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: October 19, 1950
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (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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...., Microseismic Research

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S .rcMwa Project Now In Operation

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A microseismic res-aC'h' theory that vibrations in water Miami Weather Central where

..; project, construction which caused in turn transmit by high lateral wind vibrationsto velocities charts are plotted and overlays
for the various
a was started at the Naval Air the earth, ,
a ing stations. When a report showsan
r rI Station last August, is now in x- above normal amplitude the

I St full operation. The local station THE INSTRUMENTS consist of i overlays are placed on the master
I three highly sensitive seismographs -
chart and the disturbances
', x. is part of a network cov- '
> F: sealed to prevent mois-
located the lines of
as equal amplitude
I ering the Atlantic and Carrib- ture and placed on concrete I intersect.
bean areas operating under foundations located about 2,500
\ S a 55S feet apart. Triangulation pointsare I -x-
the Aerology Section of the
S so established for plottingthe Till RESEARCH project is be.
Navy and financed by the Bureau position of the disturbance.The I' ing conducted for the Navy by

of Aeronautics. slightest earth vibrations j about 30 enlisted men, all of
. Ordinarily seismographs, which' registered by the instruments I:, whom are graduated of a hurricane
record vibrations of the earth, and relayed by cable to the main weather central school. On
are used to detect earthquakes station where they are repeated'by duty locally are Harold Kitchen,
+ and determine their location. The galvanometers and recorded 1 AGC who has been "trouble
. s UMpK .6 a Navy is experimenting with their- on photographic paper. The data :' shooter" in the microseism busi-

lica u,,<:: 'iff" tranlr.. .. n..11i in tt! .h"rril''n.th..u.. ."S3 V' UI'a I"V sa"W H',ere d is th en se.n.t t o the ness for the past three years and
IN OPERATION NOW-Final his assistant John Michael Rey-

.adjustments are made to a seismograph 1- ___ naud AGAN. Kitchen has set up
at the microseismic or overhauled five stations besides -
--' -
the one at NAS Jax.
research project now In operation *
at NAS, by Harold Kitchen "In this business you have to
AGC, right, and John Key know overhauling and maintenance
naud, AGAN. Three seismographs work electricity carpentry,
are used in forming triangulation photography- everything practically
points for plotting from digging; a ditch to
. disturbances. They are checked watchmaking" Kitchen said. Last

.../".; every 3 or" days to assure week, working on two instruments -
,. earth vibrations have not disturbed only. he picked up the
level foundations of the earthquake on Amboina Islandoff
I instruments. northeast Australia At Whit

--- ing Field his previous station,

Enlisted Men' Can VOL. 8-No. 32 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville 19 October 1950 (Please Turn to Page 3, Co!. 2))

... Qualify For Four I !Station Birthday

Years of CollegeA 1

grand opportunity is be. 1I Observed Quietly

.. 'ling presented for Navy enlisted I

personnel l to enroll in -

the Naval Reserve Officers I A gala dinner-dance sponsored by the Jacksonville Chamber

Training Corps (NHOTC) of Commerce held at the George Washington Hotel and

college program, providingthey I attended by many of the Navy's leading air officers,, both ac-

meet the necessary re tive and retired, highlighted the celebration of the 10th anniversary

quirements. of the commissioning of the Naval Air Station

Personnel who meet the requirements L : Monday.The .
'I- will be eligible for a as observance of the station'stenth -- ------- --- -

four years of college and a com. anniversary was recalled Make Plans
mission in the naval reserve or here aboard the station without
Marine reserve. All tuition and I I 1'' fanfare or ceremony due to
expenses will be paid by the a present exigencies The Chamberof For 19.50
Navy at almost any college of Commerce dinner was the only
choice, plus $600 per year to help actual celebration of the occasion -
with clothing, room and board. Xmas
Personnel need about $100 to Ex-Commandants PresentIt PartyA

$600 extra per year depending was old home week for many
meeting of members of a
upon the college selected, the former officers of NAS Jax who
committee appointed by Chaplain
... Navv announces. Students will arrived from far and wide to be Charles A. Dittmar
to plan the
be permitted to take other em- .n\' < guests of the Chamber of Commerce annual Childiens' Christmas Par-
ployment provided that -rt; does --- at the 10th anniversary
ty was held in the small chapellast
not interfere with holistic activity THIRD ARMY CHIEF VISITS Lt. Gen. John R. Hodge, dinner. A large birthday cake Thursday afternoon.
commanding general of the Third Army, center, is greeted upon with 10 candles was placed in the Chaplain Dittmar. who acted
Enlisted: personnel will be his arrival at NAS by Capt. Douglas T. Day, right, NAS command. center of the hotel auditorium ;, as chairman of the committee
permitted to take the competitive 1950* ing officer, and Col. II. W. Tarkington, left, head of the Florida where the dinner was held with announced that $3.000: had been
December 9.
exam on District. General Hodge visited Arm men wounded in Brady S. Johnston first vice
!Military appropriated for the annual holiday -
if they which can meet include the requirements Korea who are now recuperating at the Naval Hospital here president of the Chamber of event given for all Navy juniors -
presiding at the occasion
ot 10 old and
years or under
Recommendation by com- ,

:manding, high officer school, physically graduate qualified (US- 1 16 Employees Honored Guests were introduced by William dren's the nine homes orphanages of Jacksonville.It and chil-.
S, Johnson, executive secretary
AFI) usually acceptable), 17-21:' was that this year
i of the Chamber of Commerce
years of age on July 1, 1951 1, mustagree '! there should be one party, to beheld
who acted master of
as at Mason Field the after-
to accept reserve commission ceremonies. Among the commanders noon of December 22. Plans for
if offered, and must agreeto For 30 Years ServiceCivilian
serve two years on active duty captains and flag rank of- entertainment were discussed
ficers the dinner
present at were
with the understanding that Incase
and agree not to resign reserve
commission for six years. I employees of NAS who completed 30 years of Federal three former commanding officersof of Inclement weather the
the Naval Air Station.
Station interested In'' 15 honored during a brief They party would be held as usual in
personnel Service as: of September were ceremony Vice Adm. Charles P. Ma-
this fine obtain of Administration building ]last week. I were the mainside auditorium
opportunity can held in the board room the !
ret.) who
( the first :
son was commanding
Present for the
meeting were
.. details in the September 15 -- -
more ; Captain Douglas T. Day, commanding i '
( officer and who is
issue of the Navy Department I officer, congratulatedthe Similar ceremonies i honoring now Captain Dittmar, Lcdr. Guy N.
Bulletin, or from division officers for their completion 20-year service employees are being 1 mayor of Pensacola: Vice Adm.W. Stroud, Lt. (jg) R. W. Mix Chief
employees W. Smith (ret) CO here in'19.U
conducted by various depart- Alfred G. Haas Joe O'Connor.
of their service and presented -
---x-- ments. Names of these employees \ and Vice Adm. John Dale I AD2 Lt. Bettie West, Lcdr. Joe
each with lapel pin indica-
a of I will appear in a later issue of the 'II Price, second commanding officer Williams. Mrs. Douglas T. Day
tive of 30 completion
Big Talent Show Federal Service.years I Jax Air News (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) and Mrs Kay Sutton.

To Feature Home inscribed The pin,"U.a gold S. Navy plated Civilian anchor : TTi [JNa ,
Service, bore a figure 30 on the
shank part of the anchor These ,

.' Talent Planned I pins are issued to activities by
the Navy Department and are
Another huge Talent Show, presented employees periodically. -

featuring local station talent, I It is planned to have the pres-
entation ceremonies at this activity
is in the making, to be presented at least once each quarter.

in the near future, it Any Federal Service, regardless

was revealed this week. of the branch in which they
This next talent show has a were employed whether as a civilian |I
two-fold purpose to treat personnel or military personnel, is
of the station with fine entertainment creditable in computing the

and the proceeds from ;' length of service.Employees a. '
.. the show to be used to defray expenses f receiving pins for i ,, J -- 'S
of the Navy Charity Carnival I their long service were: Harry A. !i
to be held In the spring Burn. Walter I. Dobarzynski, I
For Good Cause I I Frank J. Gerdon; Charles E. Gil.
Prior to January 1950 it U I man Herbert G. Huffman Wilson
pointed out, personnel of the station H, Sandefer, Gustave A. '
were called upon monthly to Schneider, Mathias P, Stephanzand
support a drive for funds by charitable John K.: Warren of the Overhaul ,
organization. To circumvent
and Repair Department
this the Navy Carnival for
and Fiscal employees
charity was presented at the station Supply
in April of this year. Funds receiving 30 year pins! were: Albert -
L. Betancourt, Nick James,
obtained from the carnival were I -- '
placed in a bank and the various :deoige:: ; Lester Martin D Suther- COMl'I.KTK= : )YEARS: SERVICE-Sixteen NAS employees completed 30 years Federal Servic* "
i charitable organizations have or I land and Alfred Szarmanski. on Sept. 15 and were honored during ceremony last week, each receiving a Navy Department lapel ?a
".1* will\ b e given their pro--r .ta share. I John W. Carson, assistant In. pin. Fourteen of, the 16 are shown here, front row left to right, Charles Gilman, John Warren
This precludes any separate drives dustnal Relations Officer and Martin Sutherland, Malhiao Stephanc, and Alfred Szarmanski. Second row, Walter Dobarzyn,
aboard the station. | Angel A Abagon of the Public .\n Abajon, Frank derdon, and George Lesser Rack row, WiUon Sandefer Herbert Hoffman.
Much planning mint b* don to I Works Department als' received Gustave Schneider, John W, C.artn.nd Harry A. Burn Not present for the photo were ''Albert ,
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1) their 30 year pins. Betancourt and Nick Jamei. -

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 19 October 1950

Report From Washington I
Jax Air News -

Coast Guard To Call On Selective Service
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville Fla.

NAS Jacksonville
Caot. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Navy. Dependents Can Now Travel To Pacific Area}
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell Executive Officer

Fleet Ar! Jacksonville By Armed Forces Press Service who meet requirements, may compete for admission
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander President Truman has authorized the Coast to the Academy during the examination

Capt. Allen Smith__........ _.__... ....___._.________Chief of Staff Guard to call on Selective Service to augmentits period to be held this fall for the 1951.52
Fleet Air Wing Eleven manpower if necessary The President also school year.
Capt. George C. Montgomery ? Commander extended, by executive order, all Coast Guard Full information concerning application
Comdr. Charles Robertson_ Chief Staff Officer enlistments for one year. The Army, Navy, requirements, etc., may be obtained from the
Naval Hospital Air Force and Marine Corps already have taken Adjutant General, Department of the Army
Washington 25 D. C.MaJ. .
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton. ..Co Officer such action.Reactivation. .

Capt. Guy E. Stahr-.__ Executive Officer Gen. E. M. Foster, Army Chief of Finance I
NARTU of Camp Kilmer, N. J., in the has advised finance officers that under

Capt. Raymond N. Sharp.._.___ __....Commanding Officer near future, has been announced by the Army. the provisions of Public Law 779, dated September I
The installation near Stelton, N. J., has a 9, the extra payment of $100 a month
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration potential capacity of 18,500. Initially, however to doctors and dentists volunteering for active
building. Phone extension 8184. approximately 4,000 troops will be stationedat duty in the Armed Forces is now also payableto 1
Editor-Andrew II. Planey the post. It is to be used in connection with members of the Reserve medical compon-

Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JOSN. Transportation Corps activities. Camp Kilmerwas ents ordered into uniform with or without
The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the U. S. Nasal Air Station used during World War II and becamean their consent. Personnel on duty prior to Sep-
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed : INlncI non-appropriated fundsat I inactive installation April 1, 1950. tember 9 are entitledto pay from that date.
no expense to the government and In NAVEXOS P-35. Rev ,
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the AR 35-1120 is being amended to include the
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, and Dependents of Naval personnel may now new provision.
the 'Yhe S. Naval Hospital. travel by Government transportation to Naval .
JAX AIR NEWS Is a momver of the Armed Forces Press Service. Re-
production of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Rcpublicatlcn Bases in the Pacific Area. The practice of Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberf, Air Force Chiefof
of other matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission transporting dependents was stopped on July Staff, has announced the names of 154 per
i>f Editor JAX AIR NEWS. 14 of this year, shortly after the outbreak of sons nominated by the President for commissions
the Korean fighting.The in the Regular Air Force. The list includes
Station BirthdayContinued Adm. Whitehead Navy said further, that only those men 15 Distinguished Officer Candidates,
; on permanent duty status and filling a billet marking the first time Regular 1USAF officers

( from Page 1) that existed prior to the Korean emergency, have been appointed directly from Officer
Short Visit At and where housing is available, will be able Candidate Schools.In .
and now Chief of Naval Air Iin to bring their families or household effects. addition, 68 persons were nominated for

Training at Pensacola. gular commissions in the Medical Service; .1'.1'Rt

Many Guests I Fleet Air Wing 11 1 Competition for entrance to the United 55 were named as Distinguished Military Students -
Also among those present and States Military Academy at West Point is now from AFROTC schools and 16 were
welcomed by NAS commandingofficer Rear Adm. Richard F. Whitehead open to all active members of the Army and nominated as Distinguished Aviation Cadets.
Capt. Douglas T. Day were Commander of Atlantic Air Force civilian components. Under provi. All will be commissioned second lieutenants,
Vice Adm. John H. Cassady, Vice Fleet Air Wings, arrived at NAS sions of Public Law 586, 81st Congress, per except the Medical officers who will receive
Chief of Naval Operations for Monday to confer with Commander sonnel of the Army ORC, the National Guard, grades commensurate with their educationand

Air, former Commander, Fleet of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, the Air Reserve, and the Air National... Guard, experience.. ____ ____. __
Air Jacksonville Rear Adm. -- --- -
; Capt. George C. Montgomery,and
Frank T. Ward, former Chief of also to attend the Chamber of
Staff of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commerce dinner Monday in 1IIeeA-end I II J
now attached to the Air University celebration of the 10th anniver-
Montgomery, Ala.; Rear I sary of the air station.

Adm. Richard Whitehead, former I Head of all Atlantic Fleet AirWings .I I
Naval Air Reserve Train- I !
Chief of which include patrol I 'lIIin9 7A Nctes
ing, now Commander, Fleet Air .
Wings, Atlantic Fleet. from.

Rear Adm. John P. Whitney, .. 1 ...r
former chief of staff of NAOTC, .
now second in command of Mil- NIiRTU I Thursday. October 19
Fun night polka and square
itary Air Transport Service; Rear
Adm. T. Earle Hipp, first NAS dancing.
Supply Officer, now commanderof It was an amazing: thing this the number was that of the city I Friday, October 20
Fleet Supply Center, Norfolk; week-end how many were sick morgue. Game night Bunco partyprizes -
Capt. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Maurice on Saturday and had to see the Leo B. Duncan, YNTSN and : and fun.Saturday. .1
Sheehy, former Catholic Chaplainhere doctor in Gainesville. It was justa wife have an addition to the fam- October 21
; Capt. Frederic W. Priest. strange coincidence that it was ily, a daughter. Congratulations! 1:30: pm, television-Navy and '
man, one-time commanding officer x Homecoming Week-end at the William A. Hallmark, ADECAis Southern Cal. football gamePoetgame
of NARTU, Jax and Capt. I University of Florida. scheduled for a ducking short- chicken supper. 8:00: p.m
.. James L. Holland, former senior The Squadron is going into the ly. He has recently donned a new Saturday night dance, music by Al
medical officer at the station. home-stretch now on the Noel Chief's cap. Allen and his orchestra.

-xTalent Davis Trophy competition and -x- Sunday, October 22
are all really working to get all I 10 to 12 Java hour--6 p.m. Buffet -
Show the phases completed. pAll TheatreGuide supper; 7:30: p.m., Around the

available planes flew Sat !. I piano, also television. ,
(Continued from Page 1)) urday night and the next scheduled Monday, October 23
present the 1951 Charity Carnival I I drill week-end the squadron I WELCOME ABOARD-to cur
Sufficient funds, too, will be required { plans on getting all the planes I new chief. Stage review big
f ____0000-00._____ __00_ _. j
to cover the initial expenses out for night flying. I time-refreshments, bring your !
connected with the Charity Carnival I Rear Adm. Whitehead Next drill is fourth and fifth Thursday, October 19 friends. .

], Proceeds from the Talent I squadrons, airships squadrons, of November. All hands are I "Raiders of Tomahawk Creek," Tuesday, October 24
Show will be used towards this aircraft tenders, and all Fleet Air- those dates Charles Starrett. t
urged not to forget 8-9 p.m., dancing lessons-easy:
end. craft Service Squadrons assignedto November 4 and 5. We are trying I Friday, October 20 to learn steps-instructors: 8:30:
Fine TaJent Available support these activities, Ad- for 100 per cent attendance "Hit Parade of 1951," John Car- Spanish class.
The first Talent Show held in miral Whitehead's headquartersare
November and December -
during roll. Wednesday, October 23
the fall of ]last year made a ter- at NAS Norfolk, Va. At pres- I I
Candlelight club, first show ot
Saturday, October 21
rific hit. One of the finest all- ent Jacksonville Fleet Air. Wing
You should have seen the ex- "Eagle] and the Hawk," John the season, followed by polka and
around variety shows ever presented Eleven is one of the units under .
pression on NARTU Payne. square dancing; Television 8 p.m.
here, the stage show fea- Admiral Whitehead's command.
Jack Piva's face Sunday.. One of Arthur Godfrey; 10 p.m. boxing
October( 22
tured nil local station talent, both Best known in the Jacksonvillearea Central Sunday,
in the NARTU
military and civilian. Plans are the wags "Harriet Craig," Joan Crawford.
for his services Chief of
presently afoot to make the next as Office told Piva that he had a I Monday, October 23 To Tag ChildrenSan
Naval Air Reserve Training, Admiral for him and
live prospect "
Talent Show even a bigger one. No Whitehead is good I "Texan Meets Calamity Jane,
date as yet has been set for the a veteran naval gave him a phone number to call .Evelyn Ankers. Francisco, Calif. (AFPS)-.
aviator He has had
a long Piva called and to his dismay School children in
presentation.A up. Toes & Wed., Oct. 24-25 the San Francisco
and varied career in naval avia-
nominal fee of $1.00 will be "Jackie Robinson's Story," Jack- area will wear army-type
charged: for admission to the show, tion since in winning and his wings is at What A Hog! it Robinson. identification tags as part of the
Pensacola 1924, a pioneer
... which will also entitle the holder in developing carrier air Rochelle, Ga. (AFPS- pig city's civil defense program. They
,. to a chance on a television set to craft effective for tried to make a hog of himself at CPO: So you nttt your wife at will be required to pay six cents
f be given away during intermission as support amphibious the farm of Charlie Duncan and I a dance. Wasn't that romantic? each for the tags on the theory
on both nights of the show. Ticket ground assault. troops during drowned in a bucket of swill. The I Hefner: No, I thought she was that they will take care of things
holders must be present to win. I pig had fallen in head first. home minding the children. they have bought. .. .
All hands are asked to get be- Admiral Whitehead attended
, hind the ticket drive for the Talent the big dinner sponsored by the ...
Show to enrich the' coffers of the Jax Chamber of Commerce, at 9T}h 4Q'4i

Navy Carnival for Charity. the George Washington Hotel, in ,
observance of the 10th anniver- 4'
r sary of the Naval Air Station, r K. ..
New ServiceIdentity I along with a host of other high
ranking Navy officers. Later he
conferred with Captain Mont

Card gomery, Commander Fleet Air
Wing 11 and subordinate squadron -
commanders, and inspected
f Washington (A F P S ) The Fleet Air Wing 11 units in this

r Armed Forces will begin using area.
, standard identification cards and -x-
liberty passes as soon as distri- i
bution is completed, or in the '
case of the Navy's liberty cards, DIVINESERVICES is t a, 4T .
tg 7
as soon as present stocks are ex- ; i
hausted, but not later than June

30, 1951.
The new Identification CardIs t'-k 4 .
not a pass, but is intended to AT TilE STATION CHAPELS gr }

Identify the bearer and establish
his position in the Armed Protestant
The cards will
Services. vary
0930-Services. All Saints' Cha-
in the Services only in the blMkcontaining F 1
the "service seal"and 0915-Naval Sunday School) A
Hospital Chapel.
return address rr r
1045-All Saints Chapel.
Active personnel of
Armed Forces duty will be issued Catholic __ _...._____ ._ ._ __,_ ______ ,__.._ ......__ __'___H _.
card with printing
white which will appear green the bear 0830-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. GETTING ORUNTED-"Wukt'nd Warriors" who are members of Naval Air Reserve .uad- .-_
receive instructions In their rate as part of their week-end drill. Here
er's Inactive person 0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism rons attached to NARTU Jax
photograph. instructions in aviation carburetors from Roland Grant, ADI. Left to rightare
nel will be issued a similar card, Class). a group of Warriors get
without the photograph, in red 1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. Edward Nettles, ADE3 of CV Fasron-741; Carol Gnann of VP-741; Grant Ethridge Campbelland

printing on a white background. 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. Ha&hell Goodwin, of VP741.I .


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Head of the seismograph unit at NAS, Chief Kitchen Is shown
, leveling: the galvonometers which repeat vibrations picked up by
I the seismograph. .r
I a rx, Developing the "trace" or -

1- showing earth vibrations
I Just one of the diversified
a' 2 Light source for recording traces checked by John Reynaud, duties of a Navy selsmographer. I

, w AGAN, at the microscsimic research unit here. The lights, con- Here Chief Kitchen processes
trace in the dark of theunit's
,' .t S trolled by the galvonometers, mark sensitized photographic paperas I a room
___ building.Second
I Ii 4- they move up and down across the cylinders.
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I t I NSL1Dividend

Microseismic ResearchContinued : Set

j' ,
, '- ( from Page 1) For Jan. 51
..... v x x a a >
j the Burma earthquake whose intensity I
stalled the seismographsof ments up again and carried on as Washington (AI"PS-Service.)

the entire country, knockedout usua!." men and veterans who hold National
I Kitchen's instruments "I The instruments pick up vibra- Service Life Insurance policies
.. can expect a second dividendon
know it was an earthquake, he
tions three to five} minutes
admitted. "But we weren't inter every the anniversary dates of their
ested in earthquakes. When it on a frequency unaffected by policies in 1951, the Veterans Administration
was over I just set the instru- I I, nearby traffic vibrations. has announced.
I Present plans for starting payment -

L Device Determines I on January 1, 1951, may be
I disrupted, the V. A said, if the
Local Unit Plots Budget Bureau cuts back the $(,-
I Density Of SnowFort 800,000 requested by the Admin
Hurricane Blow istration to .administrative
; Del voir, Va., (AFPS) -
I A "trace" which records normal earth tremors expenses of the dividend.
0 photographicpaper Volume and density of hard packed -
: is displayed by Harold Kitchen, AGC, in charge of the local Far In Advance snow is quickly determinedby The amounts of the new dividend
unit. will not be announced before
a new simple instrument recently -
j The first Indications of high revealed by Army Engineers December, but the sum will
wind velicity were picked up I be far below the $2,800,000,000
Africa Of Strategic ImportanceIn and recorded by the microse- It 1* designed for ue in ex- refunded this year.
ismic research project at the tremely cold countries where
Naval Air Station four days there is a military interest In
before local residents knew snow as a construction material Sleeve InsigniaIs
Event Of Possible Major War about it, it was reported by in the snow engineering of
John Reynaud, AGAN, who roads, aircraft runways and other Designed For
.- assists Chief Harold Kitchen Artie projects. The device U
in operating the newly estab- also used for soil Korean ActionTokyo
A question which has been asked but not exploited, Is certainlyof I lished unit for tracing hurricanes The new instrument testing., called a
prime importance in the world situation today: 'Where does Africa
fit into today's world picture?** Volumeter, utilizes air displacement (A1PS) The U. S.
A definite rise in velocitywas It consists of two air-tight Army will soon add new shoulderand <
.. The "Dark Continent," the co- I and rubber number among her spotted shortly thereafter, chambers separated by a valve and sleeve patches to its collectionOf
, lonial outpost of six European more valuable products. There with winds up to 75 miles per is simple to operate.x military Insignia.Gen. .
. nations, has been, and will con- hour recorded. The highest Douglas MacArthur's Headquarters .
tinue to be, of vital strategic Im- still is no idea of the amount of amplitude reading was! reported young SA on a crowded Naval said recently that designs

portance in any major war. Not natural wealth the continent at 47 miles per hour, whichis Base bus arose, tipped his hat, for two United Nations forces emblems
only does Africa's coastline bor. holds. For this reason, the United considered extremely high. and offered his seat to a WAVE. have been forwarded to
der on the most necessary water- States is pouring millions of The records were forwardedto Overcome by such unusual displayof Washington for approval
ways of Europe, but from it mili- Marshal Plan dollars into the the Miami Weather Centralfor politeness the WAVE fainted. One design is an arch worn
tary operations (both air and "Dark Continent" in an attemptto charting the present hur- Restored to consciousness, she at shoulder height above the conventional
land) can be carried out against develop the natural resources. ricane-type winds and gale. thanked the SA profusely. unit patch. It will read:
of southern -AFPS Then he fainted.
any part Europe. ) United Nations" with white let-
Scene of Conflict
I tering on blue.
During Worm War II the Allies
i On the sleeve, in the center of
( -and the Axis-valued Africa
the forearm, soldiers serving in
to the of of
point waging some
Korea will be entitled to wear the
the most bitter of the
campaigns I United Nations polar map of the
conflict in northern Africa. Rommel r
world surrounded by olive branches -
fought desperately to hold the P
Mediterranean coastline. Allied of peace, also a white design
on blue field.Reserves.
commanders saw that control of
Africa meant control of the Atlantic I

South Atlantic, Mediter- To
ranean, Red Sea, Suez Canal and
"' most of the Indian Ocean "L4.

.. There are three independent st f Keep HighProficiency
countries in Africa-Egypt, Ethi. 'j4.' :' ___
opia and Liberia-the rest of the : :
continent is divided among Britain 1

France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal I
and Italy. : \\ashlnjjton (AFPS) Reserve
Unrest Heard ijr and National Guard units not yet
South Africa has had rumblingsof : mobilized will be maintained at I
unrest among communist labor the highest state of proficiency,
groups but otherwise, Africa has the Department of Defense hall 1
felt very little the effects of com- '_ announced
munist :infiltration and propaganda. -
In stressing the importance of 1
maintaining non-mobilized units .
Africa's mineral and agricultural
at fullest possible strength and :
wealth is beyond estimation. efficiency in view of the current i
Gold diamonds, uranium; cotton mobilization situation, the Defense .

..: Department said:
New Logistical Command
"An expanding force has an hn-
Established In Japan mediate need for qualified lead
NC ers, trained units and specialists, ;
Tokyo (AITS)-Establishment a S and the Civilian Components necessarily

of a Japan Logistical Commandfor ri \ I will play an importantpart
the United Nations forces and in filling these needs.
the appointment of Maj Gen. \
Walter L. Weible its Commanding
as -
General has been announced Good Shol!

by Gen. Douglas MacAr- Willoughby, Ohio (AFTS-Vic j
thur. tfaegellen, varsity basketball play.
The announcement said that GET SWIMMING: INSTRUCTIONS-As part of their Indoctrination course, these 13 newly I er, is in a class by himself at the ,
Brig Gen. Paul F, Yount will commissioned Navy Nurses who arrived recently for duty at the Naval Hospital, were snapped local high school. In a recent J
serve as Deputy Commander. The during one of their swimming classes. Front row, left to right, are, Ensigns Mary Garrett, Mary Sin. basketball foul-shooting contest i
'f/ new command was established to amian, Violet Tartaglla: Chief John Scott, (instructor), Vivenne Olsen, Annie Flynn and Marjorie I l1e took first honors by droppingIn
leave the commanding general of Lloyd. Middle row, left to right Ensign Lela Longstreet, Lt. Mary Pike (indoctrination instructor), I 1,100 out of 1,430 tries. That's
the Eighth Army free to direct Ensigns Hilda Florey, Dolores Morgan, Lucille Uroupa and May Tctras. Top row Ensigns Virginia 1 unusual because Vic has only one
combat operations in Korea. Jensen and Joyce Cox. I arm


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Charlie Spivak And Band' .

SALTY HUMOR'I FROM To Play Here Next Week S

HERE AND THEREThe Charlie Syivak, "the man who plays the sweetest trumpet In

barmaid was a flirt and the world" brings his top-flight' orchestra to the Naval Air Station
when, the chief went out to buy I for a two night stand next week, playing for officers on Wednesdayand

& paper she pursed!' her lips invitingly I performing: the elistcd.men! : on Thursday. .. ._ .
I The --- -
and leaned over the bar S I most outstanding band to .
toward a shy young seaman. play at NAS in many a moon. W--
Putting her face against his, mow: Spivak will begin his orchestrations :
the vhispered: "Now's yourchance for the officers at the Officers ,, :
darling." Club at 2000 Wednesday and .
The seaman looked around the will move to the Mainside audi- ".
empty room. "So it is," he remarked 1 torium the next evening to play It""
and promptly drank the for dancing for enlisted men at
chiefs beer. 2000. 1
g I As a musician whose fresh and .

Judge: I'm sorry but we can't original idiom in trumpet play !I
!issue a license to your grand. ing has earned him the title of II
daughter as she is only 15 and "the man who plays the sweetest I
that is too young. trumpet in the world", Charlie
Old Granny: Lawdy Mistuh Spivak is the leader of an eight-
Judge, what we gonna do? She year old band which skyrocketedto
is old enough to do what she fame almost overnight His I I
done did! band now ranks among the kingsin
DOWN BUT NOT FINISHED-Scanning his prey with a hungry the entertainment world.
A tourist was introduced to an gleam in his eye is Bob Thompson, ex-Navy Chief aviation i I Notches in Spivak's musical
Indian with a reputedly perfect electrician's mate and now a representative of Grumman Aircraftat belt are 20th Century Fox's "Pin. I
memory. Skeptical the tourist Boca Chica. Thompson has just snagged a husky Florida lob Up Girl", starring Betty Grable I
asked: "What did you have for ster from a wing gun compartment of "Old Lobster Pot," an abandoned and "Follow the Boys" for Universal
breakfast on October 4. 1P131" F6F Hellcat: which turns up such tasty morsels at frequent ,. and a flock of box-office
The Indian answered, "Eggs." intervals. records created at the Paramount
The man scoffed. "Everyoneeats -- -- -- -_._ Theater in New York, Hotel Stat-
He's fraud." -- .:
for breakfast. & CHARLIE

train Eight stopped,years again later the at the traveler'same( I I IJrltlce She Was Once A Fighting Hellcat I II' Rules For Mailing ler. and the Palladium in Holly '

and he saw the same! In-
I wood, and other top spots.Spivak's .
"How. I
Jovially Gifts To
The Indian answered, "Scram I music making is so

bled." But now she's an 'Old! Lobster Pot'In ; Overseas Listed uality solidly that established it can for be its identified individ.

; whenever and wherever it is
rti .
1943 she was a sleek, Washington (Ares) The Armed played.
-fat, toothsome Florida lobsters Forces and the Post Office\ De- Downbeat Magazine recently ..r
gleaming, deadly carrier of had adopted the vacated gun pit partment have announced rules for awarded Spivak the honor as the
death and destruction to hat- ,I and were lazily enjoying their' mailing\ Christmas packages to top sweet band in the country.Too .

ed Nipponese, and many a Jap j I sanctuary. Servicemen overseas as follows: he has won high praise

; 4 BU5 % quivered when she roared Everyone prizes: the white succulent Mail not later than Nov. 15. from famed violinist Fritz Kries. y

STOP through the airways to corn- meat the crustaceans afford For men in Japan or Korea, it is ler who marveled. at Spivak'svirtuosity.
ov and officers/ and men basedat safer to mail before Nov 1 For -
bat. |, Charlie Spivak's "Kreisler Fav.
Boca Chica were no exception. extremely remote outposts a deadline
In 1950 she is a beaten gutted, : They quickly made the battered'; of Oct. 1 is suggested. orites", in which he transposed
tired hulk lying quietly in her plane their official "lobster pot" $end Card* First Class:\ classic violin solos to trumpet .
final resting place in the mud of I and scarcely a day passes when Send greeting cards first class, parts, is still one of the most
the bayat Boca Chica Naval Air someone doesn't do their seafood observing the same deadline popular albums of all times. It

Station, Key West. Florida ignominiously shopping at the "Old Lobster':I, Packages may weigh up to 70 was the first time that Kreislerhad
serving as a lobster Pot." ever approved having his
i pounds. Their length plus their j
compositions played in dance
pot. girth should not exceed 100 inches. | ,
I IT'S A SIMPLE TASK to trap ;!j Exception: Packages to APOs tempos ,.
-OLD LOBSTER POT" as she their pr*y. By closing the gun 12' and 125 care of Postmaster, ---.x --

is affectionately called is a Navy port through which the potential N. Y., N. Y., should not exceed 50 New Member ForAirWing -
I iiAPPS / l: F6F Hellcat fighter plane that, ( table delicacies enter their adopted pounds and should be o.orrespond-'
plagued by old age affllcations.Just home the crawfish hunters ingly smaller
couldn't make it one time ensnare the lobsters and can se- j Containers should be metal 11 StaffLcdr.
. and glided into the shallow wa. lect the ones they desire in leis- I, wood or stout fiber board. i
"The public street is no place to ters of the bay about 1,000 yards ure. When they have what they List Content 'I Sam C. Stilwell, recently :
goons a young lady who lives at from the end of the runway. I want the sailors conscientiouslyopen Addresses should be written dlrectly recalled to active duty, has been
Jll Drexel Ave.-Mayfair 78331." 'i Grumman Aircraft representatives ,I the gun port again so that ,, on the outside of the package : temporarily assigned as assistantto
at the base identified her more victims will enter the label.
--- as trap not on a gummed
the Chief of Staff of Fleet Air
Adrift raft, two sailors had 7400th Hellcat to leave their and the next fisherman "
on a the ; can net i I Since some packages break open Wing Eleven, Comdr. Charles E. -
Just about given up hope of any assembly lines during World WarII his share. '''and' spill on the post office floor, Robertson.A .

rescue One began to pray: "Oh. and after conferences with "Old Lobster Pot" has yieldedup It's a good precaution to place native of Cynwood Pa., Lcdr.
Lord. I've led a worthless life. I've Navy officials decided the cost of to 50 pounds of the delicious another address, together with a Stilwell entered the Naval serv.
;; been a drunkard, I've beat my wife salvaging her would be prohibitie lobsters from her wing gun compartments list of contents' on a paper and 1| ice in January 1942. He served
a and neglected my children. But if in view of the newer type and seem to have an 'put this Inside the package. with distinction aboard the car. ?
r' you..save' me from this, I promise fighters now in service. almost unlimited supply on handat If the addressee is in the Army | rier USS Hornet. Aboard the old
I Salvage crews probed her insides all times j ji i ior Air Force give his full name, USS Hornet during the battle of '"
"Hold it.' the other. and out bit of serial number branch of
interrupted ripped every rank, ,
i It's a long trail from hell-laden, Midway, he also is a veteran o{
"Don't promise too much I think usable material. From her wings service, organization, APO number -
death-dealing aerial combat to a campaigns at Guam, Kspirito San-
1 nt land.' guns were torn away and her shallow | and post city post office
grave in shifting sands j tos Eniwetok and Guadalcanal.
and she was left which the mail is
i fuselage stripped ( through being
but, at least for a time, "Old Lobster -x-
f Famous Lat Words: "Don't an empty hull gently settling in I' Pot" routed.If .
has escaped the ultimate
worry. Just leave everything toI' the mud and sand i! I the addressee is In the Navyor New Nurse lilt
: fate of old warriors and is
J'.t'I've got a buddy on the gate." j I | still in in Marines, give full name, rank Randolph AFB, Tex. (AFPS.
a sense the service of
A CURIOUS SAILOR, removing I her (country.. : I lor rating, unit to which he I.I IB A new flight nurse kit has been .. f
f "We were happy for more the last remnants of scrap' i I attached and the Navy number developed by the Air Evacuation
than a year, and then the baby from her lifted the hatch cover- ] --y- assigned to the unit, or the name Department of the Air Force
is me." the tearful wife told the ing the wing gun compartment j Dear Santa ,I of his ship and the fleet post office Medical School The new kit con
Judge. and there he made the discovery. Buffalo, N. Y. (AFPS) It..;: to which the mail is to be tains all the items necessary for
"Boy or girl\ ?" asked the judge. --- --- didn't work! The officials of a routed. 1 the comfort of wounded person*
"Girl .. a blonde. She moved in local draft board opened an en- j Don't send matches or lighter'1, nel being flown to U. S. military
next dlo<,r." Allowance Pay velope marked "Do not open until fluid. Cigarets and tobacco are I i hospitals. Prior to its develop.
I Christmas." The envelope contained all right except to addresses in I ment, flight nurses had no stand.
!' Married Seaman: "Forget the the filled-in draft ques- ,,(, Austria England. }France Germany I I I ard kit in which to carry instruments .
Ii'Y. expense! Give the canary another tionnaire of a hopeful registrant. Italy and Trieste.. medications and dressings.!
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f, Washington (AFPS)--Plans for -

the payment of quarters allowance 0 1 s
for Armed Forces enlisted q

personnel of all grades with dependents .
as provided by the De.
pendents Assistance' Act of 1950,
effective last August 1, have been
announced Defense by the Department of

Allowances to which Army and <

.. i Air Force personnel are entitledfor
the months of August and
September, will be paid directlyto !
ak enlisted personnel with their
regular pay. Allowances due for
the month of October will likewise .

be given to personnel with 1 j44I I .
their October pay. Cash paymentsto \
Navy and Marine Corps per,
sonnel will also have been com
pleted by the end of October
( During September and Octoberit
will be the responsibility of the
enlisted person to furnish funds:
for the support of his dependents. .
Those dependents who do not receive

funds for their support during ___.... .. "mn __n_ .__
rs !: this period should communi T"CERF.1\IONY-NAS commanding officer Capt. Douglas T. Day congratulates
.. with the enlisted 30-YEAR
cate person upon
.. --
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-- Overhaul and Repair department his completion of 30 of Federal
whom de-pendent. Harry A. Burn of the upon years
SUCHAFOSTUUE Mara they are Service during ceremonies last week. Sixteen NAS employees received lapel pins for their long ser-
I November
I Cur day leans on a post after ginning the full in amounts allotments, vice. Others in Ibe Photo are, left to right Capt. II. F. Gingrich, Supply-Fiscal offlrrr; Angel A. r

,1 being named "Miss Chiropractic the Servicemen-plus allow Abaecn, Public Works; Corndr, William E, Kenna, O & R officer; Comdr, I'orter ., Heilell NAS ex.ecutive .
the International from ,
Week" by -
Health officer John \V Carson Industrial lie.lations .
Chiropractic Aworiati I lances made by the Services* ,will officer; Lttlr. Guisseppi Macrl, Industrial Relations ; !

y, <.n. I.* mailed directly to dependents, and Cvmdr. Eugene I'eltier, Fut.lic'urk.. olficer.r. .

I t iiiIIII '"n-f"'tl" 5.r L .':r Ja..:a iIo'W..I" <+rl0+Mr1 ."-..."'.".

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'{ 'P 'Task Force' To Work Here On --- *- *-- -


Revised Copy Of Navy Cook BookA An unindentified swimmer 1 .r dt SUPPLY I

braves the elements In his attempt -
cook book task committee --
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subgroup of the. Food Committeeof ing food processing and distributing to gel in a last swim before ___
Navy Industrial Association, : corporations in the- United the closing of the outdoor
will start arriving in Jacksonville I States. Their work for the Navy pools for the winter season. Among the Jacluon'ille'ililorll
.11 Oct. 25 for a two-day meeting at is without reimbursement and in Shown divine Into the Malnside attending the Homecoming cele-
the Naval Air Station to discuss addition to schedules set up by : bration in Gainesville last weekend -
their work on the sixth increment their employers. pool, despite the current cool 1 were many of our football
of recipes for a revised editionof I Recipes are tested in the lab I spell, the swimmer makes his fans. This we Florida's 43rd

the Navy Cook Book, oratories, and test kitchens of the plunge. When last seen he was homecoming. Down to see the
The committee is composed of I food companies; with the task I floating down the St. Johns "Gator Growl" on Friday night

food technologists, home economists committee furnishing the effort River in a cake of ice. With the were Jerry and Francis Roberts,
and dietitians of the lead- jl and know how. The Committee t Rose Rizk, Oalrie Gill and O11U
--.--- -- ----.- --_---- works in cooperation with the I outdoor pools closing October Highsmith, and Doris and Jay El-
I Navy Test and Development Facility 16, the indoor pool will be open lis. Homecoming Day's throng of

Third !: and the Subsistence Division I for swimming for the winter 30,000 Included many of Florida's
,, Army Bureau of Supplies and Ac season dignitaries.
counts. I I Witnessing the Gator's victoryover
I The first to arrive will be Miss the Auburn Tigers were Carl
Chief VisitsWounded Helen Hamilton, Corn Products i' --........ .........,- and Frank Reiter with their taml -

i( Refining Co; Miss! Ruth Harho- _.- -- -- I ilies. Frank Wilcox\ Sue Adamsin

GIs way Continental Baking Co.; Awards Given her red skirt the Hartley
Miss Mildred Hearn, Miss Kath. 'I Sleeves who were week-end guests
ryn Pennington and Clark V I of: Ernest Rhodes, former workerin
Lt, Gen. John I R. lodge, Kizzia General Foods Corpora. To Fasron 6 Men Stock Control. Arthur Stringer
commanding general of the tion; Mrs. Loraine Hindman and 'Dot Houghton, Dot Touchton and

Third Army, and famed wartime Everett Lee, Standard Brands, Pauline Tyre.
Inc.; John O. Grom, Borden Co., In CeremoniesMemories *
commander of the 25th 1 ,
and Lt Guy P. Waddell, SC, USN The reason -
Infantry Division, paid a surprise I Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. I of World War II everyone on third deck: looks
visit to the Naval Hospital The group will arrive by plane :sue echoed through FASRon Six' so green is that this deck is having

here last Friday to visit late Wednesday, Oct. 25. Repre- hanger at the last personnel inspection a face-lifting job--new green
with wounded GI's from the senlatives,I of other food processing : as Comdr. Edward W, paint and even green blinds .
I The extra big gun on Dale Buckman's -
'. companies, and naval and Morgan, commanding officer of
.: ,. Korean battlefront, many of I civilian personnel of the Supply FASFlon 6 read the terse' wordsof i face Is because of his recent -
whom had previously served Research and Development Fa. j the commendation accompany piomotion to AK-3 Vera
under him in the Pacific.The I cility. Bureau of Supplies and ing the Navy Unit Citation whichhe L Simonds (Correspondence) is
: Accounts U. S. Marine Corps, U, awarded in behalf of the Secretary j; housewarming in her new Spring
Third Army commander, S. Coast i Park Manor home For an eyewitness -
Guard of
and Office of the the Navy to Homer A
who has his headquarters at FortMcl'her .
I account of the World Se-
Quartermaster General Leedom, aviation machinist
will matefirst
arrive 1
Ga. air and
son. arrived by : train class. nes see Ernest McLaughlan in La-
was met by Captain Douglas T. by next morning. ,_ I i j bor & Transportation S-l and
Day. INS commanding officer Leedom's citation read in part : S-6 Divisions honored CHPCLK
C. Montgomery, 1"as a member of Patrol Squadron
Capt. George Allison recently with a party at
. Commander, Fleet Air Wing Eleven 82, later renamed Bombing Squad f the Florida Gun and Tackle Club.
9- ; Capt. Dwight Wharton, com ron 125, for outstanding: heroism I Hank Doebler, one of :"IIPI lf'lf
manding officer of: Naval Hospital in action against enemy forces i in i I contribution! to the Gridiron, w'a.
and Col.\ H. W. Tarkington, headof Atlantic waters from January 15, Injured in the Stetson game .
the Florida Military District. 1942 to June 10, 1942 and" during We all hope that Ethel 1'erritt I liII

. e, Many of the wounded patients, the month of April 1943. I on the way to a speedy| recovery
who have been brought here to recuperate At the same ceremony 17 of'' Jim English's ability a* a
e .. recognized the general the Squadron's crewmen, many of ; gardener ranks high, a.. C'\1-
from earlier days when he first them combat veterans of the last : derx'ol liy the beautiful tilbisoiitNeen
commanded the 2ft th Division, war were awarded: the good con on his desk All during
which turned back the Japs at duct riedal and subseQuent awards.: the Summer the results ofg

Guadalcanal, and commanded the Those men receiving: the medal Georgia narthlc.rnei gardening
XXIV Corps in the invasion of were" : John P. Anderson 2nd 3rd, miss been noticed 1 t,-with the
Leyte and Okinawa. General and 4th award; Hugh Duncan I many varieties! of hihiM-iis that <-
Hodge later served as military medal with 2nd and 3rd awards, she ;regularly IUplaye,
I governor of that part of Korea Andrew J, Emmens, medal with I Susan Elliott (Issue) can tell
south of the 3feth parallel until 2nd and 3rd awards; William H. I you of many interesting incidents
August 1P48. Feaster, 2nd, 3rd and 4th awards/ : while having an adventurous tour
., The visiting general chatted informally Isaac[ W Fmnell. 2dn 3rd and I of Mexico Latest memo from
with the Injured, cony era- 4th awards, Willard F. Gailbraith your regular columnist, Bob Rob.
Ing about various units, the rugged S' 8 2. 2nd/ and :aid awards: Willie H.I I prtRnn. rompH from New Pnm- ._
; terrain, and the experiences Godwin, 2nd and :3rd awards; :i wick, Canada, after -le8\'j-g old;
i Franklin G Cranberry: medal New York.
encountered by during
.. .
the fighting He knew many of Plan 13 New with 2nd and :3id awards; JamesA.
the lads personally Herdman 2nd award; BertramL. !i A ('I\'II.IAN GIRLS Basketballteam
Laihapelle, medal with 2nd is now being organized.
Service Clubs -s award: Clarence :E Lawton medal 'Practice is held regularly every
'. .e. $350 MillioT"Is Frank J. Lodesky, 3rd 4th Tuesday and Thursday nights at
5th and 6th awards John Corrie Jr.
; Robert E [ High gym. at 7:30:
; For TroopsNew Sheldon, 2nd award: William R. I P.M. Lillian "Phil" Pacetti of
Alloted For Souders medal I and 2nd award; ,Stock Reporting Unit is the coach.
o o Charles W, Valentine medal, : "Phil" was coach at Sacred Heart
> ,I i York (AFI'S-To meet James: W. Walker medal, and High School in Tampa for five

the morale needs of Servicemenand Angelo D. Zingaro, medal end 2nd I years, where' many of the highest
. Atomic-age Navy award cfihbre teams were made and exrects -
women in
to do the same for this
Washington (AFI'S) 1're* large Armed Forces installationsin 'n rr'c' Servicemen InvitedTo team. Rita Jot'hum is manager.
dent Truman recently blgiied Into this country, the Associated Anyone interested in trying out
law a measure designed to Services for the Armed Forces VIOLRTIO vU-l Hallowe'en for the team may. contact her.
permit work to start on a pro will establish 13 new recreational *
)x_d $S\O million "atomic age" centers. This makes a total of 114 Listed below are the traffic VIO- Servicemen from Naval Air Station i Bowling News The Supply
Included In the lations committed aboard this Keglers are at the Southside
Navy. program similar clubs operating in this have been extended an invitation i alleys
IK a plan to lmlId a nuclear country and abroad. station for the period October 10 to attend the annual Halloween every Wednesday night.
|""owers'd wilm-wrine calculated l to to October 16, 1950. Dance Schesder) ( Storehouse team) rolleda
Edwin E. Bond I sponsored by the
executive director I
revohitlonl undersea oHrrations. of the Speeding: L. D Collier, ADAN; Nurse of St. Vincent's Hospital total of 638, including a handicap
<>|"'- that additional organization, advises C. E. LePaige. I tomorrow night. 'of 174, to lead the League's individual -
personnel and
Also l U Speeding in Naval The dance, which will three game set. Electronics -
planned MI t'xllt'rlnlt"ll'| program funds have been allocated I Housing begin at 8
( -
\i submarine to be lowered t tl for most of the 101 existing j, Area: Lcdr. J. S. Meander; Mrs.V. I o'clock is to be held at the hospital team won two out of three to
retain their
y a "tlofced (' 'l'le" engine which clubs and area programs. He said i D King; Ens. C. T. Phillips. located at the corner of St. : League top place in the

would require no air. i that opening of new clubs and' Illegal Parking 1st Offense: J. John's and Bans Sts. games; and; they lost have four. won eight

The overall |plait 'ollh.'tIIllatt'et | bolstering of present services is Patterson SN; R. D. Ulrey ADI!; I Featuring a Halloween motif the-
construction! of 11'H..t'I". and in line with requests made by the C, L. PersInger, AL1; L. E. Brei- I dance prc/nises to be 'fun and all Sign outside of beauty shop:
conversion, of 29 other into I Defense DE'p.lI'trnent.x I den tine, AN. the hands uie welcome to share in i i''Don't! whistle at the girl you see:

modern fighting: 111111*. The co..- -x-, -x-- fes'ivitier. leaving: here she may be your
; version, program will change a Drunk: "1 guess when: you Ruth Fergel: I don't know how LT grandmother.
cruiser to a guided ml hllelauncher get home your wile will hit the football teams ever get clean. : i touring the gallery: ) :
Here let
AM) to be built IN a ceiling," Dot I me taste that. Youdon't Mother: Do you like your new
Caiter Silly.l'hat do you call that do ''
soup you nurse Junior
"'lftll>)'" f>ul 1.11111 ri fieNIP, tenth Second Drunk: 'She will
sure suppose they have scrub teams Recruit
normal slz*. she's a rotton shott' rafter obliging I' No sir Junior: No, I don't. I'd like to
tor I
you just drank dish
water pinch her like Daddy does
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trarr.itis. VISITS KUHEAN \\'Ol1NlHm-U. Cien. John n. rouge, commandveer 01 the 1I00 pitai. Tht' GUt'ral
:. to
stops by hello to PIe. James
Inr general of the Third Army, had a chance to talk with men he once commanded, 1rr of Copen Nest'a.. I'lt. StO\'ff lIt'nry or the 2.Jth Godfrey, ten,
during his visit to the Naval hospital here where he dropped In on Army G)'. is Nashville, Trnn., tell the General how he infantry regiment whose home
wa wounded In
wounded in Hort'a. On the left General fighting in Korea,
fledge chats with Dean Fox of Xl'nia Ohio
right General Hedge was'
a PIt. in the First Cavalr,.. On the hit it Cart. ))wlht WbartCf/ commanding oft- military governor 01 South Korea until August 1948. '

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;;, 4 Fliers At A Home Saturday

Against Patuxent Eleven4

The Golden Combers of Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Md., riding the crest of '

a four-game winning streak, invade the bailiwick the Jax Navy Fliers Saturday in the

first varsity football game to be played on the station since 1911. _

.. '
The new site of action with its om. Joe Placheckl, 192-pound
Fasron 6 Leads temporary bleachers will be fullback and one' of the best of

ready for Saturday's kickoff Navy ball carriers this year,
J With Doug lIunard which will get underway at 1430. teams up with quarterback Lige
Volleyball Play The field is located opposite the Dunnaway to give the Pax River
TIME OUT to do a little recruiting for the Jax Navy CPO barracks on Yolktown ave outfit a .'Blanchard and Davis"

Fliers football squad Head Coach Dick Garver could use Continuing their winning ways nue, main artery of the station. like scoring combination.This .
some more talent even this late in the season and would like with a 15-4 and 158in overa There will be no admission duo has figured in almost
surprisingly strong VF.ll six, charge to the game.Bombers every Bomber tally as they rack
to have interested in gridiron activities contact him
anyone FASRon Six's volley bailers forged Loaded: ed up 81 counters to their oppon-
at the earliest opportunity.The into a commanding lead in the ents' 31 points in previous games. ..
t Since the hey-day of the great
coach explained that here on the station there were intra-mural volley ball tourna- war-born service teams, that Jax Navy's hopes of an upset -.
ment last week.
a number of officers and enlisted men who have fine foot- I drew upwards of 78,000 specta- over the roaring Golden Bomberswas
With a streak of 5 victories and heightened considerablywhen
ball records behind them but for one reason or another they no defeats the FASRon aggregation tors in a season ,the local eleven all the regular starters reported
preferred not to come out for the squad. which last to the has played all their home games after of
year went I in the Gator Bowl. A sharp drop in shape a series
It's 'a well known fact that the men who go out for a YMCA National Open Championship I Iin attendance and a thought for injuries had kept most of them
both sidelined during the Season.
service team little material gain, such as college gladiators i- Tourney winning the convenience of fans resultedin
reap the intra-mural crown and the I The Fliers' forward wall will
do with their bonus, monthly salaries, etc. However, I Jacksonville City-County trophy, the decision home to play on the all station remaining be bolstered by the return of Joe

that very fact should make: the role of a service competitorthat are well on the road to repeat field. games Sinko, hard-hitting All Navy
I honors this guard, who has been out most .#'
much honest and self-satisfving. You've got to
more Spurred by a desire to keep
of the games with a bum ankle.
love the game to go out for it in the Navy without..extra a Close behind FASRon in the their record spotless' the Pax Riv-I Inclement weather that all but
ten team loop is NARTU and O
t compensation for your time. i er Golden Bombers are called a halt to contact scrim.
& R Flight Test who will battleit
town loaded for bear and Satur-
Speaking of helping the team out-there is one thingall out this week with each otherin I make for the local Fliers the first
day's fray promises to be a thril- part of the week might turn out :..
hands can do to help and that is to get out to the game a game that should indicate ler-diller to kickoff the return of 1 to be a blessing in disguise as the
contenders for the
Saturday and give those tonsils a little exercise as you let future trophy. Flier games to the station. enforced layoff gave the gridion -

the squad know you're from NAS and appreciate their ef- Taking an early lead in the Walloped unmercifully in their gladiators a chance to recuperatefrom
first of 2 of 3 match
game the out
last three engagements the localsare the bruising effects of the
forts. with VF-11 the FASRon six outfit

rated decided underdogs in last three games.
Basketball Practice to Start Oct. 30 was never headed and sweptto thir clash with the Bombers who I With nothing to lose 'tand everything
a quick decision with spark- have had little difficulty in knock- to gain the Fliers will
A short scoop on the forthcoming basketball season at ling net play and good back-stop ing off four other clubs this season be battling Saturday to bring a

NAS was given this corner by Frank McCaffrey, director of work. I suddent halt to the winning

intra-mural sports who reported that local hoopsters would Determined to even it up, the It will be like old home week streak of the Golden Bombers of

start swishing the nets on October 30 and that season play VF-11 team took a six point lead for one of the Bombers' starting Patuxent River and to get backon
in the second fracas on ElbertPetway's the trail themselves.
eleven when they take the field victory
will commence in the first week of December. #
service and seemed to Saturday. Big, rugged tackle N. Probable Starting Lineups
Thoughts of This 'N That be set for a win over FASRon W. Thomas held down a regular Jax: Navy Golden Bomber:
until the steady play of the defending berth on the Fliers' 1949 squad Name Pos. Name
Predicted a Jax Navy win over Parris Island last week champs evened the score. and has had been a standout in Duncan LE Gardner

and was 100 per cent wrong Want to rectify that this week With score at 10-8 Ike Fmnell the Bombers' line this season< Cimintro RE ChianelH

by picking the Fliers by a scant point or two over the Golden I who captioned last year's teamin I Foe Is Fast Patterson LT ThomasOwens Langer
Bombers of Patuxent River, who are riding high and are the National two Open Tourney, I With a line averaging 180 : C McShane

long over due for a fall. serves served and up FASRon scorching went on ace to pounds the Pax River club will I Kent RO Hovarter
be outweighed in the forward t
\.. Deke Houlgate, nationally known sports writer, whose wrap up the match at 15-8. wall by local huskies, but i Norman rr.nko QB LG Roskoskl Kara

syndicated column is carried by AFPS tells the story of Aggressive net play and telling what they have lacked in weightin Switzer LII PldchecklHolston

Jerome Ifelluin, mammoth Tulane tackle who reported to spike shots by Ray Winstead featured their previous encounters the I RH Dunaway

Coach Henry Frnka on the first day of practice that he was Ron: with the VF-11 four members attack and of FAS-last I hard-charging Bombers have and made up for with de. Dominy _FB Gotcher

in good shape. "Yes, sir, Coach," he said, "I'm down to 293 year's team playing, displayed a I fensive work. aggressive Cincinnati Reds x. -were known as

pounds." This means that Helluin has to lose only 13 poundsto well coordinated offense and defense In the Bombers' backfield is a I Porkopolitans in 1876 because Ct

dip to his regular playing weight of 280 pounds. Incidentally scoring combination that other Keck, the club president, waa A

Helluim has a baby brother playing guard in high school Squad members: FASRon 6, victims have been unable to fath- : meat packer. _
Ike Finnell,
James E. Cochrane,
who weighs an even 300 pounds. Dean Miller, Newman Willis, Herald Woods, Lcdr Tom Abbott, The first newspaper story about
Guard Paul McMurtry of Southern California, is veteran I John M. Cram, Tony Gezeli, John baseball was printed in 1853.
McKenna, and Charles Schreck.
I of six years in the Navy, at 30 is the oldest man in college Nartu VA-15
VF-11: Jack Rodgers, Ray Win- First sacrifice bunt was laid
football. stead, Bill Manly, Elbert Petway, down In 1889.

I Out of the 83; men who reported for practice at Notre Touch : Vernon Scott, II. R. Ray, C. E.
f. Dame, 43 are either all Irish or have one parent of that Top Covington, E. L. Van Fossen, and Nearly 400 scouts are employed

'. origin. The "Fighting Irish" include two Flynns, two Mur- George- Peltier. by the 16 big league clubs.

; phys and two Whelans. Grid Loops h P'
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Shaping up into some of the

tightest competition in the intra-!I
Ring Hopefuls Eye SmokerTo mural sports program is the touch
football tournament with both

.... NARTU and VA-15: deadlocked II
Be (October 31
Staged for the lead with 3 wins and no s .
xd r p y yI .
With Just a couple of weeks to go until they swap leather In dead Straining at the leash and hot '
f earnest, NAS ring hopefuls are working out in anticipation of the box. to go are the Hospital and FAS-I 'F'dy bl 'fi ** RCi rs

tog smoker to be held October 31 at Malnslde Gymnasium Ron 6 aggregations who are gun ?
ning for honors in a second place *: *
the mitt-pushers that
are sweating off those extra the lighter weight cla.Wlt'1I. tie with 2 victories and 1 defeat. ** .. ,

E\ pounds are several top-notch fighters Some of the boys will get pre- Both league leaders held on to *
who have good records in tho smoker wontout tomorrow night their slender margin with wins d; _
squared circle. Little Pat Agor, when a squad travels to Green last week. NARTU blasted a 38. _
118 pounder from Manila, P. I, Is Cove Springs for a match with 0 victory over a hapless Supply
: 4 rugged contender in the featherweight Green Cove talent. : six while VA-15 kept rolling witha _

._ division and last year Pat Agor, Buddy Hudgins John. decisive 38-6 win over OpPhoto-
was runner-up in the ComAlrLant son and John Bernardl will make Lab.
finals and in 1947.48 he reached the trip. Bernardl, who Is also Hospital, whose only loss wasa
the semi-finals in the Potomac 'a" regular halfback on the Flier 15-13 thriller to NARTU, "
:. River Naval Command tourney. football squad, will tangle with walloped the Marine team 42-0 to <
Another strong contender is Julio Zdyas last year's heavy keep their pennant hopes alive
Freddie! Wilkins a 23 year old boy weight Golden Gloves champ and FASRon 6 dumped VF-12

with a string of victories that In addition to seeing a bang- 12.0 to tie up for second place. K t, N a .Y
carried him to a second place spot up, leather-swapping smoker, fight Hoping to break into the win
'. in the ComAlrLant lightweight enthusiasts will have a chanceto column soon are VP-3, who drop-
i"r last out of the tournament early { Y N
finals year. sea the new athletic gear ped '.
Agor will have some stiff competition which has been Installed in the in the season only to rejoin the ,Y ad
in the featherweight class Ma.lnp.hl9" gym. parade when O & G relinquishedtheir M.
from Freddie Farr who hM shown Ready for use sometime next, spot in the loop, and VF-22
well in recent smokers here and week the new gymnasium will whose work schedule is such that
Buddy Hudgins a clever 132 have all the latest in athletic they will be unable to competefor y*
pounder fighting on PT's card is equipment to accommodate NAS a couple of weeks.
expected to give Wilkins a how sailors who want to keep in shape. This week's top game will be
.' for his money. Everything from badminton to played tonight when co-leaders

M Ooactml by Ralph Smith, former trampoline; will be available in the NARTU and VA-15 clash in what --- ...-----{ ----- ________nnnn___ I"
welterweight might be the deciding game of t".'::
f great Navy gym.
r And middleweight back in the -x- the tournament. Both teams are UP AND AT 'EM-Ray Winstead, VIM1 volleyballer goes up
high-scoring outfits and rate to block a savage kill attempt by Fasron Six's Jim Cochrane, whiteWinstead's .
thirties. the Air Group 1 aggregation Mel Ott hit more home runs
shows promise of than doubles during his career about equal across the board as teammates Jack Rodgers (cap) and Bill Manly put in
racking up some socking win la with the New York Giants. far oa strength Is concerned. an assist. Fasron Six: : won the match in two straight same

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Local links enthusiasts will
have a chance Sunday afternoonto
see two top-flight golfers when
.. Pete Cooper, whose excellent
play ranks him with the nation'stop

20 golfers and Glen Teals, ,
a Jacksonville pro who recently ?
f. finished third in the PGA matches
N in Redding, Pa., team up to pre. ;
sent a golfing clinic at the local ;
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The clinic, at which local divot
diggers will witness how the
those clubs and sink those
.. swing
FLIERS-PI ACTION-The 40-20 setback administered by Par.
..... tis Island to the Jax Navy Fliers was the third straight sufferedby hard putts 1330, is scheduled to get
underway Sunday afternoon.
the locals. Bob Kaiser, PI back, who scored twice, gathers
Meant for a neat gain as Dave York (38) Fliers back, comes in to Following the clinic will be an ;
make the tackle, in top left photo. Dave York (38)) and Jack Dun 18-hole exhibition matca which '
can (hand on runner) team up to bring down Pi's speedy Dick will pit the duo against each
Santos, in right photo. A neat pass that clicked for good yardageis 41 other as they team up with J leading \
executed by Parris Island, bottom with Bill Campbell passingto local golfers.
end Bob Smith, far riht.Loco Cooper, who is a tournament
playing pro from Ponte Vedra
will pair up with Bill McWilliams,
Is Bow 40-20 To PI S K i Y x / YL r a good performer who once won
S4 t .? a9la a I the Georgia Amateur champion.. 1

ship.Opposing, Cooper and Mc..

For 3rd Sirfligill Loss Williams will be Teale, who in
: I addition to other golfing laurels] '
holds the PGA 36-hole record of ,t,
A haid-hitting ParrisJsland eleven plowed through Jax I In'4.8all 128 strokes which he set in '\
Competition Waxes Hot
Navy's forward wall and traveled the airways at will to NAS Phoenix pro."I, Ariz., and Jack Harvey, :

smash out a 40-20 win over the Fliers at Tarris Island last I -x-
Saturday for the locals' third straight defeat.A I Links Tourney Now In ProgressWith (.. __ ,

aw partisan the Islanders crowd drive of some to 5,000 the : Just before the end of the half, some of the best of thestation's I'' VF-12 Supply j

'. Fliers' three-yard line early in Norman spotted Navy end Jack golfers swinging lustilythe Cecil Supply ,
the game where scatback Dick Duncan with a bullet-like aerial NAS Four-Ball golf tourna.1 VP-3
ment got underway with Pacing
Santos wiggled his way for the and the big fast-stepping end
. first Marine tally. Bob Scott, Marine scooted to pay dirt for the Fliers' last Friday.In Golfers Pace ,
guard and extra point kicker second tally of the game. Patter. the handicap championship I Ten Pin
split the uprights for the extra son's kick was no good and half- flight Leo Marchel and Bill Foulk Play
point.A time found the Fliers on the short took an early lead with a 3 and 2 : IM LeagueUndefeated

hard-charging Islander line end of a 20-13 score. 'I win over Bob Wallace and Bill i Blasting the pins for a high
set the Fliers back on their heels Marines Rally Chase from VP-3 and Andy Con- game average of 226 and a 3-game
and the Navy attack bogged down The Islander eleven seemed ner and Bill Haas followed suit I Supply golfers held high total of 589 with an averageof
them to out. Big Ma- with an 8 and 7 victory over Bob on to their lead in the American
forcing pnnt supercharged in the third quarter 196, G. C. Peaco, ace keglerof
rine center Beatrice smashed Taylor and Frank Lusk. I league of the intra-muial golf
Tony and sparked by the stellar Supply looms as a strong contender -
and blocked Bill McWilliams and John Adams tournament last week by pickingup
. through the line generalship of quarterback Bill for individual honors in '
to set the defeated the Green Cove duo li/j points over fourth place '
Buck Dominy's boot up Campbell the Marines forged I Ii the intra-mural bowling tourna
Islander TD. i Bill Baker and Stu Reed with a FT and Welfare while Hospital
second ahead to widen the gap. ment now in the second week of
Trail 20.13 at Half Campbell brought the crowd to I 3 and 2 to round out the Championship I romped istration over for 3 last points place to entrench Admin play. .

," Fullback]] Bob Weddle went its feet with two breath-taking flight. them firmly in second place.In Knocking the pins down almostas
through tackle for the tally and rambles for touchdowns. The vet- Hot Matches the tight National fast as the pin boy could set
Scott's extra point try went wideas eran back traveled around left Deadlocked at the 18th hole. the lead changed hands leaguerace them up Rollins of VF-12 paceda
the Islanders went ahead 13-0. end for a 75-yard TD run and almost Dr. Dave Henderson and Dr. Bill Cecil Field their total as length behind Peaco with a
A costly fumble by Jax Navy duplicated the feat minutes Rusk battled to a sudden death points to 32 Just brought counters high game average of 221 last ,. ,
pave possession of the pigskin to later when he jogged around the decision with Charley Paresi andJ. second plave VP-3.U/2 over week and helped his team amass
the Islanders midway in the sec- other end for 65 yards and another M. Phillips to the 21st green Team standings in the tournament 2365 pins for the five-man-tearn !
ond quarter and hard-hitting Bob marker. where the latter duo faltered and as of Monday were: high series honors.
Kaiser, leading Marine scorer in Bruising Bob Kaiser, 185- I I the Doctors won the first flight American Running neck and neck both
1949, plunged over for the third pound Marine fullback added the match 1 up. Team League Points Supply and VF-12 garnered 7 .j

Parris Island counter. Scott'spoint the last Islander tally of the day A second team still in the running Supply............................ ...... 22 points to lead the American league ;'
after touchdown boosted' with a line smash and Scott in the first flight are Ray Hospital ..........._._......... ....16 while in the National Lea..
Islander lead to 20-0.minutes of the rounded out his conversion trys McKinney and Bill Wilschke who Operation ........................._.... 13'/4 gue VP-3 took over number one
In the waning with 4 hits and 2 misses for the took a 2 and I decision over Bill position with 4 points they pickedup
alive and I P.T. & Welfare .............. _.10/4
half the Fliers came backin day.Although Sheales and S. T. Kuklinski. P.W. & Comm ......................10& when Fasron 6 enlisted men
made a beautiful try to get caller overpowered and out- Second flight play produced Med. & Dental ..........._...... _. 8'/4 forfeited a match.A .
the ball game. Signal to end Mike I' manned the Navy eleven fought another extended match when O & R ................................... 8 three-way tie exists in the
Mike Norman's pass eleven in 1 all the way and m the late minutes Bill Hartung and Bill Hammondhad Administration ?._..... .. ... 3fc National League for second place
Ciminero put the Navy I of the game a flat pass to to go 19 holes to defeat Chuck with Fasron 109, VF-13 and
enemy territory and then Nor Jack Switzer from quarterbackBill Ray and D. A. Wells 1 up. Walt. National FAW-11 deadlocked at 3 points
man went over on a quarterback Smith caught the Islanders Marshall and Mike Hollack hadit I.HC11ft

Patterson sneak to tally converted the first and Navy the Fliers TD. flat-footed and the speedy little a little easier in their match I Cecil Team Field ............... ..... .....Points..32 each.With each team bowling every

,< were on the road back. halfback went thirty yards for when they won a 2 and 1 victoryover VP-3 ._....................... ......... .30 Mi other night in the accelerated
I the final score of the game.x Ed Foster and Bruce Ager. I FAW-11 ........................._.29 tournament high game averages,
.1 To Finish 1st RoundIt Green Cove Springe ..._..?...271% series team averages, and league

Lee Band To Play was 1 up for Ed Foster and Air Group 1 .............. ..........22 standings can change hands sev-
Bedell Captures Hal Hamburg over II. E. Mitchelland NARTU .>.................. ... .. 21 eral times a week and with the
Tilt J. P. Trembly in their third ComFairJax ............._.... ..._ .10 keglers. getting the range as the
At Saturday's Blind Bogey Play flight match and Captain Dittmar VF-62 ......................... .. ..... 7 play continues there is a prospect
teamed with Don Howard to scorea FASRon 6 ?........ .... ... ._. 46 of an all-time 'record. setting tour
Adding to the entertainment Stealing the spotlight In lastweek's 3 and 1 victory over Charley Marines ......................mm.. m 0 ney this fear. .. _.
fans at Satur-
picture for grid h
blind bogey tournamentwith
Miller and Jim Maulding.
Fliers day's; clash and Patuxent between River the NAS here two first place wins was John Sullivan and S. A. Fuh- Begtn ht
Porter Bedell who deadlockedwith When Did They ;;
at the station, will be the live Walt Mitchell for top spotin ring took a 2 and I decision over Vise ,. t.t 'I
ly tempos of the 70 piece Captain Early and Ralph Robinson ..
the first kicker of the tourna-
Six A Tour
marching band from Robert E. ment and then sank a beautiful and Paul George and J. A. Points For ... .
6 and 5 Porter
Lee High School of Jax. Stockton won over -\ t'l g1 "t'dinner .,
18 foot putt to garner honors in Bedell and Joe Williams to wind Evidently a lot of people at the Civ. i;! n
The game, which will mark the longest putt event.In don't like to eat tern "j :; ..
week '
up the third flight. or maybe they any day during the .
the first time since 1944 that annexing his first place win '
were caught but which chooses. {;'I
Fourth flight winners were Red unawares, thq winner '
a varsity NAS club has playedon in the blind bogey Commander I '
who whatever the reason, the Jax This week's quizzer could be
Cranston and Don Flynn
a station field will be staged .Bedell shot a 95 with a chosen
took an 7 and 5 win fromP. Air News sports Quiz contest a stickler and will take a little
a gridiron laid out the of 16 to him easy
on near handicap give par
C. Hendon and F. S. Rowleyand was without a winner last research: ....
parade grounds on Yorktown 79 while Mitchell tallied a 96
week .Not
avenue. with handicap 17 to reach the II. L. Ferguson and C. Moore one. correct answer "In what year was it established
was provided.The
Bleachers, which will ac- winning picked par 79. who defeated Rex Clark and R. question, to be frank that six points constituted i
Dittmar and Bob Wallace W. Mix 5 and 4. a touchdown" Pre -
co/nodate 1,500 fans, are being Captain. about it was really simple:
erected and concession stands, got into the winner's bracketin With four matches still to be "Name the teams that com- viously touchdowns counted
operated by Navy Exchange, the second kicker with Captain played in the first round of the prise the recently re-organized then 5 points and then 6, the (
will be set up. Dittmar scoring' an 89 with 12 tournament the divot diggerswere National Pro Football League." present rule today. This same !
There will be no charge of handicap and Wallace picking upa limbering up for some stiff We will not asnwer it this i year, we might add, teams :2
competition as the next phase of allowed 4 downs to ad- ,
and fine ISO with a chosen handicapof week were
admission to the game the because we may use it
public has been cordially invited 3 to tally the pkked par 77. play came up. again in later issues. In the vance the ball 10 yards instead
to attend. Andy Conner got a nice lay -:11.-: meantime, sports fans can be of 3.
... A paved lot at the corner of only 51/2 feet from the pin to Pitcher's mound in municipal digging up the answer. Bring in your answer to the
.. Yorktown and Mustin has been capture the closest to the pin con stadium In Cleveland has a faint The first correct answer, as Jax Air News office, room 125,
test and Bill Baker lined a 270 bluish tinge, the result of using
set aside as parking area for you no doubt know, entitlesthe main administration buildingor j
yard drive to sweep the longest a special clay dug up from the .
motorists. winner to a free full course phone extension 216 or 8184.I.
drive honors. bottom of nearby LaVe Eric

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Z Q.s+ SIGN FREEDOM SCROLL-Hundreds of NAS personnel took advantage of signing the Crusade for Free "
dom Scroll brought to the station recently by the Florida Chamber of Commerce Among the first to sign
were,members of the Personnel office, William J. Brown, SN, Chief Robert Thiel and Josephine Lazzaro,
PNSN, left photo. Signing the scroll in the fenter'are Milwee Gant, Edna Anderson and Agnes Fosberry,
while Bertha Kicklighter holds the document. Harold Coffee, executive officer of the State Chamber of Com
mrce, loks on in right picture as Mrs. II. F. Gingrich, president of the Officers Wives Club, signs the scroll,
while Mrs. C, E. Robertson awaits her turn.
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Civilian MenuHere I Of Nartu Photo Man : CLASSIFIED ,, '.

5s! next week's menu for BULLETIN -
the Civilian Cafeteria which is 1 Snaps Pics of All

subject to change. The list includes Korean WarWith FOR RENT:
the food available for each I Ex-Station CO's Furn. Duplex. 2 bedrms., 2874 01.
particular day and does not imply U. S. Troops in :Korea* ga Place, Mrs. Corry, Pho. 2,
that all is included in one individual 0993.
{. meal.MondaySplit. (AFPS-East) met West here recently Last week's Jax Air News fea-
I and shook hands. tured a story-about the history of 2 rm furn. apt. in Riverside, 2654
pea soup roast j I : the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- Myra St Mrs. Cain, Pho. 7-
beef, smoked sausage baked Hear ye, Hear ye-Remember! Lt. Charles East, Evansville, tion. Prominent in the chrono- 6643.
beans, steamed rice oven browned the date November 4, 1950.-' Ind., is a front-line rifle company
logical summary was a series of 2 bdrm 1218 Challen Ave. -
potatoes, turnip greens, but That's Saturday night-the night officer, Capt. William West, Win- photographs of the 10 Officers apt., ,
Mrs. Hanks Phone
I of the Public Works "Poor Boys'I! aide to Maj. ,
tered carrots scalloped corn as chester, Mass., is
who have had command of NAS
sorted salad pie and cake, cottage I Dance". Widest selection of good'''Gen Hobart R. Gay.In Jacksonville. Rm or share home with widow.
Mrs. Fuhrer Pho. 29801.
pudding. music large in the country box providedby I May, 1949, East and West When Seymour Van Toole, AF1, 1 or 2 rms with use of kitchen
a juke
Tuesday-Vegetable soup, liver I I served in the same company. the NARTU photographer saw ; Pho. day 5-3962. night 25915. "
and onions, spaghetti with meat Lots of fun for everyone, at the spread he got out paper andSeymour Miss Snelling, 2743 Vernon Ter. ,
sauce, steamed rice, parsley potatoes American Legion Hall San Juan With U. S. Forces in Korea | race
collard greens, squash Avenue at Cedar Creek Bridge, I' (AFPS)-General Douglas Mac- 4 Furn. garage apt. near NAS 1223
buttered beets, assorted salad, | beginning at 9 o'clock. Arthur and Rear Admiral James j Willowbranch Rd, Mrs. Potter.
cake pie, and bread pudding Come dressed as you please- H. Doyle were highly pleased by r-- ,,4 rm funr. and unfurn. apts. near
&1' Wt"dnesday-Tomato rice soup remember it's a "Poor Boys'Dance. the 'courtesy" of an island lighthouse a NAS. Ph. Mr. Howard at 5.
) ** braised spare ribs, Vienna loaf I ." A good floor show is now keeper during the Inchon 1613 or 20070.
steamed rice mashed potatoes being planned. Anyone in the department invasion. He either forgot to, or I Bachelor garage apt. in Riverside.Mrs. .
mustard greens, creamed onions who wishes to partici- didn't want to, extinguish his )I Johnson. Ph. 28209.
niarhsrnallow yams assorted salad pate in the show, please contact light providing a guiding beaconfor Rooms, 2931 Monitou Avenue: ,.
I cake pie, and jello. I any member of the Recreation the assault force. rue Mrs. West, Ph. 22705.

J Thursday-Bean soup, breaded Committee today. Auditions are II Four days later an interna- Single and Double rms. reasonable -
veal cutlet, frankfurters and sau. to be held khortly. Admission is tional distress signal was noted' Mrs. Lee Schultz, 1447 '
i srkrout, steamed rice, scalloped $100 including tax, stag or drag. I flying from the lighthouse. Upon rc j :. Avondale Ph. 2-5930.:
potatoesc, frozen spinach, .green': This dance is being financed answering, the relief vessel found' r Fura house' in Lakeshore' for.
peas okra and tomatoes, assorted' strictly from the sale of tickets, I the keepers, and their familiesall Navy (.' Berkenhead
,salad pie, cake, spice cake. i so please buy yours early. Your ,I South Koreans, drawn up as Rd. Mrs. Rhodes.
Friday-Cream of tomato soup, Recreation Committee is working i reception committee.The (Ia Single and Double rms.2124 Col.
turkey a la king with noodles, hard to make this an evening invasion of Inchon had cut lege St. Ph. Mrs Sims 76958.
salmon 'croquettes, macaroni and you'll long remember. I ooff their supply trips to and I 2 bdrm. furn house Near NAS
; cheese, steamed rice, lyonnaise i| Ethel Huffman has certainlybeen from the mainland, and they had. 5516 Brent St. Ph. 8-1302 C. B. .,,..
:Mexican keeping busy lately- been without food, water and Moody. ',
I corn, I painting She has done so muchof j transportation for four day I 4 rm unfurn apt near NAS 2700
\ salad, pie, cake and vanilla ice it until she has decided togo _- West Lakeshore Blvd. Mrs. MeCowan. -
I; cream. into the business. Anybody ial i---f-;; maintenance is taking the II i Ph. 2-4291.
-x- desiring her services can be assured I same course at Port Hueneme, 2 bdrm brick house turn, 2348 ..
I Ladies' Auxiliary : of a job well done. She California. Somerset Rd. Mrs. Holden, Ph.
charges 10 cents above max I Congratulations are in order 2-4886. .
imum Ethel the 10 I Furn. 2 bdrm house 466 Milwau.
wages. says this week to Mr. C. O. Loveland, |
I Initiates i Members rents goes for a bottle of lini I contract superintendent whose kee Ave. Orange Park Mr. Nel.
ment. family increased by one baby girl son.
Four more members were initiated ; Fire Chief Donald Moran has born October 11, 1950. named Furn. apt. in Riverside. One child

into Unit 91, Ladies' Aux-i s just returned from a three week. Paula Louise. Mr R. R. Brog. I ""-- --.'-" accepted Mrs. Turch, Ph. 2-
iliary of The Fleet Reserve Asso- course in Radiological Defense, II don, contract section is spending ) Toole I 7396.
ciation when they met last Tuesday i, Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, the week in Detroit. We welcome Van AF1 I Unfurn apt. 4342 San Juan Ave.
in the Cumberland Md. the Forest into our May be seen after 6:20: PM.
i evening j Taking course now are Dupont pencil and began figuring. Whenhe a
\ Road Community Center. Lt. (jg) Hill assistant maintenance Department who has been assigned finished he had discovered Mrs. Eunice.
Accepted were Mrs. Irene Dit- superintendent, Mr. F. H. I to the Mail File Unit. Meriam i that he had photographed I 3 rm furn apt. in Ortega, 4162 .
mars, Mrs. Dorsetta Smith, Mrs. McKinley, maintenance divisionand Denmark of the Typist Pool is',' one of the Captains at some every time 1 I Oxford Ave., Mrs. Moore, Ph.
Maude Turner and Mrs. Mary I Mr. C A. Tovey, design helping out in Maintenance these' during his Navy and civilian photographic I 25068.
Teresa Bache Mr, E. J Rm. and board for 2 working
Dodson. Mrs. past superintendent. Megon- days.
Chaplain was a guest. ..' --- .n. T Toole :photographed career: \OIlII1IiUIU-_____u- I I I I girls 5144 Bland Rd. Mrs. Me.
It'was that Mrs. Stel- Crane. Ph. 2-8819.
suggested !
officers Mason and Price FOR SALE
la Ladesky, hospital Chairmanfor wile
he was a civilian
attached 8x10 ft.
House Trailer
Ladies' Auxiliary and
the PhotOg-I
in Jacksonville
rapher .
I 2
screened rm. Mr Hethcote,
Duncan memberof
Mrs. Margaret a his entry into service.
9180. Under $300. ,
the committee together with Gavin, Smith and Regan went ] MISCELLANEOUSRide : .-
Hugh Duncan, Welfare Chairman down before Toole's flash bulbs from Southside to "
for Branch 91, FRA make weekly when he was stationed with OTU wanted .
visits to the Naval Hospital, giv- Naval Air NAS and return evenings .Call
No. 4, a part of the Operational Mrs. Dees. Ext. 393.
and spreading
ing magazines Training Command,
of Im-
Ride wanted from vicinity
cheer to all the men and women
then located at NAS Jackson-
to hrs. 7:30
eson Airport NAS. :
who are patients there. ville. Captains Brady, Duckworth,
to 4:00: PM. Dorothy Walton, fV/
There will bea "Come As YouAre"
and have beenToole's
Malstrom Day >
Stock Unit #5 Supply. Ext. :
November 8 at
breakfast, victims since he has been

1000 .in the home of Mrs-Frances s NARTU's photographer. 8144.--- .------------. ---.. ..
Wilczewski, 1377 Hamiltol Street.'flitcommitteelrt Besides having snapped all the r Toole has a few other honors

t' charge* include'bUmZfrjiuitm Commanding Officers, he has also that he has gathered up on his
qpia' Iti 14fs.'4 Admiral who long career. He is an associate
';: >ViKLJKV BkU] Turner, photographed every
r. ; has ever been stationed here. Admirals member of the National Press
; ,. R furnishedto
w ;.. Cook and McFall while a Photographers Association and
t '; r S:nc' t- civilian. Admirals Shafroth, Da- also a member of'the Photogra
r r '" rtonn< 'the i vison and Litch while with OTU phers Society of America. One of
l ed for
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::;r.\, ,? ?,_ ?Chti.tinas'.ellare-t party'for A No. 4 and Admirals Durgin, Cas- his aerial photographs has been
a ?!ti < xEVERYONE- sady and Montgomery while at used as a cover on Naval Avia
,ftr ee:il *. the needy and will be com- NARTU. tion News. ''',
'Ipleted" 'in* November 13th
meeting. There will iko be a a ,..

f .:, 'Ineetmg.White Elephant"-sale at the next ; Send Your Jax Air News Home

t' Mrs. Juanita Schuller reported
;_ the luncheon held recently was a
complete success.and it was voted TO
t :
to have another in March. PLACE
\- Mrs. Dorsetta Smith who i is co- TWO

i leader of a Girl Scout troop at .. i! CENT
Naval Air Station discussed
the '
'\: with the. members the progress LIKES TO LOOK BEAUTIFUL-Yes, every lady .: ", STAMP -
being wade in organizing this likes to' look her best, especially these 'windy days. Hut milady ,: HERE,
group and thanked Unit !91 as living aboard or Dear the station can remedy her hair-beautitying
I iy:.. iponsoru. problems by visiting the Station Beauty Shop located in the rear ; e; .
-x-,- of the Navy Exchange cafeteria Here Mrs. Tellier, wife of Chester I .fROM:.
A Sign In store window; AJ'lrai' Tellier, Ant, of Fasron Six, has her hair set by Mrs. Atlien I,
book. 15! cents. With addresses. Atchley. You'll like the prices, too- fW.OX where. Hut the job always U professional(


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