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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-9 No. 32 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 8 Nov. 1951
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Voluntary Support }''" Blood Donor Drive

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Freedom Crusade S S

Are Cut As ResultOf
Quotas
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campaign to raise

funds for the Crusade For Gratifying ResponseWord

Freedom, the Naval Air Sta-
tion will hold a local drive r has just been received from the Defense Department

during the period of Nov. 19- in Washington, D. C. that inter-service blood quotasare

23. being cut down considerably as a result of civilian response -

AU contributions are voluntaryand I to the requirements of the armed services.

containers will be placed in This announcement was made
various departments, plus the : by Capt. Julius C. Early who has local program to some extent
Navy Exchanges, Main Administration headed the Armed Forces Blood Captain Early added. However,
station In- the need is still grave and the
Building, civilian cafeteriaand Donor Center in the
Marine Barracks. Everyone firmary since it began Sept. 17th. smaller quota must be met with
this last taken 1600 Mon- the same effectiveness as exemplified -
U being urged to support At report
had been by the record of the Flor-
of blood
worthy cause. day, 4,971 pints
The Crusade for Freedom is the -..'-- donated by military personnel and ida Military District
:American people's challenge to PERUVIAN NAVY OFFICERS VISIT-Faying: their respectsto civilian employees of military Though a small headquarters
world Communism. It offers each Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Commander, Fleet Air Jack- establishments in this area. numbering less than 200 all told,
.. individual citizen the opportunity sonville (right), are Lcdr. A. Bustamante (left) and Comdr. JuanL. Emergency MeasureIn the District has been able to keep
to strike a blow for freedomtoadd Kruger, (center), of the Peruvian Navy who paid a visit last 1948 the Department of De- ahead of its quota of 14 pints per
their voice, to the voices of week. The Peruvian Navy officers are attached to the transport fense concluded a contract with week The District is particularly -
Truth piercing the Iron Curtain. Rimac, which brought more than 400 officers and men to man three the American Red Cross which proud of those combat veter-
It says to Communists: "You vessels the South American country purchased from the United was then designated as the only ans of the Korean War who them-
tell your lies and we'll tell the States. The ships are being refitted from Green Cove Springs' authorized agency for procuring selves received blood or plasma in
Truth, and the Truth will win. "mothball fleet". blood for the armed services primarily Korea, and are now returning that
In a recent coast-to-coast ad- from civilian sources, and blood to the Armed Forces Blood

dress General Lucius D. Clay, Na- Replaces Capt. Sharp to stockpile blood plasma for fu- Donor Program.. .
tional Chairman for the Crusade, ture needs.
stated: "Early in 1946 we learnedin The Armed Forces Blood Donor
Berlin that the lie oft-repeated Comdr. Noble Takes Reins of Jax Program was Inaugurated by the Admiral Johnson

and unchallenged, la accepted by Department of Defense as an
great masses of people. On the emergency measure to meet
other hand, people have a natural Naval Air Reserve Training Unit mounting demands for blood and Chief of MATT
the derivatives resulting from
instinct tn distinguish between blood I
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lie and the truth; ; when both are Comdr. Easton B. Noble the flg l g.lK r .
NARTU Jacksonville
I reported to II Center
To ContinueIt Inspects
before them.
; placed assumed command of the from the Essex class aircraft car-
the lies intended, Captain Early
,. Therefore, to counteract was
of Communists in the countries Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve rier USS Antietam, aboard whichhe stated, that the armed forces pro- Rear Adm. William C.

behind the iron curtain, Radio Training Unit last Sat- served as executive Aviator officer him- gram should continue only until Johnson Chief of Naval Air
Naval Reserve
Free Europe first began broad- urday, becoming the third of- self A for over nine years before such time as it would be able to. Technical Training, conducted
casting July 4, 1950 from a small command the unit meet the increased requirements.The
ficer to
member of the
he became
lihort- wave transmitter in the a regu- reduced quota for the armed a blitzkrieg surprise inspec-
Frankfurt area of Western Eu- since its commissioning in lar Navy, Commander Noble is forces, resulting from stepped-up tion of NATTCenter here last
1916. well qualified tO'lead the destiniesof will curtail the
rope. July the Naval Air reservists from civilian donations, Friday.The .

Last fall General Eisenhower the Jacksonville area Five yearsof inspection, while short, was
Crusade for Freedom
launched the this time he spent as a "%\'eekend extensive, covering all phases of
to which 16 million Americans re- Warrior" member of an Or- PT-Rec Is Now the Naval Air Technical Train-

sponded. Their support made pos- ganized Reserve Squadron.Started ing Center.At .
sible the World Freedom Bell From ScratchA Special ServicesThe a critique following the inspection -
erected in Berlin on Oct. 24, 1950.
Y native of Los Angeles, Calif, Admiral Johnson said,
In addition their contributions of Physical TrainingWelfare -
,
"I think you are doing a great
from the Universityof
he
IV million dollars built a giant graduated and Recreation departmentwill
deal with what have. I think
you
California in 1926
135,000-watt medium wave station Southern now be known as the Spe-
doing a job of keep-
are good
". -Radio Free Europe, Munich with a degree in Civil Engineer- cial Service Division in accord you
neat and clean the relics of
ing
I 1930 the lure of the
In
which went on the air 'May 1, ing. ance with BuPers Circular Letter "
last Admiral Johnsonhad
the war.
"Navy Wings of Gold" caused him
1951 This year the goal is 25 million I to enlist as a Reserve Student Officer Since 160-51.recreational activitiesin reference to the Training Cen-
ter buildings, which were origin-
Crusade members and 3'a! million the equivalent of the pres- the other branches of the
I ally erected for service during
dollars to erect two more powerful ent day Naval Aviation Cadet. He Armed Services bear the title World War II.Paiticularly.
transmitters for Radio Free received his Navy wings and commission "Special Services," certain ben- in the
Europe and to establish a free of Ensign in 1931. Fol efits will result from the use of outstanding
of the
inspecting party was
the lowing his graduation he servedin with eyes
Asia to
dom station in atop terminology In dealing
the NATTCenter Dispensary, of
spread of Communism in the Far Fighting Squadron Six, aboard each other the circular points which Capt. George B. Ribble.
the USS Saratoga
East. staff medical officer, declared "It
General Clay asks: "Shall our After deciding to make a career out.The change is In name only, I ,
was outstanding. savrbetter
children and grandchildren be : Comdr. Easton B. Noble I of aviation he performed many I with all activities and duties of in any facility." never
Communist or colorful accomplishments In civil- I Services
crushed by tyranny at Special
Commander Noble, who has been ian aviation personnel "We feel that all of you, from
.. to them their
shall we pass on remaining the same.
I the Skipper on down, have done
selected for the rank of Captain,
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rightful heritage of freedom? __ I, (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2) a wonderful job in putting this
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> ing it to .the point of efficiencywe

Navy Units To Help Jax of+ NATTralning.see today," declared the Chief I

Admiral Johnson and his staff I

departed with little ceremony as
Celebrate Armistice Day quickly as they had come. The
wheels of the aircraft were up at
. a 1240, exactly :5 hours after the
Navy and Marine personnel from this area will take an active inspection had begun.
part in the Armistice Day celebration in Jacksonville Monday, to I .
be highlighted by t.he"annual parade which starts at 1030. Since
Armistice Day falls on Sunday this year, official ceremonies will beheld Turn Your Copy In
F'' Monday the 12th.

:,' ('' Marine landing force and color arrive from NAS Pensacola to be I Early For Next WeekIn
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&&t guard plus two floats will repre- the senior reviewing officer. With I view of the fact that Armistice
.' + the Air Station in the parade
sent
', The floats are being designed him will be the senior officers Yj 7.j Day will be observed Mon-

IK t:,.'. and constructed by the Over- from Jax Navy commands. participating day, Nov. 12 as a legal holiday
in the celebration.Day Public
.... haul & Repair department and here, unit and sub-unit
\ Armed Forces Blood Donor Off Here Information offices, and other
", .: the Center. NARTU will also be represented Parading units will assemble : ,,' \ contributors are requested to
?. I p ,I with a float. along Julia Street north of (effect early delivery of copy for
:,c' Adm. Price To Arrive Church and the reviewing stand next week's publication.
xttf.:; Two companies of sailors, one will be in front of the Aragon \ Copy should be turned in as

company of Marines and a platoon Hotel. A_short patriotic program t early as possible, but the printer -
''f'I'\:. of WAVES will march in will begin at noon jn Hemming has given special consideration -

( the parade bearing the Florida NATT Park.Although there will be no cere- ...... .,_' .' ,_.... '..... ___ _.__ _,- W' :... on pictures, with all late photos a.
standards. The being accepted as
f.:.i Center CIIIEF INSPECTS-Rear Adm. William B. Johnson,
Mon- NATT
C Group at Green Cove Springs monies aboard the station, Air Technical Training, (center), is accompanied by Tuesday morning 0800. _
chief of Naval
landing force day will be observed as a legal The Jax Air News offices will
will provide a officer of Naval Air
I Civilian and military Capt. Lester K. Rice, (left), commanding
: : along with their well-known holiday. of Technical Training Center here and Lcdr. Luther Miller, duringhis be open throughout the day
band. personnel, with the exception facilities last Friday. Here :Monday to accept copy and pl. -
Center's
'fQ pi' I inspection of the Training -
.. ,." : Vice Admiral John Dale Price. duty section and maintenance the Admiral inspects activities of the Ordnance School. ture4. 9-,
off
have the day
Chief of Naval Air Training, will workers, will ,

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 8 November 1951

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I Report From Washington
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l.J'CA.-.A.-;: iflJ 'Official Seal for

..J..J. ,..r" Military Appeals CourtNavy


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

NAS, Jacksonville Khaki To Be Lighter ShadeBy
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer
Comdr. James H. Armsttong Executive Officer
Lt. Gordon D. Walker Public Information. Officer Armed Force Press Service :Margaret Brown, Arlington, Va. Lt. CoL
Fleet Air( JacksonvilleRear President Truman has issued an executive Brown will be assigned to Headquarters!, Allied
order approving an official seal tor the U. S. Forces Central Europe Fontainebleau
Adm. Osborne B. HardisonCapt .Commander France
Allen Smith Chief of Staff Court of :Military Appeals established under e e
the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The deIstabUt.hmt'nt of distinctive decorations for
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
sign consists of a silver balance
supporting Navy submarine personnel
Jesse S. McClure ____.. __. __ a Submarine Cross!
Capt. Commander
scales in front of a silver sword, point up, enand a Submarine Medal, to rank with the Dis
Comdr. Joseph T Thornton, Chief Staff Officer circled l>y an open wreath of green oak leaves tinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal, has

Naval Air Technical Training Center with gold acorns. The background is a graybeen proposed to the Department of Defense! _

Capt. Lester K. Rice .....................___ Commanding Officer blue within a dark blue band edged in gold and and Navy.
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. ..._'_.._.-.........., Executive Officer Inscribed "United States Court of Military Ap- q *

Nan! Hospital peals" in gold letters.* The Army has announced plans to double its

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton .Commanding Officer present annual output of about 8,000 second
The has ordered 90 officers to
Capt Guy E. Stahr. Executive Officer Navy report lieutenants officer candidate schools. Tent r
to the Submarine School New London Conn.
atlve
NARTU plans are to launch the enlargement
Comdr. Easton B. Noble] Commanding Officer Jan. 2, 19.52, Cor training. The Bureau of Naval about Jan. 1, 1952, and boost it to program full-
Comdr. Personnel is accepting applications for a class about
Anthony Trusso Executive Officer strength next July 1.
which convenes during the first week of July _
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration 1952. The New York
Quartermaster Procurement
building. Phone extension 8184-
Editor-Andrew H. Planey The 11th Airborne Division has been reas- Agency negotiating- the purchase of
from the Second to the Third mildew resistant combat boots and low quarter
sighed Army.
Staff Members Marian J03 Bixiones JOSN.
: Sprenger, ; Mary shoes for Army personate Delivery
The concentrates all airborne
move training activities
TIle JAX AIR NEWS II fublttbeo weexty at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 000 pairs, specially treated to ofmildew
Jtckfonvllle, Florida' and printed commercially with non-ap proprlated fund under the Third Army, with headquarters ,
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS P-35, Rev. at Ft. McPherson, Ga. Mal be spread over the months of February,
iov. 1943. Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the and April, 1952.: .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and *
tike Hospital. The shade of khaki clothing for Navy per-
h.S.Jv.1I NEWS li a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. sonnel has been changed from the standard The U. S. IB receivingthe entire production
AFPS material appearing in this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Army shade 1, to :Marine Corps shade Ml, of the Korean Republic's tungsten mines, the
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republicatlpn of other
matter, except by service publications Is p10hlblted'It out permission of which is somewhat lighter. The old shad largest In the world. Tungsten is used as the
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. will remain regulation until present' stocks are filament in electric bulbs, in the manufacture
depleted. of high speed tool steels and in some of thee

Lcdr. more important industrial alloys. In some instances -
Garrettson
Comdr. Noble Army laundries will operate on a cash and the ore la being mined while U. fl.

carry basis, effective Nov. 1. In the past, the troops protect the workers from guerilla at-
(Continued from 1
Named Industrial Page finance disbursing officer entered the laundry tack.
Colorful CareerIn charge on the pay record and made the neces- *

1933 he journeyed to Mexico sary deduction. Under the new system, the Five new overca conferences have been es

Relations Officer where he pioneered a mail and individual will turn in the cash payment for his tablished to enable foreign duty personnel to ..
laundry with his bundle. participate in the Air Force's expanded sports
Lcdr. Charles L. Garrettson passenger route from Mazatlan to e program. These are in addition to seven Zone

former chief of staff officer of La Paz, in Lower California. The Lt. Col. Kathleen McClure WAF, Iowa Falls, of Interior Conferences already established.

Organized Reserve Surface Bat following 3'ear he moved down to Iowa; has been appointed Deputy Director of Overseas Conferences are Euro-African, Northeast -

talion 4-3 in Allentown, Pa., Colombia in South America where Women in the Air Force, succeeding Lt. CoL Far East, Caribbean, and Alaska.HALLOWEEN .

has assumed duties as Industrial he flew supplies and passengers ..
Relations officer of the Naval -, -;,
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Air Station. into the jungle to the Amazon Theatre
River. He returned to the United
John W. Carson, who has served States in 1936, and affiliated with
in the official capacity as Paul Mantz. At the National Air Guide
acting Industrial Relations officer
Races that year he performed a
for the few months will
past ,
stunt exhibition team with Mantz
resume his former position as MAIN SIDE v
and Frank Clark in which they
assistant Industrial Relations off performed close formation stunt C o si9Y fY4 f Thursday, November 8
'lliG
icer under Lcdr. Garrettson.A ing at low levels. tti "Son of Dr.Jekyll" .

native of Patterson N. J., ._...........Louis Hayward
but a long time citizen of Allen. In 1937 he returned to active Friday, No\ember 9

town Pa., Lcdr. Garrettson has duty in the Navy as officer-in- "His Kind of ..
much experience in the industrial charge of the Naval Aviation Cadet Woman" _......Robert Mitchum
relations field. Prior to being re- Training Program at Long Saturday, November. 10
Beach. California. In 1940 he came "He Ran All The

to NAS Jacksonville as officer- Way" ____..._..John Garfield
in-charge of the VM Unit and Sunday, November 11

:,. also served as personal pilot for "The Blue Veil" ...._.Jane Wyman
Capt. Charles P. Mason, the AirStation's Monday, November 12 '
1 first commanding of "Behave

r ficer. Yourself" .._._.....Farley Granger

::( Aboard Several CarriersIn .. .... .. .. .._. .4 Tue and Wed., Nov. 13-14
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February 1941 he received a "Drums in the Deep

regular Navy commission and returned AT NURSERYGoblins and witches of all South" .......?............James Craig ..
descriptions were on hand at the annual Halloween party held at
to
sea duty as flight deck
A officer aboard the USS Lexington.He the Navy Wives Nursery last Wednesday. Taking time out to unmask XATTO

was still serving on the Lexington each other during the fun, are these youngsters, Just part Thursday, November 8
when it sunk in of those on hand. Clockwise are Nancy Warner, Shirley Crosby, "Tanks AI'eConling"
was May Jimmy Strunk, Pam Bagaley, Pepper Newell, Jeff Olson, Janice .
.. .........Steve Cochran
1942.He Powell, Ingrid Eisberg, Janet Leaverton, Patricia Burger, Jack Friday, November 9 '"
also served on the carriers Wilschke, Donna llagen, Tally Thomas, and Kay Cooper (front). "He Ran AH The
USS Breton and USS Saginaw
Bay. He graduated from Gen- This One Is Way" _._..............John Garfield
eral Line School at Newport, Saturday, November 10
"His
served Rhode Island in 1947 and then Can Woman"Kind of.... ......Robert Mitchum
as inspection officer at A Building Be Versatile ? ,
NAS San Diego until 1947. At Sunday, November 11

Naval Air Station Miramar, Cal- Versatility is a Navy watch "Hot Lead" _........ ........._Tim Holt

ifornia, he commanded the Navy'sfirst word. The best men can do two turing leading orchestras and Mon and Tue, Nov. 12-15

Lcdr Charles L. Garrettson Helicopter squadron. Manyof jobs-or more than two-and dotht'm dancing partners brought from "The Blue Veil" ,....Jane Wyman
Wednesday, November li
the men wbo are making the well. The same goes for Jacksonville. "Behave
called sensational rescues in Korea at and aircraft Airman School its
to active duty late in Sep- ships presents
Yourself" .._ .....Farley Granger
tember he was the industrial the present time are former mem- But things like buildings and weekly indoctrination lectures in
relations field director of em- bers of this squadron. rooms can be versatile too. Take the auditorium, the Center's Medical ..

ployees with a Company in He next became the Executive ,NATTCentier's auditorium, for in Department conducts weekly
Allentown. Officer of the Antietam in De- stance. Just one room, but classes there, and the Disbursingand DIVINESWIGS
Educated in the Pennsylvaniacity's cember 1950, the billet he was checked out in four big jobs- Legal staffs have used it for ,
public schools, he was grad- filling prior to his orders to theater, ballroom, classroom and lectures on Insurance and on the
uated from Muhlenberg College NARTU JAX. 'I gym-and checked out well in all Unified Code of Military Justice.

in 1937 with a Bachelor of Science 4 5 four. Jax Navy's basketball varsitywill

degree. Servicemen Asked to Aid As, a theater, NATTCenter's play all its home games -on AT THE STATION CHAPELS

His commission as an ensign auditorium ranks among the best the auditorium couitf The floor 0800-L u the ran Communion
in the Navy came on December In Scrap Iron DriveIn With a seating capacity of 1,750 will be refinished before the sea- Small Chapel.

23, 1941. However, he didn't en- an urgent appeal to Servicemen and fully equipped with projectors, son starts, and square backboards
ter the service until January 24, Defense Secretary Robert 'screens, stage lights and dressing have been ordered to replace the Protestant
1942. Duty as communicationsofficer Lovett haft asked them to assist rooms, it's the Center's moving half-moon type. Seating capacityfor 0830-Horning i Services, All-
in the Chief of Naval in the drive for scrap Iron and 'picture palace and will house all athletic events is 1,400. Saints Chapel.
Operations Office in Washingtonand I steel. "Any Iron or- steel, "hkhin stage shows that visit NAS. 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL

as assistant communicationsofficer collecting dust or mat Is potential I It's the kite, too, of NATTCen Also in the auditorium buildingare J930-Sunday School, Small Cha- ,;.
a. NAS, Santa Clara, Cal scrap," the Secretary said. ter's monthly crew's dances, feaRed two chaplains' offices, a guest pel.
ifornia followed.In lounge and a library. The guest .i045-All Saints ChapeL

February 1943 he was pro- Faces For These Pilots lounge is equipped with television,
Navy Catholic
I
moted to the rank of lieutenant magazines and games; the libra
(junior grade). Exactly a year ry's 3,000'olumes were put on a 0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed-
later, he was made officer-in- lied races were included In the circulating basis just last week. ward's Chapel.
charge of communications unit orders of the day for Navy pilotsof on the plane's side-and the name 0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism
In of the auditorium
41, which was with the Allied Carrier Air Group 5 aboarda was Ensign Otho Crowl, USN. charge and Class).
Invasion Forces at Guam. Now- 'I carrier with Task Force 77 in Ensign's Crowl's plane was a the lounge is NATTCenter's Athletic 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL

mea, New Caledonia, Guadalcanal Korean waters on 31 October. twin-engined Banshee jet from Recreation staff, headed by 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL
,,and Saipan. They had prepared a big cere- : VF-172, formerly a Jacksonville Lt. Fred T. Marconi. Leading Mormon ..
Chief is Ruel H. Baldwin ADC
Lcdr. Garrettson was mony for the Navy pilot who made unit ,
prom .
1930 Small Cha.paL
Wednesday Jt
on loan from Airman School. -
inent in Allentown's civic life, 'I the 2000th catapult: launching As the plane landed and the
in addition to his position with from the Carrier Essex, completewith pilot stepped out, the welcoming Next on the Athletic Recreation Christian Science

the cement firm. He served as a the traditional cake and a committee of Navy pilots did a agenda, according to Chief Tuesday-2000-at Small ChapeL
chairman of the Lehigh County I box of cigars.As quick double-take-for the aviator Baldwin remodeling of a NATT-
Red Cross Chapter's 1949 Cam- the plane bearing the lucky was Major Francis N. McCol- Center barracks to house a full- recreation spots spring up in the

paign and was active In the Community pilot returned from a mission! over lom, U. S. Air Force. scale recreation program, includIng Jax Navy area, there'll always bea
Chest work as well as a Korean battle lines and circled Major McCollom is one of the ping pong and pool tables anda job for NATTCenter's auditorium

member of the board of boys II the carrier, an observer with binoculars Air Force pilots on exchange duty hobby shop. ;; one of the station's most
clubs jn Allentown read the name stenciled with the Navy. But no matter how many other versatile buildings.



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Civilians At Orphans Aim Of Dialogue I


OverseasPosts Local ProjectReviving ("Station Dialogue" provides an
opportunity for military and civilian -

: a practice that was personnel of NAS to voice
The Navy has a variety of job: Y : prevalent throughout Europe,, their opinion on a question put to
available ilthe Hawaii and. when war orphans received little them by a Sax Air News reporter -

Guam area for qualified persons: or nothing for Christmasand ,) .
it was announced recently by the< American service men rebuilt
Navy Overseas Employment Off discarded toys for them,, Today's question is: "Do about
ice (Pacific) { ,, one Marine at NAS has starteda think you know as much
? .
Jobs in t6Jse areas are in add e.r drive for old toys to be rebuilt atomic warfare, and/or prepara-
ition to local command policies i 1S a' i, and given to orphans in local tion for and defense against, as
subject to the same Navy Civil institutions. you would like to? Do you think ,
Service Rules and Regulation: S/Sgt. Allen Sinclair, Main. you should be taught more about
and Federal Laws as position: side Brig Warden, was stationedin atomic warfare"
within the U. S. the United Kingdom duringthe *
I Persons selected for employ last war and saw the drives Charles J. Lee, ADC, O&R:

ment are required to sign a condition y$ : :j that were held to provide orphan "The average
y of employment which calL \. children with any kind of a serviceman it
for a tour of duty of one year ir a plaything at Christmas. He decided
I Guam and for a two year period y.zY3i.i .r w X R .. a to revive the practice. no betterchecked

in Hawaii. Transportation both JOIN BLOOD DONOR DRIVE-Donators of the Florida Military When he mention his idea than
I to and from the foreign post of: District take a last look at their contributions of blood at the of having the prisoners in the his civilian
duty is furnished by the govern .NAS Infirmary before it is shipped to the processing center in Mainside brig work on the proJ- counterpart. I

ment Philadelphia. Ruth C. Dyers, left, has just given -blood for the ect, he met with enthusiastic
Quarters and subsistance are first time, whereas Capt. James W. Ryan, assistant S-3 for ORC in support not only from officials, for one think
furnished for a nominal fee anc Jax, is an old hand at donating, having given several times. The but from the inmates as well, that both
employees are entitled to the recreational Captain has also been on the receiving end, on four different oc- who wanted to help with,a wore groups ---.I nee information In.-
facilities that are avail in action in Korea. thy cause., Lee
casions, when he received wounds what to do in caseof
able within the command tc Two facts of the program are on "
which they are assigned. Park EM stressed. The first: "that any an atomic. attack* I
Dewey kind of plaything, no matter
.. Civilian employees may be USO Slates First how battered, will be appreci- Ruth Hanwey, civilian employee,

furnished the same medical den Need ated;" and too: "the sooner the O&R: "Person
tal and hospital facilities which Working toys start coming are afforded military personnel Roundtable Talk ." ally I don't

except where adequate civilian Uniform PassesEnlisted The Idea freenw> to be snow-
medical facilities are available. Personnel who have wantedto balling, for other groups have think any of us
Age limits for positions outside express their views and expressed a desire to help in hr
the continental United States arc thoughts on what they think Personnel living in the packaging, delivering and are any too well
set by the overseas command about present college athletics Dewey Park are reminded that collection of toys. Informed. W e
concerned. In Guam the age limits .- will have their chance tonightat special passes are issued authori All that is necessary to make
are 18 to 50 for men and 21 a round-table discussion at zing them to pass in and out of some under- privileged child should all know

.. to 45 for women. For Hawaii the the USO club in Jacksonville. the main gate in working PersonnelOfficer's uni- have a really merry Christmas, far more about
age limits are 18 to 62 for men Tonight's session for which form, according to is to pick up the phone, call jiamwey
and 18 to 62 for women. will be "Why the Scandal in Directive No. 11-51. 2.7711, extension 370 and ar- protecting ourselves in the eventuality .. -
in Athletics?" is the firstin Working uniform is not to be of an A-bomb attack..
.Industrial trades positions I College rangements will be made to I
and from residences by *
the Guam area at $2.11 per hour i a series of Thursday night worn to have your toys picked up.
are automotive mechanic, automotive round-table forums The session any other personnel without ,. Betty Currier, AN, O&R: "No I
mechanic (body and fen : begins at 2000. specific approval of the Executive and authorized don't think I
Uniformis pass personne
der) Painter, (coach) and painter forums will center Officer, Working
The weekly dungaree through the gate in working uni-
defined as : (a) Complete know enough
(brush and spray). Those at $2.21 mostly around current khaki form.
uniform (working
per hour include diesel equip. events, USO club officials re- for CPO's). (b) Undress white I The request must contain about what to
ment mechanic, electrician, elec- port. The USO club is located (with jumper" but without neckerchief I name, rate, service number uni do in the eventof
trician (meter and relay repairman atop the Beaches bus station, blue with or division to which attached,
Undress (
). (c) n
) electrician (telephone installer a n attack,
corner of Clay and Adams neckerchief). and the house or trailer number
and repairman), electric street. out Unit heads and division officers occupied by the person requesting I'd probably
ian (watchstander), engineman
(turbine), joiner, machinist, machinist are directed to submit Personnel a written. These pass.special passes are not tc I throw myself
(chorinator repairman),, Now It's A One-Man request to the station I Currier
be used for proceeding on liberty, I
I Officer for special passes to res in the gutter: Some method
operator automotive sailmaker equipment sheetmetallworker Helicopter ForeseenNavy idents of Dewey Park. This will but only while traveling a direct..' should be set up to brief people -
plumber ,
route between the main gate and'
and wharfbuilder. enable the sentries to identify on the precautions that can I
residence. They may be uses taken"
be
is experimenting with a
is in station
when the owner a duty a *
Other industrial trades positionsin one-man helicopter. providing permission has William Burke, ADI, O&R "I
the Guam area include Ord- It has contracted with the ?.a.. j been granted by division officer;
nanceman at $1.94 per hour; instrument Roto Craft Corporation, Glendale and section leader for such person only know whatI c
maker at $2.29 per hr; California, for the basic 4 jJW to go home and for going tc read. Possibly
and electrician (lineman power research of a one-man helicopter and from Dewey Park for the
plant) and electrician (telephone. to be strapped on a man's t f noon and evening meals. holding Instruction -
inside automatic plant) at $2.46 back. Personnel found with a special sessionswould

per hour. The present contract calls for pass in their possession who do
Vacancies in the Guam area in only two of the devices.No not actually reside in Dewey help
.. supervisory positions for the In- Park will be subject to discipli clarify some of
mass production figure
dustrial trades include quarter- nary action
in the plans. \ .
man printer at $6,385.60 per annum the mysterythat .
; leadingman lithographerat Although the device has not Navy N Expanding Fast ; surrounds --- llurke .

... ingman$5,720.00 job per printer annum at and$3,720.00 lead been assume officially that it tested may engineers obtain 180 New Ships On Way the bomb.making The motion the rounds picturecurrently on

per annum. speeds of 50 to 70 miles per Washington (AFPS) Already I atomic warfare is a step in the
Engineering and technical positions hour. Its weight is 100 I
pounds possessing the largest fleet in the right direction.
in the Guam area on the L- j world+ today the U. S. Navy h I .
basis of the basic rate for the building about 180 more ships: William Keeney AN, O&R: "I
GS-7 i I
electrical
include engineer
grade plus a 20"> territorial post
carter destroyers
ranging from huge to -
a
differential. Included among and 11; electronic engineer, GS-7; I I personally don't
and submarines of new
I
i these positions are architectural general engineer, GS-9 and 11: '
engineer, GS-9 and 11; civil engineer marine engineer, GS7, 9 and design The current includes know. There

GS-7 and 9; electrical en- 11; and naval architect, GS-9 and II the largest submarine program construction a.A must be some
gineer, GS-7 and 9; electronic engineer 11. project since WWII.
GS-9; material engineer, Persons who feel they are qualified Thirteen underwater craft arc kind of training-
GS-9 and 11; mechanical engineer for these positions and who i -- I being built in addition to the experimental
GS-9 and 11; safety engineer desire to file should submit standard I LOAD ABOARD-New sur- atomic-powered sub. program set up

GS-11; sanitary engineer, form 57, in duplicate, to the face-to-air refueling technique marine recently authorized to help people
.. .. GSand; structural engineer, Navy Overseas Employment Office developed by the Navy is demo The present operating fleet in- .
GS-9 and 11 (Pacific), Twelfth Naval District -, onstrated as Navy blimp takeson iudes: about 45 combat vessels understandKeeney
a aIn 1462 Market Street. San fuel from the USS Pawtucket xclusive of several hundred amphibious what they can do in case they
the Hawaii area the only Francisco 2, Califfornia. Additional j off Camp Henry, Va. This supply and auxiliaryraft. are in an area where an A-bomb
method of
position available in the indus- information concerning these new time-saving (:- happens to land" I
trial trades positions is that of positions may be obtained at the i pumping fuel aloft is believedto a I

ordnanceman at $1.54 per hour. Industrial Relations Department, I make the blimp more potentas Donald Sample, AN, O&R; ".thaven't

Positions in the engineering field Building 907.Charles i anti-submarine-- -weapon.One ---. been
--

Of Tic Best told. 1C a bomb
,.7 did drop, I'd

- / ((; 11'L' certainly look

Bakery Makes 12,000 Buns Per Hour of for formationshould shelter some kind In-



., i "Comrades from beyond-the S. Karr, CSC, leading.. all commands on the base Their be giv-
hours are uncertain,
Iron Curtain" have claimed a chief of the shop, says, "We working but normally they start to workat \\ classroom en out through i n w a.

first and a best on everythingfrom don't turn out pastries exactly 0430. This is occasionally al- :>.It aampic
the Ten Commandments to like Mother makes, but we are tered according to what the Istructlon, I .

the latest bulletin from Moscow, constantly experimenting to im- menu calls for. Sometimes 0200. they i Lowry 14 1 ears Old
claim the best what we do put out. Those turn to as early as CoV
but the day they prove Clerk Virgil i L.Wright Lowry AFB Denver, ,
bakery in the world, there's go- beautiful creamy pies that the Chief Pay offlcer-in-charge: of the in October. Officially openers in
ing to be trouble. That is located magazine recipes make could- has shaped one of Oct. 1937 M an Army Air Orp
Bake Shop,
.. right here. n't possibly be served across running organizations training base, Lowry lit now one
The Jax Navy Bake Shop, the steam table at the rate "our the smoothest in this 'area. It is a of right' AF bases devoted! to technical
located in Building 412. ia cap- pastries have to besen'ed.. the NAS Conunlsary training of officers and air-
able of turning out 500 one- He paused and then broke offa unit under .
in of brown cake. "Here, which in turn comes under .
pound loaves of bread an piece men.A I
hour, 3,000( doughnuts an hour, taste this. Its tasty, and the Supply and Fiscal department.With from man in an insane asylum
combined personnel
12,00) piping hot buns an hour, crew would love it, but it's too 11 sat fishing over a flower ,bed. A
Air Sax, Fair Wing ,
and in three hours, with their crumbly. W. can't serve it. NAS Fleet and NATTCenter, the per- "Visibility one mile, temperature visitor, wishing to be nice walked
new pie machines, they can turn That's" one of our minor prob- sonnel problem has been solved 50 degrees, dew point 40 up and said, "how many have you

turn out enough pies to feed thIS lems he added.. a And to the bluejacket in degrees wind east at 10 knots, caught today?" '* ?- '
.
combined personnel of NATT- and strikers the chow lines the results have altimeter 29.95.: Stand by, we're "You'ra the ninth replied UMimnata. "

.. units.Center NAS and the Fleet attached The 38 to baker the Shop are from been well worth the effort. measuring the ceiling n.":" f'B



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xBit'N
--- -.-- AH HA, WHITE SOCKS ,

,, --- YOO-HOO, FIE RE' WHAT'5 YOUR EXCUSE
-
I AM DEAR, POINT FOR COMING TO INSPECTION .
Entrusted with about $20,000
THE CAMERA OUT OF UNIFORM ? worth of high usage material,(

THIS WAY. George Poindexter, -AKC and Ver-
MANY MORE LIKE lin Henson, AK3, left for San-
PLANES FLYING A THIS ONE AND I'LL ford to distribute the gear to

LITTLE LOW, WHEN V/E SAY "RE3T, BE DEAD!' various squadrons participating* in
ti" AREN'T THEY ? WE DON'T MEAN QUITE ', the current exercise.
Ch. Mach.,Jess Hanson returned
from Memphis after completing a
t course of Instruction at the
Maintenance Officers' School
there. Harry Kagel AKC, was
transferred to NATTC, Jax:, for
duty as an instructor, while Harly -
Bums AMI, went to Corpus
Christi, Texas for a tour of shore

duty
; M

Lt Ed. Lorenz and Henry O,,-

$ man, ADC, can now cease leading
SMITH their double lives. Both were undergoing -
Instruction at NATTC
during the morning hours and
working in the squadron in the
afternoons. They'll complete their
training Monday.

A possible Seaman Recruit was
born to the Harry Wilson's last
Saturday at 1730. The new Mr.
Wilson weighed in at 7 pounds,
3 ounces.
Deserving praise i i" Ken .-
I J I Dahlstrom, AD3, who completeda
course in the Uniform Code of
Military Justice with a 4.0 grade.
IIdN5PECTION Word finally came through from

BuPers that former school teacher -
f Earl Bailey could change his
--- rate rom AL3 to PNT3.
M .
1
Not content with having golf,
football, volleyball, bowling and
VP-741 Fasron 9 Report 3 3 Receive Softball squads, Fasron 6 is now
going to have an Intra-mural bas-

Jacksonville Area GoodConduct ketball After team.the football game was

Scouting SquadronsA rained out, the volleyballers beat

Operations, 15-7 and 15-10. The
Medals
Here
....L keglers took VP-741 over the coals
Pacing the corridors no longeris and the golf team trounced Corn-
"Well done" was given to all Irvin Walden, AN, proud father Ninety-seven years of con- Fair Jax, 7>i to 4>4.
hands for their combined efforts :
of a seven-pound and three- tinuous good conduct were rewarded Nominated as "White Hat of
during recent deployment and ounce baby boy. CongratulationsIrvin ,. recently when 33 Good the Week", is Tom Taggart, AT3,
exercises Comdr. ChailesRogers
fleet by
but don't forget the cigars. who joined FasRon 6 after going
skipper of VP-741. > .c < ; Conduct Medals were presentedto
\ :
/ : .. through recruit training at Great
., .
Returning from Anniston, Ala., :
of VP-741 "
personnel :
Squadron 27 members of Farson 6. Lakes, school In Memphis and du-
where he received the latest wordon
through films and lectures, are being '
brought up to date on the national AEC defense, Lt. Hoffman put / t\ In addition 'to the good con- ty at FAETU, Norfolk
"" duct awards, one man receiveda enlisted in
habits of the Russian people to use knowledge he gained this Taggart Carming-
and their potential ideas for week when the squadron held two China Service Medal and an- ton, Michigan after high school
simulated atomic attacks J other received the Medal For where he earned two letters in
Lt. (jg) George
conquest by
Humane Action he earned while ..
football and three in track. As
.'
Weitz Intelligence Officer. New faces in the squadron this j .
Leon "tennis" Wilson, ADC, week include Paul Clark AFI2 participating in the Berlin Air is suggested by that record the
y' Lift. Lcdr. Charles A. Parker majority of his leisure time is devoted -
champion of the men's singles and from FASron six, Hans H. Gross
co-holder of the men's doubles in Jr., ATS from the base hospital, ... who has been acting as com- to athletics. After being
the City Tennis Club, just missed with Benjamin Emison, ADAN and ..w" < J...' manding officer of the unit Involuntarily extended for one
the finals in the Riverside Tennis Robert I. McCormick, AA from : ) *)1. '" made the presentations. year, Taggart is still not sine

Club Annual Tournament. A runnerup Memphis, Tenn. 'w :. <.. ..'ill Bill Willis, AMC led the llslof whether or not' he will make it a
e x'. .:'>' ". .> those receiving the Good Con- I ca reer.
and mixed
in both singles : .
<;w :, I ..t".f
doubles, Wilson dropped out onlyin t'asron 9 u.x ,,::-,,.,..,. f J r. ...... 0: I duct Medals with a total of 4.5Aircraft
the semi-finals. three, one of which was earned Observer
The 'top of the totem pole' on
To further advance their know accident percentage is claimed by when four years instead of the CourseA
ledge on the Uniform Code of Military Fasron 9 with a perfect no-acci present three was required to
Justice, Lt. Michael J. Car dent record. "Good maintenanceis qualify for the trophy 27-week aircraft observer

roll, Towney G. Kennadr, YNT1 the answer" according: to Lcdr. Chif-f Willis, now has a- total course has been added to the AF'
and Richard C. Peters, AN, are James S. Neander, executive off of seen good conductawards Ablation Cadet Program. To
bound for seven weeks training at icer. received during his naval career. qualify applicant must be single;

the UMCJ school at Newport, R. Indications are that Doug Maul- George E. Poindexter, AKC, between 20 and 26}'} years old; .,
I. Upon completion of the, course, din, AMI, productive writer on Blackbird Theme was given the China Service rib- and have completed two years of
Kennard and Peters will become the Fasron 9 'News Letter' will bon while Steven W. Dobay, collt'gellSuaJ: requirements are
legal 1 yeomen for the.squadron. soon drop his present rate and ADCAP), garnered the Medal less stringent than for Aviation
become a JO1. An exceptionallyhigh Of VA-4S InsigniaS For Humane Action. Chief Cadet pilot! training. Graduate I

"Hone)mooning" for ten daysis mark was made by Mauldin Poindexter earned his award for may be aligned a. crew members f
Robert J. Teeney, AN, follow on an exam for journalist and its commissioning in service in the China Theater im- of bombardment, transport, I
ing his marriage to Miss Terry the results have been sent into Sept. 1950, VA-45 has gone mediately after cessation of hose reconnaissance or Interceptor type *
Crawford on Nov. 3. BuPers with a recommendation tilities of World War II. aIrcraft
without a squadron insignia,
he be authorized to make' the
but'now after a diligent campaign
change Wins Commission Via OCS-Now
Having a couple of electronics with dozens of ideas put

I technicians around comes in forth, one has been selected

handy at time-witness the repair that is well designed and ap- Serving Tour With Fasron 109 j ja' jq
job Chet Reed, AT3, and propriate too.Submitted I
Gordon Markham, AT3 accomplished Hj
..- on the barracks! TV set by Charles G. Circular l letter 172-50 has

after it had broken down. Mitchell! PN13: and chosen best i proved to be a 'gold-mine' for
former 'white hat' Walter B.
in a contest held by the squadron
Less than 1/10 of one percentof the emblem shows a blackbird Campbell. A procurement clerk
the .nen being transferredfrom at NAS Pensacola only a few
Fasron 9 are transferred as in a "cocky" stance, a der- months ago, Campbell is now

I a result of them applying for a by painted green representingthe holding down the position of assistant ,
transfer All of the personnel being color designation given the Supply Officer as EnsignIn
received aboard .for duty Fasron 109 here thanks to
Fifth, or attack squadron, in a
though are here as a result of the authority contained in the
having asked for duty with the carrier air group, and the numbers letter.
squadron. 4 and 20, referring to the The letter which makes it pos

[' INSIGNIA FOR VP-5-Designed I. When David W. Barngrover, normal number of pilots assigned sible for those men who hold a ,
by Ensign James W. AT3, departed on leave for his to the squadron. 'college degree and otherwise
Parker here's'P.S', new home town he took an engage Chosen for its aggressive na- I fulfill its requirements, enabled
squadron insignia. The sly fox ment ring with him. One would ture in attacking and outwitting I Ensign Campbell to attend the ,
is shown peering over the horizon Lherefore assume congratulations its enemies, the blackbird U. S. Naval Officers' Candidate t 4 e
of the Atlantic, and portrays are soon to be in order unless is a natural choice to representan I, School at Newport, R. I., and
i anti-submarine readiness he bought it for a souvenir.A attack squadron.The i received his commission. He also -
r of VP-5, always prepared to smile and riice blackbird emblem was officially attended the Officer's Supply
proud juicy
deliver a potent blow. The I fat, stinking stogies were distributed approved by the Chiefof I School at Bayonne, N. J.
.. palm trees and snow-capped to everyone passing within Naval Operations on April 10, Ensign Campbell is a veteranof
mountains denote wide squadron 1951. World War II and was released -
coverage from tropics to range of Lt. Harry Collins, sup- i
in January 1946 aa an
officer, last Tuesday. It seems
Arctic. Decal portrayals were Ely AMMI2 Into the inactive re-
skilled and Mrs. Collins became the Traffic ViolationsListed [
; turned out by artists of
St'1'He began school at the
parents of twin baby girls early
the transfer section of O & R.
ate> the
that morning. below the traffic violations University of Bridgeport
The Fasron 9 intra-division committed aboard this same year and graduated in i
Weather OutlookIt's volleyball season will open next station for the period October 26 1950 from there with a BS in

going to remain cool this I Monday with Electronics con to November 1: business administration.After Scanning an Inventory report :
weekend according to the NAS testing Power Plants. Each of the Multiple offenses: R. L. Sequin his graduation he before initiating necessary action -
Aerology office: I various units appears optimisticand AKAN; J. E. Sullivan, PN- worked as Service Sales Manager is newly commissioned I

iJI. Friday-Mostly clear and cold. primed to go and the season A2. of the Redman Chevrolet Walter B. Campbell, assistant I
Saturday-Scattered clouds and I promises to be an interesting one. Miscellaneous offenses: T. L. Agency of Stamford, Conn., until supply officer of Fasron 109. .
slightly warmer. I The winning division will be Masterson, HN; R. J. Schneider, his recall to active duty in _
; SundayPartly cloudy and awarded a trophy at the rr ose of AA: C. L. Purvis, AL2; C E. October 1950. Ensign Campbellwas April of this year- 'and reported _
,. fooL Gradually warming. competition. < Stallin, AN; J. P. Padgett, AA. granted his commission in here for duty on 15 October.



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Cc Johnny Long To PerformFor


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SALTY HUMOR FROM For 3 Dances Next WeekJohnny


HERE AND THEREMerle' Long and his orchestrawill
open a three-day engagement leges that has been accorded
aboard the Naval Air Station Johnny Long and his orchestra
Oberon, the actress, was .
Monday Nov. 12. Straight from the campus of Duke
visiting the war wounded in Lon- ,
don during World War II. "Did First performance Monday will University, Johnny Long and his
be at the NATTC Auditorium boys have become the all-time favorite -
you kill a Nazi ? she asked one .
soldier. The soldier said he had. followed by an appearance at the band with students every-
"With which hand?" Miss Obe- Mainside Auditorium Tuesday and where and have run up the most
ron asked. She decorated his his final show will be at the Of- impressive prom record in the his-
right hand with a kiss. d ficers' Club on Nov. 14. All tory of music business. Even his
Then she asked the next patient 1 dances begin at 2000. theme song "Sweetheart of Sigma -
: "Did you kill a Nazi?" Number One College Band Nu," is of collegiate' origin.
Few of the name bands todaycan I Concert Violinist
"I sure did! came the ready
answer. "I bit 'im to death!" .1 claim the popularity in col- Johnny started studying the violin -
at the age of five. When h.
... w -
An old. Texas drunkard saw so I I was six a pig bit his left hand
Names of several
many pink elephants that he Navy severing the tendons
hired a hall and put up a sign, "25: cents to see the Zoo." A 5 for hand would be some time healingand
couple of customers resented the Olympic might never be the same,
11 strung his violin so he bows with
fact that they saw nothing but *
four bare walls, and swore out a ; Field Trials the left hand and fingers with the
complaint. When the sheriff I IWa&hlngt.on right. He is now quite proficientas

41 to make the arrest the a "backward violinist.,
came
I ,
drunk hauled out his jug from .. -T """" _..... ....."......". ... .;.. .v.. I (AFPS) Five I At the age of six, Long was a
field stars
track and have
Navy
concert artist in the towns near
: under the counter. The sheriff OCS-Comdr. Charles W. command- been chosen to the blue and
FOR Rogers, carry his home in Newell, North Carolina
took three sniftersand paid him of VP-741 congratulates three' of four men from his I gold colors in tryouts for the Before he cached his tenth
$600 for a half interest in his for the Naval Officer's Candidate .
who have
qualified Olympics.The
: birthday he had been featured at
.. _. show! Newport, R. I. Left to right are, William J. Powell, AL3; five stars, all distinguishedby every concert hall in the Carolines.
Gilbert ADZ and Stephen B. Hovan, AOL Missing from Go South Men
previous performances, are Young
A took his to
man young son
is Robert E. Morris, AT3. Richard H. SN JamesF. tours
the beach. After a number of Attlesey, ; Every year Johnny Long
the bathing beauties had passedby Brown, SN; Robert D. Cham- Dixie land of his birth. Seven
in front of them, the father Men From bers, RD1; Ronald E. Haynes, nights a week, for ten weeks,
asked his son what he was star- VF-12 Man AL2 and Cyrus J. Taylor, DK2. Johnny and his men plod the col-
ing at."Oh. Attlesey, holder of the outdoor orful trails that lead through Vir-

I was just looking at those Win Way record for 120 yard high hurdles, ginia, the Carolinas, Georgia, Flor-
babies," he said, "They are dressed Wins AwardThe is a graduate of the University of ida and Alabama. Music men
just like baby sister with their Southern California. His 13.6 sec- give Long full credit for developing .
OCS onds tied the world mark for the I the lucrative band territory
diapers on, but what I can't un-
first official act of Lcdr.
derstand is those 110 meter outdoor high hurdles. below the Mason-Dixon Line. Un-
they
why wear
bibs so low when they ain't eatinga of men from VP-741, John L. Carter after being con Broth, while at the Universityof til Long hit it big, the South ha4
thing.. Gilbert, A02, Stephen B. firmed as commanding officer of Arkansas, held the Southwest very little name band activity.
Robert E. Morris, Conference record for the two >
VF-12 was to present a commen-
A William J. Powell, AL3 mile event and 'placed in several
verse:
dation to N. Mullenhour
Wayne National AAU meets last Sum- Drill
He kissed Helen, this week for indoctri- Cagers
Hell ensued; I'y the U. S. Naval Offi YN3, for his "unfailing loyaltyand mer.Chambers
He left Helen, School at New- devotion to duty during this a former runner for
Helen sued. squadron's last Mediterraneancruise" the University of Southern California For OpenerNov.
) men, who are reserves established the best collegiate -
A survivor of torpedoed ship status, were eligible time in 1950 for the 800
was telling a horrified old lady of because of having grad- The commendation also reads: meter run His time was 1:50.2.: 30th
his terrible experience: "And accredited colleges. I "Your efforts contributed highlyto Haynes also was entered in the
there I saw the torpedo lady and Hovan utilized I the outstanding record of the AAU last Summer. He ran the Thirty men were cut from the
,
coming for our ship." Bill of Education, being administrative department o f 1500-meter run In 3:58.8:: and wasa Jax: Navy basketball squad of 67
"Oh, dear," she gasped, "I do World War II. Morris this comand and.were in keeping place winner in the Senior 5000- as the team began scrimmagesand
hop it was one of ours." 1948, too late for the with the hiehest'traditions of the meter run. formation work last Friday.
had already completed naval service". Taylor has done the 400 meter Several more men from the

.' 4 "What does the bride think of college work. Mullenhour, a native of Lima, hurdles in 52 seconds. The recordis squad will have to go to make
when she walks into the church?" the men, Gilbert, Ho- Ohio, enlisted in the 'Navy in 51.1 and AAU officials state room for the serious work getting
"Aisle, altar, hymn." Morris, earned their de- 1948 and has been with VF-12 there is a strong chance of Tay- under way.
the University of Flor- since May 1949. lor's breaking the record with Bob Grabaz. formerly of Syra-

Once-a-bride: "John, tomorrow Powell was granted his Lcdr. Carter, who had been proper training.The cuse University, is showing up
ii our wedding anniversary. Shall the Georgia Institute of acting commanding officer of the men are slated to report to well in early practices as is Bob
I kill the turkey?" Each was recalled to squadron since Oct. 6 when the U. S. Naval Academy to be Reinhait who played on the Southern -
Once-a-groom: "What for? He on 1 March of this Comdr. Brainard T. Macomber trained under varsity track coach Illinois University team.

had nothing to do with It." departed for duty aboard the Earl Thompson. They will compete Don Carroll, Fordham fresh
completion of at indoor meets this Winter
USS Cabot, officially assumedthe man basketballer is another man
months at and then in the All Armed Forces
Some girls think the latest swimsuits long course duties of commanding officerin that will bear watching as the
the four 'white hats' will Track and Field Championshipwhich
are indecent. Others
have
a ceremony at hangar 114 last team gets underway in the 1951
good figures. as Ensigns in the week. will determine the partici-
season.
Reserve and will then pants in the Olympic Tryouts.
Most men prefer a well-formed to new duty stations, The position of executive offi- The Fliers open their 19i1.: 2
woman to a well-informed woman. within the Jackson- cer has been filled by Lcdr JohnM. ton while it was operating in the season against Patrick AFB Nov.
I Breen, who reported aboard South Pacific area. 30.
, f The employment + front duty in Washington. During Following the war Lcdr. Breen -S. C
the manager.lookedover the last World War Lcdr. was assistant Naval Attache at The best way to get rid of the
references of the
:I and said, "I'm afraid nervouschap you'rewrong 72,000 Breen was attached to VF-1 (now Madrid for two years before beginning noise in the back of the car is to

for this job. We want a VF-11)) aboard the" USS Benning- his duty in Washington make her sit up front._ .
I For :Services) -
single man. HRoyal
!, "Hey, wait a minute," yelled the (ATI'S) Armis- Exchange Pilot

little guy. "When I applied yes- November 11th, marks ;
terday you "said< you wanted a of a campaign to re- Now-FIYs I

married"I'm sorry.man." Must be a mistake.. for officers the women's and enlisted serv- Navy Pilot With VF-11

"Mistake! groaned the little Marine
Army, Navy,
guy. "What am I going to do l' Air Force.
,, I went right out and got married -
." is in conjunction with From the fog-hidden shores Lcdr. as the Air Group Commander -

I "Share Service for of England to the sunny stateof and individual squadron
4 recruiting program commanders of the same rank.
A gang of county roadmen were to bring to 112,000 Florida, is a definite changefor *
way out in the country to repaira of women In the Lt. Ian H. F. Martin, Royal
road when they !discovered they by June, 1952. Navy, now flying as an exchange Lieutenants often command '
had left their shovels back in goals for the wom- pilot with Fighter second-line squadrons, that is
town. They phoned thelr foreman include: Army-22- Squadron 11, Carrier Air Group non-operational squadrons suchas
back In town about the trouble.He : -4,689; Marine Corps One training, communications,
fleet
trials] and requirementxquadrons.
replied: "I'll send the shovels : Air Force-43,906. Prior to his reporting aboard ."
out right away by truck. Leanon include a require- with VF-11 as assistant mainte-
each other until they get I more than 9,000 of- nance officer, Lt. Mat tin was In 1945), while serving aboardhis
there." .1 I commanding officer of 738: first ship, an aircraft carrier -
-,.. -- Squadron Royal Naval Air Sta- His Majesty's Ship Inde-
tion Culdrose, largest.Naval Air fatigable, Lt. Martin receivedthe
Station in the Empire; located Distinguished Service Cross
at Cornwall, England.In for participating in strikes on
comparing the two Navies. enemy aerodromes at Saki Shi-
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Lt. Martin stated, "Our general ma, .
set-up is exactly the same as Y
yours, Naval aviation being divided Lt. Martin came to the United
into air groups with a States for the first time in
1948 with 806 Squadron, com-
Federal Employees GroupTo posed of Hornets, Furies and
one Vampire, and participated in
Meet November 16 aerial acrobatic displays in the

!I' There will be a meeting of Federal Golden Anniversary at New
I Employee's Union Local 1116in York. During their stay, 806
Squadron was based at Floyd
the Seminole Hotel ballroom on
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Nov. 16 at 2000. Bennett Field and flew several i
Principle speaker for the evening times with the "Blue Angels..

will be the vice president of Lt. Martin' entered the Royal
the National Federation of Federal Navy on his 18th birthday, Jan.
i Employes, Vaux Own. 9, 1941 and received his wingsat
All union members are urgedto Kingston Naval Air Station,
attend, as officers for the coming Ontario,''Canada. He was torn

SUE'S GODDESS GASPING-With no regard for a ruy's blood year will be selected and in Entebbe Uganda, located in
pressure. Virginia Mayo strikes this attractive pose. The costume I 'elected. Civilian employees of the East Africa and is a graduate of ROYAL NAVY PILOTU.Ian .
_ is the getup for her role. a white goddess in the motion picture station are also extended an invitation Weston College WestonSuperMare H. F. Martin, now flying
"Starlift". Ever try walking with posies in your toesies to attend.. England. with Fighter Squadron Ik



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Hospital Setting rr: Smooth FSU Offense


Ii Hot Pace In NAS



Touch Grid PlayNaval Downs Fliers 39-0

Hospital continued its rt ,
winning ways by besting an improved -
Operations combine 19-2 Florida State University Seminoles combined a smooth

in the feature fray in NAS Intra- ground and aerial attack to smother an outmanned, but game'

I mural It could touch almost grid be league counted activity as amoral Jax Navy aggregation in Jacksonville's Gator Bowl last Sat.

j victory for the Operationsteam urday before sparse crowd_of 1,750.
since it was the first teamto Playing on the coldest day ot
hold the machine-like play of the year to date, the Fliers lacked the FSU 15 before he wa*
the Medics to a normal score. the luster and form which brought brought down from behind by
Hospital has been averaging over them an upset win over Patuxentthe Campbell.
In the best position of the day
59 points per game. previous week. The Seminoles
Gary Walsh captain of the Hos- packed too many guns for the to score, Jax Navy elected ter
pital team, was the standout with Fliers, who lacked too few of their pass and Norman's heave was intercepted -
pass interception, runs throughthe own. neatly by Campbell who< .
whole Operations team and Sparked by Dick Turk hard ran it back to the 35. Play see-
some beautiful, accurate, lobbing running back who tallied 2 TD'' sawed back and forth, until late
Folsom in the period when Spang' got ofta
and the Gary to Curt
passes. B.\RELYaGOT AWAY- Halfback Darrell Spang of the Jax:
bad boot from his own 15 to
defensive combination that
"pa.a
Meisner a good Campbell
Rod played off in the nick of time as FloridaState's
Fliers hit punt just
Navy gets
the Navy 36. F6U moved to the
for Operations and accounted for two more, the Seminoles
'
game Jimmy Taylor (No. 31) attempts to block it. Other Fliersin
helped keep the Hospital score as the picture include tackle Jim Rice and quarterback Bob Ie- : racked up one score in the
low as it was. Pasquali. Florida State blasted the Fliers' hopes for another upset first period, two in the second STATISTICS F File

Supply was taken over by NAR- with a 39-0 triumph last Saturday In the Gator Bowl stadium. and three in the fourth. First D.,.., .? .... ... 'Sif' ;; ...
TU 40-6, in a game that had no The fray was a rough one all ltahI.. Yardage ........ Zit 111
officials to keep the mayhem the way, with plenty of hard 1'.1.( Y.rdage ........ 1S1 'I
School Students ).u.... Attempted ....... I. U
down. The win put NARTU in AE Cop blocking and tackling. Nelson sasses Completed ........ 'I 4
undisputed fourth place. Italiano, leading ground gainerfor .tel't'epU... ............ I Ira. +
VF-12 forfeited to'Fasron 6 Florida State was taken from .'" ... ....... ........ 4 1eruatiar
........ 45 ispg
Grid TitleAE Average
National
and, Fasron 109 edged Ordnanceand Center the game with a broken rib while rust Ret.r.s lTd.) .. II .
I Gunnery 20-19 in other loop Jim Bishop was carried out on i a I'mble, ....... 4 IF..Wet
actirity. Students walloped Marine Air Detachment and AN (P) stretcher in the third period withan Itee.rered ...... 4 I
Students by identical 25-0 scores last week to annex the National injured back. Mike Normanand
j l STANDINGSW.. I- League title in NATTCenter's touch football intramurals.The Bob De Pasquali also suf seven at the end of the period.

Hospital ............................ 6 0Fasron.Slx Electricians were ached fered hurts during the bruising FSU, 20; Jax Navy, 0.
........................ 5 1 uled to play Aircraft Maintenance tween AN (P) Ship's Companyand battle. FOURTH PERIOD
Operators ..._......_....._ 4 2 unbeaten American League Supply. The game was stop- The Fliers threatened once or Two plays into the fourth quar
NARTU ........_._........3 2Fasron109 champions, Tuesday afternoon ped when Supply was unable to twice, but were never able to get, ter, the Seminoles had their fourth
_.............-.. 2 3 for! the Center crown. Results field a nine-man team. AN (P) a good sustaining march against touchdown. Turk plunged. over to<
Supply....................._._ 2 3 were not available at press time.. Ship's Company was trailing 12- ;defensively strong collegians. make it 260.Florida .
Dispensary _......_.......... 1 3 Deadlocked with AK Studentsand 0, when the contest was called Halfback Darrell Spang gave the State's offensive showed
VF.12 ......_......... .. ....... 0 t Marine Air for the National and should they be judged losers Fliers a great opportunity with a signs of wearing down the Jai '
o & G.............. ....... .... 0 5 lead, AE Students clinched the they will drop from fourth to nice 74-yard gallop in the third Navy line and it was not much
title with their two 25-0 victoriesand fifth place in American standings. period to the FSU 14, but the later before the Seminoles had
two forfeit wins. AK Stu- Intra-mural officials said the }fliers failed to score. Again itthe touchdown No. 5. Brown returneda
Fall dents also logged four victories- time remaining in the disputed fourth Mike Norman was almost punt to the Florida State 45.:
CupContinues beating Marine Air 32-0 and ANP game probably would be playedoff. away for pay dirt when he Folsom" faded back and threw a

( ) Students 12-0 and taking was caught from behind after a high pitch to Campbell on the Na-
two forfeits- but games lost Final American League games 36-yard run to the FSU 30 But vy 30 and he raced the rest of the
made the difference. last week saw second-place Per- the Fliers' attack bogged do..n.FIRST way for the score to make it

Play continued in the Fall Cup AE Students suffered their only sonnel run up the season's high- PERIOD 320.FSU's
Tournament with Ken Sutton defeat in their first game. losing est score and greatest point mar Florida State scored late In the final six pointer came
beating Tony Trusso 6 and 4. 13-12 to AK Students. Two of gin as they whitewashed AN (P) period after a brilliant 40-yard late in the fray. Brown took Tarzetti's -
43 and
Steve Corneillson losing to Jud AK Students' three losses came Ship's Company, 33-0. Aircraft run by Thompson to the Navy 25. punt on his own
Pearson 4 and 2, and Bill Chase at the hands of AE Students the Maintenance ended its season Two plays later Mike Sellers raced 57 yards for the TD. Final Hug-
downed John Adams 3 and 2 in third was to Marine Air. The' with a 19-7 win over Supply, and sliced off tackle. to score. gett kicked one conversion.
top matches.In Marines lost three games to AE AO Ship's Company and Supply The Fliers never threatened score: FSU, 39; Jax Navy 0.
other matches Dick Middle. Students and one to AK Students battled to a scoreless tie. with most of the play being in Score by QuartersJax
Navy........... 0000- 0
ton won over Jim Gray. 2 up during the season. American League Navy territory. FSU 6, Jax Navy FSU ... ................... 6 14 19-39 '
Lester Platt drew a forfeit from Final American League standings A/C Maint _...__ 13 0 1 0. .

Bob Wallace while Billy Chase remained in doubt pending Personnel ...____.._.__ 11 2 1 SECOND PERIOD Patterson Wins Weekly
topped James Petterson 4 and 2 outcome of a protested game be. Supply _.. ...............__. 733 Florida State scored twice aft
Joe Williams toppled John Sayers 1----- AN (P) Ship's Co. ....__ 7 5 1 intercepted passes deep in Navy Blind Bogey CompetitionJames
4 and 3. Tony Iazzi bested Dave I AO Ship's Co. _... ._... 6 5 3 territory. FSU put the Fliers in
; '
Mosier 3 and 2 Jack ridel beat 4 Airman School Patterson annexed the
: First Lt. __... ........... 2 10 2 a hole with a boot to the five
Paul George 1 up and Capt Allen On the third play from scrim- blind bogey play last week shoot
Smith downed Sig Gudal 1 up at National League mage Mike Norman's pass was Intercepted ing a 75. Runner-up was Joe

27 holes. Clubs On Top In AE Students ............... 12 7 2 by Curt Campbell on the Williams. Closest to the pin shot
William Hopkins lost to M. AK Students ..__ 12 3 0 Navy 25 where he was brought was made by Capt Lester K.
Court Norton as Robby K. Rob. MAD ?.. .n .._ 10 4 1 down haid. It took the Seminoles I Rice. Billy Chase recorded the
binson dropped Will Lyons 2 and NATTC Bowling' AN (P) Students ..... .._. 6 8 1 dust six plays to register their I longest drive.Leads -
1. AO Students .... 2 13 0 second marker with Dick Turk
In the women's tourney Bess Marine Air Detachment and TraFac ... _. 1 14 0 oing; over from the fhe.
Day beat Mrs. Smygocki 3 and 2, Personnel teams were on the About two minutes later the I UnchangedIn
I
Frances Williams was downed by
move last week in NATTCenter'sbowling Seminoles had another six-point
Elaine Hillis 4 and 3. Mary Wheat intra-mural competitionwhile of -'
; as a result a gamble-
er, again Intra-Mural
lost to Bobbie Forster 2 and 1
the loop's four Airman 2.v pass intercepted by FSU. Jim
Fonvielle and Betty Gray toppled Margaret School tent: battled to stay on Jishop's pass intended for George

top.The r y4s Shotwell was Intercepted by Tommy Links TourneyAs
Marines overtook ANP) Brown on the 40 and he rant

FAW-11 CapturesBowling Students Red and squeezed into back to the Navy 25. A penal- the -links tourney contin
second place in the American ty put the oval on the 11, from ued unabated in the American
League and Personnel edged within where Golsom tossed to end Curt League NATTC hung on to a
LeadFleet one point of second-place AN- Campbell for a touchdown. Hug- lead over ComNab 6-
sparse
(P) Ship's Company Blue in the t gett; kicked' both conversions. Administration. The NATTC con ,

Air Wing 11 surged into National League. 20. ; Jax Navy, 0TII1KD tingent topped the supply group I
I ANo on the move was AO PERIOD while ComNab 6 Ad-
first place in the NAS intra-mural 2'a: to 11.2
bowling league race with a 4-0 School Ship's Company Red team V Good punting by FSU's Brown ministration dropped O&R 3 to 1.
which swept past AE School and yy 3 in its own next week should decide
count over Commissary as Ed kept Jax Navy deep Play
( Balasz! put together a 523 set. Aircraft Familiarization to takeover territory for a good part of the the issue, since Naval Hospital ..I
O&R. tied last week for first fourth place in the American third period, until Darrell Spang beat O&R 3 to 1, thus tying with
was ousted by Personnel 4-0, League.In dashed off tackle for 74 yards to Supply for 3rd with 13 Mi points.
when Bill\ Ziegler ran a three addition the Ordnancemen N Operations is: in 4th place with
# carried off all four American E.I E.
I2lt tallies while Communications -
total to 555 and took high
( game set laurels. League honors for the second Another Rattler Public Works and O&Raie

VP-741 was taken to the cleaners straight week. They rolled high Il in the hole with 7 points apiece.
team series 2410 and high team held to its
Fasron-six which I As Cecil Field on
4-0
by puts single 837 while Bob Miller Bites The Dust
;
the Fasronites in a 27 tie with game National loop lead by beating
O&R for second place. George logged high weekly average 174 Fasron 6, 8'i a to 3W NARTU
and for the second straight week ComairJax 9'i to 2V4.
Baranske posted a :510 set for Apparently NAS Jax Is ableto swamped
Fasron. Mac West notched high single hold its own when it comesto Second place Fasron 109 squad I,
Hospital trounced FAETU- 4-0 game 230.National. wild animals. One denizen, beat VP-3. 7 to 5. As it stands
and ComFairJax won over Fas- League laurels went to a giant diamond-back rattlerwas now, Cecil Field has 491 Va pts.
Personnel with high team series, VP-3. Fas.
ron-109 in other contests. launched into eternity last Fasron 109, 40tt 35.
Standings 2312, and high team single game Wednesday by Olen C. Jiles, civilian ron Six 26, and in fifth is NARTU .
Pta 855. Rychel of AO Students employee currently work- I with 25 h pts. Low man on ..

rAW-ii ..... .._ ....=:................. posted high weekly average, 174 Ing for Ordnance & Gunnery. I the totem pole is ComFairJax:
O&R ......._..._.._............__".....21Fasron. and Bromstead of AK Students Jiles was delivering a load I with 12 markers.Volleyballers.
-S ........"_......__...............21 rolled high single game 224. of ammunition to an ammunition I
PT&R ..............._...___...__..2% Seventh week standings and dispersal area when he Open
Fasron-109 _......._.__._..._.....18 point scores:: spied the reptile on the road Practice :MondayAs

Hospital ..,._................____....11 ANfP( ) Student NATIONAL' Blue LKtbl't...... . 49 near the Ordnance & Gunnery
FAETU _......._..._................_.....11 ANP( ) Ship' Co. Blue ...... .. 41: I office. a result of the increased
VP-741 No. 2 ___.._.._.."..__..15Personnel Personnel ..............,..... ..... 42 Fortunately Jiles was not station activity, the NAS volleyball
__._...___..._.._....".....1 i Sbop AK School Store Ship's..Co.......................... 36'M afoot, but in a. 4,500poundtruck. squad has postponed its
Supply _......._..._.._..._._li AK Students ... ....... 23 He raced the vehicle scheduled practice sessions until -
ComFairJax _.... ......,._.... --.13 AO School Ships Co. Blue ..,... 23 and before the snake could Monday. Preparations are
AO Students .........,.. .1.All'tratt made to defend the St.
VP-741 No. 2 _.___.. ..- 7 elude the approaching menace, being
? Maintenance ............ 13
__._._..... .... candidate for rattle Y. M. C. A. trophy
Commissary .10 Pharmacist ".......... 8 ------- -- -- he was a Petersburg
OftG ....___.._.._..._ _.. 0 .::.:.::::.:. SNUFFED OUT- snake soup. which the locals won last year.
ANOTHER ,
AMERICAN LKAGUF. When he brought the reptile .

Marines Top Shooters MAD ANP( ). Ship Company, :. .Red.............. 44 42 Tom& Gunnery Warner olds AN, up of Ordnance a 66-inch to the office it was found to Stan Musial of the Cardinal:
'students"Red . be 66 inches long, with 14 rattles and Bob Lemon of the Indians
la the 1931 ANP( ) .. .. *J reptile (tall as he is) which
Marine oonnpeUng AO School Ship' Co. Red ...... 35 last week. attached to his tall. 'Judg- are the only players to be honor.
National High Power JUne Cham- AK School ........... ........... 32 met its doom here the number of rattles, ed twice since The. Sporting
ploMblp sod National Individual Air lam. ........................ 32 The diamond-back rattler kill- ing by of
honor In all First U ........................ 28Dental ed near Ordnance ft Gunnery the diamond-back has been' News started the custom ., I
Kin Match won top .. ................ ...t.2'1 if prospect lor a slithering around the Naval Air selecting+ the No. 1 performer of
Service rifle division ratct. la Ath and Rec ....,............. 21 area, now a 1937. the in 1949
Whlcla they participated.e WAVES:; .., ..................... 13 ratU.'ke belt. Station since year

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FOOTBALL SPECIAL. Fliers Host To Powerful




SELECT THE WINNERS Ft. Jackson Saturday

Games for Saturday, Nov. 3 '

... Fort Jackson's undefeated grid aggregation, its line-up liberally sprinkled with an imposing -
(Home teams in right column) array of ex-college stars, invades the Naval Air Station Saturday to take on the

Citadel ..................................vs................................. Army Jax Navy Fliers. The fray is billed for 1400.

Boston College _..........._....vs.............................. ClemsonColumbia rated The as Golden the No.Arrow 1 service Dixies team are in 1 pressive foursome are Jim Baron, answered the opening kickoff

Dartmouth ................_........vs........____.__ the nation, and their season' record 1950 Tulsa product; Horace Yoch1m against FSU.
Michigan ?.........._.__........vs._.................._...... Cornell shows it. They are unbeaten Florida; Ken Frantz of Miami At the ends will be George Shot-

Navy....................................vs......................_... Maryland in seven games and there doesn't and Doug Potts. Yochim is well and Bill Hopkins; at tackles
Pennsylvania i .....................vs......................... Wisconsin sem to be any danger of any team I, the Bolkova lightest at the 205 scales pounds 235 and will be Walt Conrad and Luther'
stopping the Dixies. In fact the : tips at Rice; Bob Duerr and Jim Heck at
Syracuse ..............................vs......................... Penn State Jackson eleven is being boomedfor The Jackson starting line hits guard, and Paul Webb at center.

Iowa ....... ..............................vs.................._............ Illinois i a bowl bid. 220, and the starting backfieldhits In the backfield it will be DePaa-
Notre Dame's................. Michigan State The Dixies dropped a 20-13 decision about 180.Against quall at quarterback; Norman and

Purdue ..........._.._.._..........vs_......._.._.:.... Northwestern to Miami University in a all of this, Jax Navy Spang at halfback and George

Mississippi ......_.............."s............................... Auburn pre-season conflict, but since then will throw an aggregation shot Minhian at fullback, ,
have proved their mettle with full of holes with injuries. Not
Wake ForestGeorgia .._................."s....:.............._............ Duke wins over Camp LeJeune, 34-7; only did the Fliers take it on the 5 Claim PrizesIn

................................vs_......__................... FloridaTulane Parris Island, 27.13; Fort Bragg, chin in the score column from

Kentucky ...............................\'s......................._..._. 53-13; Shaw Air Force Base, 40- Florida State, but they have suffered Football

Vanderbilt __....._..._......VS.............._................ L.S.U. 0; Quantico :Marines, 21.13; Boll otherwise-in the 'physical
ing Air Force Base, 27-14; the department. Jim Bishop was bad
Baylor ........................_..._"s...................._......_.. Texas Cherry Point Marines, 69-0; and ly shaken up, and he will not play Pick ContestFor

S.M.U. ..............._...........__..vs................... Texas A. & M. Camp Campbell, 37.14.StarStuddfll Saturday. Also bruised were
Washington ?.................._....vs.......................... CaliforniaOregon Line-up Mike Norman, quarterback Bob the second time, five prognosticators -

.. U.C.L.A ........................_.vs..................._ State The roster for the Golden Dixie DePasgualia, and halfback Dar- Jax claimed Air News prizes Football in the
rell weekly
Spang.
Stanford ........._..............."........_....:.............. So. Calif. Arrows reads like an AllAmerican Special.
line-up. Jack DelBello, who Lacking in reserve strength, Jax
Ft. Jackson .._.._............vs..........._............. Jax Navy quarterbacked the Miami Hurricanes Navy will be forced to do battle Even the tie-breaking question
(Predict the score of this game) last year, is doing the same with what- it has and it will be failed to make it easy to select
with the Jacksons, and is leadingthe strictly a battle of David againstGoliath. winners, with two tied for first

Georgia ......................... ......vs............................... Florida ground gainers with 6.6 points Despite being riddled place, two tied for second and one
: per try. Fullback Hugh Pepper, with injuries, the Filers will probe took third prize. ...
fast and ably start the same eleven that No less than eight persons had
Name ............................................ Ra te fRank.................... breakway exceptionally runner leads the a great touchdown cards with seven misses in 21
makers with 54 points. Pepper games. By process of elimination
Unit Assigned T o.._...........:.........._..........Ph on e.............._ won honorable mention for' Fasron Six ,using the tie-breaking question,
Rules little All-America at Holmes Junior I there were still deadlocks.For .
the second successive week,
in Then
College Mississippi.
1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof there is Captain Red Jackson, a VolleyballersHold Robert Oliver, AM2 of VP-861 fin-
each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark after the returnee who has tallied eight ished in first place, but he was
team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) touchdowns. forced to share top spot with
after the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. I LeadIn Lt. (Jg) C. Vincent Lyons of Fas
2.: All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties Heavy Line ron 109. Oliver picked Texas to
.. count as losses Unless predicted. I Also operating> in the backfieldfor NAS volleyball Intra-mural beat SMU 21.13, while Lt. (jg)
3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the the :Fort Jackson combine will competition this week Fasron Six Lyons picked the score at 20-14,
game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with I be Jim Baughmann, Mississippi continued its lead by beating Photo the margin of miss being the same
the most nearly correct score will win the contest. State; Jimmy Gleeson, Tulane; Lab, 15-7, and 15.10, to drop in both cases. The final score was
4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con Curtiss Witt, Tulsa; Henry Blank, the shutter bugs into sixth place. 20-13.
sidered. Contestants must make all 20 selections plus indicating William and :Mary; and Harry O&R got a firmer hold on third Charles Thompson, YNSN of
the score of the one tie-breaker game to be eligible. Massey, Mississippi State freshman place when it dropped Supply, 15- NATTC Operations and H. L.
5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for 9, and 15-12, in two fast games King, SR, of NARTU tied for sec-
any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final On the line the invaders have this week. ond, both picking Identical scoresof
ratings. such stalwarts as Colin Anderson, Fasron Six gave the 109'ers 21.14 in the tie-breaking ques
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 Georgia Tech and Merle Leisher their only defeat wt en a hotly tion. Jack Piva, ADI, of NARTUwas
* Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the :Main Administration and George :Mayfield at ends; John contested game ended with a 19- third closest among the orig-
Building. Sheppard of Mississippi State, 17, 2-15, 15-8 score. The Fasron- inal eight.
7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exception Fred Land of LSU, Clifford Brook- Ites have a chance either to go Others who missed seven of 21,
of personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible enter the I shire of: Wake Forest, Bob Duni.'I Into a first place tie, or go way but were eliminated on the tie-
contest. gan of North Carolina State and ahead when they meet the 109'ers breaker were John Tabb, PN2 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. 'I Butch Avinger, former back at next week. ComFairJax; Paul Jeffries, AA of
_ ..... 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the I, Alabama. are the guards. I O&R also has a chance to unseat Administration and J, H. Lee, Po-
Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. At tackle is where Jackson's Fasron 109 this week in a lice and Fire.Eighteen .
10. First prize is $3.00 cash award; second prize, a case Old Hickories are strongest. On battle to determine whether two contestants missed
of soft drinks; third, a free meal chit at the Civilian! Cafeteria. offense will be Jack Stroud cap teams will occupy second place eight of 21.
tain of Tennessee's 1051 Cotton STANDINGS Oliver and Lyons split the first ;
Bowl champions and Nick Bolko- "'. I. prize of 13.00 cash; second place "
vac, an All-American at Pitts Fasron Six ...................... 8 0 winners King and Thompson each
Gags Gals Gaiety Mark burgh. At the defensive posts are Fasron 109 _.................... 7 1 get a case of soft drinks from the
Tom Palmer, a Wake Forest O&R ..... ................. .. 6 2 drive-in drinks counter, thanks to .
standout in 1949, and Bob Don Supply .. ...... ... 3 6 the Navy Exchange, and Piva
Aquacade at Indoor PoolGags aldson, little All-Ameiica at Ca- VF-12 1 2 gains the meal chit to the civilian
:a\\ba College Behind this im Photo Lab 1 4 cafeteria,

gals and gaiety headlined : and Paul Frankie, AD2, of: NAS, I .

the Variety Aquacadeheld were featured in a "tipsm" act ... Ringmen Host

last Wednesday at the and then sobered up to do some ....., ."'.', -'-' '
Indoor Swimming Pool. A : fast swimming. Going from speed :. ." -,
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capacity crowd witnessed the I to grace, the Junior Red Cross c' Green Cove ..
two
performed
Life Saving Group "
event. intricate water ballets. Later in
The amateur water show, witha the evening Ensign Marie Crone p Here Nov. 15The
strictly professional touch, wasa from the Naval Hospital did the
complete success. "Tango of Roses" with all the '' J ., fourth smoker of the

Don McDermott, BM1, directed grace and beauty of a pro. year, pitting the Jax Navy
the show and paced his Aquama- Small fry stole the spotlightwhen I varsity boxing team against
niacs through some of their zan- Jon Gamon, 11 years old; I .
l, jest "aquabatics", Mary Lynn Kennedy, 4; and Willie ;,. > Green Cove battlers will take
Rex Whitehurst, AN, and Manuel Lewis, 13, did their stint. Mary I t tV :' 1' ''' '',' place next Thursday, Nov. 15
Rodriquez, AN, escaping froma Lynn, a polio victim, is currently at the NATTC auditorium at
mock SB2C highlighted the opening taking physical therapy treatment I : "' y 2000.In .
.. act of survival demonstra from :McDermott. She thrilled the I : "
.. : : the first meeting with Green
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the low ,
from
tions. Then the Seminole Canoe spectators by diving Cove the NAS fighters were well
Club took over with methods of board and swimming 20 yards.
beaten, winning but one, losing
k. ..
propelling a canoe sans paddles.A fM.iI'r tour[ and fighting one bout to a
rousing tilting contest climaxed Top honors for fancy diving draw. I
their act. went to McDermott and Gil Whit- The Jax boxers have rounded :
taker. Whittaker's side twisting, .,
their team into shape however -
,
Oil Whlttaker, AN, of NATTC 2/4 gayner was a magnificent display ; and hope to present much
of coordination and skill. more formidable opposition
Al Schacht, back from his Korean Miles Nash, AN, and Jax Beach against the Green Covers. Jax
trip, where he entertained lifeguard Bobby Martin combined / :1i ; will depend on Jack Cunningham Ii
GI's, tells of the negro sentry, talents in a comedy act entitled :.: to carry the featherweight colors 'J
threatening to shoot when his "The Swabbie". In the feature match and NAT-
challenge went unaswered." "Tell Don McDermott and his Aqua- rC's Pete Arwood to cop the semi
me who you is, the GI yelled, maniacs brought the show to a feature' in the light-heavy division.
"before I go down to see who clowned Jocko Janetzke Jerry De-ley I
roaring finish as they .
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their way through many precari- and Carl Burrell who all won
Among the 80 members of the ous' situations. AQUAMANIACS AT WORK-Two of the now well-known four last fights will also be on .,t-ttheir
Notre Dame football team are Dlz" Dufano and his NATTC I local Aquamaniacs Myles Nash, left, and Bobby Martin, go band to try to reverse the loon
mood music routine in their performance luring the Aquacadeheld suffered at the hands. of Um
,boys from 16 states and the territory band provided through a zany
Maulers'
Moth Ball .
throughout the evening. last Wednesday at the Indoor Pool.
,. of Hawaii.
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CLASSIFIED Exams ForLeadingman


BULLETINItems


( offering for sale articlesof
Certain competitive promotional
property such as washing ma- examinations were announcedlast

chines, automobiles, furniture, ra- week by the Fifth U.. S. Civil
dios, clothing and the like is pro- Service Regional Office for lead-

hibited by Defense Department ingman positions at the Naval
regulations This,,'column will,
Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field
however, list such services as and for NAS, it was reported in "
available housing, rides wanted, Industrial Relations Department
lost and found articles, and other s < Memorandum No. '65-61.
similar notices).
The new examinations include
I OK RENT j: the positions of Leadingman, Automotive -
Furn rni. Kit. privilege, 2804 Mechanic, Leadingman
Waller. Mrs. S. A Pinholster Englneman (Hoisting and Port

Ph. 2-7687 t A kt able); Leadingman, Liquid Fuel

1 or 2 rms. furn., pvt ant & bath, Pump Operator; Leadingman, Paver .

breakfast optional, 1338 Belvedere Leadingman, Plumber; Lead 4.
Mrs. L. J. Lane, Ph. 2- ingman, Track Laborer; and Lead< -

6205. ingman, Welder Combination.

Furn 2-bdrm. house, 466 Milwau- Those examination are restricted
kee Ave, Orange Park: also efficiency to permanent classified civil '
apt. Mrs. T. R Nelson, service employees or probational '"

Ph. 8-4222. employees of the N A A S Cecil

Widow will share home with cple. Field and NAS Jax, the order

N. Shore Mrs. Ring, Ph 3-5457. stated. Persons who previously

3rm. furn. apt.. 6645 San JuanAve. attained eligibility on a similar
examination and who did not
re*
Mrs. Feeney. I

Turn apt., 2967 Selma St. Ethel EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE-Newly elected members and officers of the ceive these appointment exams if they should desire file to in

Neil, Ph. 2-6480. Association met last week for an installation ceremony.
Board of Directors of the Employees keep their names on the register
Furn rm.. Riverside, 2503 Dell William D. Potts retiringpresident, seated left indoctrinates successor Sammie Whittington seated since the registers to be estab-
Vood Mrs W. G. Bowden, Ph. center on his new duties. Other members of the Board are, standing, left to right, Henry Masterson lished from the current exams will

75626. Paul R. Chapman Arlington W. Bennett, Paul Longstreet, Albert I. Spencer and seated right Mil- cancel the old registers.
bdrm.. unfurn. house, 4821 Lexington wee Gantt, secretary. Francis R. Gardner treasurer, is absent from the photo.
Av'e.! Lake Shore S60 Persons who meet the require '\\

per mo -iiii: A.: B.; Wainvtrlght,, Employees' Representatives menu for these positions and who '
6108 Wilson Blvd. desire to compete must submitthe "

3-rm apt. & nursery, avail. Nov 10 required forma for each examination

15, 1514 Dancy St. Mrs. H. Q. New Members Officers Chosen For for which he desires to

Rosser, Ph. 2-0724. compete-copies are acceptable.

Furn rm., pvt. ent & bath near Forms required are Application

5604.5 Points. Mrs. Forsyth, Ph. 7- Board Of Directors Of Local EANew and Form Card 57, Card.Form Form 5000-AB 5001-ABC.and


Single rm., kitchen privileges, $5 members were installed and officers for the coming year should be forwarded direct to the
Recorder, Board of U. S. Civil
wk 2937 Ave.
per Algonquin
were elected at a special meeting last week of the Board of Directorsof
Mrs. Parrish. Service Examiners, Building 907,
Single rm., kitchen privileges, the Employees' Association for Civil Service Employees of the News that was former received Public Monday Works by Nov. 14, 1951
morning
2947 W 9th, Allendale Mrs C Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Additional information concerning '
J, Peltier
Officer, Comdr Eugene ,
W Calhoun. Sammie \\hlttlngton of the was promoted to Captain. the examination announcement .
Turn apt., 2715 Oak St. Mrs. Public Works department was pay any dues or assessments Congratulations to Laurie Ros- may be obtained from the

Thomas, Ph. 22195. elected to serve as President of a enberg who assumed the dutiesas Board in Building 907..

2.bdrm. garage apt., $75 per mo., the Association during the com Purpose of the association is to the new assistant Chief Clerk,
S85 furn, 5201 San Juan Mrs. Mil Gantt and operate the civilian cafeteria and
wee last week
ing year vice James H. Lee,
W. I. Geiger, Ph. 2-5677 Francis R. Gardner, Secretary and to disperse funds derived from Margaret Goinfriddo was on Atomic Sub

Turn 2-rm. apt.. Lakeshoie Mrs. Treasurer respectively, were various sources of revenue of the leave the first of the week due

Dorman, Ph. 2-3808. named to serve in these positionsfor Association to provide recreational to illness of her son Rudy Carl
2.rm. furn. garage apt., $60 per another )'ear. and social functions for em- son of Design who has been confined Alters WarUndersea
mo., also 2 rms. furn, 260 Park 'ees.All .
plo
New Directors who took office to St, Vincent's Hospital hada
Mrs Bessie. Houston Ph 8-2770 were Henry B. Masterson, Industrial employees are urged to takean relapse recently. Hope he is

FOR SALE Relations; Paul B. Chapman,, active interest and part in soon on the road to recovery. I
Ul urn. 6-rm. house, Timuquana the functions of the Associationand
Overhaul and Repair department; Mable Glover of Reproductionis
Under construction toddy to a
Martin Ph.
Manor. William A ,
Arlington U'. Bennett, Supply and are asked to advise membersof flying to Indiana Friday to see I submarine which offers the most
2-7822.
Fiscal; and Paul Longstreet, Pub the Board of their desires con- her mother who is ill John radical deviations from conven-
Equity in 1951 American Custom cerning food service and other NAB-6 Public Worl;, reports -
lic Works department. I Murphy,
tional models, and is expected to
bd
Clubhouse Trailer, 30 Ft.. 1
P matters under the Boards cognizance he has at long last got his ..
rm., Lot 175: Azalea Trailer I alter the whole concept of undersea "
!
The term of office for a Director I attic fan working now that the warfare. ",
Park. O. N. Edwards.
of the Association is two cold weather has set in .. Bobbie -
G.I. Equity for 3-bdrm home, The Navy proposed atomic
membership of the Board Coleman of Contract reported
Lakeshore, 2257 Urban Rd. G. years I submersible is what sub-
powered
work after
back having
rotating in part each Members to Monday
year.
H. Cherry, Ph. 8-3711 after whose term of office expiredthis MEATBALL I been on sick leave all last week I mariners refer to as a "true sub 1

1600. year were Thomas P. Roberts, Willie Dauphin of Transportation marine, one whose mission is primarily
MISCELLANEOUSRiders below the surface with no
celebrated his Nth
Overhaul and Repair, Frank M. birthdayon
wanted Times Square, and October 31 We're wondering reason to surface other than when
Public Works
Ironmonger, ;
I
Southside, 0730-1610 Carl Mc- William D Potts, Supply and Fiscal if he has reached the age as the absolutely necessary.First ,

Cranie, Ext. 8289. A vacancy in the member- song goes "Too old to cut the the Navy report the
Baby Sitter, 'days 2851 College. ship of the Miscellaneous Groupwas mustard anymore?" Louis Gill A-powered submarine would .
Mrs. Griffith, Ph. 7-5701 filled by Masterson. and party took in the music of reach a maximum speed of 35: I
Lost Pair of glasses between Charlie Greep's orchestra at Post knots when running submerged ,
The Board of Directors, com-
Ranger & Langley on York- :
88 Saturday night. Some of the Navy's latest type I
of nine members, three
town. Finder please call O. G. posed
Deepest sympathy is extended to undersea craft, not jet tested
from O. & R., and two each from
Ext. 242
Highsmith Jennie and Walter Kopec due to are expected to run submerged
I Public Works, Supply and Fiscal
Ride wanted Corner Post &.
the recent loss of Jennie's mother. at 23 knot I
Copeland, one to NAS, between I and the Miscellaneous Group are
way
Jennie formerly worked In Transportation accommodate
Secondly, to anatomic
elected by employees. Every em-
0730 0830. Mrs.
Forsyth
.
engine, the hull of the submarine -
Ext. 368. ployee by virtue of employmentat .
NAS is a member of the Association would be considerably
Riders wanted- Vicinity Lennox
A Navy selection board met recently -
thicker than present-day models.
and is not required to
and Cassett, 0800-1630 Mrs.
to recommend line officersof
According to the Navy, a single I
Grimmette Ext. 684
the Navy and Naval Reserveon charge of uranium would propel
sitter Carol Dodson 1211 Exams AnnouncedFor
Baby ,
active duty for temporary>> .promotion the craft for "tens of thousandsof
Hancock, Ext. 556. "Do something, don't just to the grade of commander miles."
Rider wanted to Norfolk Va on Artisan HelpersThe .
Nov. 14, share expenses and stand there: A third benefit of the vessel under -

help with driving. Mrs. Mary local Board of U. S. Civil construction provides for operation

Egan, Trailer 8, Butts, Yukon, Service Examiners has announced of the submarine with"
I virtual "independence of air,
Fla. examinations for helper machinIst -
1 helper sheetmetal worker and Diesel-powered submarines switchto
when forced to
helper woodworker. battery power
great depths This necessitates
The examinations, the announce-
.EM surfacing for battery charging.
ment states, is for filling vacan-
Atomic engines require no air or
cies in these positions at NAS recharging Surfacing would be

Jax, NAAS Cecil Field Naval >only for the convenience of the
Hospital, Naval Station, Green
Qy44. '
:rew
Cove Springs, and other Fed- an t"
eral agencies in the same locality. The utmost consideration is be-
1- ng shown for the comfort of the
Persons acquiring appointmentsas rew: in the new submarine with
result of this examination
tt a
1K a special hull designed to attain j
civil
will not receive a competitive
this end. (.\)<'PS). "
service status but will be ap- .
pointed on an indefinite basis to
First Aliens Arrive
assist in the National Emergency -

For Army Training
These positions; the announce-
New York (AI" PS)-Foity-five
to art-
ment stated are as helpers
sans of the respective trades. potential American citizens debarked -

KI. The duties as outlined are to assist here recently from the
the artisan in the perform transport t Gen. Maurice Rose

I. ance of his duties; to perform duties The alien volunteers, many of
of lesser skill than that of hem natives of countries behind
'
the journeyman,when assigned to qc he Iron Curtain, enlisted as privates ,
'1 such specific tasks;' and to help in the U. S. Army for a five-

the artisan by keeping him sup- year hitch with the prospect of "

plied with tools, equipment and American citizenship for thos .
BOUNCING GAS BAGS-
materials honorably discharged after their
;' Two QM Sergeants at Fort
service.Englishspeaking .
--- of military
erm
Persons who desire to file in i
Lee, Va, are filling a new members of
five-gallon liquids container these examinations should file BENNY SUG AWARD-Comdr. Richard L. Mann Public
for tests. The "firing disc" is Application Form 60, and Card Works officer, congratulates Paul L. Johnson, carpenter of the he group will undergo 16 weeks I
with the Re- him with Beneficial ot basic training at Ft. Dix, N. J. I IThe
made of synthetic rubber and Form 5001-ABC Public Works department upea presenting a
can be dropped without para corder, Board of U. S. Civil ServIce Suggestion award check for $CJ. Johnson gained the award for a others. will attend the Ft.
chute from 400 t. 2.000 feet Examiners, Building 907. No suggestion submitted which resulted in construction of a better >even*, )I..., ... Army language

e without bursting or spilling its losing date for acceptance of applications seal for carrier rails on walk-in type refrigerators. Johnson was juallficatlon achool for 1V weeks
contents. has been set. one of 51 local employees receiving awards for suggestions. efoee.starting. basic, trainingPage (

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