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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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December 14, 1950


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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Ring 11
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Effect Plans Top Industry

Fe : leaders Hold

For Annual _frb'__ .,__

:s I _________
5 d55 Confab Here

i Xmas Party ;Qh; ? f Ways of improving the

Final plans to entertain ___ handling and shipping of

some 1,600 children at the an- ______ ,,{' strategic materials vital to the

.. nual station Children's Christ- 5c: aqt ti-i national defense, plus other

. : mas Party to be held Decem- e r e i : 'topics of joint militaryindustrial
ber 22 at Mason Field were< interest, were discussedin

completed by a party committee 'I a two day conference by

which met Tuesday t to 4 sts* s ,members of the Materials

The big holiday affair, which Handling Advisory Commit.
annually treats children of sere- I tee of the National Security

ice personnel attached to NAS, Industrial Association who
with children from eight orphanages Saa5
met with representatives of
in Jacksonville as specia:
guests, will be held outdoors for I the NaArm and Air
the first time. I Force here last Thursday and

The program, which commences! Friday.
at 1330 and closes at 1600 as out r Representing the Nation's leading
lined by Capt. Charles thttmar. ... transportation and storage
senior chaplain and chairman of: l-.t ... I companies, the Industrial Association '

. .. the party, will be an entertaining _::......_._...J IILJ.<:< "; ... ,_ --iO!_ -.- : men formed a new subcommittee -
one with all the tots slated tc NSIA MEMBERS TOUR STATION> R. Uhiddon, master mechanic of Overhaul and Repair I during the session here.
actively participate in most of the department explains process and procedure at the fabric shop to members of the Materials Handling This new sub-committee Is designed -
activities.The Committee of the National Security Industrial Association during their tour of the O & R to assist the Armed ForcesIn
highlight of the after- plant here. Left to right are, Comdr. Dave Watkins of O & R; F. M. Hiatt, U. S. Maritime Commission the problems of handling air
noon's celebration will be the ; Whiddon; W. J. Walsh and R. A. Moody, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, and G. II. Milli- cargo and improvement of logistic
arrival of Santa by helicopterat of Thomas A. Edison Company. The association met here in a two-day conference last week activities.
gan Volunte-r
Mason: Field, where Santa and Air Force.
with representatives of the Navy, Army
himself will present each child : -- -- Such detailed topics as identi-
.. .... I fication markings on steel and the
with a gift.
: size of box: car doors were dins

be Included decorations on of the a Christmas program tree will! WAVE Chief First Woman Dec. 21 Issue I cussed report at that the wastage confab was Followinga resulting -

by the children, games and refreshments from Inadequate markings
for all. The JunioiLeague Final For 50 identifying steel and iron pipe barsand !

I of Jacksonville will present To Commission Ship stock a possible solution was
show under the -
a puppet of Mrs. Robert Austin and \ The next issue of the Jax offered Nay' Bureau by a represcntath of Aeronautics ot who the

Jerry Shaw, Jacksonville also artist... I A "first" In the annals of the U S. Navy was recorded last Thurs- Air News, which will appear I said that good success with a con-
The Chiefs of NAS, will present Naval Base when D Hancock, 'tinuous marking of aluminum had
and wa- day at Green Cove Springs Capt. Joy on Thursday Dec. 21,
radio-phonOgraphs I I chief of the WAVES: became the first woman in history to commis- been achie\ed. Similar marking of
coolers to the eight orphanages the final issue for
; ter I I I.-------l vessel. I will steel it was pointed out was f 'as-
I the afternoon
during ible.
Members of the party committee Two ships, USS Earle B. Hall, 1950.
dignitaries' were members of the Representatives of the group
include Captain Dittmar,, APD 107 and the USS Bassett, Subcommitteeof : Observing the traditional who are connected with leading
Materials Handling
chairman; Lcdr. Joe W. Williams,, APD 73, fast attack transports, industries have volunteered! their
1 L<'dr. Guy Stroud, Lt. Bettie in service by Captain the National Security Industrial I two-weeks holiday l leave, time and know-how to the mili-
West, Joseph O'Connor AD2, ,I were placed Association, which held a two-day the Jax Air News will miss tary services in the belief that
Fenton Berry, AMC, and Don Hancock as part of the observanceof session at NAS Jax. I December 28 and Jan- i national security is a responsibility -
ADC.Drivers. the fifth anniversary of the the ,
\ George, I During the ceremonies, Captain which American industry: must
-xI Green Cove Springs Naval Station Chauncey Moore, Commander' uary 7 dates, with the first share with the Department of De-

and by coincidence, the ninth anniversary 1951 issue due January 14. fense. .
RemindedOf Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve lour station
of Pearl Harbors The
Fleet, welcomed the guests. Unit PIO's are remindedto The most advanced techniques ia
station was actually commissionedon the field of research, development,
The established Green
Traffic Pattern I newly
I December 15, 1915, but the an- Naval Base Band submit their Christmas production, procurement and per-
observed Thursdayto Cove Springs sonnel aid in
niversary was I and holiday announcements tra.lnlnsto: solving
NA8 motorists .are remindedof coincide with the ship commissioning provided music for both the commissioning I problems of preparedness, is the
the traffic pattern during the ceremonies."Highly and the birthday celebration for the December 21 issue. 'object of these discussions, it was
morning and evening rush hours.Traffic 1 honored"The I' I emphasized.
at North gate during(: : During their two-day stay here
morning rush hour (0630-074) I I two vessels placed in commission have- (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)
will follow one traffic lane from by Captain Hancock
Roosevelt Boulevard anal 111)00entering I been in "mothball at Green Cove, I
UM !gate \\III observe attached to the Florida Group of
one traffic lane east on AUx>r- tho Atlantic Reserve Fleet since Oriskany
marl throughout its entire the close of World War II. -itt.
length. As the first woman ever to commission ,
Traffic at North gate during I a naalessel, CaptainHancock Visits Here
commented, "I am high-
'J afternoon rush bourn (1 JO-/ 55
'_ 1630) will observe one traffic Ily honored and overwhelmed. I .55 I The Navy's newest aircraft
think this can be regarded as a
lane going west on Albciiiarle to I I carrier the 31,000-ton USSOriskany
symbol of acceptance for the part 4I [ ,
at Allegheny
Allegheny, I in the Navy. I is operatingin
Waves now
lane will 1 lit' used leaving the the ,play < t ,
:-' .. station. am truly proud. All my family the vicinity of the mouth

During morning/ ,, h hours I have And I been am happy and are to service add this people page I if the St. Johns liver with

four traffic lan-s at the Main to the family history" squadrons from NAS Jacksonville \ .
gate will be available for all NMV On Hind .9 and Cecil Field. .
Incoming traffic, his! to be reduced I I with local -
The current operations
the ceremonies -
Line. starting atAllegheny On hand to
to two
street. along with other groups and : air squadrons marks the first
"- time the newly commissioned cat-
-- -- I ter ha taken part in fleet actlvlles. -
Award ? Dealing the name of a Kevolu-
Jax Air ionary; War battle, named for a

, : Mohawk Indian village, the Oilscany -
Armed Forces S launched in 1944 and
Thq JR.X: Air News has been awarded the was
Press Service "Pat-On-The-Back" award for first place In the commissioned in October of this
f statewide letterpress class for the month of November.This roar.
recognition of achievement is I awarded monthly to the ; L Between her launching and com-
nut&tamling service publications which are scll'ctt'd.for their : ttr nissioning the huge flattop of the
general attiacUvoness, conformity with Journalistic principles, Essex-Class of carriers underwent
xtensive remodeling an4 moderniatlon -
balance and makeup.The
readability particular, proper news edition which won the award for the Jax _______u..__ : to incorporate the latest In
Air News wan the iasue of November 22. A NAVY 'FIRST'-Capt. Joy B.Hancock, chief of the WAVES, Naval aviation.
All Armed Forces publication- Navy, Army, Air Force first woman ever to commission a naval vessel, reads the commissioning The Oriskany was appropriately
and Mlrlneare eligible for the Put-On-The-liatk award. orderfor one of the two ships she placed in service at jomnilssloned at the tIme when
The November award makes the second of the year for Green Cove Springs Naval Base last Thursday. Capt. ChaunceyMoore her older sister-Valley Forge (CV-
the Jax Air News which wa previously awarded the Pat-On- Commander Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet, stands 15), Philippine Sea (CV-47) and
The-Back award in March. behind her, while on the right Is Chaplain Oliver F. Weise, who the Boxer (CV-21) were in action
I. .
offered the benediction. igalnst the North


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 14 December 1950

'Report From Washington ti t

Jax Air News I

Hazardous For Korean Combat Men
Station Published Jacksonville every, Fla.Thursday for !Navy' activities at Naval Air Pay

NAS Jacksonville i iCODt. i

Douglas T. Day _' .. . _Commanding Officer Plan, To Call Coast Gua rd Reservists
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell..___.__'___.__ Executive Officer

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear By Armed Forces Press Service re-enlisting for direct assignment to the Coun ,

Adm. Alfred. Montgomery_'..___ -.. _' Commander LEGISLATION to extend hazardous duty ter Intelligence Corps will be governed by the '
Capt. Allen Smith _.......-___ ..___ __._... Chief of Staff :Day to service personnel engaged in combat provisions of SR 615.120-50, the Army recently -
Fleet Air Wing Eleven operations in Korea is expected to reach Con- announced. The Special Regulation quoted

Capt. George C. Mor tgomlry.__.._______ ___ Commander gress and receive final] action before adjournment prescribes qualifications for CIC personnel.ALL .
Comdr. Charles Robertson.._ ._ -... _.__._.___Chief Staff Officer of the present session. r .
Naval Hospital Already] approved by the Defense Department WRITTEN professional examinationsfor
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton ., ...... .. ..... .....___Commanding Officer I the next step is presentation of the pro- promotion of Navy officers have been cancelled
Capt. Guy E. Stahr ....___._.. __ _Executive Officer posed measure to the Bureau of the Budgetfor according to Alnav 127 (NDB, 15 November
NARTU approval and integration into the Defense 1950)). Officers concerned will be examined ..
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp.._.._____.____Commanding: Officer 1 Department legislative program on their records.
Comdr. Laurence Ruch ... ._.__ Executive Officer S r
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.:::=:.=.= I ENLISTED NAVY route to A
personnel en
Editorial'Offices in Rooms 123 and 123: Main Administration VACANCIES for Air Force personnel are overseas destination, who require opening of
available in the Armed Forces Information
building.] Phone extension 8184.
records registration
pay paymentsof
School course scheduled to begin next Jan-
Editor-Andrew H. Planey
due amounts and other disbursing services
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, J03. uary 10. A departure from previous procedure
will be provided with such service on a priority ,
The JAX AIR NEWS; u published weeniy at the U. S. Naval Air Station.! is the present authorization for entrance of
jMksomllle, Flnilda' and punted commercially' with appropriated funds Airmen below the grade of corporal. basis by continental activities concerned,
at no expense to the government and in compliance. with NAVKXOS P-35. Rev. the Navy has directed. Efforts will be mad
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the S to insure that pay records accompany such \
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit.: Naval Auxiliary: Air Station, Cecil Field and TilE NAVY has authorized advancement to
personnel departure from the U. S.
the U. S. Naval { upon
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a memotr of the Armed Foieei Press Service. Reproduction Chief Petty Officer acting appointment, of 252 S r r
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Rfpublication petty officers first class, who became eligible MARINE CORPS, enlisted personnel who
.( oihr matter, exvept bv service publications It prohibited 'without permission for promotion last April, but whose advance
et Editor JAX AIR MgWS.{: were issued additional articles of uniform,
ment was not authorized at that time. The
pro- clothing before last July 25 are advised in'
"Skin Pictures Can Be Dangerous" motions will be made beginning December 16, MarCorps Memorandum 118-50 that these articles -.
1950. may be required in the future althoughnot

e r presently included in minimum amountsof ..
Sailor Should Think Twice Before A SELECTION BOARD headed by Gen. clothing Acquired in possession. The addi- .
'Carl Spaatz, USAF (ret.), is engaged' in visit tional items include the blue uniform.
ing sites proposed for erection of a new Air SC

Having Himself "All Tattooed"The Force Academy for training officers. Proposed MARINE CORPS enlisted personnel now
locations have been narrowed down from 354 may enroll in Marine Corps Schools regardlessof .
to approimatelxy 30, which have the board the amount of obligated service they have
artistically inclined sailor had better think twice
expects to examine before the end of the year remaining. A recent order states that the "spe
before yielding to that impulse to have his epidermis deco- r r cific amount of obligated service as a prere-

rated with dragons, mermaids, pierced hearts, emblems and TilE U. S. COAST GUARD has been authorized quisite for enrollment in schools and
the like.In to recall its Reservists to extended courses is suspended until further notice."
active duty, not exceeding 21 (consecutive ;
addition to the obvious disadvantages of having to listen to months, with or without the individual's consent THE AIR FORCE: has named Dr. Robert L.
your good wife Mary's pointed remarks about the name, "Esmeralda" Provision has been made for exemptionwhen Stearns, President of the University of Colorado ] -
complete with cupids and doves, fancifully-and permanently the Reservist is a key man in essential to conduct an evaluation survey of Air
-inscribed on your manly chest, there is yet another, and more industry, or when family hardship would re- Force combat performance in Korea. He will
subtle hazard to health and happiness. sult from, involuntary recall.] be assisted in the month-long inspection by
r r r Maj. Thomas D. White of USAF Headquarters _

Homologous Serum Hepatitis _u REGULAR ARMY_ _personnel_ __ ___enlisting___ or Washington. -_ -_ -_ _--
It is known to the medical profession by its full and impressive .

name. "Homologous Serum Hepatitis,"-Yellow Jaundice to you, ;.."." ,." .,', :, ,'.,. '. I
but with a difference. It's not the old familiar "biliousness" or jaundice (i) .
usually associated with severe colds] or tonsilitis. I '

r This one is tough. The disease has been known since about 1885, : : :' but has assumed major importance only] since about 1940. It can and i '

does result in widespread liver tissue destruction, causing severe, I : : -

prolonged illness, and even death. : ." ,,' :;., :,; pl .... .... '
Some Tattoo Artists Are Careless '
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The exact cause of the disease is not known, but it is thoughtto : (Visit the Red Shield Service-
be :''F Ji.1.. ...J.11.._. .. .. .,..
a virus harbored in the blood] stream of human "carriers. '1.-" :'" '" .r..t /1 fU .a I nien'g ('Illb. topside, Na\y-Hearh
When the blood serum of a "carrier." or one scuffering from the .
; Bus Station corner Clay and Ad-
disease, is introduced into another's blood stream, even in infinitesimal I : 4..J t4.JAU ,.. ; : araui. Consult the bulletin board i i.

amounts, it may produce the disease. 1i. 1IlltlllH. { the club on your next visit l t.

:'-: ." .... ,. '. town).
According to a recent study, reported in the November 25 issueof I '' ; ; .
the Journal of the American Medical Association this and :: : : :; '" ... ,
may t. .; < -.u1' NOVEMBER 22IPSO. Thursday D< : : __.
does occur when careless tattoo artists use: unsterilized needles on :." 1930 Singing wheels club- I.
; '
customer after customer. \ e.4..Lt "< the link. In the
1s, UJJ" f.J ./Jw ,, Transportation to
'i' ... : :; '; .' club 2000 dancing Pop
i ; 4L.r14.l' square
This ] ] disease is only of the diseases 1
relatively new one many ] :: > :' /' Smltb OftfiJrt.i fH .....#. ". :t- i, Tredennick, teacher and caller.
uih as syphilis and streptococcal infections known to be trans ; .
( J. ;/fJit j = :: Friday, December 15
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., '"
mitted by the needles] of irresponsible] careless] tattoo artists. .' '. ,-_.." : Game and _
> --7 ; night: prizes partners,
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informal .
"' -- It't.'f dancing.Saturday
The moral When that uncontrollable artistic strikes
: urge you, -- :
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,take up water colors] oils or sculptoring. They are far safer and less I wf'fo'i" : December 16
.. Open house, ping-pong shuffle
painful. Capt. Julius C. Early, ,! ';'" ,"".:.':', ",......:..::. .., :: board. 2000 Saturday night dance.
JAX AIR NEWS GETS PAT-ON-THE-BACK Is. photo Sunday Derwnbrr 17
Senior NAS.
Medical._ Officer replica of the Pat-On-The-Back: award presented to the Jax: Air 1000 Java hour, 1800 buffet sup
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And Vice Vena Baltimore, Md, AFPS) A News by the Armed Forces Press Service. The Jax Air News won per, 1930 around the piano, also
I the award as tops in its class for the month of November. excellent television shows.
Beach Calif. AFFS burglar who couldn't] see what he !
Long ( ) j Mon. Jt Tut, Deo. 18-18
Hunting for ducks, Harold HartI- ,' was doing while chiseling open a '

Ran recently bagged a sea bass safe, turned on the lights. Before Weekend We Christmas have the Decorating material, we Party-need .
that had been stranded ashore by I
arrived crowd of 200 ideas. J JWecllWillday.
police a ; your
a receding tide But fishing for sea I
bass, Don Jasiewiz snagged a people had gathered around thej' December 20

duck that swooped down and triedto plate] glass window, apparently 7&// Not.. Carol sing with the Singing-
steal his bait. forgotten by the thief. I tllinlf Strings (twenty pieces).
S r r

Special events to take place at
yari the Red Shield Servicemen's Club

NARTUVP741 listed during: the holiday season are I I

December 21, Tree trimming \
*F t' Qe The squadron was i night after being closed for almost party; December 23, Christmas l
really busy during the final drill l 1 a month for remodeling formal dance with Raymond Gage l land
f week-end of the "competition i Men responsible for operating his orchestra; December 24,
year.. Night flying was held on i such a neat club for the local 1000 Breakfast; 1600 Carol sing;
Saturday night and every effort t NARTU include Donald Lyons, 1800 buffet supper 2300 church .
was made to achieve the goal of[: AMI; William rowers, AD2; Edward party, .

100 hours of flying for each pilot, I Englehardt, AD2, members December 25, Open house; December -
Several members of our squadron of the advisory working committee 27, floor show by local
; William Cumbie, ALl, president dancing school.
are passing out cigars cele
brating new births: L. V. Dun'I of the board of governors; I December 28, Square dancing d
can's (ADEAN) wife Joyce pre" Ottls L. Long, AD2; Frank Tomb- Pop Tredinnlck; December 30, New
sented him with an 8 pound ? ,ler, AD2, both assistant managersof Year's Eve dance with Jame Geiger -
the EM Club and Robert Miller (12 pieces) December 31
ounce daughter, their first child; ; ,
J. M. Sherman's AMS-) wife Ma-: AD2, club manager. Watch night, and 2400, midnight

zie presented him with a son I -x- supper.

weighing 7 ponds 8 ounces; Lt,: Local Marines Joseph; K, Mercier, Kenneth A. f
wife Marjoriehad ,
(jg) Barranger's
Moody, James R. Smith, William "
a daughter Saturday night t: Upped In Rank H. Thurston. Theodore Van Winkle -
wr weighing 6 pounds 6'. opnccs and John E. Van Diver.

; their to second these three child.proud Congratulations fathers-, I I. Clouds) of smoke seen coming Congratulations are also in or-
der for Carl J, Hagen who was
Pp ,,t a Nearly 100 rcent of all the! from the Marine Barracks need "
d pe promoted to staff
I ser-
squadron's officers are now enrolled not alarm anyone, as cigars and recently geant.

in Naval Correspondence I I congratulations are very much in The Marine Barracks Is keeping
order nt present
Courses. pace in current intra-nmral sports.
.. Don't forget the next drill i is Sporting newly acquired sergeant The basketball team, entered in
"" :lh "'".'Ii" -- January 13. Lte's all be out and ; stripes are Sergeants Joseph the Intra-Mural League shows, .in

CONTRIBUTION NO. 1-Santa has a good reason to be Jolly start the New Year with 100 percent D. Axtell Louis T. Rogers, early practice, height and speed
M IM watches Chief Alfred Haas of O ft R department drop a drill attendance. and "J" Dale Stull. along with good ball handling .
uhley silver dollar Into the jar, hoping that civilian and military We wish All Hands A Lerry Winning the ranks of corporalare At the present time the Kegler
personnel follow wit It is the aim of the CPO's, in their drive to Christmas!! Vernon L. Bailey, Robert C. Marines. are holding their own in
collect enough funds to make Christmas a bit more merrier for NAIlTUg F.nllU Men's Club Beatichamp, John L. Herman. Lar- 'the- fight for first place In the "

children in Jacksonville erphaaages.d had its grand opening taut Sunday ry B. Kapner, Sherman L. Lloyd, National Bowling League. .



14 December 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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.I": ....' .........,"'".,. ....,.. ., ., .... Contest Takes Hold
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VP-3 Man Wins Wild Rush To

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+ Identify Pictured AircraftEnsign

Herbert Sudhoff of VP-3 now has an extra $3.00 to spend

I on Christmas gifts in the Mainside Navy Exchange as a result of him
I expert spotting of the pictured planes In last week's aircraft identification -
I contest

.,. I _. _..
'. ., With an increasing interest -
>> ",.., i shown in the contest the firing was I carry and then phone your answerto
'" : :
; \j. the Jax Air News at Extension
.. hot and heavy with virtually all
'. /. 216. No calls will be accepted
( :';: y gunners spotting the nationality of
the planes/ involved, but with most prior to 1530 of the day the paperis
..; :k/; ; : of) them just a bit off as far as i distributed in fairness to those

-'r.'""''''' : ....., .. ",. ... 'fI ....., "" .., ''' .: '' .,.V _. ..,,<.n.,. ,,. ..: .:, designation was concerned. I who might receive their paper later -
::::::.Y.: .:. : The number one view was that I than others.Mission, _. __ .

.... of an Airforce P-51 Mustang, the '
L.,. second head-on shot was of a Rus-
." At
.. > sian Yak 9 while the last was of
:, .' '" a British fighter designated the

... .... 2. Spiteful, and of the two broadside 'EdwardsEnds
1f' pictures the Spiteful -was numberone St.
X and the Yak 9 was the sec

Correctly Identify These! Air- .' f1l'i ; ond view.
'. .j' It has become more evident SundayA
, \ 't'f 4k a e: with each contest that people
craft And Win A Prize. Mission which
I who' participate are well versed
1fiIH' .. In aircraft identification and ulinot opened last Sunday at St Ed.

all of them readily spot the ward's Chapel here under the
nationality and type of the pictured -
direction of two missionary
.. plane but twine of them
have trouble with the designa redemptorist priests from

fionA New Smyrna Beach, Fla., will

No one however, should have conclude this Sunday, Lt.

.. _. trouble with the aircraft in today's '
-- John J. Burns, NAS Catholic
-- -
and an early winner Is -
.. I predicted. chaplain has announced.The .!.
- Newly Formed ( Blue Barren's Band I In case you've forgotten the|' Mission conducted by Fathers

lules pertaining to the quiz here John J. Waldron and Thomas

Group EntertainsWANTED they are again: Identify the pictured F. Keenan, the visiting missionaries -

planes as to nationality type |I consists of special masse
: One piano player to and the official designation they ,: and evening devotions at St. Kd-
help with a very \\oithy cause. Plays Here Next Week ward's chapel.
This is the call being put out by :1
Daily Masses are held at 0625
an organization which has been New Vitamin
operating for months now unher* Blue Ban-on' stylist of the "Music of 'Yesterday and Today," and 0830, followed by religious
instructions, with daily Mass at
aided and unnoticed by most, other brings his orchestra for a two-day dancing stint at NAS next week,
the Naval at 1155.: Sunday
; '" than the grateful patients of playing for the officers' dance next Wednesday and performing for May Lighten Masses are held at the usual
the U. S. Naval Hospital here. t
the- enlisted men at their dance the_ following _nizrht......... Dec.. _21._. hours at both chapels, while evening -
The made of enlisted
group up J ._ I devotions are held at 1009:::
personnel and civilians of various Barren will bring his entice ensemble -- - : Cold Hazard
departments' on the station, presents including vocalists Bobby In history ever to achieve top at St. Edward's' after which confessions

... a monthly show to patients leers, Betty Clarke Helen Lowe '1 sating, Blue was only 22 when !i Los Angeles (AFPS) Members I A large! are' number held. of NAS and
a of the hospital and is built around |Licit Curtis Jimmy McDonaldand his orchestra was rated as one of of the Armed Forces soon be
the nucleus of a 14-picce mixed "The Three Blue Notes." the foremost name bands in the I able to withstand long may sieges of I Hospital confessions personnel Saturday ate expectedfor eveningand
One of the bandleaders
ensemble. the choir is youngest
Although country. His phenomenal success cold weather without ill effect, receive Holy Communion at
the feature of the show, it car- i at such an early age was due In I thanks to vitamin B-12 a new dis- Sunday MaspJ
ries a variety of talent such as McCoy poiiUs out that new part to his distinctive styling; of "i cover '.
The :Mission, which will cometo
Tiny Moore ventriloquist of theVariety members are welcome at all times, his music, which I Is adaptable to all l The Army has announced that an end Sunday at 1700 with
Show dancers soloists, whether It be a specialty act or of I
... types dancing. recent tests conducted on rats a procession' by the St. Edward'saltar
singing in the choir. A secret ambition -
and instruments i
Barron started his musical revealed that when the rodents
boys, a sermon and benediction -
In of this "concert inminiature" according to one of the
charge career' while attending Ohio University were kept at room temperatureand of' the most blessed sacrament -
members Is to in size to
.. which has big plans grow a where he with fed a purified ration known
... whore becomeknown played is being held for the pur-
point they might
for the future, in Mr Augustus as the NAS Choristers andgive < various college outfits. Sensitiveto as diet A, containing the B vita- pose of preparing station personnel -
McCoy. 1 the value of polish and show mins in synthetic form only, they, for the reason of Christmas
concerts elsewhere as well as
The coming show at the Hospital .on the station.Volunteeta manship, Blue rebelled against the grew and developed satisfactorily. ]I and furnish I them with a series of
on December 19 will be a va-
excessive! blaring of most bands. But when the animals were' religious instructions.
riety show with added talent from for this worthy group' Putting this musical insight into kept continuously! in a walk-in |I

Jacksonville' being arranged to can contact McCoy at Extension immediate effect Barron styled refrigerator at a temperature just'
give the patients a chance to have 247, or Mrs.!' Snowberger. Extension : 1 his music along the mellow li'nes. above freezing their growth and French Navy To GetU.

a Merry. Christmas. i 704. He achieved instant populal ty.'I. development on this diet was retarded -

-> 6 However, when dried S. Carrier LangleyThe
.' : > whole liver or liver extract. or a
''11::t ,.,, .. ,ft"< water-insoluble liver residue was N.vy has announced that

.. Comprisings added to the diets a marked increase the 12.000ton aircraftcarrier
. From CompRon 62 .;or, in weight and development Langley is being recommissionedfor
resulted. A supplement of the transfer to the Frenh Navy

I I 1.f. known B vitamins was equally next spring

One of the finest parties in the .!'!',".' effective. The Langley. historic for its
history of VC-62 took place last calling event. Mrs. Thomas, how- .;. -- .x.- part in the Pacific fighting-
Friday night at the American Le- | ever was a close second. during World' War II, is now-
gion Hall in Lake Shore District. ;i Comdr. Keith summed up the Bon Homme Richard berthed at Philadelphia as a partof

Headed by Comdr. Leroy W. events of the evening with the the reserve fleet.

Keith, commanding officer, near- > observation that "a good working May Serve In KoreaThe The catrier was built by the
ly every member of the squadron outfit can also be a good playing New YOlk Shipbuilding Company
most of them accompaniedby outfit." aircraft earlier Bon Homme in Camden N. J., and was
their wives or girl friends, at- I The committee which arranged Richard' will be removed from launched in May 1943. Classedas
tended the affair which was ar- I the party and decorated the hall "mothballs' and overhauled for ( a light carrier the Langley
ranged as an informal welcome 'comprised Ens. John R. Farrell, possible!' action in the Korean war, took part in landings at Eni-
home event for officers and en- recreation officer: R. V. Jolley the Navy has announced.The wetok and Kwajalein in 1944.
listed men who recently returned AOC; Chief Thomas, James 1\.1.\ 27,000-ton Essex-type carrier and in raids on the Philippine
cruises 1 Hite, AMI; Frederick C. Albaugh, has been idle since July. 1946. and on Formosa in 1945.
i from I PHI; Ralph M Brensinger. ADI; She was commissioned in 1944 and --_.- -. .

maintenance Lt, Millard officer F. Haley assumed squadron the 'Leslie A. Hooper, AF3; and .>;, "" .. .'!!>i.. .p'" was used to train night-fighter: A tut is' a grave with the ends
James R. Brandt, ADAN. groups at Pearl Harbor. Later, knocked out.Femme .
role of master of ceremonies and BLUE the Richard went to Trinidad and
One for the Now' it Can Be ToldOcpal'tlnl'nt BARRON
kept the impromptu program for : When Nathan Sands, took part in Okinawa invasion. She You mustn't. Bill. You
the more than 125 persons at the AE3, turned into Sick Bay duringthe Blue got his break while play was one of the ships present at the are an officer and a gentleman.
event rolling at a high tempo wee hours of the morning a ing in a Cleveland night club. The signing of the Japanese surren Ensign: But it's only a temporary
throughout the evening owner of the Edison and Lincoln der. appointment.
weeks his stomach-
J One of the unrehearsed features ache couple was diagnosed ago as appendicitis Hotels of New York heard him at -_. ". ....
share of Cleveland and immediately signed -
which provided a big
J and he was ordered transferred K
, I him for the New York hotels.
the muster
the hilarity was enlisted -
. ,
. I to the U. S. Naval Hospital -
t men with Avril V. Adkins, 'Since that time Barron has starredIn
AD2 taking over Ollie K. Thom leading supper clubs and hotels
as' task as leading chief. This, of (course meant a trip to throughout the nation. Radio, too,
the hospital in an ambulance, but has demanded its share of Bar-
... Lt. Haley not only arranged when the driver attempted to ron. 4 ti
without prior preparation, a 'start the vehicle: it reacted likea r
dance program that met with everyone balky horse. The hood was Barron has recorded many I ax
popular discs, : them "You
s approval but also servedas raised and Sands and the driver among"
caller for the Paul Jones and probed the engine's innards until Were Only Foolin'. "Chibaba
Chibaba. "Too Fat Polka,
I the dances supervised a
square the patient finally located the .
'Mikey, "Are YOU Lonesome To-
hog calling contest for the men trouble, made repairs and then hC
night, "There's Yes Yes In YourIng
and a husband calling competitionfor climbed aboard for his trip to a. .
the "Cruising Down The River.
women the operating room
and many more
affair > many tr
Highlights of the were .T
recorded on film by Lt. (Jg) Word has reached the squadron -

John II. McMillin, squadron that a seven pound baby girl Traffic Violations
, photograph officer, who wa< arrived and reported for duty
assisted by James D. Raney, with Lt. and Mrs. Leroy' Irvin at Listed below are the traffic vio- :a.. i
A Fa. 0130 on 3 December. 'Lt. Irvin lations committed aboard this station trt

Door prizes were won by Mrs. currently: is on sea duty with one for the period' December 5 to >
Ollie K. Thomas, Charley E of the squadron's detachments December 11. > t1t4.

Coyle, ADC, and Mrs. Ralph M. 1 1Ut'aJl'arkln(, IM offense: W.

Brensinger John A Durbin, Thanks: to Our Good Neighbors: ''A, McAlilly: D. E. Werner AT3;
AN, of Sunfish Kentucky, was VC-G2 expresses publicly its appreciation | C. R. Waller, AMI; J. E. Shee-

tops in the hog calling competi- to the men of VF-41, han, ADZ; C. Powell. ...... _. ....
and VF-74 who stood thesquadron's \- -$
tion.Miss VF-42 Failed U Step for Stop SicJ: SANTA VISITS children who J in at
: Barbara Wynn of Dalton, watches last Friday I -Neighborhood dropped
Georgia, who was escorted by, night to enable all hands to attend .I} A. WestJohn. the Captain Charles Ditlmar's (senior chaplain) home last week-
Donald S. Anderson, AN, demon' I the outfit's party Sixty-two I I Multiple Off___: R. S. Jones end bad a chance to rive their orders U Santa early. Anne Barleon

started her proficiency over the hopes it can reciprocal in the future AMC has a private heart-to-heart talk with Santa on her wishes owh".

married women in the husband SpeeJiori Lt. T. J. Suiasun. others ponder their wants.


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4Local CPO's Get Back l

I I (

SOT S Temporary Commissions r

Saturday night, December 16 It was off with the chief'slid
has been set aside as Cabaret Willard Noble, ADC (AP) and
Night at the CPO Club. On tap and on with the braid for Reaves S. Ileflin! ACC (AP), are
are special events which should be ;a f ee four NAS Jacksonville! Chief attached to Operations

incentive enough for all CPO's at Petty Officers who have been Truesdale, a test pilot at O & R
NAS to attend with their families recommended for return to reverts back to his rank of Lt.

and guests.All temporary commissioned rank (Jg) which he held prior to being ,r "
proceeds from Saturday reverted to chief in March of this
night's program will go toward the under the provisions of AL- year. A veteran of over 10 yearsof
CrO's Christmas fund drive to aid 1 NAV 103-!)0. Navy service,' Truesdale won

the Children's and Orphans' homes The four CPO's, all aviation pi- his wings as an aviation pilot, first
in Jacksonville.The th lots, are the first.hcre to be affected class, at Pensacola in 1913 and
CPO Club is planning to by the ALNAV which returns became an ensign in 1944. A native -
purchase five radio phonograph to temporary commissionedrank of Westville, S. C., he came
sets and three water coolers for ; : those enlisted men, warrantand to NAS Jax in April.

the Orphanages. The club has i' chief warrant officers formerly Chief Walters, also a test pilotat

set as its goal $2,500, which can temporary commissioned offi- I O & R, al1a 10-year Navy .. ...
easily be rE'schrwith the cooperatIon cers on duty involving flying who veteran, gained his wings at Pen-
of all the chiefs. .ss were reverted to their permanent sacola in October, 1945, as a first .
Taps were sounded for Bonnie enlisted grade or warrant rank, by class aviation pilot. Walters, who
Cote AMC. kiled in an automobile iw k t a administrative action' during the hails from Crensnaw, Miss., reverts .
trash on December 3 near St. fiscal year 1950, but who retained to his old grade of Lt. (Jg), .
Augustine. assignment to duty involving fly- lie came to Jax in March.
Bingo i it on tap at the Club OPERATIONAL PILOT Willard

Friday night and a dance Saturday ing.TWO OF TUB LOCAL CPO's, Noble, whose main task is shuttle .'

night with Bee Haven's combo Harold R. Tniesdale, AMC CAP) I flying, reverts back to his former ,
providing the music. and Quinton O. Walters, ADC rank of Lt. (Jg), which he held be-
Walt Manhart's Packard is up to (AP) hail from the Flight': Test I fore March of this year. The Seattle -
22 miles\! per gallon now. With a division of Overhaul and Repair I Wash. lad, who has been in

ffw minor additions' of overdrive, I '&.. ......... !7"df P 1 department, while the other two, ; the Navy for 12 years, was offi-
water injection and possibly jato. -- .- -- cer-in-charge of the Naval Air Mo- '
when he finds, a place to put it,
WIN RACK COMMISSIONS! bile Fire Fighter Unit No. 5 which
he's, aiming for SO miles to the r"Hold everything, look here," trained all crash crews in the Pacific ..
gallon. If and when he does, all I area from 194749.
says. Chief Quinton Truesdale,
chiefs of VP-3 will muster out and
polish it for him. top photo, as he shows Chief Heflin, who is also attached to ,
Mac McCord and Bull Robinson I Harold Truesdale, about to goaloft Operations, won his wings as avi-
tallied with 12 quail Wednesday.Old I statements of appoint ation pilot, first class, at PensacolaIn
found ment for temporary service July, 1942 and became an Ensign -
woorge finally a
covey commissioned rank for the ': in December, 1943. Here since
Inl .ny Hiloman: caught four
July of this Heflin reverts
both of them. year
hats in Lockloosa
nice Saturday. I
fi. back to"his former rank of Lieutenant -
and Truesdale. whoare
the largest five and one-half Walters
test attached to the
pounds Red Beverly and Hubert pilots
Wiggins caught a nice mess I Flight Test branch of O & K, ..

of speckled' trout at Mayport I along with Chiefs Heaves lief. Promotions To PO
Howard Quistoif returned from a Un, left, and Willard Noble, .
hunting trip in Michigan, bringing right, bottom photo, both of To Be
back: venison.A Operations, have been recommended TemporaryWashington ,
brand new sacker has just for appointment to
(AFPS) AH ad '.
joined the fold! Chief Gurmar temporary commissioned rank vancements of Navy enlisted ; .
from Cecil Field Famous last under the provisions of ALNAV CPO personnel
to POI
and PO2:
words from P. K. Gould expectant i 10350. The four local CPO's, all
after Jan. 1, 1951, will be
prospective: brown bagger, "Gun- of them aviation pilots, are the temporary and subject to revocation -
nar did it so can I" first at NAS to be recommended if
the Bureau of
reversion to their com
Naval Personnel has announced.The .

41 Men Of VF-13 mission. rank. -- new policy, established in .
-- BuPers Circ. Ltr 181-50 (NDB, 15

schools for a diploma, most high Nov. 1950), is applicable to all
Awarded High schools will grant a diploma for Regular Navy, Naval Reserve and w
those passing the test and a num- Fleet Reserve personnel on active
ber of states will also recognizethe duty.
School Diplomas successful completion of the The temporary advancement
test as qualifiation to enter their -- -- provision, however, does not af-
For one members of colleges. fect those promoted to pay grades:

Patrol Squadron 13 recently According to the USAFI ruleson I From Caissons To Carriers E-2, E-3, and E-4.
those eligible to take the various .
for their school
qualified high ----------
tests all regular service personnel to carriersis ass Worcester Home
From caissons instructor in aircraft maintenanceuntil
diplomas by passing
and any reserves who havecompleted I the service saga of Dom- i his return to civilian life In Philadelphia (AFPS) T h eNavy's
USAFI General Educational active service
I 120 days ADE3 1946. light cruiser Worcester,
Development test. and are now on active duty may inic F. DeLorenzis, DeLorenzis first warship to return from the
take the tests through their educational ; who was recently called to Returning college:
Since the Navy recognizes anyone his remaining work and Korean war zone to an East Coast
who passes the GED test as officer. active duty and ordered to re- I was completed graduated in 1946 with a B.S. port arrived here recently aftera

having the equivalent of a high port to VF41.DeLorenzis degree in Aeronautical Engineering. I month-long voyage from the Sea
school education, the men not only I of Japan.
Prizes in Store For was studying aeronautical .
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qualified for the diplomas but also
engineering at the Parks Continuing in aviation work aft- _.
lifted the level
squadron personnel I Air College, East St. Louis Illinois er graduation he worked in the r
cf those school edu- First Of Li
having a high Baby
: and had only eleven weeksto engineering department of the Mc-
cation or better, from 47.5 cent
per I before fie graduated when he Donnell Aircraft Company where'
to 87.5 cent.Outstanding first baby born at the Naval go I '
per the who Hospital here In 1951: will be first became interested in Uncle he became familiar with the Navy
among Sam's Armed Forces via an official Phantom and Banshee fighter
took the Gold honored with prizes, it has been
test was E. F. AOl, I
announced.In invitation from the Army to planes in addition to working on i
who the first and second
passed attend the Army's Basic Artillery the blade analysis of the McDon-
year USAFI college level tests. the! past the year's" first baby School at Fort Sill, Oklahoma., nell helicopter.Not :I
Another commendable performance and parents were honored
I He wasn't concerned with the quite content with working
was turned by a squadron through publicity and announcement !'x
first time i caissons for long however, for with for someone else and determinedto I II
member who, although he had not *, but this 1* the w rP
gone beyond the sixth grade, passed KInK will be gUen. The Navy I, his aviation background he was I be his own boss the versatile
the GED trft1th a satisfac- Exchange at the Naval Hospital, soon assigned to the air detach young aviation machinist went Into -
tory mark It In reported will JU'f'.nt the ment of the unit where he workedon I the advertising business last tf7- ;
Although only two members of first baby a crib and mattress the "grasshoppers" and other year as a managing partner in the
VF-13 applied to their former high to the first arrival in 1951.' M:liasion aircraft, and he became an firm of Erskine, DeLorenzis and
Whiteside Advertisers Inc., in St.
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Louis, Missouri.

r rtw In order to keep up with the My
latest trends in aviation DeLorenzis -
Joined the Naval Reserve pro-
gram and was active in reserve ac-
tivities before his call to active du- .
ty last month.DeLol'cnzis. d '

I is already! anticipating

a carrier cruise to wind up his
J caissons to carriers saga nand 1 is
\ I perhaps hoping it will be to Southern N JLJ
Europe for he speaks both r
French and Italian fluently. J-

I The big powerplant of the VF-

41's Corsairs is a far cry from r
f the light plane engines of the Field

Artillery aircraft but DcLorenzis
is brushing up in preparation for
1' 4 it his work in the squadron.
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!ak. F r: t. Signal Corps PigeonsIn 9
Arctic For Tests ,

( I Fort Churchill, Manitoba i rAPPS

L t (AFPS) A consignment of 70
Army Signal Corps carrier pigeons -
nm : .... : fully equipped for winter
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-r.NET -Hlfill SCHOOL DIPLOMAS-Twenty-tvo of the 41 members of Fighter Squadron 13 who I flight, arrived here recently to
USAFI GED tests shown here. Front start Arctic training.The .
recently were awarded their high school d'plomas through are
. row, left to right are, Leonard Smith, ADC; Wilord? Cockran, ADC; Arthur Lauer, ADC and Lawrence I birds will be tested for I DANCER-Ann Miller, MOM!
Bailey, ADC. Standing are Mathew H-hner. AM3; Donald Itrockman, ADI; Tyler Scoggins, their capabilities and limitations star demonstrates the I-forest!
AMI; Edward Gold, AO1; Tlllman Bozeman, ADI; Harold Dance, AD3; Leland Belt, AMI George i under severe sub-zero conditions lug faculties that make! her one
1, Connolly, AMI; Malcolm Coversten, AD2; James Fairleu, SOl; Hubert Romer, AFI; Chrktopher and their reactions: to magnetic of the best terpsichorean arti-1.
AMAN Timothy liar- and Aurora Borealis ionrtrllation -*.: >la the cinema' that' FI
Caldwell, SN; William Williams, AM3; Haro'.d Freeman. AO1; Hugh Murray, ; pull I I'.
Is dancer.r .
rington, V.NS.N; Donald Smith, Affil: ; and Kenneth Kochblave, ADI. rffoct. a dandy .
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. What w.ts offered to patrons who attended the biff station Variety Show held last Wednesday and Thursday can be gleaned from this pic-

tonal display which shows some of the performers in their acts during the two nights. All in all 16 acts, featuring station talent paraded across I

the stage of the NATTC auditorium in what has been declared the "finest show of its kind ever presented here..
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Ladies Auxiliary m Earl Wilson. . Says' Ticket Holders

Plans ProjectsUnit : (EDITOR'S NOTE: Earl Wilson, celebrated Broadway columnist Claim Prizes At
of the New York Post, has joined the staff of Armed Forces

91, Ladies Auxiliary of the Press Son'Ice. Chronicler of many a bright quip from the! stars Variety ShowThe SALTY HUMOR FROM

Fleet Reserve Association held iteregular of the entertainment world, Mr. Wilson Is donating a weekly Navy scored a clean HERE AND THERE
monthly meeting Monday,, column slanted *'J14"C.'lally for wi-vlce men) sweep in the claiming of prizes
December 11 at the Cumberland A Sailor said, "The Navy discharge system ain't bad, there's given away at both performances SMILES:
.. Road Community Center and com men getting out all the time. Yesterday It was six men from the of the Variety Show. Why Is Henry pacing up and
pleted plans to deliver food, cloth- I I i Monitor, today It's five men from the Merrimac." At the first night's drawing down in front of his house?"
Ing and toys to needy widows and Mrs. Ernest J, Anderson, 1417B "He's worried about his wife."
children at Christmas time. Pretty Lily Christine claims glasses-they just leave 'em where Child St., NAS, wife of 'Why, what's the got*"
Members of Unit 91, cooperating I that some low-necked gowns' are. I i'''they emptied "em The trouble 1, Chief Ernest Anderson of "The car'A
.. with their sponsoring Branch 91, so low you have to hold em up'with many a showgirl Is that she Flight Operations, won the television -
will have a covered dish supper with garters 'I wants a man just like Mother used set, while A. L. Moore baseball player struck out
Monday, December 18 at Cumber- line's'naking, to make A clever guy probably Jr.. son of A. L. Moore, Sr.., several times. He complained of
land Road from 1830 to 2000, This a PFC-has: figured out how ,, Overhaul and Repair department seeing three halls every time he
Branch 126 Yukon and other Fleet the to tell if the picture of a nude employee, too home the I looked at a pitch.
Reserve members are Invited to ound8tjrsin ,I.I woman is art or just dirty. If Hopalong Cassidy radio set. The team manager instructed
attend with their ladies who are : "Ifave's you enjoy it too much, it's just Lt. (jg) Jack Morgan of the j him: Next" time you go up there
dish of food. v \\ in i Process division of O & II won I "
requested to bring: a dirty hit the middle ball. ,
Those wishing: to give! to the he n Navyi d a II I Humphrey Bogart explains that I the second second television night set given with I When he struck out again, the
the ,
needy are asked to bring, to this vV ac'a In he doesn't drink any more, and away skipper remarked: "I thought I
Haas of Chief Al-
meeting food and clothing, which he Army, I. adds, "Not any more just the Bobby Baas Overhaul son and Repair told ;you to hit the middle ball.
I lied of
will be divided and distributed to .vhat's a same amount. A Hollywood; the "That's what I did," replied the
the adopted families whose Christmaa f Woe ? restaurant is so swanky thev serve department claiming batter, "but I hit it with the wrong
dinners will be complete with "Some- ,, pigs' fe'l"tith shoe trees on them radio set, bat."
turkey and cranberry sauce .hing you 'i (Copyright, Post Hall Sync. Inc.)
An'onc'a.nttn; further infor- thwow a t I' i Ad in paper "Lady wishes position
mation may contact any of the following -I vabbits" I as housekeeper for widoweror
committee: Mrs Thelma Sonvej bachelor No objection to having .
Fannin, Mm Sara Dunbar, Mrs .voo i II: c nsnru one child" "
Louise Brown, Mrs. Marguerite Joe Louis j j'hy I --
Harvey, :Mrs. Betty Duncan, ],{111. .\ I The proverbial Texan with all
Jeanette Cranberry in Dewey I Lily Christine lidn't sth0J his forthright speech, is usually
., .' Park Mrs Stella Lodesky at the the punches Kzzard Charles threwat gallant around the fair sex At abarbecue
Naval Air Station or call Mrs him. "Stop them!I"' yelled Joe I one Lone Star Stater
Harvey F. Miller, 379 Crystal st. "You didn't see any get by me. prepared to dig into a bit of suc-
At Monday's meeting plans were did you?" culent goat when someone joggledhis
,.. discussed for raising funds to finance A Soldier, talking about his + gd elbow and knocked his plate
expenses of the Nat'onal basic training, explained l, "'\Ve to the ground.
Convention which Is to be held in didn't shoot anything except a ten He busted out with! a roar that
Jacksonville next September. Mis the hard way." Ernest Hem- I shook the park grounds. 'Hawg'!
Lucille Iaquinto donated a hand ingway reports that a Cuban told 4 .. You want all the room they Is'"
made piece place setting to I,e him who he considers the two < I Ii Then seeing he was barking at
fold; as one project There will be greatest Americans: Gt'orgeVash. a woman, off came the old Stetson
a cake sale in February and a ington and Tom Collins. $ and in a gentler voice he added:
luncheon in March. A Raisin is just a grape that tsj tj "Lady hawg, that Is, maam"
\ New members Joining the Auxiliary failed its physical Color television -
were: Mrs. Mildred HiuflJta must be just around the I had a girl,
Mrs. Mary Willis and Mrs. Le- cornea r Some grayhairedold Her name was Nellie,
ona Lherenman. ladies can never find their She fell" in the ocean
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One mInute of silence was dedicated '
To MeetA it doebn't WHY' ?
to the memory of Richard Sodality ( rhyme.
Bernard Davis, Bon of Mr. and Mrs.T. regular monthly meeting of Cause it wasn't deep enough where:
A Davis, A. A Davis is the the St. Edw ard's "Our Lady of she fell in)
president of Branch 91 FRA Richard the Assumption's" Sodality will beheld keep
December 20 at I Women can a secret justas
was killed in Korea November Wednesday, ...... ..,- ..;0.-; \ ,.. -- well but It takes throe
1P30( In the small chapelAll I. as men,
tithes -- ------ ladies of the parish are invited I FLEET AIR WING 11 CHANGE-Chief staff officer of Fleet : or four of them co do it ,
to attend Air Wing Eleven: for the past 14'months, Comdr. Charles E. Robertson -
Captain 20: are hereby seated, talks it over with his successor Comdr. Joseph B. Chief to sailor eating out of GI
awarded In the
days brig on I
bread and water How do you A nice girl shouldn't hold ft I libbets, left. Commander Robertson left this week for his new can: Awright, you're no better "
like thatt man's hand but on the other a ..Inentas! ,executive offWr aboard a carrier being: commissions than anybody else. Get back in. 1'
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__ With Bob Joyce

(Editor's Note- .Belatedly on behalf of our many readers -
the Jax Air News staff wishes to wholeheartedly thank
the foul' guest columnists who so graciously gave of their
time to write a column of sports for this corner.

To John MacLean, ace sports announcer of radio station
\\TDQ ; Arnold Finnefrock Sports Editor of the Florida ..

Times Union ; Hairy Talbert, sports announcer of radio ..

station WM11R and Fred Schilling, sports commentator for ....
station "'JIIPtheavy! sends a "well done." TOUCH GRID PLAYOFFSNARHU's. -
Judging from the very fine response of our readers to touch grid championspose '
these guest columns, which accounted for some of the' for the camera immediately .
finest compliments ever given the Jax Air News this is I I fra-mural after copping touch the football station title in y

what our readers like and if it is at all possible, from time from Naval Hospital 24-14.
to time we will endeavor to continue the series. Kneeling, left to right are, Wilbur
Word From Chet Sweat, M. J. Moon, Hendry
Chet Paschang, former Jax Air News sports writer, Hunt, Elmore Nodine, Warren ; raS
Grffron, Bob Proctor and Fred
writes that he just returned from a cruise to the Mediterranean Dickson. Standing, left to right,
and upon putting into port at Norfolk bumped intoa Joe Thompson, Chuck Iticken-
former NAS pugilist who is making quite a name for bach, John Zimisky, Earl Kin- I
ard, Joe Gushanas, Manuel
himself in said
area. Gonzalez, Gene McElheny and ,
Remember "Poundin" Pat Patterson ? During his stay Lt (jff) B r a h e e n B-iccash $
here, Pat was considered one of the finest fighters ever I coach. _
to be stationed here. Since leaving Jax. Pat has been stationed Warren Geffron quarterbackand
aboard a destroyer in the Norfolk area and doing aI I captain of NARTU proudly
accepts the championship tro
lot of fighting. lie has had 18 bouts and won all 18 and only phy from Lt. (jg) Dick (Garver"
recently he captured the Virginia State Amateur Middleweight assistant PT officer, followingthe
title from last year's champion, l Kayo Dell- final playoff fray.Holiday .

According to the former Jax Air News sports writer, .

Patterson took the close three round decision because, according Golf { .
to the Norfolk papers "of Patterson's tine sportsmanlike -

fighting." Cinderella Wolverines Tourney SetDespite

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Much has been said about Michigan winning the Big Ten ---- -
championship and their bid to the Rose Bowl but early this war. parties and holidays
play at the local golf links NARTU Crew Touch
season we picked Michigan to edge past Ohio State for the goes on and during the coming Captures

crown.The 1950 football edition will go down in the books as announce holidays golf a special course. Holiday officials Grid Crown With 24-14 Triumph ..
one of the most unusual years of football, with upset after Ringer '
tourney will get under- The Week-end Warriors of NARTU Jax romped over the Medic
upset. way Saturday and last through of the Hospital last Wednesday afternoon 24-14 in the second play-
Many claim that the Navy upset over Army was the Christmas and New Year's in off game to captuie the station touch football championship.
clincher for top upsets, but the Wolverines of Michiganover six 18-hole rounds. It will be Behind the running and passingof .
divided into three classes. A B half and with only seconds to go, .
Ohio State was the most unexpected The Buckeye Charlie Rkkenbach NARTUscored Rickenbach heaved an aerial to
dropped their first contest to Southern Methodist, 32- 7, $1.00.and C with entry fee set at ; once in the opening stanza John Zlmisky for the TD. makingthe

but went on to dump Pittsburgh Indiana, Minnesota, Iowa, and three TD's in the last half halftime score 6-2.
Those entered in Class A
Northwestern and Wisconsin before it from Illinois. In the second half Rickenbach
getting must have handicap of 0.10, while the Medics managed a saf- scoied himself from the
The loss to Illinois was their first conference loss, however class B, 11-22 and class C. 23-36. fly in the first half and two touchdowns line. He. then flipped touchdown 10-yard
and after rampaging through all opposition, were expected Results of all matches must be in the closing half passes to Joe Thompson for the
to roll over Michigan with ease. Then came the fateS checked in with the starter. Hospital kicked to the Warriors third NARTU tally and anotherone
Listen to this array of prizes: and on the first play drove the to Joe Gushanas for the fourth
ful November 25th with the Wolves. Because of Mich-
For the class A winner an um- NARTU crew behind their own and final acore.Hospital's .
igan's 11-7 loss to Michigan State a 7.; tie with Minnesotaand brella; class B, a Cashmere goal for the first two points of the in the .
a loss of 7-0 to the Illini. Ohio State was picked to rollover sweater and class C. a Spalding game. Play moved back and forth t>e<'ond half scores also when came Harvey
Bennie Oosteibaan's boys, but the weather took a putter Rt mid-field the rest of the first Coats and Garry Walsh tallied for
hand. the Medics.

A 100 to 1 ChanceIt NARTU led the Intra-mural
was the weather that gave Michigan a 9-3 win over league throughout the entire sea .
Wes Fesler's Buckeyes and it was a 100 to 1 chance that r son seven finishing wins, : with losses a and record of
4- no one tie
Michigan would do "it and get a Hose Bowl bid. This was while Hospital last year's station
; truly a Cinderella move and in our minds the most unexpected champs, finished with 8 wins and l
of the year. Northwestern also helped Michigan along one loss.
the road to the Rose Bowl by upsetting Illinois 9-7. which Lt Physical Training; Officer was on
was another unexpected turn of events. hand for the tussle! and presentedteam
The 19.)0 Wolveiines are far from being what the 1917 trophies following the clash,

1'ose Bowl I Michigan squad was. In '17 Fritz Crisler had ..
what one Ohio State scouter termed a "pushbutton" team,
where the unexpected could and usually happened. Michigan's Ladies Plan 2-Ball

1950 team lacks such power as ends Bob Mann and Lennie
Ford and tailbacks like Bump Elliott, Bob Chappius, Howard tr 3 SundayAn
Verges and Weisenburger. who all carried mail in the -19-0 Officers' Wives Two-Ball
win over Southern California.. a rte, p Y fouisome tournament will be held
The 1950 Hose Bowl: bound Michigan will give California at the local )layout Sunday, December -
r a battle, but it is our opinion that California will at 1400. 17. with toe off time set

take home the roses bal'l'ingnymore Cinderella tricks
Participants must sign up at the
) Golf Club House for the tourney .

I .' Conner Captures. Blind Bogey Play i and lowing.Christmas! party-supper fol
Andy Conner outlasted all competition a handicap of 6. shot a 77 and The dinner will be served at
-t to cop the weekly Blind finished with a bogey of 71, while'' > 1800. followed by a Christmas par-
tournament at the local Santa Claus will
"if Bogey Comdr.. Bedell made his 71 bogey be on handto
layout last week, while second award prizes for the tournament
i place honors wet split by Pot tff' after stroking' 81Oft a chosen and distribute gifts. Each
Bedell and Bill Baker | handicap of 14, ,- ....._ < f M"" ,'1r,>' .>',, couple is requested to bring\ a
Conner chose a < handicap for Longest drive wax a 260-yard Christmas wrapped gift (cost not
the 18-hole tourney and shot a 78, glam by Billy Haas. Bill Chase VOLLEYBALL ACTION-"Killer" John Cram knifes a return to exceed .fl.00--or two gifts not
giving him a bogey of 7* which won closest to the pin honor for Fasron Six against NAItTU In action during the station exceeding $.50 each, but wrappedi
WAS the winnw. I when his ball landed 8 feet from championship playoffs won *y Fu..oa Six, The Fasronsi swept i one package! ), Distribution of
; Baker and Bed M tied for secondspot ; the cup. Gene Pelti r'* 15-foot three. straight games t* flinch: the crows for the second- straight ', gifts will be made by drawing
>> honors with 71 Baker chose putt won ]longest putt honors. Tear numbers

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14 December 1950 JAX AIR NEWS rage seven





Station Bowling Fliers Bent Charleston

.. .. League Final ShowdownThe Nearing f I, .(t' ; ,'. Jt, 'j To Even Season's Slate

station bowling league ; : Jax Navy's varsity cagers balanced the season's recordto

I : started do w.n the home two wins and two losses Tuesday night with a close 41-39

stretch this week and by Fri- : i i1 win over the College of Charleston "Maroons" on the local

.J dayall playoffs will have been vFy ; hardwood.

., 15It\! Stetson University's Hatters ---
completed.: a-15.i5
showed count.
Teams in the lower divisions in I handed the Fliers their initial set- II
both leagues have been dropping back in the season's opener" 7139at I In the second half, the Fliers
1 showed more hustle to jump to a
cut due to the impossibility of their DeLand December 6. The Fliers
winning either the American or I next edged the Warner-Robins" i 30-23 lead for the largest margin ,
Rational League, so plans of this Air Force quintet, 50-46. Parris I jin the contest. Charleston settled
final week of bowling may be altered Island Marines moved into NATT- '.down with their defenses tight
to workout a bowl-off for I center auditorium to hand the locals ening while they moved to with.

.... the station crown. a 59-41 loss for the second in four points with two minutes
Frank McCaffrey, director of i setback. to play In the desperate attack.

... all In tra-mural activities reports I The Fliers played their most Charleston guard Evans, dumped
that in-the event of such altera- outstanding ball in Tuesday'sI : eight points while the Fliers managed -

--, tions, trains will be notified ". j !,, I game with the College of Charleston \I to score four for the final
through the plan of the day an to Maroons, but had a bad night { tally of 41-39.
vclicdule changes.The ,..yaI keeping the ball in the hoop. In I Monday's tilt with, the Parri
Marines appear to have a y I the previous games with Stetson : Island Marines was the local
angle-hold on both the American Warner-Robins and Parris Island cagers second loss of the seasonas
and National Leagues, with the Fliers opponents maintained the Islanders handed them a.

NARTU Marines in top spot in the supremacy on the backboards, but 58-44 loss.

s American and station Marines I Phil McKay, Ray Gay, Chuck 1! Jax Navy got off to a flying-
leading the National. Most possible .' '. Wheeler Red Sheldon and Gordon start and in the tint five min-
r change of the bowling pic- ':", Schott all did their turn un- utes of play had piled up an
ture is in the National League with 1! lead. Then the Leatherneck
,,. s. .' ( der the basket Tuesday night and eight-point
ComFai.rJax coming up fast.! The I I ... maintained possession of the caught fire and held the

staff kfglera have three games to .: backboards by snagging most of Fliers to nine points while they
make up and are a mere six: points i the rebounds.I I forged ahead to make the halftime .
r1' behind the l<.*gue leading 1 Marines. I It .vas perhaps the tightest count 3617.=:

Mike Cimmero of ComFalrJax ; game this season with neither j i Sid Myerson and Gordon Filedeiicks -
set the pace over the past week of team scoring in the first four paced the Marine attack
bowling by posting a high' set of minutes of play until Mutt Pas- with 11 points apiece Myerson
615 for three games and VF-12 "Ii; ,, co broke through the Charleston in outside set shot
took honors for the high series by .. ..,.,.,. specialized an
defense for a layup shot and was that caused the Fliers trouble
hitting the pins for week's 2513.omissionof UK: MADE IT-"Mutt" Pasco, Fliers guard breaks throughthe fouled. He dumped two foul shotsto while Friedericks tallied his
Because of last
I. standings the "200 Warner-ltobins defense to drop in a two-pointer' as the locals get the scoring underway. In points close-in under the goal.
"" Club"bowling membership this, week will drubbed the visiting Georgians 50-46 in their home opener Also the next minute the Maroons i Rally In 2nd Half
Fliers lhill\1cKay (13 and Chuck Wheeler (1& snapped back with a goal to knotit
shown are players
._ include those of the put two The' Fliers showed plenty of
for rebound. at 4-4. At halftime the board
who set possible
weeks.<< Those bowling 200 or over are a -- --- --- hustle going into the second half
f for the past two weeks are: Rol .. of the tilt and outplayed the Is-
lins, VF-12, 26; Reed, VF-12, 210- ; Groups Can Still landers Ray Gay and Chuck
213; Spokas, 1st Lt., 218; Hmton : What Two Coaches Tutored Wheeler concentrated on the Inside .
VF-14, 210; Lillicotch CPO's 220; and began taking rebounds
RoBini 1, VP-3, 208; Burhait, Marines Obtain Tickets To Most Teams In Rose Bowl under both goals while Bob Decker -
i 202 Balasz' FAW-11. 202:
; and Mutt Pasco dropped in several -
I O'Shea, FAW-11, 200-223; Hinder- Several answers could be Navy adage, "Never give up i long shots that closed the gap
liter, FAW-11, 207-207-214. Gator Bowl Fray classified as correct to last the ship." 'piled. up by the Marines in the
Senecal!, FA W-11, 205; Carlisle week's sports quiz due to the Only two weeks remain be- opening minutes.
... Operations Training 211-200; Rus- 1 Units and organizationscan
of butJost'ph
versatility our subject "ore the annual bowl classics Red Sheldon playing a cagey
.:. toe, Operations Training, 202; Baker take their cue from several A. Ortenzio, DK3, of game paced the Filers with 11
VF-13, 202-222.210: Taylor (I the firstcorrel' :hroughout the nation so let'so
squadluns here who are Disbursing, provided point, picked up under the goal
VF-13. 221; Clbinero, ComFairJax : \ answer to the query, back to the senior bowl, the I while Bob Becker added to the
209-225: ,' Webb, ComFaiiJax, ordering their Gator Bowl] "Who is Charlie Boiwell?" !lose Bowl for this weekVpuz- locals' score with 10 points
.. 214-210-202 Wyrick, O&R Enl., hunches in order to
; :, tickets in "Charlie Boswell is a former ler which is: I The Fliers' first win of the year
208; Olson Fat 109. 213; Smith, have their little "What two coaches hold the
own group University of Alabama football was over Warner-Robins Air
-I ,
Fas 6 Enl.
Fas 109. 214: Borys,
204. together during the New star who lost his eyesight during 'ecord for coaching the most Force Base quintet, 50-46, on the
AnrveritMi. leagueG. Year's Day classic to be I the second World War. He Rose Bowl teams and how local hardwood court last Friday
\ "'. I* P. I in Jacksonville. took up golf as a means of many have they coached?" night, the Fliers and Air Force
Nartu Mar. 42 15 56VF12 I played left keeping in sports after return- The first correct answer winsa cagers battled it out with no more
..) 38 19 60 There are still a few seats ing to civilian life and he has free full course meal at the than a six point margin separating -
VF-14 ..60 36 24 48 in the stands NAS reserved and block of in seats the since become the world's cham- Civilian Cafeteria, good any them at all times.
East plenty
CPO's ......54 31 23 4? I available in the reserved West pion blind golfer. 1 day of the week. Warner-Robins outpointed the
FM 8 Off. _..,.57: 31 26 41 stand block. Reams! of copy could be written Send or bring your answerto locals in the first half, scoring 27
lt.t Ueut ...........57; 28 29 36 1 about Boswell and his stir the Jax Air News office against the Fliers 25: but in the
VF-43 .. 54 27 27 36 Military and civilian personnelare ring nerve room 123 in the main administration I second half the Fliers "weave"
VP-861 .. 21 33 34 1 eligible to purchase tickets to Charlie Boswell's story is building or call ex- caught hold and set shots mixed
reserved block but in order
Personnel ...51 2S 28 29VC62 the one of the most heart-warming' tension 216 or 8184. To allowan with break through shots by Mutt
.. .. ..'....... ..51 19 3? 36 i' obtain such choice seats, purchasers of all sports stories. One that even distribution of the Air Pasco enabled the locals to move
must get special application
blanks at the Jax Air News offl1 all sportsmen should keep in News, no answers will be accepted into the commanding lead.
National League' 1! (.. in Rooms 123-125: in the main mind. One which more than prior to 1500 on the dayof With only four minutes to play
G. ". ir.. any other brings out the old publication. the locals held a 50-46 lead and
Administration building.
Marines .. ...... CO 43 17 56 I with this pulled a two minute 1I
!! : 'ornJo'alrJax ........57 38 19 50 Kiprotsed opinion among I freeze which ended the ball game..
FAU'-ll 33 2U sports circles suggest that the
e VP-S ......48 3U 45JTARTU Gator Bowl fray which pits I Pasco paced the Fliers against
....60 33 27 43'F13 Washington It Lee against unbeaten I Warner-Robins with 15 points fcV

................51 32 19IS Wyoming may be one of ; lowed closely by Bob Becker, who
(> X It ............ ....51 31 20 4? the better New Year's bowl I connected with six field goals and
I Fawm 109 ..........57 30 27 41 games. 1' I a foul shot for 13 points.! Wheeler -
.; t)cratlooH ........ 51: 29 25 40 Both clubs are "hepped up" for was forced from the game on
t '5,"" }'as. G EnL ..... .57 23 31 30 I the tray, and although the bigger fouls, but turned in a magnificent/
,+' 1 and older established bowls boast I performance and 10 points to the
lor the bigger schools, it is doubtful I' Fliers' tally.In .
\ McWilliams Cops !, that any two bowl teams com- the season's turn-raider
peting anywhere have more incen- -FjjI, with the Hatters of Stetson University

live to win than Washington & the locals fell before the
Fall Cup PlayI I Lee and Wyoming. This Gator Stetson height, 71-=::9. The fray 1
I I Bowl game has become a definite got off to a fast; fatal, and in the ;
I McWilliams swept past all i break for both clubs which this ,, first few minutes the Fliers held
opposition to cop the title in the year have risen to national prominence a slight edge before the ky
c championship flight of the station giants" took over for Stetson and .
Fall Cup Handicap Tournament at j i The Generals and the Cowboys : moved ahead 34-15 at halftime. .r.
the local golf links last week seem evenly matched anti fans The Hatters played a "race ,;
, .. while Gerry Mont ison, Jack Blown .could easily be treated to one ter- I horse" game of fast-break that
. and Bernie Hendrix copped the ': ific game. As is reported in most had the local Fliers off stride for UI
first second and fourth flights respectively. ciiclos "the ether) howls may have awhile but tht'yloon carried the j

I. i the bigger teams, but the Gator I game to the Hatters. The locals
McWilliams moved Into the win it C.
best .4
Bowl looms as "prosIpectlve -
had a cold night with the hoops
ner's circle of the chnmpionshipflight ."
i I 'game'
but Becker racked 11
_. .. up pointsto
l hy edging; post Bill Chase
_ : -- lead the Flier
for the seond flight title. scoring.
" 21.In the first flight race, Gerry Charlie Robertson and Bill Mitchell Play in the final period began I
ti Morrison defeated l Charley Paresl are entered in the third going the Fliers' way as they tallied -
I I 5-4 to cinch the championship flight championship match, but at aa,;,;_2tie"s._", 'x,'wry.,,,.<""._.a.wn'o'o ..1It _-,.,.'r.,' ;u 24 points after being limitedto !"
t i I after downin ) .ltllll'ft' 'pteatgr.'ttme, results of the match LADY LINKS 'TQP.NOTCHERs-Aluis DeLaMater! winner only 15 in the opening half
'4 3-2 In th j ar n'' not in. .f trill CtM A ehampUhshlp in the Officers' -Wives Golf tourna- The Stetson height and control of : '. .
.f I Theextra tI III"( --- ... net of the fourth flight was t .aeat held at the NA* links fctows the winning: form she used to the backboards prevailed however
I; .. liolijj e'Hendrix. who defeated Jim to* the title; whH<' Lladft Back, left Class II I HI 1st and Barbara and at the end of the game the \;

finally b ng 4-3.: a '" ,I Barker. Class winner. balk .L. Hatters ltd 7139.

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KENT:: -- --
Rm. In private home. 2S11 ForbesSt. I
., Miss Rage ;ni rn, Pho. 2-3043. I When the demure little girl in
Fur, rm. and us of home. 4508 + the pretty' pink dress stepped out ,
In front of the curtains last Wednesday -
College St. Mrs Newman, 1'h. ,
8-6634, i ; night for the first performance

Fur. rm., 2144 Bvitha St., Mrs. of the Variety Show, no-
Stanley, Ph. H-6W1.:: body on cither side of the foot-
Rm. and board ::46 E. Duval St., I lights WAS sure Just how the act
H M. Taylor] Ph. 2-S876. L would] be received.I .

24! rm. duplex, furn. or unfurn. : I Acting out a song with a record-
6142 Firestone Kd., Mrs. GorecW.Fho. Ing by a well-known singer was a
2-3086. chore that in ]less-skilled hands
Efficiency apt., one bedrm. $40 ; could have produced some pretty
mo., 2741 St. Johns Ave. Miss ''mediocre results. In the hands of

Stetson Disb\1r ing's Gloria] Gerrard, pan- .
Two furn. rms. 1040 James St., tomimicry-as this brand of per-
, Mrs. Beatty, I'h.0969.. I formance Is called\ -became first-
Rm. near NAS. M tta. Wilton) call < rate entertainment Her timing
2-0290 between 12 noon and 1 7 ,, ,:, | was never off-beat (though the
p. m. It' record faltered. on the first night) ,
Furn. garage apt. $55: mo., lat:; >7 -- .,,,__v ..w ,.",._,_,,- ,,,_'re'__ I lord the customer's thunderous approval -

Murray Drive, Mr. Whittinglou. MISSIONARIES WELCOMED ABOARD-Two missionary redemptorist priests from New Smyrna at the end of her first number -
Ph. 6-7786. Beach Fhi., on hand here to conduct the religious mission at St Edward's: chapel, were welcomed was proof enough that the
1 bedrm. furn. apt. with garage. aboard by commanding: officer Cant. Douglas T. Day, Left to right are, Lt. John J, Burns, station "sending" was solid.
$55 mo., R. M. Proctor, Ph. Catholic chaplain; Rev. John J Waldron; Captain Day, and Rev Thomas F Keenan. | It was also clear that the audi
2-8621. ence had been considerably mellowed -
4 rm. unfurn. apt. Avondale] 582! by a whole flock of preceding
Hendrick Ave., Mrs. Chapman VF-15, VMS, VFAl Report I fine performances,
Ph. 2-8361. M .

Furn. apt. near bus, accept one Yvonne MtCuHough, anotherSupplyer
child, Miss Church, Ph. 2-7396.:
Furn. bedrm., pvt. bath, use of Scouting The Squadrons I another member(or more of the Disbursingclan accurately

kitchen, 1908 Morningside St.,
Mrs. Isaac. i executed a tricky tap. routine -
--- --- ------- - with precision and grace that
C rim brick bung., Lakeshore, A quartet of enlisted Setting rapid for to watch.
5123 San Juan, Mrs. Tenny, Ph. men ; : a pace was pleasant
2-4100. attached to YF-41 were re- Carrier Air Group Four, Attack Both Yvonne and Gloria Inherit

!-J: bedrm. houses, unfurn. Anderson the t Squadron 45: took top We welcome two new employes their ability from theatrical parents -
cently presented Navy
Rd. & Blanding Blvd., Mrs. honors for the month of November in Public Works this week, Betty whose stints in vaudeville and
Anderson "E" battle of Mail File Section the big time have imbued the girls
Ph. 8-1147. $55: mo. efficiency pen- Herrington the
Furn log cabin 3 nn. $50 mo., Mrs. Ains- i by amassing a grand I and Juanita Lester of Admin- with burning desires to follow
Anderson, Ph. 8-1147. nant by Lcdr. C. C. total of 1009.6 pilot hours. istration. We all know Betty. She parental footsteps. Experience so ,

4 rm. furn. apt. between Barr & worth, commanding officer of This accounted for nearly I I was formerly with Public Works far has been confined to appear-
Acosta Sts., 2575 Haldumar] Terrace one-third of the total hours 'and until recently has been working ances in school and club produc-
I. N. Hagouri. Ph. 7-4412. the squadron.The I i in Jacksonville. Some of you tions and amateur shows, but both
Lower 3 nn. furn. apt.. 565: Del- men, Charles D. flyers, flown by the five squadronsof may remember Juanita. Sht'workt'd have hopt's of being discovered

wood Ave., Mrs. George, 2363 AD3; William E. Hunter, AD3; the entire Air Group. I for Staff Legal Advanced somehow, somewhere-and soon. .

r Myra St., Ph. 7-4738. Glenn A. Rogers, ADAM; and I In spite of a large number of Training in the Administration Still another Supply contribution .
2 bedrm. furn. house near NAS, James P. ADAN, had pre- engine checks and various changes Building when Public Works was to the successful Variety
apply 508 Milwaukee Ave.. viously rained the right to the. which had to be performed, the I ]located there but left the Navy I Show was pert perky, and petite
Orange Park, T. R. Nelson, awards when they were on duty maintenance crew contributed to when the Advanced Training Command Dot Houghton, the middleman] inI
MEC.X with VF-62." the successful month by keepinga moved to Corpus. I I the quintet which sang the praises
rm. apt., pvt. bath 2326 Park New "brown baggers" of 41 are! high average of aircraft availability I Who is that person who won't I of fabulous] Washo Soap Singing
St Mr Shepherd Ph. 7-6516 Ensign Paul T. Smith and Maurice make coffee when it come her commercials in a group of 5 gave
3 rm. turn apt. pvt bath and entrance T. Hand, AD2. Ensign Smith turn in Building 902 There are 1 ]little opportunity to display her m1 -
4130 Oxford Ave. Ortega, married the former :Miss Sara Pilots of VA-15 credit the I names for people like that. and she I dividual i ] ability, so Dot gets her
Mrs. Klder. Bosh of Mansfield, Ohio and Hand squadiun's Kangaroo Court I has been called most of them. in the i chance to do a single next Tuesday .,
Double] and single rms.. 2601 ParkSt. joined the double-harness ranks : past week. night in the special show at
., Mrs. Houston, Ph. 8-2770. when he and Miss Louise Shawof I with playing a big role in the I Lcdr Foster's relief, Lcdr W. T. I the Naval Hospital. Yvonne and

3 bedrm. house $50 mo., 6024 Daytona Beach, Florida ex- excellent flight safety recordof Malcy] Ji'., is expected in the last Gloria will also give repeat per-
Trannsylvanla Ave., Mrs. Kr azit. changed vows.Knowing the squadron. I of this week Comdr. Peltier re- furmances.
Front r. and use of kitchen, 4625 ; a good tiling when I Disregarding a minor barrier I turned to the office Monday after I II I ei .

Astral St., Murray Hill, Allyne they see It \\t"n't"O\ im-mlx-r' nf crash' during recent qualifications a two day trip Thursday and Friday I i A standout in the mystery four,
Burns, Ph 2-3263. VF-41 uho rwrntly shlMd| ClH'r i Ion the Orlskany VA-15 has not.I \ to Memphis Dub Stem- I whose surprise appearance was
FOIC SALE : for mix year The two twenty- been burdened with an aircraft accident bridge, Chief Clerk, is still on sick one of the Show's highlights, was
30 ft. house trailer] apt. size range year men are ('I. rM1t'.. 11. Me- In the past four months. )leave and we hope he is able] to''I our own skipper, Cap'n G. All-in-
and water heater Paul Bascom, nr, H>K' and Karlye E. IVr- Presiding over the Kangaroo return to work soon. all the. show was a hit both, at the
Azalea Trailer] Park, Lot 63, I ,vine \1)3. I Court, which was set up as a re- Had a call from the Fire Department !pox office and with skeptics who,
3 bedrm. stucco house S10. OO. W. The influx of new men to the minder to all\ pilots of flight safety this morning One of the 1 like this ('ohllnnilll"nt.. in for eo
K. Jones, Ph. 8-4307, Evenings.MISCELUVNEOL'S I squadrons found Vt'-n getting 9 I i precautions. is the Honorable Lt. fellows said he used to get up I charity--and came out chertIng.Hemos. .

new members Included' in the. Joseph F. DIrty Joe" Noonan who every morning, take a cold shower I Supply again figures in
Ride wanted to Pittsburgh Pa., I group were Jake T. Bius, ATANof with Lt. (jg) George L. "Yotz" and feel rosy all over-and then the NAS civilian girls' basketballteam
during shutdown, James Rt"gas'l Decatur, Georgia; Emerson K. Muirhead were recently elected to I Rosy moved. Guess whol I which at this point is vic-
Shop 5112, Hangar 123, Ph. R 'SA from Grantsville, their. I
Mary- .
sh. posts. ---- --- torious (one game). Lillian I'acettl -
8-3245. I land; Paul A. Lombard, PRAX, Their predecessors in the court the Natal Mine Warfare School ( Stock Control) is the coach while
1.ost-blonde cocker spaniel, male, from away up in Fitchburg< Mass.: I were Lt. (Jg) William J. "Judge" I II at Yorktown, Va., and the hitter Rita Jnchuni again takes over the
answers to name of Peppy Chief Richard L. Smaltz. AA from Cush-I Kostick who held] the scat of hon- Is Miiiljlnc' IntelligenvO' ut I I business managing and Sally l i
Brown, Ext. 217. I ing, Oklahoma; Vincent W. Wal- :I or for three months and Ensign< Norfolk, Va Jtoth pilot exjKX't, I Amctt is an active member of the
Driving to Mlanu, December 22 lace, AA, from Faxon, Okla.; Lon- I Paul A. Peck who acted as his bai-I' to return to th<-trhorrwllme squadron |I sextet. The heretofore undefeatedI'epsiCola
during shutdown, share expenses nie G Tilson of Borger, Texas; lit this month. ;i team failed] to keep
Eddie Leukanech, shop Russell G. Swecker, AA. of Valley I On temporary additional duty Newly married members of VA- 1 that title in an off-thc-word
8200, Ph. Ext. 8304 Bend. West Virginia, and from V.V-15 are. Ensign/ Henry recently. The tiltcome /
15 are Lawrence 1< Clark AT.1:! ,, scrimmage game
Available baby sitter, h ans. furn. AA from O. Bailey and Ensign \\1lllam I. I
GeorgeV. Thompson who tied the knot on Noemlxr up in the actual schedule In .
Lost Ph.-8-5195.Ladies Mrs. Driver.wallet in Main- Johnston, South Carolina, quarTh./ ., former U : 24 and Vincent C. Harris, ADA I 1!I just another week, and it. will be .

side movie green Sunday, November who became a "brown bagger": t n :j. interesting to see if the NAS gals "
the of this month. can repent: their win.
26. Contact K
H. Ext. I
Crosby. I
5-S5. I Af PS aUflIdh,1C'i I' Recognition should be shown to Dot Houghton is also studying

Lost. Lady's wrist watch, Penlnno. I Chief Robert S. Jones of the squadron ,. ballet Gloria] Gerrard has
lost in vicinity of main gate and ( who has generously given his added I a third imitation to her rep -
path to Dewey Park Sat. night time to help Santa Claus. Jonesis ('rtoirc: Carol Channing doing
Call Chief White, Ext. 8121. zfi i busily\ engaged in collecting old, I Tin Jus' a Little Girl from Little
Ride wanted from 1626 pearl St.. .es discarded toys, repairing them and Hock" A.'arie: Caldwell has re-
Kimball, ext, 288. then delivering them to deserving rently moved into her new home.
!. children in the Cecil Field arra. .
Our r.'quest t for Christina tiers

Army Issues SOS ( WUH shaved more than fifty percent
Top IndustryContinued I so very few of the original rc-
quentsat least for civilian trees -
For MuleskinnersChicago ( from 1))
lctj&e..r Page can: be filled. Most units wanting
th" Indusrial\ ]Ituders were r-.onI I them will have to provide their
(AFPS--Fifth: A ,
myI3eadquarters + '
4 b O ducted on a general tour of the iwn. If you have not heard by tomorrow 'a
recently i>*"wd u
station ninl( nNo visited Green Cove in all likelihood your unitor
call for muleskinners for dill \ .n
Springs Naval: Base.: I section tree won't be forthcom ,
Korea. They must be entirely: different -
The next I1ll't'tmgof the ing. So solly.
from the skinners the Amy "-
mittee will be held in como'' Th's' year's Christmas party for
knew back in the all 111'il
da's.'J'he Hagerstmvn Md., at the Fairchild the Department, will very nearly
transport ncw-1)x mule kJnner. Aircraft factory I follow\ last year's pattern. The festivities -
and refreshments will he
needed to pilot\ auk animals
} He mumbled a few words in I just about the sallleLut'ou
o\er rugged Korean terrain church and" he was married. I can't danC"hrlstmns/ so why: -
inu'!( ((1)-ttr in top physicalCondition.
t )
words his the ? : )]
H mumbled a few in change: pwrty Especially since
(2)-Not Iota MM
sleep and he was divorced I last year's; was pretty muvrnMtul.Send ; .
temper( eft-slly.\ ((3))-LOMaril-
rnali. Only the first requirement | IU -':
l I" fliararterUtic( of the old- Home
time mult-skinner. Your Jax Air r News

Applicants accepted, Fifth Ar-
my said, wiJe! sent to Camp
Carson, Colo., foi training' with the ROM: PLACE
Fourth Field! Artillery Battalion TWO

(Pack), or the 35th QuartermasterPack I CENT
Company. "
I ,7- _.'- '" _..<....__.. ........... --- --,-. .-.-,.. STAMP HERE
There's a war on, you know, and
tome of the entertainment managements THEY'RE: NOT FROM MARS-These are not men from Mars,
are complaining that but U. S. sailors testing rescue "hot-mils" at the Navy's firefighting T V:. Hrw e
their clubs are getting; to be like school at Philadelphia Naval Base The men went through r K

the gay nineties. roaring gasoline flames of more than.2,000.degrees and emerged of .
The girls are fay, and the men unscathed. The suits weigh only K pounds dcplt' elaborate fire
are nln tyl and heat-proof construction.:
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