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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1950
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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 41 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 21 December 1950

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air .Jacksonville._ -' -Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wins 11



::". Fi: $18 Million Sought




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Four Projects Included In



Defense Department Plans

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;ay ,
k I Some $18,000,000 is being sought for the construction of

Naval projects in the Jacksonville area, it was revealed in

I Washington last week as the House ,Appropriation Committee

; '.". made its urgent plea for appropriation for the nation's
'
I defense'program.

\ The plans were originally to
-. I.have been brought before Con A total of $3,758,000 has been
asked for additional aviation facilities -
gress in closed session, but the
appropriations committee will report in Jacksonville and $3175-
i. to the House in the next few i 000 more for the Naval fuel terminal -
'. days, It was pointed out, and storage facility,, acquisition -
I' and of residual
.. | The House Armed Services committee expansion
....,. started hearings'last week gasoline and jet fuel bulk stor-
'. to authorize the appropriation bill I age of 550,000 barrels.Appropriations .
which Includes the Jacksonville I of $8,431,000
have been asked for developmentof
,
; Naval projects.
." .I a master jet air base at Naval
.. Auxiliary Air Station Cecil
I Show Helps Bring Field Some $3.035,000 is also being
.. SIXTH NO CHIEF VISITS-Rear Adm. Robert W. Hayler, right, Sixth Naval District comman- earmarked for additional a\i-
., dint was greeted upon his arrival last Friday, at NAS, while arriving; to inspect Jacksonville's Naval Mothers To Visit ation facilities at Majpoit
t. Reserve Training Center. Left to right are, Lcdr. Joseph Rastatter, Instructor Naval Reserve, Jack I Two other Florida projects were
bonville; Lt. (j?) Orville Smu'.len' oftcer-tn-charg-e of USS Haddock, training sub of Naval Reserve; Wounded Sons : included in the House Appropriations

Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS commanding officer' and Admiral Hayler. _._ __, I this I will be a defense spending program,
Christmas year including $990,000 for additional
joyful occasion to the mothers aviation facilities at Key West

f' Children Set To Frolic Air News Takes I of three at Korean the Naval casualties Hospital hospitalized and $7,950,000 at.-Pensacola

here, thanks to the Don McNcill
... 2-Week HolidayThis Breakfast Club Radio show, Blue Cross Plan
which arranged the trips. The
Big Part Friday' is the last issue of mothers will arrive here Satur
Ac.! the Jax Air News for 1950. day and Sunday to spend Christ- Family Policies
y Publication of the Decem- mas Day with their bojs :
year the annual station Children Party seems to bring Traveling the farthest will
;' more joy than ever, and this year's big affair slated for Frldaya.fter-j ber 28 and January 4 issues be Mrs. Thelma Lutey and Rates Increased I
i.;, noon at Mason Field show all indications of being the > has been suspendeddue : daughter Eleanor of Battle
!. I hoh- She will arrive rates will be increased -
:;;.; all to the existing I Creek, Michigan. Elue Cross
Some 1,600 youngsters, including which gets underway at 1300 and da>s. Sunday morning and go directly on family policies be-
I children of Navy personne I ends at 1600. The holiday period allots to the Naval Hospital for' a ginning with the payment due

; and children from orphanages am This J ear's Christmas treat will' members of the Jax happy reunion with. 20yearoldPfc January 15, it was reported -
homes of underprivileged, will Richard Lute)' on
(' gather for the annual big treat I feature a novel The experience entire in hoi-, Air News to take a wen de- :Mrs. Elsie Fox: will arrive this week by officials of

: directed idly parties.by Capt. Charles program A. Ditt- served lea e. Publicationwill from Xenia, Ohio, to be with her the Blue Cross organization.
Pfc. Dean Kenneth Fox, 24,
senior has been \ resumed son, At this time it was reported thata
ChristmasServices : mar, chaplain Thursday,
Special also of the U. S. Army. Mrs
: of the Blue Cross
made
I idea that
based on the original survey
11. ,
January
Loretta Crawford, of Blue Jay
Increase
I that a sharp
revealed
lather Plan
"like to do
children things"
Planned than watch others perform. To all our readers we extend :- W. Va., will come in by bus to be In hospital cases resulted
Held Outdoor a very Merry Christmas I, with Pfc. Galan Ray Craw- from family groups. After considerable
ford, 20, of the U, S, Army
The party for the.first time will and good fortune and the study and consultation
While visiting the boys,
At Local ChapelsKeeping be held outdoors. In event of bad the with the State Insurance Commission
happiness throughout at tourist
mothers will stay a
weather, however, It will be Naval Air Stat- I It was determined that an
New Year. camp near the of 40 cents on the Blue
moved indoors to the Malnsideauditoiium increase
in traditional .
-
ion.
it of the solemn observance spir of Plenty of, activity Is outlined --== =_':' = .. _.._....u._.______ I the Cross steadily plan was increasing necessary cost to meet paid

Christmas chapels at NAS in the piogiam. The; kiddies will' for hospital cases
} '. Jax will conduct special holi have the pleasure of decoratingone The Family Blue Shield and
: day services. of two big: trees which will I the single Blue Crosn and Klue
be the center of interest. Other {shield rates will remain the
services planned
Ir Midnight are I I however, the rates for allpolicies
samp.
youngsters will dance and sing
for both Catholics and Protestants
<<: y under Blue Cross and
mass at StEdward's I carols. A continuous puppet show, I .
',. : At the midnight Blue ShlelllI"r.. Increased for
by Mrs, Robert Austin
operated
cantata, yyr
fP- a Misia sung I'
a Direct ray
will be and children can persons pacing on
presented
.
by Father John J, Burns, Catho not
;F thitt means a person
have their portraits drawn byJerry 9R t basis; -
+ lic chaplain, will be preceded bj & Shield!
*( In nine Cros"-Ilii<
Shaw Jacksonville cartoonist i a
.. a program of carols and music by
ttAikcri Group.
, i the St. Edward's choir-while the( Attraction $ I Employees of the station will
_ ,..i.,' midnight services at All-Saints' Many effected by this particular
. ... features the cantata: "The Dawn Five saddle ponies will alto be not be unless they are separated

of Christmas", sung by the All- (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) from change the station and accept employment

I !to: fcalnU' choir. at another activity:
, :- The, St. Edward! sanctuary where there is no Blue Cross
r: boys will march ,in procession to Blue Barron Plays 'Plan, Under these circumstances

tile:: chapel ,iroine<\jately before I ?$;R should they desire to keep theiL'prolectlon
'SilentNfffhU
midnight hats singing For EM Tonight it would be necessaryhat
down th
( And then proceed I pay the increased Dire :t
t" aisle-otttite l&be, t t>f..the chapel to I "Music of Yesterday and Today rates they
I hke ''t j>"the sanctuary. ," styled by Blue Barron and Pay of the station's
'\'to be sung his orchestra will be provided for I AH employees Shield Group
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by .st.: r, directed personnel at the enlisted men': 1 Blue ha\e been Cross-Blue furnished with a copy ,
by ,E ""The Mass dance a* the Mamsido Auditorium v4. I of letter entitled, MA, Message
of .7' ,,1'he proper Dancing begins' at 2000. lof Importance a. which explains the, '
ot .th orlan chant Barron, who played for dancingfor I increased rates.
last night, brings with,, reasons for the
will ct group ot oficers( : y
two
received cndorscments
men him his entire ensemble, mclu SPIRIT I'REVAiLS-here is a scene that Is being duplicated :1 They have also
: M Ih rrt'ownt'--' 1ing j vocalists Bobby Beers Betty many times throughout the station as the Christmas holidays ap which in effect makes
r 11:: M "'.'Sh.tii",('!:darkey s Helen'( Lowe, Mert Curtis, proach. Neatly decorated trees such as the one that Dick Schroeder the increases legal insofar as the
1 l is trimming'at the Main: administration building, I Insurance Commission of the StateIf
ot the 'er Attn. t'.Jim& and "The Three ,'AN appearin
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 21 December 1950
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Jax Air News Report From Washington



Station Published, Jacksonville every 'Thursday Fla.NAS for Navy activities at Naval Air Navy, Air Force Modify Recruiting Rule


Jacksonville .
Capt. Douglas T. Day__ Commanding Officer Army Plans 6-Week Course In Polygraphy
Comdr. Porter F Bedell. Executive Officer.
Fleet Air Jacksomillt By Armed Torres Press Sf'n'I'e fer from its present station at' the Presidio of j
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery ... Commander Uoth the Navy and Air Force have modi- San Francisco to England early next year, will '
Capt. Allen Smith. _..--. Chief of Staff fled recruiting standards to permit enlistment be replaced with another AAA battalion, not
Fleet Air Wing Eleven. of persons with dependents The Navy will ac- .yet designated. .
Capt. George C. Montgomery ..,,?. Commander cept candidates in pay grades E-l, E-2, and E-3 .
Comdr. Charles Robertson. _____. Chief Staff Officer (Seaman recruit, seaman apprentice, and sea- All Navy ships and stations will receive
Naval Hospital man) who have not more than one dependent. copies of the Naval Reservist, monthly periodical !-
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton..._..._ Commanding Officer The Air Force will accept applicants with devoted to Reserve news. The Navy believes -
Capt. Guy E. Stahr -, ..__.. __Executive Officer dependents if they are eligible for enlistmentin the' magazine's contents will continueto
NARTU Grade E-4 (sergeant) or higher. Male applicants be of interest to Reserves .on active duty -
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer may enlist directly from civilian life as M

Comdr. Laurence Ruch......_._..._....______.._.___.Executive Officer privates and corporals if they have no -more No plans are presently under consideration
than two dependents, for the recall of retired personnel because of A+. ;
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration the Korean operation, the Army recently an- .
building. Phone extension 8184. Classes In the Navy's Class "A" Metal- nounced. '
Editor-Andrew H. FUrcy smith's School at the San Diego, Calif., Naval \
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JO3 Base, will convene every two weeks!, b'glnnlngwith : A new Army training film entitled! "The ?
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station the January 2, 1951, session.; For each Aggressor Force" is available from Signal
and commercially with appropriated funds
at Jacksonville no expense Florida to the government printed and In compliance with NAVEXSP-35. Rev, class there are billets for 25 recruits and five Corps libraries in Army areas, and authorizedfor
Nov... 1915. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the non-rated,members of flee personnel. all non-profit showings It is a realistic portrayal -
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, and of tactics used by both "Aggressive" and

the heSr: \\JI\ NEWS Is a merrroer of the Armed Foirei Press ServIce. Reproduction The J\ml"ill train 25 polygraph (lie detector "Defender" forces.
of material from these source must bear a credit line. Republicatlcn ) technicians In a six-weeks course be- *
of other matter, exeept bv service publications It prohibited without permissionof ginning January 8, 1951, at the Leonard E. The Defense Department has asked the I
Editor JAX AIR NiAVS Keeler Institute at Chicago. The course is part American Red Cross todouble its blood collec-
To All of the Provost Marshal General's program of tions during December to provide increased
Greetings advanced specialist training for selected crimi- quantities of blood for processing Into plafcma
Investigators. Warrant officers and Master for military use. -
Local Officials Send Yule Sergeants accredited by the Provost Marshal I
General as criminal investigators may submit The Army now' will accept civilian members _
applications for attendance Into its Military Amateur Radio System
Greetings To All Personnel (MARS.) Formerly, members were required to
The Arm)"'. 60th Anti-Aircraft Artillery maintain Reserve status, or other military at- ,

llijrh ranking officials at Naval Air Station Jackson- Automatic; Weapons Battalion, slated for trans- filiation.

"me have forwarded the following Christmas messages to

military and civilian personnel at NAS. tlleeA-encl Wij41
,

It is with great pleasure that I wish the personnel and em- ,
ployees of this Air Station and their families a joyous Christmasand
a happy New Year. May the coming holiday season bring us a/H' ('Notei
tllin'l7
nearer the realization of "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men."
Capt. Douglas T. Day, '
Commanding Officer NAS, Jacksonville.
.
I wish to take this opportunity to extend to all hands the liIACQ3'U Thursday, December 21
season's greetings and best wishes for a happy holiday Santa Claus Party -Trim tree,
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery fill the stockings, hang the mistletoe -
Commander, Fleet Air Sax VF-741 extends congratulations limited operations all pilots are requested .
to Richard P. Martin, ADE3 and to call operations 2 days Saturday, December! 23
It Is with sincere pleasure that I take this opportunity to convey James J. Panipinto, ANS3 on their I prior to reporting to NARTU for 2030-2330, Christmas Formal
my best wishes for a very :Merry Christmas and a Happy recent advancement in rate. At any flight time between now and dance, music by Raymond Gage,
New Year to the personnel of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, and all personnel this time we also want to welcome January. 1st and to make arrangements Band.
at Naval Air Station Jacksonville. n new member to our Squadron, to fly between the hours of Dere-mber 24 .
Sunday,
Capt. George C. Montgomery, Ben famine C. Wewer, SR. 0800 and 1200. For detailed in-
Breakfast 1700 Carol
1000 ,
Commander, Fleet Air Wing 11. In the past month we have lost I I structions as to the Holiday rou- ;
dramatic presentation; 1800
ting,
another man to the regulars. Good tine, read training department leave vlub.Monday .
In the presence of Intensified danger to our great heritage In luck to Charles H. Saucer, SR, in memo 50-4. VF-741 wants to take parties
this land of freedom and opportunity, I extend to the armed serv- his choice of a Regular Navy I, this opportunity to wish all station li Derrtnlier 2.%
ices and civilian personnel my sincere appreciation of their faith- career. Other changes. in squadron''personnel a Merry Christmas anda Open house=1800, supper.
ful support, warmest regards and greetings of the season. personnel that have taken placein \\ednewlay, December 27
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, the past few weeks are, first: '2000, Midweek party- Candle
Commanding Officer, Naval Hospital. the change in rate of Guy A. Gifford a doubt, one light club, DO minutes. of music and
BMG3' to ABU3, and withLt birth.. .
of the most enjoyable phases of
I wish to extend to the officers, enlisted men, civilian em- (jg) Alfred M. Howard leavingus ground school is the navigation Trklay, December 29
ployees and thir families of NARTU Jax and all other activitiesat going back Into active duty. Lt class. This seem unbelievable 200, the Jack Dew show with .
NAS Jacksonville, sincere good wishes for a Merry John M. Smith has taken may
my very (jg) 'to most people, but to back this Jack Dew and his entertainers.
Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year over (with vigor) as flight officer. btateraent up, we offer the proof saturday December SOY'ar'
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp, May we all at this time vow to I with Lcdr. Walter Speir. I end dance and carnival
Commanding Officer, NARTU Jax. make Lt. (jg) Smith's job a little I :2030-2400) Music by James Geiger
easier by being prompt at muster It is no exageratlon to say that and his 12-piece orchestra.
Sincere Christmas greetings to all Navy and civilian personnel and in following the flight sche- Lcdr R. Speir could easily turna ,Sunday, December'
at Naval Air Station Jacksonville! The merriest of all Christmases dule to the letter., I wake into a hilarious show if 100, breakfast! 1700, Southern
for you and yours is our wish. May you enjoy the utmost given the chance A "well done"to Bell Singers, fun and entertain
in happiness and prosperity throughout the coming New l.ow''loJblllty limited VF-741 to you in your method of Instruc- ment.
Year' local tactics and bombing operations tion, professor.We Monday, December 1
Staff, Jax Air News. over this past drill. Gunnerywas know who will be towing on Open house, 1800, supper.
-- the scheduled activity but ole the next three gunnery hops. It -
--'Tlleal..; man weather changed that. :Most will be Lt. (jg) Ralph Fielding. higher scorers are Lt. George
SpecialContinued I pilots were in the air to log an Excellent results were obtained on I[ Schanback, Lt. (jg) John Richardson *
average of 5.2 hours this past drill. the gunnery flights this month Skipper, Lcdr. Rd Fischer,
'! ( from Page 1) I I Due to Christmas leaves and Some of our most consistent' and Lt. (Jg) Walter' Maddox ..
.
Guide erica in Washington, D. C., will .
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he present in the Sanctuary during
Thursday, December 21
the midnight mass and will I
"Boarder Outlaw" .. Spade Cooley
I preach the sermon 'Christmas
r Friday, December 2J 1941-Chrlstmas 1950".

"Double Crossbones"* .............. ..... Chaplain Dittmar's topic at theAllSaints'
.... .. ... ... ,. Donald O'Connor I
midnight service will

I Sattirdaj, December 23 be "A Star and a Song"

"Holiday Inn" ............ Bing Crosby I On Christmas Day, services,
" Sunday, December 21 I conducted by Chaplain Dittmar,

"Annie Get Your ........ will be held at 1045 at All-Saints' I
;' ... ..... ..... .....Gun"Betty Hutton chapel while mass will be con- 1 r4
I ducted at 0830 and 1030 at st. Ed- s&4
X Monda December 25
: 3', ward's and at 0645 at Naval Hospital -
t "Fancy PAnts" ........ Betty Hutton Father Bflrns will conduct
Toes. and Wed, ))f'('.. 26-27 I the high mass at 0830 and Monsignor ..-

.it. "American' Guerillas In the Philip- Sheehy will handle the J t .'

pines"........... ...... Tyrone Power I l'030 mass. I
1. I Traditional AtmosphereThe
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traditional Christmas crib tk;
;' Children 1 will be situated in front of the I

altar of St. Joseph in St. Edward's '' y... wyX'yo.y w
, (Continued from Page 1) I chapel, showing the shepherds and
\ wise men bringing their gifts to
;. on hand, provided by Frank DaVis -
A assembled the Christ! child. Christmas trees .
Yukon.
of zoo, I .,
by Wayne Scott of Orange Park, will surround the crib, while the III IIIK IIIt u t
featuring: small animals' will be ; main altar will be decorated with ,- .

viewed by the party gatherers. I flowers.
f
There will also be Santa's workshop -! Both the tabernacle cover and
:':":'0- where toys will be built to the antependium' will be of gold, ,
Il order by three willing helpers, I, in honor of the royal birth of the
Ralph Llentz, AMI: Teeder' Messiah. The six high candles will TJ,4
*' French, ADS, and Charles Dam- be lighted on the main altar, and : ./
BU2 I will stand out against the gold
eron
The highlight of the day wljl be leaf wall of the sanctuary. A
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Santa's arrival. Santa will be I'I golden cruet stand holding the v. ,
bearing wrapped gifts for each wine and water for the sacrifice L r_ _
F,. and every child at the party. of the mass will be used for the -- ...":Jit- : .--' ........ '-

' Plenty of refreshments are also I I occasion.Edward's chapel The side will walls be decorated of St. SANTA'S HELPERS-Christmas Tree duly la SanU'i workshop puts the? 's'di-'

k' In the offing. affair will with wreaths beneath each station vision into full production..Animal cutouts with flashy color*'1111 delight eh a big
with the t'' "
tw Assisting members of Boy .Scout Troop of' the cross, connected with Children's Christmas-par f 17. ,Friday..Left- .' to right are, Jamcf Reuse. ,. SAf. gmd

r 1131. I I streamers of holly Kelly. Smith' AM2..., ,.., ..... r t *
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CLASSIFIED Cornprisings G21 I 1

BULLETIN From GompRon +



FOR KENT Personnel inspection, an activity --Carpenter, of Eaton Rapids, ;1

2 i'm, apt. furn., 436 Oak St., Mi ,,' which inspires Navy Mich, has been in the Navy 10
'; Canova. men to break out with "spit years. During World War II he ':

>" .v. Furn. apts. in Riverside' 2111: :: and polish" to its highest de- served In the Pacific aboard the I
." ti Ernest St James Miller. Ph. :1 : carrier USS Essex, which won a.
7-5878. gree, was conducted I last Presidential Unit citation. Her

t boclrni., unfurn. $75 per mo., 521S3! ,: week by Lcdr. Thomas II. personnel were cited for "extraor- 1
.. Freemont Ave., Lakeshore. \V. : Stetson, executive officer of dinary heroism in action against
0 Stmth,. :rho. 2-1344. IA' Composite Squadron 62. enemy Japanese forces in the air,
I Turn apts. and alf conveniences, IS I r' the task ashore and afloat" during the
Lcdr.; Stetson took over
Points, 720 Lomax St. Renee< : '" .' ,, ;. usually handled by Comdr. Leroy years 1943-1945. .

Hiatt. W. Keith, the outfit's skipper, be- !
2 bedrm. H block from beach] ,
w apt. cause of the latter's absence. Assisting A resident of Jackson, Kentucky
NAS Oceana and NAS
near the inspecting officer were Gabbard has nearly three
Norfolk Va. Lt. E. S. Wise UP:
Dalton who will're I
Lcdr. Roy B. of previous naval service. -
... 861 ext. 8170. years I
., lieve Lcdr. Stetson as executive Hooper, a resident of Norfolk, Va., '4
3 hedrm. house unfurn, 4526 officer next month, and Lt. John and Hall, of Branford Fla, have
Blbunt Ph 8-2039.Ave. W. Gannot, ADI, T. Crosby, squadron administrative I almost six and five years of prior }
,
officer naval service, respectively. Walker -
2 rm. apt., 2326 Park St, Mr. with the best traditions ;
In keeping lives in GUlfpol't, :Miss, and I''
Shepherd Ph, 7-6516. of the Naval service, officers has been in the Navy seven and ;
2'4 bedrm. house,. Avondale 3660( and enlisted men met the one-half 4
Boone Park Ave., Lt. Shuf. Ph.! with fly- years. '
,. inspection requirements 'i
Jackson Is but 20 miles from
8-9104 or ext. 591.
much to the satisfac-
Fum. rm., 4508 College St. Mrs, ing colors the blue grass country of Lexington -
of the party
tion inspecting
Newman, Ph. 8-6634. *' where the Kentucky Derby is
% 3338 held each year. Even though the ,i
N Fuin. rm. near Edgewood, I
Randall St., Mrs. Hertzmai. Ph, ReenJistments recently area Is characterized as the "land
.
9192. have held the spotlight in the of beautiful race horses," Gabbard

Single &, double rms., 1628 Cha- squadron.Latest I found that mechanized power rather
kit Ave. Mrs. Somers, Pl] to "ship over" were'Bruno I than the stamina of the four-. I
-| A 2-5008. E. Robak and Calvin C Horn- legged beasts was the only solution
2 furn. rnn and baths, 2312 College back, the former an AFAN and to his problem of returning
St., 'Mrs. Clark, Ph. 7-624 the later an ATAN. Both signed to the squadron on time..
Single & double rms. furn., 1U7 shipping articles for a six-year A Jeep, that all-powerful ma..
.. Avondale Ave., Mrs. Shultz, PI hitch. chin? born of the war, carried him .
2-5930. Robak, who halls from Depew, through 180 miles of snow-covered
Share home in Murray Hill section < N Y., has served slightly more terrain to enable him to board a

Mrs. Anna Cuffs, PI than four years Hornback, who bus at Louisville .
2-8819. resides in Kansas City, Kan, has I II .
MIMcELLANEOus: I completed over four years of m11l- J Since 1 this column will be the '
Riders wanted to Boston and vvlnity. r. i tary service, including nearly one : last to appear In the Jan: Air -
Leaving: Dec. 22, return and onehalt.yea.rs. in the :News during the current calendar
.\ anytime. Share expenses and year, the officers and
driving, C. Boucher, shop 4U2 I' Others who ArmY'j men of YCMJi take thli opportunity -
O&R.: cently include Dale E. j to extend Christmas
2 riders. wanted from vicinity of AOC Hay S. Gab greeting to personnel of the
'. 19th &: Pearl St. along Main'St. penter, ; I air station and other squadrons
.. Liberty or NAS route, contac bard, YN2; Leslie A. Hooper I at this, base, and join In a ferment -
:Mitchell call 310. I AF3; ; Jesse L. Hall, AK3 ; prayer that the XI'1'f'ar ,
Baby sitter--Cecile Bowen avail Correctly. Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize and Robert E. Walker, AD3. will bring peace to the world.Earl "j
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able anytime, Ph. 7-6441,
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All-Saints Choir VP-3 Scores Again In Air Hews ,1----------. Wilson Says J

To Appear On (EDITOR'S NOTE: Earl Wilson, celebrated Broadway columnlstof
the Nt'w'ork lut, has joined l the staff on Armed homes FrewhenU'e
Television FridayThe Aircraft Identification ContestIt Chronicler of many a. bright quip from the Mar of the' ;j
entertainment world, Mr. Wilson Is donating a weekly column
make
determined to
looks though the members of VP-3 are
male choir of the NAS All as 'I slanted especially for service men.< ) i iI
Saints' Chapel will be heard in i a I the aircraft Identification, contest a family affair as sharp-eyed ex- Song dedicated to a first sergeant: 111 Send You a Kitten, Sarge,

rendition of Nolte's cantata "Thi I per is from the squadrons have won .the last twro contests. I You Could Use A New Puss."
that servicemen love the springtime because -
Dawn of Christmas" Jn a 30-min e ---- Lynne Brenton agrees
ute program over station WMBR Ensign Vincent Dauro became For those who haven't gottenthe that's when the girls bring out their sweaters and the sweaters
the second VP-3 man to annex thf here The dream of some beauties is to make a
TV at 1530 Friday. I correct identification yet bring out the girls.
3.00 credit coupon good on any milhonnalie out of some multi-milhonnaire Groucho Marx: buy-
Num-
A Christmas greeting extended In l\1ainslde Navy Ex are Ensign Dauro's answers I '
purchase said 'Give the one on the bottom
me
At- Ing a frankfurter at a ballgame '
by Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, change as he correctly spotted the ber 1 is the British Brigand, 'j
w# senior chaplain, will precede the. < pictured aircraft in last week's tack-fighter, number 2 was the : -I'm always_for.the underdog _._--- .,

program.The qulzz. British Tempest 5 fighter and the "Sizes'I I Cross entertainment director, .\
third is the Russian TU-2 PUP TENT PETE says,
same program was presented bomber plane I can be deceptive. The seigcant's "What can we do to have fun here t
over radio station WMBF thumb may be small, but sometimes in the daytime 1"Vlth prices 1
Tuesday. i Ladies Auxiliary Today's content. could be apuzzler hey zooming, people are again singing: 'i 1

... The cantata will be presented ii : mainly becauseof the has the f that old song, "I Wonder What's
three parts entitled "The Night Aids The NeedyA 'marked similarity of the aircraft whole pla-| Become of Salary?" Better is j
"' used with those of other I
"The Dawn, and "The New Day :toon under|, what every young girl should
Solos and duets will be rendered covered dish supper sponsored nations.! I It," know a

by Raymond J. Reed, John A. Fox,, by Unit 91, Ladies Auxiliar; For the benefit of those who I Why is it]| .
Richard Fife and Benjamin New I of the Fleet Reserve Association might for the first time be participating i the ? A GI IN England, wondering

Ion. at the Cumberland I in the contest here are who b I' a what "Crematory" meant, enteredone
All-Saints' choir, directed by I Monday evening the rules: (1)--Identify the above they ca and was tossed out for asking. I

Lcdr. John Hirst, Is composed ol Road Community Center was i aircraft as to type, nationality and take it SJ. "Gee," he complained, "all I did
30 male voices. In existence seven attended by many local members; I designation. -(2)Call) the Jax Air leave was ask, "What's cooking' ?" ,
years, it has teen> heard over the I of the Auxiliary and the Fleet' News at extension 216 with your alone Someone has finally explainedwhat

air In Christmas programs every Reserve Association. I answer. ((3)-No) answers will be alwaystaking x an 8-F Is-he's the father of .,
to 1530 of the day
year at this time. Guests present were from I accepted prior it/ two 4-F's An acttes told a
of distribution of the paper.
I Owing to the emergency created Branch 91, Jax; Branch 126, Yu A sailor #> boring admirer, "All sigh I'll
..p .. by the le can war, a rapid kon; Branch 29, Biemeiton,, Personnel ate advised to save and his i=x marry you. Anything to get rid
., change in personnel almost de- Wash.; and Branch 9, San Diego,, I their copies of the Jax Air News their' bride, honeymooning- of you" ,' When the AndrewsSlstel'S
pleted the choir late last' Summer. Calif from week to week to check returned from a tour of .
& Reorganized In mid-November, the answers against the correct ones. in NewYork 1 Army camps, Maxine Andrewsteported
present choir has been In hard rehearsal Those present were generous In. Too, some of the aircraft may be ask- !, .. "The boys all told .us
,," of the Christmas program their gifts for the needy. Then I repeated although at different ed a Red how beautiful we were. Gee, they
for the past three weeks. I were dolls, toys and clothing for photo angles Lynne Brenton i must have been awfully homesick -
._ the children and food for four --- I ." (
-- --- ----- -- ..
.. families, Including turkey for' the [ ;- ;" : AFP 1
Description: "He's as self-con
Christmas dinner.
Personnel ? .,'
Operations distributionfrom ( / s fldent as a Marine from Texas." 1
The committee on
,.' (Copyright, Post-Hall Syndicate):
Treated At Gathering Branch 91 and the Ladies I l" .
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Auxiliary will meet at the home ,' ,
t Personnel of flight division of of Harvey E. 'Miller, Wednesday,, r m. a ",''.,' Marine ReportAfter -
Operations department took time December 20 at 1930. Any one n.
out last Tuesday to frolic at an wishing to add to these Christ. ,5 15 months of duty aboard
.,. Mallhanda"party held at the mss baskets may bring gifts to $ NAS M-Sgt. Lester W. Kuchler .\
,,: Anchorage. 379 Crystal Street not later than ;e 1 m has received orders to report t6

j j. Dancing to the music of Milo Friday. Camp Pendelton, Calif. I'
); :., Jones and his orchestra, plus refreshments --- -y- ---- j The Marine bowlers spurted into
". .+ and entertainment was NARTU's EM CLUB :' v the top spot in the National
'.. the order of the day at the first jI league, winning by a close 'margin
such affair staged by Operations HAS REOPENING\ I rI 5f one point. In the Marine-doml-:

:" personnel in over a year, Enlisted Men's club mted play off, an inspired NARTU I
The popular Marine team won three out of
the committee for the
t Serving on Warriors" of the
of the "Weekend,
'our' to take the station
games
Nell, AMC,
,} party were Wayne Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
chairman: Bill Beard, ADC (AP) : Training Unit re-opened last Sun- I I championship: .
William Lenning, ADl; Wilbert day night after being closed for A Merry Christmas, from the .
Addislon, and Thomas DeMarla, six weeks due to redecorations. Waiines, to all."FrogMen".
Ad ----_ --- ,i
The"spaclous club serves as a f
In
Movie
spot for relaxation for NARTU'"Statlonkeepers"
/ Branch 91, FUJI Meets and members of I Washington, D. C. (AFPS) \
The next regular meeting of the NARTU's Organized Reserve I Twentieth Century Fox recently
1/ Branch 91, Fleet Reserve Associa- squadron on occasions, also bring I "TALKED" DOWN-For the first time In history, a "talk began production of "']irog: :Men,"
tion will be held Tuesday Jan- their wives and dates. down" landing onto the deck of a carrier was accomplished re a full length feature on Under
uary 9, at tbe.DA.V"l ;..t east The redecoration was accomplished I cently. Temporarily blind from face cuts received when his plane Water Demolition Team exploits
'" .DIy "h. by members of, NARTU struck a "booby trap" cable over the Han River, south of Seoul,
under the guidance of the mem: Korea, Ensign Edward D. Jackson, Jr., of Memphis Tenn., was Chicago (AFPS-charged) with
bers of the club's elected board of I guided to the Philippine Sea by radio and riven landing instruc issault, a man told the court, "X
I. directors, tions. The Jet landed slightly to one side but otherwise perfectly, ltdn't hit anybody but my wife."
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Good Neighbor PolicyUruguayan f,

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Officer FinishesTraining '

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Armed Forces Press Service I e F %\ Lt. Omar F. Aguirre, Uruguayan ';
\ t>video, Uruguay and he'l. a graduate -
Shining brightly on the horizonof F 7 +In who has been i'
Navy, of Liceo de Durasno high
the entertainment world if I the
undergoing training in AD- school there. Joining the Uru- ,
name of Joan Riener, a ravishing
young 4s with VA-15 has completedhis guayan Navy in 1932 at the age I

b 1 onde and will returnto of 17, Lt. Aguirre was sent to the ,
training '
Uruguayan Naval Academy and
seen cur r in ently the Uruguay shortly, Lieut. graduated after attending for six I'

Broadwayproduction Aguirre'a departure will com- years instead of the four as at our .

plete his third visit to this military schools. In the same way, .
although his rank of Lt. is equal : :
in status. \
Season in training
country a ,
'
I to our Lt, his corresponding rankin ;Z/
,the Sun. first visit for Lt.. Aguirre, /
I The his Navy is higher for their top ...
Blue-eyed who his been assistant maintenance ,
officer la that of Captain. ", (
Joan left TRAINING-A last minute brief ,
URUGUAYAN COMPLETES officer for VA-15, was in .
her home ing is given Lt. Omar F, Aguirre of the Uruguayan NaVYi right, 1943 when! he was sent to Corpus .'.1
?s in i Cleveland who recently completed a training mission with V Ills informant Christi for eight months flight AITEU THE ACADEMY came "

Ohio, is Lt. Loren Nelson, operations officer of VA-15. instruction in PBYs and OS2Us. flight training from which Lt. j
and appeared -- -- Returning to Uruguay after Aguirre was graduated in 1940. '

i n completing the first training His present commission came in
15 showsbefore : Fasron Six Serves USS Oriskany course, Lt. Aguirre was sent to February 1944, at which time Lt,

her I Fort Worth, Texas, In 1948, as a Aguirre held both the U. S. Naval '
big break Here tester and inspector of planes. A Aviators wings and a flying com-
First
I During Operation mission in his own country
c a m e a ,il year later new duty instructions

Joan Reiner singing I The main of a service squadron is service and : arrived and Lt. Aguirre began Although Lt. Aguirre and his
purpose
pot In' helping ferry some TBMs and country did not participate activelyin
NBC-TV's Broadway Spotlight." : Fasron-6 is no exception. 'I SNJs to Uruguay. the last world war, some of
Then to her Broadway opening. During-the time that -ihe-USS them did 'see' some action. Duringthe
carrier .
enlisted AP making .
Many Servicemen have listenedto Oriskany was operating off the ( only from Cleveland, Ohio, IN JUNE 1950, Lt Aguirre re- early part of the war, two
Joan's voice. Concerning them, mouth of the St. Johns River, I I runs, comes Pensacola his home. turned to Corpus Christi for five British cruisers cornered and sank
calls
fche says: "They're the greatest Fasron-6 was sending three flight !I but now enlisted in the Navy in weeks training in AD-ls. Transferred the German Pocket-Battle Ship
audience in the world. Those boys of two TBMs out each day, The He first training to VA-15 in September, Lt Spee in the Montevideo bay. :Mostof
I received flight
are wondeiful." Furthermore, she purpose of these! flights was t to r! at 1936.Pensacola He in 1939 and won .a I Aguirre recently completed his the people in town including Lt.

tells Armed Forces personnel, supply! the Oriskany with the '!i commission in 1943. In August I training and is anticipating a Aguirre turned out to see the battle -

"Stay in, fellows. You've got a things that were needed for her '45 he reverted to his permanent t Christmas in Uruguay.' I and some stood on the shore'
good career. Take advantage of smooth operation.On AMC. Lt. Aguirr'e's home is in Monte- for a ringside seat.
of
R" I several occasions the firs late
of these dally flights had to be j I He spent about 6 years in patrol -
As for her future Joan "I ,
,
says,
don't want to be a typed actress. to the Oriskany by 0730, at tim i, work with VP 11, 14 'and 63. VF41VF22 ReportScouting ;
The latter, known as the "Mad .
when most are Just starting to'
I'm thinking of going back to television I '
Cat Squadron", engaged in special .
services offered in-
work. The
and, maybe a little later, a I' work
musical comedy production. And eluded the transportation of part anti-submarine during The
the SquadronsEnsign
World War II. He holds
wood.then who knows, possibly Holly for the mall.ship, aircraft, passt'ngersand I DFC, won for flights around the

Bay of Biscaye during the war. -
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'I He has been with Fasron-6 since Vincent Kaptur of handsomest male the
An official letter of attending
appreciationhas ONE OF THESE 0730 flight; in
September 49 and is. at present VF- I1 pulled a sneak on "Old
been get-together. .
the I
presented by Navyto the
instrumental in getting
was of the carpenter shop.
charge I Nick" last Thursday when the squadron's floor
Dick I St. Preceding
Hajmes, movie and radio jet catapaults in. operation Two A note of thanks and 'appreclai ,
ringing star, for his participationin lengths of tubing were needed and tjon for Fasron-6's cooperation, he presented unique and "appropriate" show, during which officers and

aiding recruiting on the "Navy Fasron-6 was up all night getting i along with Air Group 1, during i gifts to fellow pilots men displayed many latent enter-
talents
BUr Time" radio program. : to the carrier. The two here been I II tainment was a hearty
them out has
the Oriskany's stay of VF-41. '
I dinner featuring, as one enthusiastic -
pilots responsible for this and received from the commanding officer
The fact that curvacious, sultry I I similar tasks were Lt. Cedric N, I of the carrier. The message, I II The occasion was a pre-Chrlst- chow hound remarked:
i I 1 held at the Of- "steaks big enough to choke a '
Dorothy Partington is a rising Hansen and James W. Christ, in brief, stated "Our sincere I mas eggnog party '
"
young TV actress! should be a I and all I fleets' Club for pilots of VF-41,, horse.
AMCAP) thanks for help your
.ource of comfort to the men in Lt. Hansen has been with Fas cooperation your in making the Oris their wives and guests. I In addition to their own show -c

eight million American TV families I ron-6 for the last year, during kany's first operation a success Among ,the very unusual gifts the fun-seeking squadron personnel -
For-
the
if not to. the women. which time he has been in charge Your Air Group is tops. The' outstanding that "Santa laus" Kaptur: distributed were entertained by
: rest Inn's regular floor show and
I of operations. He was bom ii services of Fasron-6 have 1 1I was a bright, shiny, red
One hundred wounded veterans Hibbing, Minn. and entered the I been appreciated'. The Mer- ; wagon for Lcdr, Charles C. Ains- I all hands were unanimous In their
.,f Korean fighting were among Aviatior officer of the decision that another such party
Navy under the Naval liest of Xmases" I worth commanding
"he honored guests at the premiere I Cadet Training Program in Aug __ I !squadron so that he could expedite should be held soon.

of "Breakthrough" In New ust, 1942. After completing his, his frequent tours through -- -

York City recently.* training he was commissioned Charleston Navy squadron spaces; l f

April 19, 1944 and, since then has i Lcdr. Samuel B. Hibbard, executive
Jane that if her friend Ir-
says I I been attached to carrier groups ir officer of VFr41 whose
7s'* had been living in the days of both the Atlantic and Pacific Yard Tunnel Hit : hobby is collecting old firearms,
the French Revolution and she:
fleets. He also has attended the was given a realistic Texas "hoss
were being executed, when the I University of Minnesota under pistol", Well pleased with his new ]
gTiillotiito came down her head Gas
,
the executioner; would on have to yell, I bition the Holloway in Naval Plan.Aviation His is big to am be By Explosion acquisition the gift, he to make promised South to Jacksonville utilize SALTY HUMOR FROM J

Timber1" attached to a Jet Squadron. I I Windows a half-mile away safe from any and allprowlers HERE AND THERE"I
shattered when a tunnel
S were
I I in the future. I
the apparently filled with gas 'exploded knew that those dangedblasted -
CHIEF CHRIST, probably In-
dinner
and
I at the Charleston Navy Guests at party scientists would do it if they
last Wednesday.It cluded Lcdr. Ross B. Spencer, "
Yard I kept fooling around, stormed the
World's 1ajiesfManOut officer of VF-42;
was reported by Navy officials commanding old chief.
at the base that "seepageof Miss Nancy Farris, Miss Bette "Wassamatter What have they

of British Army some type of gas" had ap- Evans and Miss Mavis Haire. done?" asked a friend.

parently accumulated in a large Additional news items from "Oh, they've discovered some
Englefield, Green, Eng. (AF1' ) concrete tunnel and.was ignitedby VF-41 report the return of Lt. thing besides liquor to take for a '
'-Here's one way to avoid the a spark or by static elec- Carl B. Tanner from TAD in Nor- cold."

draft; legally; just grow as tall as tricity. A 30-foot section of the folk, Va, and the arrival of Mun-

Ernest Evans, 26, who towers 9 tunnel was blown out by the im ford Rhett, ADE3 for duty with Police Sgt.: So you say you're .

feet 34 inches and is still grow pact. the squadron. a sailor, eh? .
d tYZ The southern section of the I S Prisoner: Yes, sirs
ing.Evans, now considered the Navy Yard was without elec- As master of ceremonies of the I Patrolman: It ain't true, ser- .

i world's tallest man, finished tricity when a large transformerwas squadron's floor show, "Smiley"Roberts geant. I searched his pockets and '
r school at 11 and then began to knocked out. A spokesman j wowed the audience with found money in them.
grow. When he reached 6 feet for the Navy said there was no i I his polished performance and Boy- I

4, he had to give up his job an' a other extensive damage and no ette graced the show with his A few nights ago in the auditorium -

truck driver-his! frame justdidn't one was Injured. I good; .. looks as he was voted the I a.young seaman went cra
the rab. -- - -
fit In --
zy. We suspect it was during the
At 19 he joined the army. scene in the picture where the
Here they had a supply him witha handsome boatswain's mate married -
new uniform every month, the admiral's daughter. ,- '',
each larger than the oars before '..

After seven months they Early to bed
released him. lie ,was then 7 Early to rise, ","-

feet 1. Til you make enough cash ,
ire continued to expand, and to do otherwise.
now at 9 feet 34 inches he finds *
'irk -
{ trouble: holding down any sort of BMI: Are you the barber who
work for his legs have difficulty cut my hair the last time?

supporting his. 448 pounds of Barber. I don't think so. I've

weight. only been here a year.
His one regret is that "it's ''a r
lonely life.. Next year he has a S S

f promise of a job traveling with- a Millie: ,Was that your best boyfriend

E ci rcus. I saw you with last night?
Tillle: No. Neck's best. ,
Nursery To Close r"kM 5,5 *

Swab: I'm going to kiss you.
4' ,
4' 4fr 1F : Gal (Screaming) O-w-w-wJ
December 24-25 : Swab: Great Scott! What was

The station Nursery will be that for? I haven't kissed you yet.

i ----... ... dotted all day Sunday and Monday Gal: Yeah, but I thought it
IIr'V would be better ''f we could ret
DATHUNKITFor December 24 and 25: It
that part with
over now.
hall been announced.The .
Ive ye'ars, 17-year-old Dixie *
invalid because Nursery will remain open
Nelson .is an Seaman Apprentice Joe Blow
until 0200 Sunday, December SI.
tf rheumatic fever. Alter a to take off Fasron Six joined the Navy ,lIe didn't want
Parents who have made reservations SHUTTLE RUN-Getting ready on a ,
onrageous feed her ambition.battle,She Dixie has real-been for their children are reminded I" service mission to the USS Oriskany are Lt. Cedrle N. Hansen and to ., .. 11.4"-I"t':.: ..., : .....

major motion pie- that reserved beds cannot John W. Christ, AMC (AP). The two pilots made a total of 24 ,
by a
tinned while she elf the mouth of*
hire studio to a loaf-term eon- IN held after 1900. Therewill flights to the Oriskany was operating' r
Iran..q be n. rneuU on Sunday. the St. Johns River last week. JlI


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.'lit' Combat Crewmen Qualify Again


With Fleet Air Wing Eleven

I Carefully laid away Combat Air Crewman wings will be taken

out of the seabags and shined for inspection this week 'at Fleet Air
g' s k {''' e"s
A A' ? : Wing Eleven.

I 3 I It's regulation that all CAC aircraft against any and all attackers -

,' We say farewell, to Lcdr.. Ed- ?: '" must qualify on towedsleevefiring 1 is still there.
mund R. Foster Jr., assistant and some of the
,
gb 3id 'S 1 ail once a year With the all-out effort now being
'H.a
PWO, this week who has received yx. personnel had already put away
Air 11 to
.. prders to ComFIVE. Comdr. Fos- their wings. But in last week's made at Fleet Wing
ter has many friends in the depart- Kv air-to-air firing on a high speed train and equip pilots and crewmen -

.. ment as well as on the Station and v towed sleeve, the men demonstrated for any emergency, the CAS
we know he will be missed by all. that the ability to defend Navy wings won't be put away again.
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We take this opportunity to wish

him good luck and prosperous _ Distinctive Red MarkersFor I
years ahead. We also say farewell MilitaryWashington To Issue New
A' to Mary Faglie of the Maintenance Washington ,
to\ division who is leaving us a (AFPS) Bright 1
this 'week. Mary Is infanticipating b ted markers soon will be supplied ID Cards For
next Spring and we wish her lots i r to military personnel on'duty in
.,; of luck. Mildred Fowler of the i gr3 the Washington area for display
1 Medical
Contract Section is in the Hos- A 3 on their automobiles. This will Care
'pital and we hope sra Mill soon be' J a "t'IA distinguish them from civilian
able to return .to work. drivers and confer the benefit of
Washington. (AFPS)--Qualified
Alex P. \"an:;ban <1" extended( our the "Soldiers and Sailors Civil I of Navy and Marine
fympathy in t'>e recent ''death of Relief Act," which permits use of dependents Issueda
be
are to
his mother. We also extend home state automobile license I Corps personnel identification card for

sympathy to Virginia McLaughlinin _____________.mmm''m'.'" plates. revised
hospitalization and medical care,
the recent death of her father.
PROUD CAC WINGS OWN- the Navy has announced.The .
Several employees of the department ERS Combat Air Crewman new card will be Issued
have received Christmas wings are making their appear- by commanding officers upon
II' cards from Comdr. D. M. Rait, former ance these days at Fleet Air request of personnel having de
assistant PWO, who is now Wing Eleven where many of pendents. It wa emphasized!
*'*Btationed at Pearl Harbor Comdr the wing owners participatedin that personnel should obtain

and Mrs. Rait are enjoying their qualification firing on towed h the card before an emergency
tour of duty but write us they sleeve target Glenn Bills, ALl, arises, In order to reduce delays
certainly have enjoyed hearing top, caught in his dress canvas, encountered when medical attention -
from their friends on the main- gives a last minute check to his a Is required.The .

land. pet gun before going ashore. presently used card is valid
Jeanette Sajre of the Work Clifton Bradford, AL-2, bottom, and will continue to be honored
Measurement Section is in MissourI of VP-3, pins on his CAC wings t until its expiration date. If the
for the holidays. Ceff Mims after having completed his gib individual Serviceman is unable
I and Ethel Huffman received an ex- qualification firing.Individual > to procure and deliver the card
tiemely large comical card from to his department, 'the dependentmay
Jeanette Tuesday and from all In- Xmas hA procure it from either the
dications she is really having a Bureau of Naval Personnel or

grand old time. Naval Marine Corps Headquarters, as
,. The Public Works Military Per Trees For appropriate.
sonnel had a party last Friday Dependents may apply for care
:right, and what a party! We hear 'Hospital PatientsWounded at Army or Air Force facilities if
that Comdr. Foster. was singing Navy medical service is not available
Irish lullabys. Chief Ed Sullivan Americans who .
fought in the Korean War will
was 'toted' home by shipmates -
Chiefs Haikins and White. not be lacking a colorful Christ-
this at the Naval Hos-
mas year
We wish you all a Very Merry pital. At the bedside of each I "Come And Get IfHere's I [
Christmas and a Happy New Yearin patient will be a gaily decorated II I UPPS.YIDELIGHTS
the hopes that the future will

..,bring days to happier all the and world.more peaceful Christmas More than tree.200 living Christ- What You'll Eat For Xmas I L

to the
-- mas trees were presented
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hospital this week by the Jacksonville Golden brown turkeys with all the fixings and sweets aPlenty,1
MhKHi CHHlblMAb! Alter a
Longer Life Seen Garden Club. Followingthe will be served at the Mainside Mess Hall for all the personnel re- I blow start, various: units and sec-
holidays, the trees will be main aboard Christmas Day.
I, lions who participated in the com

For Jet EnginesPittsburgh house placed and in in the early hospital Spring will green-be To make this a merry day the hers) as guests for the Christmas petition for last year's Sidelights
established for the best decorated office -
the hospital grounds Commissary Department is work- I noon meal at the price Award
Pa, (AFPS) A planted to become on living memorials to ing ardently to appease the appetite of 50 cents per person. are back in the running for
chemical treatment for carbon the wounded Americans who of about 2000 station per- I For this joyful yuletide season this year's plaque.
brushes which will increase the in Korea.jNavy sonnel ,who will sit down to the the mess hall has been decoratedfor The judges, who will arrive at
high-altitude life of jet airplanes fought hearty meal, beginning at 1130. the occasion with all the yuletide their decisions at different times
has been developed by Dr. Howard The doors of the mess hall shall I colors. and separately, will look over the
M. Elsey, consulting Research not close until everyone has eaten.It I The food is being prepared un- entries tomorrow, Friday morning -
Laboratories here. Pays for has been estimated by the der the watchful eyes of Chief announcement. of the win-
In extremely dry air at alti- Commissary that 2,000 pounds of Commissary Steward John S: Si- ner will be made over the P. A.

tudes of 40,000 to 50,000 feet, turkey with all the fixin's will doi'ski, CSC, while the pastry staffis Just before noon.
carbon brushes must provide Extra Study grace the dinner tables. Enlisted In charge of Clarence R. Fuller. To jour columnist, it seems that
.. their own lubrication or be 'I personnel will be permitted to'' CSI, and Joseph W. Brunson CSI competition is stiffer than ever.
ground to powder by friction.. have members of their immediate I II will hold forth in charge of the Accounting is making a strong bid
It has been announced by the to add another plaque beside the
but Immediate
the brushes ( only
By treating with a I family mem- galley.
chemical compound related to Navy that n a v a l personnel l I award they copped last year, but
taking approved courses at I ('IIIUST lAS MLMT Disbursing, Correspondence, Material -
table salt Dr.
makes common them self-lubri Elsey civilian colleges, Junior collegesand Tomato Juice Cocktail Turkey Almond Broth Stuffed Olives Labor & Equipment, and
produce in some instances high Oyster Dressing Roast Young Tom Turkey half a dozen others are equally de-
film of oil. The film
cating is so
thin that of will .1. schools, may have three quar- Ripe Olives Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce termined that the race will be
2,000.layers it
ten of their tuition payed for i Creamed Whipped Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes close.
barely equal the thickness of a by the Navy. These are termed Fresh Garden Pea, Carrots Stuffed Celery Saltines The party will get underway
of
sheet
paper. off-duty courses. Hot Rolls Fresh Milk Coffee about noon and will be concluded,
/* -xChiefs' To be eligible candidates mustbe Candy Cigarettes Cigars Fresh Fruit at least officially, about three,

personnel of the Regular ,' Mixed Nuts Ice Cream Fragments. Norma Hendricks
Fund Navy or Reserve personnel on 'I White Bread Graham Bread !has traded _her '48_ Chewy for abrand

continuous active duty. __Apple Pie ___u Pumpkin Pie Fruit Cake new Henry J.. She calls its
must have at least -- flashy color "vomit green." ,
Candidates the collar even in combat. I .
Drive Nears Jim English finally got the titleto
one year obligated service. Anindivldua.1 Jet Pilots Get The jet are being equippedwith the home which he has been oc-
will be permitted to air-
special[ lightweight I
enroll only when his remaining conditioning units designed to cupying1 for several months now.
GoalCivilian
Units I Last week's
Cooling carried
$2,500 period of service Is apparent and keep the temperatures of the pic about it .city. John paper Colvin claims a
he can be expected to completethe cockpit connfortabh"Without ,
For Aircraft his kiddies are getting ready fora
and military personnel course or courses which this air conditioning visit from old "Sandy Drawers"

', have put $1,490 into funds are requested. Washington (A'rS-Pilot8) of temperatures in a jet cockpit have I Dot Houghton will spend her
been
Personnel seeking further information known to climb to 190 de-
the till of the CPO sponsored are requested to eon- North American' F-95A jet interceptors I grees fahrenheit One reason is : first Ncith Christmas Carolina.away from homeIn

..- charity drive to raise funds suit their division officer. : shouldn't get too hot under I l they are going too fast to keep With the Air News taking its

to aid orphans and underprivileged cool. Heat Is generated by the annual two-week holiday over the
I friction of the aircraft's skin with
children in the Jack- Christmas season, this will be the
the atmosphere. last edition until next
sonville area. year so
have a wonderful twelve months in
With their goal set at $2,500, Ninety-four per cent of American I 1951 & very HAPPY NEW
the chiefs hope to brighten the families own radios. YEAR!
Christmas ,season for children of 4i -- --
seven homes for' underprivilegedand A La Frank Buck
orphanages. Five radio-pho-
nogiaph sets and there water cool-

ers are to be purchased for chll- Snake Snagger Snags Another
dren's homes. The drive will con- : ,
tinue for the rest of this week. _
I Call it six or half-a-dozen I
The following contributions have and held It while he readied hU!'
been received from personnel attached I it's still too many snakes for camera and then took some pic-

to the following depacU_.. : comfort. They are dead tures of the big snake striking
ments and divisions: .*' snakes though, thanks to I j After taking the pictures he

NARTIJ.,VS4: .34; .NAMTD, $15: ; James ].f. Bolick of VA-15, again caught the snake and killedit
$10.75; Personnel $30 XP-: thus ending
x-44 ; who a potential threat .
jo; X-2, $3854; O & R, $2 accounted for the last to other anglers. When he measured -
Naval; Hospital. $184.25; one just a few days ago. the snake later, he found it
V-l and Public Vjjupply Bolick, who has killed all of the to be 4'4 feet long
$3671; 0 & snakes while fishing, encountered Bolicjt's prize eaten Is a 3>$
J17745; bingo c the sixth snake while It was sun foot diamond-back rattler killed
Cabaret night. -',.' .... ning Itself. Catching it with a while he was stationed at Cecil
open, $2QOr: ,and, AT GIVES!-The camera is in this picture because no one special hook attached to the end Field In June of last )'ear. This
1 I to pick It up while the snake was alive. Tbe *nak ',is a four of his fishing pole, Bolick slid; the one had 14 rattlers to qualify it
Deflnitionaf'orn half loot cotton-mouth mocassin killed by Jamtf Bolitki big cottonmouth moccasin onto as a regular granddaddy among
out wo .. -i.sixth, of VA-15, while fishing along the river. the grass away from the water its kind. ..JJ

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i Basketball, since its introduction scrambles outside gymnasiums. game, basketball was first played 4 I II
I by James A. Naismithin with seven men on a team, the,
I nine, eight and finally to the
1892, has risen from ob- SOON THE GAMK began to size of the court is larger and 12 I :ill
scurity to of the catch hold and before
one biggest long was men make up a team which tendsto .' w;
drawing cards in the world of being played in backyards and on I make things a little crowded. .
B With Bob Joyce regulation courts both indoors I I m:
sports. And of
and speaking crowds the
Due to the lapse of time between this, the last publica- When it was first introduced, designed out. Primarily as an indoor basketballwas sport largest recorded was at Peiping, 1. holea
tion of the Jax Air News for 1950 and the first in 1951) ,. the basketball was played chiefly in to serve as a fill-in between base- China where 70,000 attended a :
annual post-season grid bowl games will be played. Y.M.CA's and was scoffed at by ball and football season. But, three-day tournament The popularity 8tl
many "bt the rowdy through of the sport is not mere
younger gen I its. originator participants -
Needless to say, upsets have come from every corner of eration as a "sissy" game As a and the few followers it ly demonstrated by the fact that roi
the nation this year, but they are still those arm-chair quaivteibacks result early players were victimsof I picked up, basketball fought uphill present-day five-man teams. In inJ:

who think they have the Bowl. picture all doped ladylike charges sport.of participating in a II to become a recognized major it Holland holds on attendance the other records hand, but the 4,,nn ret
sport
in
out advance. i to'
These so-called rowdies would Basketball in the that during pre-war years there
next few
So climbing into that arm-chair years I were between 18000000 and 20- 7wo
quarteiback's seat this :
loiter around the exit of a basket 'became so much a part of the
coiner goes out on that proverbial limb to pick the winnersof ball game and- its its close, heckle 'I American life that today in almost t 000000 that the players rules had in been the world translated and \

the coming bowls. Last year's predictions showed that the and often fight with the basket- : any city of size, youngsters into approximately 80 languages ageyea
Air News fared ball "sissies". The basketball ,, take up the game in grade school' .. .
pretty well', picking seven winners out of 11. I wil:
is all- I ,
player pretty much an so: that when in junior high school
Here's this yeai's predictions: around athlete as a result of rigid I 1 I competition Is great. High schools I A KM LUKE in Italy has the Moat
NORTH-SOUTH training, i!, have gone so far as to have dis- power to arrest a spectator who I II
MIAMI, FLA. (DEC. 26)-This) is a I It taking to the side trict, Regional and state cham- | boos, hisses or in any way die, I C
was no
toughie because both squads are made up of all-stars from : doors to avoid the jeering and I pionship tournaments every winter i playa dislike on his decision 1 tryt"Lion
both sections of the nation. Because of last year's results, I riotous gangs. Eventually the Next in line is college, I Courts in Greece are located sometimes -
\ve'll tag along with the boys from the North again this year. heckling and jeering was changed A.A,U, tournaments and finallythe the so far back in the hills that on
to cheers and before the bas professional ranks | only means of transportation year
long
EAST-WEST, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. (JAN. 1))-Always ketball player was respected and These professionals have followers '|lilt by donkey. be
a rough and tumble affair, we'll pick the Westernersthis even Idolized. Reason: the supposedly much the same as baseball -- ; The Philippines have given', but
year by a touchdown soft basketball player too and football, where youngsters some of the greatest basketball .the
tricksters of all times, but it was k
BLUE-GREY, MONTGOMERY, ALA. (DEC. 26)-The) often came out victors in the and grown ups alike can tell the American boys and gills who merA
who for how
South really goes all ,out in this one, but we're still going you many points a man he has plays scored, and stimulated their interest Dist
Station To Field j The referee In Nova Scotia works
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along with the Blue-clad boys. his home town. I begi
from a vantage point in the balcony forever
ROSE BOWL, PASADENA, CALIF. (JAN. 1))-Michigan \ with an assistant doing the
squeezd through tbe Big Ten on a prayer, despite the Volleyball Team Till TAMP of basketball has]' foot work on the floor below. AId
risen from the days where players -] Unlike the United States Puer.
fact that we predicted a close one with the Buckeyes, butthey'll ,
were ridiculed to the nation's to Rico has one tournament to decide II
be no match for California However, give us three Eyes Tournament number one spectator sport. I the championship pitting .Jax:
and v\:e'll pick the Wolverines. P I Often referred to as the "cage"' Y.M.C.A", high school college and j ful Boy t

.. GATOR BOWL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (JAN. 1)) Varsity Volleyball will come into ------ ----------:--.- | High service schools teams in against the states each on other.the

Washington and Lee's "Generals" will play host to the Wyo- i I ill own next month when the first j RoMon PUIIH Scent Trade.. I I other hand divide schools into

ming "Cowboys" at the local Gator Bowl. The Cowboys will will organized enter team the Smokey in several Mountain years 1 The signing of Lou Boudl eau classes A, B. C, and D, accenting GaTic
have their hands full with both Washington and Lee, but we Invitational Tournament at Knox- I deposed manager of the Cleveland', to the school's population, to give
Indians as a player for the Red all an even break,
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say Wyoming by two touchdowns. ville, Tennessee.It i __
I Sox, was followed in Boston by' --- (
ORANGE BOWL, MIAMI\ FLA. (JAN. 1))-The Hurri- has been several years since speculation over possible ttades 1: Basketball
canes of Miami U. are in the Orange Bowl as the host team the station itself was represented Among those mentioned as the Navy, Army
other than by individual teams I' At
against Clemson in one of the closest prospective battles. most likely were shortstop Vern Tilts Televised"Beginning
I such as last year's champions, Stephens and third baseman To Be ..
We'll. take Miami by six points. Fasron Six, who entered the meet. Johnny Pesky, December 23 and
COTTON BOWL DALLAS TEXAS Jan. Texas I Anyone Interested in trying out Ti
( 1))- I' carrying on through Mar h, Army
t- has invited Tennessee to Dallas, but they may be sorry. Ten- I will for a leave position here on January the squad 13, 1951.that Bobby Williams and Dan Fold- I and Navy basketball games will be* GatoWas
nessee upset Kentucky and it is our belief that here's the sur- for the Invitational should contact i berg are the only 1949 choices to ,\ televised in the Jacksonville area. !)

prise bowl. Tennessee to upset Texas by one 'touchdown Chief Newman R. Willis at extt n-I be the chosen All-American this squad to again i ried Here: is -the program to be car- mingNavR
year.
SUGAR BOWL, NEW ORLEANS, LA. (JAN. 1))-Oklahoma's !ion 505 and leave your name. I I Jan. 6-.Brown vs. Army. catio
Practices for the coming tourney Jan 2<>-=-Catholic U. vs. Navy. !
impressive 10-0 record sways our opinion against Kentucy's will be held beginning January The best football hustlers in the Jan. 27-Fordham vs. Army. Tic)
.' Babe Parilli's passing. We'll take Oklahoma by seven second in Hangar 115 at 1500 past five years were voted on recently i Feb, Fittsbuigh vs. Navy. at th<
t Candidates for the volleyball squadare and show that D o a k '' Feb, 10- Yale vs. Army. ExchaPlenty i
pointsTANGERINE urged that to attain maximum Walker, Johnny Lujack Glenn! Feb. 17 Duke
vs. Navy.
.BOWL, ORLANDO, FLA. (JAN. 1))-Emory I effort in building a squad, they Davis, Leon Halt and Vic Jano- I' Feb Pittsburgh ts Army. avails
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and Henry will meet Morris-Harvey in this clash at Orlando should reQuest time off for practice wiczttop the list. Mar 3. Army vs. Navy.. classic

Sounds like a double header, doesn't it? Flip the coinif from their division_officeis. .. AU),
you must, and if it's heads, take Morris, but be sure to I will t

bring Harvey along. Sports Shorts there'News

CIGAR BOWL, TAMPA, FLA. (JAN. 1))-Two Midwestern ;I n1inist
teams invade the Sunshine State for this one. Val- any ti'The
"Mdppy, Ncl!". (:\l PS) Police
paraiso!; Universi.y from. Illinois meets LaCrosse Teachers arrested a man found with a

of Wisconsin. Valparaiso is our choice. paiking meter slung over his s a{ ..y k tayE3' s boys'1mornll,

PINEAPPLE BOWL, HAWAII, (JAN. -) As usual had shoulder.trouble He removing explained the that money he operating

the University of Hawaii plays.host to a stateside team. This and decided to take it home NfWashb

year Denver University will take the slow boat (by-pasing where he'd have more time to A I
China) to meet the Hawaiians. All we can say is that the vis- work on it. i ,.. wt'lto
iting Malahinis will take care of the host Kamaainas. I -- Union
: Los Angilei (AI'I'1)-A) motorist -
SUN BOWL, EL PASO, TEXAS, (JAN. 1))-" West Texas : got off with a suspended sentence tour the ill;

State is host to Cincinnati. :The Ohioans carry an 8-3 record I i in traffic court He was ... ultim:1
: into the Lone Star State and we go their way to make it 9-3. 'I charged with failing 'i'1 1 t' 4 when
a turn. He explained. : I1 ,e
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Arid with this TIME OUTER winds 1950. .
your
up I canaries loose in hhi"bcdr I % boys
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In winding up 1950: your correspondent is informed that didn't dare open the wind and.ad 1e4t.. ac.i Fletche)
'lie is falling right in step with the former writer of this cor- I -- -- -. 11 I II i viBe D.
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.: ner. In short, our stay at NAS has been cut short and the salt, Arcadia, Calif (.\ 1 1 Washerals"

i; air is beckoning. .: desk phone sergeant and heard answered this t;) The rcteivenflcial:

ro Violating all)) rules laid down by our editor, who says not I peal "I'm in trouble the tele- )

t.! 1 to use the first person in said column, I'd like to, take TimeOut I help. Come quick." .antic I need ap- Jacksor
the call a squad CJt: and Confert
; to say a few words in departure. I year-old boy confrr, n answer to I sway to
Ii I stepped into this job a greenhorn and tried my best to j hostile gang of yon I' found a 5- stronghlor
readers of station affiliation only wanted the pc nted with a oltlhirtt : the
.... give the proper coverage sports. My I ngsters. He i
,; '. with athletes on the various team trips has been something em. > lice to "fix W1;While roNorm.

r' I'll always remember because they're great bunch 6f I. ManUtlque, c
;1.1 guys. Those with whom I have worked, our association has Harry G. Tho .- ,ns F
'I and 10 Ilch. (API'S) -
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!: :' been more than pleasant., shooting a Ipson went deer ark or

} To Andy Planey, Air News editor, I owe a great vote of''i him, the hu 8t his rifle. After .
I thanks for his help and patience. All in all, it's been a great off the dee uck and wounding homa'sthe
f'f'I i experience working for the Jax Air News. rested his t! .er went up to finish (K! maM p- *>? i11), Flier Lu' 3 NatFootball
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tier head w1! a
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MtCntd by ; "Ah river" friends, and don't burn the place down while jumped u Orne: the buck'sall. shotRUrines.BobBecker 1rC e g" with too first
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,r. tiire studio utrart. kl'm gone. Perchance, us swaJbbles will meet again Hereupon! the animal and up -, hli off"'; rifle
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1'9 Another bowling tourna- With the cancellation of the scheduled I basketball game

he 12 I inent is slated to get under against Patrick Air, Force Base last Friday night, station

dg ,I Ih way shortly after the Christ- sports comes to a standstill over the holidays, but will pick "

mas and New Year's holidays,, I Ut again with the Florida Southern College game January 1

but the date is not definite.An 8, and a: new intra-mural program for 1951. "
Ig, -' Thus far the Jax Navy Fliers 'j'
intra mural basketball
a i season record stands at two wins the championship between NARTU
,p'e- league Is also planned for the I ; I and two losses; The 1950-51 basketball Marines and Station Marines, with ,'
station when a normal working
, season got Underway December the NARTU Marines winning the
routine returns. Physical -TrainIng -
latIn 6 at Deland Florida when crown in a best thrt'eoutoffveseries. !
department anticipates a good
the Fliers tangled with the Hatters .
reception on the basketball league
he S 7 I of Stetson University. The The National League race was
and hopes it will be large enough I .A da
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ut ', Hatters handed the locals a 71-39 the tightest with ties for run-
to form two leagues.The .
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re loss in the opener before the Fli- I! nerup and third place resulting.
station volleyball loop :4 era edged Warner- Robins Air I ComFaiJax and VP-3 tied for second -
0nd
, wound up hostilities two weeks Force quintet 50-46 on the home I spot with 59 points, one point
ed ago, but come the first of the $ court. behind the Marines and FAW-11 .
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a station volleyball team I
year
$ '- g Parris Island Marines moved in and Operations Training in third
will be formed to enter the Smoky
I to NATTCenter auditorium, for: spot with 48 points apiece..
Mountain Invitational tournamentat
theho the next Flier home game and NARTU Marines captured the
Knoxvllle, Tennessee. \ edged the local cagers 58-44, but I American League title with 64:
lit, I Come the first of March or so, < the Fliers evened the record with points, followed by VF-12 with 61
. 1 tryouts and practices for the station 7 I a close 41-39 win over College of: and Cpo's in third spot with 57
liemt j baseball team will get started I I Charleston "Maroons" last Tues points.
on another full season. This day night on the local hardwood I
ion, ;)'ear'8 schedule will undoubtedly)I Despite the lapse in schedule,
be shortened due to restrictions the Fliers will continue light workouts Conners Captures J
ven'lall" but a variety of teams will Villiq] during the holidays, ,pointingfor
.the station throughout the sum- the 1951 curtain-raiser on 2-Ball Foursome !
vas mer I, January 8 with Florida Southern

/ho About this time the Sixth Naval i I College at Lakeland. Andy and Dale Conner shot a 42 +

District swimming meet should The January schedule shows the to make a clean sweep of the Class i
(' Rsa begin to take shape and tryouts I Fliers at home most of the month ''I A championship of the monthly officers
, for a station team in several with some of the tops on this wives two-ball foursome '
theler events will get underway. j ear's schedule. Here is the I tournament at the local layout last
Another of the projects conducted schedule: week. :;1
will probably be the annual Jan. 8 Flo So. College, Away Other honors in the Class A race
de- .,Jax Navy Baseball School for 10 Camp Lpjeune, Home were won by Bill and Kay Brock- l'
Ing Boys which has been so success- 12 It"s"le'r", Al'K, Home haus, low net; Alexis DeLaMater
'indier.. ful the past two years : k a 15 Gu. State Teacher, longest drive and "Doc" Pearson,
i Away longest drive for the men. '
the : 17 lav Jr. ('olll' t'. Lee Virginia and Paul Herndon Ii
nto 19 Tjndall AFIi, Home posted a final low gross of 47 to
ing Gator Bowl Fray 2J: Green Co'eO'Y, cop the Class B title, while low
,iveall ( Away net in Class B was won by Ray
Tickets Available FLIERS DUMP CHARLESTON-Phil McKay of Jax Navy 23 1...la. so.\ College, Home and Betty Tylutki with 36. Joy ,
(13)) makes a vain attempt to block College of Charleston center 34 Kessler AI'IJ Away McMahen had the longest drive for :
Eason's pivot shot in last Tuesday's close tilt, taken by the Fliers, 26 Ffilin lield. Home Class B women and Sam Helms :
At Air Station 4139. Pasco, (14)) and Dick Murray ((20)) move in for a possible 29 Green Cove Navy, longest drive for the men.

ed" | rebound. Home In the Class C race. Captainand
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31 Camp Lpjeune, Away Louis Gingrich shot an even ,
and Tickets to the New Year's Intra-mural bowling climaxedthe ; 50 for low gross honors while I
nay Gator Bowl Fray between I fall league with a bowl-off for George and Marg Gardner had a ,
I be low( net cf 35. Keeping honors in
reacar-" Washington & Lee and Wyo-I State College, Pa (.\1"1)8)) the two families, Marg Gardnerwon
'ming are now on sale at the I Two Penn State seniors have ac- longest drive honors for the

Naval Air Station at three lo cepted imitations to play for the women and Captain Gingrich, i'
rations. North in the Blue-Gray postseason longest drive for the men in Class
T.' I By Armed Forte Frew t'nlre football game at Montgomery, C.
Tickets went on sale this week Ted Williams, who obviously doesn't know Sanskrit, pays Uncle Ala, December 30. They are Vince The Officer's Wives Golf Group J-
,. At the Officers' Club, the Navy : Sam something like $75,000 income taxes annually. It is estimatedthe OBara back of Johnstown, and held their monthly luncheon meeting -
Exchange and the Jax Air News. JJohn Smidansky, end, of Mun- at the "D"' club last Wednesday -
Plenty of good seats are still I Boston Red Sox pay him in the neighborhood of 100 grand per ihal. where new officers! were ,
ny. available for the New Yeaf's Day annum while he has a side income of $65,000 from Ted Williams elected. ]

"" classic. I Enterprises, Inc. He sup- -- ---- -- ---- ," Eat Lan"hlg-M: :'h., (AFPs) New president of the group is
? Although the Sax Air News posedly drew $1 ,OOO for a fly- with the Tribe They were I Tackles seem to have a corneron Maitha Rusk; Mary Wheat, secre- ;,;
will take a two-week holiday Hurt Shot ton, Otrnr Melillo, Michigan State's annual "Oil- tary; Linda Back, treasurer; Fuz
there will be personnel in the Air castingexhibition I I II II II II George Mince\ Del Baker, KillMrKethnle can" award, presented to the Weber, tournament chairman and .
News office, room 123, main ad player contributing most to the Barbara Baker, publicity chair-
Harder TriliJSIt'nkt"r
: Mel 'J
1 in the 1950 ,
ministration, building, to handle I team's god spirit throughout the man.
I annualfisher Reel, HiisterMIIN
any ticket callers. Muddy season. Jack Morgan, a 230- One of the new projects planned
The unbeaten Wyoming "Cow stevq O'Neill and AI Sim pounder, won the 1950 trophy: Ly the group is a Ringer ToumaI -
boys';arrived in town yesterday I men'sshow + mons. Now the export tackle; Pete Fusi won the laurelsin I ment which is scheduled for January .'.
and immediately set up and isrecognized i 2. ;!1
morning cunt decide whether lloiidre.ui' II 1948 and 1949. I 2 through February .
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operations preparing I --- -- -- --- -
ing New Year's Day tussle with as one of was a poor manager or it I III It
Washington and Lee. i as one of just tough to work for guys like "j
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A mammoth motor caravan I the nation mil \eeck and Hank Greenberg. Who Made All-America Teams

... "Cowboys" at the top an-i "
welcomed the
Union Terminal and conducted glers In Football And Basketball?

the first of the two teams on a Matter o fS Joe Gordon, Sacramento's newt I
tour around Jacksonville and will be the Coast'sonly I Last week's spoils quiz defi- he led the Blue Devils of Duke

.., ultimately to Ponte Vedra Inlet .p ,"'...eager in 1951. Look nitely must have been a toughie to the Rose Bowl in 1939 and I
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where they will stay, '. for four 1+' because a complete correct 1942.
While they are here, the Cow- r Ilt teams, the ser.as not given. Chief Tills week's question deals] 'v
boys will hold practice sessions a' i t Yanks, Tigers Bill Graham of Disbursing came with both basketball and foot- ;
Fletcher High School at Jackso* i Splinter's" latest pop- "" Cleveland close to supplying the answerto ball ancj anyone knowing his .j s
plemkhl
ville Beach. l I baseball andBoston the question: All-Americans shouldn't have \
Washington anderals" <0 \| of fa ((1)"tliat he'd quit "What two coaches hold the any trouble The question Is. '
arrived u. JJ Ts: 'Gen right now if he had enough money to make I record for coaching the most "What Rig Ten football coach IIWa.K
received a w .. town today and 'I'i and (2)) that he won't play exhl-1 the newA Rose Bowl teams and how elected to the football All-
officials AHJrTm welcome by CIty blttons next spring unless he feels m e rican i many have they coached?" American tf'am-al14l the All-
Jacksonvil/er a motor tour about I' like it, aren't likely to win him Leaguerace The correct answer is: How- American basketball team In
the Southeastern I popularity contests. a ard Jones and Wallace Wade,
Conference, any what
the and
name veer year
their fans are
made pittsburgh Pirate umdmgerall which Graham Identi-
..way tom champions [ Rabid in'''II correctly was that ?"
.ptronghf/e Hotel Roosevelt, their II wondering what will happen the way. fied. The number gave him
the lid and base, of operations another year when Ralph Kiner's And the trouble however and that num- The first correct answer win
for Whil orthcoming Gator Bowl. I current contract expires . Washington ber for each man is five. a free full course meal at the
yJl; m in town, the GeneralsJNRMuct I I The Bile home run' king gets $65-: Senators Howard Jones coached at Civilian Cafeteria, good any day
their practice ses- 000 annually but:'.Branch Rickey, I may Southern California and placed of the week.Although I
EnsaV the Jacksonville Ball the new Pltsburgh general manager crowd one teams in the Rose Bowl in 1930, the Sax Air News
Fark on Myrtle: Ave. I seems to take a dim view of thatquartet 1932 1933, 1939 and 1940, all of will not be published again un-
high salaries. Particu- ,, which won the New Year Day til January 11, answers can be ;
paying -
of '' -- ----- **"
i f Nornuui, C ;u.? (Al"'PS)-Okla- I laxly if the check Isn't made .pay- out. . classic. sent to Room 123 of the main
# Ihoma's press box, voted No. 1 in able to Branch Rickey. lucky lUrrU BucUyllar- Wade coached two winnersout administration building or call
9l Nation last summer by the ria certainly of five and tied one. His Extension 216 or 8184. To allow -
I the Writers Association dreW L ex-Cleveland made it rough on the leaders two winners were with Alabama an even distribution of the
l ntoo Football first tompt .' lJ. _*Wife .Botdfeull. with the last year and with aw lineup in 1926 and 1931 and the Air New, no answer will be
its .. will play *
* sours game:,h rn Sox: In 1951, had thAt barges they could finial "in the tie was also with Alabama in accepted prior to 1500 on the '
pencil sharpen tome high-priced top division when round anothe""St"ptembf't 1027. His two losses came when day of publication

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