Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1949
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"VOL. 7-No. 32 tInLD 17 November 1949

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Headquarters of the Commander. Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District .


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r First Performance Of "Kongo" Set Tonight

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Stage is Set For 5-Day Run

14g Of Stimulating 3-Act DramaThe

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__ 'gi > curtain goes up tonight at 2030 for the first of five

__ consecutive nightly performances of the stirring three-act

__ dramatic stage production "Kongo", to be presented: on the
a stage of the NATTC auditorium

: __1 'Opening Night" ceremonies
befitting Broadway
been for tonight'sshowing I rnance, and comedy, the settingof
planned the play unfolds in the teeming *
the initial presentationof
___ African The has
c jungle. play
_. a lY run. The play, which
met with repeated wher-
starts at 2030 nightly, runs I
ever given.
through Monday.
6 Yxx Governor and Mrs. Fuller War- I Cast in the leading role of
ren will be on hand as "opening "Dead Legs" Flint is Capt. FrankT.
1 night" honored guests. Mayor and Ward Fleet Air Jacksonville
; Mrs Haydon Burns of Jackson- Chief of Staff. The leading role
ville also will be additional honored I is played entirely from a wheelchair
; guests for tonight. I and involves expert manipulation -
,I A special "Civilian Night" for of a 14-foot African bull
employees of the station has also whip.
rI r- been ranged for Sunday night The plot of the exciting dramais
when Senator and Mrs. Claude based upon the hatred between

": ,,.. I Pepper will be honored guests. Flint and Kregg. his rival in the
STACK \CTIOS-Enr ready to display her charms in the presence of men, Lit Mim Wilda Rae Another distinguished visitor I ivory and lubber trading business -
'j It Farber) looks coyly at Kirk, left, (Comdr. Joseph Weaver, who calls her "a little flirt", Whippy, Representative Charles Bennett I played by Comdr. Dave Hen-
". i I f. right, (Lt, Raymond Lyfo), adds humor to the scene, as he does throughout the play, with his will be honored guest at the derson. Against this background
j witticisms. This is Just one of many such scenes to be seen in "Kongo" which opens a five-day run Monday showing. of hate runs the tropic romanceof
c': tonight at 2030. Runs Five Nights the fugitive British surgeon Dr.
---- --- The five-day stage presentationis Kingsland, ably played by Capt.
-l|! being sponsored by the Welfare Louis Daze of the Marines, and
Grid Team Receives Invitation Tickets Available I Committee of NAS with proceeds Annie, a disease-wracked girl
going to fill the coffers of the who has a vital influence on the
: I Tickets for "Kongo" are still Creation Fund, which is usedto plot. Annie is played by Grace
available. Reservations for tickets benefit enlisted Navy personnel 'Miles of the Jacksonville Little
_ can be made at "Kongo" headquarters Theatre.
To Play In Atlanta Benefit Fray I building 135 extension Directed professionally by Mrs. All Contribute Time

557. Tickets may also be purchased Isobel C White who has directed Comedy and witticism is
from division officers and many stage hits, "Kongo" is pro-
vided by "Whippy a cockney,
Although sporting just a so-so record for the season Jax-Navy's squadron representatives the same play which enjoyed a played by Lt. Raymond Lygo,
IIJ'I gridiron eleven nevertheless makes its niche by appearing in chanty The ducats are priced at $2.10, one-year run on Broadway Com- Royal Navy, a real Britisher witha
games, with the latest invitation accepted for an appearance in a $1.50, $1.20, 75 cents and 50 cents bining mystery intrigue. ro- genuine cockney accent. Li'l
Atlanta Ga, Dec. 10.
benefit in ,
: ; Mim, a half-breed lassie, plays a
> The locals!! will meet a strongArmy !
squad, the Atlanta General billed as the South's "Little Army- leading role. She is portrayed by
Wilda Rae .Farber. who once held
Depot "Flames" at Henry Grady Navy game. The game has' already "
the title of "Miss Oklahoma.
won the of all Atlanta
Stadium In Atlanta Dt>( 10 In a support
Also appearing in the play will
the organizations and is being
xl; benefit tilt sponsored by
be Comdr. Joseph Weaver, cast
Georgia Department of AM VETS, pushed as one of the better attractions I
in Atlanta, as Kirk; Mary Bess Halley, as
with from the frAY helping -
proceeds Mrs. Mobray; Comdr. Lynn Ro-
to establish scholarships for Jax-Navy has already appearedin
r (Continued on Page 3)Engineers )
children of veteians killed over- one benefit game, played last
I e. as during the war. Saturday at the Gator Bowl here _
The Dec. 10 fray in Atlanta with Little Creek, Va. providingthe t To
'' which will be the eleventh j game opposition. Little Creek won t ?
Ion Jax-Navy's schedule, is being the American Legion sponsored y+" rx
fracas, 140.Carrier T tA Attend7DaysIndoctrination

Admiral CassadySits USS Saipan I

On Selectior Leaves Area TodayPilots
About 15 officers from the
Panel For Admirals of Attack Squadrons 44 ; Sixth Naval District have arrivedat
and 45 of Carrier Air Group Four the Naval Air Station from
i Rear Adm. John H. Caasady. Fleet Air Jacksonville, complete Charleston, S. C. to engage in a
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, carrier landing I qualificationsaboard week's refresher course at an in-
appeared In Washington, D. C. the carrier U.S.S. Saipan doctrination school for naval reserve
Monday on the selection board for : which leaves the Jacksonville area engineers which opens here
promotions to the grade of Rear waters today after a week's visit Saturday.The .
AdYnlral.. I The Saipan, the third large car- course, under the directionof
''n ar Admiral Cassady met with rier to appear in Jacksonville area E. J. Peltier, Public Works
:,tight{ other high tanking officers'' waters in recent months, operated Officer will include tours of Cecil
.tn[ .Consider the promotion of several briefly along with the U.S.S. Phil- -r L Field and Green Cove Springs
..' ,Captains to the rank of Rear Ippine Sea before the latter left -..-: I Several special events have been
.*,f;?:A'dmlral. The board was headed this area last Friday. TH& Saipan LUCKY COUPLE-Just! because the cameraman couldn't catch planned for the visitors' stay
t by Vice Admiral Harry W. Hill, I will wind up Its operation( cruise them smiling with glee, this youngNavy couple, Robert Jackson, here including participation in
chairman General Board, Washington today. The huge U.S.S. Midwayalso Aviation Ordnanceman first class, right, and his wife, are never annual Turkey Day menu, the
D. C. has made several trips to this theless about as happy as could be. Robert was the lucky winner Lee-Jackson football game at the
' Holding the rank of Rear Admiral area to conduct similar exercises.4) of the 1919 Chevrolet the couple are about to enter above, while Gator Bowl next Thursday, and a
since August of NM3, Admiral Because of the tight training I the wife won a $100 credit at a (oral appliance store. The two won tour by bus to Marineland.
Cassady aaaumed command schedule no visitor were allowed I their prizes at the benefit football game between Jac Navy and : The school will be the fourth
I I of Fleet Air Jacksonville in July aboard. either the U.S S. Philippine Little Creek, sponsored bf the American Legion Posts of Duval I for the engineers held here with c
of DIM year Sea or the U.S S. SI1Ip.iIl, I County. in the past six months.R .



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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 17 November 1949


I Fifth Marine Regiment Reactivated Navy Man Wins New Auto I

At Benefit Game Drawing ,---'.

113' Armed Force Press Service' gineerlng as part of its continuing program for r

New' Armed Force regulations will authorize training personnel In various fields of atomic These prize-awarding rafflesare -
There may a happier :Navy
all right with a young Navy '
iwhance of to military personnel to three energy ', '
pay up couple from the Naval Air Station couple .somewhere, but you will 1
months salary under conditions prNlC'rltwad by theDepartments who walked off with a have a hard time convincing they
roncernexl. The Federal Housing Expediter baa recoveredmore Jacksons of Terrace Park Ohio
brand 1949 Chevrolet Fleet-
than $2 million in refunds or adjustments '
line and $100 credit at an electrical who are now driving around in anew .
The Armed Services have prepared and Are for World War II veterans who complained that appliance store at the halftime car, which cost'them absolutely 'I

sending to the field regulations governing the homes they purchased were overpriced or defectively o'f the nothing. The game, and ;..

second annual Interservice Photography Contest.As built. Settlement were made on 11- benefit give-away Jax-Little ceremony Creek football the drawing, was sponsored by

was the case last year preliminary contents 882 homes. the DuVal County American Leg
last Saturday at the Gator
will be held at installation with final *
level judging Bowl. ion Posts, with proceeds going to*
scheduled shortly after May 1, 1C50. President Truman him approved report of made by the Legionnaire
Army Selection Boards placing 591 officers,. Including Robert Jackson, Aviation Ord- made by the Legionairres.

The ten Army Register is being published in chaplains, in line for promotion early nanceman first class of VA-85 -x-

two volumes with changes designed to conserve, next year A total of 229 Army captains will be won the new Chevrolet at the

space and make information more readily made majors; 225 first lieutenants will be, cap- drawing, while his wife held a

available tains; 6 chaplain (majors) will move up to lieutenant winning ticket on $100 worth of i

colonel; 11 chaplains (captains) are scheduled credit on electrical appliances at ClassifiedBulletin !:

The Defense Department is crossindoctrinating for majorities. a Jacksonville store. That's really

members of its public relations staff in the a clean sweep for one family in I

procedures of all Services in the same manner An Air Fort personnel board will meet In one night.

that Departmental Secretaries and Assistant!' January to distribute warrant officers among the Still visibly shaken and excitedover I I

Secretaries are being acquainted with hte func- four pay grades established under the new Career the ordeal Jackson still can't FOR MAL
40 Ponllac 4-door sedan, New motor
tions of each Service. Compensation Act. believe it. Thirteen years ago he ,
tires. Dodson, 1211 B. Hancock St.,
won a turkey in a contest, but NAS.
The Fifth Marine Regiment, one of the Corps' Intense Department official meet with Bud up until he won the Chevy, his Coal Circulating healer. ; excellent con.
most colorful units, has been reactivated at get Bureau representatives in mid-November to prize winnings were almost nil. Phone oltlon. 2-W78.II:! 4331 Lake Short Blvd

Camp Pendleton, Calif. Originally organized in discuss proposed changes in the Officer Personnel The car comes in handy too, '38 Plymouth sedan $175 New rebuilt

](117, its activities in World War I caused the Act of 1947. The nature of the change! proposed since the young couple, who re- motor. Schultz 3 ml so. NAS turn
nickname "Devil Dogs" to be attached to Ma- has not been announced. side at 548 Oak St. in Jackson right before Orange Pk. Dog Track,
left. 2nd house on left.
Tines It was deactivated after World War II ville had to sell their auto a few Balloon tire tricycle, Ig.(: .1"... Mr*.
and reorganized as a battalion at Guam. Navy enlisted personnel advanced to officer years ago and have been savingto I I Thomas, W24 San Juan Ave, Ph.
the retired list be since. I 8-3710.:!
grade on may upon request buy one ever Baby's scales. Good eond. S3. MDKD
The Navy li axi-eptlng applications from qualified restored to enlisted status, the Comptroller General Although he paid one dollar for utch, 1W4 Cumberland Rd.

officers desiring to take a new three-year haa ruled. One such change may be requested his ticket, which admitted him to Furniture, Front rm. J75 bdrm., dbl

--- the car, it was through the gen- Dewey Pk, I
erosity of the Joseph Walsh Ap- '48 Ford Station wagon, white side. .
Relief Society Often ComesTo .I You've Got A RaiseDon't pliance Co., Park St., that Jackson 4620 wall Bhklnhead tltes. Radio Rd.& Ph.heater 23245.Rhode, t
really owes his good fortune. 2 bdrm. house, all disc, kitchen J4Jmo.
Distressed RescueWhat Waste It- For it was while he visited there j mortgage, KW down pajments.Hlgglnbotham .
Family's him severalof 3535 Arvs Circle.I
that the I
i More Bonds gave Lot 129x100 ft. In Blltmore subditiipnear ,
Buy the tickets while shopping, andit
end ot Edgewood Ave. Qulmbv,
is the Navy Relief Soci- -- -
i delayed because of processing was one of these tickets that 4522: Blaunt Ave.. Tlmaquana Manor.
flv? I A wise investment makes for a bore the winning number. Windsor silver trumpet $4(), MoKelthen.
You have probably heard about of the new Pay Bill. There was Ph. 2-12R6.
the organization and its fine no place for his wife to stay except secure future! The secret of success 1---- Thayer collapsible baby carriage SIS! ,

vork. But the general picture can as a transient in the WAVES' I in this great free enterprise 1I New Rules Listed Mil 3-1H67-J.Dyal, 1410 Joseph St Ph.

Vest be seen by examples of specific barracks. They had no money for nation of ours has been wise investments I Lady blue white diamond over 1/3:
cases food. Navy Relief Society took built on foresight : For Gl Students karat, 2 Ig. side diamonds Cost
: the problem into its hands and I J275. Sacrifice $125. Tel 9-0078. after
For instance a Chief Petty Oflirl'r's How many times have you I 1800 weekdays
rescued the and wife from Two Important
man WiWllngwn AFPS)
New tire & tube, 1411 B.
discharge from service was : wished that you might have a lit Goodyear
their predicament. I new regulations for servicemen Child St., NAS. Smith.
tle extra something to "salt" away and 16 horsepower Johnson outboard motor
Sometimes service and cash are veterans studying under
Fleet Reserves j for a rainy day. With civil service GI Bill in effect. Pressure release remote throttle ('(>n-
the are now
combined to help, as in the case
employees and military personnel trol. $85. Cmdr. Barleon, Ph. :206 of
of the whose wife needed 919.
man I The new regulations, recently
now enjoying their increase
temporary rest, and care for her pay announced by the Veterans Administration New Remington noiseless, portable
CollectionOf ; such a thing is now v..ryI typewriter A case, Retail $W
Begin children 'sj.IJ
I while she was away. possible, through U. S. Savings are: $70. Cmdr. Barleon.l Ph. a* or
This was taken care of by Navy I, Bonds. I 1. Servicemen or veterans who j 41 Chrysler convertible coupe ladlo\ ,
Relief. have completed or discontinued a j heater F.ns. Campbell VA-135. Ext.

Clothing ToysBranch There are many services of the I Many personnel have always : training course and who want to Blue 481 uniform or 727. officer's. $25 Sloe 37.

Society which do not involve a I I meant and planned to invest a portion take another course in a different Ixrdr. Elliot, Ph Ext. ft-:*) or Ext.

91 of the Fleet Reserve loan. A widow who has been try- I of their pay In Savings Bonds, field must undergo "advisementand I 8-4859.
but unforeseen circumstances 1 Davenport A slip covet $10. Jurlolr,
Association and Unit 91 Ladies prevented guidance"
ing to her four childrenon
support 1140 A Allegheny Rd.
Auxiliary have started their an- a small pension was assistedin I such procedure, but now I 2. Servicemen or veterans applying Oak bdim. suite, wash mach Kxc.Cond ,1
nual C( llection of clothing) and getting aid through the state's with the pay increase, many are for a certificate of eligibility j 135. Mrs Lewis, fst'o1R= '
toys for needy children of Vet in a position to do so. for must Washington St. or shop
program of Aid to Dependent training specifythe '
I 37 Ford sedan. Boy's 2O Inch bike II')
erans. Children. Then again there is al- There are many, many reasons' name of the course and the Smith. 1231 A. Hancock St. Ext. !SC7.
Christmas can be made a little ways the visit of the Stork, which why government workers and cod' school. I Child's tricycle, scooter, sm. 2 wheel
happier for the needy children sometimes works hardships on the itary personnel should purchase --- bike. Ix>desky. 1414 A Child St" NAS.

through\ contributions of clothing Navy family which can seek aid I Savings Bonds for their sake as I A speaker talking for more '48 Ext.Fiazer.8269,Will sacrifice.\ I-odr Clarke

aid toys by personnel who would through Navy Relief. In case well as their country's but the fin. than two hours, said to his audience 4331 Forest Pk. Rd. Ph. R-M.W
otherwise discard them or have where the Society knows of real I jest incentive is the dividends one "I'm sorry I spoke so long- '37 Palace House trailer 27 It. RPM

them stored away. need, gifts of clothing have been I reaps on his investment. The smart I, you see, I haven't got a watch '46 sonable.Buick Roadmaster Bulls Ph 23775."dan.: J1175 or

Persons having i serviceable gathered by the Volunteer Women ones need! no prodding.To with me." best offer. Also '40 Cadllac. I...dr,

clothing or toys they wish to do- of the organization. I borrow a popular radio gag I "Yes" shouted one in the audi Miller VF-133. Ext. 429 or Pho

nate are requested to either de- I Last year, figures show that man's lines: "Put some money in ence "but there's a calendar back 2VIOO 8-S708! BTU Dearborn gas heater flee

liver to or contact one of the following $9,246 was loaned and $434 given 'the pot boy" for that rainy day. of you." 14495. WII1'1\ \ for $26. Anderson,
men who will handle - ---- 3709 Park St Ph. 8-4081.
for bills. Assistance
('ol let ions. I hospital Finn. for dinette 2 bdrms. baby bed,
with the payment of dental bills, .
high-chair blgelow Axmlnlnter ruq a
Chief Ronnie. :
Repice, 4007-C I loans for emergency leave and as- ; Sold complete or ;separately I.ewls.Ext. ,
Child St. NAS; Chief Frank L. sistance with information, plus i 650.Chiomlum.
Lodeski 1414-A Child St., NAS; dinette R/'I. elec. toaster,
securing flights for travel were
reliable I ironer Mangum 1130 Cumberland -
extension 8269 Chief Harley H.
; but a few services rendered $50, Rd.
Gore 1008 Barin St.. NAS; Glen 000 was loaned for reasons other KOH BENT;
Harvey. 2946 Lake Shore Boulevard Sleeping im. with twin bf"IIR. 2 men i iI ipreferred
than hospitalization. I Connecting bath.: Poat '
2-3277 E.
phone Harvey I
; The expanding program of Bright, 2916 DuPont Cticle. Pho.
Miller. 379 Crystal St., phone7.539l M-W7:
: Thomas A. Feaster 1280 Navy Relief now includes such 2 turn rooms with p\t bath A kitchenette \

Lake Forest Blvd., phone 6-4969; services as replacement of ex- Harilxm. Ph, R-9481.
dependent S house furn $65 or un-
pensive drugs education of a rm per mo. I
Chief Paul M. Dunbar quarters turn, at 2220 Vista corner Sunder-
117-A Cecil Field; Chief Henry R. children, gratuities k' Und Call collect McPa\ld Jr.. li0MHiopolltan :
Hic-deman, 1426 Cumberland Rd., i and training widows in A\e. SE Atlanta Ga.
vocational courses. Ph Lamar 8173
phone 8-2726. i Fiont (coin, bdrm, heated Mod ('..nY.
All clothing should be tagged Always!' the Navy Relief Soci- Mrs, Kmiterllng: 319 Woodland A\e.
UK to type and size. Any and all ety stands ready to lend a helping ,,1, Pho 7.60 1.
serviceable clothing will be accepted I hand to servicemen and their 2 Jm garage apt. Couple: or with bnbv.Mm .
Slmonton, 280! Hunt St. Pho.
and put to use, but the I dependents in time of emergencyBREEZES 79062.

following) children's sires are -x- Rm.mfi.P\'tj.lr bath, Riverside In i:. t.

most desired; boys, ages 2, 8. and St. Ph., 2-78JJ.Saunders, 3711 RIchmond -

10. Girls, ages 3. 4, 5. 6, 8, 10, 14 2 rm apt. Gas stove, pvt. entrance
find 16. Ladies sizes 16 and 44. Mrs Zdff. 707 Gllmote.
Serviceable toys, if received in 2 rm apt., p't. bath & entrance. Home,
r of adult. Wilkinson. Ph. 7-602H.
time can easily be repaired. I Aunt-"Can you explain radioto Double im. and single room on but ,
---- ---- -- ---- (' line. Mis. Thonlssen. Th. 77227. .
me Arthur? Furn. apt., IMng. bdrm.. kitchenette,
Jax Air News I Arthur-"Well, if you had a pet> entr. Stetson Ph. 61031.
very long dog, reaching from 3 bdim. furn. house. Else kitchen.
$100 mo. Ashbaugh tel, 4.6741 before >
Editorial: Office I New York to Chicago, and you 1400.

South Wing Loner Deck trod on its tail in New York it Front rm. act Cheap Miller, 1345 B
Bldg. 980TC'IC'phonC' I would bark in Chicago. That's tel r Randolph St.
'egraphy: and radio is precisely 3 rm*. & bath house Mrs. Copelxnd, I I
Extension 8184
r Onega Farms Blvd. Pho. 8-3403.!
Ladies II. Planer ICdiUr: the same only without the dog. 2 rm. effeclencv apt. All utllltlt
9 tyQf I Smith, Ph. 8-2416
Stan Members" C'hrt P...rhin.., 'SN; She (looking through family album"Doesn't 2 inn furn. apt, Lights: A water $:.U
Virginia. posers, >A ( hoses ('.,. mo. Kdgewood: Pk Mr*. Bauldrc
dad look
.ert, AA. I ) funny r o: ., a I 5363 Harold St. Ph. 2-1883.
in those suspenders? 2 im. turn. apt. Pvt. entr., hot water.I .
The JAX AIR NEWS U publishedweekly I He (a practical !soul "Yes, I Groves, 4633 Wheeler Ave. Pho.
at tht U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, Florida and print. I but he'd look a darned" sight funnier Furn,29275apt. Elec, equipped garage .PJt
H commeiclally with non-appropriated without them. Morris, Roosevelt to Collins Rd. tuna
fund at no expense to the government #. I left to M. 1". Ave. 2nd house from
nd in compliance with SecNav Circular Tabloid Biography: ; bane, ***!
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December 1943. Double rm with twin led. Semi-bath,1 tI
Copies art distributed tree of charge High chair I L'tllltles turn Irwin Ph 7-6695. "
et the Naval Air Station, the Naval High school Furn. 2 bdrm house, Elec. kitchen '
Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Auxiliary High stool, mo. Lewis, 4658. Sappho Ave '.l'hO.
Air Station. Cecil Field, and the r
finance fin.
High I i'Mrs.
Lg. rm. entrance. $19'wk.
V. S. Naval Hospital.The "P2Ji5 :
High hat "C Durham Gieen St. tt
"Hi, warden! 2 bdrm. furn apt. 3894 Bulencta J\IL a
JAX AIR NEWS U a member ol II I 8-4867.!
the. Armed Force Press Seivlce. Reproduction I Shore turn house near NAS. ){,t.
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of material from these "He said you were what? Kirkland, 4455: >rquftte Ave. JTn.
sources must bear a CI edit line Repub- "Laconic. ATMOSPIIERE-Providing that atmospheric 2.1677. .
Heal Ion of other matter except by "What does! that Jnf'an1" I---- of Kongo will be thee three members of )IUPI

service publications l III prohibited with.lIut "Dunno. But I gave!: him one on Standing art left Diane Malstrom, and right I t I Girl wants days work, Ironing or clean.J'A.
ol Editor JAX AJR ingExperienced.<< (J. Call Jeanette
NEWS permission : the nose. to l>e on the safe side." I Marian Peltier. Seated is Joan Uedell. I 1 I 3.0330.



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.t... Shown Here Is A Sneak Preview Of Some Of The Scenes To Be Seen In Kongo .

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''I, Intensive Task Of Producing Play I Flying Squadron Little Theatre CooperatesIn

ff Shown In Long List Of CommitteesThe I Ticket Committee I

people behind the scenes, Formed As Tribute Work On Show "Kongo"I B

E. S. Peer W. F Naylor, AMI I word. -- ---
s the ones who carry out their assigned ; ; Is a grand
tasks without glory, are F. E. Manvellor, AF1; D. F. Al- I I .As a tribute to and in memoryof I And when put into practice by the task are Mrs. Mary Keen Thor-
;, the committeemen who have devoted bee, AKC; N. Messer, PR1; J. W. the late Comdr. J. J. Souther- i Jacksonville Little Theatre and the ton technical advisor: Elmo Leh-
much time and effort in or- Johns, ALC; J. K. Detmar. ADI;: land, commander of Carrier Air Naval Air Station "Kongo" committees man, Mrs. Alice Ahren Mrs. Bud
J. W. Dale, ADI; and J. >E. Tay- I Porter, Jay Harder. Mrs. George
} der to make the three-act stage it means dynamic enter
Group Four, who lost his life in a
play "Kongo" a success. lor ADI. tainment. i Taylor Caren O'Shaughnessey,
r' Here is a list of the various Advisory-Messrs. T. Frltch R. crash last month-wives of offi- I The two feminine leads of Kongo 'George Durney. Mrs. W. C. Sny-
committees and their numerous D. Pmne-y, E. J. Megonigal, J. R. cers attached to Air Group Four have come direct from the Jax der, Frank DeRosa, and Donald
.iY., members: Sharpe, A. Szarmanski, and H. A, and other groups have formedthe Little Theatre boards. Theirs is : Heebner. Mrs. Charles Becker la
iV' THE WELFARE COMMITTEE Burns. "flying squadron" which has a professional performance, in the 1,chairman of the make-up committee -
':' Executive Committee Comdr. TECHNICAL COMMITTEES been busy selling tickets for opinion of Mrs. Isobel White, director for Kongo. C. L. Hyder, AD, Is
'Il Porter F. Bedell, Chairman; Lcdr. Theatre Manager- Comdr. E. J. "Kongo". of Kongo, who has directed i the only Navy make-up artist on
t Guy N. Stroud, business manager; Peltier. Mrs. Southerland originally enough shows to know talent when the committee.
r&' Mrs. Isobel White, Director; Stage Manager-Lcdr. A. R. head of the ticket committee; was she sees it. I I -
I:, Comdr. Eugene J. Peltier, theatre McClausland, stage crew-A. D. aided in outlining the entire sale The two Little Theatre luminaries -
manager; Capt. Samuel R. Monroe, FN; G. L. Kent, AA; F. plan by Comdr. Southerland before are Grace Miles and Wilda Rae Stage SetContinued
White, Jr., USN (Ret.) production H. Henninger, SN; R. E. Sykes, he met with untimely death. Farber. Grace Miles, well versedIn
r AN; E. A. Duvall, AN; E. E. theatre has ( from Page 1))
e ; Lcdr. Charles G. Strum, liaison The wives of the officers have lore played many
officer; Lear. A. R. Mc- Brock, SN; and C L. Hyder, A A. carried out their tasks in honorof leads in the downtown unit and I denbarger as Zoombie; Lt. (j jg)
<; Clausland, stage manager; Missy Scene Design and Execution- Comdr. and Mrs. Southerland. her portrayal of Annie In "Kongo"is Dan Roach playing Fuzzy; FrankL.
;i Jacqueline Capt. S. R. White, Jr., USN (Ret). -----x- nothing short of breathtaking I Barr, AMC, as Choloman; William
Business Committee-Lcdr. Guy Mrs. F. H. Gingrich, Lcdr. A. J. BREEZEAn WilJa Rae Farber la a Navy wife Ferro, YN3, as a native,
,I N. Stroud, chairman, Edward L. Beaudoin. Englishman who had been loaned to the Little Theatre where John Byron, cast as Wasb; and
White, ADC, assistant; Paul V. Properties-Mrs. F. H. Ging- visiting a Kentucky Colonel livIng she has done outstanding work. I jungle pack boys played by
Moon, ATC, box office; Miss Bertha rich, W. L. White, ADC, Procure in New York City, decided to As Ll'l! ?Mini in "Kongo" she does I Charles Miller, DC2, Leroy Mc.I -
M. Kicklighter and Mrs. ment; Lt. L. E. Wintersteen, hand go to Virginia to spend the win all right, too. I I Daniel, TN; Brown Long, SN;
Ralph E. Hendricks, secretaries. props; P. Gilbert, HC, stage props. ter After he had been away for a The Little Theatre of Jacksonville Valry Kinchen, TN; and John
Publicity-Lt. Noma R. Brice, Speakers-Mrs. J L. Holland, couple of weeks he wrote enthus- has cooperated further in the I Small, SA.
r \" chairman; Mrs. Frank Ward, Lt. chairman..Mesdames J. M. Hirst, iastically to his southern friend in way of make-up for the play, loaning I I;"rs. Isobel White is director of
) Josephine Chcnault, and Mrs. W. G. Barnes, R. W. Shrum, M. New York: many of its experienced make- the play, Comdr. Joseph Weaveris
LeCompte R. II. Burns, R. G. artists. NAS la assistant director while
Kay Sutton. up fortunate to be :: Capt.S.
Ticket-Mrs. W. F. Bringle, Luckie, W. F. Lyons, G. N. "Oh, I say, old top, you never able to draw on skilled personnelto Rowland White (ret.) is tech
told that the South
chairman; Mrs. R. N. Miller, vice-I Stroud, and R. G Howie. thing me like I've found it was, and any-so undertake th difficult. job of nical advisor. All hands cooper
chairman; Mesdames R. II. House-Mrs P. F. Bedell, chair- different to the North. Why man, painting the African natives, an ating in the production of the
J. D. Shea, D. L. Jacka. R. C. man. Mesdames E. T. Nealon, J it's God's !I" art in itself, plus the usual grease tee chairman and committee
s I Coats, V L. Swanson E. E. Lude- S. Barleon, Jr, J. M. Hirst, J. W. country jobs. Giving their time to this show, including the cast, commit.
man, L. G. Peters, w, Parker, A. Weaver, and G. E. Chalmers The Colonel a voluntary exile members, and Capt. and Mrs.
B. Shepherd, J. P. Adams, J. R Usherettes; Mesdames E. L. from Kentucky, promptly wired BREEZES White, are contributing their
Sweeney, L. A. Tomkins, D. I. : White, and J. A. Morton, the back: i "John has an umbrella that has time, effort, and talents in givingto
Thompson, E. H. Loftin, R. P. Misses Doris Norton, Joan Bedell, "Of course it is. You didn't sup- been in his possession for twenty NAS personnel and their
Kline, J. L. Holland, H. Russell, Diane Malstrom, Diane Holland, pose God was a Yankee did you?" years." friends what"''promises to be the
A. B. Connor A. I. Malstrom, E. : Marian Peltier, Mary Sue Priest- Barn-- w-c. "That's long enough. He ought finest stage presentation ever
J. Peltier, D. C. Kidd, W. H. : man, Betty Corbett. D. M. Hizer, and to return it. seen here.Servicemen,
Neil, F. C. Auman. L. E. 0'-1 M:1ke-up-Mrs. Charles Becker Smith -x-
P. Lovelace, W. R. Pittman C. I,. chairman; Mrs. Mary Keen Poster Content JudgesMrs.. A boastful Englishman was Invited
Lair, Jr., D. M. Hizer, and L. V. Thornton, technical advisor; Mr. Kay Sutton, Lcdr. A. J. Beaudoin. holding forth on the merits of his
Rohrer. Elmo Lehman, Mrs. Alice Ahren, Infol'mation-Lt. (jg) R. Cooley. watch to friends in New York To Nurses' DanceAn
I AdvertisingMrs.. C. L. Den- Mrs. Bud Porter, and C. L. Ryder CUI.tain-A. Gregory, FN. City At last one of the Americans invitation Is extended to
ton chairman; Mesdames A. I.Maistrom AA; Mrs. W. C. Snyder, Mrs. Orchestra-William R. Fruend, decided he could stand it no NAS servicemen to attend a dame
F. Jolley, E. Peterson, Jay Harder, Mrs. George Taylor, MUC; director, Lee M. Johnson, longer. sponsored by the nurses of St. Vin.
t A. Galuszka H. S. Reaves G. Caren O'Shaughnessy, Mr. George Mul, Earl II. Nielson, Mul; Ken- [ "That's nothing," ho interrupted. cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, to beheld
Stahr, W. Marking, S. H. Horton, Durney, Mr. Frank DeRosa, and neth F. Brown, SA; George C, I I dropped my watch into the in the nurses' dining room
A. B. R. Smith S. D. Cunning- Mr. Donald Heebner. Bean, MuSA; Owen G. Jones, Jr., Hudson a year ago, and it's been from 2000 'til 2400, Friday Refreshments
, "io ham E. T. Nealon, D. Henderson, Prompter-Lt. C. Becker. MuSN; Joseph M. McCuen, Mu. running ever since." will be served.
, V R. KE'ister, and R. H. Burns. Lcdr.G. Stage Lighting-Lt. (j jg) R. SA; Basil Kapchonic, MuSN; The Englishman looked taken
) W. Nulf; Lt. I. C Floerchinger, Cooley, chairman; N. A. Jones, Robert H. Wohlert MuSN; Rob- aback. She-"This is an ideal. spot for
Lt. J. P. King; Lt (j jg) C. J. AEI, and E. Kite, SN. ert J. Dambrino, MuSA; Maurice "What!" he exclaimed, "the a picnic.
Kube; Lt. (jg) J. F Marshall; Wardrobe-Mrs. J. Demetree. A. Cary, MuSA; Edward K. Mort, I same watch?" lie-"It must be. Fifty million
Lt (jg) W F St. Clair; Lt. (jg) chairman; :Mesdames W G. SN. "No,",he replied, "the Hudson." insects can't be wrong." '


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I Cast Members Portraying Thirteen Top Roles Of Play Possess Hidden Talent Galore I ICapt.

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Wilda Rae }Farbcr 4t.N I u t' h ; L Y'f 1 Cdr. Lynn RodenbargerIt's

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Wilda Rae Farber fame a j;
( won in ''ro
her native state of Oklahoma by 'i re ,A 1 ea banks of '
being selected "Miss Oklahoma"' was born,
at the state American(' Legion convention 0x a but Comdr. x
K k: and later(' Cotton Queenat ,'Z ;0,, ,Pr d the Dental ,
I the Oklahoma Growers'' Association : it in stride, & 1
I'C. As Li'l' Mim, Wilda has a 4 : ; Zoombie..
splendid opportunity to displayall doo priest, '
3 + i
her talents, especially her I r a jures all the
t terpsichorean ability which per- $, / i gle sorcery'
mits her to take numerous and the Dental V
T'S$ rugged stage falls without serious II tal, a duty v
injury She attended Oklahoma $ I in preparing>
Agricultural and Mechanical College : as Chief
1 majoring in speech(' modern r ;ate ; ; doos, with
dancing and !symphonic' (choir' : e\; an placed by
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Capt }Frank.. T. Ward Aa r,.' I E ._--_.._---
4 t is isa
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Capt. Frank T. Ward, Chief of -- -- :# "
Staff, Fleet Air Jacksonville, in Comdr. Dave Henderson ; e .
the leading role as "Dead Legs"" "Kregg" : .
Flint, undertakes one of the most $
difficult of stage parts. The Cap. a t
tain is former Commandant of I iF FX a. ,
Midshipmen at the U. S. Naval : Miles
Academy. He handles the 14-foot ,r t, t 4 S Q
African bull whip with the skill 1 Jw Cdr.. Dave, Henderson calls Ohio home
(of a professional in the part of lived five years!
Walter ."" Playing the part How anyone as likeable as i .. < Coming direct
that Huston starred in on ,7.p o Joseph WeaverKirk" \'
Little Thea
Comdr. Dave Henderson, can act
,. "
Broadway, Captain Ward handleshis as mean as Kregg, the depraved b leading feminine
role with complete finesse and p Grace is no new
and rubber trader he .
ivory portrays
]leaves little to be desired. ? She has
is a question. What's more ap-
Captain Ward was born in Raleigh a if isa. (comedies' and
< the Senior Dental Officer of the
f North Carolina, was gradu- Naval Dispensary likes it!! As i a,. b 9a b Weaver\ in "Three Men
ated from the U. S Naval Academy protagonist to Flint, this is luckyfor A ," and "Night
f> in 1923 and won his wingsin .YI a... k he has to do a great deal of from Georgia grad. M the past two
;;;N'': :ec4{ v::J.UW.I." "
1926. A veteran of squadron Duke, awarded his 30 weeks act-
raving and ranting, to say nothing "
duty with many of the Navy's' Wilda 'Rae Farber of behaving toward womenin 1 l from Tulane and productions!;,
earlier aircraft carriers, he became "Li'l Mim"Lt. a way completely contrary to internal medicine at Willow and I I",
in 1943 Director of Naval of Georgia-that's' ," "John
( his rearing as a Southern gentle. Holiday
Aviation Training. He was Com man, from Florida of course. He W.. Weaver who .7fllQk. "The Barker"
mandant at Annapolis from 1947 arrived at NAS Jax from the leader of a native it, she has played
until July 1949 when he assumed' Raymond) LygoThat ) Philippines after serving aboard Formerly overseas Pa art "from flat-foot
his present duties.. the USS Omaha and USS Ticon- Wing Three and the Comdr. hags, and hard-
(cockney' accent used by deroga during the war. Comdr. Weaver is dames, to the
Lt.. Raymond Lygo in his interpretation t to the Medical full of light
of Whippy is the real : When he isn't' on Of them all, she
McCoy. Presently spending a I I "Choloman"a Kirk, he is either r as Mary\ parts-end does
.. .. year with Fighter Squadron 172 1 ; the stage direction or "Native"j((] .as.Annie
-- at Cecil Field, Lt.. Lygo is a mem- : I jungle drums (off
ber of the Royal' Navy. Born in i I Well
Ilford, Essex(' England, L fine is i &s secretary
descended from a long of v lain. Mary '
i I
a. Y associated with. His the grandfather Drury Lane was \ I \ the sionary role to of ,

Theatre, while his father playedin Mrs. Halley
many London successes before vious stage

the the war.Prince His of uncle Wales was s Theatre managerof in t __' ,_[;., __"........"' ..._'.. ."' '' ,_,_.... ....... ...... .... be bray's held' .
London. Lt. Lygo himself has '
been acting in amateur theatricals know what !
leP since early school days. At KONGO CAST Mrs. Halley ,. ( )
{ one time he managed a concert I ,,4,4is Harry
troupe which toured Australia. Role' Player) ) r Norfolk, Va.
L'i' He joined the Royal Navy in 1942. .
On a short visit to New York he Flint ..........."Dead Legs". Beastly. Keen humor. Aged 45..... .......Capt. Frank Ward ,

it'. was Stripes.'featured" by ""Stars and i \ Kr'egg..Handsome.! Lacks courage. Aged 45....................Comdr. Dave HendersonIS'hippy..Ingratiating f s a4y

t rs 4h < \\ little Australian..................................Lt. Raymond) Lygo! libPgemr

# '; h Li'l' Mim..Cute High brown, 16 years old........................,..-......Wilda Rae Farber y rtR

i y --- Kingsland............Hashish addict. Handsome, athletic ................Capt. Louis R. Daze

Kirk..........Leader of head train. Aged 25...............................Comdr. Joseph Weaver

b y "qd' Ar Zoombie..Sinister, black Voodoo priest..................Comdr. Lynn II. RodenbargerMrs. R +

> Mobray............Smug missionary...................................................Mary Bess 1 Halley .o
4 9 x } Wasb............Kregg's' henchman. Hang-dog type) ...................................... John Byron r

0 /., Annie. .......Ill)), feminine lead. Aged 19...................................................Grace E. Miles

i1.t Fuzzy...........Strong, powerful native.......-...............................Lt.. (jg) Dan M. Roach \ :
..t.tfr 1t Iv at ive..Prince'f r '' Ferro, YN < i

...."" ,,-Iii-'.! ii:" "*._ :..Ji + Choloman. .. .. Big and fierce..mC.. ...........B._..._............Frank L. Barr, AMC Bess Halley ii
Capt. Louis i Daze" Pack Boys ... ...C. Miller, Kl'L.C.;, McD....iel), TN ; B. Long, SN; V. Kinchen, Mowbray'', i
"Dr. Kingsland" i Lt, Raymond""Whippy"John Lygo TN; and J. H. Small, SA..

Ferro YN3
4 4t '' ,

Ferro, YN3, was
Capt. Louis DazeThe Byron. Frank Barr, AMC\ I in Niagara Falls, N. ii

romantic male role lead of > t + i iz John Byron, a retired Navy Play Diiector..........................................}Mrs.' I Isobel 'White'' the so fond fall of of the roar in ( ) Dan Roach
Dr. Kingsland is a ripe plum to man and a native of Kentucky, A farmer in the Navy? Why spray "
Capt. Louis R. Daze acting commanding 5I now employed at the Supply Department Assistant Director.....Comdr. Joseph W. Weaver certainly 1 Frank L. Barr, who he decided to devote
officer of f the Marine got into the cast the U. S. Navy and
Choloman, recalls those
Barracks glance at the here.script After, in which his first he I H r, through the odd circumstance of a Technical Advisor\ .....................,,..,.,..,.....Capt. S. Rowland White, USN (ret.) portrays peaceful days when he milked d he. As manipulates Prince God goat of ( ) Dan Roach

noted the number of scenes played hospital friendship. Several I' I cows and raised chicks on the Is I '
with lovely Grace Miles, he months ago his wife was hospitalized land of Midway. It's' not all bull superstitions with an plays that the Lt. part ijg)

commented great possibilities.that ""the""t. He part has takento holds at the Naval Hospital here at Backstage Sound Effects.E. It. Smith, SN; R. E. Pflom, SN; L. F. An- either, for Frank says he handledone j t (r r !: serve inclined as a to warn prac- script as a "big
the same time as was Mrs. Isobel all without throwing it1! 4 4t with the strength
his with all the aplomb right, I
of a stage part veteran. White, who directs the tonight's"' derson AA ; A. Eckot t, AN ; D.. D. Westover, SN;; \W. J J. Brown, PN3.. Coming from Kansas where most This had is to the make first use oc of actually who graduated a Texan

Captain Daze has had wide and play.. When ""casting about" for of the corn comes on ears, he i I during school e in Kansas
varied' experience in theatricals, the person to play Wasb, she remembered ought to knew about such things. studying dramatics. for the
$ ,
having'The Moon played Is Down"in Steinbeck's and other Now he the is stalwart in the cast.!.ex-Navy Drummers... Don Tupman, James Royal, TN ; Russell G. Jfrt'V...-they* Frank enlisted in the Navy in t ; 1 cast.for one of the na- giving tremendous imitations suc
t ttage shows. He also has had ex- man. 1937 and this i Ii his first experience .1( )' a series of skits
Oran R. Austin SN and Carl B. Wheeler PN3.
perience in the various backstage ; with grease paint. USS Leyte,
duties. .,
i John, Byron, *

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Page. Six JAX AIR NEWS 17 November 1949


: Little Creek AmphibsiVF133 14-0 Over Locals .

Remains Unbeaten Invaders Extended

Atop Of Touch

!1 Gridiron League In Gator Bowl Benefit TiltBut .r

With two matches being post for the failure to generate enough offensive steam, _

poned because of inclement weather Jax Navy's gridders missed a glorious opportunity to score

33-6, and NARTU another win being over forfeited Dispensary, a the upset of the season last Saturday night at the Gator

prevented the Station intra-mural Bowl as they proved more than troublesome to the undesfeated -

touch football league from remaining Little Creek, Va. Amphibs which had their unblemished -.)
at a standstill last week record in jeopardy throughout the evening before \'

The VF-133 Enlisted gridders managing to mark up a 14-0 victory.
are leading the pack with an undefeated -- --_.
while Except for a moment of defensive
skein of five wins YARDSTICKS
the FASron Six huskies are in I lapseness on the part of Jax- **, Little Creek

second place with an undefeated Navy in the first few plays of the 28 9 First Downs ISO 12

record of four victories.The I game in which Little Creek un- 81 YII Jjtairndu.passing 122
H only contest played last ,
I corked a pass good for 70 yards, 5 Forward completed 5
week was won by NARTU as the ,-.....-., ._"" _. and a fumble on the threeyardline 34.4 Yardage on passes punts, average 37.5 .
Reserves defeated Dispensary, 33-6. which Little Creek recoveredand BO yardage lost penalties 100 .,
TOUGH LINE-BACKERS These two stalwarts fullback
6 Number of Jumbles 6
took forfeit from
FASron a Glen Schara, left, and center Joe Buonasissi, right, got their shareof turned into a TD, both elevens 3 Own fumbles recovered 5
while the Hospital vs. R-l and tackles in the Jax-Navy-Little Creek fracas last Saturday and battled each other on even terms 3 Fumbles recovered by opp. 1

out.Hospital vs. O&R tilts were 'rained they stand ready to throw their weight against Fort Kenning Sunday throughout. The defeat balancedthe In punt formation on his own
Schara played almost the entire game last week at fullback. record for Jax-Navy: at 4-4 4-yard line and the Amphibs recov
Running third In competition is Buonasissi has the added chores of doing the kicking-off and the A slight crowd of 5,000 fans wItnessed ered. The stanza ended before
Hospital with a 3-1 slate while points after touchdowns. the benefit tilt sponsored the visitors could score. _
R-l is fourth with three wins and by the Duval County American Legion -
With the ball on the NAS 4 at
two defeats. Next in line I Posts with the proceeds
comes go- '
of the final the :
the opening period .
with two wins overbalanced toward a $100,000 YMCA build
Dispensary ing
Amphibs scored in three plays with .y
losses while VF- Herb Pinney CupturesCiviliun
by three ing pledge. Hancock falling over for the six ,-
133 Officers and Overhaul and Repair
Score Early points. Mitchell made his second
have each won a lone game Unable to gain yardage in three conversion.
and lost five. ground plays at the start of the
Penyak, Hulsey and Schara advanced
Games remaining to be played j duel, Little Creek's Hancock faded
: HAS Coli Title the ball to the Amphib 24,
\. In the loop are as follows; Thurs and tossed a 17-yard aerial to but NAS lost the oval on a fumble -
day, 17th November, R-l vs. Dis II end John Hennesseye who gatheredit The Amphibs then opened a
Friday, 18 November, in on the Amphib 47 and went
pensary. Trailing three down on the 32nd hole Herb Pinney staged a stirring drive goalward and in seven plays
all the for the first six
NARTU VF-133 Enlisted. Monday 1 way points.
vs. -
I went for 55 yards to the NAS 20.
comeback to pull abreast of his opponent Ray Kennedy and go
I Moose Mitchell converted to give
21 November FASron
vs. Local end Jack Duncan fell on a
on to capture the 1949 Civilian Station golf diadem with a one-up de- the visitors lead.
Dispensary. Tuesday, November22nd cision In a 38-hole overtime match. a 7-point Little Creek miscue to halt the
VF-133 Officers vs. R-l. Checked on their own 35 after march and seconds before the

Wednesday, 23rd November, FAS Kennedy, defending champion, 1 finals victory over J. Stover. Hulsey ran the kick-off back for game ended a long toss from Bill
ron vs. Hospital. Thursday, November took the lead early in the match, Glen Volp took consolation honors 22 yards, the locals were forced to Buesing intended for Harry Epper-
24th, VF-133 Officers vs. and was in front by three strokeson punt and Hulsey booted the ball son was incomplete. The Amphibs
Dispensary. Friday, November the 18th hole. Pinney choppedoff by notching a 2 and 1 win over to Little Creek's 17. The Amphibs chalked up their ninth win in a

25th, Hospital vs. R-l. one and was trailing by two Al Quagliano. began a march goalward, pickingup row.
Coaches of each intra-mural after the 27th, but dropped backto Tough MatchesAll 30 yards in three plays, but Kliuwar Out
lost the oval on downs. Jackson Gus Kinnear: Jacksonville's lead.
touch football aggregation are three by the 32nd. ,
of the finalists had to battle -
asked to adhere strictly to the The new champ then took threeof their way through stiff competition ville lost the ball on a fumble and ing ground gainer carried the ball
schedule in order to after an exchange of kicks, the once in the encounter, and was
eliminate rescheduling the next four to even it up on in the early part of the
Little Creek combine moved to
of games. the 36th and then halved on the evicted from the game on an official tI'
tourney to gain their berths in the
the 7-yard line where they missed
ruling. But, with one full
fours. Kennedy
37th tallying closing round with some matches
first down inches and
a by back Glen Schara the
had to sink 12-foot putt on carry
a going several holes beyond the 18th
49-50 SlateDec. Jax-Navy took over. duties for the remain.
Cage the 37th to stay in the running, green. Deferoe fullbacking s
the when Tight der of the game, the locals worried
but lost by one-up score
6 Jax Junior College-In Jax. sank 25-footer the Pinney defeated Lou Bradshaw Hulsey Intercepted an Amphib the Amphibs a number of
Pinney a on
10 Florida Southern-here. one-up in an overtime 20-hole aerial early in the second period times throughout the contest.
19 College of Charleston-here, 38th green.
Jw 4 Turner Air Force-Jier.. match to enter the semi-finals and and ran it for 15 yards be Don Hancock, Little Creek's ace
8 & 7 Parrls Island-there. Pinney, who works in the Over downed brother Rod Pinney one-up fore being downed on the NAS 35. tailback, was held to a total of 2
9 McDllJ Field-here. haul and Repair Department stated for his berth in the finals. Ken- Penyak then advanced it to the yards gained rushing while Amphib
14 11 Stetson Georgia University Slate Teach-ther-there.*. that he never once lost confidenceIn nedy took his first round match Jax 47 and Hulsey ran it over fullbacks Bill Wood and Carl Sim.
16 Cherry Point-here. himself throughout the match, with a 2 and 1 from Bill Grouch- the twin stripe to the Amphib 47. cox: picked up over 100 yards between *
18 Parris Iiland-here. although the galley of spectators nour and won over Lester Cray, An exchange of kicks followed and them for the visitors.JaxNavy's .
19 Parris Itland-here. traipsing along behind expectedhim 2 and 1 in the semi-finals.
23 Georgia State Teach here, Jax-Navy moved to the 17-yard fleet-winged Penyak,
23 Green Cove Springs-there. to be on the losing end whenhe First Flight winner Jack Plew line on two passes with Nelson who was thrown for a slight loss
:27 Little Creek Arnphlbs-ihere, first fell behind.Consolation squeezed out a one-up win over flinging to Adams and Hulsey tossing in the first quarter, came back
Feb. 28 1 Cherry Little Creek Point-there Amphlb,*-there. winner of the Jim Vearil for a berth in the last to Penyak. NAS lost the ball later in the game to carry the ball
3 Fort Bre g-here. Championship Flight was Charles round of play while his opponent on downs, but the Amphlbs were five times and pick up 23 yards.
4 Camp Le eune-here. Boucher who downed R Brogden, Cleveland took a semi-finals duel again forced to punt The quarter The scat back also snagged a pass
7 6 Stetson University nlveralty-hers.of Ha. Frosh8 5 and 4, from Joe Peritt with a 7 and 6 ended with Jax-Navy in charge of from Bill Hulsey in the second period. .

here. In the First Flight finals, Jack tally. the ball on their own 20. .

10 Little Turner Creek Air Force Amphlbs-here.there. Plew captured top honors by Askew had a rough go in his Both teams were held to a Hulsey completed four passes in
11 Little Creek Amphlbs-here. dumping Dick Cleveland, 2 and 1, semi-finals match, but finally won standstill on the ground duringthe six attempts for a net gain of 61
15 Camp Lejeune-there. while Nick Pulignano took consolation out over Jim Morgan one-up. Sto third period but NAS picked yards. Lloyd Nelson hurled the
21 23 Green Fort Bragg Cove: -Springs-here.there. laurels in the flight by registering ver, Askew's foe in the Second up 40 yards on passes with Hulsey other NAS aerial which was counted
24 University of Flu.J Frtwh a 3 and 2 victory over Flight finals, gained his last doing the tossing to Jack Duncan complete when interference was
there. Charles Young chance at the laurels by taking a and Harry Epperson. Seconds before ruled. Tom Adams was the local
Mar. :1 Jax Junior College-here. E. the ended, Jackson end reaching for the oval when he
4 McDlll Field-there. Ray Askew was winner in the semi-finals contest from G. quarter
Second Flight by virtue of a 3 and Motes with an easy 5 and 4 score. ville's Chet Kimball fumbled while was knocked dawn
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. ZO Slates Represented On 1949 NAS Football Edition I

measuring There is no the better cross section yardstick of the for this season, is from the city of a scrappy tackle, was born and nesota. Grass- -,-who is now on- the terback, is from Ro; burg.- Oregon 4f" '

youth of America than the Armed Alfa; center Joe Buonasissi is raised in Middletown, Tenn., bench with an injury is from the : and halfback Glen Schara
is from town of Albert Lee, while Nelson hails from the town of Madison
Services and a fine illustration of from White Plains; former All- while tackle Patterson ,
the point is the 1949 edition of Navy guard Joe Sinko hails from Pulaski and Bennett, another tac- played his first football in high Wisconsin.
Jax football squad which New Brunswick, and halfbackBill kle, calls Mount Eagle, Tenn., his school at Minneapolis, Minnesota. Head football coach Don Jacka ,
Navy From below the Mason and started his career in Tongonoxie
Haritos came from Jersey I
from 20
and comprises the District players of Columbia.On states. Florida also contributes four I home.Three From New York Dixon line in South Carolina Kansas, and while in high school
huskies to the club with backfield I New Yorkers who have been comes Buck Dominy and Larry he played three years of confer-
top of the list is the state of coach Ben Griffin of Tampa; grabbing glory on the Jax-Navy Weldon. Dominy, a Winnesborolad ence ball.
Pennsylvania, well noted for top Wilbur Sweat of Live Oak; Tom- gridiron are known to their team plays end while Weldon, John Coxen, in the pivot-spot
gridiron stars. Pennsy has six I my Adams from Lakeland, and mates as Bob Hooks, quarterback; from Columbia is a number one for Jax-Navy at times ,is from
men on the Jax-Navy squad with !I galloping Gus Kinnear of Brooks- Dom Savino, halfback; and Chet tackle ,on the Navy eleven. Webster, Massachusetts. Quarter-
line coach Walter Shinn and Bill ville included in the quartet. Kimball. who plays end fullback Illinois produced guard Neal back Gordon Kent hails from the
Molonoskie, a 1948 All-Navy Sweat is a tackle while Adams and left half. Hooks claims Brook McGeachy and center Ed Kmiec, town of Kilmacheal, Mississippi,
guard from Mt. Carmel leadingthe plays end. lyn as his place of birth. Kim- a pair of battling bulwarks who and Jack Duncan from Los An-
sextette. Jim Davoli, a top-I Texas Tennessee and New ball is from Niagara Falls and have seen plenty of action in the geles, is the only California grid-
notch guardsman who has been' York furnish three gridders Savino is from the city with the line this season. McGeachy is der on the team.
playing superb defensive ball re- apiece and all nine are excellentball skyline, New York. from Batavia while Kmiec comes Fullback John Snyder is from
cently, is from Brownville, Pa., players. From Calvert, Texas Five states, Ohio, Minnesota, from Chicago, the "Windy City." Missoula, Montana, and from
while Ski Roskoski guard is comes scatback Bill Hulsey, South Carolina Illinois and Mis- Mlzzou Boasts Two Washington, D. C., is signal-caller
from Mocanaque; Don McNeil who has been starting at left half souri contribute a total of nine Missouri, where seein is be- Marty Handler.
end, is from Altoona; and Joe most of the season. Harry Epperson players and one manager to the lievin', is the home state of tail- Oleynick is from Marquette,
Valaitis, end, also claims Penn- who plays both halfback and roster. back Chuck Rhoades and team Michigan.All .
sylvania as his home state. end, hails from Quinian; and Ohio gives Jax-Navy two rough manager John McKay. Rhoades in all, the Jack-Navy football
Scattered Roster rough and tumble tackle Norris gridders in John Henderson and and McKay are both from Kansas team represents 20 states andif .

The little but significant state Thomas is from Houston Texas, Don Whittaker. Henderson who City. co-operation pays off, the aggregation 1
of New Jersey follows next witha the state where they do things in comes from Franklin, plays at an 'Bama Hutchison, who held the should complete the "
quartet of its gridmen on the a big way. end post while Cincinnati-born number one quarterbacking posi- 1949 season in top form.
Jax-Navy roster. Halfback John The trio of Tennessee huskiesare Whittaker i is a halfback.Big tion before suffering': a broken It's truly a representative squad
Penyak, who is running second in Andy Acuff, Jim Patterson I end Jim Grass and half- collarbone: is from Bessemer, Ala- that carries the banners of Jax-
( the ground-gaining department and Clyde Bennett. Acuff, who is back Lloyd Nelson hail from Min- bama. Harry Marr, another quar- Navy. It's your teamlw. !




17 November 1949 JAX AIR NEWS "1>'>age SevenJaxNavy

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Treks To Ft. Benning For Sunday Contest

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GregoPorterEnter Finals Y.S Bitter Rivals

Of2-BallPlay c Rated Even

Tony Grego and O. B. Porter

moved into the final round of play
'For Tussle
i for the station two-ball foursome r

folt championship recently by de-

eating their stubborn semi-final N 3 With their season's recordnow
contenders B. S. Weber and A L. pr
even at 4-4, the Jax-
Bartens by a 2-and-l score.
Navy gridders will seek win
The remaining semi-finals match
wa postponed until later this number five when they tangle

week because one of the players, with a group of revenge-s king

Charles Dittmar, is away on official Fort Benning Doughboyson
business. Dittmar and his I R 'J the latters' home field this
Dave Henderson will duel
with A. L. Simmons!'] and C. C coming Sunday
Drumwright In the other semi-final I I The final road trip of the sched-
match. GATOR BOWL ACTION; 'uled season, the fray Is expectedto
be a bitter affair with the Benningites .
The championship round is expected Carl Slmcox Little Creek's
still burning from the 13-0
to be this week-end
played powerdrivingfullback is being lacing handed them by Jax-Navy
with Grego and Porter slated to
In 1948 When the local eleven'
battle, the winners of the other pulled down by local line
downed the
I Army combo last tea
match for t0 son, the Southeastern ArmyNavytitle
:: In the : was at stake. The Doughs
.y Grego were stunned by the setback.
:Barten With Don Hemphill doing the
nately, passing and Don Jory Bill Suit
1 green and Lou Barissi! around to receive,
.' work. I : the Doughs hope to have a power
240 yards ful aerial attack readied for the
elected to locals should their ground tactics ,
his second I prove inefficient
iron, the I i Joe Buonasissl, one of Jax-
blasted the Navy's top-notch snapperbacker r,
cup, a was injured In the recent tiff withi
duplicated I i Little Creek, but may be ready for
years to action against the Fort Benning
however, eleven.
out the Open Bill Hulsey and John Penyak will
decision. be heavily counted upon in the
till open on the tussle both
coming as of the ball-
I Navy basketball luggers are in top shape. Hulsey,
Of Interested in try- who completed four out of six aerials -
I team may re- \ In last week's fray is slated
Plan Auditorium ''to handle the bulk of passing
I at l&OO Monday chores Sunday.
,. Hulsey will open at left half
handicaps Elliot although back, Penyak at right halfback
caliber of tal- I with Gordon Kent at quarterbackand
I !
<'tlet', can use Gus Kinnear at fullback. Hold
links.In .being I 1 to face the ing: down the ends will probably be
Jack Duncan and Harry Epperson.
I I Both of the flankers are expert
Class '
ney, only because of pass catchers, and should do plenty
Thorpe 1 I'' but because of ,fOr receiving Hulsey, Lloyd Nelson -
ing low net 'I they did in 1 and Kinnear start heaving the
Class B
played for: :
Hazel Hirst 1 oval.At
in 1947 scored tackles will probably be Marvin -
locked for game last year. Weldon and Jim Patterson
ham and : 1: third highest in with Joe Sinko and Bill Molonoskiein
gross: and i I Letterman Hale the guard spots and Ed Kmiec
the Class I, Baer tallied\ 31, t at center Kmiec suffered a leg
The \ I i Joined the squad injury in the Little Creek game,
and wives | > 23 points : but is expected to be ready for action
Nov. 20 P.M.'J I .I i college and serv Sunday afternoon. If the
at 1330. I I Southeast which snapper-backer is out of commission -
guests: are i'f meet on the hard- at game time, the starting!
the meet I are Stetson Uni- berth will probably fall to John
tourney State Teachers, Coxen.
-- I Frosh, Part-is The local aggregation will return
Orono \ ( ) I Camp Lejeune MA- home next week-end to battlea
marth H. 1 Army, and Tur rugged Pensacola Gosling elevenin
mance :' the Gator Bowl,
the Uni\'cr -
ordered i !
Paris" by
when Dr.
ment he '
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college, _
end as .
standing gan \ :

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'., in anticipation of points they hope to rack up on
; live returning basketeers from last year's squad are
at 1:55: : men are, left to right, Lon Christensen Paul King
Bob Baer, Carl Wheeler, and Ray Hale.



Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 17 November 1949


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FASRON 58-Some of the faces "'
which have been familiar at I as of 3 October. All hands having

-,,, FASRON 58 musters during/ the j i to do with official correspondence
I past several years will be missing; should consult this manual. There
when FASRON 741 musters in; are many changes in form to
I December. To those who are being be learned. All hands are
transferred to other, squadrons, or: I urged to review their confides
to the Wing Staff, the best wishesare \I'i tial data sheets periodically pay
extended. We hope we won't I: : ing particular attention to wheth
re' lose touch altogether. Come I er the person to be notified in
{ tit'A. around and say hello from time: I case of death or injury has been
3c to time. FASRON 58 will be de'commissioned properly designated. All 1 men who
..'t I on 30 November,, have married since joining NAR.
and FASRON 741 will spring into, TU, and many others, will probably .
being as of December 1 I, want to revise this confiden.

.. I Most of the personnel of the tial information contained m
., ,'. ..
: ','" old squadron will be incorporatedinto j their personnel folders
," :''1' '' '.. <,. the new. A new squadron, CVLG 52.. VF-52L, and VA-52L
./' ,. drill schedule will be mailed tall o, This is the last time that the Air
.(.::"< hands. Those who are to be Group will operate as a unit. The

transferred will be notified by new wing organization will go .
A SURPRISED MARINE-Just when he thought that he would be unable to partcipate in the post card as to when they should I into effect for the December -l
observance of the 174th anniversary of the Marine Corps, Capt. Frank Richard, Adjutant of the report for December drill. Since drill. Many changes are in the
I Marine Air Detachment of NARTU, was paid a surprise visit by members of his unit who didn't some officers and men will be making, and old friends in the
forget their hospitalized friend. Visiting Capt. Richard at the Naval Hospital were, left to right, I transferred to different squad Air Group will be parted.In .
S/Sft. Vernon C. Tucker S/Sgt.; Frank L, Saxon Jr., Sfft. James E. Weeks, T/Sgt. Donald T. John- rons or to the Wing, and consequently a way, this i is a sad story,
son and Set Carl J. Hacen.. Jr I will drill at different since we have had so much fun
'-'- -- --- ---- times, watch your Navy mail together, along with a lot of
National Official carefully so that no mistakes will hard work. We have learned to
27 More Motorists
I be made. Do
I your part to assist depend on our team-work and
I Talks At Meeting the new NARTU organization geoff t high spirit of cooperation to get ,

Net Traffic TicketsThe N. P. Weathersby, general sec- to a good start. The officers us over the rough spots. New
i to be transferred are CDR teams
Leroy will have be
to formed
number of traffic violationsby retary-treasurer of District No 44 ,
Johnson, LCDR L. R. Baxter and
new responsibilities will be .
motorists operating vehicles International Association of Ma.
Lt. John D. Harris, Lt. John A. assumed all '
aboard the Station within the past chinists, Washington, D. C. will Ginn and by
Lt.g() ) Harold Levin.
week shows an Increase of 14 over be the featured speaker at the All of these officers will be takenup The Air Group, as a whole, U
last week's number. j j meeting of local 1630 of Inter- in other I very proud of its accomplish. ;
squadrons in the
national Association of Machinists i or ments since it has been cornmis. .
Fifteen drivers
were apprehended Wing, as will Chief Harold Lynch'I t
1 at 2000 Nov 22 at the Seminole I| sioned, and we were definitely in ",
by Station police for speeding, who the
INSIDE PUBLIC WORKS ., I is only CPO being trans- the running for
three each for faul- Hotel. | ferred. I Davis
illegal parking,
We were glad to see :Miss Wewer I Trophy for the Air
ty equipment and All employees of NAS are invited A Group, since
back at work :Monday morning running stop I new Treasury regulation of so good a start had been made at
after having been on sick leave for sign. I to attend the gathering great interest to Reservists has our annual

two weeks Lt. (jg> R. W. Charged for speeding were Ens, which is free. A large turkey will just been issued. Probably ever ., I All hands training look forward cruise,to their '
:Mix who reported aboard recently Richard Ostlie. Lt. (jg) J. M. be given away as a door prize. one has already heard that drill new assignment, in the wing or
has been made Assistant Trans. Drendul, Lcdr. M. Moody, Raymond -xSALTY pay and active duty pay is, this in a squadron, with pleasure and '
portation Superintendent We E. Prichard AMC; BurnettJ. year, subject to income tax, con a determination to keep the .
welcome aboard this week two new Ritchie AD2; Ryal A. Clingen, trary to the situation during and good work and be the first new a
Chiefs into the V-l Division. They AN; Robert B. Bigler AN: James since the war. But those who are group to bring a trophy to NAR.
are Chief Thiel and Chief Walker.J. W Christ, AMC; John R. Rock- required to travel away from TU Jax.
H. Boudreau of the V-l Di- well, Russell R, Hopkins, L. Bur- home. and who remain away over- ,I Complete billets are being
vision is on two weeks leave. He pee. J, H. Dewitt, Robert Blanche night in order to attend authorized made up and each man will be
and the Mrs. are spending their and R. B. Klinger. drills, may deduct their travel notified of his new assignment _
time in Biloxi: Miss. | Illegal parking tickets were Issued HUMOR FROM ing expenses, including the entire by card just as soon as the de.
NEWS FROM THE FIRE BOX. to Lt. (jg) James Rafter amount spent for meals and lodg- I tails ore worked out. Of course,
We welcome aboard( a new fire- John A. Russell, ADI, and William HERE AND THEREA ing while away from home. Thus some of us are going to have new
man this week, Claude G. Starr. F. Lumpp. ADAA. Stopped for before arriving at your adjusted 'drill schedules, and this will
Ray Wingate ha* returned from faulty equipment were Alvin R. hint, if properly managed, gross income, you may deduct cause some adjustments to be
his trip to Johns Hopkins Hospital Schuffert, AN; Clarence W. Wade, may be given without offending. these expenses. With income tax made but the overall picture in
In Baltimore where his /son AN: and Robert B. Bigler, AN "Are you still bothered by those rates so high even in the "lower"brackets ,.I that the change-over is going ..
was to undergo a heart operation.The Clifton L. Reed Lawrence Tuso, relatives of yours who come down this ruling will enable, along very smoothly.
doctors have decided to wait ADI, and L. King were chargedwith from town to eat a big Sunday stantial almost everyone to realize a sub- i I Since this is the last newsletterfor

until next year to perform the del- running: a stop sign, CliftonL. dinner and never invite you in saving. the Air Group, and since
i ate operation T. L. Jordanc Reed and Robert B. Bigler AN. return?" asked Mrs. Smith. I NARTU Order 27-49 informsus many friends will part, it is hardto
<< ime to work Monday all elated were puked up for not having "No," said the unfortunate vic- that two equivalent drills in write without thinking about
week and
four in
over his successful fishing trip their dilvers licenses while Lawrence tim, "they finally took the hint." one month be taken.any one the past. However, we are all
over the week-end. Claims he Tuso, AD1 was charged with "What did you say to them?" may now The looking to the future and new
caught a boat load of red bass. reckless driving asked Mrs. Smith, eagerly. policy now is: one drill per day, fields to conquer We will be together .
two week four
We know it can't be true because --- 'I per per again during the annual
"Nothing was said, explainedthe month, and sixteen "
per year. -
the Captain said so! !! inspection and will have a chance
other "but served Make those missed
we drills. It
sponge up
R. S. to "rehash" old
McGahee seems to be invading tales. To each
cake time they came. is easier to do nowl!
on B. A. Pickett's Wednes- and every member of the Air
day fishing date by taking annual SUPPLY I It looks as if legislation pro Group, we extend the best of
"What happened after you were viding for the payment of a bonusto
leave that wishes, and wish all
on day. Pickett says'"I : you good
thrown out of the side exit on veterans of the late war will
can't make I )luck.
any points that "
your face? be brought up for considerationby
way. Among the 37 applicantsfor 1 "I told the usher I belonged to I the next Congress. Payments --x-

the Public the position Works of Chief Clerk In I a very important family." up to $5000 have been proposed. I NARTU-eltes Plan
Department, Mr.
BRIEF BITS-John Colvin of "So what? I There is a great deal of conflictof I
W. H. ,
North Stembridge Carolina of Cherry Point, Procurement, takes more stock in "He begged my pardon, askedme opinion as to the desirabilityof Meet December 7
was selected. Mr.
fortune tellers and soothsayersthan in again and threw me out such legislation, and nothingmay
Stembridge formerly worked at the he used to: At a recent sec- of the front door." come of it. But one thing Due to the approaching Thanksi .
NAS 1944. Jacksonville He is from 1940 to tion party held for some departing I' i that is sure is that most veterans i giving holidays, the NARTU-ettes ,
tentatively scheduledto Supply-ers, Sarah Gardiner, Smith was sitting down to will receive a substantial refundon have decided to postpone their
report on November 28. Have at whose home the party was breakfast one morning when he their NSLI policies. Some of monthly social event for the
you? bought your ticket to KON- given, secured tea-leave reader was astounded to see in the paperan the younger men will receive as I month of November.
GO who predicted three or four separate announcement of his own much as 5/6 of the total premiums 1 The next event on the calendar
---- ---- events in John's life, all of death. they have paid. Everyone shouldbe is a business meeting to beheld

NARTV Marines which came true, and within the He rang up his friend Jones at thinking about how to invest in the NARTU Enlisted
Surprise Member tune described! Incidently, the once. "Hello, Jones!" he said. the money wisely How about U. Men's club at 2000 Dec 7. Plans
Colvin's new young'un, Nancy E. "Have you seen the announce- S. Savings Bonds' for the club's Christmas Party
With Hospital Visit was recently presented by Pro- ment of my death in the paper?" i A new Navy CorrespondenceManual will be discussed. All membersare
Members of the Marine Air De- :urement with a baby fork and "Yes," replied Jones. "Whereare has been published and urged to attend and bring a

tachment of NARTU celebrated spoon in a pattern of silver which you speaking from" _distributed.u_ to be used. _effective_ guest.
their Marine Corps birthday in a natches her parents', > w -
1.5. 7nO: u
novel manner this year display- Violet Hancock and Georgia
ing their Espirit D'Corps in small Jones will both take leave the :

gatherings, due to the restriction.I first of the year to await the 7Ipf : Tfr
imposed upon public demonstratiOns stork. Bobbie Dixon is still ;
of anniversaries by the individual jtarry-eyed from her visit to St. 3 r
branches of the armed Pete last week Winnie Powers,
services. :>f Technical, will cheer for Ala- 'Q;
One of the gratifying of the bama when that team plays Flo- '-P NyY 'd'' .f oyi 'F.4'. :. 2'r ;
"parties" took place at the Na- rida, her current s. p. being a
val Hospital where five membersof member of the Crimson Tide .
the Marine Air Detachment John Richardson claims that he
paid a visit to their unit's Ad- has recently moved out to

jutant, Captain Frank Richard. "Plumbnea'ly" (Orange Park), _
Captain Richard, well known Plumb outta the city, and nea'ly 45
nationally for his outstanding. :out of the county ; Q >
ability as a pistol and rifle marks Sidelights will award office and 45f
man, has been an inmate of the unit Christmas decorators with a
Naval Hospital since Oct. 24. The special prize one for the most I I -
Captain is suffering from a slip :riginal, and one for the most u w
ped spinal disc. attractive There's only one catch: I ..
-x- the unit must let Sidelights know
"I wonder why it is that fa that you expect to be in the runt .
men are always good-natured?" 1in(.
"Probably because it takes i Note to the night bell ringer t .
them so long to get mad clear No need to sit on the buzzer I"I
through when sounding "secure"- a light
tap will do the trick just as well. .
have been cured of -x-
"So you I CERTIFICATES Having completed the supervisor development course four senior '
is cuteas
insomnia? It must be an immense "Your apartment Just as
your relief." ever. Don't you just adore it?" supervisors of the Overhaul and Repair Department were recently presented Navy Work Improvement -
Program Certificate by Overhaul and (; Capt. R. O. Minter. Shown left to .1
"You've said it. Why, I lie "Naw, I'm moving. Repair
A. Burn Daniel K. Grover Arnold, Harry A. Sauer and
awake half the night thinking "Why, what's come over you? right are. Capt. Winter Harry
Lcdr. Preston R. Kuck r,
how I used to suffer (rom it"i "An opera singer"