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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: November 2, 1950
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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. 34 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 2 November 1950

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander N aval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
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2-Week Group Concludes Survey Fleet Air Jax Marks




i OM 1 V-b Positions Second AnniversaryEstablished


Charles: Martin, chief i .tStbO .

classification director from -

the Fifth Office Civil in Atlanta Service, will Regional 4 iVir $ In Nov. 1948 ,

wind up a t\vo-weeks survey

Friday of the correlation between It Becomes Vital ActivityJust

job classification of IV-

. 1> positions' and the existing two Fleet
years ago yesterday, Air Jacksonville: was
duties and res|>ona.ibilities of established: at NAS to provide an additional Fleet Air Command -
the employee at the Naval Air in the Southeastern 1'nited States

Station. Jacksonville Naval Air --
Sta- ---- ------ -
Martin has been assisted: in his tion was chosen as the site tor Air Jacksonville" Rear Admiral l
work by Miss Marion Ho'ker and the new activity because of the Alfred Montgomery assumed
Miss Eva" Almand, also ot the Atlanta : excellent futilities olfeied and command in February ot this
headquarters.The kl k$ the consistently line flying conditions year and Captain.Ilen: : Smith
Civil Service Commission is Y existing in tins area. Jr. became Chief of Staff in July

required by law to make regular Although the strength of FleetAll' Please' Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)
audits of all x-
government agencies Jacksonville: has varied according -- ---
within the region to deteinune the to the
military needs of VP-861
degree to which job ratings comply the nation during the past twovears Arrives
; with the stand.uj establishedbv has
it
continued to serve
the Commission ,' Z'h not only as a vital Naval activity Here Next Week
a "All position' must be currertly {1 K A but through: its 10 to 13 million

described and given the proper dollar a year payroll has contributed -
title and s" ,i'ie, }Ir. Mdi tin i'xplmned. -, materially to the economy To Join Wing 11
"To complete Air siii\e\ ol the locality.Affected .

we ate Inlet'viewing appioximato- Hy Economy: Cut Patrol" Squadron 8G1. the newly
Iv 40 per cent oi the employee' ; ol
Reaching a peak strength last activated reserve squadron front
the station, in the
mostly Supply veai with 34 squadrons and 5- Norlolk. has finished its refresher -
Puhhlolk" and Industrial
Department Relations" 000 personnel Flt't't11' Jax sut- tiainmg at Coi pus Christ
lered considerably by the defense Teas and is now ready to report
1'riini this sampling, Im jwld- ON r.\R.-\IU-l.ookln: ; mighly sharp are these three economy slashes and) has since loi its assignment here with Fleet
ed l lie will make his & lost several squadrons, .\II' Wing Eleven
[ of Naval Air Station personnel who participated in the
Mlildi will be taken to .\
: Nations Day parade in Jacksonville! last Tuesday. Among the otigindl units assigned The patrol squadron will arrive
+ where the final will
mead and returned rl'lHlrl|to the .\,. provided one of the largest marching; contingents for I to Fleet Air Jacksonville here next week, with the advance
..nlc'IIIIf)1I ". i were five (carrier air groups and liaison officers' due t.) :appear
"111:e and ('III (
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J.cie.Pointing. I I two fleet aircraft service squad- Friday. Squadron personneland
OUl that the survey For Talent 1 Irons, First to arrive at NAS Jax their equipment will beginto
after Captain Charles Loomis arrive early next week.
all and that
routine no one '
be alarmed when questioned, Lee assumed temporary command Composed entirely of reserves,
classification director said Tolent Issued of the activity In November 19ltJvKcic1 the squadron was placed on active
For
11 that federal agencies were Carrier: Air Group 8 and status in August and ordered
FASRon 6. for duty at NAS Jax: with III:!
and that
pandingtetiiticallv":;:
tween aO.OOO and 50,000 lI dll I In succeeding months Carrier Fleet Air WingAirliner .
personnel would be employed An CJroups'; 1. 4, 13: and 17 along --,-
tins region b\; June Big Voriety Show with FASRon 9 reported here to
These positions will be bring, Fleet Air Jacksonville up Forced
to its allotted complement
ed al' civilian
among agent
su' h a? the Public Health :;' \' is out again for Three sub-units also fell under Down Here By Fog "
fct well as the military US'' Frank Coghlan, NARTU: the jurisdiction of Fleet Air Jax
,ments, he jail. "01' the latter. ;, >I' vocalists, ven- Lcdr. Joe Will ants, Physical including FAWTULant (Fleet Owing to the heavv 11)1tll.J.t
Army and the Air Force ( instiumentali.sts Training; Richard Bosvvell, Fas- All Weather Training\ Unit Atlantic closed in over Jacksonville. Monday -
larger expansion program Ron 109; Michael Casc-une. Industrial ) and VX-1 (Anti-submaimp night, a northbound' National -
the Navy." he added. at all that falls Relations; J. Frank Nettles Development Unit I 1)) both located Airlines DC-4 transport was:
-xPotts -- field of enteitain- Public Works; Robert Rob- at Kev West Florida, and FAE- forced to land at NAS Jax, in-
wanted for the big ertson, Supply; Chief. Walter TULant ( Fleet Air borne Elec- stead of the Municipal .\ir'purt.
Show to he Flanders, Yard Division andT t t Ironies Training Unit Detachment The plane came in at 0240 t By
i pre- Sgt Hay Wentworth. Marine 1) which came to NASi the time passengers for Jacksonville
i ('l'III be I' ((5. Barracks.Reader's. i i Jacksonville in September of had disembarked, and >gas-;

President orv committee, com i; l last > ear.i olive brought from the commercial
representatives of all i I Atlni. )Durgin First Chief air port to refuel the plane! ,
: !? and fleet units, is Guide 'I Rear Admiral Calvin T. Dur- the station, too. had become fog
AssociationWilliam i took command of Fleet Air
at work scouting i gin bound.The
Auditioning, carried Kenny Suggs!: Page 8 Jacksonville in November of ait line's limousine was
D. Potts of Julius deK quina oft Call for Talent Page 1 1948 relieving Captain LE'Pwho dispatched: to the station to, briny
Supply and Fiscal and Repair, is set for Cook Hook Research Page 3 then became Chief of Staff Ad- passengers bound for Jacksonville -
t weks. FIt't'Lir: Jax Birthday mual Durgin later was relieved i to the downtown area Th,>se
ment was elected }president H'Y Pages 1,2 bv Rear Admiral John H. CasfaI I flying further remained in the
both military and
the Employees their dependents who Sports Pages! 6, 7 dv and Captain Lee relinquished ) plane till it took of at 092.J! : Tuesday -
for Civil Service ,, at all to contnb- VI'.5lds Rescue Page 4. his post to Captain Frank T'i, morning after the fog had
of the Naval Air to contact Mr Theatre Guide Page 8Washington Ward. i I lifted The plane was bound for
I Fleet D. CEMPLOYEES .
Report Page 2 The present Commander Washington
Jacksonville\ during a spel' I extension 710] or any -
meeting1 of the Hoard of !i the committee, The
the Talent Show is
rectors last week: I
] cause: -to provide
Succeeding James L. : for the spring
of the Overhaul and Repair '] Carnival which is
partment Potts will direct benefit of the ap-
work of the Board of charities of

the Association for the '. ,
year. Other offices of the of last year's car-1 I { tl
S
ciation tilled at the special 3a
j have been no chari-I a cl
ing were the position of (' the station. Suf- .L4i
tary bv Milwee Gantt of |' were raised to per- 'f.3t

Administration Department j contribution from
the position of Treasurer by ] own community
iis R. Gardner of the Supply i :
Fiscal I Department.The .
like this idea of
new Directors of I
through the carni
Hoard were named in a ''.' / t v
have their chance of q ,
election on the station, two the its
by supporting
Directors being from the
haul and Repair Department I,I Show it has been
each from
om Supply and (
Public1 Works, and the C (, the show's advisory 3
til'OUp.. are Comdr John Fidel,
The )Komi of Directors I I [ G.irvey. Julius Dell
posed<< of nine members !: Milo Jones of O & It:
tates In part each Yl"dr.n George: Operations;
nual eli'dion i is held I and I I I K. HollinQsworlh( !i ASSOCIATION OF..CI.\I.S-JalUl". .. K Fltmlii, right: outgoing president .')f th,*
ciuli| vee.. are allorded (lie ; L, Wilson Baldwin, Employees! Association for Civil Service Employees: \ of NAS, hands over the gavel to hiss successorIVilliani .
111I1.tllllih'| ol casting a ballot ; Lt. William i 1), Potts of Supply| | Fiscal clepaitment. Witnessing; the fprf'uonv" are left to right, As.t.Mii.tin .
the. elect'oti+' since all .). \ C'i>imnum<'ations" I.t oMicials Francis Gardner, Albert Spencer Mdwee l.uiU, Ernest! KoJcillat( J, Hrm-litl. l. !s',
I Pleurae Turn tit, )Page :i, ('.,1. ley, Medical Lt Frank Iroiunixnjer, Joseph XcSwaia, Kldjn: l Kutten Thomas KiitieiU' and Sammle VVIiiUinUnYon -



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Jax Air News -


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

NAS, Jacksonville jiii
Caot. Douglas T. Day._ Commanding Officer
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell. Executive Officer

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear

Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery _____Commander 3
Capt. Allen Smith ..___ Chief of Staff
Fleet Air Wing Eleven

Capt George C. Montgomery _____Commander o
Comdr. Charles Robertson_.-_ Chief Staff Officer r \

Naval Hospital
Capt Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer
Capt Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer F

NARTU .
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N. Officer mm----- ."
Capt. Raymond Sharp. Commanding

Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery -
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Presently serving Rear Admiral John CassadyRear Admiral. Calvin T.

building. Phone extension 8184. as Commander Fleet Air JackCommander Fleet Air Jackson Durgin-Commander Fleet Air I

Editor-Andrew H. Planey sonville. Admiral Montgomery yUle from July 14, 1949 to Jacksonville from November
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JOSN. assumed command
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 15, 1950. February December 1, 1949. 2L 1948 to May 13, !9.49.
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat '_0_
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev,
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the :
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, and i 'f
the .U. Naval ,
eSJ AIR NEWS Is n member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republlcattcn
of oth-r matter exeept by service publications Is prohibited without permission
of Editor JAX AIR NEWS.



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WING STAFF 74-In the re- The squadron welcomed I

cent commanding officers conference aboard two new enlisted mem-
at Glenview, Ill., Wing bers Ethyl Coxon, DT2 and Lou- I
Staff74 commanding officer was : ise Bragg, YNSN. You will note
directed to submit a detailed report -I these fist names seem to be different -
of the organization and operation from all the others in the
of our Wing Staff. A like.' Wing Staff. They are as a matterof Captain Allen Smith, Jr.,- Captain Frank T. Ward Captain Charles Loomis Lee-
report will be prepared by the fact, the first WAVES to be- Presently serving as Chief of Chief of Staff Commander Chief of Staff, CommanderStaff
Wing Staff at Columbus, Ohio. come Organized Reserves at Commander Fleet Air Fleet Atf Jacksonville from
These reports will be the basis NARTU, Jax. We are very hope- Jacksonville. Captain Smith reneet Air Jacksonville from November 1, 1948 to June 21,
for the staff at Glenview to pre-. ful that their tour of duty withus ported here July 3, 1950. June;1, 1949 to April 30, 1950. 1949.
standardized organization of will be pleasant and that oth-
pare all NARTU Wing Staffs. ers will be forthcoming. For Above are the officers who have served as Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville and Chief of
more details concerning the girls Staff since Fleet Air lax was established in November 1948. Fleet Air Jax observed its second anniversary -
The fact that Wing Staff 74 was see the special article elsewherein yesterday of its establishment here at the Naval Air Station. (See story PagE 1).
chosen as a model is very gratify this issue.VF742A.
ing to all hands but it doesn't Report From Washington
mean that the squadron is per-: look at the fighter
fect. It does mean, however, that line no longer shows the familiar
working in the right direction four bladed props of the F4U4's.In .
we are
and that we will be their stead are the three prop Military Award Established For ReservistsFunds
._ watched more closely now than blades of the FG-lD's. Pilots
before. Let's all strive to be ship- from our squadron who assistedin
at all times and leave no the accomplishment of this
shape
room for any one to say we aren't transfer were, Lcdr. Fischer, Lt. For Marine Corns Memorial Beina RaisedBy
worthy of all the credit we are Darby, Lt. Schanback, Lt. Chris- - -- -
getting. tiansen, and Lt. (jg) Richardson. Armed Forces Press Service napolis, Md., recently observed its 105th anniversary -

Saturday morning Captain i President Truman has ordered the establishment The Naval Academy occupies the

The procedure for late arrivers Sharp, NARTU CO called the of a new military award, the Armed unique position of being the only Institutionin
ct drills for mustering is out- squadron officers together for a Forces Reserve Medal. The new decorationwill the country established and maintained for
lined here for the information of short briefing on facts gatheredat
all hands. It is very necessary the Glenview conference. be awarded to reservists and former reservists the sole purpose of training career officersfor

.. that it be followed in view of the NARTU Jax will get jets some- who have completed 10 years of hon the Naval Service. The present Academy
- fact that it is no longer possiblefor time in the future but probably I orable service in a reserve group. Commandant Is Vice Admiral Harry W. HilL
the Disbursing officer here to not for the next six months. Capt. I A
make payments for drills not list- Sharp also reported to all concerned i "The First the motion
that concentrationwill Approximately 4,360 Air Force officers will Forty Days, Army's
ed on the payroll at the proper have to more be placed on in- be considered by a selection board for per- picture film of the first desperate weeks on the

time. the strument flying and the elimina- manent promotion to the rank of major. The Korean battleground, is now ready for distribution -
Therefore it will be respon- board will
meet on or about Nov. 6. Actual
individual to see tion of taxi accidents.Of It portrays early phases of the Korean
sibility of each promotions are to be phased over a year to 18
that he is mustered when he is interest also is that appar- months. First actual promotions probably will action and is a dramatic documentation of
present. Late arrivers will reportto ently the safest place to be, as far be made in January 1951. the delaying action fought.
Officer to be "loggedin as the draft is concerned, is with
the Duty Those to be considered Include (1) all
per- The aim of the film is to tell the American
'* No further recallsare
then report to his respective our squadron. manent captains on the USAF promotion list,
people the story of their Army in Korea.
and fu-
will deter- at present
Division Officer who expected WAFs
including ((2) approximately 189 offi-
Cleared for non-profit showings and tele-
credit the man is to ture recall as of now is very re
the
mine cers on promotion lists In the Medical, Dental
,
vision, copies of the film, Miscellaneous No.
officer recalls
the mote. All future
and will make recom-
receive and Veterinary and Medical Service Corps,
7761, are now available from Signal Corps
mendation to the Personnel offi- will allow the officers recalled I. and ((3) AF nurses.
libraries in each
rer. four months notice for prepara- Army area.

tion. -x- President Truman has named Lieut. Gen. Gen. Clifton B. Cates, Commandant of the,
Nathan F. Twining as Vice Chief of Staff of Marine Corps, recently made the first contri-
First Feminine the Air Force with the rank of four-star Gen- bution to a fund for a Marine Corps memorialto
eral. The President also appointed Lieut. Gen. be erected in the vicinity of the nation's
Lauris Norstad, who has been Acting Vice capital.
.7 Warriors Chief of Staff, as Commander in Chief of the The huge bronze memorial will depict the
Weekend United States Air Forces in Europe, to suc- historic flag raising on Iwo Jima in February, I
ceed Lieut. Gen. John K. Canpon. A third ap- 1945, by five Marines and a Navy Hospital I
pointment named Lieut., Gen. Idwal H. Ed- Corpsman. A campaign for funds is now being i
Report For DutyThe wards, to be Deputy Chief of Staff for Opera- conducted by the Marine Corps War memo'J
tions. He has been acting in this assignmentsince rial Foundation, Inc. During the first phase,
Thursday, November 2 first two feminine May, 1950. membership in the foundation will be limited
7:30: p. m.Singing Wheels "Weekend Warriors" ever to e to officers and enlitsed men of the Marine
Club, Polka and square dancing. The United States Naval Academy at An- Corps now on active duty.
Friday, November 3 serve a weekend drill with
Game night- Bunco party, prizes Naval Air Reserve Training the Public Works department. A without a high school diploma may take equivalent test
and fun. Unit Jacksonville were on native of Pulaski, Ga., Miss Girls may augment their earn- with their employment or school-
Saturday November <4< Bragg was discharged in July of ings by attending weekend drillsat I I ing. I
hand for duty last Saturdayand this year and returned to her NARTU without interfering -x-
Dance to amplified d a nee
Sunday. former position in the Public
bands Television Notre Damevs.
; ,
Navy. Waves Ethel Coxon, DT2 and Works department.Both .
Sunday, November 5 Louise Bragg, YNSN, are now girls were recruited by
10-12 Java hour. 6:00: p. m. attached to NARTU's Wing Staff74 Jack Piva, ADI, NARTU re-
buffet supper. 7:30: around the and will drill on the fourth cruiter, with the able assistanceof
piano, also television. weekend of each month and serve Shirley Sinko, PNI, who became
Monday, November 6 two weeks of active duty with the first Wave to ever
7:30 p. m. Bowling club, trans- the staff each summer. serve on active duty with NAR-
portation; In the club, informal Ethel Coxon, who is the wife TU when she reported for duty i
dancing and television. of Chief John Coxon of the NAS last month.
Tuesday, November 7 telephone office, joined the Wavesin Billets are open for additional
Dance lessons, easy to learn July 1945. After attending Waves in the "Weekend War-
steps, professional instructor.En- Dental School the Royston, Ga. rior" squadrons of NARTU. Vet-
roll now, $1.00 an hour. lass came to Jax for duty In erans or girls without previous
A Wednesday, November 8 April 1946 at the Dispensary. experience may apply at the en-
Candle Light Club. 8:00: p. m., She was discharged. here in rollment office at NARTU. The
followed by polka and square March 1950. requirements are: a high school
dancing. Also 8:00: p. m. Godfreyon Louise Bragg Joined the WavesIn diploma; ages 18 to 40; can be
television and 10:00: p. m. November 1948 while workingin married but have no dependents Be Alert Security Depends on YOU!
boxing. the transportation division of under 18 years of age. Applicants



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2 November 1950 JAX AIR NEWS

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d., i3A Dietitians
1 \ d Food Technologists,

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,ii i'?,'':'":; Pw'sr 1< Seek Data Here For Cook BookWhy


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:.. food prepared in the kitchens and galleys of the militarywas
,: ,, termed "mess" in the first place would make an interesting

i q'. V subject, for research without placing too much strain on the imagination.

f Back In the days of John Paul
Jones no one had ever suspectedsuch recent years by modern science.
t tak Sparked by Clark V. Klzzia, a
i a thing as a vitamin, and the ,
facilities of the ship's galley, to vice-president of General Foods
1 say nothing of the limitations of Corporation who acted as first
1I chairman of the group and has
I the galley cooks, provide a strong
remained in that office ever
contrast to those prescribed today.
,... since, the Navy Cook Book Task
Not only have there been vast Committee came into being. No
changes (for the better) in equip- one gets any pay. Their time and
ment and the qualifications of skill has all been volunteered in
55 the cook, but since 1946 a groupof the interest of seeing that the
food experts of the leading sailor is properly fed and so
food processors of the country keeps his morale at high level.
have been engaged in preparinga
fry equipment in the main raU'holds; the attention of these food experts of the task revised Navy cook book"in accordance This generous-spirite 4group and
I committee composed of food technologists, home economists and dieticians who spent last week with the many new dis- assembled last Thursday Air Stationto
here to gather data for the new edition of the Navy Cook Book. coveries of food values made in Friday discuss at the the final Naval increment of

the cook book. The cook book, by
National Tests For NROTC the way, will not be bound between -
iFF Navy blue covers as formerly
but will take the shape ofa

.. To Be Held In 550 Cities card-index of the Navy file for cooks.the convenience

The annual competitive tests to select approximately 1,600 ap- a s: > As the food technologists and
plicants for the Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps college program dietitians gathered around the
will be held in 550 cities in the United States and its territories conference table here, the ser-
on December 9, 1950. iousness with which they have
All male high school seniors approached their project was ob-
and graduates between the ages I fees paid for by the Government. vious. The difference in menus
I of 17 and 21 are eligible t6 apply In addition, they will receive pay needed on transport planes and in
for the program, under which the at the rate of $50 a month for submarines was gravely consid-
successful candidates are given a the four-year period. The stu \b ered. Whether to use dried milkor
four-year college education at dent may take any course leading evaporated in the recipes was
Government expense at one of to a bachelor or higher degree, discussed, as were subjects suchas
the 52 colleges and universities but must include in his curricu the inclusion or omission of
throughout the country in which lum prescribed naval subjects. recipes favored in different partsof
there are Naval Reserve Officer Must Serve Two Years the country.

Trainning units. To qualify, applicants NROTC students are obligatedto Baked beans for New Englandlads
a must meet physical and participate in naval drills and grits and turnip greens for
mental standards and success- cruises, and to serve two yearson the native Southerner, found
fully pass an aptitude test. active duty after graduation. their place in the revised cook
To Enroll In 1951 At the end of the two-year per book, as did many others of sec
Application blanks and com- iod they may apply for retention Iii- -, : V' tional appeal.All .

plete information concernig the in the service as commissioned Melvin Kauffman, SA, exhibits a strip of bread dough moldedin in all, it is clearly evident
program are available from high officers in the Regular Navyor equipment at the galley as Mildred Hearn, of General Foods that although it may still be
school principals, college deans, Marine Corps, or for transferto Corporation, and Everett Lee of Standard Brands, Inc., look on called "Navy mess", it will be a
professors of Naval science, off reserve status. applovingly. They were part of the task committee visiting here far cry from the "chow" experienced
ices of Naval procurement, and Students enrolled in the pro. last week.Revolts. by old John Paul and
Naval recruiting offices through. gram will be deferred from in his stalwart crew.
.. out the country. The tests will be duction under the Selective Service Attending the conference were
given in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Act pending completion of By Communistic Guerillas Rear Adm. George W. Bauern-

Kico, Virgin Islands, and the their academic course. They must,, schmidt, Bureau of Supplies and
Canal Zone, in addition to citiesIn however, agree to serve on active Accounts; Helen Cachens Officeof
the 48 states.Applicants duty for two years when graduated the Quartermaster General;

tory marks on receiving the aptitude satisfac-test and-x-commissioned. makes' Filalaya r, Future Trouble SpotExtending Officer.Capt. M. W.Headquarters Clay, Navy, Liaison Market

will be interviewed and given Center System. Chicago; Lcdr. J.

physical examinations.will State then se- DIVINESERVICES down into the United States of Indonesia Is the Federation Corrick, Jr., Naval Supply Re-
lection committees candidatesto of Malaya, a peninsular dependency of the British crown. search & Development Facility;
select the outstanding each Termed the most prosperous section of Asia and the richest dependency Mary Dwyer, Quartermaster Food
meet quotas assigned of Britain, Malaya has been rocked constantly with uprisings and Container Institute for Arm-
state and territory. of Communist-led guerillas. ed,..Forces; H. Flick, General
will be
candidates
Successful .
the fall term of col. AT THE STATION CHAPELS The ever-increasing revolts and Mills Inc.Harry .
enrolled in nists would present the Western
B. Gorsuch National Bis-
,
acts of violence force of
keep
1951. As U. S. Naval Reserve a Powers with serious situation,
," lege Protestant a ; cuit Helen Hamilton,
100,000 men fighting a 24-hour I Company;
will have
midshipmen, they for the capital of this strategic'
books and normal 0930-Services. All Saints' Chapel battle against the estimated 10- Corn Products Refining Com-
their tuition, land is the all-important shipping :
(Sunday School) 000 revolutionaries. This drastic pany; Hugh Hatheway, Continental
hub of
Singapore.
difference in numbers is due to /' Baking Company; Mildred
To Construct 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL the intense jungles and impassable Perhaps the governing factor in Hearn, General Foods Corporation -
1045-All Saints Chapel. the revolutionary make-up of Ma-
stretches in which the reac- ; Lcdr. A. M. Henley, Navy
Catholic tionaries operate. The terrain fea- laya is the fact that roughly 50 Market Officer, Richmond; Lo-
Convert Big tures make the use of aircraft per cent of the population estimated raine Hindman, Standard Brands
0830-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. and motorized equipment imprac- in 1949 at 4,908,000, are Incorporated, Mary B. Horton,
Ol30-St.: Edwards' Chapel (Cate- ticable. Chinese. It is this segment whichis I National Diary Products Com-
List 'Of CraftThe chism Class). leading the struggle/' againstthe E. Willard Jensen, Secre-
Hub pany;
., Important
1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. British and native /govern' National Security Industrial
Loss of Malaya to the Commu- ments. The conquering of China tary,
Navy has announced plans 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL Association; Comdr. B. Johnson
for the construction of a long list by the Communists added incentive Bureau of Supplies and Accounts.
of ships and small craft authorized to their efforts to take over Clark V. Kizzla, General Foods
by Congress. Nearly all of the Crossword Puzzle the Malay government. Corporation; L. Kotschevar, Na-
172 small ships and craft will be Size of Alabama val Supply Research & Develop-
awarded to private shipyardssome In the days preceding Japanese ment; George Kraft National
time in the near future. ACROSS I z >J I r S Q 1 o q ,o II '4 occupation, the rebellious group Dairy Products; R. Kramer, International
The Navy also announced the 1Investigates7Knobby was fervently anti-British. Under Mineral and Chemical
assignment of 25 of the 170 con- 13-Podilk. fruit IT 1 1 I" the Axis yoke, they became in- Company; Everett Lee, Standard
versions recently authorized by 16-Smoothed spired with patriotism and worked I Brands, Incorporated; Glenna Mc-
15-Symbol for
Congress. The remaining 145 conversions mall is III.I i 11 'l111. feverishly to drive out the in- Ginnis, Woman's Day; Erna Nib-
t which are of a lesser nature 16-S bird / vader. Following the wars, they ley, National Biscuit Company;
17-aelde It 3018Chlnee. JI 4' 1.J again took up the anti-British attitude General
I will be accomplished at mite Kathryn Pennington,
\ various naval shipyards in the 19--Sunburn and turned to Moscow for Foods Corporation; Edythe Rob
1. course of regularly scheduled 11Wi'! \ unusual 1V 3f 14P 27 guidance.Situated. southernmosttip ertson, US Air Force; Lt. ()jg) C.
at the
overhauls of the vessels to be 14-014 Creek city 2f I\J f'l'51: M. Schoman, Naval Supply Re-
of the Malay Peninsula, the
lIS-Printer' Vh search & Development Facility;
converted.
to be measure area is roughly the size of the Sisak U. S. Marine "
Included in the ships con- s7-Horse's neck n /3 Lt. Col. N.
eleven 165footmine hair state of Alabama. Its eastern Corps Lcdr. D. B. Sollenberger, ;
structed are ;
sweeping boats; 70 landing I' Jl-llnItated IS-.Reprenntattv. yt r I // je )f ye boundary is the South China Sea, U. S. Coast Guard; Reba Staggs. "!
/ with the Strait of Malacca form-
vehicles, tracked; 43 landing ve- i 3 -Not actual .i34War National Livestock and Meat I
hides, personnel; 20 500-ton open sod l' 0>' 43 ''l/ 'lJ ing the western coast and joining Board; J. L. Stahlj Jr., Hershey
37Necessitated41Strike JI'/: / Jl'h the South China Sea on Malaya'ssouthern
Mrs. R. K. i
lighters 10 500 ton covered lighters Chocolate Corporation;
; out y y, 1. 47 18 tip. The peninsula bor-
and two submarines. 43-Symbol for r0 Sweeney, Quaker Oats Company;
ders with Siam in the north. '
Congress also recently appro- 4S-Wrap sodium .y f'lSO 51 fi // I I.'J< AFPS Cathryn R. VerMurlen, Bureau
)
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conversionof 'lI. and Accounts, and
priated funds for the 41-Oreek letter (/ of Supplies
the following ships: one Essex- 45-Panta Iy u I' 51 -x- Lt. Guy P. Waddell, Bureau of 'I

class aircraft carrier, for heavier 48-uoekl hill "13 Active Duty Vets Supplies and Accounts.to j
..f planes (USS Bennington, CV-20); 5o-Prlest's l' S7 '
10 submarines to supply submarines vestment receive compensation or
11-Electrll1e4 Should VA from the
Notify subsistence payments .
radar
; two submarines to I -rwrl..j.rrr"
b3-Roman Administration at the same he j
subs; 19 submarines to gods 3-Guldo's: hlab
have picket snorkel installed; 102 des- 64-Gal'den tool onlunctlon 2Z-Part of ey note Of Their Status Is drawing military pay and al.
modernizations 66-aimed: 5-Turklah prlii (p1.) 38Allow55Relaxation lowances. If a veteran does not
armament ;
troyer 6-Brlatl.I 35-Wears .
destroyer radar picket conver- 7-Apartment 53-hark 25-Feeling 40Scorn8Above away Washington AFPS) World notify the VA of his return to .' j
sions; 4 destroyer escorts to radar 27-Pertaining 1 to 45:.'Small valley War II veterans who enlist or are I active duty and continues to receive .
pickets; 3 destroyer escort to be DOWN l 9-Soak 0-Concernior y9-i'oce.d apple.: 47-Food 48-Dock Cab recalled to active duty in the such payments, the VA is j"
converted for anti submarine 1-Coated metal with ll-Moon goddess ao-Anllwerlllble 6G-Renrence Armed Forces must notify the required by law to seek recovery ,
1a-Prepared for a3--C ool.d lava 55I'inch Veterans' Administration if of the m6ney.
warfare; 1 landing ship, mediumto 2- t 34-Experts 55-Coniunctiop they
a cable layer; 1 fleet tanker to I-Kin.J1Iub .n of Zo-fJothlnr -Retreat/ liT-Perform are receiving compensation or I The VA advises veterans returning be-
to
replacement ship;; 1 cargo ship to subsistence allowances. to military service
., -5, general store issue ship and 1 L The VA announ" tr-a the 'ure their National Service, LifeInsurance
store ship to a refrigerator ship. (Answer on Page Five) law does not permit a vd 'ran; : policies do not lapse.




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We are sorry to report this .
week that Miss Edith Wewer is
still ill but is no longer confinedto
the hospital Faunce McCul.
ley of Design was reported ill
the first of the week. ,E. J. Me.
gonigal returned to work Monday
morning after a three week's
course in Radiological Defense at
Port Hueneme, California. Mr.
Megonigal reports he had lots to
learn while taking the course and '
in his spare time, he visited
Hollywood and saw many of the
stars' homes

Glad to report that our Chief ."
Clerk, Dub Stembridge is backat
work after a week's illness r.
We welcome into the Depart
ment Virginia McLaughlin who
has been assigned to the Time
Unit

We're looking forward to the
Public Works "Poor Bojs' Par-
ty" and hope all will be able

to attend. A gala floor show has ..
been planned which we know ,
you will enjoy. Most of it is
made up from talent within
the department. This dance is
strictly informal. :Men can wear
., q sport shirts and be comfortable,
girls can come in house dresses.
I
The main requirement is that
you wear shoes. Please buy your
ticket early as the dance is being
financed strictly from the sale of '
f. C the tickets. You may purchase
your ticket at the door. However, l.
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AIR-SEA RESCUE-These vivid pictures taken by photographers of Patrol Squadron Five, tell the story of the rescue of eight, mittee we hope that you will buy
survivors of the British coal-freighter North Voyageur which went down in the northern Atlantic. VP-5, which has its home base yours in advance of the dance.
here, is now on duty at Argentia, Newfoundland and participated in the air-sea rescue. In top left picture, a P2V finds the drifting survivors Dancing will be by a juke but ". ..
I and hovers overhead. In the second photo, the survivors wave frantically from their life boat. The Coast Guard ship Sorrtll good music will be provided. You I
is shown taking the eight men aboard in top right picture. The eight survivors, all French-Canadian sailors, are shown on left bottom won't want to miss this affair.

as they_ were brought ashore. An intact wheel house off the doomed ship I is shown_still. _miraculously afloat in right bottom. .photo. o Remember it's Saturday from 8
to 12 p. m. at the Lake Shore
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Hears Solon : iiiiii Squadron Five Aids : UniformFor Strikes Oil! !
SpeakMembers ; In i Washington (AFPS) TheNavy's ,
of oil explorationin
program
of Branch 91. Fleet '
l Reserve Association, were able to Navy EM two Alaska minor has fields led to, with the discoveryof one wellat .'.
cbtain a clearer picture of the
in[ Ship Disaster RescueSpecial Umiat capable of producing
t-" plans (concerning NAS, Cecil hinlton-Minor changes to 500 barrels of high gravity oil per '
Field and Mayport, in an informal the Navy's modified uniform for
discussion with Representative enlisted men have been orderedby day.
( to the Jax Air News)
Charles E. Bennett at a meet the Chief of Naval Operations. I II -----. ---- ---
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ing of the local Branch last Tues. ARGENTIA. NEWFOUNDLAND Patrol Squadron Five once I The directed following ........'.
changes were -,
day. more proved its worth in the job of air-sea rescue when two P2V'sof I
i the squadron piloted by Lt. James McGhee and Lt. Howard Kenton i recent tests conducted in r---- j
Bennett also discussed with
Atlantic
operating conditions in the ; ...
were dispatched to assist in the search and successful rescue of
members Bill H. R. 9259 which I --
North I Fleet. Purpose of the tests was a
I survivors of the doomed British freighter Voyageur. I
he: introduced in Congress and to determine the uniform's serviceability -
which permits members of the Setting up a well planned ex- | The results, the Navy '
armed services and their dependents I panding search from the distress scene. Squadron photographers said, indicate that the majority of :'
entire
obtained pictures of the
to substandard position received from the ill- 1 .If
occupy quarters personnel who participated approved
( above).
see
operation
'rescue
fated vessel, the patrol planes set
on a rental basis without loss the uniform with-the additional
Once the eight men were safely
out for their destination. The
;: *1 basic allowance for quarters I modifications. '
planes reached the spot in the aboard the Son 11, both P2V'scontinued
;' Later in the meeting Representative :' cold northern waters where the their search of the area Participating sailors found the
'. Bennett was presented the. ship went down. Floating debris until visibility failed "coat shoulder" of the jumper
: first ticket to the gigantic floor :, covered the area. Pilots and crew- I and the "Iore.and.alt"outsIde
fliow, dance and first international '
countless "doughnut"lifepreservers ci easing of the trousers made
t cockroach race, being spon- ]men saw loose doors and THE FOLLOWING DAY the stowage;! unsatisfactory. As a result
I a fared by Branch 91 at the Duval' frameworks and wheel- pilots and crewmen were able to CNO has ordered a "shirt ,
County Armory, December 2. I, house completely intact even a somehow call on the survivors at the Na- shoulder" on the jumper and restoration
The next meeting of Branch 91 1 val Air Station Dispensary and of "athwartship" insidecreases
still miraculously afloat. A Coast
5s plated: for November 14. I the smiles on their faces, better on the trousers.
Guard PBY orbited the wreckage
than words, expressed their deep ,
-- .xt. :
with VP-5's but The testing personnel agreed .
scene along their I
for
t t. Report Hair Dressing no survivors were sighted. appreciation rescue.Smiling that the cuffless jumpers and 1I I
I II i through grizzled beardsthe I trousers with pockets and zipperfly
I
'
survivors were full of ques fronts improve but do not
Makes Nice Sandwich :
THEREAFTER '
SHORTLY
tions. "How were we located? change the traditional appearance
London ( AFPS-Traders investigating however, Ensign Daniel Sliwin- "Was our light signal of any of the Bluejacket uniform. r
ski, aboard Lt. McGhee's plane. help" In reply Lt. McGhee told
s_ a sudden demand for Another test is to commencesoon
lone lifeboat bobbing of the French-Canadian sail-
sighted a one Further
Fleet.
Pacific
a certain brand of hair dressing +j in the
about ten miles from the scattered that the dark brown color of
ors
1k in the African gold coast found ; improvements, if any, discovered ,
remnants of the North Voya- 'their lifeboat had made it hard
the natives it their in the later tests may be incorporated -I
spreading; on
,
'. tuffad. "The West Africans geur.A flashing light signal froma : to sight from the air, The man in the uniform. The modified
swear
]lifeboat sighted and then that the next time he
was swore
tiny is scheduled to replace .
\y it, the Trade Review of the uniform ..
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found eight happy would paint boat a bright -
a quick pass every
uniform July
on
United Africa said. "It the present
Company,
I
survivors joyously at the red color.
waving
1952-AFPS). '
3* h great favorite. overhead plane. l 1, ( _

Tell me-x--Billy, why do they The lifeboat was well marked IN FALTERING ENGLISH the I &took ;;dgr--fut.Ab; t J.
J \Jfotknts instead of miles cm with smoke lights and both aircraft happy survivors told their story 150 miles out from their destination
the iiee-an?" orbited the survivors until I'Their ship; enroute from New i heavy swells capsized their
"Be-cmise they've got to have the Coast Guard cutter, Sorrell, York to St. John's, Newfoundland vessel. Eleven men are missing

r the, ocean tide." was contacted and directed to-the- -, had-developed.- -a-leak and- I and they the abandoned eight who ship survived before claim any

order was given. The rescue team k?
sighted one other lifeboat, float m
ing empty neaif the debris, i j

I Though they had been in the

water for 28 long hours, the I!
eight rescued men's spirits were
high as they discussed their rescue -
with VP-5 personnel. One
Canadian grinned broadly as he I .ifp$ .

spoke for all "Thank you." We are < .t <, :<'
"
all glad! you found: us.

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ak 6YeA Sydney, Australia\ (AFPS) .
rx
,
.r a M1 Q Ronald Wade-Farrell's girl friend
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"tingled all over" as he kissed;
her good night at her front door. NEAT LITTLE TRICK-You
So Ronald kissed her again get all kinds of offers in show
; CPO CLVB LEADERS- New CPO club president Comer) RlahoneI3DIC I This time the girl yelled]] and business. After playing part of

extreme: right, and Richard Simpson) ADC, fccond from light, meet lumped Ronald( was leaning a burlesque cutie in a recent

with the newly elected board of governors following recent election Members against a faulty light switch, He movie, Adele Jergens, above, '" .
of the board of governors are left to tight Victor Adam. AMC; Jack had on rubber-soled shoes but'tie was offered a part by a manager .

O'Donntll, AMC; John Schmidt, AKC and Cecil Jones JIMC. I gill wort leather thoe-E. Ca burlesque show.


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SALTY HUMOR FROM Newly elected officials for the

HERE AND THERE CPO Club went into office recently .
New
officers are as fol
... lows: Comer Mahone of Fleet
His wife was .a WAVE and he Air
waved at a Wac Wing Eleven staff, president;

The WAC was in front but his Richard Simpson of Inspection: ,
WAVE was in back: vice president; Jim Chestnut
Commissary Secretary; and Rob.
Instead of a wave from the
WAC be it said ert urer Thiel Administration, Treas-

He won but a whack from the
WAVE he had wed. Named to the Board of Cover- ,
nors were Cecil Jones, (Hospital) l
The old maid stalled her car at E J Sullivan (Transportation)
the traffic light and couldn't get John Schmidt (Supply), Jack Ot

... it Marled The lights went from I Donnell (Fleet Air Win., 11)), and j
I Victor Adams (VF-12), I,
gleen to ;yellow to red and back ) '
again to green several times. But The newly elected official I
she couldn't move the car. are going: all out in their efforts I
to make the Jax CPO '
r Finally a policeman came over
club the best in
the Navy. The
j
and said "What's the matter,
lady'? Don't we have any colors entertainment committee Is already I
you like?" asking: for suggestionsand
I several parties are planned

NAS Metoilst : I had the light for the holidays. It Is urged

of way when this man ran into I that anyone with suggestions,
me or complaints bring them to

Traffic Policeman: You certainly __ "IIW" Ma M:< .. ,WFR7itGR3Ii.ISa J5r3ibYi: the general assembly meeting
and have them discussed: Both
did not.Motorist. DANCE TO MUSIC BY SPIVAK-Here's an inkling: of the huge crowd on hand at the enlisted suggestions and complaints will
I'd like to know
.. not? : why men's dance last Thursday which featured the music of Charlie Spivak and his orchestra fenivakplaved be given careful consideration.
.. for officers' dancingthe previous night.Heres The
annual drive for funds fot"the
TP
.. : Because his father Is mayor -
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: his bi other chief of police and orphans of Jax is now in full

I'm engrfced to his !listf'r.'l' i One Reader's View | First ChecksTo swing should make All every chiefs effort in this to sup-area

port this worthy :
project Itsour
:: On) This Census BusinessThe Families aim to make this the best
Christmas yet for those: kids who

census of the United States is about completed with I can't help themselves
agents busy In every nook and corner cf this vast land to determineits i December 1 Club members are reminded
population. But here is one renders view on the "census" that the CPO club is their club.

I f r 3 Population of United States ........... .......................................150000000 Washington (AFPS) It can only be as good as you
People 65 years old or over .................... ................................... 40000000 in December Beginning make it. The fouled anchor on achief's
first
'Balance left to do the woik .......................................................110000000 will direct. hat carries a traditional
payments be made to dependents
People 21 Peals or Aoungtr ..........:............................................. 53750000 of enlisted prestige of the Navy, but thereis
Balance left to do the work ........................................................ 56,250,000 Forces Armed 'I no prestige" without obligation.
F People In Chi! Service and other agencies .........:.................... 21000000 grades personnel in all pay It is the personal obligation of

.F .. y Balance left to do the work .......................................................... 3 ..250.000ppople eligible to receive the new I every chief aboard the !station to
in the Armed Forces ........................................................ 1500000) emergency quarters allowances. I make the CPO club a place where
Balance left to do the woik ........................................................ 33750000 The payments will be for the they will be glad to bring families -
People in state and city clflces ......................"........................ 16250000 month of November They repre- and friends.
Balance left to do the work ....................................,..................... 17.500,0 ,People In hospitals and asylums ................................................ 5500000 quarters allowance (BAQ) and
Balance left to do the work ..................,r...,.........,...................... 120000CO allotment' deductions from Servicemen Town Blackouts 't
"Trans) ited roughly: he said, Bums and others who don't work ................................................ 11f03.000 s pav
I'mlilm tame, ask me again 'n' Balance left to do the work ........................................................ J 7u)0 While BAQ is retroactive to !
I'll tell va the same!" Persons In jail ......./.. ................................................... {'6ir8 I Aug 1, no allotment deductions ; r flow Outdated By
Balance left to do the woik .... ..... ... ... ..... ..... ...... ... 2 I are to be made for the months of I
1st Wave: "I don't know how Just two left. you and I and you letter get a wiggle on because August September and October Radar
.. 1< ..U all teams ever get'( clean" I'm tired of running this country alone, I However tor those three months Improved
------------ BAQ will be directly toService
2nd Wave: Sillj. What do your paid
r think scrub teams are for?" Scout 131 personnel. who in turn Washington (APPS)-Blackouts
Troop Indoor Pool Open : are expected to provide for their are no longer effective as a defense -

"I'm awfully sorry, but I c'an'tpay I I dependents. I against air attack Federal

the lent this month. Awarded TrophyAt For Swim; Addicts I Public Law 771, known as the I I officials said here recently The
reason is that improved radar
I That s what you !said last I Dependents Assistance Act of
II
jn<'nth." I 1950 provides that BAQ must be I equipment enables pilots to locate ..
\ou setI! keep mv, word!"' Honor CourtScout Judging by' the !sparse attendance I' paid to dependents in addition to ,' targets without the" aid of -
.. at the indoor swimmingpool an allotment from pay Underthe !I ground lights
since it opened the 15th of I I, Col! Barnett W Beers Assist
LT Jackson) : What Is that fhtkinp Troop 131 of the Naval Career Compensation Act,
this month it's 'eared that either had been Service I ant to the Secretary of Defensefor
\ in the soup'Ccok Air Station received the Trophy BAQ paid to
: Lx cks like he is swimming for Advancement awarded duringthe : one of two things have happened I men directly as part of their I civil defense liaison, told a

Ij' !. sir October Court of Honor of Either the swimmers of the monthly pav I Ix special meeting of the U. S. Conference -
the Muskogee District it WHS station have all been suddenly -- of Mayors that present

Moe': so then she said learned this week. ; transferred or else the word defense planning contemplates
hasn't been New Techniques | use of deceptive ground )lighting
'btc p. mv lips are for another"Joe Joey Stauffer scribe of the spread around that
: \edh, and what did you the pool is open and ready to I to confuse enemy pilots, and com
Troop was granted the rank of
fay?" I serve those:: who are fond of Aid In Locating binations of partial blackouts,
Life Scout second highest awarded dimouts
Mce: 'I told her, if she held in Scouting In addition there : water spoils :. and brownouts

Hill she' would get another. were six advancements in runk I Assuming the latter case is the Plotting; StormsFort defense The new also conception creates a of differentrole civilian

given and 19 merit badges. I reason for the sc'arc'e attendancethe I for air raid wardens in eventof
following information Monmouth N. J. (AFPS)
Advanced to first class were is given an air attack Colonel Beers
Answer for the benefit of those who Humcanes and other storm
Bob and Bill Bessette I
Wayne I I II said Instead of being concernedwith
Patterson and Donald Callia didn't get the word areas are being spotted instantly the elimination of lights,
., PR 5BEI tOR SECT Hinton Carter and Roger Thorn- I The indoor swimming pool : and more accurately through new I the will be leaders directing civil .
ElM 11 ME EVE i E[Q ton attained second class rank. which is located in building 614 techniques now being developed defense activities in their zones
A. TI I IT IN ET LIT I at the corner of Gillis and Enter- by the Signal 1 Corps Engineering I ------------
Those merit
badges
N. r Rea. i iE receiving Laboratories here
prise streets is open the following J I work of such stations.
were Bob Bessette, personal
L.11 5 M NE health and home repairs Jim hours: every' weekday from A pair of recently designed ra i Pictures of a storm are taken
DELE ATE APED art and 1700 to 2100 and from 1200 to dar sets are being used by Army I from a different angle by each
N MINAL.A Ill Ernest) Lyons Anderson. home carpentry; 2100 on Saturdays. Sundays and I scientists to coordinate for the station Since a single station getsa
'R TAIL.EO I repairs holidays i first time, long range pictures of detailed picture of only the
DEL E NA_ .l.. ERIE and pioneering; Carlo Kirkland I ,
-------- storms passing between strategically nearer side of the storm, the sta-
ETA" A IS P 5. T I R home repairs and woodwork; tion ceremony of the replica of located radar weather eta tion on the other side supplies

prr-ALB t 10NOI.liS Howard White home repairs and the Statue of Liberty in }lemming lions. which may lead to the establishment more about the storm's true boun-
LID Ell? Jerry Carter home repair.
o WNE' Park of a nationwide net daries.
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f I Jacksonville and in the dedica BUGS BUNNY Our Hero!

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Still Leading Know Who Walker


0Editor's IM LinksmenAs You might stump sports fans younger than

for a while, but you can't keep the Tigers on i l...
the intra-mural golf tourna- them down forever That was Ruth at 21 in
ment enters its final phase this proven last week when it took 1916.
week's competition promises to be just about 60 minutes for the All this
outstanding as leading teams cling correct answer to last week's was gleaned of "'
to precious points and close con- Jax Air News Sports Quiz. the Sporting 18. '.,
tenders put on their final stretch John Tabb, PN3, of ComFairJax (Incidentally
drive. was the lad who providedthe News is of
Standing In the American first correct answer to the charge through Air
( N'ote-From: time to time the Jax Air News will feature League are pretty well established query: "Who was the young- News).
(6"( special columns penned by outstanding sports writers and radio except for the all important first est pitcher ever to win a world A good
r sports broadcasters in this area. The first of the series, today's and second place positions as only series game and how old was through the
,< i: Time Out is written by Arnold Finnefrock, Sports Editor of the one match remains to be played. he when he won it?" The answer been known by
: Florida Times Union.) Depending upon the outcome of to that one was Bullet not by their
;: By Arnold Finnefrock the match between league leading Joe Bush who was only 20 when week's quizzer, -
Supply and second place Hospitalfor I he hurled the Athletics to an Ing is:
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\ (Times Union Sports Editor) final standings the two clubs : 8-2 triumph over the Giants in "Walker ( ) p.

: \ Two men who played football at the Jacksonville Naval are sure "to put on a show when I 1913. Is one of .
they clash. Just as we suspected, we received ers. Under n he
Air Station during 1944-45 are winning attention for the
Supply has led the American dozens of calls naming bitter known
: success they've achieved as college head coaches. League throughout the season and Whitey Ford of the Yankees as world?"
ft One is George Barclay, who did some coaching as well asI' now has a slim margin of 4 K the youngest. Contrary to what The first ,
playing at NAS, and the other is Bill Leckonby. points over Hospital which can radio announcers and sports editors tles the
win the tournament with a decis- have related, Ford was not course meal at -
Barclay took over at Washington and Lee last year and. ive victory this week. the youngest. In fact Paul teria. Bring in to
Leckonby in 1946 at Lehigh. Dean and Babe Ruth were both the Jax Air in
In the National: League VP-3 is .
The football fortunes of both schools were at a low ebb occupying first place with a com- younger than Ford when they Room 125, Main ,
i but the ex-NAS gridders have succeeded in changing that. fortable 13% point lead while its won World 21 Series games. Dean Building or "
but
was several months 216 or 8181
Both Students of Faurot, Tatum nearest competitor Is Cecil Field
I which has two matches left with
Naturally, Barclay, who was an All-American guard at third and fourth place FAVV-11

the University of North Carolina, and Leckonby, a backfield and Green Cove Springs. Fliers Invode r .
' star at St. Lawrence University, are using the split T forma- Since VP-3 has completed its
;. tion they learned at NAS from Don Faurot of Missouri and schedule Cecil Held has a slim
chance of
riding into first place!
Jim Tatum of Maryland. with a sweep of their last two
. Faurot, who designed this system, coached the Fliers in matches. For Till With

, "' ,' 1944 and then turned the head coaching duties over to Tatum, Standings in both leagues as of

.: who had been his assistant the year before. Tuesday 1I10:1111.g wereAMERICAN : Eager to get in the win column after four

e In his first season at W. and L., Barclay's Generals won LEAGUE Point straight setbacks in recent weeks the Ja\ jour

four out of nine games and this year they've beaten Fur- 1-Supply ...........>.........._.......251,, ney northward this weekend to do battle with captain.'H
man, West Virginia, The Citadel, and Davidson while losing 2-Hospital ............................21 '
close decisions only to Virginia and Tennessee. 3-Operation* .........:..............171,, Amphibs..at Little Creek, Va _
It's entirely likely that the Generals will win all their 4-ntedical & Dental ...........I2/, This WIll DC tIle second meeting
5-1'ub. W..k Comnu ....._..HU', of the two elevens and the phibs ace half.
remaining games from VPI, Delaware, Louisville, and Richmond 6-<). & U. ............................11/ I Amphibs hold the edge by virtueof back named has
which would be quite a feather in Barclay's cap. He 7-1'\ T. &, Welfare .............10'!J a 14-0 win over the Fliers last been on the of
formerly was an assistant coach at Dartmouth and Maryland Administration ..._........... JJ.J. year in a game which eliminatedthe most of Ikard's
locals from the All-Navy com In spite of set-
NATIONAL petition. backs they
Leckonby Bringing Lehigh Prestige LEAGUEPoints Despite the fact that they lost this season the Fliers ..
' Leckonby who played with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1-\P-3 ...........................?.......SO'/' to the powerful Quantico eleven can't be run-
2-CwJl Held ........................37it in the All-Navy quarter finals ning and are be in -
the National Professional League before entering the Navy 3- '.\\V.lt ?....................._...SS'/i' last season the Little Creek Ga- exceptionally for
4 in 1942, is remembered as one of the most likeable men on 4-fl. C. S. .........................?..SO tors have built: an Saturday's
the station.A NAUTU ............................23% reputation in the up last impressive few None of the
football some 30 Lehigh is coming 6-Air Group 1 .............-.......237ComFalrJax and are tabbed as the team years to .
power years ago, serious injury
.................... .12 beat in
back into gridiron prominence under Leckonby. His 1949r 8-FASRon 6 .......................10<% service competition. game with have .
team posted a 6-3 record and his current eleven is undefeated 10-Marines ............................ 29VF62 Bidding fair to bolster their been able to good
4 and untied with victories over Delaware, Case, Bucknell, ..,..........,.................. 7\\/t past first records four games the Gators of their swept 1950 the stiff their workouts tussle tout for

Gettysburg, Dartmouth, and Rutgers. Yet to be played are schedule, racking up 87 points ed Gators also Am
Muhlenberg, Carnegie Tech, and Lafayette Ping Pong Tourney while not allowing a single opponent phibs.
When and if the
to cross their goal line
T Is
Split Popular
November 13 The Fliers will hav e to sharpen right
\ This is the first time since 1919 that the Engineers have Begins their pass defense for Saturday'sgame punch some to
; been able to go this far in a single season without tasting defeat One of the last of the intramural because almost all the TD's take a beating, -
sports programs to get under scored this season by the Gators tial strength aheadof
way is the annual ping pong tour- have been through the airways many have
: Leckonby uses a wide Split T the guards being at least
nament which is slated to begin while their ground attack has lost to this
,! a yard and a half from the center and the tackles even fur- the week of November 13. been inadequate against even Fumbles, the
ther away from the guards. Both singles and doubles elimination mediocre lines.Standouts breaks of the
The Lehigh coach and his assistants say they haven't matches will be held and in the Amphib backfield a number of of
:' i anyone interested in the event this year has been their 175- the Fliers and locals
, figured out a defense to stop their own stuff and aren't ex- have solved
G. Ikard they
can get additional information by pound quarterback W
pecting their opponents to devise one. Lehigh has scored calling Physical Training depart- I who not only handles the signal will pose a real other
three or more touchdowns on each team it has met. ment on extension 593. calling chores but is also the Am- aggregations..

The Split T, in which the quarterback takes the ball J
from the center, runs parallel to the line of scrimmage and

then either laterals or keeps possession, is growing more ..

i and more popular.
. Bud Wilkinson, who learned the system from Tatum

ft while serving as an assistant to the Oklahoma mentor, be- f a. .! .
came the "coach of the year" when his Sooners rolled to ? ..

: 11 an undefeated season and then crushed Louisiana State in

I the Sugar Bowl.Conners .

and Joe Williams garnered a 47
r.r.t t Capture to win low Across honors and Tom > tr'x N 2 da(
k and Elaine Ilillis deadlocked with
Paul and Virginia Herndon for y
t 2-Bal! FoursomeScoring first tition.place in the low net compe- r w #


a low 40, Andy and Dale Jack Jones took first in the 1r .
Conner placed first in the low longest drive for men and George .
gross division of the Class A and Dorothy Chalmers won the .
group in the officers' wives golf blind bogey in other Class B play. >0 t a
regular monthly two-ball
group
foursome played on the NAS links Harold and Betty Sutton posteda
Sunday. 47 to win low gross in the ClassC

Other winners in the Class A while Mo and Hazel Hirst pickedup a a w
competition were: Frank and Al- a 32 to place first in the low
cie: Lusk, low net score, Martha net department.
Rusk with the longest drive for Winners in the Class C blind ".
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women and Charles Weiss with bogey were Jim and Lois Mullins, --- ------ -
the longest drive for men; and while John Mealy annexed the LEAD INTRA-MURAL GOI.FERS-Cedl Field linksmen take time out In
Bill and Louise Williams capturedthe longest drive for men honors with I their drive for the championship in the National League intra-mural competition. to r'
blind bogey. Louis Gingrich capturing the wom- right are Hob Way, Orson Kenny, red Martens, John Hartman and Bill Howe. :
In Class B Alexis DeLaMater en's phase of that event. Swinson, left and Wright North, 1950 station champ, right. Missing is Dan Helms,
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Unable to muster enough offensive punch to go with

a ? their respectable defensive play, Jax Navy's Fliers went downto

-" their fourth straight defeat and their fourth in five startsas

they finished on the short end of a 21-0 count against a

3 formidable, but not to.potent, Eglin Field eleven before a

capacity crowd ]last Saturday at the station field.TheF .

iers made-t.heflrst home
fray played at the' station since I After stopping an Eglin drive
by recovering a fumble on their
F 1944 a dismal one for the huge
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T'' Y
h fik ct .3n 14 the Fliers two
y\ > a> $ own gave up
xv the
K. ?to which overflowed
? r crowd
....r..........' .n r r s"'.H,. .. .,o.,, y ) ,.. g : yr stands. It was one of the largest more points when a bad pass over
the head of Norman, in punt for-
Here Is one time that flashy Fred Russell, ace Eglin Field crowds to see the Fliers in actionat
LOCALS LOSE <4TII< STRAIGHT- mation, went into the end zone and
halfback, was stopped in the fray that saw Eglin down the Fliers 21-0. Russell is stopped cold at home in Score a long long time. out of play, giving a safety to Eg-

the line of scrimmage near the goal line, but went over on the next play. The Fliers had the edgein Eglin struck fast Early to score in the lin, making it 14-0.

every department of statistics, but fumbled away numerous scoring chances. first three minutes of the fray The Fliers came back to life in

and came back with the second the second half to perform bril-

High Individual Good Response To Initial tally a short five minutes later.A liantly on defense, holding Eglinto
safety late in the second canto but 20 yards rushing and 25
the Invading Eagles two yards passing. But Coach Car
gave
Scores Feature Call For Cage CandidatesMore more points and the hard charg- ver's lads couldn't put togetherthis
ing Eagles finished the day's scoring fine defensive play with a
with a third period TD. scoring punch. The Fliers droveto
" Ten Pin ActionIndividual than two dozen potentialJax Coach MacCaffrey concentratedon The Fliers threw away repeated the visitors' four early in the
Navy varsity hoopsters responded routine warmup practice Mon- chances for scores, fumbling away third quarter but lost the ball on
scoring took the spotlight to the first practice call day night and the rest of this i several chances. The Fliers fumbled downs.
in recent intra-mural bowl last Monday night in the NAATC week will be spent in conditioning no less than eight times and Game Ends Threat

ing play as team standings in the auditorium.Of the cagers and in finding out I recovered but two of them. Eglin punted out of bounds on
24-team tournament remained virtually the 26 men who turned out Just where each man will fit. Statistically the Fliers had the. the Navy 30. Quarterback Nor-

.i unchanged. Accurate compilation for basketball five of them are Although the turnout was good best of the Eglin crew, due mainly 1 man's pitchout to Garver went
of all team averages to returnees from last year's squad for the first practice session to a strong defense thrown I astray and was recovered by Eg
date is being made and will be and two have had considerable Coach MacCaffrey explained that against the Eagles in the second lin on the Fliers' 25. Halfback Pat

announced next week. experience elsewhere to make by no means was the team picked half and a few good gains which Fields faded back to hit Hollister
While G. E. Llllicotch of the them outstanding contenders for and that any other cagers who went to naught due to fumbles. in the end zone for Eglin's third

CPO keglers holds high game average honors this year. want to try for the team still The Eagles completed one pass I.score. Almond's kick made it 21-0.
with a 235>> game he was Among those who wore the have time to report. all day and that one was good fora Halfback Bienaman, making his
last week to retain touchdown. I first showing of the year for the
hard pressed Jax Navy colors last year are: -x-
bowlers started Eglin's offense can be summedup Fliers intercepted an Eglin heaveto
his lead as other Dob Decker a guard and forwards
hitting their paces. Vern Westwood, Carl Wheeler, Blind Bogey Win in the performance of one man give the Fliers possession of
% Halfback Fred Russell, former the oval on their own 25. Nor
Among the keglers who hit the Bob Sheldon, and Gordon Schott.
State Ohio) flash. Russell, man passed to Jack Duncan on a
Kent (
valuable additions to thisyear's
in recent Two
200 mark and over
Taken ShoaltsTallying the first neat pass play which carried 40
Pasce a By who tallied twice in quar-
matches were Carlile from OpAv- crew are Leroy
ter however was hit hard there- yards to the invaders' 25: but the
Tr'n'g with a 220 game; Roslni of shifty guard who made All-Navy ,
a neat 80 with a chosen after and slowed down to almosta game ended the threat.
VP-3 who turned in a 214 score;; two years in a row while he was
the setback there
of 8 to hit picked of walk for the remainder of the Despite was
a six handicap par
Lucousky from VF-12 who tallied at Norfolk and Ray Gay, line and backfield
play
212 pins, and Hinton of VF-14 witha foot three inch center who pickedup 72 right on the button Bill Shoalts fray. However, the damage was sterling the Fliers. End
performances by
done early, and with the Fliers unable -
211 game. a lot of basketball knowhow captured the top spot in the first to click for scores, the mar- Mike Ciminero was a terror on de-
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Roslni tallied a 180 three-game when he was a freshman at Kentucky kicker of the weekly blind bogeyat gin of victory was thereby estab fense, making repeated tackles)
average to lead Carlile by one pin University. NAS links last Saturday. lished. and shining offensively. Guard
in that department and the FAW11 match Gordon Kent Center Joe Owens
Winner of the second was Russell Shines ,
keglers busted 2344 pins to post Keen CompetitionIn Red Wade who chose an 8 handi- Eglin Eagles scored the first and Tackle Walt Conrad performed -
week's five-man team I
the
high cap and garnered an 85 to make time they got their hands on the admirably. QuarterbackMike
.
match total.Fasron the picked par of 74 and in the ball, following a Jax Navy punt. : Norman, who was rushed
4-Ball Tourney third match Bruce Agesen took a With the game but three minutesold hard throughout on his pass attempts
Six handicap of 10, shot an 84 and Fred Russell took Duncan's along with Fullback Ken
wound up at the par 74 for first punt on the 50-yard stripe and Dunn, carried the brunt of the
Now In Progress place honors. I streaked behind beautiful blocking Fliers' offensive.

Court Porter Bedell, who the previous! ,: to tally.
Keeps Play in the NAS four-ball golf week had taken two first place Russell came back a few minutes I
tourney was highlighted last week prizes in the bogey, laid down a later to take another punton Radio Grid LogA
Lead by a couple of hard fought matches 35-foot putt to win first place in his own 35 and ran it back to I
Loop in the fourth flight which saw the longest putt event, and Bob the Fliers 49. On the next play full slate of football games
FASRon 6 had Don Flynn and Red Cranston Wallace had the longest drive on Russell took a pitchout from for radio listeners and TV viewers -

to League-leading all the way to defeat a de- emerge as champs of that division. No. 17 with a 270-yard scorcher, Brown and scampered 46 yards to is on tap for this week end
termined go O & R Flight Test volleyball Cranston and Flynn gained the while Leo Marchell won himselfa the three before he was brought with the Notre Dame Navy,
squad in the intra-mural finals of the flight the hard way prize in the closest to the pin down from behind by Norman. Georgia-Alabama, and Philadel-
volleyball race, while NARTU as they were forced to go 20 contest with a lay only 3 feet lie scored two plays later" givingthe phia Eagles Pittsburgh Steelers

kept in the running,: with an easy holes to defeat Captain Smith and from the pin on No. 16. Eagles a 12-0 lead.I frays topping the list. Here'syour
Chuck Fonvielle 1-up in one of guide:
win over VA-15 Officers in recent
the best matches of the tourney.The High School
tilts.KASRon .
league Intra-Mural
Mark WJHP-Andrew Jdckson vs
captured a hard fought 4th flight champs had an Upsets Miami Edison, Thursday, 8 p.
15-12 win in the first game of their easier time in the finals as they Friday
match with O & R but dropped the won a 3-up with 1 hole to go vic- Touch Football Loop PlayJust m.; Lee 8 vs Hillsborough,

second game 10-15.>> In the decidIng tory over Captain Ferguson and pm. College

contest the two competitors Captain Moore to clinch the title. of proving that I WPDQ (ABC) ((600))-Notre
down the stretch with by way with 3 win-
battled Ferguson and Captain ney for the two clubs
Captain I Dame vs. Navy, 1:15: p.m.
FASRon finally copping .the game Moore had previously taken a 3-up football statistics are a bunchof and a defeat each, while NARTUis WJHP-(MBS) ((1320)Florida ) -
<# with a 15-11 tally. and 1 hole to go win over Com- hooey in this season's top- in first place with a slender vs Kentucky, 2:45: p. m.
NARTU had no trouble with an mander Loring and Commander sy-turvy grid campaigns, a lead of a half a game and FAS WMBR-AM (1460)-) CBS-
Impotent VA-15 Officer squad, Snyder to get into the finals. Ron is firmly entrenched in the
of underdog touch foot- football round-up, 2:30 p. m.WMBR .
which has yet to win a game< this Bill Marshall and Mike Hollack pair number three spot. FMGeorgia:
.. season, and took a 15-6 and 15-7 advanced in the second flight witha ball aggregations toppled the Leading the scoring for VP-3 Alabama-1:55: vs.

decision. 1-up victory over Red Wade and co-leaders of the intra-mural was Elbert who tallied twice to WMBRTV-p.m.Notre Damevs.

Both FASRon and NARTU Ray Sampson and Captain Ditt- tournament in hard fought help rout a VF-12 team to the Navy 1:30: p. m.
notched other wins also as the defending mar and Don Howard kept their last week. tune 'of 30-0 while Dick Clauss ,ProfessionalWPDQ
champions downed VA-15>> championship chances alive bjT frays of touch- racked up a trio of TD's as Photo (600) Philadel-
I Officers 15-4: and 15-8 while NAR- winning 1-up over Hal Hamberg Sparked by a couple Lab walloped a scoreless SupplySix -Pittsburgh
TU beat O & G to the tune of 15-9 on the 22nd hole after Hamburghad down-minded guys named Burgerand in the other games played last phia Eagles vs.
and 15-3.>> played a beautiful game sin- Ford: the Hospital Six hung a week. Steelers, Sunday, 1:55: p. m.
12-0 defeat on VA-15 who had -xSports -
A strong team from VF-11 handed when his partner
gle
been deadlocked with NARTU for Another game between the Ma-
racked up two victories when to turn ShortsState
failed
up. rines and VF-22 was postponed
honors in the tourney.
top
walked off with 15-3
they a In the only other 2nd flight
suffered similar because the latter outfit was un-
a
and 15-5 win over VF-12 and then match played Paul George and Joe NARTU gridders College, Pa. (AFPS)-
FASRonSix able to participate due to operate
recorded a win over the VA-15 enlisted Stockton won from Ed Sullivan setback as a battling There are several firsts for the
sched ales
men. and Steve Furing with a tally of squad gave them teams a scare scored with ing A breakdown of individual scor- Penn State football team this fall.
Both a
13.13 tie.
a VF-13 dropped the first game of 2-up and 1. a pair of TD's and NARTU led the ing records finds Clauss of Photo Rip Engle, in his first year as
their match with O&Q with a 7-15 A single match was played in contest until the final moments Lab first' with 6 TD's to his credit head coach, is installing the pla-
tally but came back strong to the 1st flight and Larry Platt extra garnered by and four other griddera tied for toon system, and the team operates .
with an point
the remaining 15-0 Bob Ellis to de- the
sweep games teamed up with down had second with five tallies each. Those from the winged-T for
virtue of & first they
and 15-11.>> feat Dave Henderson and Bill made. with five touchdowns are Ricken- first time in its 64 year grid his.
Shaping up to be a battle between Rusk 2-up and 1. bach of NARTU Cooper of VA- tory.
FASRon, with the clock runningout ;
FASRon 6, who has yet to There were no matches in the
15 and :McKenna and Moran of
their ,
ball In
and the posses-
lose a game and NARTU whose championship flight and this abandoned the idea of another FASRon 6.Tomorrow's. New Orleans (AFPS)-Motion
only loss of the season was to the week's play will pretty well de- sion concentrated on.mak- game between FAS- pictures of the last six Sugar
and ,
league-leading FASRon Six the cide who will be crowned cham- tally Bowl will be sent to Korea
first down. Just before the Ron 6 end Hospital should be the games
ing a
tournament is now going into the pions in the various flights. before the troops.
gun went off they executed a neat highlight of this week's compe- for showings
sixth week of play.
Topping the scheduled games for win for NARTU will throw them forward pass and the final score tition although as was demonstrated They are being Mid-Winter provided by SportsAssociation. the .'

this week is the NARTUFASRontilt into a tie for first place while if was deblocked. last week anything can New Orleans
which is slated for today at FASRon triumphs it will put them' Hospital's: win over VA-15 happen and generally does when .
1130 in the former's hangar. A well out in frunt of the pack. locked up second place in the tour- these touch footballers kick off -x2 -





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CLASSIFIED BULLETIN $365 To Five Employees I




FOR KENT For Beneficial SuggestionsBeneficial
Furn. rm. in private home. 450i

College St., Mrs. Newman, Ph S Ms. ..ti

86634. i 1 suggestions I ;:
2 bdrm. fum. apt. & garage. 20i difficulty in making the transition
awards
totaling $365were
Walnut St., Neptune Beach, Mr to jet from conventional .
Harrison, 3-4811 or 7-8259. 9 awarded to five INS employees fighters in the time alloted in the .
last week, with two syllabus A definite need for a
3 furn. 4342
rm. apt., Appletoi i
visual training device was soon
of department
Ave. Mrs. Graham, Ph. 21029. employees Operations
sighted. This is where Theep and
Furn 3 rm apt. Call Wilhelm, dividing $200 and Bruce came to the rescue
Orange Park, 2032.: I three workers of Public l i Aid To Pilots

4 rm. unfurn. apt., 2700 W Lakeshore Works gaining a total of I The two link trainer instruc-

Blvd. Mrs. McGowan, $16!). tors procured an old ANT 18
Ph. 2-4291. crab, a teletorque with attached
Two link trainer instructors, slip rings, and aircraft recogni-
Single and double rms., 144'
Francis Theep and Hugh Bruce,
Avondale Ave. Mrs. Lee. I tion medal, a simulated loop "
i unit '
attached to Ground Training
antenna and a length of wire.
Schultz, Ph. 25930. mm __ no m ..m..m m___.__." _" ..... of Operations, came up with a With this varied assortment of
9 rm. unfurn. house, 1307 Murray Three divisions of the Public Works department were represented i new method of meeting the problem I equipment they produced a vis-
Drive. Mr. Whittington, Ph. 6. when Beneficial Suggestion award checks were presented| of teaching radio direction 'ual training aid that has been
7786. by Lcdr. Edward Foster, assistant Public Works officer. Left to 1 I finding to Navy fighter pilots at i highly successful in lessening the J "

Unfurn. apt. 4342 San Juan Lakeshores right are Thomas R. Williams, Lcdr. Foster, James II. Gwymes INAS, time previously required to give
Stephens. I and Herbert Masters. The three PW employees shared $165 be I I Pilots here were encountering I pilots "the word" un radio direction -
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;3) rm. bung. furn., Mrs. Hunter,, tween them for their suggestions I'' finding. Theep and Bruce
Ph. Ext. 446. --- were awarded $100 checks apiecefor

3 rm. furn cottage Ext. 8178 God. I their efforts.
win or 3-806 B Dewey Park. Save Time, Money
II Awards totaling $165 were
presented
5 rm. unfurn apt., 621 May St. SUPPLYIDEI.IGHTS I to three Public Works employees -

Mrs. Ctamer. I for their beneficial suggestions

4 rm. furn. cottage, apply Mrs.. ( The highest check for .

Guy Morris, 8435 New York I'I'e I $125 went to James H. Gymes ,. ..
Avenue. for a suggestion concerning reflective -
which 'I
Team No. 4, "Screening,
Furn. rm, 4247 Appleton!<< Ave.,, McLe- I, glass beads used on air-
Masters
; includes ,, Knight r
Mrs. Boswell, Ph. 2-035ij. I craft runways.
and McLean, was organized
more
Widow would like to share home' last Wednesday night and is the i'-4r1. Herbert Masters of the Fire
with couple, 4618 Wheeler Ave.,, Supply kegler's newest team. division received $25 for his de-
I ,34 a xwt. vice for stopping water from a
Mrs. Dorman, Ph. 23808. I Watch this team climb to the top! ,
2 rm. furn. apt., 2654 Myra .St.,, Henry Behrens rolled highest Individual i discharged sprinkler head and
Riverside, Mrs. Cain, Ph. 7- 1! game with a score of 189. $15 was awarded to Thomas
Williams for correcting defectivehood
6643. |I Electronics team is still leading, ,
5 rm. furn. apt., 2636 Myra St. having won 10 and lost 5. latches on Ford vehicles.TOPIC .0#
Mrs. Cowart Ph. 7-8516. I How not to entertain snakes I -x- p.

2 rm. apt. furn., Ph. 2521 Orange i from surrounding woodlands, can
Park. Apply at the Iron Kettle, well be told by Dolls Ellis. On
Mrs. Arslin. !I the most recent week-end visit to .. ---- ----
Furn. house in Lakeshore for i their camp the Ellis' entered their Improvement in the method of instruction to flight personnel
Navy couple 4620 BerkenheadRoad. cottage for a quiet and restful eve brought substantial Beneficial Suggestion cash awards to two Operations -'i
Mrs. Rhodes. II ning. As usual the windows had department employees. Comdr George Chalmers, Operations -W-
Rrn. and adjoining bath, 281 to be opened. So Doris easily officer, right, presents checks to Francis Theep and Hugh
Forbes St. Miss Hagedorn, Ph. raised a window, only to see Instantly Bruce for their efforts.
chicken snake roll u._____. _.. __ .------
23043. a large O O
FOR SALK: I off the windowsill and land at her j
1 4 rm. cottage unfurn. Air Base I feet, then disappear under the bed. i IN THE HUDDLE
Trailer Court Office. F. L. So Jay quickly! moved the taxi,
Baker. I only to find the make hiding: Editor's Note: Deke Houlgate, widely known sports auth-
Trade equity in 2 bdrm. house for somewhere 1'1!>64". After\ moving ority and columnist, has offered his column to AFPS for dis- '
three rm. house trailer, Chief furniture round and about, the tribution to Armed Forces newspapers throughout the United % .

Avery Ph. Ext. 498. "Snake was finally found and ex- States and at overseas installations.
MISCELLANEOUSWanted I |relied to the Murnximllng woods.. By IIKKK: : HOULGATE I. .
ride from San Mateo Rd., "Jay, let's gel all those rren.* One of the top defensive marks of all time was that recently : Listed below ate the traffic violations :
St. Nicholas Park to NAS Jax. In tight and the cracks around chalked up by Southwestern University at the expense of Southwest committed aboard this'
Hrs 0730 to 1600. Ph. 9-6162 or the doom Kto|>|Hxl up," says I Texas. The Pirates, in a 28-7 victory, held their opponents to i station for the period October 24
Ext. 405. Miss Sally Taylor. I DoriiMost no first downs, no yards passing and only 17 yards rushing. Bob Ito October 30, ll>50.
Riders wanted from 5 Points all of us remember Ellen I Bronzan, San Jose's new coach, has introduced the kickoff huddle. I Sllf't'llinrc| In Naval Housing- Area:
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((Riverside)) 0625 and return. E. Griffis, who was elected Supply i In the :Michigan Stat .Ore- I for title of wittiest coach. "Alli i Lt. A. 1 K. Robinson and C. F. Sh t'.
L. Radnck, Ext. 525, home, 7- Beauty Queen of 1948 and who for I II gon State game, Everett "Son i i right" he told a loafing athlete, I ley.
6880. 'I a long time has been Mrs. JohnJ. I ny" Grandelus of the Spar- 1 I "if you want to kill time let'swork : I I Sufttdinir J. C, Davis, AF3;
Wanted job as baby sitter Jeanette Borje, (Chief Borje of Inspection : tans carried the ball JZ1 times it to death," and "Yep, and J. J. Coffey.llMMe -
Stewart, 1147 B AlleghenySt. are now the proud parents of I II from scrimmage and rolled for we're mighty tough when the N Drhiiig: Ens. R. H,
NAS. 1 I a baby girl, Barbara Christine, I 184 yards, eight more than all other team gets" down around our Spradlin.
Lost-Female, brown and white born 22 October.Keoent I I of the Oregon State backs alumni line. Illegal Parking lot Offence: J.
springer spaniel puppy in hospital I wedding bells rang loud made. Just before the Missouri IS. Kerebee. AK1; C. J. Howard. W,

area. If found call Sc'herg- for Robert it'v AK3, ( Fleet I I No less than nine Bradley game, which Clemson won 34- Pass, AD2; D. Amuthastegul, .
Service I former Helen 0, Howard quoted a local far ADC T. p, 1
mann, ext. 296 or 371. Braves-six ends and three halfbacks I AMC; H. W. Hammer : .
----.x-- Weldon of Jacksonville, In the receivingend mer as saying, "('hat there Johnson, EDC; S/Sgt. W. R.Brlggs. ,
Kolkston, Georgia, October 8. I I were on Fa-rott (Don Faurot, Missouri's .
Attention Football Faun: Reserved of completed Peoria forward team routed passes great coach) is a mighty goodman I :Minor : 'nllReii: Cpl. C. S.

TheatreGuide tickets to HM New Y MDay -'. Adams when the State of Colorado, 38-0. lie's so good he can take I Adeot-k; and R. C. HelvenMon.
(later Bevel ganware still I his'n and beat your'n or he can I Multiple Offence: J. Sage ant
available!. )'rI4'_ are $6.20 In .Did somebody say something take your'n and beat hip n. R. S. Bellew.'
of ends?
the west and Mint stands, aril about a sweet pair I Little Bill Cross, the 150 pound Failed to Stop for Stop Signl
and Bernard)
$8.65; In the tooth cud| TOW, (Leo) Sugar ( 'Canadian Comet full at Canyon I Comdr. E. J. Peltier.

p" Thursday, November! 2'Biff where several thousand seats' art Flowers are playing on the wingsat I College is playing sensationalball. I --- --- --.-' -- -
Purdue Southern Illinois, bet-
Timber" Roddy McDowell still available. The last time we looked he
Friday, November S Thought For Tlie Week. Responsibility ter known as Carbondale is tennis with was lugging a 17.7 yard average,, i Potts Named -
Holy Year 1950 ..Documentary I walks hand in hand out a wrestling coach education a Zeke Martin of North Texas
I Saturday, NovMiilxr 4 with capacity and power. : coach and a physical State is out after a few passing I (Continued from Page 1)
bad
'The Lawless". McDonald Carry J. G. Holland. instructor. But it is not vacancieswere as as titles. Against East Texas he by virtue of their employmentare
The above
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Sunday, >o vfiiilx>r 5 ------ --- seems. Russell I passed for 237 yards. members of the Association.
all left when
"Mr. Music" Bing Crosby The Department of Commerce open for -x- Members of the Bard includa
Monday, :November 6 estimates that $404 million was Bush was notified to report William D. Potts and }Francis R.
: Undercover GiI)" Alexis Smith paid out in tips by the American active duty in the Air Force. Fleet Air Jax Gardner of the Supply and Fiscal

.:} Tin'Hday, :November 7 public during 1949. Frank Howard is giving Yale'scoach (Continued from Page 1) Department; Janie N. Cal.
"Tripoli" Maurine: O'Hara Herman Hickman a run 1950. houn and Milwee Gantt of Ad.

Various units of Fleet Air Jax ministration for the General
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p have participated in a number of Group; Frank M. Ironmonger and ., "
I I fleet activities and the squadrons Sammie A. Whittington of the .
I under Commander Fleet Air Public Works Department: and
Jacksonville have achieved a Thomas P. Roberts, Albert I.
i commendable status of efficiency Spencer and Joseph A, McSwain

Y I while operating at Jacksonville Jr., of the Overhaul. and Repair "

Naval Air Station. Department.
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scribed as a chap who borrows! fun is?
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usually smarter than he who offers "Please don't stand up while the
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Oil, HOY! LOOKA IIKUE: :!-"Jeepers, momma, how about this?" exclaims little four year old
n OtHieUs Campbell, son of Alva Campbell AC1, of Green Cove Springs, during a visit to the Toy ..
cafeteria M rs. Campbell eyes or
the Navy Exchange
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Und section set Ult in the room adjacent
( suit the fancy of almost. any .
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