled lated from 1 January 1951 to 30
Naval Personnel for 60 days and leave earned during June 1951.Employee.
appropriate at 2145, followed by Hospital -
action.Dependency. II I I We are sorry to report the death 1950 would make the total leaveto i i : "C" as this em-
corpsmen at 2230. As the of Edward D. Parker, Automotive ,
his credit amount to 86 daysas ployee began his employment on
includes wife and strong' hurricane winds lashed Mechanic' (Body and Fender) on of 31 December 1950. This employee January 1 1. 1950 the only amountof
children and parents. In the latter ;! the beach bringing in large October 17 Miss Edith Wewer would be required to take leave that he could have to his
case, the parent must certify ,I bleaker, the seawall was washed I of the Desicn and Construction -- -- ---- : credit on 31 December 1950 would
. by affidavit that the Service- away in some places, threatening Division! is seriously ill In St. VlnI I be the 26 days accrued during
I
man is providing for more than homes: and property. cent's Hospital First ReservistGets calendar 1950. This amount couldbe
one half of his or her support. Work In Storm I On October 23 in a brief' presentation I carried into 1951 but he wouldbe

, The deadline for filing applications The NAS working party movedup I ceremony' beneficial, suggestion With required to take the full 26
is January 1, 1951. and down the beach duringthe I checks' were awarded Duty days prior to 30 June 1951 which
The Commandant announcedalso wicked storm, sandbagging James H. Gwyne, Heibert' A would then leave him with only
that the Navy has suspended around several residences and Masters and Thomas B. Williams Patrol that amount of leave to his credit
further recall to active i offering aid to citizens whereverit Mr. R. A, Burroughs of Design is SquadronPatrol which he accrued from 1 January
duty of Reserve personnelwith was needed. When the wind taking in all\ the night spots in I 1951 to 30 June 1951.
Three received
Squadron
four or more dependents, I I shifted to the south-southwest, ', New York. Tom Aniiieu of Trans- its first enlisted I The present Law which has
reserve crew
where records so indicate. lifting the immediate danger, the :'portation Just returned' from a member in the current: recall of been explained does not pertainto
Provisions of the working returned to the week's leave and reports he hit II
Naval direc- part reservists to active duty in tleet''II employees who enter the Military -
tive do not apply to officers, I 1 I station at 0320 after a commendable the limit in marsh hen hunting I aircraft squadrons when Francis i or Naval service in the

members: of the Fleet Reserve, or night's work. Went fishing and caught lots of I G. Zoby, AMS2, was transferredto Armed forces of the United States
Marine Corps personnel i| NAS also answered a call for mullet.1'hen the hunicane hit. P2V patrol plane squadron. I before 1 July 1951 These employees -
small vessel broke he was at the beach swimming elect to have their
help when a With the new swing toward expansion j may
-xCeramics i I
II around (from bar to bar, we' bet't! I
i loose from its moorings at Doc- of the naval forces, Zoby | unused annual leave, which was
Class !I tor's Inlet during the storm and I fW hall Willie\ of 't'rsn.porta-| I I was recalled to active duty on : earned in 1950, remain to their
;
i collided with a highway budget lion is expecting-: Increase, in September 20 to join Fasron 861' credit and upon return to duty
i ir t 63-foot eraVh\ boat and a LSM Ills fmililv-H MHI-ill-lMM I''in Norfolk Virginia. Upon fur- have this leave restored to their
.., Begins Friday was dispatched" from the Boat "'. (". DonniN, :Mechanic... goneto ther transfer to Patrol Squadron credit with no restriction on its
House. But LSM broke down Germany' to bring bask his
the Three in the Jacksonville area, use or payment
A new ceramics class under
,
and had to beached and early war bride. ---x-
the expert guidance of Paul Bar- i: he became the first enlisted Re-
r mettler, will begin Friday evening -1 Thursday morning more help Don't forget the dance folks! serve in the Fleet Air Wing Traffic Violations
was sent to help pull both boats Tickets are on tale and can, be Eleven organization.
at the Hobby Shop building. I
I i off the bank where they were purchased from any member of I A native of Norfolk Aviation I Listed below are the traffic vio-
To be held from 1800 to 2130 grounded. the recreation' committee.' In case' Metalsmith Zoby worked in the lations committed aboard this
the class is the first of six for are new' in the I for the October 17
-" you
I ---------- department Overhaul & Repair department station period
the present group of students who willing to begin another class! if you can call R. R. Biogden: extension | at the Naval Air Station there asa I II to October 23 1950.Speeding .
r pay $10 per course.Barmettler : enough personnel are interested.The 211, or Frances Theua extension I civilian. He was a reserve with I -R. L. Anglin. SD3.
a graduate of Carnegie classes are held to a min- 215. I FasRon 861 and FasRon 65 prior I Speeding in Naval Housing
Tech whose ceramics works imum to effect better individual To Helen to being recalled. Area: Lt. A. Porc'her, Jr.
have been displayed locally, is instructions. This week we' say our fiood-bves : Having worked in the Produc- Multiple Offenses: R. R. Taylor -
To a girl: with tears in our eyes. I tion Control Department of the PNSN.
I She's been true to her job i, NAS Norfolk O & R involving i Failed to stop for stop sign: :-
And our hearts she did rob. repair of control !surfaces and ; J. A. Reid; E. Tilley, ADC; T.
She's good; natured and sweet fuselage structures Zoby has Lewie RM1.
Her personality can't be beat. maintained his proficiency and I NegligenceJ.: P. Blailock,
Friends' she' had plenty of qualifications so that the transi'l ADAN; J. E. Fitzgerald, ADC.
The Department' she did love.' tion from civilian life to Illegal Parking: E. L. Waldron;
Her' voice was pleasant on th, formed life has been nothing i i V. R. Smith, AMC; W. H. Ryder,
phoneOn more than a change from "civ I I'Ies" ADI; G. A. Rogers, ADAN; D. P.
the Station she's vE'rH1\ \ to the "blues"and "whites"of : Hoffer, ADAN; M. L. O'Donnell
known. the Navy. I SN.
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She knew this office from head to --- -- ------ -- ---

toeTheie .
v}:
isn't much she doesn't know.
To work with her has been a joy
. We hope' next' spring she' has a

'fI'f- boy.
ft She's town leaving the Station, leaving

We wish her good luck from the
top on down.
You all know h'r'f'11'
I
She' certainly been' swell
To work with the past 6 years
We bid her adieu as we' drink our \\ wt <
beers
And say our clear Helen, we'll miss 'II
: KY .t, I I you.Horse.
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For Orange Park

I The Pilot Club of Jacksonvillewill
T sponsor a three-day horse
show, beginning Friday to beheld
at the Florida Driving Clubin
Orange Park

| Numerous events, featuring out,
standing horses, will be held during l t
the three-day affair Shows t s.
will be held a ?
Friday evening I $
Saturday afternoon and eveningand
Sunday afternoon.
.
lx ;

A MILE LONG-This view of of the moth- | Bob -x-used to footballin
impressive Hope) play :
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ball fleet at Green Cove Springs Naval Base can be termed "a school. "In fact, says Hope,
mile of ships and a mile of men." Taken during recent inspection "they used to call me neckline GETTING THE STRAIGHT DOPE-Firsl enlisted reserve to
of personnel and vessels at the neighboring base, the view Hope". 1 was always plunging be assigned to active duty in Fleet-Ait Wing Eleven, Francis Zoby
shows just a portion of the area. The broken line running verticalat down the middle but never I AMS2, tight, Ids oriented' on his new assignment bv Chief Clifford
I left center are men, forming an inspection line a mile long really showed' anything;" Dodson, leading thief of Patrol Squadron Threrv

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Memories of an unforgettable era of gridiron glory at
Jacksonville NAS were revived last week in magazine stories

about two top college mentors who at one time coached the
Jax Navy Fliers.

Writing in True :Magazine: of the fabulous 700millionaire -

combine that allegedly financially controls the University ).
of Oklahoma's grid destinies, one scribe tells how Jim

Tatum, now Maryland's head coach, was spotted at Jack-
sonville NAS while tutoring the Fliers to one of their great-

est seasons and then was lured to Oklahoma with promisesof
many dollars to toss about.

When Tatum accepted the post at Oklahoma, the writer

says, he was immediately informed by the touchdown club >
that he was to produce a winner or else, and particularly that

his team was to beat the University's hated rival, Oklahoma .
A & M by at least 17 points. .. ---
EYE MITT EU1\IINATIOSS-Taklng; a breather during a rugged training period are these seven
Took: Fliers to Oklahoma Jax Navy mittmen who will mix it up in the station boxing eliminations next Tuesday night.
Knowing a good thing when he saw it, Tatum arrangedto Standing left to right are Freddie Wilkins, featherweight; J. C. Lowe welterweight: L. O. Collier, .
take with him a group of the gladiators he'd depended on middleweight; Tommy Johnston, welterweight and coach Ralph Smith. Kneeling are Buddy Iludgins,

to give Jax Navy one of the top clubs in the nation. Among lightweight; Pat Agor. bantamweight_and R._E. Cooper, lightweight. ___
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the ex-Fliers who played for Oklahoma were AllAmericantackle

Wade Wallace, John Rapacz, who starred at center Jax Navy Mittmen Take Ring Eliminations
for the Fliers and Warren Giese, a potential AllAmericanend.

Replace Smoker

A host of All-Americans and pro-ball players performed
3 of 4 From Green CoveA
for Jax Navy that year. In the line was Ray Bray, Chicago Tuesday Night
Bear tackle, and at the other tackle post was another Bears .
star in the form of Leonard Akin, who in his college days power-punching foursome of Jax Navy scrappers garnered three A meager response to the call
was a standout with Baylor University. unanimous decisions over Green Cove Springs fighters Last Friday for fighters to participate in the '
night in a boxing smoker held at the neighboring naval base. boxing smoker which was sched-
.. Charlie Hunsinger, who after leaving Jax Navy made Despite the hurricane warnings ---------- uled for next Tuesday night has
All-American at University of Florida, teamed with Halfback which pretty well K.O:'d sports punished the GCS fighter with necessitated the cancellation of
Bobby Hanlon, of Notre Dame, fullback Dick Frantz of Ohio last week, a goodly number of rights and lefts aplenty to rack the event.
Wesleyan and quarterback Joe Brown of Georgia Tech togive fight fans turned out to watch the up the second Jax Navy win. In place of the smoker will bit
Hudgins is a versatile five station elimina-
Jax Navy squad literally pound performer championship
the Fliers one of the most versatile backfields of the the game but outclassed Springers. being able to punch with either tion bouts which will commence at
:year, barring glove equally well and his victim 1900 Tuesday night in the Main-
none.Tatum Loses Out at O. U. Jax Navy's featherweight edi- a Springer named Ritter didn't side Auditorium.
When the '46 season ended for Oklahoma the former tion, little Freddie Farr, started seem to be able to fathom the Although the disinterest of can-
shifty southpaw's attack and ab- didates for the event was disappointing -
Jav mentor and his boys from the Jax Navy Flier squad were Buddy the ball Myers rolling early when in the he initial nailed sorbed a sound beating in the scrappers who did turn
the }possessors of a 9 win and 2 loss record and had walloped stanza of their go, with vicious three-rounder. out are of a high caliber and
hated Oklahoma A & M to the tune of 73-12. left hooks, which decked the.. Lowe Drop Thriller. I should put on a fine show. '
Despite the brilliant success of his team, however Ta Springer twice. The other victorious Jax Navy The coming eliminations will bo
,
I the first of such events in the station's -
tum fell out of favor with the millionaire combine and soon Locate Show Class scrapper Johnston had Welterweight trouble catching Tommy his fall boxing picture with the
was on his way to Maryland where he has since producedsome Myers was reeling as the bell opponent as the GCS welter Tor- second fight card coming up on
saved him from the count
long December 1 5.Tuesday's$.
ball clubs. res was his
outstanding on bicycle most of the
and he got no rest in the second
will be
While at Jax, Tatum served one season as assistant round when Farr went to workon fight.Johnston's Fighting best from a crouch, two-unit affair fights with CAG-1 strictlya and
coach to the father of the him again and dropped him a punch Is a left
formation
split-T and one of the hook and he landed it enough Physical Training furnishing the
best all-around strategists in the history of football. second and third time. times on the elusive Torres to convince contestants.
Like tired
a Jack-in-
Just about anyone who knows a pigskin is a football has the-box the gamester groggy from GCS the judges that he was entitled In JIudgins the lightweight, clever southpaw division from Buddy

heard of Missouri's head coach Don Faurot, who led the Jax refused to stay down and lasted Jax Navy to a win.Ironically decision. for the third IT will swap leather with R. E.
Navy Fliers in 1914 and whose life story is unfolded in the out the round, rallying a bit in the Cooper, lightweight from the Air
final moments as Farr tired somewhat enough the only fight Group who has been showing
latest edition of the Saturday Evening Post. up
that a Jax lost
scrapper was
Farr, who had been a last per- well in workouts.
Faurot Here In I'Jll minute substitution on the Jax haps the greatest crowd pleaser Sure to be a crowd pleaser will
Repotting to Jacksonville in September of '41 the lan Navy squad-took it easy in the of the.night. J. C. Lowe the last be a featherweight go by hard hitting -
tern-jawed, taciturn Faurot immediately put his chargesto closing frame but still outpointed of the Jax Navy foursome to enter Freddie Farr and S. Wilkins
the circle
squared was de-
Myers to cop a three-round unanimous who was a for title hon-
learning the formations and that had made runner-up
same plays decision. cisioned by a GCS slugger appropriately ors in Air Lant's last
tourney
his Missouri elevens top contenders each year. Southpaw Buddy Hudgins, lightweight named Jim Hurt. year.
The dynamic mentor, who at 48 is called the "grand old from Jax Navy carried out The final tally on that onedoesn't In addition other fighters on the
t' the trend set by Farr and left tell the story of this fight, card lined
man" of major college coaches, molded his gridiron candi- up so far are: J. C.
however. Lowe put one of the
I hooked his opponent to the canvas up Lowe
welterweight; L. O. Collier,
dates into a team which against first class opposition wound three times in the first round and gamest fights of the night as he middleweight; Tommy Johnston,
:< up the season with four wins, three losses and a tie. I repeatedly carried the fight to the welterweight and Pat Agor ban

On paper Faurot's record doesn't add up to much but Radio Grid Log ing CCS he boy was despite taking the from terrific Hurt.beat- tamweight. '
considering the All-American packed teams the Fliers met
Actually out on his feet for the ageous manner that the crowd
,! that year it was a substantial showing. A full slate of football games latter round Lowe swapped leather came to its feet to applaud the
for radio listeners and TV view- with his victor in
such a cour- battling youngster from Jax Navy.
ers is on tap for this week end
In the dusty sports annals of Jacksonville NAS, are with the Notre Dame-Michigan,

!" found a galaxy of sports luminaries who wrote their names UCLA-Purdue and Philadelphia Fans Fail Sports Quiz Again
; on the Jax sports roster in the great years when the war Eagles Washington Redskins ;
t I needs took the talent from the colleges and pro clubs and frays topping the list. Here'syour Here's One That Is A TrickyWe

boosted the service teams to all time heights.A guide1High School For the second straight week,
number of fans, recalling the days of the all-powerful WJHP Lee vs. West Palm the Jax Air News Sports Quiz ball this are week coming back to base
ball clubs that cavorted on Mason Field are prone to be indifferent Beach, Thursday 8 p. m.; Landonvs. question of the week failed to ords are more, since widely such publi rec-
.
Andrew Jackson, Friday 8
to the point of ignoring the men who wear the Jax p. m. find a correct answer, but thisweek's cized. Somehow baseball rec-
should be
not
quizzer :rds are better
colors preserved than
College
Navy now.
too hard for those who are
On the contrary, however, this corner believes that the WPDQ (ABC) (600) UCLA on their sports. up :sthers watch itf"Who This! one may fool you;
sudden departure of the big names from service teams as vs. Purdue, 2:15: p. m.WJHP Last week's quizzy, we'll admit -
(MBS) (1320)Flor) was a little tough, since it was the youngest
clouds lifted boon to countless
the
soon as war was a young ida vs. Furman, 2:30: p. m. involved a bit of research and pitcher ever to win a world
sters who love sports and were willing to give of their own WMBR AM (1460)CBS football those without the necessary series game and how old was
. time to participate but who were dwelling in the shadow of round-up, 2:30: p. m. material have a hard time of he when he won it?"
t the stars. WMBR FM Georgia vs. Boston it. The correct answer to lastweek's The first correct answer entitles -
College, 8 m.
It's nice to look back ocassionally and remember the WMBR TV -p. Notre Dame vs Quiz. "In what year the winner to a free full
established that
was it meal
six course at the civilian
Tatums, Faurots, and Hunsingers but it is equally satisfyingto Michigan, 1:45: p. m. points constitute a touchdown? cafeteria. Bring in your ans- ....
watch the 1950 Jax Navy Fliers perform knowing that ProfessIonalWPDQ -was the year 1912. when it wer to the Jax Air News offices
here is a group of men whiz care more for the game: and the delphia Eagles- (600)-Sunday)vs- Washington Phila- was also ruled that 4 downs be or phone extension 216 or

sheer fun of playing it than they do for glory and prestige. Itedskins, 1:55: p. m. allowed for a first down. 8184.



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Fliers' Engage Eglin Field n .




Here Saturday AfternoonRemembering f


that the Jax Navy Fliers pulled a 20-14 upset win ]last year to knock -I. a4 :

them from the unbeaten ranks, the Eglin Field Eagles will come here for Saturday's tussle -'A -- -,

with revenge in their hearts. and a bag of tricks designed to even the score with the .: i;>
kt -
r local] eleven. YYari a }

The fray, first to be played on ball player, Duane Eliason who counts of their Cherry Island tussle
the station since 1944, will get i I boosts the backfield weight with it seems that the Airforce
underway at 1430, at the new his 205 pounds. I gridders rely on quick opening
field set up off Yorktown avenue, I I Taking advantage of the weath I plays through the line and skirting .
opposite the Chief's barracks. er-imposed layoff last week some the ends, while, to date the f,
Last week's contest with the ol the Flier squad nursed along i Fliers have garnered most of
Patuxent Bombers was to have various and sundry injuries re- J their yardage through the air-
been the first game played here, ceived in previous fracas' but in ways.
but rain and bad weather forced spite of the break there are stilla I>I -x- ____________n_________
the cancellation of the fray. I number of doubtful starters on''' READY FOR EGLIN-It Will
How well the Airforce gridders the Jax Navy eleven I Big Gallery be a crippled squad that will
An element that might make a I R F face the Eglin Field Eagles
succeed is of different
a pigskin
*
a I'I lot of difference in the outcomeof here Saturday afternoon, but
color for Coach Dick Garver's
-
the clash is the condition of I Sees Cooper two of the stalwarts ready for
charges have been working I I the field which is still semi- I action will be quarterback Mike
hard on a few sleight of hand I water logged from the recent Na Norman, left, and center Joe
plays themselves and are deter Teal PerformTwo v Owens
downpour.How I right. Norman and Ow-
mined to keep their slate clean
have been
much the Eglin Field ens performing brilliantly
? against the Eglin Eagles. ; Eagles depend upon a ground 'attack I of the nation's top C despite the Fliers' three

. Hold Series EdgeSaturday's is unknown but from ac- touring pro golfers, Glenn losses in a row.Varsity .
will mark the
third time that game the two elevens Probable Starting LineupsJax Teal] and Pete Cooper, com-
I have faced each other and Jax Navy Position Eglin Eagles/ bined last Sunday to show Hoop
( Navy has walked off the field Duncan LE Ware local links enthusiasts the

.. victors .in both previous encounters Conrad Kent LG LT Neitling Knight whys and wherefores of the sn Slate Shows 20
side of the
; Owens C Pyles professional game
1948 the Fliers their
In opened
Sinko RG Lowry with a clinic at the NAS links.
with deicsive 34-0 win
season a I Contests To DateWith
over the hapless Eagles and last Saunders RT Webster With an unusually large gallery I Rain Crimps
year they dumped the Airforce Ciminero RE Sorrells attending the exhibition the a solid 20-game schedule
eleven from the service teams un- Nerman QK Brown duo of experts demonstrated the I
beaten ranks with a surprising Switzer LII Russell form and style that has made I Touch Grid already confirmed and "
2014.upset win. Helsten RII Fields their names synonomous with with prospects _of additional
No information of this season's Dunn FB Eliason big time golf.Following I games m the fall air, the Jax

performance of the Eglin eleven the clinic Teal team- [loop Play Navy varsity hoopsters begin
is available to draw any comparison ed up with Jack Harvey, NAS I their first practice of the 1950
as to the strength of the two Lee Band To PlayAtSaturday'sTili links pro, to chalk up a 1-up win I basketball season next Mon-
clubs other than the fact that the over Cooper and Bill McWilliams. 1! Intra-mural touch football tooka
I Eagles were beaten by the Cherry I Cooper, who is now <. touring back seat to the weather last day night at NATTC auditor-
Point Mnrines 27-2 which doesn'treally pro at Ponte Vedra, took a three 1! week and all games were cancelled ium.
add up to anything as the Adding to the entertainment j over par 39 on the initial nine i'leaving the loop leaders, NARTU "From interest shown at this
I. Marines have racked up four picture for grid fans at Satur- but found his form on the backstretch ,and VA-15 deadlocked with three i i'wins time it can be expected that about
straight wins this season and look day's clash between the NAS I to equal par figures for : and no losses each. 30 candidates will turn out for
like possitle service'' champion Fliers and Eglin Air Force Base the round with a sparkling 33. I Cancellation of the fray: between the team," says Frank MacCaf-
: here at the station, will be the two clubs
? contenders. I Teal evened with Cooper on first place now means frey, intra-mural sports directorand
.. However the return 0: 14 mem- lively tempos of the 70-piece the front nine and garnered 3 that they can run neck and neck coach of the varsity basketball .
marching band from Robert E. until sometime in the later
bers of last year's Eagle squad straight birdies on the back leg stages team.
which lost only two games, has Lee High School of Jax. to win with a 74. rt the tournament unless' one of With all positions on }the start-
given Coach Douglas Oldershawa The game, which will mark Jack Harvey pulled the match thorn: etumbles in the race and is ing fve wide open, it predicted
solid nucleus around which tor the first time since 1944 that a out of the fire for his team VA-15's Cooper is leading in the that there will be plenty of action
build this year's team.Outweigh varsity NAS club has played on with a 78 for the course as Bill individual touchdown parade with during the first practice sessions
, Locals a station field, will be stagedon McWilliams faltered and card- five counters and close behind him by lads wanting to cincha
Operating from a split-T the a gridiron laid out near the ed a 43-39 for an 82. with a quartet of tallies is his permanent berth on the squad.
Eglin backfield is capable of a parade grounds on Yorktown Demonstrating what it takesto teammate Pflueger, who is tied Opening the season on Decem
lightning fast offensive behind a Avenue. be a pro, Cooper carded his 33 with TD getter Schnetzler from I ber 6 against Stetson University
Bleachers, which will accom- the Hospital six for second place. at Deland the Jax Navy hoop..
massive forward wall which ave- modate 1,500 fans, are being on the back stretch in spite of a I I
rages 195 pounds, to pave the erected and concession stands penalty stroke he took when he Possible contenders for first I sters season slate includes games
way for the fleet ball luggers. hit one in a water hazard and a place honors are six other touch- with Georgia State Teachers Col.
operated
by Navy Exchange
who is that footballers who dirt lege, Florida University Fresh,
Halfback Fred Russell, will be set up. heartbreaker of 8-foot putt have hit pay
with the three times each. Jacksonville Junior College, Col
a three year letterman There will be no charge of rimmed the cup.
squad and a former Kent University admission to the game and the After bogeying the 10th and Contests which could upset the lege of Charleston, Parris Island
.. star paces the speedy public has been cordially Invit- 11th Teal came through with league standings this week are the Marines, Camp Lejeune, Keisler.
Eagle backfield with his expert ed to attend.A three birdies in a row and VA-15 and Hospital fray and the AFB, Eglin AFB, Warner-Rob-
ball handling. At fullback for paved lot at the corner of Cooper birdied the 11, 13, 16 and NARTU-FASRon 6 battle. bins AFB and Green Cove
Eglin is a bruising ex-pro base- Yorktown and Mustin has been I Springs.
18.A
beautiful putt from off the that hole and Teal the -x-
--------- ---- ----- set aside as parking area for kept up
motorists. green on the 165 yard 16th gave I pace by sinking a birdie putt on I Conner Haas Duo
Fasron Six TopsVolleybaliers the Ponte Vedra pro a birdie on the same hole. ,
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I Records Surprise


their victory intact, the ,
" defending Keeping champion FASRon Six 'k ;; i" : ;Links TriumphHitting

volleyball squad swept two
15-11 and 15-7, a sizzling ace that
straight games
from Ordnance'and Gunnery last wound up with a 1 under par for
week, to maintain Its lead in the the course, Andy Conner and
1 \ Intra-mural volleyball tournament. Billy Haas teamed up to knock
NARTU, whose only loss of the favored Leo Marchell and Bill
Foulk out of the semi-finals of
season has been to FASRon 6,
overpowered a strong O & R Flight the championship flight of tho
Test six, 15-9 and 15-10, to keep intra-mural golf tournament last
within one game of the league Saturday.
leader. of \s \ Despite the soggy course and
In two close games VF-13 tri- adverse conditions Conners and
umphed over VF-12, 15-11 and 15- 'C a lIass played a beautiful game to
13 to give them three wins and chalk up a 4 up and 3 to win
an equal number of losses for the over their highly regarded opponents -
season. I I in the match in the semifinal
VF-12 turned around and seeking I[ championship flight that

. revenge walloped a weak VA- I was played.
, 15 officer six to the tune of 15-0 II I There were no matches in the
and 15-4. VF-11 won two games I first flight of the handicap tour-
straight over Ordnance and Gun p. nament but in the second flight
nery to keep in the running. Walt Marshall and Mike Hollack
Standings in the tournamentwith scored a 1-up victory over Red
about a third of the season Wade and Ray Sampson and the
gone are: t, : fourth flight- semi-final matchsaw
Won Lost Harry Ferguson and Cap-

FASIUm 6 ...................... 6 0 tain Moore of Green Cove Springs
NAKTir .............................. 5 1 r ,, ,__ '__....,.. bang out a 3 and 1 win over
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O At II Flight Test......... 4 1 :Joi.: :; Lcdr. Schneider and Commander
Ordnance & Gunnery3 S1"13 PRO GOLFERS GIVE EXHIBITION-One of the largest galleries in many a day was on handto Loring.

9 \' .... ........................... S 3 witness the exhibition given Sunday by top pros Glen Teal, second from left and Pete Cooper, According to pro Jack Harveythe
V I"-1 1 ..................... ......_. 2 3 third from right. Also in the picture are left to right, Comdr Porter F. Bedell, executive officer; tournament has developedinto
VIM2 2 4 Teal: Lcdr. Bill McWilliams, who teamed with Cooper in the post-exhibition match; Capt. DouglasT a very interesting affair and
VA-15 .,ErrlistedMen.- 5 Day, NAS commanding: officer; Cooper; Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander, Fleet Air play ,so far has been well above
VA-15 Officer ........ .,._ 0 5 Jacksonville, and course pro Jack Harvey, who teamed with Teal to beat Cooper and McWilliams. average.



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VF-12 VP-3 Gain : individual high game honors. Civilian Menu
CLASSIFIED With an exceptionally, high :'t- 4 datlj dI

same total of 650 pins nay Simp-' Here is next week'menu
BULLETIN In IM on of PT established himself a-+ for
Top Spot the Civilian Cafeteria which 'm
numhor one man in that phase ot ,
FOR RENT: the tour'nov, o o V subjext to hangf The list includes
5 rm (urn, apt.. 2WS: Myra St the food available ror
Bowling League In the :National League< Vl'-3\ retained each particular day and dues
Mrs Cowan, Ph. 7.8)16 Funny \thing about worms is not
the number while
one spot
that all is included
Imply In one
a rm house in Murray Hill 4ti20 ('0111"'a Ir.ln. VK-IH: and O .':1 K that they don't have any sex individual meal.
Astral Ave, Lt. Schumacher, High game averages were shattered Any worm can love any'othel'
Enlisted men knotted In a 3- ,
up
.
Ph 23762. and standings in the intranuiinl WIII'I1I. \londay-BeE'f gumbo baked
bowling league t hanged wav tie for runner-up honor I ham & fruit sauce, .salisburv:
ti Wanted responsible couple, to hand last week aa the keglers I Deadlocked last I week with Supply steak, steamed nceparsley po.
hare home, 5343: AttleboroAve. went to work in earnest to establish 1 for the. lend in the. American Maybe tatoes. collard greens, field peas'
., Murray Hill, Mrs. Clark eaily lead. in the 24-team : League. the V)<'-12 keglei! puked i those Miami .. snaps, creamed cauliflower d<.
Turn bdrm. and use of home, louiney. I up 7 points to forge out well aheadin : tel(' sorted salad pre cake and l'h'l'.

:2653!t : Mvra St. Mrs. Simmons, The CPO'a racked up 241& pins; the front position phont"glrl. olate pudding.

Ph. 77632. to record' the high fh'e-man team I Supply and the up and corning 1' lee needed Just the Tuesday Navy bean soup,

4 rm unfurn. apt., 2700 W. Lakeshore thiee-game series store' and in the C'I'O squad evened up with 10 dough because roast pork & dressing. chop suev,
Blvd. Mrs. McGowan. process G. E. Ullu-otrh of the CTO I points each for second 1 plui'e and u they steamed rice, mashed potatoes,

2 rm. apt. /urn., Ph 2521 Orange squad tumbled 2.U: : pins 10 gainer the First* Lieut outtn tept up ( 1 were flat mustard greens mix vegetable
Park Apply at the Iron Ket busted.We l' gpanl.] assorted salad. cake Die
tie Mrs. Arslin. hear and cottage pudding.
Wednesday Vegetable Soup,
2 ems in private home, 2965 the sweater .
brown beef hash stuffed .
Dell wood Ave Mrs Hunt Ph C girl isgoinguut pepperssteamed
y'JYi rue boiled potatoes,
2-7848, I
_.. and eVeel'v spinach string beans, squash, assorted .
3 rm. turn. apt for adults: 656 salad I cake, pie. and cherry i
College St. Mr. Cundift night cobbler.

Furn. Duplex, 2 bdim.s :J8V4! tooSign : Thursday Split pea lOup, ...
Olga Place, Mrs Coirv. Ph 2 roast: turkey & dressing, ham <"!'(0.quelle .
0093.: in Chicago lingerie shop; :!. steamed rice, mashed potdtoei. .
Furn. house in Lakeshoie tur Our lingerie is the best. Smart creamed ibbuge, buttered -
Navy couple 4620 Berkenhead fh women wear nothing else. carrots okra it tomatoes assorted .
Road. Mrs. Rhodes salad cake, pie and vamU
Rills turn for men, 2001 I Park St -"t\ Advice to girls: Never be afraid la pudding

Mrs Houston, Ph 8-2770. fkp4 .10 flatter a man because you 'rld.ly-Pul't'e lima bean soup,
5 run turn house 558' Meteor St. 4.ii ) \M' can't give him a better opinionof bar-b-q-spare ribs, fried fish

Mr. Bell Ph. 2-6325. himself than he already has.I macaroni & cheese steamed ice.
5 rm house turn in Murray Hill. < scalloped potatoes mixed greens

4027 Green St. Henrv Hoss. Ph. drink nothing stronger than green peas sauerkraut, assorted

42787. pop and there's nothing pop salad, cake, pie and jello.
2 2326 Park St. Mr
rm. turn apt., doesn't drink -- -'--
:
Shepherd, Ph 76516. Jimmy"Prisoner: got away;
Furn. loom in Avondale Gent Did you' guard all the exits""
I never claim I'm a self-made
preferred 7473.Km. Mrs. Floreus. Pr 2- man; I don't want to take theblame. I.e.s. : "Yeli, but I think he left
by one of the entrances"
and adjoining bath, 281 : r .
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c4 fT \ --- -
Forbes St. Miss Hagedorn. Ph.

23043. FOR SALE: Send Your Jax Air News Home

2 bdrm. GI home in Murray Hill,
D. Commiss.0 Ph 2-4439: or 2- "

8121 after 4:15: I'M. -L f'ROM-: ..._..____._.__ PLACE
MISCELLANEOUSTwo : : TWO

riders between McDufi Ave ,. CENT

and NAS. Hrs. 0730: to 1600. k. ; -.-..-------- STAMP
Call Miss Baldwin .Ext 745, l x HERETO
sitter for ,
Available Baby eve
nings. Lawson, Ph 9-6826. .... _.., "')OF" o, ,-
_
:
Wanted job as Baby sitter. Mary LOOKING AHEAD-These cool evenings, and cool days t )'I.
Medlin, Ph. Kxt: 812" which are just around the corner won't catch Chief l.herenmaii:
Riders Wanted, Vicinity Ro FASlton Nine unprepared. lie has :already made his selectionof
i .ell ? & Willow Branch. Hrs a good sports jacket at the Navy Exchange The Navy ..:x.
0730 to 1600. Stanford Kxt change has a good supply of warm sports Jackets and r att-all it

ti 8112 or 2.34'H! very reM enable: prices.