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Jax air news
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January 25, 1951


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Headquarters .f the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander N ova! Air Bases Sixth Naval-. District and Commander. Fleet Air.!WIng 11

, .<" Fine Results I II rt :I 700 Acres in ..


: Produced AtANTTCenter : : Mayport Area "

I; Is PurchasedThe .

I Defining the \purpose and Navy is purchasing approximately -
700 acres of land
the organization of
clarifying south of for
, expan-
reactivated Naval Airl:
-t newly
sion of aviation facilities
Technical Training 'Center at ,
Comdr. Peltier NAS
NAS Jacksonville Capt. Lea v.I'
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Public Works officer and officer '
K. Rice its commanding "
ter ,
in charge of construction
officer declared that
recently ,
announced last week in allay
"We can show better than :a
ing unofficial and incorrect reports -.
700 percent return on the< 11
in the Mayport area.
time a man spends her .
Captain Rice further comment Land of spoil areas and possible .
. \ of the. at .
in twenty-tw< expansion runways
ed, "We feel l that a
week course of instruction a mar the air station at Mayport is being .;
can be given an experience background ; purchased by the Navy, and it
equivalent to that gained and when the runways are extended
in three with the fleet." it will require the relocation
years of the road to w
access May-
.' This was due, it was pointed out
t i to advanced methods of instruc port, Commander Peltier pointedout.

tion and entirely new concepts of .
what military training should be. I To Deepen Channel :<

,. lest Method Uiwd or .. ......,,--' : -.-- Bids are being accepted this
Under the overall plan of the CONDUCTS INSPECTION-Rear Adm. Joseph F. Jelly, Jr., center, chief of the Bureau of week: on dredging Ribault Bay
Naval Air Technical Training Yards and Docks, was greeted upon his arrival at NAS last Friday by Comdr. Eugene Peltier, left within the Mayport station. The
Command, as fast as new equipment ,' I Public Works officer and Comdr. Porter F. Bedell, right, NAS executive officer. Admiral Jelly inspected basin and approach channel from r
is designed and produced, il Naval facilities at Mayport, Cecil Field' the Naval Air Station and the Navy Fuel Terminal.. the ocean will be deepened to 42

is put into classrooms for instruction I feet
.r purpose The Instructors an Several tracts of land are included
kept advised on the latest proven I tmriginnl' Amateur Hour Program in the 700 acres to be purchased
methods of instruction, and new now and the Navy may
methods are constantly being devised II acquire land south of the May..
and tested. port air station for expansion

'"There have been cases," said I From HAS Feb 7th along the beach front, but, it is
Captain Rice, "where civilian! To Originate pointed out, there are no immediate -
schools have adopted instructional I' plans for buying land in that

methods developed by the Naval A deluge of talented entertainers, including military and civilian personnel from the direction.
Air Technical Training Command Usage Explained
Naval Air Station Cecil Field and Green Cove Springs Naval Base, are going through
We feel that we otter the finest ,
Original plans, reported Commander
I for the Ted Mack and the Original Amateur
courses of aviation technical train preliminary auditions this week in preparation Peltier, were to allow the
ing in the world today, and we" Hour nation-wide radio show, which will originate from the Naval Air Station February dredging contractors to deposit
r" point to our results to prove it. I 7. dredged material at any place

Offer Refresher Study audition periods, they could obt in. The most nat-
It is doubly necessary at this I which Preliminary began Tuesday and close pens paid trip to New York City nationwide radio program." ural spot for spoil area was in the
time, the unit'a commanding officer under the directionof where they will have a chance to It Is also being emphasized that marsh area south of Mayport and
next Monday I
o. explained, because of the emergency -. appear on the Original Amateur auditions now being held are open directly across the Mayport highway
advance scout Buddy Page, arc
to provide the best trainIng Mainside& Hour's television show This tele- to all naval personnel in the Jack from the air station.x .
at the :
held daily
being '
for the greatest number of hours vision show, which emanates from sonville area-including officers, -
&S5. :
Lounge, building Theater Feb- enlisted men, civilian employees
men in the shortest possible time. the International on
1730 and
The Navy has found that this can are 0900 to 1130, ruary 20, will be a salute to NAS, and dependents. The auditions are
1930 to 2130. New Traffic
held the basis that thereis
best be done in formal schools To lie BroedctMt Jacksonville. being on
ashore, rather than with units final All Talent YVantal r no such thing as a professional
Those selected from a audition
which are actively engaged in operations. which will be held privately Scout Buddy Page emphasizedthat 'I entertainer Armed the uniform of the Route Eases

talent committee from the there are no strings attachedto
by a
However, training doen not atop I Original Amateur Hour, will appear auditions being held. "If a per I Any person, falling in the category
with graduation from the NATT on the February 7th showat son here has any talent at all- of eligible performers-who A.M. Backlog
Center schools, aa experienced NATTCenter auditorium. even it all he can do is whistle can sing, dance, whistle, play a
r' (Please Turn t. Page 2, Col. t) Enough talent ia being sought, "Dixie" we want him for this I musical instrument, Imitate, yodel,
-xFasron according to Buddy Page, to build show. No one is barred from preliminary play a washboard, play an oboe, If you have noticed that the
a two-hour, or more show, but only auditions. This Is a legitimate kazoo, bazooka-anything at all- backlog of traffic on Roosevelt
one hour of it will be tape record. search for talent to represent I will have a fair and equal chanceat boulevard approaching the Naval '
6 Raises ed for the play-back on February the Naval Air Station on a the auditions. Air Station is no more, it's no ac ,

$300 in 3 Days 15.The popular Original Amateur ;' : : cident.The posting of a traffic director

Hour show, including the mas. lt l ; at the intersection of the boulevard
For Polio FundThe ter of ceremonies Ted Mack himself ; and the turn-off at- the 1{

with his entire group, Will I North! Gate, apparently has-eased
spirit of the March of Dimes'campaign be tape-recorded at a performance the backlog of traffic and is resulting
V '
.. is running high among February 7th at 1530 at NATTC $ in a more even, flow of
the members of the crew of FAS- auditorium and rebroadcast nationwide 4 : traffic to both gates. This was
'Ron Six In the first three clays over the American Broadcasting revealed by Lcclr. Robert S. Uo -
of the project, the squadron raised System ]February' 15. nan, traffic director at NAS.
over $300 by contributions alone. Show !. Free Under; the present trafficpattern
"" Men of the squadron are wholeheartedly There will be no -admission only. inside lane vehicles -
supporting the campaign charge to the February: 7 show, from the boulevard, **
not only because of ita worthy all seats going on a first-come( 'I routed by the traffic director '
cause but also because of the keen 'irst-served basis. I 'I will enter the turn-off at the
divisional competition. To supplement Prizes will be awarded to the II North Gate. When the entrant ..h
the contributions, the men I winners, who receive their votes I II lanes to the North Gate are'
have devised several ways of raising via national phone calls and post filled inside lane vehicles will
funds. cards. I continue to the main gate.
One method J.s i a volleyball;;tournament Contestants will also hare an Personnel arc reminded that

between the divisionsof' opportunity\ to win a free all-ex- any attempt to enter the turnoff +

the squadron. A. kitty; t.1n dup I y' .... -+,-q-; N to the North Gatewithout
I for the winner of eathuin: ) dm. men routing from the traffic director
by every man in the division? t Durgin will constitute a traffic vio-
waling a set amount. The KUU lation.
then ,placed in the wUialngf: sad NATT II This method of routing vehicles
vision's Iron Lung. ;f' '-; From Roosevelt boulevard will
Another method used ii the TIn ', Calvin T Durgin, afford a continuous flow of traf1c -
: ,& of funds by holding raffle mander of the First I to either the main gate or
cameras rifles, and other,e q1ent. one time Commander, North gate and consequently expedite
Profits from the raffle 'Jacksonville is slated to I I the arrival of all traffic to
into the Iron Lung of the divv t, >=the post of Chief of a'i tAS.Twolane.
holding the raffle. ,. Technical Training this r i traffic will be utilized

The men of the squadron, .r' I ADMIRAL GARDNER GREETED-Commander, Second Fleet, when entering the North gate and
being indoctrinated as to IK l 'Duriln relieves Rear chats with Rear Adm. after admittance by the Marine
I Admiral Matthia B. Gardner, right,
Foundation for Infantile Pa; pvuld. M. Martin who will Vice Commander Fleet-Air Jacksonville during sentries, all vehicles. will proceedin
aids servicemen. It la believe to vice admiral and Alfred C. Montgomery, lane going east on Alber-
NAS Jacksonville last Friday. Admiral one, ,
of the .the First Fleet in the 1 his short visit to
... sv better understanding over at Jax while en route t. Key West. mark.Remember .
paifa Increase! the interest.'
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 25 January 1951 I

Report From Washington J 1
Jax Air News -

Of 18. S. Rocket Used ChineseRecruit
?t Station Published, Jacksonville every, Fla.Thursday for. Navy activities at Naval Air Copies By

II. NAS, Jacksonville
Capt.; Douglas T Day Commanding Officer
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell _..Executive Officer Training Cut From 11 to 9 Weeks
l. Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin.. ..__._____..__.__.___.....Public Information Officer :
Fleet Air Jacksonville
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander By Armed Torres Treiw Service The Army Chemical School will be relocated "
I Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff The Army has approved new insignia, for at Fort:< McClellan, Ala., next summer. The
the Armored branch. Officers' Insignia will bea World War I fort Is scheduled for immediate

Capt. Jesse S, McClure Fleet........Air........Wine............Eleven..................-_......... Commander crossed front view of an M-26 tank superimposed? on reactivation and will also be used as a Chemical .
Comdr. Joseph B Tibbets .......................................... Chief Staff Officer Cavalry sables in scabbards with cut Corps Replacement*Center* ,
ting edges up, and will be 13/16 inch in height;
Naval Air
Capt. Lester K. Rice ................-...,.-....Training..................Center. Commanding Officer Enlisted men's insignia is the same, except The Navy has released a list of Naval Resen'e -
in for
Comdr. John A Gamon, Jr. ..........'...................-.._..... Executive Officer The size wear on a one-inch disk. Staff Corps officers recommended for
Artillery will wear the old "crossed promotion. Nine were nominated for lieutenant
Naval Hospital field guns" insignia of the Field Artillery. commander and 2,532 were recommended for
J. Wharton ___
Capt. Dwight Commanding Officer the grade of lieutenant.
Capt. Guy E., Stahr Executive Officer The United Nations flag flown by the Battle- .
NARTU ship Missouri while engaged in the bombard- Rear A dm. II. Lamont nigh U the Navy'snew
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer ment of enemy-held territory on the east coastof Surgeon General. lie succeeds Rear Adm.
Comdr. Laurence Ruch._ .. .
Korea is on display in the U.S. Naval Acade- Clifford A. Swanson. .J
; Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration my Museum at Annapolis, Md. 4
building: Phone extension 8184. Among the Naval vessels scheduled for early 0/
Editor-Andrew 11. Planey The Army has stated that Chinese copies of return to duty is the veteran 27,000-ton air-
Staff Members: John L., Almond; Barbara Rickman SN; a U.S. World War II rocket were used in Korea craft carrier Essex, known during World WarII
Ed Nellist, AA. by Chinese communist forces. Results of an as "the flghtingest ship in the Navy." An-
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly n the U. S. Naval Air Station, examination of the rocket were made public in other large carrier the Bon Homme Richard,
Jacksonville. Florida, and pilnted commercially with appropilated fund answer to a report that they had been manu- is due to join the Pacific Fleet. Also being
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXUS P-35, Rev, factured in the U.S. The Army said it has been recommissioned are the submarines Tench
Nov." 1915 Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and determined definitely they were manufactmed Lionfish, and Scabbardfish, and the heavy
the U. S. Naval Hospital. in China in June,' 1950. cruiser U.S.S. Los Angeles.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a memoer ot the Armed Forces Press Service. Re .

of production other matter material except from by service these source publications must l 11 bear prohibited a credit without line. Republication permission The Army is seeking to re-enlist World WarII Marine Corps Headquarters has announced .-
cf Editor JAX AIR 1\E\VS. veterans of the old 10th Mountain Division, suspension during 1951 of annual rifle and pis- -
a ski trooper outfit. A training program is tol competitions among Marine Corps person

Are You An Offender? expected to be developed. .. at*Camp Carson, Colo. competition.nel, including civilian-sponsored small arm t

Princeton has announced '
Service Ribbons Are Important Part for a $3 million Unlver<y aeronautical research center plans as Recruit training" at Great -Lakes, III., and
a memorial to the late Defense Secretary JamesV. Newport R. I,, has been compressed from the
Forrestal.. It will undertake Government- usual 11 weeks to nine to handle a heavy

Of Your Dress Wear Them Right! sponsored research programs. rush of enlistments since the .recent---holidays.--

i; Service ribbons are always an important part of military Gen. Brice Visits
l dress-yet it is surprising how many service personnel wear Week-end

w their ribbons improperly Every man should take stock of '
NARTU Marines
himself and ask himself the question, "Am I one of these f
offenders 1"These HotesI.
WincjTafh Brig. Gen. William O. Brice, .
ribbons, many of. them bearing, arrows and small room Commander of Maxine Air Reserve
bronze stars denoting'combat action, were won and awarded Training, conferred with officialsof
with great honor. Uncle Sam is proud to present such awardsto zf NARTU'a Marine Air Detach-

its valiant fighting men. All servicemen should be just as NARTUand ment Air during Station his last visit the Naval

..._ proud of their decorations-proud enough at least to have I. General Brice met with :Major
them properly arranged when wearing them. "F-7U-The squadron has gone I I Thomas J. Weldew, Jr., AR. Thomas E. Mobley Jr., commanding
Personnel should acquaint themselves with the proper all out over this past weekend inI Congratulations to Ralph Good- officer of Marine Fighter
\ method of ribbon displays, as reported in the manual "United squadron organization and collat- win of this squadron on his re- Squadron VMF-144, and other officials ..
,. eral duties for all pilots. There is cent advance in rate from AMS1 VMF-144 will return to active -
: States Navy Uniform' Regulations. nothing to indicate this squadronwill to AMSCA. military service on March t.
Manual Tells All be called to active duty in On that date the members of the )

r. The manual reveals that the old style ribbon, % wide, the near future and all squadron I squadron will report to begin an s
members in Find ResultsContinued indefinite period of intensive train-
a com-
are turning
,: may be worn until October 1, 1951. The new style 3/a inch will bined effort to correct the faults

be the only type worn after that date. However,, the two reported to us by squadrons returning ( from Page 1) Ing.Last Peek's, trip to NAS marked
sizes shall not be mixed.It to active duty. graduate technicians are constantly General Bi ice's first since February -
c is further asserted that all service ribbons and decorations Regular Navy squadron organi- returned for refresher courses. 1950 when he> accompaniedRear
calls for all to be Five Categories Adm. Austin K. Doyle, Chief
r..: medals, and badges to which an individual is en- zation pilots
familiar with a collateral ground Today the Naval Air Technical of Naval Air Reserve Training! ,
\ titled, shall be worn in horizontal rows of three each without officer's routine and duties. We Training Command is spread from during his annual military inspection ...
intervals, if that number or more be possessed. If not in mul have a definite advantage over coast to coast, conducting trainingin of NARTU Jax. '

.l tiples of three, the upper row shall contain the lesser number squadrons called in the pasttwo five separate categxmes. These
months in that the word coming *P" schools over 100 officers and 1,800 enlisted -
the center of this row to be over the center of the one embrace the class
back from them has been very which provide trainees with the men, all permanently assignedto
below it. Ribbons be sewed to uniforms arranged on
may : or constructive. basic knowledge common to all this area. The schools training
bar or bars to be attached to the uniform. Let us aU get going so that we aviation specialists' ratings; the capacity will be 6,000 men. .-
,. On men's uniform ribbons may be worn on the left may qualify in every departmentif class "A" schools which equip men ------
breast with the lower edge of the bottom row approximately and when we receive orders. The with the knowledge necessary to
in that position if the uniform has no pocket or lapel Onwomen's squadron has lost one pilot to VF- attainment of a third class pettyofficer'8 Yanks Still Tops
742, Lt. (Jg) Joseph II. Elliott, rating Class "B" schools
r blue and white uniforms, one or two rows shall be who Joined NARTU Jax in May, lead to ratings as first class petty
:worn on the left pocket flap, with additional lows immediately 1947 officer and chief petty officer. As Woo Pitchers -

t. above the pocket flap. The arrangement of ribbons Farewell and good luck to the Other schools Include the class
seniority shall be from the top down and from inboard-out- following' enlisted men who have "C", conducting courses In par Say English, Gals
been transferred from VF-741 to ticular techniques or specific
'" board .
London (AfPS) Love, it's" ,
f'' items, and the class 0" which
fill billets
Order of Display Listed wonderful! And the girls in Eng r-
from this command: Horace E. gives specialized training to officer -
r' American decorations, medals, badges, and service ribbons Shuford AL2; James :J. Fanipinto personnel.. land Serviceman say the has it new all over American the local .
shall be worn in the following order. They are: Medal AMS3; Everett T Tucker, AD- The NATTCenter, Jacksonville product.At .
El and Oscar D. Lingerfelt, Jr., will conduct training on each of
r; ;
of Honor, Marine Corps Brevet Medal, Navy Cross, Distin- these levels in the fields of Avi- home, the American male It

guished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal), Silver AT3.We would also like to welcomethe ation Ordnance, Aviation Supply, usually told by visiting Euro- "
( Star Medal, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, following men to this squad and Aviation Electricity.A peans that someone should give

w ., 'f Navy and Marine Corps Medal l, Soldiers! Medal, Bronze Star ron. On behalf of skipper, Lcdr. monthly output of at least jolly them old a course England in the love.girls But want m I

:. ';P Medal Air Medal, Commendation Ribbon, Purple Heart, Pres- Frederick E. Wolfe, we extend a 1,000 men is contemplated when it their. men to act like the Yanks.
; ::: idential Unit Citation, Distinguished Unit Emblem, Navy hearty welcome to Hal W. Alger, reaches its peak operating capacity According to letters in Englishnewspapers I
ADEC; Harold C. Diool*, ALl; in June. The activity brings the old charm used .
., Medal #
( j Unit Commendation, Gold Life Saving (old and new),
1' 'J\\" Silver Life Saving Medal (old and new), Reserve Special Y r: seems by Servicemen to be present in World in the War Air II '

n Commendation Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct Medal. I < p u r k .:.4Fde3 I Force men manning American
.' Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, Army Good Conduct I bases. ,. ..
,I.,.', Medal), Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, Naval Reserve. Americans are said to be "gen-
Medal, Organized Marine Corps Reserve Medal, Marine Corps r tle," "polite" and "intei'esting J*

Medal, Victory Medal (World War I), Army of Occupation As one even girl give put a girl it, "Englishmencan't a goodnightkiss

'. 'It Germany Medal), China Service Medal), American without nearly breaking her

S'Reserve:': Defense Medal, Area Campaign Medals, Victory Medal neck."

):" (World War II), China Service Medal American Defense --

;" Service Medal Victory Medal) Philippine Defense Ribbon, r tI
n. < pW < DIVINE: :
"A'. Philippine Liberation Ribbon, Philippine Independence Ribbon f ,

fJ and Merchant Marine Medal. "
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c Forces Medical Advisory Com-
i mittee.In ; I.
Organize Agency ,
addition to the chairman, ,. THE STATION CHAPELS .

"" Which Will Join Dr. Richard Meiling, other mem- i A:4 .. Protestant I
bers of the new council are Maj '
Medical Services Gen. Raymond W. Bliss, Army "Y (Sunday School) I
(aval Hospital Chapel.
Surgeon General; Rear Adm. :
Washington (AFPS)-The Arm- .rAIL Saints ChapeL
Clifford A. Swanson, Surgeon ,
ed Forces Medical Policy Councilhas i
s been established by the Defense General of the Navy, and MaJ ,( Catholic

Department as the single Gen. Harry G. Armstrong, Sur- .Mass, St. Edwa d'. Chap .
medical policy agency for the entire General of the Air Force. -.t 3t. Edwards' Chapel (Crt.
military establishment.The AIR-GROUND SUPPORT S. Marines more foi, K,!:dtisna Class).
council will combine Three civilian consultants are ex- I Korea after their air units, in close eooperationt.with ground I '.
new Medical pected to. be named *>t a later flush. the enemy from hillside entrenchments.. Billow of: ass, St. Edward's Chapel.
Office of '
of the
" the unction! (MS at Hospital ChapeL
I Services and the Armed date. riM from the target area. ,:

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,1. ,r 25 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Pago Three

.. January ___ >_
-- ---- -- --
Red Cross Reports n

: Pint of Blood 1 : i\\itfj Comprisings From CompRon 62 I

After two in the Army,
years Wehrmacht from
i'i Gets To Front IRr { including 17 months overseas, and strong of Germany's positions along the Moder
f; b
: 15 months in the Navy, Albert J. River through the Siegfried Line
DuBrowa of Aliqulppa, Pa., a
;, ,
in 10 days.
/ -* PNSN attached to Composite
72 Hours -
*v Y 'w 4ag Squadron Sixty-Two says he Ills unit, the 141st Infantry

.. $ would not trade his blues for the Regiment, wa the first of the
Did you know that within '12; khaki. 36th Division's troop to crops

_ hours that a pint of blood do Recalled} to active duty with the Germany's boundary line.
mated to a Red Cross blood col I Navy last November, DuBrowa, DuBrowa's regiment :f o u ght

letting unit can be flowing who had served with one of the from Salerno, Italy, to the RhineIn
through the veins of a mar } nF r Navy's Reserve units at Neville 353 days.
wounded on a Korean battlefield?;? Island, Pa., and with an Army Reserve Mindful of his experiences in
Your blood, or someone else's; { component prior to his as- the Army, DuBrowa said he preferred
reached badly wounded Capt sociation with the Naval Reserve, the Navy in the event of
s*. John Tobin, commander of Company is frank in saying that the Navy recall to active service. In civilian
'B, 5th Marine Regiment,, has lived up to his expectationsfrom life he was employed aa -a clerkin
and saved his life. the day his brother-in-law, the Jones and Laughlin Steel
On a high Ko't can ridge, Cap. Michael Popovich, an electrician'smate Corp., at Aliquippa. He is now on
..t .. tain Tobin was struck by three first class, who is now servo a second military leave of. absence
"** machine gun bullets. One plowed ing aboard a destroyer in Greece, from. that firm. ,
into his side, digging a hole the urged him to join the USNR. Du. *. *

size of a man's fist. Two others Browa is assigned to the education Lt. (Jg) John H. Caplstran,
struck his left arm, severing an office of VC-62. whose home is in Chelsea, Mass.
artery.Captain. The Pennsylvania sailor was one the last week as
Joined squadron
Tobin was rescued, but of four brothers serving with the .
lost great quantities of blood., Army during World War II. He a photo pilot.A -
pints of plasma were ad. I was a TIn the 36th Division veteran fighter pilot who saw
ministered almost immediately which went through France and service aboard the carrier USS
a front line medical station. Later Germany between 1944 and 1046. Tarawa, which was recommis-
he received 13 pints of whole As a second gunner in a BAR sioned recently, Lt. CapiStran! had
blood. Some of the transfusionswere been a flight instructor at Pensa-
s" ,t squad DuBrowa was a part of a
given prior to surgical op- U S. unit that battered the bulk I cola for about two and one-half
erations, others, to build his -- years. He attended photographic
strength during convalescence. school at Pensacola before assign
Says Captain Tobin: "I owe n-E: ment to VC-62.
my life to the vhole blood and Correctly Identify These Aircraft He also served with Bomber-

plasma provided by the folks Fighter Squadron and Fighter
back home through the American And Win A Prize Squadron 2A..
Red Cross. oil .

So far, thanks to the folks back Jack D. ISarrett, ADI, one of
home, includiog many a serviceman a the squadron's "plank owners,"
r "* now in training, men on the Dancing Classes To was transferred last week to VP14 .
firing line have not lacked this at Norfolk, former home portof
lifeblood. The whole blood given VC-62. With him went Leonard -
to Captain Tobin reached Korea Begin At NurseryDancing Y S )5 i; B. Todd, AT2, who, althoughnot

through a regular air shipment instructions for chil 1V a "plankie," was a veteran

,' from one of 37 Red Cross region- dren at the Navy Wives Club Nur- member of the squadron.
4 al blood centers or hundreds of willbegin .
sery, located in building 560,
participating chapter collectingunits early in February, Mrs I The bquadron' basketball team
now In operation throughout Llnde Foisyth, Nursery supervisor emerged with a victory and a loss -

the U. S. The plasma he received announced. .. __ __ ____._m_.. __...___. __... _.__. n its first two games in the station's -
was from military stocks
intra-mural league.
built up from donations through Parents are requested to contactthe
the Red Cross. Nursery office to make registration Last Friday night the quintet
of for their children for the Com FairStarting Yeoman Identifies Aircraft; I drove to a 58-53 triumph over
Keeping ample, supplies
classes, which will be under the direction the U. S. Naval Hospital five In
whole blood,and plasma on hand
.. w for emergency treatment of of Mrs. Freeberg. Time Changed To Friday a Mtterly-contehUxl match after.
> wounded fighting men is a job The Nursery, which will accept losing its opener 56-45 to Operations
children from three weeks to sev- three nights earlier.
delegated to the Red Cross, and en years of age, is open from 0700 Throe wins by officers and a who I Jack Durbin, paced SixtyTwoto
) accounts for a major expenditure plaints by personnel receivetheir
trio of direct hits by enlisted personnel
s of the organization's funds.x to 2400, Tuesday through Friday; copies of the Air News late : its well-earned win over the
i 0700 to 1800 on Monday; 0700 to is the gunnery score to date afternoon hospital team with his bruising
Thursday or Friday I
0100, Saturday and 1200 to 2230, in the Jax Air News aircraft identification morning, no answers to the identification play. Teaming up with Durbin,
Forty On Hand At :, Sunday. contest. quizz will be accepted who collected 20 points during the

-x- Harry R. Plssinl, YNSN of Corn- prior to 0900 on Friday.To game, were Glen Petersen, who
Gray Ladies Corps Hearts In Right Place Fair Jax material office, boostedthe win scored: 15 points, and Bill Niehaus,
last the contest a participantmust
enlisted+ standing center and captain, who registered
Bi-Monlhly Meet But A Trifle Young Thursday when he registered a win first identify the pictured 14 markers.
planes as to type, nationality and
with these correct answers
,'* The luncheon meet- Pittsburgh (AFPS-The) Army designation and then submit the Admirable support also came
bi-monthly The top photo, according to Pis- Jim Edmonds, and
from big
Ladies Duvet recruiting office here recently correct answers, either by phoneat
ing of the Gray Corps, -
sini, pictured the British fighter Charlie Coughlin, another guard.
County Chapter, AmericanRed turned down three applicants for extension 216 or in person to
Cross, was held at the Offi enlistment because of age limi- Hornet while the remaining views the Jax Air News office, as soon Although short on reserves, the
shots of the
cers' Club: on January 18. Some tations. showed two different as .possible after the established team is long on spirit and fight
.. > 40 were present with Mrs. W. G. Buddy Todd, aged 10, and his same plane, a British Firebrand deadline. and is shaping up as one of the top

Burton, chairman, presiding.In brothers, Bobby, 13, and Tom, 11, torpedo-fighter. Since it is impossible to reprintthe contenders for final honors at the
a brief ceremony, Lcdr. said "We were pretty sure we 'Response to the Jax Air News previous week's aircraft photos conclusion of the season.
Hodge, Chief Nurse, presented' were too young, but we thought identification contest shows it is it is suggested that interested -.-------
the certificate to recent gradu- we'd ask. anyway." becoming increasingly difficult to personnel save their copies of the About 80 per cent of the people
ates, Mrs. Claudia S. Adams, Mrs. -- --- stump the station experts; Air News in order to check their jf China are fanners. It is estimated -

Mary E. Miles Campbell, Mrs. the out patient department.Mrs. I'or the benefit (>f new arrivals answers with corresponding pictures only about 12 per cent liven
Eloise D. Cowell, Mrs. June Dan- E. Davidson, Field Direc' to (lie station who would towns and cities.
:forth Downs, Mrs. Lillian E. ,Nelson tor and Miss R. McCall head rec- like to try for the $3.00 credit ------

Mrs. Joyce B. Seitner, and reation worker, American Red coupon, good on any purchase
Mrs. Maria G. Tanner. Cross, Naval Hospital, joined the nuuln in Malnslde Navy Exchange -
r .. Mrs. Billie Coates reported on chairman in thanking the Corps here is a recap of the -ATTENTION ALL HANDSHere's -
.f the wrapping service during members for their enthusiasticand ruled governing the content.
Christmas when gifts were wrap- untiring service during the Because of a number of com-
ped and posted for the patients. holidays. The activities of the ---- --
Mrs. Coates also reported special Christmas season were numerous Your Chance To AppearOn
services to recent guests of and ranged from shopping and Medics FindA

wounded servicemen. Mrs. Alma preparations of Christmas decorations The Original Amateur Hour
McCoy reported on a newly organized to letters home and Christ- I
I committee for work in mas parties. New Drug

To Ease Pain
I *

f. t I Washington (AFPS-The) Ar-

my Medical Corps recently had
: k high praise for a morphine sub- Jf you can sing, dance, -
stitute field-tested on the Ham-
... __ mung-Hunknam beachhead in play a musical instru- .
The synthetic drug is refined ment if you have any

1 from methadones, a chemical I' -yY-
1I I ar substance containing hydrogen, talent at all, .be sure to

h nitrogen, and carbon which was
found at the I. G. Farben chemical I audition for Ted Slack i

works in Germany, after
1I. World War II. and the Original Amateur 3'

The Korean tests were super
vised by Dr. Henry K. Beecher Hour Show to be

professor of research in anasthesia -
I.I.I. at Harvard University, and held her Feb 7. a. '
y consultant to the Surgeon Gener.
I. al of the Army. Dr. Beecher previously -1 5
had conducted extensive *
tests at the Massachusetts General

Hospital, Boston. Ted Mack
Beecher declared the
drug Dr. was as successful in the Preliminary auditions conducted daily by talent representative

beachhead tests under battle- 0900-2130 at Mainside Lounge, through Monday

field conditions as in the hospital Jan. 29 and Jan 25-26 at Green Cove J5prings.
trials under ideal condi-
i -
". tions.

STRETCHER ELEVATOR-This ffectrically-operated lift, The new synthetic, Dr. Beecher Stage Broadcast NATTG Aud.
displayed in Washington by. Military Itf Transport ,Service, lifts said, will make the Army independent II
two patients at once aboard a C-51. e device loads war-wounded of morphine, an opium February 7 1530
.: .in a safe, fast and comfortable man er Into planes or lowers themto derivative, and be, cheaper because i

waiting ambulances. Patients rlinainstretcher. in a prone, level. position;:, tht, components. Ire inex- I ,

while the lift arm swings the pensive. ....
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Page Four JAX' AIR NEWS '25 January 1951 '"
Trend Of The Times

Various Enterprises Seek New Homes '

As Navy Plans To:. Reactivate Sanford_

What happens to a Navy York Giants; the area houses an the overall training site was "".
Q. Y base-or any other military old folks home; families live considered quite a layout by

installation when it is in the building which houses baseball men. ..
the operations tower, and the Also hard hit with the -reactivation -
turned back over to
of the Sanford site
fellow who leases the airfieldfor
public, such as the govern- commercial flying grows will be some 350 old people,
ment did at the close of the long staple "Sea Island" cotton from the age of 60 to 97, who
p1 $ last war.Some and cattle feed between the live at the Fellowship Foundation -
occupying former
idea cf this was gleaned runways. the main administration

in a visit to the Naval Aux- ALL THIS however, now building. These buildings of the '

iliary Air Station at Sanford, must go as the picture will re- Fellowship Foundation were
Fla., which was decommissioned verse itself, as the Navy pre- partitioned off into private
y in August 1946 and which ito pares to turn the air station suites and rooms for members, J'
be reactivated by the Navyin back into the humming activity but now must be;) renovated for

i $1 May. it was during the war. military use.Although .
kIN t Since the Navy moved out at In his visit last week to San- the site and Its ..;.,:.
ri Sanford in 1946, leaving the ford, Capt. Douglas T Day; structures were used these Jt I
runways intact, besides the commanding officer of NAS, pas* few years for various enterprises -
many structures, the base has and also Commander Naval Air the structures have
housed a full-fleded{ civilian Bases, Sixth Naval District, aft been kept in fine condition.x .
hospital; it is the home of a conferred with local officials -
large ladies' ready-to-v:ear mail and civic leaders, enlighteningthem
L. order house; the air base boastsof further on the Auxiliary
Li. Wolfe Serves
one of the most extensive station and the Navy's plans
baseball training camps in the for it. Captain Day informed I

.. _._.._............_ ... .__._mm..._.__ .-country- -operated- _. -by---the' -..,4-New.,..- city needs officials for expanding of the pressing the air 'As Aide and Pt0V!

SANFORD TODAY-A visitor arm of the Navy, and asserted. -
to the SaaTord Naval AuxiliaryAir that the base would be put At HATTCenter
Station which is to be re- ;' < afa back into commission by May
activated in May would find
1 with as little inconvenienceas
scenes like this cotton growIng possible to lose now occu- Lt James Wolfe has been appointed \
between the runways and pying the site. to the position of aide to
families living in the opera the commanding officer of the
In photo Naval Aviation Technical Train-
lions building. top AT PRESENT the Snyder
notice the house curtains on Memorial Hospital is locatedin ing Center, it has been an
the second floor of the building nounced.A .
tie old dispensary. Sanford
that houses the operations officials asserted that if the native of New.. York City, LL.
tower. Henry O'Born left, bottom a hospital were to close, patients Wolfe was recently recalled tt r
a former NAS sailor himself would have to be moved else- active duty. Since his last term
shows Thomas Parker where and the nearest civilian of duty, which terminated in
AF3, of NAS some of the long hospital is in Orlando, which 1946, he has been engaged in television -
staple "sealand" cotton planted itself is overcrowded. and motion picture work in
between the runways of the duties
F New York. His
In what was formerly the old
air those of
with NARTU
Overhaul and Repair hangar
and ship's service, is housedan Public:: Information Officer.
extensive ladies' readytowear Entering Midshipmen's.
mail order house, operated school Immediately after his
t by the Florida Fashion, Inc. graduation from Loyola College in
The company at present has January, he was commissioned En-
some 50,000 dozens of dresses sign the following June. He saw
stored there. "service ,,1tlthe AmphibiousForces
in the Iwo Jima and
SALTY HUMOR, FROM TilE NEW YORK Giants who Okinawa campaigns and was ...

HERE AND THERE ,I operate one of the most com among the vanguard of forces
I' plete baseball training campsin which occupied Japan.In .
Notice on a bulletin board What Kind Of Soldiers the nation at Sanford, now civilian life Lt. Wolfe has .
Will the Serviceman who took a will have to cut short their been associated with Milton XX
fur coat by mistake from Lynn's training period. The Giants Swartz, an independent film producer
Ballroom please return the Do Chinese Reds Make? have built seven baseball dia- in New York, as a writer
blonde who was asleep in it? No monds, plus using acres of landto and director. As a member of tbTelevision
questions asked. What sort of soldier is the Chinese Communist? Is he fearless? keep baseball players in con- Writers Group, Auth
Is he disciplined? What kind of training has he had? In other words dition. The Giants housed their ors' League of America he has

Wife: "Here's a scientist tryingto how does he stand up in battle? players in the old BOQ, and written several TV shows which:

prove that worms think." Since the Red conquest of Nationalist weaknesses." Fred Hampson, As. -- --- have appeared on network pro- ""..
Husband: "I think- China, the tactics and grams. .
Wife: "Yours may be .an exceptional scciated Press Hong Kong bu- VP-3 Man IsCommended -----
case, darling." training of the Chinesi Commu- reau chief and long familiar with

nist soldier appears to have been the Chinese Communist soldier Square Dance Course
changed. Comparing his present writes that people in Red China
time there a
upon a operations in Korea with those have been heard to say many Offered In Jax =
and girl penguinwho
boy penguin a Being
during the campaign to control times, "The best thing about Chi-
met at the Equator. After a China, vast differences are noted.It nese communism is its army-the I For outstanding performance
charming interlude the boy pen- must be remembered how- is fine, the rest oi it is aVful of duty during Operations Cor- I II The Jacksonville Recreation Department -
guin went to the North Pole and generalities never apply in army. I vex, Fleet exercises held in November : will offer a course in
the girl penguin went to the ever, of last year, Ernest R. square dancing in the Legion Au-
individual cases. Red is
certain The Chinese
South Pole. Later on, a telegram army Rogers, AMC, of VP-3 was t Jitorlum, 311 West Duval Street,
arrived at the North Pole stating For instance during the siege composed of three types of awarded a commendation at a starting Thursday February L
simply] : "Come back, I am with or Shanghai during the late units. The lowest is the people.s meritorious mast held last week of the courseaiill
'40s it 50 hours before militia who are part-time Primary purpose
Byrd. Communist, Wok strategy was able troops, approximately] five million by Comdr. Gilbert J. Frauenheim, I be to instruct residents of this
to figure out how to outflank in number. Next on the commanding officer of the squad-. area in square dancing so they In
about thatmountain"
"Is there any legend ron. aim can teach others.
the District
tourist an inferior Nationalist force. ladder: are troops, J
asked the
"Two I Whereas, in Korea, the' Chinese numbering an estimated two A portion of the citation re- Jimmy Clossin, nationally farness -
"Yep was reply. Communists overpowered UN and a half million, whose job it ceived by Chief Rogers reads as i square dance instructor from
lovers once went up back the moun-" forces through sheer superiority is to patrol military and political follows: "As a result of your tire ,, El Paso, Texas, will conduct the
tain and never came again. of numbers and, in a few days, control areas. The main less efforts in supervising the rourse. Only persons 16 years of
? And what -
that happened
"Is so the tourist asked turned back the onrushing! Allied striking force of the Red China performance of the personnel in ige or older are eligible to enroll.
to divisions. army is the Regulars. Numbering the structures division, you con- Classes will be held from 8 until

breathlessly down t'other side." Reports on' .the combat effec- about 1,200x000, they are tributed materially to the maintenance 11 pm. on February 1, 2, 8, 9, 15,
tiveness of the Chinese Reds are the troops who carry the fightto I and readiness of squad md 16. The instruction fee is (6per
conflicting. An American mili- the enemy. ron aircraft"Chief person. No one will be permitted -
There's a Broadway showgirl who reported to to enroll after the course
tary attache, on duty in Nanking The Chinese Communist soldieris I Rogers,
who claims she's descended from
when that city was conquered identified by his mustard-yel VP-3 one year ago from VF-83, is s long line-that listened her to. mother once said the Red soldier was "rough, low uniform in the summer. The ,I now slated for duty as instructor T h o s a desiring registration ',
foolishly tough and nasty!I" A Frenchman same color is used in the padded at the newly reactivated Na- blanks and/or further information
Sometimes -the-most- beautiful I under the same circumstances, I winter uniform. I val Air Technical Training Cen- I egarding the course are asked to

word in the,English language is said: "He is good, but he has his AFPS). ter.MOVIE (ontact the Jacksonville Rpcreaion -
311 West Duval
Department, f'
the word "Men" on a door.
Street, telephone
Tact: the art of making your x
guests: feel at home when you

wish they were. Navy Plans Fast

Restricted news: A piece of in- Undersea Subs
side information you get from

civilians. For The Future

Once there was scientist who
crossed homing pigeons with Washington (AFPS) The
woodpeckers so he could get a Navy is developing a new type ,
bird that not only delivered the ubmarine which can stay sub-
message, but knocked at the door ir nerged indefinitely it was d> -
first. ':"' losed here recently.

-.' .< : r Theoretically, the new craft
She took first prize in a beauty :< R tt'h: ould do 26 knots an hour while

contest, but they made her take '. ,\;\' submerged and 30 on the surface
it back. Navy officials indicated that the
---- l. ; :4 lew-type high speed submarines
Personnel InvitedTo q not too long in the future.

I The Navy also announced plan
Nurses, Dance .. _(. ._ _.. -- to improve three air stations as
---- -
L-: -- -
Enlisted personnel at NAS Dance are I STAR VISITS-Warner Brothers star Ronald Reagan., lifbi stops to supply I a missingpiece I nester Jet fields. Facilities wille
Invited to attend a Nurses'! of the jig-saw puzzle being worked Kerean battle patient at the,.Naval Hospital here. > developed at the Brunswick;
tonight at St. Vincent's Hospital. I Left John W. Bare SN; Cpl. Richard.Lute awl Pfe, Veil I::. jMack.'Reagan was feted Ae., South Weymouth, Mass., and r
The" dance Is given by the JuniorCUfia to right are ** .'..... At tfct rtt...4og of his new pIt'WreStorm Quonset Point, R. I., Naval Air >
and will be held in the main t at the "O" Club before rttunung to jax... I.'1.a t.*'*"***. **. ,.,. ,. : I Stations. ,.
f 4N" '.r : ;; i 1
Warning. : : J't-4. ;r.., t.
of the feoepital. ... .
dining room "> .. {
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} 1951 JAX Am NEWS Page live. ,
.. January -- ,_. -- --
'''l : Get In On The Know-

Kula Gulf Set
: '
All Servicemen Should Realize

< for The Active Navy hM announced Service that the Savings Features Of NSLIFew :r;

} the U.S.S. Kula Gulf ia being prepared 1
for active: service. Work has servicemen realize the saVmg features in National Service +
now begun at the Boston Naval Life Insurance. Few realize that a large part of the premiums paid :

"ii. _w_ Shipyard; and she will be placedin on a converted plan go into a reserve in your insurance accountIn

commission[ again on or about an ordinary life plan, more full amount ;il
February 15.r' 1 1x than 50 percent of the first year's you are protected by .1'
'" 'ik available.
The Kula Gulf (CVE-108)) was payment is deposited to your
,: one of a group of escort carriers credit. The percentage'of savings It is very Important to keep ,
I designed during World War II to increases each year of payment. your beneficiary designation up ,1 r
date case children are born :
with air In the higher plans, a
.::. 1 preside ocean convoys beneficiariesare !
after the original
rover She w as built by the Todd- greater percentage is put aside in named. ff;
in Tacoma,
Pacific Shipyards reserve '
Washington, and launched in Aug- For example: In a 20paymentlife If you do not provide will not for be them in- 4"\

ust of 1844 The following May1Bb.P plan, in excess of 70 percentof eluded specifically, they settlement and ,
In commission, wH first year's premium is in aiy ,
was placed your cold. ',
be "Ie't out in ,1'I
Capt. John W. King commanding. earmarked for savings. In a policy may You ),i
Pacific I of this issued at 25 I Check your own case. may
Although she joined the type age
Fleet too late for combat, the Ku for $10,000 the minimum Cash change or add to and your settlement j
la Gulf performed valuable service Value in 20 years is 504580. of beneficiaries

'..; In bringing men home from the ... ..... ... ... This amount is over 100 percentof options as often as it necessary ',,
rl don't it
Pacific theater in 1045 and 1846 GETS FIRST ID CARD-Robert D. Balboa, DN, right, became all annual premiums paid. This -but put :
Her "Magic Carpet" duty earned the first NAS man to receive the new Armed Forces identificationcard savings would be' increased by There are many other features :'
her the Occupation Service and which will be regulation for all Armed Forces personnel after any dividends paid within the 20 which make NSLI the most desirable I

China Service Medals before she June 30, 1951. Issuing card to Balboa is Lt. George Patterson, left, year I insurance for you. Information :
joined the Atlantic Reserve Fleet assistant Security officer. Converted Plan booklets are available
b by directive of January, 1947. The same principle !'s true on ComFairJax, Benefits and Insur '
Escort carriers of her class are all converted plans' of NSLI. Aft- ance Office, main administration ';

"" named for capes and islands and Fasion Six VF-41 Report er one year the amount saved is building, room 203 or at any Vet- "I
bodies of water. The Kula Gulfis always available to you as a cash erans Administration office.

also named for one of the bitter emergency fund, or YOIl may bor- Gratuitous Insurance (free) K.
battles of the Solomons campaign row against it at a low rate of interest R. 9911 may become law soon. ,
s;, '"e On the night of July 5-, Scouting The SquadronsFasron and the insurance remainsin As this bill now reads, if you have '
1943 an American task force un- force. not held a permanent or convert
.. ,': der Rear Admiral Walden L. Alns- Another advantage of convert. I ed type of insurance when this 1'

worth, slugged it out with the To- I Six-Thirteen men from Robert ADC, third ed NSLI is the level premium bill becomes law, you will forfeit t
\ award Rhyne,
; '
) ky Express until the Japanese Fasron 6 were awarded. total of Roland Schneider which remains constant throughout your privilege of ever having a
l', broke off, the action. 23 god conduct medals at the award (clasp second); and and third aW8I'd. the period of the contract. low premium permanent type insurance fi;

.. ,; Capt. Alden D. Schwarz, of Boston squadron inspection'last Saturday. ADI, Term insurance, on the contrary, which is now offered "

.. Mass will take command of The men receiving the decorations I I increases every five years (if through NSLI.NSLI '.
the Kula Gulf at the time of her Are Sanford Andrews, ADI, sec- \ }-& -A welcome aboard was made renewable by Congress) -y.wi M
re-commissioning ond award; William Bailey, ACC, extended to Robert H. Currier, and becomes prohibitive in cost I

: ---- -- first, second and third award; Joel ADE3, from Haveihill, Mass., when you can least afford to pay Share
Bridges, ADC, third award; Jack Leonard E. Morgan ADE3, of At- the higher premium. Regardlessof I

Limit RecruitingFor Bruce, ADC, third award, James lanta, Ga.; John Nyenhuis, ADE3 how long you pay for it there I

Christ, AMCAF), second, third Whininsville Mass., and Don- are no savings accumulated. Due In March 'I
and fourth award; David Davis, ald A. Walden, AOU3, from Levit- Retirement Plan
January AOC, first and second award, town, New York, who reported to You may also use NSLI as part 1
(AFPS) First
James Gormley, AN, first award, VF-41 recently. of your retirement plan. A ma- Washington -
Regular Navy recruiting will be Willie Gormley, ADC, third award, A flying start was taken by the tured endowment may be takenin payments of National the second Service :
4 limited for the remainder of Jan- Olin Mapes, AD2, first award, Ho- VF-41 quintet I in the intramural monthly income rather than dends from not ex- ';'l
uary to 21,200 because recruit mer Parker PRC, first, second and basketball league as they amassed cash, if you so desire. On a $10- Life Insurance be made now are until some .,
training centers at Newport, I third award; Harry Parnell, ADC 116 points during victories oerthe 000 policy, this would pay you pected to the Veteran* iJ
> Rhode Island, Great Lakes, Illinois (AP), first, second and third Marine team and Fasron 109, $55.10 per month for 20 ;years; time in March,has announced ,''i,
and San Diego, California, while the opposition garnered 54 $68.70 per month for 15 years, or Administration i will be small.
have reached the limits of their combined. :$96.10 j per month for 10 years, New dividend h Ufit "aid .

capacity, the Navy has announced I Chief MurphyCommended Speedy Maurice G Tevault, and corresponding larger monthly er totaling than $2,800,008,000 last because year
.,. ATAN, covets the center slot for riod payments. over a pe-I the first dividend covered an ,
'"" It was emphasized that the limI- VF-41 with teanjmates Ensign The div- '
tation recruiting is a If you elect to receive it over eight-year I
on Rich-
placed and
Billings Ensign
Randy the
idend will cover years tj
the 20 can really see
temporary measure and will be iemoed ard Dick filling the forward posts. years you would 194850The '
that $10,000 policy
as soon as space becomes A commendation and a recom- Ensign Richard Allen and Lt. (jg) a pay V.A. said dividends for '
out $13,244 to Endowments
available at training centers. mendation for promotion were tendered John Sullivan are the starters at you. with Jannary and Feb- ;'
60 65 and policies
maturt at age or are
The eight continental recruitingareas R. Murphy, ",
will be
to Clarence guard. NSLI anniversary dates
available under Generallyit ruary ,
were authorized to send 30.- AMC, an instructor in the Airman The all important reserve is not advisable to purchase mailed to policy holders some
000 recruits to the three centers School at NATTQmter, in the un- strength ia given by Lcdr. Charles insurance until time in March.
higher premium
during the week ending Jan. 13. it's first commendation mast held Ainsworth, commanding officer of .-- -. -- -----
They were to send 6,200 duringthe last Friday. VF-41-and former Mississippi College I

week ending January 20, and The commendation was read by i star; John Switzer, AFAN, .

January Capt. Lester K. Rice;NATTC com- Lt. Louis Fields, Lt Duncan Rags- I II EARl WILSON Says I -. I IThey

recruit- manding officer in his office, with dale, and Ensign Thomas Hand
Recruiting ceilings: by Lcdr. Karl Gustafson and Lcdr I and Jack Gracey. .
remainder of
Ing areas for the I
January follow; 1st (with head- Charles W.received Johnson the in citation attendance.for I Shipping over for six years was tell of the deaf old lady when he caught her Someone
York 3,280, 2nd Murphy the decision of John Carlton said of California motorists:
quarters at New ) naval base. One' )
lived a
who near
his outstanding work as a mem- Switzer AEAN, of. VF-41 and Cov- "
Baltimore take driving lessons
with headquarters at ), They don't
( battleship fired a 21-gun
109 while on day a
2500, 3rd (with headquarters at ber of Fasten at NAS Corpus Chris- ington, Va. Previously attachedto Va. salute. The d.o.1. got up smoothedher they take aiming lessons" xY,
tached duty 102 at Norfolk ,
Atlanta), 1,740; 4th (with headquarters detached duty at Squadron hair and said sweetly, 'Come Times are so tough in Hollywood, "
at Columbus, Ohio), 1- U While on Switzer now has completed I folks out there are marrying peopie
at Corpus Christ, Chief Murphy fur- years, of service. Presently amember In" married before "
t 25, 5th (with headquarters and material they never r
Chicago), 3,080, 6th (with headquarters nished maintenance 861 : of the VF-fl. basketball Game for seasick sailors: "TakeIt A fellow watched a clumsy rhum-
Patrol in
at Omaha), 2,120; 7th support to to move to team, Switzer was very active or) Heave It" Plunging : ba dancer and exclaimed, "Js "j

(with headquarters at Dallas),'3- which Jacksonville.The Is preparing. sports while in high.- -school...- .. necklines certainly give a man I there no talent to this .:woman'sJanice I
080, fcth (with headquarters at in --- something to look forward to .
Salt Lake City), 3,475.Servicemen's : commendation reads, Actress Janice Paige agrees thata
_x- part: "The commanding officer, New Staff Member r girl who tries to look like she's I I
If Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron I
.. Club been poured Into her dress is ofte%

Slates Two Dances on 109,jour is pleased outstanding with Fasron to commend performanceof 109 For Air Wing 11 .a,little. Rudy too Vallee's big for laugh the container line: "I ,t

I Service per'aonnel can begin duty am now at the age apietty
Christl and,
making plans to attend two future Unit 0105 at Corpus girl looks twice at me, I '
dances at the Red Shield Sen'ice- in addition, through observation of Newest addition to the Fleet check to see whether my clothingis

men's Club, atop the Beach Bus your untiring diligence and per- Air Wing Eleven staff is Lt. (jg) properly adjusted' Women

Station in Jacksonville. severance to overcome obstacles John W. Ladosz, who reportedhere aln.t what they used to be. They
The Green' Cove Springs Naval that would delay completion of after duty aboard the USS used to be girls And what is a ..
.. the "Vocal work assigned to you in this APA: 224.
Base Band, featuring Randall, a bachelor but a man who can puton
Maids", will play for dancing February squadron area, does by this Utter for, Lt. (jg) Ladosz comes to Fleet his socks from either end
+\ 3 at the club. Another big recommend you be considered Air Wing Eleven staff with an i An Army liaison plane came
\! J dance on St Valentine Day, February promotion to commissioned warrant excellent background for wing down In a nudist camp because,
17 will be a formal affair. status in the U. S. Navy. com- he'd a
work He is a patrol plane the pilot explained, seen
, --- mander in the PB4Y2 type air- landing stripDescription.
craft, served with Fleet Air : "The sergeant looks
Wings One and Two in the Pa- like a box of Duz that did it once
(' ... cific, and put in 12 months of too often" The Bible says
-f flight testing electronic ,equipment the meek shall inherit the earth r

at NADC, Johnsville, Pa It doesn't mention what they've ,

At Replacing Lt. (jj) Danny Kri- done to deserve such punishment
er, who was transferred to Gen- A lot of TV singers seem to '
eral Line School, Monterey, dress like a lady. Lady Godiva, ;$Wp S
t;_ ; Calif. Lados7 will become the that is Private Flubb has
,SS Wing,s new flight officer. found a use for beat-up shirts with 1 'f) t,

: ( tC Ladosz entered the Navy; in with frayed collars He wears 'em
June 1940 in New York, receivinghis Some football fans like to cel-
initial training at Newpprt, ebrate between,fifths Signon
R. I., later transferring to NAS a golf course in Scotland: "Do
Norfolk, where he served as an not pick up golf ,balls until they
I aviation mech. lie received noticeof have stopped) rolling" Whena
selection for flight training woman meets a man who can
her in the -she d
while a "first class. After primary look straight eye
t training he took advanced better do something about her fig
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I training and eventually won his i I ure. 'E
at Pensacola.Paraplegics .
t commission
Ie 9 a lac -x- I I As any serviceman can tell :you, Paige
a naturalist la a guy who throws
In Business naturals You know why end?" It's easy for Rff

. Memphis, Tenn. (AFPS)-Four some women don't like mustaches* Wheel to start* skidding. w
. --- World War II have Because they don't look good in
4 NETS COl\I\f1\IENDATION-ClartDte! K. Murphy, AMC, right, veterans of 'em The hardest thing for a man to
and opened a jewelry store here. They of the
instructor at NATTCenter receives a commendation recoramtndalion remember is often the name
Ii from Lester K. Rice, NATTC com. wait on customers in wheel he told: he'd never forget. '
for promotion Chasing a gal sever got a man girl
r All four are paraplegics,
* > jaaanding officer during ceremonies last Friday. Murphy won the paralyzed from the waist down. in trouble. The trouble started ,(<)Jel'pIa'b&J Po t-IUU Syndicate:
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,... Fasron Six GetsInfraMural ]
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0With "I "I : ,1.i ,, Volleyball Trophy ...

) /: t\\ ); ; ": The championship volleyball tro- J

.'.. -.....".' ,;Bj'" :l'i' ,' \ ,. :r,, ,[i".A. ,. phy for the 1950 NAS Intramural ....
( '\) ''''' \i\liJj\: league was presented to the crack
';' ; ;' J ; \ : ': ; ') Fasron Six volleyball. team at a ;

I """ ", J ,V,< ." 'i.t'tf. ;; .:, .,' "","" o," ,....." .,.,. :; for the Cram team, ADC accepted, acting the-captain trophy

':fyt" } from Comdr. Morgan, commanding I
r_ _ ._ ,Ed Nellist :i a P' L.1; 'i j officer of Fasion 6, at the cere-
Time out for a look at all of the recreational opportunities monies. .
available around the station.If .' 1'1...';,,,,, ;. "" : Sparked by Lcdr. Thomas Abbott

you are an old timer here at NAS you might think f ; :"I' :'? and John M. Cram, ADC I
and with
two net
that you know and use all of the facilities, but bear with us t1 ,r ; r j h an able supporting men cast, the Faa'r
,while we let the new arrivals in on what can be done in your ,; ; 1 ron 6 combine raced through station ,

spate time. Perhaps you might find a few things that you #). :. 'I' .' .. .. ,. league competition with a I
weren't aware of. > ., lone loss to O&R. >.
,2i; : In the playoff game with NAR. |
For those that care to participate actively in organized TU, Fasron 6 dumped the reserve
there station varsity teams in all of the major
sports are six with three straight wins
sports and there ale also squadron teams for intra-mural I .' .-- -- Winner of the NAS intramural
competitions.For VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS-Members of the station champion' league trophy for the past two
Fasron Six with their the Fasron 6 netters hav
I volleyball team pose trophy presented to years
those that prefer to get their exercise individually them at ceremonies last Saturday. Fasron Six setters are, kneeling, J lost only one game in each of the
there are many chances'for it. Lawrence Moran, AKAN; standing! Clyde Smith, PR2; Merald two regular seasons.o'
; Scattered around the base you will find tennis courts, I Woods, ADC; Isaac'Finnell, ABC; Newman Willis, AMC; John -- ------
handball courts, gyms, baseball diamonds, basketball courts, Cram, ADC; Charles Schreck AMAN and Dean Miller, ADAN.
team members Lcdr. Thomas Abbott team
Missing are captain
I ; Intra-Mural
swimming pools (both indoors and out), a golf course, a .Warren Sticron, ADZ, and Hugh. Hatchings, AM3.VolSeybnllefs.
driving range, a horse-shoe pitching pit and bandminton -- ---- -

I courts, deck shuffleboard, bowling alleys. We could go on Swim Meet

i for some time yet, !but we think you get the idea by now. nlsity

1 Just drop} by the Mainside Gym any time from 1300 to On DocketPlans
: 2200 and you will find the place alive with diversified ac-

tivity. Enter Stole are shaping up for the, \
Plenty of Activity Tourney intra-mural swimming meet to beheld ,
late in February, intra-mural
Boxing gear from gloves and speed bags to a full size director Frank McCaf- .
Eleven members of the NAS varsity volleyball team will jour- ... ..
sparring ring are constantly in use along with the basketball fery has revealed
I' ney to the Florida west coast Saturday to participate in the second
.. floor. L that L is presently being? scorched by the fivegameadayscneauie annual St. Petersburg YMCA volleyball. -tournament. McCaffery of the stated first that Intra-mural'In anticipation
-- -
of the intra-murai league.If Composed of seven players
swimming meet, it is hoped thata
I FASRon 6 volleyballers who
you are interested in physical culture there is a complete from the intra-mural championship will make the trip are: Lcdr. satisfactory number of entrants
FAS Ron 6
aggregation a
training set-up consisting of bar bells, high horizontalbar quartet of volleyballers from O Thomas H. Abbott, Newman R. indicate their interest in this activity

an inclined plane, rowing machines, mats for wrestlingand &. R, the NAS squad will face Willis, AMC, 'Isaac W. Finnell, to merit its continuance"Both
trampaline. some of the top Florida volley. ADC, John J. Cram, ADC, Mer- team and Individual
a ball teams the tourney. ald R. Woods, all five of whomare awards are planned for the meet
You will also find badminton and volley] ball courts, a in members of the AAU tourna- that is scheduled to be held at the
Among the FASRon 6 players ment squad, and two Indoor Pool, February 30.
ping-iwng table and deck shuffleboard are available for those who will make the trip are five newcomers
1 that want something a little less exerting. veteran ball handlers who last Clyde R. Smith PR2, and Dean The events scheduled are* BO
M. Miller ADAN.
meter free style, 50 meter backstroke ;
i There is one of the finest 18-hole golf courses to be yea won-helped second FASRon place spot gain a in hard-the -x-- and CO meter breast stroke,

J found in the vicinity, on the base. Out at the golf course Florida State AAU Tournamentin 100 meter free style, 300 metermt'dley
they have a driving range where you can get a bucket 'of Tampa Infra-Mural and 400 meter free style

t balls for a very small fee and drive to jour heart's content. Pre-tourney data indicates that I relay. r
Cage Standings
The has that be checked out for hunt- the NAS squad ill engage many ,
i armory guns can
of the same teams in Saturday s The Henderson Goorfe Ho
for both
standings leaguesup
ing by showing a valid hunting license. contests that FASRon battled in to Tuesday: ,

: All of the necessary equipment for these and other State Tampa,University including, Indians th3 Florida, who AMERICAN LEAGUE I I' In Blind Bogey PlayDave
activities be had Extension 593 I
sports and can by calling captured top honors in the AAU W L
and placing your lequest. Because there is a heavy demand meet. ComFaiiJax: : 3 0 i Hen rson and Paul
deadlocked for top !
on most of the equipment it is best that you make your re- Excellent YMCA. squads from NARTU Fasron-6 3 2 0 1 In last week's blind bogey tourney .
quest early. West Palm Beach, Miami, Tampa VF-41 2 1 both posting net scores of 70.(
4 .* and fraternity teams from various VP 861 1 2 Henderson grossed an 80 with a .. .-
Florida colleges are also ex- VP 3 I 2 10 handicap, while George shot an
Plans for a spring bowling league are under way. An pected to enter the tourney.; Personnel 1 2 88
organizational meeting is to be held at 1000, January 30, in Bolstering the veteran tourna- Marines 1 2 Chuck Fonvielle's 96,*with a 11
Building 930. All teams interested should have a representative ment players from FASRon 6 on Fasron 109 I 2 handicap, netted him second place
the squad Ken Green, with 80. Charlie Miller and
the Navy are Dispensary 0 3 an
present at meeting. AD2, Joe Benczak, ADI, James Bernie Hendricks deadlocked for
The deadline for entering the league play will be 1200, Nunn, AMI, and Joe Simons ADI. NATIONAL. LEAGUEW L third place with 77's. Both shot
February 1. from the able O & R intramuralvolleyball VP 5 2 0 92s while working with a 15 hand.
team that handed
.11I Physical Training 2 0 leap
For all of the baseball aspirants it has been announcedthat FASRon 6 their only loss of the Overhaul & Repair 2 0 I I Henderson also took closest to
season.. during. station league play. Supply' l' 1 the pin honors when his tee shot
baseball team will ---- -- -
spring training for the station varsity VC62 1 1 landed two feet from the pin on '_ "
start February 26. Winners Listed In Hospital 1 l I number 16. Bill Chase powered P
*. Operations 1 l the longest drive on number 17
Officers Wives Meet VA 45 0 2 and Chuch Fonvielle came through
What was the lowest scoring basketball game that you 1st Lieutenants 0 2 i with the' longest putt on number
have ever witnessed? If you have ever seen a game where Adrian and Linda Back snared VF 42 0 2 18. r
the final score was less than 10 for each team let us know list'place honors in last Sunday's
ffleer's Wives monthly -
group .
about it.We. two-ball foursome tourney by Real Name Was Stanislaus Kiecal!
remember a high school game between Elkhart and carding a low net of 33. Bill and
South Bend Riley (Indiana) where the final score was, Blk- Martha Rusk combined to register Practically every answer that be readily answered by all.

hart, 5; Ililey, .1. Perhaps the strangest thing about it was a the 42 class for] low B play gross low honors.In net was. was received to last weeks Air The boxer mldlleweight in question from was Detroit a-

that a man on the losing side scored 5 points, three for his tallied by Porter and Betty Bedell News Sports Quiz contest was scrappy Mich., who was shot and
side and two for the winners. with' a 36. Paul and Estell correct but unfortunately only kiJJed by Walter Dipley, October -
George marked a 45: for low gross one winner Is allowed. 15, 1910, In Conway, Mo.
auiels Jack Taylor, AMI, of the Between the years 1903 and
The Fliers have been doing a fine job of playing basket- A low net of 33 by John and Inspection Department at Over- 1910 he entered the ring a ..
ball but the attendance at the games has been very slack. It Haze Hirst captured first place haul and Repair was the wintotal of 61 times, winning 49of
r'. would be nice if a few more could get out and make a little in the C class while Bill and Margaret ner supplying the first correct these bouts by a K. O. His
NATTC Hendricks turned in a low answer to the Query: "Who most famous fight was with
down to
the What give a run
w noise for boys. say,
the tint to Joe
gross of 50. was man fight Billy Papke in San Francisco,
>.. Auditorium tomorrow night and see the game between the In Class] A the longest drives Louis after the Brown Bomber Nov. 26, 1908. His real name
". Fliers and Eglin Air Force Base. were recorded by Bill Brockhaus won the heavyweight title in was Stanislaus Kiecal! What
:"; ----------- and Fuz Weber, and the longest 1937?" The answer is Tommy was his ling name?
A recent press conference revealed -1 A few years back the Cubs' putt was made by Chuck tonvlelle. Farr. The Louis-Farr SighS The first correct answer to
that the St. Louis Cardinals and the Cardinals were engaged went the full 15 rounds with. today's question wins a free full
were the highest paid ball club in in a Memorial! Day morningafternoon Paul Herndon and Estell Georgewere Louis winning by decision. course meal at the Civilian
t 1950. double header. Cliff Heath- the hardest drivers in Class Far today's sports question Cafeteria, good any day of the
B competition. we again delve Into the realm week.
Yale Guard Jack Downey broke cote played left field] for the RedBirds Bob Larsen and Barbara Barker of boxing history and come up To allow for an even distribution -
.\ his leg in the 1950 Columbia in the morning, was tradedto wielded the sticks that produced with one that we feel will of the Air News no ,j
game. his brother Bill, playing a I Chicago at lunchtime and the longest drives and Lola Mul- cause a slight rattle in your answers will be accepted before '.
'" ftoeh game with Columbia, broke played the night game against his ins the longest putt in the Claw grey matter but one that will 0900 Friday.I' .
,,' his the same afternoon. morning terminates. C pIAl.w .

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25 January 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
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Boxers -' Plasm Drop 7th, 68.64

;j. To Mocs In Overtime

... |; Golden

Five Jax Navy's Fliers dropped their seventh game in 13

m NAS boxing' starts Tuesday night, finishing on the short end of a 68-64

.r out daily at count with the Florida Southern Moccasins in a slam-bang

in overtime fray played at NATTCenter auditorium.
i Failing to score until ten minutes
Golden J of play had elapsed, the Fliers Two games remair. on the
held L '"came from behind in the schedule for the rest of January.
Jacksonville losing; minutes of the period to Monday the Fliers will be gun.
winners of end with a 30-27 halftime lead. nmg for revenge against the
Moccasins out in Green Cove squad at home and
tourney will front 8-0 before the Navy quintet Wednesday they will travel to
Tournament : was able to mark a tally with Camp LeJeune.In .
that will be 1i the first five Flier scores coming losing to Green Cove Bullets

__ :-s ruary in New from charity tosses, center Mc Monday night the Fliers evenedthe
record at 6-6. In a hard
for tho first two-
Four of the Kay one
fought contest the Flier were unable
J perienced point count. to come up to their usual
squared circle blocs Tie Score form. Even though the Fliers hita
t to hold their Bob Becker had his consecu greater percentage of their shots
K position, while tive free throw streak: stopped at from the floor than usual, they
comer. : 32 straight when ne missed on his were not able to keep up with
Freddie Farr fourth attempt of the evening.. I the blistering pace set by the
is a scrappy dtr Becker was high scorer with 19., Bullets.
is expected to ; David Kinlaw and Fred Lap- Bullets Hit Meshes
experience and were high for the Moccasins
cent e at : tr per with 18 and 15 points respective Bob Becker was able to extendhis
lost a close consecutive foul shot stringto
that became ly.With seconds to go Kinlaw 29 on four hits in four at
of the scored on a fast break to tie the tempts. Becker was also high
A novice : game at 55 all. In the overtimethe point-getter for the team with a
Hudgins, of Moccasins scored four rapid total of 22. Mutt Pasco had a little
improved so buckets that, established them as trouble getting the range but
that he looks j Victors. came through with 10 for second
prospect for Tomorrow night the Fliers are high:( honors.
erweight title hosts to the powerful Eglin Air For the bullets Zinno, David
Buddy has a Field quintet for what "should be Suthard and Bisson combined to
that should one of the best games of the sea score 57 of the team's 78 tallies.
\ stop. Zinno was the leader with 17.
son. Last Friday night the Fliers
John - --- --
heavyweight. were able to overcome an early
.. ,., lightning fast for the elusive oval is being Bob Becker LeadingJax lead by the Tyndall Tornadoes to
punch that Flier, left, end Don Fulton, emerge from the fray with a 67-
many a great the Fliers-Tyndall tilt played Fliers Scoring 41 edge. Sheldon and Becker
boxes with a Wright of Tyndall and No. 12 paced the winners while Wright
he acquired The Fliers downed the Air- If you are thinking of startinga and Shafer were standouts for
der Al basketball free throw contest, it the Tyndall quintet. In his first

Hank: is best that you make provisions game with the Fliers, Sheridanwas

lightweight seen in this PT 0 & R to keep three members of the Jax ing column able to with break three mt>points.x the scor-.
Fliers from it.
Navy away -
where he
Golden Bob Becker has hit 82 per cent
should make Play of his charity tosses so far this 32 Duos EnteredIn
and has not missed one in
dangerous man h.t't' play in the Infra-Mural basket- season
' his last 25 attempts.
land Hartman, are beginning to group them Mutt Pasco has turned in a 75 Winter Mixed

a lot of per cent record and Carl Wheelerhas

#ice Hartman for high point honors with come through with 39 of 56 2-Ball Foursome
hand. His each. for 69 per cent.
'! great and Hawk Basile and Joe Law As to individual scoring, Bob
in the coming 7'L to score 32 points for Beecker leads the parade with 159 Thirty-b\o teams have entered
-- in their victory over points in 11 games, an average of the winter mixed two-
Nudson was high man for 14,4 per game. Here are the team ball foursome tournament
Fliers with 10. NARTU was leaden and their records for the
: which got underway last Monday
winner over VF-41 in a hard first eleven games'I'lajer
FSU contest. FG FT TP afternoon. Play runs
Hooker ..__.63 33 159l'SM'o through February 11.
Jax Navy : State College, Pa., (.1'8)-) ..._.__..57 2I) 124
uled 1952 grid State's top scorer for the Sheldon _______.31 17 89 Players are arranges into four
with eight teams in each
was Joe Lane, \\lieeler __24 39 81 flights,
ida State soccer season
their handi-
according to
.._..26 7 flight
firmed by Baltimore, Md, with 11 goals.-McKay- b9y cap
The i
fray *
Lntered in the first flight are
ber 3.'
Bill Foulk.Alexis
Physical ( the teams of:
DeLaMater; Wright North-Mrs.
officials are .
bang 1952 ,s.3 North; Leo Marchel Mrs. Mar
; chel; Bill Chase-Fuz Webber;
eral .
games Bill Me Williams Mrs. Me Williams
ready ; Bill Rusk-Mrs. Rusk; John
Adams-Mrs. Adams and Doc
Pear'on-Mrs. Pearson:

Second flight: Doc Henderson-
'. ." Mrs. Henderson; Frank Brock-
haus-Mrs. Brockhaus; red Wade-
Leads Barbara Barker; Capt. Rice-Mrs.
Day; Bill Shoalts-Ann Clark;
Frank Lu&k-Mrs. Lusk; Charles
r Leo Marchel g $ t Dittmar-Mrs. Dittmar; George
,r r Y Macri-Mrs. Robertson.
R ,
72-hole medal i a :<
under way at Competing in the third flightare
Williams-Mrs. Gardner:
holding a 214 : Joe Paul;
championship hsr Porter Bedell-Mrs. Bedell;
Bill Haas ; George-Mrs. George; Capt. Gin.
place in the grich-Mrs. Gingrich; Paul Hern-
With a 218 net. don-Mrs. Herndon; Dan Helms-
The first Mrs.-Helms; Adrian F. Back-Mrs.
er in Bill Back; Ray Tylutki-Mrs.; TylutkL
Charley Weiss i iA Fourth flight: Yang Gage-Mrs.
... 221. Hillis;Bill Hendntks-Mrs. Hen-
The second tricks; Frank Payne-Mrs. Payne; j
reversal of Bill Lineberry-Betty Koch; Jim 1
with Steve | b Mullms-Mrs. Mullins; Bill Her r
with 217 and man-Mrs.: Herman; John Hirst-: to
second with : Mrs. Hirst, and John Mealy-Mrs. I I

Mike Mealy. .
first place in .
Ing a 208, and James Fucha, six foot two and
Yank Gage half inch, 220-pound Yale Senior 'if.
place on the claims: all world records with the
__'ft<'___u 16-pound shot: 48 4 outdoor lie's '.i
Joey : INTRA-MURAL ACTION: Up in the air for a rebound go"Hawk" also good enough to run sprint
: in dual meets and can towi
GWSf'ppe Basile, No. of ComFairJax and "Ski" Dubosky, also races
when he got Fri a discus one hundred seventy
No. 10, right, of VJP-861 in an Intra-mural fray played last ,+
Uked his fiat feet
" a
s nd IU been \ day ComFairJax took this one by the ctunt of 60-44.

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'(Items offering for sale arilrten ,
of property such as washing
machines, furniture, radios, clothing H
and the like Is prohibited by DOT'S DASHES Soma of
Defense Department regulation.! Supply' personnel have not Jet
Thin t'olumn.111 however list recuperated from the cold store
such tIeI'i1J"l1able housing age inventory which account
rides ,,wanted lost and found for the frozen looks on the face
articles and other similar'notices, ). of Marion Fulcher Ray Forrest,
FOR RENT and various others. r
Share 3 bedrm house 4760 Ortega Newest addition to Labor di
Blvd., Mrs. Atkins Ph. 2-8314. Equipment's happy little familyis
Doub. and sing. rms. or apt. furnMrs. Barney Barnett; Harriet Mon-
Long, 1937 Greenwood Ave dore was welcomed into Receipt
Ph. 21073. Control; and Stock Unit Number
3 furn. rms. Prefer men, near 4 laid out the welcome mat for
NAS. Mrs. Hoyt. Ph. 27243. t,, 1'4 4' ((4 Christine Mann The same
Furn. garage apt., Riverside 2215 unit however, suffered a loss
River Blvd., :Mrs. Johnson. when Sara Kuder transferred to
Furn. bedrm. Use of home near Receipt Contro.1.
Edgewood, Mrs. Newman. Ph. Rita Jochum. business manager -
8-6634. of the Naval Air Station
X rm. turn. apt. Riverside Mrs. Girls' Basketball Team reports \'
Platt Ph. 8-9011. \ w u\ that there will be an added at*
t bedrm. house, 2939 Algonquin raZ"\Y traction at their game with the
.Ave., Ortega. Mr. Dennard Ph. ) s Atlanta Tomboys at 1430 on Jan
*'k4 \
8-6179. t % At gc t> c a i a K S ? uary 28 in the Lee High gymnasium
Furn. bedrm.. 1622 Donald St. Mrs. Mu -for the first time, programswill
Johnson Ph. 2-3025. be distributed to spectators.
Furn. 2 rm. apt. Apply at Iron ; ? On the cover will appear picturesof
Kettle on the Old Orange Park the Co-Captains) "Skipper"Sinko
Rd. Mrs. Arslin. Ph. 8-4061. v (NARTU) and Louise

2 turn. rms., 2269 Riverside. Mrs k L if'f: Bragg (Transportation), who are andstars
Armington, Ph. 2-4518. incidentally the high-scorers: y?
of the basketball team. Rita
1 bedrm.
duplex apt., unfurn. 350
added, with a gleam in her eye,
4th St., Atlantic Beach, Ph. 5- .. ,, _.. ,.... ..... ._ that the
team has eleven
<-- "" ;""" ""' ''''''-' -> won
2721. Margaret Lloyd. $55
year round. BOAST CREDITABLE RECORD-RIding the crest of an 11-game winning streak the unbeaten straight games winning the first
Rm. and bath, Avondale Ave. Mrs. NAS Civilian Girls basketeers have their eyes set on the Girls City League title having taken the half of the City League play, and
Rowland Ph. 2-8948. first half bunting. The locals meet the Atlanta Tomboys Sunday at Lee High gym. Front row, left they plan to keep .up the pace.
t rm. fur. house to share with to right are Ann LaComb, Dessaree Bragg, Louise Vann mascot Donna Jean Sides, Ruby Ides '
business lady. :Ph. eve., 2-7323, and Suzanne Busbce. Second row Christine Davis Inell Brooks Sally Arnett Martha Bullard and .Supply extends sincere sympathy -
Mrs. Doonan. Darlene Warren. Back row, Shirley Rountrec Ruth McCall, "Sklpp" Sinko and Louise Bragg I to_ Anna :P.Jh.1.: (Correajjuiiuvinc '-
h ..
--- ---- -- --- ---- --'-' --- : upon t e ucaiu o Jiui-
Vnfurn. 4 rm. apt. Kitchen eqpt.
husband and to Grace Caldwell
$60 mo. 2700 W. Lakeshore Blvd. also of Correspondence who lost
Mrs. McGowan Ph. 2-4291.z NAS Civilian Girls Boast And ea her husband recently Evelyn
Rm. in private home, 2811 Forbes: Crawford (Correspondence) is
St .1<1. Hagedorn. 1 quite proud as well she might
Furn. bedrm., near Edgewood 11 Game Winning Streak 1 be of a new grandson Chief
Mrs. Hertzman Ph. 8-9192. Martens (Preservations) boasts
Widow will share her home with -I II that his six-weeks old daughter
couple or family, $60 mo. Mrs. First half champions of the Sunday at Lee High (Diana) is "almost" walking .
Register, 4602 College St Ph. Jacksonville' Girls'i 1 City gym. The best man will be Bill Stroh
2-2906. League and undefeated in 11 Showing surprising strength! on i (S-3)) when Bill Wulf weds in
the court the NAS lassies are
Single and double rms., furn., 814 Maintenance Is glad to welcome February Winnie Powers is
Air Station
contests Naval honor to the station with
King St., May-Davis, Ph. 7-4887. bringing Doris Wallace to the Planning and I still talking about her trip to
commendable record. Aside
3 rm. apt. furn. $65 mo. San Jua.nand Civilian Gills'cagers face their I Estimating Section. Since her arrival Stetson University.
from moving by all city league .' .'
Cottage Ave. O. B. Thienny their toughest opposition of more people have been having *
the local lassies
opposition ,
Ph. 8-1049. the season when they clash business with Fwink McKin- Steve Schuessler will soon bid
4 rm. apt. and :3 J rm apt. 1023 Miami coached by Lillian "Pil" Paqetti: ley and Mr. Porter but we can't farewell to civilian life for active
Rd. $65. Mrs. Smith :Ph. with the Atlanta TomboysPlant -, have defeated a city-league all-. I say we blame them. There are a duty in'the Navy First Sup
---- ---- star club and an Albany Ga.comblnt'
3-8495 or 5-9351. Div., Plant No. 8167, few new faces In the front office plier to return to civilian life
3 bedrm. partly turn. $50 mo. after service in the Army is Jesse
Doctors Inlet. Mrs. Hidle, Ph. MISCELLANEOUSVanted The Tomboys come here Sunday too.Lt.. Nicholson has finally decided Tucker, of Labor and Equipment
to driveto I II
a couple or lady but
with a fine record, suffering
8-4831. I This week we reluctantlysaid
down and be Maintenance
to settle ,
San Francisco leaving Feb. 24 in
Furn. rm. In pvt. home references. I one loss in games. Playing goodbye to Lucille Wood
2. :Mrs. Davis Ph. 9-81S5X: and Utilities Superintendent E
two Atlanta leagues concurrently,
1623 Lorimler Rr. Mrs. McCub- and Don Cameron is taking Samuioiiam I (Receipt Control), who has resigned
Will sit with children after school. the Tomboys have won first halves
bins. I I t"OMft"' __" 1 Y.. HN\ hill ftft.1 John Richardson is
g 1" ace i* emu
Howard! White, Ph. 9-8226. i.J&>
in both
4 driving a brand new Studebaker.
rm. apt. 3684 Hedrick Sam Graham have gone to NATTC
St., Avondale. Mrs. Seymour. Riders wantedSt.. Nichols Ave. sharp-shooting of pivot along with other familiar Maintenance Under a Presidential Executive
t bedrm. house with garage $75 On Spring Park Rd. to NAS player "Skip" Sinko and Louise faces. Order, which provides competitive -
mo. 432 San Juan Ave Mr. Mil- Hrs. 0730-1600. Robert Burr, Ph. I, Bragg and the fine defensive work We are glad to welcome aboard status under certain conditions
len, Ph. 7-8277. 9-0874, or ext. 358. of Ruth McCall Shirley Rountreeand Rose Lee and Jackie Miller: who for personnel in a temporary -
4 rm. unfurn. apt. in Riverside. Lady will sit with children or old Christine Davis has been are working In the Contract Sec status who had not yet gained -
1521 Osceola St. Mr. Pitcher people, Miss Joyner, 2120 Her- largely responsible in keeping the tion of NATTC. We miss Chief that distinction about four-
Ph. 2-4759. schel St. Ph. 2-5902. civilians unbeaten. I White's bright and smiling face teen Suppliers have made application
Room and board for lady.( Ph. 7- Wante --Rlde from beach to O' Sunday's fray at Lee High gets in Maintenance but Chief Donnelly and hope to acquire com-
8248, Jo Eastman. Club. Hrs. 0800-1630 Bobbie underway at 1430. ComFairJaxand 1 114 a good replacement. .petitive status shortly.
Large bedrm. for couple. Ph. 2- Hatcher Ph. 5-4924. the Naval Hospital clash in There's a new member on the -j-
4081 evenings. Mrs. K. B. Reed Found Green nylon summer the preliminary. coffee mess In building DO?- TheatreGuide
4734 Ramona Blvd. flight helmet owner may obtain Art Nelson elgqed up to waxh
i 6 rm. bunaglow to share with bus same from FADDO Office Rm. Honor First Flight : the' lipstick. oft all the <'UI| Ii.
iness lady Mrs. Doonan. Ph. 103 Adm. Bldg. (Naturally he wanted to know
2-7323, evenings. Found-Bicycle. Owner may obtain Kitty Hawk N. C. (AITS) if he could: join at a reduced:
1'01SALE from Station Police, Bldg. The' 47th anniversary of. the first ; rate.) Thursday January 25
26 ft. house trailer, will sell equity [ 914. successful airplane flight per Faunce McCully of the Design "Gene Autry and The Mountles"

contact Chief Flinn ext. 630. Mrs. Driver will baby alt. Ph. formed by the Wright brothers Section is mighty proud of his son, _.?... ......... Gene Autry y
f rm. house. Price $3,250 2445 8-5195 was celebrated \yjth ceremonieshere Faunce, Jr., and we can't say that Friday, January 26
Lake Shore Blvd., J. L. Ogburn.Ph. living to Oceanside Calif on recently. The four brief I.we blame him. Faunce, Jr. is better "The Flying: Mlssile".Glenn Ford
2-4334, or about 10 Feb. Will accept 3 flights made on December 17, known to his friends as "Ace" Saturday, January 27
1 bedrm. house furn. fiiltmore riders. Contact G. E. Griffin at 1903 initiated the modern air McCully. Ace is 13 years old and "I Walk Alone".Lizabeth Scott
section. Daniel Virgili O & R 8-2698 or 8-6447. age.DANCE is a kingpin in the Soapbox Der- Sunday January 28 '

by. The race course! on Anderson "TV. --*. for Two"- .. ... .-.......Doris Day
Street is where the neighborhoodracers Monday January 29
z congregate each week. I "Hunt A Man Down".Gig YoungTres.
I When the boys are not racing ., t1'ed. Jan. 20-31
i. they gather at their favorite hang. "Magnificent" ........ Louis CalhwnHon.
out at "Ace's Garage", owned and _
by Ace in back of his I- --
operated --------- '
home on Anderson Street. This is II .
where Ace makes minor repairs I We welcome aboard Katherine '
and adjustments on the fleet of I L. Harrison ho Is working in the
racers. Typist Pool Ruby Herrington in
,is Merle T. Crumley report that the Contract Section of NATTC' '
'| lair daughter Mr*. John p,. and Leola Pierce in the Record "
| Beckham presented him with an Section of the Design Division.
8-lb., 12-oc. grandson, January Hugh Dent is now working as an
19. The young fellow's father Inspector, in the Contract Section .
I stationed' at NAS, Guam, and and Vernon Bacefield hastransferred
rays that he appreciates receiving to the Procurement
the Jar Air News when It Section.
sY7 U neat to him and that there Lcdr. C. C. Compton and Noble
Ale about five or six other fellows Farmer flew. to Sanford last Fri
Y ic at Ute Station who were atone day'on business Alyce TnylayMia -
lime stationed at NAS, ,:bOenJll and we hope she
Jacksonville' and they all enjoy recovers 'twod t"d' ia able to r.- y

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TO vicTOR LOMBARDO TUNES.:.Tnl* .U just a small portion of the huge turnout of y TO,
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