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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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February 1, 1951


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing: 11
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_N 'Huge Expansion Program

; Set For Jacksonville Area

; Various Naval Projects To I I give runway.clearance for the extended

I Present runways here will get
AA additional surfacing to take care
ts 3 J Exceed MillionsSigns
'' W 3U i+1.1Yt. ? Forty of heavier planes and high in.
tensity lighting is planned for
,., bad weather. About $200,000 is to
; that the Jacksonville area would become one of
be spent for additional air
t. the largest and most important Navy bastions in the countrywere ity to provide power for capac-the
illuminated last week with the announcement that the Overhaul and Repair shops. A

= i Navy plans to spend more than $10,000,000 on Naval construction j half million dollar aircraft

_in flip area.. maintenance shop is planned
The plans, made public by I (Please Turn to Pa re 2, Col. 5))
Comdr. Eugene Peltier, Public facilities, on Trout river.

I Works officer of NAS, and offi- More than 3,000 acres of land'
Lack Of
t I cer-in-charge of construction, are is being purchased to provide II Housing
L., 'I call for an immediate expenditure space for the improvements,
of $23,000,000 with! more to I
r' follow. The Cecil Field development is Becoming Acute
the largest single
project announced
When carried to completion, I
ro in the plans. Some $8-
i the program will bring many I RevealsThe
\tf 000,000 will be :poured into this Survey
a more thousands of Navy personnel
one project within the next
and will also create a great
and a half, with possibly more continued arrival oC
| impact in the Jacksonville area's
added in the future. The actual
I economy. airfield at Cecil will be expanded personnel drafts at the rapidly
Great Expansion to include three and possibly growing Naval Air Technical -

__ ______'_._._.____.____ ___._,.n__.. A Expansion plans under the an- four 8,000 foot runways to han Training Center at NASis
/iU 1)1''HONING FOR SHOW-Four of some 100 entertainersfrom nounced program include the die speedy jets. Taxiways and posing a problem to hous-
the Jacksonville Navy area seeking; to win a coveted spoton first major expansion of the Na- plane marking areas, plus a fuel ing authorities here
the Ted !Mack Original Amateur Hour radio show get the lowdown val Air Station's runway system; pipeline from NAS to Cecil will
during: auditions here from advance scout Buddy Page, top a huge runway extension and be included in the present appro- "At the present", said Capt.
I I ..; left. At left is Joe Spano, YNSN, bottom, and Manuel Miranda, turning basin at Mayport; the be- priation, it was added. Lester K. Rice, NATTC com
SI>2, top; right front is Sy Sirchuck of O & R, and extreme rightis ginning of the "master jet base" I Work On RunwaysA manding officer, "ten per cent of
I Have Cordeck, AF3. The show will be presented at NATTC plan at NAAS Cecil Field and $13,500,000 our personnel are critically in
auditorium February 7. enlargement of the fuel storage and face-lifting job for need of low cost housing", He added
runways other work is slated -
-- -- --'-- ----- --I "This is a significant
for the main Naval Air Sta- proportion -

Tol tion. The runways will undergo and of our it must present be realized complement -
Original Amateur Hour their first
major change since that additional drafts are going
they were constructed 12 years to add to the waiting list".
ago as the east-west
be extended about 2,000 runwaywill feet. Out of the 756 persons who
The water tank now make up the Center's com-
Be Presented On Feb 7thWith at Dewey Park
area will have to be moved and plement, 72 are on the waiting
i' power lines will be lowered list for housing within their income -

r final auditions completed, the finest talent the Jacksonville Navy area has to of- along Roosevelt boulevard to By the bracket end of, it May is pointed, the total out.

fer has been selected to appear on the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour radio show which number of men and women at the

will! originate from the stage of NATTCenter auditorium at 1530 next Wednesday, February : Final huge new activity will reach
7. WarningA about 8,000, more than .10 times
: the current figure.
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Of the 100 assorted acts screen- ducting preliminary auditions. final warning has been Issued "Motels and auto courts", con
ed during the auditioning period, Plenty of Variety in to owners outside of all cats parked tinued Captain Rice, are not
New Station some 25 or 30 will appear on the Lou Goldberg, president of Air Station areas main the Naval the solution. While they meet
stage next Wednesday, but only Re -mack Enterprises, which handles gate. temporary emergency needs,
15 of these will actually appearon the Original Amateur Hour The Duval County road pa- men with dependents feel they
Bus RouteIs the one-hour Original Ama- show, and other shows, and Lloyd | trol has served notice that it fall short of being adequate fora
teur Hour radio performance. Marx, television director and i will start ticketing cars illegally prolonged stay."
I Played Back Feb. 15. chief auditioner of the show, arrived parked in posted areas There is no available housing
Outlined The original Amateur Hour here Wednesday to sit in outside the main gate, or on for more dependents at the Naval -
program will be tape-recorded on the final auditions.The non-posted islands and road- i Air Station, it is reported.It .
I .. A new jn-the-station bus during the afternoon show and many acts to be presentednext sides. is pointed out that no probe
service, calling for additional will be rebroadcast nationwideover Wednesday include a 10- Scores of cars, owners of lem exists for officers and men
service which will to the American Broadcasting year-old boy soprano from Green which have failed to acquire without dependents, as govern
serve System on February 15. Cove; a concert pianist, who is standard liability insurance required ment quarters are available for
connect the NATTC area and There will be no admission a Korean casualty; several boo by the Navy before issuing single persons.
the mainside Navy Exchangearea charge to next Wednesday's gie woogie pianists; harmonica station car tags, are left -x-
will be put into effect showing, with all seats going on players; instrumentalists; hill- daily outside the gate.
billy units; seven piece Navy orchestra Owners have been warned Capt. Early
Monday, it has been announced a first-come, first-served basis. ; a WAVE concert violinist previously about parking thus-
Prizes will be awarded to the
; singers, dancers, ventriloquists ly, but now, it is reported, appropriate -
winners, who receive their votes
The bus will operate on a 20- ; pantomimists; roller skat- action will be taken- Named Head
via national phone calls and post
minute schedule, leaving NATTC ers; character actors and almost to the tune of a fine of $27.50
cards. Contestants will also be
4. administration building at 0600, anything one could ask for in the for violators.
0640 0700 and vying for a free allexpensepaidtrip way of entertainment. Of Carnival
0620, every twenty to New York City where they ; r
thereafter until 2240.
minutes will be given a chance to appearon
This schedule will operate seven the Original Amateur Hour Capt Julius C. Early, se-

i ((7) days per week. television show, This TV show, nior medical officer of the

The route will be south on to be telecast on February 20, Naval Air Station, has been
Child St. east on Enterprise Ave. will be a salute to NAS Jackson-- r named to head the second an-
to Wasp St. north on Wasp to ville.
Saratoga Ave., west on SaratogaAve Host of EntertainersThe nual Charity Carnival, it was
to Biscayne St. to the NAT- actual Amateur Hour ; announced this week.
TC administration building. This broadcast, or tape-recording of Tentative dates for the carni
route is in addition to the pres- broadcast, featuring the selected ; val have been set for April 20 and
ent bus routes. talent, will begin at 1530. How-i 21. All proceeds are earmarked
For the late arrivals there will ever, the stage show does not end i for local approved ,charities.
be an additional route to take here. Some 20 more acts will pa- !. Last year's event, held in
over when the other routes se- rade across the stage of the audi aL April, brought thousands of Jack
cure at 2245. Beginning Monday torium to make the complete pro t ionville people to the hangar area
February 5, this route will cover gram one of two and one-half \ Df the station where the carnival
the station from 2300 to 0200. hours duration. Included in the I : was held. From the total funds
This bus will leave the main gate latter part of the show will be ; 1rb derived: from the affair, checks
and cover the station via NATTC several New York entertainers I have been distributed during the
administration building, NATTC brought,:: to Jacksonville by Ted ,year to the Jacksonville Community .
1 Navy Exchange, Junior BOQ, Mack, plus several more from the It I Chest, Navy Relief Society
i Wave Barracks, Mainside barracks city of Jacksonville who have t II Red Shield Servicemen's club,
I Hospital area, Mustin Cir- been undergoing special audi- I find the American Heart Society.
cle and back to the main gate. tionings at a local radio station. The major proportion went to the
I This bus is scheduled to leave "There is loads of talcpt hereat Community Chest
the main gate at 2300, 2330, 2400, the station and other nearby The final check to be presented
0030 (will meet city bus) 0100, installations and we have done i.utf *...t/.un H/uhu1"-U you look up and suddenly seem to from last year's fund will be given
0130, and 0200 (will meet city our best to select what we feelis see an F4U Corsair taking off from a station wagon don't be I sometime this week to the March
I x bus). The 0200 trip is the last a composite group for our ra- alarmed. It's the new NAKTU Jax recruiting wagon, being: used in .rf: Dimes campaign. The amount
trip and will secure at the end of dioshow," stated advance scout the unit's new recruiting: campaign to fill key enlisted billets. (See t jf: the check has been established
the run. Buddy Page, who has been con- story on rage 2). j it nearly $2,500.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 1 February 1951

Jax Air News Report From Washington

Station Published, Jacksonville every, Fla.Thursday for Navy activities at Naval_ AL, Navy Promotes 846 To Lieutenant Rank

NAS. Jacksonville
Ca Pt. Douglas! T. Day Commanding Office -
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell :
Executive Office:1
Lt. Lorenzo W. Baldwin_.___......._......Public Information Office Caution Personnel about Concealed Portable Recorder
Fleet Air Jacksonville ,
Rear Adm Alfred E. Montgomery Commander .
By Armed Forces PITS Service tillery course at Fort Sill, Okla. The only
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Stall f Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer. Far East OCS for male students currently i noperationis
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Air Forces Commander recently was decor- that at Fort Riley, Kan.
Capt. Jesse S. McClure .................................:.._.......?............ Commander ated with the highest order of the Republic of The Army has cautioned all personnel to be -
Comdr. Joseph B. Tibbets ..............................._._..... Chief Staff OfficeJNaval Korea in recognition of FEAF's service in the on the alert to discover and report any unauthorized -
Air Technical Training Center Korean fighting. use of concealable portable recorders.The .
Capt. Lester K. Rice ............................................... Commanding Officer device is small enough to be carried in a
Comor. John A. Gamon, Jr. __...'_.._.._..--.--, Executive Officer The Army completed the first phase of its suitcase, briefcase, or similar container, and
Naval Hospital officer expansion: program with promotions of could be placed secretly In locations where conversations -
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer r 2,244 lieutenants to temporary captains effective could be recorded without the knowl-
Capt. Guy E. Stahr .. Executive OfficerCapt last December 30. Of the total, 476 were edge .of persons discussing classified matters.
NAKTU Regular Army officers. More temporary promotions *
Raymond N. Sharp Commanding OfficerExecutive are expected soon. The Navy will reactivate the Bainbridge,
Comdr. Laurence D. Ruch__....... ... ._........__.__.... __..._.. Officer Md., Training Center, near Baltimore, next
The Bureau of Naval Personnel has an- spring and equip it to handle about 20,000 re-
Editorial: Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration
nounced the names of 846 officers promotedto "miits. Camp Elliott, near San Diego. Calif,
building Phone extension 8181 the rank of lieutenant General Line, Medical will be reactivated as an auxiliary of the San
Editor-Andrew H Planey Corps, Supply Corps, Civil Engineer Corps, Dit'gOrc.. Navy and Marine Corps air fa-
Staff Members: John L. Almond; Barbara Rickman, SN; Chaplain! Corps, Medical Service Corps Dental ficities are to be reactivated within the next

Ed Nellist, AA. Corps and Nurse Corps. six months at Brunswick, Me., Sanford, Fla..
The JAX AIR NEWS I* published vveenty at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, tJortda. and printed commercially with non-ap proprtatcd funds The promotion list is published In BuPers ,Kingsville, Tenn., and Santa Ana, Calif.
i no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P aS. Rev. Circular Letter 205-50. The Navy also an- *
Nov. 1940. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the nounced that 27 women have been selected for The Air Force will reactivate San 118.1'01AFB.San
Naval Air Hcterie Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and '
the U. S. Naval no r'.tAl. commissions as ensign General Line, Regular Marcos. Tex.. In the near future. It
The JAX AIR NtiWb It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service Reproduction Navy has been on a standby basis since December,
of material from these sources must bear! a credit line. Republlcatlcn 1949. I
of oih-r matter, except by service publication Is prohibited without permission Requirements! for Naval Reserve Supply .
ml Editor. JAX AIR NEWS.I .
Corps commissions have been eased slightly Marine Corps Memorandum 124-50 reminds
through changes in the educational qualifications personnel of its continuing motor vehicle ac-
The new requirements are that candi- cident-prevention program, and gives pertin-
NIHTU Jox Seeks To dates must hold a baccalaureate degree in one ent information concerning Defense Department -
of four general fields from an accredited college policy on accidental prevention.
I t? university: economics commerce, business
administration, textile engineering. Other qual- The Marine Corps is calling to active duty
ification requirements remain the same. 2,000 Reserve Ground officers and 250 aviation
Fill Key Enlisted PostsNaval officers, mostly in the grade of first lieuten-

The Army will open two more Officer ant and chiefly in combat specialties. Nearlyall
Candidate Schools next month, with an infantry the remaining officers are also being calledto

Air Reserve Train-" called to active military service course______ at__ _Fort__ Benninff... Ga___ and_un an un _Ar__ dutv.
ing Unit, Jacksonville, based with their respective squadrons,

here at NAS, is presently I and these will be members of a Huge ExpansionContinued
launching a recruiting campaign group from their own locality, Week'SndComdr

aimed at bringing all NARTU, Jax is also accepting ( from Page 1)

organized) reserve squadrons applications for Organized Reserve along with increased boiler ca-
'status from :young men who at the plant.
to full authorized strength.Most Notes pacity power
up wish to become Seamen or Air- fIinql&fi4
Millions For Mayport\
of the squadrons ofNAtt'1 men lecruits. Approximately 100
'U Jax are near full billets are open to men with noprevious from Over $3,000,000 will be spentat
strength, but important key enlisted military service. They the Trout River fuel storage
billets ore open in several: will train at NARTU on weekendsand terminal for storage capacity: ,
Instances, it is being emphasized.The I advance in rate beforethey NlIR dredging and dock extensions.
present national defense pic- receive active duty I II Additional land is also being

ture, 30 _eport NARTU officials : This recruit training is open LeRoy P. Johnson on a at the scene was overcome by I purchased.increase the Additional capacity tanks from will its
makes itital that all organized only to young men who have not trip to Washington, D. C. last I smoke trying tc save personal present 270,000 barrels to 820,000
reserve squadrons attached been t classified lA by their local week visited Capt. Fr..deric W. belongings, but has now recovered barrels. The docks anti channel
to NARTU Jax be I I
broughtup Selective Service Board. Once a NARTU .
Priestman, former commanding
will be enlarged to Uondle the
to their full authorized lad has been classified he is no officer, who now is Coordinator We are sorry to lose the follow- largest size tankers.
strength according to their ratingstructures I longer eligible to join a Reserve Naval Air Reserve for ing named men but are proud to
I activity and must enlist in a regular DCNO (Air). have assisted in bringing VF-742 An estimated $5,000,000 is des-
Good Kate Open i branch of the arm d serviceor Comdr. Edward S. Gwathmey to compliment for their return to I tined /or the Mayport project,
wjth about $3,000,000 more to
Members are being sought to be inducted. was one of four members of the active military service. Carlton At expenditures
fill certain vacant billets in the Excellent drill attendance with entire nationwide Organized Re- M. Dean, AA; Hugh A. Evans, present will be concentratedfor
two squadrons which are to report an Organized Squadron will entitle > serve to be chosen to serve on the AN; Alfred J. Finster, AN; Willie I Mayport the basin which
for active military service in I: the Recruits to deferment from Naval Air Reserve Policv Board.In G. Hinton, Jr. AOUAN; Clyde H. will dredging,enable aircraft carriers, to
induction. Under existing regulations connection with that he Horn ALC Russell C. Mitchell
February and March. Rates that duty ; dock there.. Dredging cf the bay
I Recruits' are not subject to made recently to NAS AN and J, Thompson
are open are in full pay grades ; a trip will take its depth down to 42
cf) aviation electronics technician, call with their squadron if it is ordered Glenview. Illinois, for this all YN S1. feet and a 600-foot will be
aviation electronicsman, aviation to active military service important conference that will Welcome aboard to Stanley L. constructed the north pier side of
electricians mate parachute rig until they have received at least mold future Reserve policies. Adams, SN; Harold E. Courson, I I' the
ger, yeoman and personnel man. six months of training as a Recruit Just a reminder to all hands SA; Charley J. Johns, SR; .Rob basin.Mayport
No reservist will be called to that each of who brings in two ert E. Merritt MM2; John S. 'I To Grow
Men with experience in these active duty regardless cf rate, if or more recruits' is eligible for an Morley, SN; James K. Thrower Runways of the Mayport land
ratings who aftiliate with an Organized they are still high school students. overnight flight to some point of A FAN, and Ross 13. Henderson, ing field are to be extended south
Squadron of the Naval This Recruit Training will not his choosing (within limit). CS3. of the Mayport community. Ap-
Air Reserve at this time can havea interfere with the schooling or Lc r, James E. Gay will grad -x- proximately 700 acres of marshland -
choice of receiving active duty civilian occupations of the young uate from the University of Flo- Retires One Day is being purchased. The
with one of NARTU a reactivated men, it is reported, as they only rida Law School in February. After present northeast.southwcU runway -
squadrons in the rate they hold or attend drills one weekend each a one day vacation he will Recalled The Next I will be extended from 4,200
may serve as a 'Weekend Warrior" month and serve a two months loin law firm of ned U & Bedell Washington (AFPS) M. Sgt. feet to 8,000 feet and made
and attend drills one week active duty period each summer in Jacksonville. Victor )I. Blue climaxed nearly 26 stronger with asphaltic concrete.
end each month and receive the with their squadron. Members of George 1'raiiehad a streakof years' service by retiring from the The additional $3,000,000 for
pay, longevity, and retirement the Organized Reserve receive four bad luck in that his home Air Force recently only to be recalled Mayport will be used for build-
benefits that go with membership days pay equivalent to their Navy burned down since the last to active duty the following ing of the west wall of the basin,
in the Organized Reserve. rating for each weekend drill at- drill. George's father who was day. three-finger piers for crash boats,
Returning: to active duty In rate tended. renovation of existing housingand
is a privilege that Reservists are service buildings. A recreation .
entitled to if called with a Re- area for fleet personnel is
serve Squadron. Those applying Plan To TestAExplosions also being planned fc* Mayport.
for active duty with the regular -x-
Navy have found that it is often
necessary to drop to Seaman, or Royal Marines' History:

to a third class petty officer's Given Leathernecks
rating to go on active status with '
the Regular Navy.A u In Nevada Quantico, \"., (AFI'S-A three
Good Deal volume set of "Britain Sea Sol-

Being a member of an Organized Ijw Vegas, New. (\ T P S)- diers,' complete history of. the 1
Squadron is most beneticial Plans to test nuclear detonations Royal Marines, was presented to :
to members of the inactive Reserve of atomic weapons periodicallyfrom I the Marine Corps Schools library
at this time because men in a closely guarded Air Force I recently. The set was donated by
called Nevada has Maj. H. F. C. Kimpton, RM a for-
V-6 status are being t6 bombing range in _
active duty dally by the Com- been announced. mer student; and presented by Lt.
:mandant of their Nav 1 District The experiments will mark the wirp'tslia I Col. J. C. Coke, UM, a present

and sent to duty as individuals. first nuclear explosions in the _
Organized Reservists are onlyTeo United States since the first atomic t,; student.DIVINE
.. bomb tested in New Mexico a
--- -- -- -- was
in 1945.President. .
Truman has author- a4Ij
ised the commission to use part of SERVICES
the 5,000 square-mile bombing and
Guide gunnery range near here.
The use of the Las Vegas AT TilE STATION ,CIIAPELS

Tliur+wlay, February 1 bombing and gunnery range will Protestant
'Law of the Badlands" Tim Holt make available to the Los Alamos,
0930 Services.
AU Saints' Cha-
Friday, February Z N. ).(.. scientific laboratory a readily 1
.'Bedtime for Bonzo".. ..... accessible tile for periodic test pel (Sunday School) l

__............... ... Ronald Regan work," the A.EC said: 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL .f
Saturday, February 3 1045-All Saints ChapeL

.My Own True Love"....... .. .. .. Beartand, England (AFPS) -
_........_......-.... Melvin Douglas When blacksmith Joe Price, former Catholic
Sunday, February 4 European strong man champion 0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL
'Born yes't.erday..Judy' Holliday wants a smoke he casually SNORKEL JEEP-U. S. Marines train in methods of waterproofing 0330-St Edwards' Chapel (Cate-
Monday, February S beats a piece of iron red hot with Jeeps at Navy's Amphibious Training Command, Little chism Class).
.'Vendetta".Faith Domergue his hammer and lights up. He Creek, Va. Waterproof Jeeps will operate completely submerged 1030 Mass St. Edward's ChapeL
TUCK., "'I'd., Feb. 6-7 says he doesn't like "nasty, dan- with only driver's head rising above surface. Curved tube attached ,
0645 Mass at Hospital ChapeL
.'The. Inforcer", Humphrey Bogart gerous lighter fluid.. to windshield is exhaust pipe. -


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1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


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;l North Little Rock:, Ark. (AFPS):

; -The chief of police ordered &
:. ... .. ,. ... drive on parking violators. The

: :' t ... j\ ; first two automobiles tagged were
; .
I i '" ',: :;:;:t.. .IIt. a police squad car Illegally parkedin
i'd' "" ..' : YkN, kH.p an alley, and the personal car
,".. '"' ., :
", Ii of a police captain.
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;;", .,>> t."" ':':'::':., ; ; ; t
AFPS-An automo-
Chicago ( .
I1II ... ., bile supply store manager thought
Correctly Identify These Aircraft And Win A Prize. --::" iii: """ he had a bag of 50 license plate
t" ; reflector bolts. He sold them to a
customer for $2 He later discov-
ered his mistake. The bundle
New Rules Instituted
contained four $20 bills and eev-
'I ."
L ,
eral rolls of dimes and quartets.

"Everybody Gets Into The Act" As .r..
New Haven, Conn. (AFPS)-

The Park Department is clamping

Contestants Split Top Prize AwardsWork down. They warned all con-
: cerned that any tricycle found

progressed normally in the Jax Air News offices last Fri- traveling more than 10 miles an

day until 0900-when, as the saying goes. "all something broke loose" hour will" be subject to legal action -

as eager contestants in the aircraft identification contest commenced tt I .

firing +
Gunulson. Colo. (AFPS-R.) B.
of Phones Jangled simultaneouslyand ,winners but virtually everyoneelse X48: 'tl4' .I Rucker went fishing and caught a
I at least a half-dozen prospective : j had the top photo as the e. '- I. trout and a large river bat with

winners, some of whom had J British Hornet fighter, the cen- one cast. The trout bit at the '
'" been waiting nearly for an ,hour, the Russian TU-2
1 ter view as fly and leaped into the air. At
descended on the editor and staff. I bomber and named the bottom pic- that instant, the bat swooped

Such a hearty response to the I ture as that of the U. S. Navy's!! down and gobbled the trout.
contest and a possibility of duplicate j attack plane the AM-1 Maukcr. Navy Orders 32,000 More Enlisted

winners had not been an- In view of the near riot which Upper Darby, I>>a., (AFPS)-
ticipated and some fast revisionsof attended lat week's contest at "This is a stick-up," were the
Active June 30The
the rules governing the contest leant one new regulation concerning Reserves to Duty by words heard by eight-year-old

was necessary. Marcella McLaughlin as she re-
the contest: must! be instituted. -
M At least it was decided to split In the event two or Navy has increased by 32,000 its quota of enlisted Naval turned from the grocery store. Her
q Reserves'who will be ordered to active military service during April
the 9300 Mainside Navy .Exchange more contestant submit the eyes widened as she turned and
credit coupon and declare correct' answers at the same Mav and June. 1951. saw a 10-year-old boy with an air
Ensign Thomas E. Jordan of VP3 time it will be necessary to usea A previous announcement madein rifle. The "Junior Jessie James"
and Willis D. Robbins AN of tie-breaker question concerning early December, 1950, had set Mate, Steward relieved her of her candy and 18

:'' ComFairJax general office co- aircraft Identification to determine the quota for the three-month Non-rated personnel of pay cents.
winners of the event. the winner of the quizz.: period at 15,000 The increase or- grade E-3 (Seaman. Fireman Air-

New Regulations The question used will not be dered today will bring the totalto man) or E-2 (Seaman Apprentice Reseda Calif. (A'I'q) Rich-
47,000. Fireman Apprentice and ard J. Siddons looked
about a jockey,
There little question difficult but should
was exceptionally Personnel to be ordered to Airman Apprentice) with at least from his window and saw his race
the identity of last week's pic- settle the issue without argumetn.
active service will Include six months prior service in the horse being led off Thinking it
tured aircraft, as not only the
Hereafter the following
-- Chief Petty Officers in the categories of Seaman Fireman was his friend who is part own-
*ill apply to the aircraft identifi- rates of Electronics Technician, and Airman. er of the animal, Siddons said

cation contests: Teleman, Radioman, Yeoman.Storekeeper Non-rated personnel of pay nothing. It wasn't his friend und
1. No, answers to the quizz Lithographer, grade E-2 and E-l in the Stew- he's still looking for the horse
K will be accepted prior to 0900 Draftsman. Photographer's Mate, ards Branch.

of the day following distribu- Construction Electrician's Mate, Wave Chief, First, Second and Jerseyvllle, ill. (AFPS) When
tion of the paper which is Driver, Builder, Steelworker, Utili- Third Class petty officers in Paul :M. Thatcher cat bore a Jitter -

normally riday. ties Man, Aviation Electronics rates of Teleman. Radioman, of kittens, she selected the den

:. Any ('OI'ItefJtanthI> attempts Technician Aviation Boatswain's Storekeeper, and Aviation Storekeeper of a family of groundhogs. Now
to beat the deadline will Mate, Aviation 1 Electrician'sMate says Thatcher, baby groundhogsand
be for Mate Trade- kittens romp and play as it
automatically disqualified! Aerographer's Wave First, Second and Third
that contest. man, Aviation Storekeeper. Class petty officers in the rate they were of the same family

Bv Armed Forces Press Service 3. To enable all hands to participate Petty officers first, Second and of Disbursing Clerk.
Columnist Ed Sullivan tells how in the contest and to Third Class in rates of Boatswain's DCS Moines, Iowa (AF'S-)
be filled Naval
Britain greatest actor Leslie unit Son- Quotas to by Charged with double-parking and
I prevent anyone fromhaving Mate, Quartermaster,
Districts are: First Naval Dis-
Howard, was lost in a strange!! all the winners, In the" arman. Gunners Mate, Fire Con- leaving his engine running while
trict Massachusetts 2-
: unattended, James Deeds
wartime plane tragedy. German future, contestants from a unit trolman, Electronics Technician was
684, Third Naval District New
cleared of the offenses He
intelligence believed that Winston from which a winner han appeared Optlcalrnan, Teleman, Radioman, quickly
York Fourth Naval
I City, 4,021, told the court he
was unloading
Churchill taking the same
was will be ruled
ineligiblefor Yeoman Storekeeper, Disbursing
District, Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
from that Howard Litho groceries from his car when a
plane, Spain the following week' quizz Clerk, Commisaryman;
vania: 4,329, Fifth Naval District,
auto tore off his He
passing pants
took British intelligence had decoded -
They will however be eligiblefor grapher, Photographer's Mate
Norfolk. Virginia: 1,527: Sixth
had to retire to store for
"\\-1 the German message and all subsequent contests. Machinist's Mate, Engineman, Naval District, Charleston, South aclothing
had to retire to a clothing store
,was 4. Pictured aircraft must be Machinery Repairman, Boilerman Carolina: 3,340, Eighth Naval for
with sending I fully Identified as to type Electronics Technician AviationElectrician' District, New Orleans, Louisiana: necessary cover-up .
------ -- ----
ighter planes designation and nationality Mate, Aviation Elec- 2643; Ninth Naval District, San
o protect the I tronics :Man Aviation Ordnance- Activate Fighter Group
thusetting 5. In the event of tie or Diego, California: 1,877, Twelfth
Boatswain's Mate
Aviation ,
the duplicate answers a tie-breaker man Naval District San FranciscoCalifornia' Dayton, Ohio (AFI.S-AcUva.
Structural Mechanic
Aviation ,
Jermans know question will be used to determine 1,508; T h i r t eenth tion of the 07th FighterInterceptor -
Mate Aviation
Aerographer's ,
Naval District, Seattle, Washington
the winner. Squadron at Wright Patterson
had brok-
I hey Storekeeper, Hospital Corpsman, : 1,525, Potomac River Naval AFB of the Eastern De-
as part
n their code 6. Answers to the qutzz: maybe Draftsman, Metalsmith, Tradev-
F:ji the ambush submitted either by phone on man. Aviation Photographer'sMate Command Washington, D. C.: 431, fense Command. has been announced

iovsard fated extension 216 'or 8181, or In Damage Controlman, Patternmaker by the Air Force.
IrI its last person ii) the Jax: Air News office Molder, Surveyer Con- Tortorth, Tex.: : (XFFS) - ---

.ain. cur-I In the main Administrationbiukllng. struction Electrician's Mate. Philip Evans, who, calls himself a

I I Petty Officers Second and "drifter," was arrested for failingto Visiting Fireman
\,\,' 7. The awarded the register for Selective Service.
prize expert Third Class in rates of Radar-
Carol Stern get around to who correctly Identifies the man, Torpedoman's :Mate Ship's He finally did register, but was Studies Foam Use

it, the smile on Carole Stern's face week's. aircraft shall be a $3,00 Serviceman, Aviation Machinist rejected. Evans returned to jail.
the credit coupon| good on any purchase -- -
she likes winter
I 1a because w A study of subsurface foam
fireside. made at Maln&lde NavyEcchange.
I season for snuggling by a equipment for fighting oil fires,
Believe it or not, this voluptuousmiss first tested at NAS Jax, is being
is on a radio whodunit called" Just a hint to today's experts conducted by James E. Carey, a
"Nick Carter, Master Detective. ome of the pictured visiting fireman from Naval Sup

aircraft Just' aren't what they ply Depot, Scotia, N. Y., who is

Here and there Brian Don- look like.Training. on temporary duty here.
I levy will play the starring role of The equipment developed at the

'tr. Commander MacFailand in "The Naval Research Laboratory in

Fighting U. S. Coast Guard" Interest Washington, D. C, was first test-
the new Bob Hope-Bing Crosby r( ed at NAS Jax in August, 1919.
"road" picture will be ""Road to Being livendd By Since that time it has been per-

Hollywood" TV viewers are fected so as to thoroughly quench
I praising the Christmas Day broadcast Aircraft ContestA hydrocarbon fires in a matter of
I of Father Peyton's "The- Joyful seconds without endangering the

Hour" with Pat O'Brien lives of firemen as the chemical
i radio listeners are lauding the new definite Increase of almost foam is pumped through underground
weekly hour of spoken history :50 per cent in the demand for pipes to the blazing tanks
I with Edward Murrow called "Hear aircraft identification kits and With the official adoption of the

I ,. It Now" Harry Akst, former lecture material from local rd equipment by the Navy, it is now
l.. accompanist for the late Al squadrons has resulted from the planned to extend its use. where
weekly Jax Air News aircraft w
Jolson. has written a song called ver practicable.
., "Goodbye, CI Al"-proceeds to go contest, according to Lt. (Jg) Carey who is fire chief of the
to charity. Dick McHugh Air Intelligence Scotia depot has spent 25 years

Officer, ComFairJax. in the fire fighting business, nine

monkey ,The contest has served not of those years with the Navy. He
marmoset appearing
Citsy,in the movie "Show Boat", only to stimulate individual interest is getting his know how in
rubber tooth but has also awakened the use of sub-surface equipment
is now wearing
squadron commands to the ne- from NAS Jax Fire Chief Don-
The monkey kept nippingthe
guards.arms of Ava Gardner and cessity of instructing their men ald R. Moran who conducted the r
Obviously a in this vital but often neglected first demonstration under super-
Kathryn phase of military training. vision of Dr. Richard I* Tuve, en-
good judge of a nice dish .
Identification kits, gineer with the research labora
24th Di- Aircraft
Members of the Infantry --- "
vision recently found themselves lecture material and a slide pro- DON'T; MAKE A PIG Of YOUKSLLF black pig found tory.

in a Swedish movie. "The Report jector are available to all the during the Korean fighting by.a. young U. N. soldier, doesn't seem
s ," filmed la Korea during com- squadrons through Lt. (Jg) Mc to realize bow expendable he is. The porker quite tame begs partof Figure.that you pass this way
/ bat depicts the work of the Swed- I Hugh and requests may be made his master's rations without pausing to think that he may become but once, so do all the good.,you
and ham now can while you are here. .
ish Red Cross via extension 550. pork chops any day

f ;
.. d.aM..ntby
a fa .;
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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 1 February 1951

"Weekend Willie" Comes Out. Of -

(Semi-Retirement! to Meet beau regard"Weekend

Willie", the me-
"Willie" will be a participant on
HUMOR FROM chanical robot who is the of- the Ted Mack Amateur Show

I HERE AND THEREBy ficial greeter and mascot of Even that will not be new for I
a z the "Weekend Warriors" of him as he has already been in* ..

Armed Forces Press Service Jacksonville's NaVal Air Reserve terviewed over the radio several
Tommy: "."Mom is it true that times in his career as NARTU'smechanical
Training Unit came
\ve come from dust and will return -
to dust?" of his semi-retirement this
Mom: "Yes dear that's what -y weak to welcome a well known
the Bible says. Why?" t_ visitor to NARTU.
"Well I Just looked<
Tommy: "Willie's guest was Beaure-
under my bed and there's some- gard, the son of Elsie, the fam- Lcdr. Hugh KellyIs
body" there either comin' or goIn' ous Borden Cow. Beauregard,
Elsie and Elmer, the proud father -
were spending a week ondisplay Commended .
"Hey" cried Satan to a new at a Jacksonville de- t'

arrival "you" act like you own partment store when 'Willie" invited For his outstanding leadershipof
this place. them to pay a visit to Fighter Squadron 62, which
"I do," was the reply "my wife NARTU. ... last year was awarded the Navy
gave it to me before I came here.. The entire trio accepted the invitation Battle Efficiency Pennant, Lcdr.'f>

but at the last minute Hugh A. Kelly has been com' ,
Some girls seem to think the it was decided to let Beaure- mended by the Chief of Naval -
way to travel the road to successis gard to come alone, since movingof Operations.Lcdr. .
to take to the heir. the entire bovine family rep- Kelly served as executive
a'a resents too complex a problem. officer and later as com-
The vacuum cleaner salesman "Weekend Willie" in case you manding officer of the squadron
was demonstrating in a skyscraper haven't heard, is the creative during the period that the over-
apartment building. The doorbell work of Chief MacDonald J. all performance of VF-62's per-
rang. Wiggins one of NARTU's Orga- sonnel earned them the Navy
"It's probably my husband!" nized Reservists. He built Willie
Battle "E".
iRIII\Ri\ """" flil,, >>:i iII
gasped the housewife. "He's insanely "WILLIE'ShHM'A"-"weekend \Villie", mechanical mascotof from scrap and salvage! parts The letter of commendation '- ,r
jealous. Jump out the win- Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Jax, dusted himself off and while he was on duty as one of from CNO noted that the award
dow. put on his best smile to greet Beauregard, the offspring of the N A R T U's stationkeepers. Wig- garnered by VF-62 personnelwas
"But" this is the thirteenth much celebrated Elsie, the Borden cow. Beauregard paid a visitto gins who is studying Electrical in a large measure due to .
floor! said the salesman."Go NARTU, but Elsie and Elmer couldn't quite make it. Engineering at University of Flo- the efforts and leadership of Lcdr.
on," she said, "this. .is no rida, is now a member of Week- Kelly in his capacity as com
time to be superstitious." end Warrior fighter squadron manding officer. f

VF741. ....
Then there's the "Willie" is talented in- ..._""""
bandagecovered I quite a
patient who lay in the hos- Comprisings From CompRon 62 I dividual. His internal structureis !

pital bed."What a mass of cables, pulleys, wires
happened?" he asked. ,. and electrical actuators. At the ". ..
"You had one too many last The camera eyes of the Atlantic -.0 in the area. Last Oct. l the flick of one of his remote control .
night and they made you bet that Fleet when squadron moved from Norfolk to switches, Wiggins can make
you could jump out the window ate on you Jacksonville. "Willie" bow from the waist execute ,
and fly around the block." VC-62 takes to the air. a handshake salute, turn
"Why" pleaded the beat-up patient That's the mission of the It was with deep regret that his head wiggle his ears, snap
"didn't you stop me?" squadron-to take pictures pro- members of the outfit recently his eyes from side\ to side, and
"Stop you, I had $25 on you." viding photo intelligence of the learned of the death in combat his nose which is an aircraft port l lII
highest caliber. last Nov. 28, of Ens. William G. running light, can even' glow a
Most women have a keen sense For several weeks Jottings Wagner of South Bend, Ind., a red color.
of humor. The more you humor about squadron personnel have fighter pilot with an outstandingWorld Inside of "Willie's head is a
them the better they like it. appeared in the columns of this War II record. He was loud speaker and bis mouth opensin lI
newspaper, but few readers other forced down behind enemy lines in unison with words he speaks.
A youthful figure is somethingyou than members of the outfit are Korea when Communist flak All in all, "Willie" is quite an interesting -
get when you ask a woman aware of its purpose.As knocked out the engine of his "fellow" and he has
her age. the result of experience Corsair. I won many friends for NARTU at L I
gained during World War- II, the Ens. Wagner entered the naval various air shows, fairs and ex-
She was just an optician's Navy decided that it requiresa service in June of 1942. He wasa hibitions.
daughter two glasses and she squadron of highly trained fighter pilot aboard the USS Among "Willies" famous visi- I
made a spectacle of herself photographic pilots for the Atlantic Santee and saw action in the tors have been; Ted Williams,
Fleet. During the war each battles l of San Bernardino when the Boston Red Sox were L
carrier air group had its own Straight. He won the Navy's air here in 1949; three sets of the II
St. Edward's aerial photographers.VC62 medal for his meritorious actionin Toni Twins and screen starlet I
is one of the Navy com- the Pacific area. Penny Edwards.
mands devoted specifically to Separated from the Navy in There is a rumor now that Lcdr. Hugh Kelly
Slates List aerial photography and its inter- 1945: Ens. Wagner returned to Designated a Naval aviator In i
pretation for intelligence pur- college and was awarded a degreein and Bruno E.. Robak. AN. 1941, Lcdr. Kelly has been var-
poses. music. On Dec. 3, 1948 he returned iously assigned as an instructorin .
Of EventsA The squadron was commis- to the naval service. Lt. (Jg) Robert A. Holmes, of advanced training, as a stu- \r
sioned In January 1949 at the Norwalk, Conn., joined the squadron dent in the Navy general line
series of events, including NAS Norfolk, when the late "Plankies" who are still serving last week after a tour of school, and to duty with the I
social and religious to be held Comdr. Winford O. Moore: lead with the squadron are: Lt. RI: C. duty as a training instructor at staff of Commander Amphibious
within the next week, at St. Ed- the commissioning orders. Bridges, Lt. Edward FalkowskI, Pensacola for the past two and Forces Pacific Fleet which he
ward's chapel has been an- Lt. Leroy E. Irvin, Lt. N. F. one-half years. left for duty with VF-62. YStaggered '
nounced by Lt. John Burns, Cath- Initial personnel of the squadron Olson, Paul Berry, ADC; JamesE. During 1941 and 1945 he was-at -x-
olic Chaplain. comprised 13 officers and 88 en- Walker AFC; Harlen W. Guam as a pilot with VB-100 and Chow
Thursday evening at 1930 tonight listed men who embarked, on a Wolfe, ADC; Ralph Brensinger, also saw action aboard the USS
; a Holy Hour of' Adorationwill training and combat program AD1; Charlie W. Dupree, AD1; Intrepid. After transferring to
be held in St. Edward's, fol- which has consistently brought Jack O. Hill, AF1; Emmet F. the regular Navy In 1947 he was Calls Can Ease
lowed by confessions for the first high praise from fleet com- Kirby, BM1; R. W. Street ADI; assigned to VA-2B which made a
Friday. Friday is the first Fri- manders abroad. Donald M. Swanberg, AD1; L. J. Mediterranean cruise aboard the
carrier that goes Allen, AF2 James M. Davis AE2 USS[ Midway. He was promoted to
day of the month and Mass will Nearly every ; ; Line SituationIncrease
be offered at the usual time of to the Mediterranean Sea has Marshall E. Hoffman AD2; R. E his present rank in November
0625 with communion before the aboard a detachment from the Pierce, A02; Jack M. Putman 1945.: In the number of ..
mass. Friday Is also the Feastof squadron. Five pilots currentlyare AD2; Robert E. Walker, AD3; is. personnel "messing" at the
the Purification at which time in the Korean war zone doing James Edmonds, AD3; Jesse L. The squadron's basketball team main mess hall here has caused
the annual blessing of candles for aerial photo reconnaissance with Hall AK3; Eugene Heard, SD3; split a pair. of games in the station considerable: waiting line tor
the year will take place, at 0615: Task Force 77. Leslie A. Hooper, AF3; Homer ntra-mural league last week. The some-but some division of-
Friday. When Comdr. Moore lost his life A. Sandifer, AF3; T. H. Stalllngs five defeated the First LleutenI ficers have helped alleviate the
Saturday is the first Saturday in a plane crash he was succeeded AF3; W. L. Stanley, AF3; James ant's outfit 35-16 after bowing 44- situation by staggering the
of the month. The chapel will be as skipper by Comdr. LeRoy W. Martin, AN; C. W. Phillips, AN, I.34 to the strong VP-5. lunch hour for their personnel,
the scene of devotions to Our Keith, a veteran of the war in the and thereby lies a tip for all.
Pacific and one of the Navy's"aces. Since the reactivation of
Lady of Fatima at the 0800 Mass.
." Comdr. Keith assumed NATTCenter, the main mess has
The day also marks the feast of
command of the squadron 19 July I I been called to feed more
St. Blaise, the Patron of the nick,,
and will be the occasion of the 1950. He came from NAS, Corpus d RRro personnel. Additional cooks have ..
annual blessing of throats.. Christi Tex., where he was of- been added to the staff and it .
flcer-in-charge of the .Instructors Is hope that within a week the-
The Ladies' Sodality of St. Edward's ,
advance training unit. His Center will have its own mess
and the Holy Name men career includes service aboard the in building 554. .
will sponsor a box supper at 1900 USS Salerno Bay aj air officer It was revealed that the ma- ,
on Monday, February 5, in the the USS Tlconderoga and the USS jority of the personnel, about
email chapel. Ladles coming to Hancock skipper of' VF-80,
as 70 per cent, line up for noon
the event are asked to bring a box of Admiral Hal-
was a part time meals between 1130 and
With sufficient food for two sey'a famed Third Fleet; and on high noon. About 20 per cent
people. the USS Savannah a cruiser. arrive from 1200 to 1230 and
The boxes will be auctioned, .
the other 10 per cent seek chow
with proceed going to make Not only has the squadron excelled before 1300. If more personnel,
Improvements in the chapel. in its military program, butIt '' 1St it is pointed out, were to fall l
Preceding the box supper there has compiled an enviable recordIn in line at the 1230 feeding the
will be entertainment furnishedby sports. While at Norfolk, the waiting would not be as long. !
the Bagaley school( of danc VC-62 basketball team won the Even during the height of :
ing. All personnel are invitedto station's Intra-Mural American feeding a survey made a week -
attend the box supper. League trophy for 1949-50: ; Gordon ago, shows that the waiting i S.
Wednesday, February 7, is Ash I M. Teets, ADC, who.held a i not too hard to take. During
Wednesday, the occasion will b celebrated by the distribution of, during World War II, was the last man in line and in
ashes before the 0630 Mass. Ash I a member of the Norfolkskeet 11 and one-half minutes the
Wednesday it one of the foul, team which travelled all over the L.. "_ 1i' r s man had passed through the
days in the year when Catholic country to participate in skeet long line, had his meals and
personnel are bound to fast and shooting events i'_. >t 4'" was sitting at the table.
abstain. _The day will also b e Including personnel currently ,; *'fo' ''' ,J>
marked by a day of recollectior L serving with overseas detachments 'd'S/.1' :. :. Navy Pilots Win Medals:
for the members of the ladles' sod there are four officers and t ,
Aboard the USS
allty, beginning with morning 25: enlisted men who" are squadron SL':1.. tr '... .' .. 'h.- 110 :;..J (AFPS)-Thirty-one Valley Navy Forge pilots

mass. Conferences will be held at t "plankowners. received air medals for their workin
have not
/, 1000,.1330, and 1530. There will b e The squadron photographers pilots but SEEKING ENEMY-Well-armed U. S. Infantrymen move up support of ground troops in Ko- ..;
shone as
Rosary and Benediction at 193(0. only their ,rocket and gunnery records a snow-covered hill In Wonju front sector as U. N. forces attack rea in ceremonies held aboard this '.
with the Dls
I the same evening Task Force 77 carrier .
the best Red Chinese stronghold in sub-zero temperature. mrnUji.SALTY
I i'' tribution of Ashes being: repeated, at Norfolk were among

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i y 1 February 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five .. L :;j

". I EARL WILSON Says . ] I Tony Pastor In two;Day ,(!

The trouble with Army life is, it's one Spam taste in clothes. Others are just showing more. 'j Stand Here Next WeekTony

thing after another Silly crack, about the Bob Considine, the author, has a horse \ f i
\ dentist who told a patient, "Your teeth are all named after him, and remarked, "That's the

right, but your gums will have to come out." first time anybody ever called me WHOLE ,
The -- ---- -----.. horse!I" What a girl doesn't "No" can hurt Pastor and his celebrated orchestra have been scheduled :

, ;," must have average a lot sergeant of en- her Of course two can live as cheaply as 'or a two-day appearance at NAS next week, playing for an enlisted .I
thusiasm he finds so one. For instance two men can live as cheaplyas nen's dance Tuesday night at the Malnslde auditorium and for the 1

many things worth shout- one woman. ifficers') dance the following night. 1,
ing about. Sign in When some girls say no, it's like a traffic
a local bar: "Rap On cop sign. You don't come to a complete hQlt- The famed vocal-instrumental- 11
The Table We'll See you just slow down for an instant. And i at is currently heading what trade Call" on Shaw's waxing schedule.' A 1
While "Indian Love Call" in
what is a bachelor but a rolling stone that gathers was
That Spirits Appear. boss?. bservers( have called the finest its 'hot' stage in the retail stores 11
,,K A traffic jam is what no *>and in his long career. Also featured i
it sold more than one million I
The apple of a man's eye is often a half- press-
some drivers make out of are vocalists Little and '
careless .. peeled peach. Wise Old Sarge insists youaren't Kay ings. The catch, however, is thatan
pedestrians. Buddy James and instrumentalist unheralded 1
really tight until you come home at 3 arrangement
.14. Reports from Miami indicate Stubby; Pastor.
bath- a.m. and try to take your pants off over your "Begin the Beguine" was put on 4
next summer's
Versatile Performers the other side. It's no secret that"I3eguine" :
head. It looks like the country is getting
< suits for willhave
, ing women. down to brash tax. A local character said, The versatile New Englanderame is the top popular seller I
less cotton than
find in. an aspirin. "I'm gonna surprise my girl with a fur coat- : into prominence as a member of all time I

f' "Some girls," advises Anna she never saw me in one before." of the Artie Shaw Orchestra, Song Writer, Too
A serviceman was in a phone booth talking but long before that he gained This break with "Begin ,the Be- :
J.:' Anna van der Rovaart, "go 'after every Tom, to his girl, but he had to come out. It was nore than a fair share of acclaimn guine" gave Pastor a chance to

Dick and Harry. Others just go after jack crowded with both of 'em in there. i the entertainment business. His organize his own orchestra, which !

: How about the captain with two silver barson Servicemen who are always wiring home for i nitlal effort came with the old has done very well indeed. The

his shoulder and a brass bar under his foot? money probably feel that in Western Union there commanders: under the direction of man with the unusual voice, sings ,
is strength A debutante was defined as a 1:Irving Aaronson and their quick- songs particularly suited to his "I
.1- Ed Gardner defined opera: "That's when a girl with a very high nose and a very low neck- --' style, and his band offers almost '

guy gets stabbed and instead of dying he sings." line '. Many s woman has married a man i'r any type of arrangement. '
A corporal's natural instinct is something for life-and discovered too late he didn't have ;.-,:'..\'' Tony Pastor is also one of the I

that tells him he's right-whether he is or not. any Arthur Godfrey reported "Some men r .. ', 'j top songwriters in the nation. He ,
Women are never satisfied. They're always sleep in pajama tops. With taxes the way they has written some of the best
t trying to take off weight, put it on or re- are, I just sleep in the string." known jump instrumentals, Includ- 'I.

t arrange it. Some girls are showing more (Copyright, Post-Hall Syndicate) I Y ing "Wigwam Stomp", "Helen of

1 Troy" and penned the ballads for

"Blossoms", "There's a Love Song
July Cut-off Date Fasron 6, VF-41 VF-42 Report .In The Air" and "Sunday in Sa- I I,

"I For Vets to Start

Gl Bill EducationVeterans Scouting The Squadrons. I i NAS Civilians '1

- I I

The personnel strength of their first duty assignment These I Pay Over MillionIn 1
of World War n plan-
youngsters are giving their best
Fasron Six has been given a
ning GI Bill education and train- to uphold the growing reputationof
ing were reminded by Veterans decided boost by the additionof Fasron 6 as a hard working, WithholdingMore t

recruits and the recall of smooth functioning outfit.It .
t Administration today that the
many reserves. Is desired to: have a separ- than $1,037,700 was
July 25: 1951, cut-off date for
Speaking of Reserves, the ate column for Fasron 6 each deducted as withholding taxes
starting courses is only 6 months stories they tell are about as In- I week. A prize of $2 will be given from pay checks of civilian

away. teresting as the "sea stories" to the person submitting the Tony Pastory employees of the Naval Air

This coming Spring school term that the Regulars tell. These men best title for this column All 1 followed assignments with Joe Station during the calendar
will be the final such term most have often held very diversified suggestions should be addressed -
Venuti and Vincent
veterans may enter or reenterbefore jobs in civilian life. : PIO, Fasron 6, Hangar first chance Lopez. to year 1950, it was revealed
Tony got a sing
the deadline VA said 115. The winning name will when "Form W-2" the state
so To enumerate a few of them, appear with Lopez, but he got his first ,
if they, plan to enroll it's not tooL we have Paul F. Schwartz, AMS3, In this *column> next week Veal big chance with Artie Shaw. ment of earnings and tax, was

early to start making. arrange- who was a truck driverownerand 'recording listed "Indian Love issued recently.
ments now. FV-41 Don M. Maurer, YN3,
before recalled
just being ,
The 1951 deadline applies to ( the yeoman of VF-41 received TM total wages paid during j
purchased a $30,000 refrigerated
luring his next two years in Germany this to civilians
most World War II veterans those long awaited orders this period was more i
trailer truck and James A. Wat-
week and will leave for and possibly the adjacent than $15,000,000.:
soon overseas -
those from service be-
discharged son, ATS, radio announcer for I
ountries. He has also checked
fore July 25: 1947. Those dis- station WKBC in West Wilkes- duty with the U. S. Naval Although figures were not
charged after that date have four boro, N. C. Howard Chereskin, Forces, Germany. jut a German phrase in book from readily available for the military I
the education officer
from their discharge date in Maurer was a YNSN serving preparation personnel due to the movement of
years ADE3, has a B. A. in Biochemistry -
with VA-44 when he t: for "getting along" with the
which to begin. and was attending Pre-Med requested individuals and units during the (
Veterans actually must have school at Hofstro College in overseas duty early in 1950. J people.A year, it is estimated that approximately -
Maurer was aboard with VF-41 bachelor at present, Maurer an equal amount was paid
Hampstead Island.
commenced their training by the Long
for the when the to do about I
ceremony squadron expects something to officers and enlisted personnel -
cut-off date if want to
they continue William G. Schmidt AF2
.' was placed in commission at this situation during a ten-day stationed in Jacksonville.Since .
\ afterwards, according to H. another reserve, has a B. S. in .
NAAS Oceana.A 1 eave period before departing for
the first six months of
F. Dickensheets V-A's Pass-A-
Ceramic and
Engineering was em- "
confirmed "shutter bug, 'far places.
Grille Regional Manager. A vet- away 1950 saw a gradual decrease in ;
ployed by the Logan Clay Co., in
Maurer hopes to greatly increasethe Maurer hails from Westmont,
must be in that personnel, both military and f
eran training on Logan, Ohio. Martin L. Berman,
pictures in his photo album (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)PIN ) I.
and the last six months
date unless he has temporarily interrupted AN, worked for the Civil En- I
S' his course for summer gineers in Brooklyn. Martin is saw a proportions increase, the
vacation or for other reasons be- having considerable difficulty in ; ; figures do not represent a true

yond his control. .... a his new job because he wears an picture. !
Once he completes or discontinues unusual size 7ft "H" shoe and I Next year's overall figures are
his course of OI Hill the Navy has no such size. expected to be greatly increased. "

training after the deadline, he If you see a sailor walking
may not start another course. around the base in uniform witha Check-up Fella!

Also, he must meet the followIng pair of brown civilian shoes on I
two post-deadline! requirements don't put him on report for it will

: just be Berman. Are you Average? '
.. He will be expected to pursue I
his training "continuously until Competent Chief Petty Officersare :
filling officer billets left Here's Lowdown
completion except for conditions
vacant by officers being trans-
which would cause in-
ferred. Some of these men and z y. By Armed Forces Press Sen Ice
terruption by any student. their William :1 This mild shock
positions are: T. may come as a
And he his educa-
may Shoemaker, AMC Air but men prefer brains in
tional objective "only while in acting : you
Frames officer; Franklin G. Gran- women. And the chances are your
training and then for reasons berry, ATC, acting Electronics of- name Is either Charles, James,
satisfactory to the Administrator. ficer and John P. Anderson, ADC, : George, John or William.
." Public Law 610( which per- acting First Lieutenant. 4 : A recent survey In Liberty ".
to make a lirst .
mits a veteran fields of Lt. (jg) O. W. Rigsby, Sup- magazine produced some inter .
... change of general for it, will ply Officer for Fasron Six.tor the .Sam esting facts about Mr. Average !
merely by applying h
.. past 28 months has been'lrans- :Man:
not be in effect after the cutoffdate. ferred to Kodiak, Alaska. He was lie U :5 feet 9 Inches tall.

the V-A" Manager said. replaced by Lt. (jg) Roger I. I lie weighs 117 pounds. ".i." ,

Bateman who w a e formerly I Ills neck measures 15 inches; his

aboard the USS W. R. Rush. ,chest, 37 Inches; waist 32 Inches;
All Hands Available Lt. E. M. Hornbrook is the I hips 36 Inches; thigh, 17 inches;

proud owner of a .22 caliber rifle I bleeps, 13 inches; calf, 12 Inches.
raffled off by the Maintenance Di- He wears an 8'!/= size shoe.
Thru SubscriptionAlthough vision for the benefit of the t tF lie dies at the age of 65.2 If he's

All Hands Magazine March of Dimes campaign. This 1 white, 57.9 If' he's Negro. I

is distributed free to the campaign has exceeded all expec- lie's had 8.9 jean of schooling.
Marine Corps and Naval tations and so far, nearly $500 has lie starts losing his hair between -
of 35 and 40.
been collected.. the age I
for perusal,
reserve He gets married at ZS. :
desire their own copy can ,
obtain through subscription. All new occupants like to havea lIe has an average of one wife r ti
clean, shiny, freshly painted lie gets divorced at 34.
home, be it house, cave or hangar. lie wean size 7 hat.
Each magazine sent to Instal- With this in mind, personnel of His legs are 33 Indies long.
lations is intended for 10 read- cent of American -
Fasron 6 pitched in and scrub- V Forty-thre per
ers. However, if personnel miss of bed, polished, painted, policed and men prefer brains In women;
out on their monthly reading put the final luster on hangar 42 per cent prefer looks.
All Hands, they can enclose 114 in anticipation of new tenants. Twenty million of the 70 million

$2.00 for a subscription. The A 30-man working party, head- male in the United Statesare

fee, with subscription blank, ed by ordnance chief, Pinckney A. named either Charles, Jame,
should be mailed to: Superin- Alsbrook, carefully spread ap- George, John or William. William
tendent of Documents, Govern- proximately one gallon of paint Is leading with B8.6 per. cent' .(
ment Printing Office-Washington the 20 million.Springfield .
each during one week and spent ,
25: D. C.
the next week waxing the decks
Mission of the magazine is __
furniture, and other equipment.A 'w"" V"'" I Ohio ( )
to disseminate current Infor- large portion of the credit UP OF THE WEEK-That might well be the title for ;Pearl Kramer was remodeling her

mation of career interest to ev- for the improved appearance is this picture o&. lovely Cyd Charisse. Currently she is one of the I kitchen but now the job has met

. ?'., ery man and woman in the naval due to the apprentice airmen who Metro-Goldwyan-Mayer actresses and the nautical props might II with a snag. A thief made off

; establishment: recently' reported to Fasron 6 for suggest she is partial to men of the Navy. with the kitchen sink.


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With Ed Nellist ,
The average attendance at the Flier's home games is

usually less than 100. Since the total strength of NAS is

many times that number, it represents a poor turnout.
Perhaps the reason that a larger attendance is not

present may be that NATTCenter auditorium is not readily S1

I available by bus or because the games are not given the f

!! proper advance notice. A plan is now under way to have t \w -. -------
transportation made available to and from the to the
I READY FOR GOLDEN GLOVES-All ret tor action are tae.e
the barracks. If such is found
immediate of
area a means three punchers of the Jax Navy boxing squad which will see actionin
i its continuance will depend to a large extent upon the num- the Golden Gloves mitt carnival which jets under way Feb.

} ber that make use of it. wary 7 at the Duval County Armory. Giving the speed bag a rapid

f Actually there is no excuse for the poor attendance in going over on the left is Buddy Hudgins, featherweight; Light ._ ..
\ the past. The team is playing a fine brand of ball that de- heavyweight Henry Wortmann gets in a little one-two in the cen- ",

.{ serves all support that can be given. I while Freddie Farr, right, pounds the heavy bag on the right.. jot jotter

( Tomorrow night the team will tangle with another colI I The tourney will be held Feb. 7, 8 and 9.

lege team, Stetson University. It would be nice if so many I
people were in the stands that it would be hard to find a tLr '.'

f I I seat. I HAS Volleyballers CaptureSt. I Air News Needs

Last week we asked about low scoring basketball games Sports WritersThe I

} that may have been witnessed by readers. So far, only one Pete Invitational MeetBreezing
Jax: Air News is in dire
person has come forth with a story. The game, while not need of sports writers. Any
actually a low-score game, envolves a person who was tackle personnel who would like to
I on last year's Varsity football squad and is at present with' handily through top competition, the Jackson try their hand at writing I'
CAG One. vine Naval Air Station volleyball team captured the second sports for the Jax Air News,

i In the final game of the district tourney, relates John annual invitational tournament -at St. Petersburg last Sat- either asked to part( contact time the or editor full, are in ..

Tabb, PN3, of ComFairJax, Colquitt defeated Albany, Ga., ,urday. .. room 125, main administration .
( 15-14 in an overtime meet. At the end of the first quarter First to rail before the localswas Woods. ADC, Clyde R. Smith, building.
team the St.'etersburg
the'host ,
Colquitt was leading 10. They failed to score in the second YMCA. In a best two PR2, Joe Binczak ADI, James
". period and were trailing C-l at the intermission. iut J of three match the Navy won Nunn, AMI, and Joe Simons, AD1. Local Unit Gage Squad

Regular playing time terminated in a 14-11 deadlock. t he first with the spiking prowessif Undertakes PaceOne
Tom Abbott and Killer" Cram SPOUTS SHORTS Dizzy
It was then that Buddy Grimes, now of CAG-1, won the game but were cut down in the second.
J, for Colquitt. Grimes sunk a charity toss that proved to be I n the last and deciding game of In a publicity release dated January ComFairJax-is unit cage setting squad some at NAS-sort
4, Rothman & Gibbons,
the of the over-time period. he match the locals dropped
only score vertising agency of Pittsburgh, of record for number of games I
behind 11-4 and then. rallied bril-
Pa, announced |he signing of a played in one season.
The first night of the 1931 Golden Gloves boxing show 1 lartly to win 1512. contract with Ralph Kiner of the Not content to play every oth-
will next Wednesday at the Jacksonville Ar A complete new team took the Pirates "to handle all his product er night in the intra.mural league,
get underway
I f loor for the Navy in the follow- endorsements and testimonial ad- ComFairJax is also competing in
mory. i t ns match against Florida vertising for radio television and the Jacksonville< Commercial 1
: At present it is not known which members, if any, of Southern, and paced by Donald commercial publications." The release League. ComFairJax is a strong
/ the NAS boxing team will be matched the first night. Lyon and Joseph Binczak cap- added: "Those Interested contender in both leagues being
ured two straight to qualify for should contact the In a three-way tie for first in the
However, five NAS boxers are entered in the meet and i he finals. Pittsburgh ag- Commercial and holding a four-
will action. The finalists in the Armory will be sent ency immediately as 1951 con-
see go In the feature match in the tracts are now being signed.. way tie for third in the IM league
to New York where they compete in the Tournament of evening, the Jarknoiuilta team here. I
The only two losses sufferedby f
drubbed the! First Methodist!'
William Enos, who piloted Bax- ComFairJax in Commercial
netters 15-6 and 15-8. Abbott
ley Hazlehurst (Georgia State) league play have been at the
Who is the world's champion Acey-Ducey player? We and Cram opponent again with overpoweredtheir sparkling last season, has been appointed hands: of first half champs Down- .. I ..
don't have an answer to that but we do have word that Fas- net play while Bill Willis anti playing manager of the Pittsburgh ing A. C. The CFJ's have won 4,
(K-O-M) Browns. He Is a left-
lost one and scored a total of 294
ron-6 claims to be the home of the best Acey-Ducey men in Meraldooda contributed some handed first baseman who lives at points to date in second half -"
r the Navy. outstanding teamwork. Cohasset, 1lass.Shortstop play.
Fasron-6 has had a running Acey-Ducey tournament in Abbott, team captain for the The ComFair-ites occasionally 1
progress for the last several weeks. The championship has 1 ocals is hoping to arrange a Phil Rizzuto of the find themselves playing two
natch with the Cecil Field champions -
Yankees, after undergoing an op- in one evening-playing an
hands quite few times. Past champs have included games
changed a in the future
near as preparation -
eration for removal of a tumor on early intra-mural fray and then
Tom Abbott, Harry Jackson, Bert La Chapelle and for entering the State AAU an eyelid, is taking exercises to with the sweat hardly dry, shootto
John Wood. At present the champ is Willie J. Gormley but t ournament; in early March. I have his optics tuned for another town for a Commercial league II
Jackson and Wood are hot after his throne. Comprising the local squad on batting average over 300. frav
the trip south, were Lcdr. Tom

The Intra-mural basketball tourney now finishing its .John Abbott J. Newman Cram, ADC R. ,Willis Merald, AMC R., II What Do You Know About Cricket: I ;' r

third week has been playing to a full house for almost every

game. To prove that Class A basketball is played in the I Govern Goes When phones finally stopped Overhaul and Repair; Alfred
J-M leagues, some men have been graduated from the I-M ringing and the staff got to Hass of the inspection depart- Or'"
G. Ferro of
comparing notes last Friday, ment, and Stan
ranks to the Varsity squad. In it was found that two people Fasron-6. ,
To Front
had given the correct answerto Today's question will test
Keep hearing rumors that Tarpon can be caught off the the sport quiz at the same your knowledge of the ageless

seaplane dock. Martin L. Berman has been spending a lot Medal PlayFinal time.While sport played of like Cricket with eleven is-
of time in Barracks "A" constructing a rod to catch them. J Robert Kemp, YN3 of men but the names givento

Now if the fish don't hear about the rumor and go someplace tabulations of the third correct ComFairJax answer was over giving extension the designate the positions on
round of the 72-hole Medal Tournament -
cricket team much dif
else. shows that Frank Govern 216, William D. Sharpe, Quar- a We will are nineof
has replaced Leo Marchel in the terman of Supply was on ex- ferent.the eleven give you

Organization of the station varsity tennis squad is number one spot of the championship tension 8184 both giving the are to supply the positions other,, .. ._
week. All interested personnel flight. Govern is one up on correct answer. Here the \
scheduled to begin next are nine positions:
should contact Lt. Leonard Curtis at extension 395. with a 213. The question concerned the A bowler, point, cover point, .
Dick Middleton is leading the real name of a famous middle- mid off. mid on, short slip,
first[ night with a 213 while Jer- weight and his ring name. leg off
who the square deep mid and
Jack Crosswhlte piloted the United States border ended
ry Morrison is in the second spot .Stanley Ketchel was the ring deep mid on. Now all you haveto
Ellzabethton (Appalachian) team at the Guatemalan frontier. with 215. Mark Bramlett is still name used by Stanislaus Kie- do is to find the two miss-
last year, will manage Klngsport within striking distance with a cal. Both Kemp and Sharpe ing members of our cricket
Outfielder George Wilson and awarded chits that en-
in the same league during the 216.! were team.
Infielder Lou Stringer were sold Th second flight Is headed by titled them to a free full The first correct answer to
P 1951 campaign. by the Red Sox to Birmingham Jesse Bush on the strength of a course meal at the Civilian today's question wins a free
(Southern) and Hollywood (Coast) 209. Admiral Montgomery holds Cafeteria. full course meal at the Civillian .
El Ocotal, Mexico (AFPS) respectively second place with a 214. Among the many that called Cafeteria, good any day
After driving 2 150( miles in six Mike Hollack with a 208 is in with the correct answerto of the week.
days, Herschel McGnff of Portland Thought of the Day: Do some leading the third flight and Wac- last week's question, were To allow for an even distribution
Ore.. was $17,381 richer for sports "experts" go without hats ky Webb is in second with a 209. John Baxley, AN, from NAR- of the Air News no answers ,
winning Mexico's bordertoborbecause they are unable to buy a .In the fourth flight it is Bill Her- TU; H. J. Parker, PRC, of will be accepted before '+ .1
der stock car race. The race chapeau that will fit their swelled man out in front with a 207 and Fasron-6; Charley Carney of 0900 Friday. r
which began in Ciudad Jaurez on heads Bill Chase runner-up with 220.

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Leaguers I -p wa Fliers Drib Green Cove :

Slate Exhibition I -1

' Contests In Jax 74.65 To BoloDce kite :

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A series of nine exhibition Avenging an earlier defeat at the hands of the Green

w games, which well bring such ) Cove Bullets, the Jax Navy Fliers evened their season's record ;

major Red league Sox, Philadelphia clubs as the Phils.Boston at 8-8, when they stopped the neighboring Bullets, 7465on "I: '

.. Washington Senators, CincinnadReds I the l local l court Monday night. .:

and the Brooklyn Dodgersto With Red Sheldon: ana Bob
Jax, has been announced by > Becker, along with Mutt Pasco, are host to a powerful Stetson
Crowther D o y d, Jacksonville. starring for the Fliers, the Bul- University team that is ratedas
Baseball Club official. I lets had little chance to stop the one of the strongest teams in
I Five. Becker the State.
rampaging Navy
Steve O'Neil's Boston Red Sox
The Fliers will not be in
was high with 20 white Sheldon seen
will open the exhibition series accounted for 18. action at home again after Fri
April 4, clashing with the local i iJax 1 Suthard and David were the day the 13th of February when
... Tars in an afternoon tilt at I work horses for the Green Cove they will meet Georgia State \,
the Jax Ball Park. Then the, Teachers College here. Here ,!
squad playing hard fast ball for isFebruary's
Philadelphia Phi Is and the
I almost all of the schedule:
Brooklyn Dodgers meet in a fray I The Fliers lost a game.heart breaker Feb. 2 Stetson Univ., Home
r April 5, followed by the Cincin-I I : to the Keesler Air Force Base 6 Eglin Field Away
nati-Washmgton tilt April 6. All quintet 58-60, last week. Pasco 8 Patrick AFR, Away
are afternoon tilts to be played 13 Ga. State Teachers
and Becker stood out for the Fliers ,
at the Jax Ball Park. I j
.k,. with brilliant floor play and Home ..:
'r Minneapolis Millers of the ( ; I accurate shooting to bring home 14 Jax Jr. College Home 'k
American Association move into 19 and 17 apiece. 15 Parris Island, Away
town for a two-day stand with Jo3 Griego sank 22 points for 16 Charleston Col.,' Away
_ '" the Jax Tars on April 7 and 8; a. Kee ler to cop scoring honorsof 23 Fla. U. Freshmen,
, the Tars then meet Albany of the I the game. Owens and Mor- Home
Class A Eastern league oh April ,for- were also instrumental in 27 Fla. U. Freshman,
.I 10, and play host to Ottawa of 44 establishing the Aviators as Away
the International loop on April the victors.The Individual Scoring Record
11, 12, and 13 Ottawa has replaced ; < -pcn : Fliers had little difficulty GM FG FT TP
I* Jersey City of the International } in turning back the powerful Eg- Becker 15 94 23 211
league. lin Air Field Eagles, 75-54, here Pasco 15 76 37 189 '
Tickets for all of these frays last Friday night. Eglin entered Sheldon 15 50 23 123
can be obtained from the Jack- the game with an 11-3 record but Wheeler 15 32 48, 121 r y,
sonville Baseball Club, 730 was unable to keep up with the McKay 15 33 10 76
Lynch building.x a fast pace set by the Fliers in the -xCivilian-
second half of play.
LIfcltS 'HUP EAGLES Jim llighley of the Jax: Fliers tips Golf
in a two-pointer as the locals routed the visiting Eglin Field Eagles Mutt Pasco, Bob Becker and
16 Pairs ClashIn 73-51 last Friday John Blair (31) of Eglin anticipates the Red Sheldon proved to be the
combination for the Fli-
S. next move.VFi41 winning
ers, totaling 50 points between Play Begins
theu. Pasco was high with 18, I
2nd Round Of
... VP-5 Sport Unbeaten MarksIn Becker next with 17. The entire
team played heads-up ball. Here Feb. 3 'J

Winter Two-Ball Hot Intra-Mural HOOD CircuitOnly Tomorrow night the Fliers A field of 40 linksmen will tee '

off Saturday morning in the ;'j
Fast competition has nar- two teams now boast unblemished records after two Buses AvailableTo first round of the annual station)
weeks of intra-mural basketballthe league play, with VF-41 heading civilian golf championship tourn-
rowed down the field of win- American loop parade with .i a 5-0 slate while VP-5 leads the Fliers GamesA ament.
ter mixed two-ball tournament National circuit with a 4-0 record. With qualifying rounds still to "
contestants to 16 male- Physical Training has with station bus will depart be completed as late as Wednes- .
drawn from the National league gation as a prelim to the Varsity from the bus stop in front of day, pairings were not to be '.
I female teams, with the win- and in its place is a NATTC quintet game, 35-27, the Mainside Lounge to the ready until sometime today, officials x'
ners of this week's second that will capably fill the The standings in both leagues Fliers-Stetson basketball game have announced. However ''
round matches expected tomove gap. as of Monday n lrht.American at NATTCenter auditorium to- contestants can inquire about 4"
into the finals in the In National League play last League morrow night, and for every pairings; by phoning Joe Perrittat a
Tuesday Hospital soundly home game for the rest of the 8-2786 from 1800 to 2100.
1 Team LostVF41
four flight brackets.The trounced First Lt. Division, 90- 5 0 season. Two runs will be made. Pairings will also be posted at .1
results of the first round of 25; VP-5 conquered VC-62, 44- NARTU 4 1 the first leaving at 1845 and the Process division bulletin "
play show: Bill Chase-Fuz Weber 34; Operations edged a fighting ComFalrJax 5 0 the second at 1910. A return board at O & R.
defeated Jud Pearson-Emily Pear- O&R crew 36-35; VA-45 lost to Fasron 6 3 2 trip will be made followingthe Entries have been placed in .'
Bill McWilliams-LouIse Mc- five flights, championship, first, '
son; VF-42 36-27 and in the final Fasron 109 3 2VP861 game.
Williams downed Bill Rusk-Martha game of the day Supply defeated 3 2 second, third and fourth. Eight 1,
i Rusk; Bill Foulk-Alexis De- Physical Training 40-33. Marines 1 3 men are placed in each flight
decisioned North- with rounds to be played on
LaMater Wright Representation LagsAt
ComFair Beaten I rsonnel 1 3 '
Allan North, and Leo Marchel- week-ends at the local course.
NARTU handed ComFairJaxits V t'-3 1 4
Jean Marchel defeated John Ad- Herb Pinney who defeated Ray
.. first defeat, 59-48 in Wednesday's Dispensary 0 5 Bowling
6 ams-Helen Adams in the first Kennedy one-up in a 38-hole
American play. FASron 109 National League marathon last the de-
flightIn Representation at last Tues- year, is
VP-3 48-35 VF-41 wal-
topped ;
? the second flight Bill Shoalts- Team Won Lost day's Intra Mural bowling fending champion.
Personnel 46-18 and FAS-
loped ,
V l'.5 4 1 Thirty two of the entries have
Ann Clark downed Hed Wade- meeting was too inadequate to
ron-6 downed Dispensary, 49-21.
1 Barbara Barker; Eleanor Robert- Supply 3 2O&R formulate necessary plans for already qualified. They include
The Marines defeated VP-861.
3 2VC6 Herb Pmney, Ray Askew, Rod
son-Gus Macri beat Lester Rice- starting a tourney Thus another -
The first game Thursday was
Bill % 3 2 meeting will be held at Pinney, Dick Cleveland, Lester
Bess Brockhaus-Kay
Day; one of the low score type exem-
Lou Bradshaw Emory Til-
3 2 Gray, ,
Brockhaus defeated Chuck Dltt- Building 930 this Friday, Feb-
ball control
I plary of play. Sup
mar-Ann Dittmar, and Dave lien- downed the O&R Orerations 3 2 ruary 2, at 1000. It is requested lis Ray Kennedy, Charles Young, r
ply hoopsters
3 Lloyd Brahn Joe Perritt, Doug
Henderson vr-u 2 that all interested organizations i '
derson-Nana won over 27-15; VA-45 successfully edged
VA.45 2 3 Church and Nick Pulignana.
I Frank Lusk-Alice Lusk.In Operations, 53-52 in a game that have a representative
Phy. Tr& 2 2 at this Also Ezell Everett, Jesse Smith,
third flight play Ray Tjlu-: was decided in the final seconds. NA'ITC 0 1 present meeting. Mann Johnston, Howtrd Hermn-
: r cU-Betty T>'lucki took AK.. Rob VF-42 beat Physical Training, ger, Frank Van Nest, Jack Silver
inson-Betty Koch; Joe Williams- 41-29, while leading VP-5 downed Jim Bjars, Clayton Phifer, Andy
Marge Gardiner defeated Capt Hospital 54-39. The last game ,1 Planey, Jim Morgan, Joe Kelty,
I. Gingrich-Louise Gingrich; Adrian of the day ended with VC-62 t'I Joe Stover John Vinyard,Harold
loP 'of Back-Linda Back downed :Porter better than doubling the score :7k. { Fielding, Al Quagliana, Ferrett
Bedell-Betty Bedell, and Paul on First Lt., 35-16 M1 A 1. Ross and Tom Helmai 5,
.' George-Estelle George defeated One Game Called Prizes will be awarded to the
Dan Helms-Kathy Helms.! Fourth Friday's game found VF-41 f winner, runner-up and consola-
flight play saw John Mealey-Ann downing FASron 6 in a very S l tion winner of each flight.
Mealey defeat Bill Herman-Pat close contest. 3635. The lead % r a I -x-
Herman and John Hirst-Hazel changed hands several times in _
Hirst decision Bill Hendrix-Mar- the last two minutes. The game Capt. Early Cops
garet Hendrix. between the Marines and Personnel

Pairings for the four flights of had to be discont ued at Blind Bogey PlayCapt.
the second round of the four-ball the end of the first half becauseof
meet are: Bill Chase-Fuz Weber a broken basket. The contest Julius Early copped the
.- '. vs. Bill McWilliams-Louise :McWil- will be rescheduled in the near weekly LUnd bogey golf tourneyat
liams; Bill Foulk-Alexis DeLaMater future. the NAS links, carding a net '
'. vs. Leo !larchel-J ean NARTU was victorious over a 72
Second flight: Bill thin Dispensary crew 35-15 in Bill Haas finished in the runnerup -
Clark vs. Eleanor 1IarChel'l the first game of the evening ses- spot with a net 78 as a resultof
Macri; Bill : sion and FASron 109 defeated i a 4 handicap on a 'gross 82.
haus vs. Dave Henderson-Nana ComFairJax 32-27 in the second.In Haas also captured the longest r
Henderson. the final game of the week drive honors for the day when he
VP-801 defeated VP-3, 27-20.
Gene Pelt
a 230-yarder"
Third flight pairings: Ray Ty-
Monday VC-62 edged VF-42
to the honors
ier took closest pin
Jutkl-Betty 'If'lutkl8.. Joe Will 33-0 in the first go, and NATTC when his tee shot landed a scant
Hams-Marge ; Adrian lost its first game to the hot Hospital r. ._._. __.
Back-Linda Back Paul __ _..,__ _.. .mm_ four feet from the pin.
vs. George- five, 74-51. VA-45 drubbedthe <
Estelle George 1st Lt. Gagers.Operations FEMININE VARIETY-Forward Fran Free of Jax, aims one -
Fourth flight: yank Gage-El- got back In winning for the bucket in the WAVES' fray with Eglin Air Force Base The' Cardinals have scheduledthe
acne Hillis vs. Jim Mulllns-Lois ttride by beating Supply 39-28. Wafs in the varsity prelim here last Friday. Ruth Richardson, largest number of floodlight J
set for the rebound.' The local WAVES took the fray, games In major league history for
.+ .1 Mullins; John Mealy-Ann Mealy O&R scored a slight upset (17)). gets .
r vs. John Hirst-Hazel Hirst. when it dropped the VP-5 aggre- 41-38. 1951. .

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Award Goes To
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(Items offering for sale article!
ef property such as washing: machines
Heroes Of Korea
automobiles, furniture,
radios, clothing, and the like I
prohibited by Defense Depart* Washington (AFl' )-The first
meat regulations. This column,, awards of the Congressional Medal ..
will however, list such service of Honor, the nation's high. .
as available housing, hides wanted est military award, resulting from "
tf lost and found articles another heroic action of U. S. military personnel
similar notices.) .N in Korea were made recently -
FOR RENT r: ee.Ar{. by President Truman.

Unfurn. 4 rm. apt. $60 mo.: 2700 Among several recipients Attending -
Lakeshore Blvd. W., Mrs. Me- a ceremony held in the
Gowan, Ph. 2-4291 or 2-9257. President's" news conference room
5 rm. unfurn, apt. 1511 MargaretSt. was :Mrs.: William F. Dean, wifeof

., Mrs. Rogero, Ph. 7-6943. Maj. Gen. Dean, 24th Infantry". ,
3 rm. furn. cottage, $35 mo., opposite Division Commander, reported ,e
NAS, Mrs. Schultz, Ph. ,] 000 5 +4 missing in action early in the
Orange Park, 83952. T'M, 'ti tE \ J.p.e Krt P.N.ti.t b fighting.
3 bedrm house in Mandarin, un- E" F S w h.l erilit.ry-a.r.rtl..fnr thShi Others who received nrnla1 In
furn. Mrs. Rogero, Ph. 7-6943. behalf of the relatives' to whom "
Furn. apt. in Riverside, Mrs. they were awarded were: .
Platt, Ph. 8-9011. Mrs. Lazon P. Henry, Salt Lake ..
3 rm. apt, 1048 Willis Dr., Mrs. City, Utah; wife of 1st Lt. Fred-
Bauknight, Ph. 2-0878. erick Henry, who sacrificed him
7 rm. house, furn., 2368 Lake- + k' L r i' i4 '+ r ,: Poauou1a" self to cover the ''withdrawal of
shore Blvd., Mrs. Turner, Ph. his troops.

2-4806. e RM '. F.att.l..c.r't.s s ij is Mrs. Maidie S. Watkins, of
unfurn. house + Hi5li100000" Ka+ ./lh.r N CAI..'. N.rM
S rm. corner of 5 Gladewater, Tex., wife of M. Sgt.
Stimson and St. Johns Ave., 44 Travis E. Watkins, who was killed
Mrs. Brand. tAdlKti Its s. ie.tyi r.>.sa (' MAIAJANIw..nrrthted near Yongfan last September.Mrs. .
Furn. rm. and half-bath for t 0..i iii. ,. O *rTNAI3ND Hazel O. Turner, of Boston
gentleman, Five Points, Mrs. A., 'tltlN-{ tt. PNILIPPMItS ,- Mass, mother of SFC Carl M
Anderson, Ph. 7-4753. ise oa. sMF W. Turner, also killed near Yong
Widow will share her home with ,
couple, 3549 Ernest St., Mrs. fan.Edward .
Brown, Ph. 2-6317. eool AFPS D. Brown, of Mehaffey,
1) a / >roM ttr t Pa., father of Pfc. Melvin I
Rm. and board in pvt. home, 4524 Iw u Iris, 0 *
v Brown, missing in action Ka-
Astral Ave., Mrs. Burell, Ph, sever RUSSU I near
2-4726. san.

Downtown furn. apt., Mr. Saucer, DOMW4ATED AREA r- { In presenting the awards, Mr.
Ph. 4-7936. i COMMUMfT AREAL Truman remarked that he had pre.
4 rm. unfurn. apt., pvt. entrance, 6n.tiAt.itlltnrtituttl Of M/DO GAttA sented more medals of honor than ..
near NAS, 1521 Osceola St. A all previous Presidents combined. ,
Mr. Pitcher. {!! Il, =;:Mw.aY .' Also present at the ceremony
5 rim furn. apt. 626 Chelsea St., + / was T. Sgt. Christopher C. Hen
apply at 1004 Rosselle St., Mrs. ry, brother of Lt. Henry, himselfa
Cason, Ph. 6-9644 Korean casualty, who was
2 bdrm. unfurn. house with garage brought In on a stretcher from .,k -
11, near NAS and Cecil Field, Dependents Required to Pay Advance Walter Reed Army Hospital. He
Mrs. Platt, Ph. 8-9001. Records Are Old suffered machine gun wound and
2 rm. apt., 2967 Selma St., Miss was held captive by the Commu-
Neil, Ph. 26480. i Stuff To Champ Admittance Fee For HospitalizationDependents nists for 27 days. After the cere-
4 rm. furn. apt., 2022 Gilmore St., mony, the President approachedSgt.
near Five Points, Ferrill Coch- Golfer NorthMaybe admitted to the Naval Hospital are required to deposit Henry's stretcher and shook
rin, Ph. 7-9514. in advance, the sum of $25: .25 to cover the period of one week's hands with him.
2 bdrm. furn. house, 6252 Fire it was that cotton chop- hospitalization. The notice was given out last week in a memorandum
stone Rd., Mr. Sheppard. ping which him strong signed by Captain Dwight Wharton, Naval Hospital Commanding
Furn. rm. for lady, 2743 Vernon wrists and arms gave, or perhaps it is Officer, in compliance with instructions received from the Bureauof Cold weather
Terrace, Miss Smelling, Ph. 2- concentration in the game-but Medicine and Surgery.It .
5915 or 5-8763. whatever the Chief i is pointed out that if advance '.
Furn. 3 bdrm. brick bung., Ph. reason tion agents office which is Uniform GetsImprovement
Wright North of Cecil Field has deposits are in excess of the
9-4311 Mrs. located in building A-2, next to
carved for himself a niche as one amount desired for hospitalization -
2-2rm. furn. apts., 316 W. Union of the Navy's finest golfers.A a refund either by check or the dependents outpatient clinic.
St, Mr. Saucer. The collection agent in the past
cash will be made. Personnel desiring -
Furn. 5 rm. bung. $75. mo., Mrs. veteran of 17 years of golf- has contacted the individual
Johnson, Ph. 2-6640 after 5 PM. ing, North, presents NAS champion to make advance deposits I patient but this practice has been Washington (AITS) An im-

Large bedrm. for couple, Ph. 2- started early with earnest Postman Rings In Korea stopped. The responsibility now proved lightweight cold weather !
4081 evenings. Mrs. Reed, 4734 application and worked at the lies with the service man or his uniform for combat troops has '
Ramona Blvd. sport until he became good With "Greetings" Notice dependent to contact the collection been developed by the Army Quar
6 rm. bung. to share with bus- enough to compete in tourna- i agent and arrange to pay for termaster Corps. J
iness lady Mrs. Doonan, Ph. ments. With the 25th Division in Korea hospitalization.In The new uniform, the result of \
2-7323, evenings. North has won quite a few (AFPS-After five straight case of emergency admissions two' 'ears research, will be lighterand
Suite of rms. and private bath, tournaments, placed high in sev- weeks of combat, Pfc. FrederickA. at night, personnel will report loss bulky than the present I
1352 Avondale Ave. Mrs. Black, eral others, but he topped it all Corser, 20, of Gregory, Mich., the following day for pay dress, but at the same time will
2-9946. off when he set the competitivecourse has received a letter his first ment. Personnel have been asked afford greater protection from bitter t
2 bdrm. bung. Phyllis St., P. M. record at Vero Beach since arriving here. to cooperate in making prompt weather '
Hess, Ph. 2-2455. Royal Park Golf Club during the The letter? An order for induction -' payments to avoid in mailing The Army said recently\ that
Wanted Navy couple to live in third annual pro-amateur golf from the Selective Service notices and correspondence to the production of the new uniform'
home free in exchange for meet held there. He toured the Board- responsible Individuals command- Mill be Intensified' because of
keeping two children Arthur Vero Beach layout in a scintillating ing officer. the Korean experience General
Greenberg, 2804 Gibson Rd. 64.North. champ: Lcdr. Bill McWilliams,' Issue will not be made until present i
New Beach Blvd. Ph. 98-1784. placed second in the who is presently stationed here. stocks of current uniform I
;" 2 furn. rms. each with pvt. bath, 10th Naval District eliminationat North matched his skill with ScoutingContinued are exhausted. i I
2570 Riverside, Mrs. Patterson, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in McWilliams last year here at Like the present uniform, it is
Ph. 2-2365. 1946. On Thanksgiving Day, NAS, winning on the 19th hole. ( from Page 5) based on the "layer principle," of j
3 rm. furn. apt. bath and 1919, playing the final round He then proceeded to beat defending Ill. He. Joined the Navy in July keeping out the cold. One major 4-
entrance, 1232 ling St. Mrs. against Chief Bill Foulk of champ Tony Grego and 1948. change is the substitution of loose,
Forester, Ph. 8-5354. NAS, North set his first com- in a downpour, downed Leo pajama-type underwear for the 0-
Furn. rm. and pvt. bath, 4247 petitive course record, a 66. Marchel, 1-up, to become station \.r-42-Frank C. Toth, AM3, of form-fitting long woolens now in l'
Appleton, Mrs. Boswell, Ph. 2- lie previously set a record of champion. VF-42 received a special commendation
0556. five under par 29 on the par North, native of Waynesboro, at the last squadron inspec use.The present pile jacket will I
Furn. corner rm., 1360( EdgewoodAve. 34 first nine at Guantanamo.Later Ga., has the unique record of tion. The commendation was of a be reflated by a thick, tufted
Mrs. Dimmick. North captained a teamat having made three hole-in-one personal nature from the com wool field Jacket liner.
4 rm. apt. furn. or unfurn., 404 NAS Atlantic City which won shots during his career. He aced manding officer of a former squad. A wool field shirt with square
.. ,. Margaret St., Mr. Dawson, Ph. the 4th ND tournament. Before the 9th at Quonset, the island ron and had been forwarded to the tails that may be worn inside or
5-7664. leaving Guantanamo North was 9th at Ponte Vedra and the 4th commanding officer of VF-42 in 'outside the trousers will take the
Small furn. bung. references exchanged runner up 1947. and 1948 to for- at Cecil Field. order that the presentation might place of the present high neck
Mrs. Harris, Ph. 2- mer Georgia state amateur may do so by visiting the collec- take place. sweater. Finally, there will bean 4
5224. outer field Jacket much like the ;
Furn. rm. for lady or gentlemen., ':: ': : Led by Lt. Richard Cogswell, present one. ..
Lakeshore, 2144 Bayview Ave. }: rJt : six pilots of VF-42 made an excellent The ensemble includes two pairof
Mrs. Reddick, Ph. 2-0416. i.7t bombing average on a recent I trousers-an inner pair of olive
Furn. rm. use of kitchen, Mrs. ; hop. Although the over-all green wool and an outer pair of .
Hare, Ph. 8-1433. score was slightly below that required cotton.
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FOR SALE r for a Navy "E", severalof

49 Castle house trailer, may be .. I't the men had scores that would Once Upon A Time!
seen Sat., after 1 PM. on Sun- t'J ,., have qualified them for an "E"if
day, 4528 Headley St., Murray / the hop had been official com Philadelphia (Ali'PSJust) before
Hill, Mary Keller.MISCELLANEOUS. -,r .\ ( petitive firing. the Revolution .when soldiers
Although Lt. Cogswell was low were being conscripted in the Ohio
a' Bide from 2218 Herschel St. to + e i iE4W man for the group, he had able valley, requirements were listed as
NAS, hrs. 0730 to 1600, Ph. ext. i 1w / support in making the scores from follows: "All must have two legs,
425, Mrs. Halley a R i Ensign Jerry Ketchmark, Ensign a trigger finger (no matter which
Lost, eye glasses, in vicinity of F --, t t t ta Stan Hayes, Ensign Donald Hubbs, one) and an aiming eye." Judging .
Hangar 140, finder contact 1Is Ensign William Flynn, and Ensign from today's standards, we've
Clayton Riley, ext. 388. i Bill Hepburn. come a long way. i '
Wanted ride from Church and

+, Victoria to base. Hrs. 0730 to ,Send Your Jax Air News Home
1600. Ph. Roy Hamel, ext. 358.
Found-string of keys found on f
Hangar apron in front of Han- '-nII
car 116. Contact duty officer PLACE
PC-62, ext. 563. FROM:
-x- TWO
Annapolis, Md. (AFPS) Development CENTSTAMP
of an electric governor
I. to permit faster and more constant SHIPS FOR ITALIAN FLEET-Italian crews aboard three IlEnE I
I control of small generating destroyer-escorts transferred to the Italian Navy in Norfolk} Va., T0.r' .
plants ia now in progress at the ceremonies. Dr. Alberto Tarchianl, Italian Ambassador to U. 8. accepted r tib
U. S. Naval Engineering Station the vessels from Rear Adm. Ralph O. Davis, Fifth Naval
-'. District Commander, as Marine Honor Guard formed on deck.

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