Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1950
Frequency: weekly
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Navy Planning To Call Up 31,000 Reserves . (Page Four]

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. Commander N aval Air Bases Sixth Naval Dls"trlctand Commander Fleet Air Wing; 11
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.1- 1 Huge RenovationProgram



y2-Million To Be SpentOn

NATTC Area BuildingsNews

was received this week from Washington that the

Navy will spend between $500,000! and $750,000 for rehabili-

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p Training Center at NAS Jacksonville.A .
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preliminary economic surveyof
the extensive project was made OfficersRecommended
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about a year ago by Public Works
department of the station, whenit
was discovered that consider- for
able loss to the Navy would re-
cult if the buildings were left to
deteriorate. The training center, : Commander Rank >

..,. familiarily known as NATTC, 1
t was transferred to Memphis, Nineteen lieutenant comI -
Tenn. in 1948. 4
I manders attached the Na-

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the roofs, replacing rotting lumber here are included in the

...I M v and repainting exteriors. long list of officers recommended -
... There will also be some interior
by President Tru-
NiW: SQUAUItoNJUtlVtS: renovation and restoration of
-The very first contingent of collaterial equipment such as gal man for promotion to the

Patrol Squadron 861, assigned ley and office furnishings, lockers grade of commander for temporary -

to Fleet Air Wing Eleven: is and similar essentials.No service.
definite use for the buildings Two Jacksonville brothers, Ia dr.
shown above immediately upon I has been divulged by the Charles G. Strum, Administration
arrival by plane last Wednes Navy. |I officer of NAS end Lcdr. Louie W.
day. Left to right are Sylvester Si pZa I, The Public Works department Strum Jr., executive officer of a

Luciano, nus N ; Russell is also conducting soil permeability I I blimp squadron based at NAP
tests at the fuel terminal to Weeksvtlle, S. C., are among those
Schoonover, ADK1; Robert I
determine water seepage throughthe winning promotions. They ate the
Rudd, AI.AN: Walter Guy SN; dirt berms. The tests are be- : sons of Judge Louie Strum Sr" .,
Wallace Kennedy, ADK1: ; Will, ing conducted for the Bureau of | former Judge ot the U. S. District
dair Jones, ADK2: ; and Louis Yards and Docks and l should! be Court Southern District of Flor !
Lt completed by the end of next ida and now judge of the U. S.
Hatch ADK2.: Kneeling are
week. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Cir-
John llenning and Lt. (jg) --

James Fowden, pilot and copilot cuit.The .it-commendations for naval

respectively. Commanding Heart Combine promotions were approved by the
.. officer of the new squadronLcdr. ;i resident following a report of a "
a / | line selection board
George Wilson, left, is 3 .. Offers ThanksA : action.i .
welcomed aboard by Capt. .. / i NAS officers recommended for
a of thanks for the 1
George Montgomery; Com .. message 'advance In rank include Lcdr. Gul-
contribution given by the Naval
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven: 'I ? !seppi Macn, Industrial Relations
Air Station to the Heart Association I
officer; Lcdr. James P. Lynch.
'. : X't. fund has been
at the right. .r campaign Communications officer; l.cdr.Paul .
received from officials of the
,. I George. Assistant Operations
Florida Heart
: officer: Lcdr. Howard Moore Legal .-
Armistice Day Celebration I Expressing: gratitude for the officer and Lcdr. Robert Clements -
splendid support given by the Engineering officer. O & R.
Air Wing 11 John A.
r station
Rudd execu-
(Please<< << Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)Station )
tive secretary of the Florida

Greets NewSquadron !Slated For Jax SaturdayNaval station Heart a letter.Association personnel to the,commandingofficer. in thanked the formof the : ----.x-Gives

Air Station personnel will play a prominent part in Arm- A check tor $91lr, derived $4,078 To J
istice Day celebrations in this area Saturday as the nation pauses from proceeds of the giant Navy -
Having completed refresher' to pay t tribute to its World War dead.A i Carnival for Charity held at r ,

training at Corpus Christi!,, landing forces ot two Navy the station, was presented re- Chest Drive
platoons and a Marine color guard Day commanding officer cently to the Heart Associationin
Patrol Squadron 8fil( formerly will participate in the Jackson will review the parade, along its drive for funds.Reader's I
a reserve unit based at Nor- ville parade which begins at 1000. with other military and civilian The real worth of the Navy
I dignitaries The parade forms at Carnival held last
A Navy platoon and a Marine April for
folk and recently reactivated,, color guard will also take part in Clay, north of Adams at 1000. Guide the benefit of approved Jacksonville -
the observance at Fernan- Captain W. A, Miller of the Jacksonville -
arrived at the Naval Air Station charities is
dina and a Marine firing squad Police department will Variety is the keynote of to- i
'It f last week to begin its will make an appearance at the serve as grand marshall. 'I day's issue of the Jax Air News up now as more than/UOOC() )(:

new assignment as a unit of Jacksonville Beach celebration. I The parade, which will also include I i with feature articles galore to has been handed over to these
The accent on the parade in 'I floats provided by NAS please every reader The "guestcolumn" agencies in recent weeks.A .
Fleet Air Wing Eleven downtown Jacksonville will be on I and NARTU among others will on sports on page 6 con check for $3,263,13 has beer
the military, with representatives' conclude with an address by tinues in this edition. Here's your .
The first contingent of the new U.I presented to the Navy Relief Society
made its lot about 25 veterans organizations I II S. Senator Spessard Holland guide: and $2,440.47 more to the
squadron appearance participating, in addition to Navy Hemming Park. Capt. Charles Classified Bulletin Page 8 Red Shield Service Men's Clubof
here last Wednesday, with the I I and Army units About seven!I II Dittmar, senior chaplain of the Catholic Kites .._... Page 3 I Jacksonville. Both organizations
remainder of the group hittingthe bands including the Army Reserve station, will deliver the invoca- New Squadron .. _. Page 1 serve the Navy well. And
deck over the weekend.On I band, will be in the march. tion. NARTU Notes ..Page 2Sports more recently the American
Local Officers To Review Governor Fuller Warren of Pages 6, 7
I Heart
was witha
hand to greet the I Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery I Florida and Governor Herman Renovation Program Page 1 I check for $815.78 presented and the ,1-
officer of VP-BtJl, Lcdr. Commander Fleet Air Jack.sonville Talmadge will be present for the Vision Survey Page 4 American Cancer Society 't

George H. Wilson, who arrived i _and Capt. Douglas T. ceremonies.WarningCheck Washington__Report _.Page 2 I ed $800, all derived from proceedsof receiv-y\
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with the final contingent, was the giant carnival.
I Capt. George C. Montgomery, This week the biggest check of

Eleven.Commander Fleet Air Win g 'I Housing Before Moving Dependents |II IIThe contribution all-Community$4,078,91will Chest to the as present the go station's to Red the

Composed entirely of reserves, .\ warning has been issued extent of the acuteness: of rooms, without utilities. Feather Community Chest drive.It .
the newly activated squadron was 'I represents one of the biggest
formed and officially commissioned by the Navy that personnel every area has been determined, 'I Summary of the situation in single contributions of any group
following of the situa New Orleans is that loy'
at Norfolk, Va. in April I a survey -rent during the drive.
tion. At Norfolk, rentals are housing (unfurnished) for enlist. The charity fund derived from
1U4G and was placed on active where the housing situation is I available in excess of $85 a ed men with children are available !;i the carnival relieves the stationof
status. in August of this year. month There\ Is no shortage ofr with a one to four weeks supporting numerous drives
Now an active operating organization critical, without I first making:I' hotel accommodations. San r: wait. Private housing runs there carried on throughout the year
a status to which per- arrangements for housing, Francisco. Rentals rates for available : from ?r)0 up for one bedroom and Plans to repeat the carnival next
sonnel of the unit unanimously The areas named are Norfolk, I housing in San Diego are' much more for' 2 bedrooms. Hotel year are already underway with t
volunteered Patrol Squadron 881 I Vs., San Francisco, Calif, San ', said to be excessive. At Quonset accommodations: :are scarce. Auto auditions goip* on for a talent
... will step right t into it N new< roleas Diego. Calif., Quonset Point, U I Imd Point, rentals run between $(.)1)') courts are available at $5 per' show to raise expense money for
a unit of the Fl?<'?. day and uy in Mew Ode'ins. 'lie spring event.

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JAX AIR NEWS 9 November 1950


Jax Air NevIs Report From Washington

Station.Published Jacksonville every Fla.NAS Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air i,629,798 Holding NSLI PoliciesNew -


Cent.Comdr.Douglas Porter T F. Day.Bedell. Commanding Executive Officer Officer Athletic Training Program Begun For Waves

Fleet Air Jacksonville (By Armed Forces Tress Service) trict competition. At least seven sports-bas-
Rear Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander National Service Life Insurance is growingat ketball, softball, volley ball bowling, golf

Capt. Allen Smith___.____ ..._.._.....* Chief of Staff the rate of 10,000 new policies a month, ac- tennis, and swimming-have been mentioned. .
Fleet Air Wing Eleven cording to the Veterans Administration. The Other sports are being encouraged where
Capt. George C. Montgomery Commander I I VA summary showed 5,629,798 NSLI policiesin facilities ,ermit. Awards will be presented
Comdr. Charles Robertson... _.. Chief Staff Officer force at the end of August. Face value of winners in the seven major sports. The
Naval Hospital all policies held by Servicemen and women awards will be in two forms, Secretary of the
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer and veterans of World War II is $35,872,733,000of Navy certificates and letter awards, "N" or
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer which $27 billions is in term insuranceand "M".
81/3 billions is in converted policies.
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp.. Commanding Officer Blue overcoats for Air Force airmen now Army policy governing leave during the
1950 holiday period has been announced.
are available the commands for
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration distribution USAF Training will be suspended at Army installations .
building. Phone extension 8184. headquarters has an- in the continental United States for the
nounced. Approval by the of De-
observance of Armistice Day, Thanksgiving
Editor-Andrew H. Planey ,
fense is expected within the near future to
Staff Member: Bob Joyce J03. permit exchange of OD overcoats for the Christmas and New Year's Day, 1951. Com-
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station manders are authorized to grant leaves to personnel
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat new clothing who can be spared. Such leave will be
no expense to the government and in compliance; with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev Meanwhile, it was revealed that the Air leave
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Force plans to have available for distributionby governed by appropriate regulations.
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and *
March 1951 uniform items for
he: U. S. Naval Hospital.The summer
JAX AIR NEWS Is a memoir of the Armed Forces Press Service. Re- women in the AF. USAF also hopes to have Col. Edwin A. Ilenn has assumed com-
production of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republlcatlcn available by Sept. 1, 1951, items of the blue mand of Camp Kilmer, N. J. recently reactivated -
Ct other matter, exee pt by service publications 1* prohibited without permission Henn veteran of both
of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. uniform for distribution to WAFs. by the Army. Col. a
World Wars, comes to Kilmer from the

A new athletic training program for the Kearney, N. J., Naval Yard, where he was assigned -
Navy's WAVES has been formulated that to the office of the senior instructorfor
I will probably include "intramural" and dis- the Organized Reserves of New Jersey.

l1l' i WeekendWincfTafk >r .

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-r MlI.RTOFlying Thursday, November 9

7:30: p.m. Singing wheels club
transportation to the rink, 8:00:
Leathernecks of VMF-144 reported for duty this week p.m. polka and square dancing.
with red feathers in their civilian lapels, and changed to winter Friday, November 10
greens laden with battle ribbons' that recalled duty of World 7:00 Beach
War.. II. : p.m. Hayrldo party;
hamburger fry, contact office; In "
In with the Jack-
cooperation the club game night.Saturday .

sonville Community Chest fund 83 Processed In November 11

Lieut. James O. Harley in- Open house; ping pong & slif-
viewed Major Thomas E. Mob-' fle board; at 1:30 p.m. Notre

Ii ley, VMF 144 commanding offi- NavCad ProgramA Dame vs. Pittsburgh on television.
Armistice Day DanceRaymondGage
cer; Lt. Byon M. Marris adju- total of 83 men have been enlisted jr and Band, 8 p.m.

,._ ,;. ... J{, tant, and S/Sgt Thomas P. Bartleson in the Naval Aviation Cadet Sunday, November 12
-- who expressed the hope that program thus far this year by 10-12 Java hour; 6:00: p.m. Bnf- .

BOOST CHEST FUND DRIVE-Marine Reservists of Fighter NARTU Jax would support the the NARTU Jax NavCad Pro- fet Supper; 7:30: p.m. around the
Squadron \ IF-IU pledge their all-out cooperation in the 1950 fund drive. curement office, with 15 men already piano also excellent television
Community Chest campaign at Naval Air Reserve Training Unit I sent to Pensacola for training shows.
here during a radio interview. Left to right are First Lt. Byon Contributions for the Marine Monday, Jfoven/jer 13
:Morris, Major Thomas Mobley, First Lt. James Hardin (WPDQ Corps Memorial, a fifty-foot All of the 83 were sworn in V-5 Bowling club; in the club infor-
monument of
bronze the
program director) and S/Sgt. Thomas Bartleson. capture USNR, inactive, upon their application mal dancing.
of Mt. Surabachi to be
Tuesday, November 14
and must await orders
erected in Washington D. C., from the Bureau of Naval Per- 9-10 Dance class. Easy to learn

Grand For EM were accepted by Captain EberB. sonnel for orders to transfer to steps with professional instruc-
Opportunity Phillips. Captain Phillips reports flight school. tions.

that the fund campaign The NavCad program closed Oc- Wednesday, November 15 .
has been successful. tober 24, but NARTU Jax reports Candle light club; floor show ..
To Enter Academy CollegeThe Organization of a VMF-144 bas- that a new quota, to be alloted chorus line; duets, solos; small
ketball team to be entered in the for this area, will be announced band.
city commercial League, is still
opportunity for enlisted in the tentative stage. M/Sgt.

men to enter the Naval of from these the courses Educational may Services be secured office John N. Ware the team.Personnel is in. charge of organizing soon.DIVINE Theatre ,.

Academy at Annapolis, or in building 955.
Personals 2nd. Lt.
otherwise obtain a college education Notice has also been given of a Nalton M. Bennett and: 1st Lt. Guide

leading to a commission program providing for appoint- Clarence O. McBride formerly SERVICES

is stressed again in the ment of qualified enlisted person- associated with VMF-144 as volunteer Thursday, November
October 15 Navy Department nel to commissoioned grades in officers, are now on ac- AT THE STATION CHAPELS "Blazing Sun" ___ Gene Autry
the Naval Reserve. The programhas tive duty.
Bulletin.In already been established, and Protestant Friday, November 10
The stork honored VMF-144
a circular letter reviewingthe details for procedures for Reserve twice within the month with ar- 0930-Services. All Saints' Cha- "Edge of Doom".Dana Andrews

requirements dependent on enlisted personnel on active duty, rivals at the homes of 1st Lt. pel (Sunday School) Saturday, November 11
passing an examination given on as well as for regular Navy en- George Register and S/Sgt. Jl. F. "Song of Surrender" Claude ..
the third Wednesday in July of listed personnel, will be announced Mortimer. Both were boys. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Rains
1045 All Saints
each year, a list of suggested subJects I in the very near future. Chapel. Sunday, November 12

for preparing for the exam- -xladies The insurance salesman was Catholic "Jackpot" _.__-__.._._ James Stewart
ination is appended. The list includes talking to a friend. He said: Monday, November 13
0830-Mass St Edward's Chapel.
algebra, plane geometryand Auxiliary "You know I served in the "Guilty Bystander" ..._-___ Zachary
plane trigonometry, English, Navy during World War II." 0330-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate- Scott
American history and physics. "You did? Did you get a com- chism Class). Tues.-Wed., November 14-15
I 13All
Whether the candidate elects Meets Nov. mission?" 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL "King Solomon's Mines" ..._Deb-

education manuals designed for. members of Unit 91, Ladies "Naw. I just got a straight sal- _._ orah Kerr ...._..._
self study or class use or correspondence ary. 0645-Mass Hospital Chapel. -xUniform -
let- Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve As-
courses providing sociation are urged to attend the OK'd By Navy "
son- rading depends up
on his own preference. However, next meeting to be held Monday, Technicians
For Civvy
2000 at the Cum
November 13 at
it is pointed out that for the average rr .-e
student who wishes thor berland Community Center. Washington (API'S)-The Sec-

ough coverage, correspondencecourses The membership drive is pro- retary of the Navy has approved .
are probably preferable. gressing nicely, with all eligible uniforms to be worn by civilian '

Information of the availability women being rounded up as pros- technicians serving with the Na-
pective members. Wives, mothers, vy. The apparel Is similar to
sisters and daughters (over 16) those prescribed for a commis-
Doctors RegisterFor of a member of the Fleet Reserve sioned naval officer, except thatno
Association, or a widow of a Fleetor Mr distinctive rank, corps device or
Marine Reservist, are eligible < sMyY > other naval Insignia will be worn.
Possible Call for membership.Final r Approval of the uniforms was

arrangements will be com- made to assist in establishing status
Wellington (AFPS-A total of pleted for the Auxiliary's ChrIst- of the technicians in event of

21,101 physicians, dentists and mas program of aiding needy fam their capture by an enemy.
veterinarians registered for a pos ilies.
sible call to 21 months of military .
service in the recent registrationof Need Women Workers 19 Local Officers
medical men held by Selective
Service. Washington (AFTS) American (Continued from Page 1)
The group included 13,9C8 women, not now in the pres- ; t Officers of the Fleet commands
physicians, 4,898 dentists, and ent labor force were urged recently recommended for promotion, Lieu
to seek jobs during the cur- tenant Commanders, are, George
2,144 veterinarians.Those ,,. ...,. .. ...
registered were men de- rent emergency. .... ,,,, ,, -- -:- Wood, Irvin G. Peters, Charles W.

ferred during World War II .to Frieda S. Miller, Director of the NARTU GETS FEMININE TOUCH-The feminine touch has Gunnels, Jr., John E. Lacoutrc,
continue their education either at Department of Labor Women's Bu- been added to the operations of things: at NARTU, Jax. The first Ray C. Tylutkl, Charles C. Alns-
their own or Government expense, reau, pointed out that the "strik- two feminine "Weekend Warriors", WAVES Louise Bragg YNSN, worth. Ralph I.. Werner, William
and who spent less than 21 monthsIn ing difference between current left, and Ethel Coxon, DT2, have started drilling with the local E. Fly, Vincent U. Muirhead,
military service. Those who emergency and 1940 is the ab- reserve unit. Louise is employed in Public Works department here, Charles D. Fonvlello August W.
served less than 90 days will report sence today of a large reserve of while Ethel' who served here before is the wife of Chief John Elliott Jr., James C. McCoy Ross
for duty first. unemployed." Coxon of NAS. B. Spencer and Pleas E. Greenlee. ,.

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9 November 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


VA Reveals Research In Aeroballistics ITo

Next NSLI -4 Be Reviewed At Texas U. f 1

Navy research progress in supersonic !
Refund Near air flow problems relatedto Dahlgren, Virginia; Project Bum. ;

guided missiles, rockets, bombs, blebee, Johns Hopkins University I
Washington (AITS) Servicemen and projectiles will be reviewedat Applied Physics Laboratory, Sil !
and veterans of World War __ Yx a symposium on aeroballistics ver Springs, Maryland, and Project 1
"f. II, who are holders .of National sFfIJI to be held at the University of Meteor, Massachusetts Institute I'

Service Life Insurance policies, Texas Austin, Texas, on November of Technology, Cambridge, r'
may share in a second insurance 16 and 17. Massachusetts. \
; dividend of about ?1 billion.
The symposium will be
; The Veterans Administrationhas presented by the Navy Bureau of Nov. 15 DeadlineFor
announced the tentative dividend Ordnance and five of its major agencies
and set March, 1951, as the in the research field, Rear
I target date to begin payments. Admiral A. G. Noble, Chief of the All Overseas
\ Veterans Administrator Carl Bureau of Ordnance announced.A t
R. Gray, Jr. will make the final
'I committee headed by E. A
decision on the when
.. he returns from payment Europe about Eaton, Johns Hopkins University Parcel MailingThe
November 20. 1 Applied Physics Laboratory, is i
formulating the symposium program Post Office Department
The V.A. still is
I for the first N.SL.I.sending dividend which will include conducted again this year is making a special -
effort to Christmas
which totaled 2800000000. tours through the University's De- move
Up fense Research mails early.
!" to August 31, 15,100,000 checks Laboratory and
had been mailed, accounting for off-campus Research Center. The Department reminds postal
$2.650,000,000 of this amount. Participating in the symposiumwill patrons that November 15 is the
The Administration said the second '\ be personnel from the Naval deadline for mailing all packages

dividend will go to a maxi I. Ordnance Laboratory, Silver destined for overseas delivery, but
mum of about six million policyholders 'I. Springs Maryland, Naval Ord- the Department urges that such
It will coyer dividends nance Test Station, Inyokern, Cali- parcels should be sent as soon as

earned for the three years 1948- fornia; Naval Proving Ground, possible.In .
'51. Those whose policies lapsed order to carry the mail-early
before 1948 will be excluded. story to the public the Post Office

... 19 Atlantic Department is presenting a
J series of four radio programs over
Statistical Clerk the Mutual Broadcasting System

__._..__u- _,,"'_ Cruises ForReservists network.
Position OpenA Postmaster General Jesse M.
CONFIRMATION CEREMONY-The Most Reverend ThomasJ. Donaldson will appear on the first
vacancy exists in the posIt McDonough, auxiliary Bishop of St. Augustine is shown bestow broadcast known as "Washington
tion of Statistical Clerk, GS-6, in ing the Sacrament of Confirmation on James O'DonnclI, AF1, at Report" that will originate from
the Overhaul and Repair Depart St. Edward's Chapel during ceremonies last Sunday. Assistingin the Nation's Capital on Sunday,

ment, it has been announced by the ceremony are Monsignor James Meehan, left, of Jacksonville The Navy has scheduled 19 At- November I 5 from 2:45: to 3:00:
the Industrial Relations depart. and Father Peter Brewerton, right, of Green Cove Springs. lantic Fleet training cruises for P.M. (E.S.T.) The first presentation
ment. will be "American Ships
To fill the vacancy applicationsare Naval Reserve officers and en- Carry the Mail"

requested from employeeswho Bishop McOonough OfficiatesAt listed men. in November and December Other programs, all dramatic

consider themselves qualified The cruise documentaries, in the series are
ships which will depart
for the position.In scheduled for November 19, "Am.
from and return to East and
addition to meeting mini erican Railroads Carry the Mail";
mum civil service requirements Gulf Coast ports, can carry a December 3, "United States Air
Catholic Confirmation RitesThe maximum of 325 officers and
for promotion to the position as 500 enlisted 2- lines Carry the Mail"; and the fie
set forth in IRD memorandumNo. men from 38 east- nal show on December 17 .will be
57, selection of the applicantfor ern, southern, and midwestern "Uncle Sam Delivers the Mail",
recommendation to the com- Most Reverend Thomas /states All of these shows are scheduledto
and Daniel Finnell, torchbearers; Practically all members of the
officer for Re.
promotion to appear on "Washington
J. McDonough auxiliary I Organized and Volunteer
the vacancy will be based on James Liteky, mlstrebearer and Reserveof port".
Eugene Peltier, crizier bearer the Navy may volunteer for
other factors such as intelligence, Bishop of St. Augustine, officiated
attitude A Mrs. Ruth Piva and the Sodality the cruises.. Requests for active
and other points. writ-
ten test may be required. at the ceremony of Eucharistic committee were in i duty for training from members
-x- the bestowal of the Sacra charge of the decoration of the altar I of the Volunteer Reserve must be
and Mrs. June Crotty along accompanied, however, by an af-
Finds Makes ment of Confirmation at St. I
.. Popcorn with the Social committee, han fidavit of availability for mobilization -
Good Packing Cushion Edward's Chapel here last died the reception after the cere Requests for active duty I,
Sunday. mony. Herbert Romine and J. P. with pay will not be approved I
llenssclaerN. Y. (AFPS)- A at Kavinsky: served as ushers. unless the affidavit positively
Assisting Bishop :McDonough
local pharmaceutical plant has The visiting clergy were guestsat states that the individual is avail-
of the
the one high-
turned up with a novel idea for ceremony Edward's the Officers' Club later in the able for duty within 30 days after
of the at St.
packaging fragile items. Insteadof lights year evening. mobilization date.
using the customary excelsior, Chapel, were Father Peter Brew In the case of Volunteer Reser-
erton of Green Cove Springs and Memphis, Tcun. (AFPis) Ask
the company is experimentingwith Father Joseph Corde of St. Math- Ladies To vists who are employees of the Bob Trundle what his girl friend's
popcorn. They say popcorn. Church of Jacksonville. Mon- Sodality U. S. Government, the affidavit name is and he'll probably stick
... is less expensive and has greater James Meehan Immaculate will be submitted by an officialto out his tongue. Don't hit him,
signor Meet November 15
cushioning effect. whom the reservist -
-- Conception Parsh, Jacksonville and is responsible though. Her name is tattoed on
Father Patrick Nolan of St. Paul's The Ladies Sodality of st. Ed- I the tip of his tongue.
Church also participated in the ward's Chapel will hold its regular -x-
function, with Father DuBois of monthly meeting Wednesday I Well Whadda Ya Know Buffalo, N. Y. (AFPS-Shades
St. Augustine as master of cere November 15 at 1930 at the small : of history! Ordered to duty by
monies. chapel. Planes With 'his Selective Service Board in Sal-
Big Class Confirmed :Main item on the agenda will amanca, N. Y., was Abraham Lin
be reports from the following com Ohio (AFPS) Latest cola
> iz Guards of honor to the Bishop
mittee representatives: Mrs. Ruth model military airplanes are now
McDonough were John Herman, Piva Eucharistic: :Mrs. Marilyn sporting zippers which work ex- Gallup, N. M. (AFPS) The
William Ihurston, Sherman Lloyd, Kordeck, Our Lady's; Mrs. Lucille actly the same way as those foundin Navajo Indians have forsaken
David Miller, David Vigil and Joseph Carpentar, Catholic Truth; Mrs. overshoes, briefcases, pocket- their age-old rain-making rites.
Kordek. St. Edward's choir,
June Crotty, Social Life and Mrs. books, etc. The only differenceis During a recent drought an inch-
under the direction of Edward seal air- and-a-half of rain was produced
Laura Romine, Apostolic that rubber lips the
Bryan, furnished the music. Guest speaker for the eveningwill plane zipper against liquids and when the Indians hired a professional

.. With Comdr. Shirley A. Fuhringand be Rev Joseph Corde of St. gases, providing a complete seal rain-maker.
Ensign Elizabeth Sebestyansky Mathews Church of Jacksonville. from zero pressure up to the
as sponsors, the followingclass Ladies of St. Edward's Chapel are structural strength of the fasten- .' Meriden, Conn. (AFPS-A radio
was confirmed: Mary Miller cordially invited to attend. 'I. show M. C. handcuffed a lady

Kathryn Brannigan. William Mrs. Stella Lodesky president, er.The zippers are currently being to a male guest for a gag. After
Schobert, Edward Carpenter, assisted by Mrs. Terry Kuckuck, I used on such planes as the B-47, 1 the show it took police and a lock
Richard Riley, Theresa Bernadini, vice-president, and Mary Logan, fast jet bomber, the B-36 and the smith two hours to separate them.
Donald Carver, James O'Donnell, secretary, will preside. I P2V.DEMONSTRATE The original key broke in two.
Aileen Hartnett, Anne LeBlanc
Rheba O'Brien, Paul Bascomb, Washington (AFPS) The Society
Clifford Magoun, Robert Sourbeer R for Philosophical Inquiry
Margaret Owens, Carol Owens, has closed shop after 66 years. .t
4 Ni Vergil Placidi, Harry Kennon, Wil- Reason: Man doesn't want to
lard Oleson, Kenneth Gillis, Jule think. Its last publication was,
Gillis, Albert Waye, Salvatore e "The Intelligence of a Bee."
Paghara Libby Garvey, Roland g

,y i Asch, Ruby Dodson, Robert Bes Albuquerque, N. 31. (AFPS)-
e. sette, William Bessette. Among the reasons for being intoxicated

Impressive Ceremony is this one which pop .,

Kenneth: Bessette, Stephan Low- ped up in court: "I was out with -14
three and I had bottle ,
Toni Frank men a of
ry, Lowry, Lodesky,
John Adams, Fred Burtch, Charles ;,, scotch. The" other three were tee.

Benda, Robert Mastromano, John totalers.

Gammuto, Donald Reed, Woodrow Deland, Fla. (AFPSWhile)
Hurley, Richard Covey, Robert Evens checking a laundry bag, Ed Caf- ,
Frank Nicastrl, Fannie Trut- fin, automatic laundry operator,
ter, Ludwig Turnquist and William felt a bite. When he dumped out

Fraser. the bag's contents a set of false
Active in the procession and teeth smiled up at him.
'. sanctuary were John Crotty, cross- k
bearer; James Deworken, thurifer; North Holderncss, N. II. (AFPS) j
Patrick Litcky and Michael Kel. -William Colby drives into town
CllASII AT SEA-This seriesof ley, acolytes; Anthony Fabian, k only once a week. As a result his
graphic pictures shows a John Anderson, Ernest Anderson, : 1919 Ford has only 5,003 miles on
Navy Corsair piloted b: Ensign f the meter.
Jim Brogan of Detroit, crashing .
into the sea after takeoffrun For The Best Show St. Vincent, Minn. (AFPS)-Dr.
Carl Karliisky delivered a seven-
during the Inchon landings.No. ..
1 plane curves off carrier On The Airwaves N<-"""" --.- ------- .M" pound baby girl to Mrs. Byron
deck. No. 2, black smoke billows Doran at the hospital here as Waters
as craft hits water. No. 3,* Tune WNAV FIRE POWER-Latest developments in pow I from a flash flood lapped at
plane settles in sea and No. 4, In erful weapons were displayed before members of the American the doors. The doctor wore hip
y Ensign Brogan rescued by helicopter Ordnance Association recently at Aberdeen Proving Grounds boots after his arrival by amphibious '
,. is escorted across deck 2000, Dec. 6 Md. Many of the spectators had helped to develop the weaponsat jeep Hnth"r and daughter 1
for treatment. factories throughout the nation. are doing fine.

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Four NEWS 9 November 1950


J.. Vision Survey Determines

r 1a. e ,

SALTY HUMOR FROM Extent Of Eye DeficiencyAn

HERE AND THERE Industrial Vision Survey, Instituted for the purpose of determining

I those personnel who are in need of eye correction in order _
main Come
MP (at gate): on,
Joe. get a move on. What's the I that they may perform their tasks in a safe and efficient manner, is

matter with you? being conducted at various departments of the Naval Air Station.
Army Truck Driver: I'm all I t i2 R4r,tk,1a
tit -------------
right, thanks, but my engine's The survey, it is being pointedout adequate without the aid of corrective ..
will serve' only as a guide in
I lenses' will be Issued Piano
determining who shall be referredto
or plain
I safety glasses
optometrists or ophthalmologists -
Airman: I want some winter
i for examinations to conect Personnel! not engaged 'in eye-
Underwear. visual deficiencies. hazardous work and who have
NX Clerk: How long? I Y r been screened on the Oitho-Rater ,

Airman to :rent How the long underwear I don'twant ; I. 6 I THIS IS ALL BRING done with will tests be advised where of results of their ,..
I I the use of an Ortho-Rater, an Instrument and are
want to buy it |
noted' it will be recommended that
used for measuring ,vision -
they seek the cervices of a professional .,
Grandpa wasn't much on etiquette The survey is now being" conducted '
but he knew what was with the Ortho-Rater, at optometrist at their ownexpt'l1sf'

good for him. At a formal dinner the Overhaul and Repair depart rIn
the maid served him coffee. I ment and will next be extended to order to dispel any fears on

He took one gulp, and spit it out. the Supply-Fiscal department. The the put of personnel concerned,
Everybody: gaped. "Waal," he program has been completed at officials make It clear that this

drawled, as he looked at the surprised Public Works department., survey will, in no way, jeopardizethe

faces around him, "That Allied to the Navy Department employees' job status or rating

coffee was too hot. Many a dang Eye-Protection and Eye
.... .... ,_ .. I tEase- -- -
fool would have swallowed it -- ""' T '" .At. .xw.;<<-af tion program, the local
being conducted the Corrt'c"I
by I Travel
A bum was' sleeping behind a EYE-TESTING SURVEY-If there is anything wrong with Safety Office' The ..

bunker on a golf course when the j your ,vision the Ortho-Rater, an instrument used for measuring ficials point out, is aimed at several
around vision will bring it out The instrument is being used as a guidein I
club secretary, prowling important goals, such as Increased Ban For
gave him a good boot. I the Industrial Vision Survey being conducted here. Comdr employee efficiency, reduction Navy''r
The bum was on his feet immediately William Kenna, O & R officer, right was the first person at O & R of accidents and injuries

and asked, "who are to be screened on the Ortho-Rater, On the left is Chief W. E. ; reduction of spoilage and Increased Dependents
you?" Mason and center is assistant O & R officer Comdr Sherwood production.I'NDKK.

"I'm: the secretary of this golf Dodge. .

club," was the reply."Well. : THE 1'KOO.KAM, only t Washington (API'S: ) Partial

." disgustedly replied the To Call i personnel whose work Is classified lilting of the ban prohibiting
turn "that's a hell of a way to as being eye-hazardous and who transportation of dependents of

get ,new members.' I are found to have dt'fective'Islon, naval personnel to Pacific areas ..
shall receive' has been announced by the Navy. ,
professional care
Russian Fact--non-com.A red corpuscle is not a 31,000 By First Of Year ;and prescription ground eye safety Dependents of certain naval personnel .

glasses at no expense to them now may qualify for trans-
Some 31,000 t"n1istt'dreserves selves. Those employees, or military poitatlon to four Pacific areas at
Q.: If a buttercup is yellow, grades who have had at least six
and an undisclosed number of reserve personnel whose vision is government expense. ,
what color is a hiccup? -
officers will be called up months training There is no change to the restriction -
A, Burple
during the first half of next yearto Most of the officers'' to be re- Careful on Army dependents' ...
Be When
School Teacher: "Who defeatedthe meet the needs of the expanded called will be general duty officers travel to destinations west of the
fleet the of below the rank of lieutenant Pacific Coast It
Philistines?" Navy announced re or is the responsibility -
Pupil; "Notre Dame?" cently.In commander and the Navy Handling OxygenA of the Commanding General

addition 5,000 enlisted men announcement said that the Navy The Air Force, meanwhile,
Host: "You're not leaving now, will be recalled each month following I needs few aviators, ground aviation A Station Order to hit iiuxllflol UK previous travel

are 'ou' The party's Just beginning June, 1951 to fill gaps I specialists, or experts inshore Heads of to Departments calls\ attention MISJH'ltslflll, to |f'rmlt dPltetHlentato | l

," created by the discharge of an duty billets. | safety precautionsthat travel only to llauall and
must be observed in handling
Guest: "I'm Just gonna mish equal number of "involuntary" Apparently the Navy is build- Alaska l millet to theater commander .
of and In its stor-
the least train. I'll be back in a enlisted reserves each month beginning ing up for a possible 400-ship i, oxygen *' a|>|>ro\nl.
minute." next'July. II fleet which is being planned to I'i' age Oxygen, transportation under ,use.when Hawaii, Alaska, the Philippines,

The Navy also plans to musterout help the United States carry out brought into pressure contact with and the Marianas Islands now are ..

"Ginger ale, please" officers pressed into service her world wide commitments un- I grease, oil and similar substances open' to navaJ dependents when
-Pale ?" involuntarily at the rate of about der the United Nations and Atlantic will tf'8ct'lolenUy and ex- authorized by the Commander in

"No just a glass" 1,500 a month starting in October Pact Treaty.At plode instantaneously, causing Chief, Pacific Fleet, or the Com-

1951. the same time, the service possible loss of life and great mandant, 17th Naval District
"If a man smashed a clock About half of the enlisted men made clear that it to re-1
it plans damage to surrounding proper- For the time being, entry into
Could he be accused of killing
called to duty next year will be ly on reserves and volunteersnot j ty. the nth Naval District which in-
time ?
petty officers and the rest will be the draft-to keep the fleet | Personnel who have anythingat dudes the Hawaiian Islands and
"Not if he could that therlctk
struck first" prove non-rated men in the lower pay up to strength.' It warned that all all to do with the handling or Midway, will be restricted to dependents -

reserves should look for active use of oxygen, such as welding, of naval personnel who ,..

PNC: "You understand we need' ,\\1"+' duty {'al1It and when the President cutting, hospital use, or for a\i- are filling permanent billets established
or Congress declares a "new atoiH before the current
A responsible person here? breathing apparatus or emer-
Wave: ''I'm'ery responsible. emergency" requiring full mobilization the storage of oxygen containers gency. -

On my last station whenever 4kH.v should familiarize them- :Entry, a* In the case of oilier ..
there was something called a dis -x- flt'Iwith all safety precautions localities depends' iix>it a\alia-

CJ'f'p.8Ithey always said I was blllty of adequate housing Approval -
Itsponwible." Ready Marine It personnel are not familiar of entry I.. vested in area
with such! safety precautions, Comnuuxlers.
"What were you running up the they should consult their supeii- The Navy also has given authority -
Street for this morning?" Force StressedThe ors. for shipment of household
"I was running to stop a fight"
-- --- goods and privately owned automobiles

"Me"Who and was another fighting fellow?" Korean war has shown the | Cooler For Jet Pilots under certain conditions.
-- ---'- --- --
A Yg need of a ready organized Marine -

s When the soldier complained Corps at all times, General i Washington (API'S) A 20- Quacking Up!
dlKiiit feeing dark spots in frontof l Clifton Gates, Marine Corps Commandant pound air conditioning unit which a

his eyes, his girl friend exclaimed r. .,.:.,,,:. told newsmen in Wash can blow a '20-mile per hour gale, Terre haute, ml.. (API'SAir)
"Goody let's park in one ington recently. and change 60 cubic feet of cockpitair Force recruiters here thought they

i t them!" ; Insisting that the Marine air every 15:>> seconds is being produced i were quacking up, when they

: and ground forces must be keptat by United Aircraft for use heard the new enlistee's name--
.I l. wartime strength for any emergency In the North American F-68-D. | Pvt. Donald Duck.

Automatic Pilot the fighting Leatherneck, -
: chief added, "We're not going to

t. .{ .:, 1j? play with any peacetime plans
; Helicopter t :;: from now on.

.a In addition Gates said his Ma

Proves SuccessThe ;:.;.'::. f9AA rines must have huge assault hel-
icopters, each capable of landing*
t about 35 and their equipment -
Navy has developed the men I
the jn
quickly on
first mitcessful automatic pilot for .
f 'Iie.f future
f helicopters- device that is ex- any
I>ected increase. the utility of While the general steered away
r. I Ic
, rotor wing aircraft. I h : from any discussion pertainingto
Routine operation of helicopterslit I \ the congressional demands fora I
and would not
big Marine force
night or during
the future size of the
heretofore has not been forecast
,. corps, it is known that the Marines t\\
of difficulty
considered' safe because the
had but two undermanned
of maintaining constant
air when 4I
divisions and two wings
utabihty. The new automatic p1Jot -
commencedin" Korea.
will make possible normal instrument the war
I j
Since then these units have been
flight, and will decreasejilot
brought to full strength.x .
fatigue during long flights.
,"), Tests recently conducted on two -

I i" types of Navy helicopters demonstrated 131
Scout Troop
,) that the craft could be AU-

tomatically fpeed" ranges controlled in maneuvers throughouttheir Preps For CourtBoy

and while hovering The test pro- !
gram Is being continued by the "Scout Troop 131 of NAS
of Aeronautics spent the last weekend at an advancement ,
NAVY* Bureau "'. 5C .. ""
The first tests were made at the I camp at Lakawanna _. '- "?
for the --------- -
31- NAval Air Material Center, Phila- I Icklphia Springe In preparation -
Pennsylvania, in a Slkor- ,/ 'WlI ;:X 4w..,"" ..i..iU coming court of honor to be held PICKING A THOROUGHBRED-Comdr. John M. Hirst right

sky HO3S-1 single rotor helicop at (the Riverside Methodist Churchat cfficer-in-charge of the Malaria-Mosquito Control Unit No. 1, and
NICE ATTTIRE!-Surprisin' Five Point November 16, at i his assistant Chief W. R. Lowrey, are clocking some of the highbred -
what a couple of bandanas will 2000 !I cockroaches as they to about selecting the air station entry

Instruments Laboratory at the do for a girl As proof curvaceous I The troop is striving to retain in the first international "Cockroach Race" to be held December ....
) Ilea Croft. Texan, displaysthe the advancement) trophy, won at 2 at Duval County Armory With plenty of talent to choose from '"
.see.Sod proper attire fur beach the last court' of honor. All parents I at the peel control unit the local entry will be decided" upon after -.

r:' Installed! in a Fianetki XHJP 1 beauties at New Hampshire' and friends of tht Scouts are careful study The affair December 2 will be sponsored by Itranch

.> twin rotor helicopter. famous Hampton/ ..ac'h. t asked to attend tht next. court I 91, Fleet Reserve. Association.r" .

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Many, many thanks to Marvin
Highsmith and his several contributing -
assistants I :
? (among others -
: Dot Houghton and John Col-
Several months ago Jax Air; :
vin) who so ably edited this col- News boxes were placed in the 1 i
umn for the past four issues. k various sections of the Public I

.' When Lcdr. E. F. Williams, Works Department for the use of :
newest addition to Supply's fam- personnel desiring to furnish articles :
ily, first became acquainted with ) to be printed in our column. ;i
the Station in general and this So far, news has been scarce. i
department in particular, he was These are placed for your con- S
Supply & Fiscal Officer at NAS venience and any news that you ;

.... Key West (circa 1949), An inspection 45 7ff may have will be greatly appre- j
of our Commissary and r Ne} ciated. Let's make good use of

Commissary Store, as well as the SS. \ them. Jt
Base's routine relations with All who missed the danc- Sat
Key West, had so favorably impressed 1er..e+r ; R'. urday night, really missed a

-J. him with this installa- grand time. George Gemming of
tion and its operation that he ;
the Fire Department did a wonderful -
F jumped at the chance to volun- ytW y+ I job of emceeing. He and
teer for duty at Jax when a billet / Helen Roberts deserve a lot of ,
here was about to filled by the credit for the part they pla'ed'in

Bureau.Mr. helping put the dance over. The

Williams was, at that'time, I Recreation Committee of which
attached to the Supply Divisionof I Ronald R. Brogdon is Chairman,
the Bureau of Aeronauticsone certainly worked hard and' our ;
of the many and varied assignments congratulations to them for a job

.. he has had since he Jii"A _. well done .
first entered the serivce with the
Tom Andreu, as usual, was in
.,, Naval Supply Corps School in TALENT SHOW TRYOUTS-Five candidates for the coining Talent Show get In a bit of try- "high"" gear. Bennett of Utilities \}

r Washington, D. C., in March out harmonizing as Milo Jones Jr., strikes a few chords on the piano. About 30 hopefuls were I didn't miss a trick. ...Faunce Mc- a
1945. Since that date, his duties auditioned last Friday In preparation for the December 6 show Left to right, standing, are Donald Cully of Design was as graciousas J
have carried him along the coastof Adams, SN; Bernard Mutchler, Donald Smith, \'Ietor'asnt'r and Jimmy Almond. Auditions will ever even during the last half
South America from the Ama- be held time i to time until the show.
1 of the whether he
party remembers
zon to Montevideo, the Canal ----- it or not Ed Crews for-

Zone, and several Stateside Air Taxi Rates To City Crossword merly of the Power" Plant, and
Stations including Nor f 0 I Ik, I ; zzle. his spouse were there, and he was
Quonset Pt, and more recently feeling no pain. The girls were
the Bureau in Washington 'CRO" t l y s 9 'o
.. Are Now ReducedNavy 1-Fa\'or practically standing in line waiting -
.. His BS degree In mechanical j .6-Courtf'IIY title 1 12 '3 1y I for a chance to dance with
engineering was obtained from military and civilian I II-Pf'C'IIY 12-Mo\'lnl' part i ,. II I/ I Public Works Officer Comdr. Eu.
Tufts College in Medford Mass.. I } J. Peltier Edward R.
personnel will be able to travel of motor IS I. // '7 r/ 'IiI I gene
and from Tufts he went directlyto H-Anldo-fnon / / 1 Foster, assistant PWO, was cer-
General Electric Company, BS via taxt to central Jacksonville, I -8.C'rl'd money tmage V./ "9 10 21171nitFllect '/"/ tainly doing a good job during
.. turbine test engineer in nearby tnd vice versa, at reduced rates, V Vh' / the "Paul Jones"

Lynn which is also listed as his according to an announcement 16-Flerre U-Rf'f'f'nt a I.) V/'I 1S W 2. V 21 I,. We are sorry to report this
... hometown. Lynn, incidentally is 21-0l1t mound22Printer's V./: / V/-
Issued by the Yellow Cab Co.. week that Edith Wewer is still
far enough removed from Boston which 28 19 /O: 31 /' jl ; ill and once again confined to the
to miss the title of' "suburb," but operates the local taxi 21-Kumher measure I hospital. Word reached us that

close enough -for its natives to service. i t.rlaar 1 of land I fr4w she had a relapse last week and is
speak almost pure "Bostonese. I Previously operating on a me :'. seriously ill. Also sorry to report ,
Mr Williams holds membershipin ter-rate basis, the taxi service I 28-Weaken / the death of a Fireman Joab
several well-known orders!, including I 30-Singing' vo1Ce32Beverage
I Creekmore, at the Naval Hospital
will now offer a flat rate of .1' 'i 'ij 'I 4S33Toward
the Odd Fellows the Masons -
October 30. Death was attributedto
$2.50 from the station to
central '
the American Legion and I Jacksonville, or from townto i6-Notp S4-Anlma"of .nle foot : /"; y. 4, 'f8 7/ a heart attack.
the National College Fraternity, the station. Up to five passengers 36FIoC'ollnlerpd'h /, 'l/- I The Talent show is coming up
Delta Tau Delta. can ride on one flat rate 37-l.'andl. ',9 50 'l/ S I 51 51 fS'i, 5 I soon and we hope to have plenty
He comes! to us as assistant to : payment of |2.50, it has been 3 -J'o J I'tII1Iun.f'II8I\'t /. /h ; of try-outs for Public Works.
the Supply & Fiscal Officer and announced 41-\\1.11. I. V51 ..56 (' 7 y3 1 Frank Nettles is department with
hs assistant Supply Officer Com- ___ ____ I 12-H i ud ur Vh I"// Faunce McCully on the auditioning -
NAB-6. He and his wife and son I hurricane, Bob Simms of issue IA-HAltenedmtrtned) :i. It 3" :it t board. We know we have

4-yenr: old Ernest Wesley are I Control, stationed himself at the 4 -Bal, 'lonIB n folks with plenty of talent and
dells _,. :: .__..;.
comfortably quartered in Avon- : ramp in the rear of building 110, 16-Male sheep r..vws are hoping they will come out of
dale at the present and they are i to assist our lady-Supplyers to 17-Title I : 3-horl JIIClef't It-Rod 2a-J'artner.Mil 44-NotMnc their shells and let it be known.If .
looking forward to a pleasanttour I their cars. Several of those who Ii\-Vup-F.nare 6-Thr 4-Tflltonlc deity n-COUfttl' of 46-Ra\'p 46-Latvlan anyone would like to participate -
of duty while at Jax.:: i benefited from his thoughtfulness I 1 4"fl'b defect 6-Wltty saying Ada, .pllt'' I in the show they may contact -

This year's Talent Show to be I asked that mention and "H-Va' age sheep 1-Nfgatl"prefix 26-Fro"'n 21-Wln/tpd IiO-'u.h 51-"a.n. f"Indl.n I any of the following people:
held Wednesday, December 6tfi" gratitude, be expressed here. 6P-Ff'rnal. I-Carry 2q-! Cooktnc v6II.el liZ-Japan... Florence Brown, Maintenance;
is still auditioning Station talent. I I Hartley Sleeves can vouch for (colo) lack) 10-The 6-Period I mob of time 51-Mohammedan- eep 63-Burmese measure Ourise Bragg, Transportation;
Supply has listed about !seven applicants I I the fact that the new coastal highway U-Mncan dish 11-Note of scale name demon I I Faunce McCully Design; Herschel -
thus far. Selections have from Fernandina to St. Augustine 16-Openwork 36-Chief 31-8C'ottl.h 55SodiumDOWN I Lee, Administrative; Jeanette -
not been made at this writing, 'I is well worth the money 1-Ratu U-fll), hrlc.u U-Ethloplan title 67Vhaidean C'hlorhle city Riley Utilities: Don Moran,

find Suppljers chosen for the I (tolls and ferry ya know). 2-t'" IIIJu. bIrd .2-l'hlp! IZ-h IASpecimen hock U-Note of scale Fire Departments Bart Dockrell
cast will be recorded here. Happy Anniversary (their first) II Hourins and Joseph Megonigal,
John Colvin went deer-hunting( ; to Margaret and Herschel Booth, I (Answers on Page 8) Labor Section.
last weekend in the woods of ,, and why are >'a blushin'? Huh?. I From Maintenance it is reported -
South Carolina Bagged a fixe- I Bill Coby checks out tomorrowfor Husbands Can Be So Cruel, (II Says Here) I that Kate Howell is confinedto

pointer, missed another .Lamar :I service again. He goes to I i Every day new reasons for divorce I i in her bed, and slugged her on the hospital after an operation.Lt. .
David Anderson is the latest, and'I Alabama, but expects to wind up, crop up in the news. Here I the head with a bottle of milk- (jg) Wilcox, Maintenance
fourth dependent of little Billy :' at least for a while in Macon, are a couple of choice "cruelties" (AFPS). Superintendent is making a tour
Anderson of Stock Control. La- ,: Georgia (Warner Robins Field), which recently came to light -xII I'of the State taking pictures, be-

.. mar was born about the middle I. Dot Houghton's new lipstick and i In Knoxville, Tenn., a husbandwon Goes Professional fore he has to leave us for his
t Commendation: During the last '"Where's the Fire" (Revlon), insisted on taking the dog to bed Atlanta! ? r.a. (At'I>8)-) A For- sometime next month.
-------- -- Maintenance Wildcats beat
every night during their four- 'syth County Jf'lIidE'nt'I"i tlng At- I The

year union. lanta, recently had his first professional the Transportation Gophers in
I ifL4
their first softball game Friday,
And in wife claimed
I Chicago a -
shave in a shop.
.... her husband didn't know the 3717.. We understand that Bo
.. r i proper way to use the family food "It was! Just fin," said Luther S. I, Rountree and Willie Dauphin

:,'.,,;:. !'tOl es. She explained he rubbed I Fouts. "The barber did a good were the star players: They spentas
: J. her face with smoked salmon, job. But he liked to have smoth- much time on the ground as
oJ threw eggs at her put macaroni tied me v'tn' that hot towel." they did in the air

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I--! Six. JAX AIR NEWS 9 November 1950 r .t


i i i Fliers To Havana

i For Next FracasWith ,

only two more chances to get back on the right

side of the ledger, the Jax Navy Fliers take off Friday to

tangle with the gridmen of Havana University at Havana, '

Cuba Saturday

Blushing under five defeats In
six starts, but with their spirits urday they have been outweighedby
n di or'! >otrt From time to time the in Air News will feature still high, the locals are ready such powers as Parris Island,
special sports columns penned by outstanding sports writer and radio for the foe after stiff workouts Stetson and the Miami University
sport broadcasters in this irra. Opinion! expressed In thin column are freshmen who were not only heavy
those of the author and not of the Jax: Air JIlt''''''. Today' Time Out this week.
U written by John MatLran, of radio but fast. Led by veterans Joe
are sports announcer station VVI'Dq) As in the
8ss < > early partof Sinko and Jim Patterson the
the season, the locals lack Flier line has been battered by
By JOHN MacLEAN weight, experience and depth, but these heavier squads but more
(Sports Director, AVPDQ) part of that deficit is made up in than once has made the necessary "'p
4 the speed of the line and the high holes for the backs to not only

Earl "Red" Blaik, coach of unbeaten, untied Army, stepping backfield. of It the given runners half a chance in the, go through the but outgain opponentson

struck hallowed ground recently, when he sounded off about these ball toters are capable of ground.
GOOIInute Men
the relative merits of the game of football as played by the cutting loose with speed as wit- I A number Many of the forward wall

pure, unsullied collegians and the big, old, nasty pros, who j fullback nessed in Ken last week's Dunn game when reserves are capable of handlingthe

play for their bread and butter ripped through the Amphib continually de- stiff assignments cut out for
them and with such huskies Jim
I have known Coach Blaik for some ten years, since he fenses. Carnes, Walt Conrad, Bob as Dut-

:was head man at Dartmouth College, in the beautiful hills I Show Good at '1111)('. row, Joe Kurash, Buddy Grimes .

of old New Hampshire. Blaik, to my mind, is one of the halfback Chuck Webb, sprinting right and game Gordon Kent, the Flier
greatest coaches in football and in I broke away last week line will hold their own against a
pro or college! my opinion ..............-.-..,, --..-- I and out-distanced the nearest formidable foe.Fasron .
he wrote the recent article credited to him, with tongue READY FOR HAVANA-A I would-be Amphib tackler with
somewhat in cheek. :ease. Other runners such as Hank
standout in the last two frays,
Blaik has a wonderful sense of humor, even if he does Fliers fullback Ken Dunn is Doebler!, Dave, Bob York Holston, Frank John Hmkel Bernard 6 Stealing or .

stem from Scottish-Welsh stock, and I think he enjoyed ribbing back in shape and ready to and Paul Simonds are threats at
the mail against crack
the pros, and his old friend Greasy Neale, in particular. Havana carry University club a at Havana all times. Small, but packing a Spotlight In 1M
terrific John Switzer
Pro-Collegiate Difference Echoed Saturday. The Fliers are
play one of the halfback
Neale and Blaik have been fast friends for years. It starved for victory after five Switzer was injured in last week's spots. Volleyball LoopFASRon

:was quite true that Neale journeyed to West' Point almost a straight losses.Nartu fray and if unable to play will be

decade ago to help install the intricate T formation at Army. missed. Mike Norman will do the Six tipsters continuedto
signal calling and passing for the lead the station intra-mural volleyball
I can't quite see Blaik writing such an article without first Holds
Fliers league as they topped second -
giving Neale and the pro bosses an inkling of what was com- The Flier line has shown well place NARTU two straight y .

ing thus far this season, most of the games in a match at the Week- .
up.So far as I am concerned, there is only one fundamental Lead In Touch boys being forced, to play 60- end Warrior hangar last Thurs-

difference in collegiate and pro football, anyway. And thatis minute ball. Saturday after Sat- day.

that the pros line up for their pay checks on the first and Grid CircuitOnly In sweeping the first two gamesof
match the FAS-
Radio Grid a three-game ,
fifteenth of every month, while the "simon pure" college LogThere'll Ron courtmen Jumped their per-

boys take theirs out in new Cadillac convertibles for them- three games in the intra- be no peace in Jackson fect winning streak to nine wins

selves and pa, wardrobes for the wife and kids, a monthly' mural touch football league were ville Saturday night, for the masses and no losses as the Warriors went
stipend (not inconsiderable), and the promise of a good job played this past week with none from both Georgia and Florida down 15-9 the first game: and 15-
after their college days are behind them. of the results changing the over- Universities will be howling in the 12 in the second. The standings .
all standings. streets, win lose draw. The now show NARTU with seven
Perhaps the college and university presidents feel that First NARTU continuedits annual classic between these two wins and two losses.

there are degrees of professionalism, I don't know. But I winning place rampage with a con big rivals will be the "game of The only other match recorded
do know that anything you get paid for doing is work, and vincing win of 36-6 over sixth the day" in the area and will be this past week was O&R Flight
;,when you get paid for working, whether it's digging ditchesor place VP 3; Fasron Six faltered aired by local stations along with Test vs. VF-11. O&R got off to a .
against Hospital as the Medics other tilts. Games to be aired slow start with the VF-11 six cop-
hitting the line for dear Hackneyed U., brother, you're a
15-6. The
walked away the victors In that are: ping opening game
pro. contest, 30 to 12 and Operations High Schol l.Flight Test crew caught fire in
Blaik Had Great Teams Photo Lab sewed up a three-way WJHP (MBS) 1320-Andrew the second and third games how-
Surely, Coach Blaik must remember his great Army tie for third place with a 24-18 Jackson vs. Jefferson, Thursday ever, to go on and win 15-9 in
teams of the war years. Who questions that these teams win over seventh place VF-12, 8;00 F.M. Lee High Echool vs. the second and final contest. The
Landon High, Friday, 8:00: P.M. O&Rvin was crucial as it now
which has failed to post a win.
;were hand picked? To be sure, they were not pros, in that College throws them into a deadlock with

they were not paid for playing with Army, but can there light Fasron play Six in and the first Supply day will of high-playof WJHP (MBS) 1320-Georgia vs. VF-11, each with six wins and

be any question that they set out to get a top ranking foot- the coming week's schedule. Florida at Gator Bowl, Saturday, three losses.
November 13
ball eleven at \Vest Point, and weren't concerned from Both are tied for third place with 200PM.; The week of FASRon Six .,
WMBR first place
AM (1460)-CBS foot- pit ,
Photo Lab and either
;whence the players came. Operations ball third VF-11 second place
C third or fourth spot will be decide roundup 2:30: 5.00: P.M. Saturday place ;
Remember Barney Poole? He came from Mississippi."Shorty" ed. Tuesday Ordnance Gunnery NARTU tangles with VF-13; VA-
McWilliams was a Mississippi State flash. Felix"Doc" will tangle with the Marines; Wl.IBR-TV-Notre Dame vs. 15 Enl. meets Ordnance-Gunnery,
and VA-15 Officers tangle with
Pittsburgh at South Bend, Saturday
VA-15 and VF-12 will
Blanchard transfer from a North Carolina Wednesday
was a 2:00: P.M. O&R Flight Test. Later in the
school. A tip-off on the boys who played on the war-time lay tussle third; Thursday place honors Photo on Lab the will line Professional week VF13ill meet VF-11; O&R

'Army teams is shown in running down the list of those who in its game with the Hospital six WPDQ ((600)) (ABC)-Washing, Flight Test squares off with VA

never became commissioned officers, or who, after serving and Friday VP-3 will attempt to ton Redskins vs. Philadelphia 15 Enl; Ordnance-Gunnery VF-12 meets
at first FASRon Six and
Eagles Washington place
the minimum time, asked to be let out. dethrone the first place Weekend 1:55: PM. Sunday will play VA-15 Officers.
This is nothing against the boys. They had'done their Warriors of NAUTU. --

\ part and were perfectly justified in asking for the way out. Operations Photo Lab representative -
Clauss continued to the
DeWitt Coulter, All-American tackle, resigned from the individual scorers with pace seven 2 Winners In.Weekly Sports Quiz; -J'

Academy and went into pro ball. Barney Poole went back touchdowns, followed closely by

} to Mississippi and finished up his career there before going NARTU's n i eke n b a chand Who HoldsGame Yardage'Record? .
Schnetzler, of Hospital, with six ,
into the National Pro League. Glenn Davis tried to get McKenna of Fasron Six with six

out, but regulations were enforced which made him serve and Cooper of VA-15 with 5. Intramural For the first time since the Daughtery is the first man
two years in the Orient. When his time was up he got out, Standings: Sports Quiz was inauguratedwe from Cecil Field to win the
I and is playing foo'ball.' have two winners. The an- weekly sports quiz, and along
pro W. I.. Tied swers were so close together as with Pringle, is entitled to the
: Sticks With Prost NAIlTir ... .... ........ C 0 1 to time, that it was decided to free full course dinner at the
: This 13 intended as no indictment of Coach Blaik, or Hospital ................ C 1 0 award two prizes instead of Civilian Cafeteria.
\ VA 11 .............. 21 1 0
? his players, but is written to point out that few college Photo Lab ............. 2 2 0 the usual one. This week's quizzer is of the
coaches have to complain about legitimate professionals 'a8rnn MX ............. I 2 1tipppiy Charles Daughtery NM3 of modern variety-in fact it is
room .................2 I 0 Fasron 109 Cecil Field and modern that
I when they themselves are playing boys who are in \'!' S ................... 1 S 0 any youngsterthat
vr it ...................0 4 0 John Pringle, AF3 of NAS Jax can read should have the
f ; school for one purpose. That being to play football. Marines ... .. .. ...... 0 4 0 were the two lucky winners answer.
t I As to the relative merits of the college versus pro "t. 22 .from, ,. 'League, ... 1 0 0Dropped this week, the first to success- "What college footballer recently

i \ games, we'll have to stick with the pros. Theoretically, fully answer the question set a record for overall
"Walker Smith (real name) is yardage gained by an Individual -
the professionals are the cream of the crop. Every man Joe DiMaggio became the first
player ever to hit three home one of today's greatest boxers. in one-game? Give the total -
is a standout at his position. Admittedly, some are better in in rtriffith Stadium Under what name is he better yardage."
runs one game
f than others, but as a rule, the average pro player is far in Washington recently as known in the boxing world?" Send in your answer to the
I superior to even the good collegiate star. Many of the he blasted out three round trip- The answer to that one Is- Jax Air News office in room
big name college players find they can't make it in the pers to help his mates to an 8-1 None other than Sugar Ray 124 in the main administration
Robinson welterweight champion building
or call extension
third Joe
win. This was the time
i highly geared pro game, while boys who played on unheralded had hit 3, the first time in 1937 of the world. 216 or 8184
I small colleges go on to become standouts in the and again in 1948.

pro game. We agree with the pros when they say the There has never been a fair
average college back knows little or nothing about defending I believe that in a series t>f four games, played a week ball hit out of Yankee Stadium. ..

.J against the forward pass. There's the big differencein apart, the pros would win three out of four; and sue me' I I Plenty have been hit into the

the two games. if I'm wrong! stands however



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50 9 November 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ""

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I5t Conner-Haas Duo Gridmen Beaten 26.6

Wins In 4BallOne

'I flight, the championship For 5th Straight Loss
flight of the station 4-ball tour-
nament now in at the
ht NAS links, has posted a winner. Despite outgaining the Little Creek: Amphibs on the

to The only matches to be played z ground, the Jax Navy Fliers lost their fifth straight contest, .

la, ., this Doming week are the first, 26-6, at Norfolk last Saturday, falling victims to a vicious

second and third flights. acial. offensive unleashed by the Amphib eleven.

Andy Conner and Billy Baas Statistics show the Fliers edgedthe
led emerged the winners in the Amphibs on the ground with first Amphib tally. 'i
,ty championship flight with four- 148 yards rushing against the Second Quarter After a series -
up win that went 'hree holes ina Amphibs 135, but the Amphibs of Amphib plays which was
vy "sudden death" battle with Bill t a tLa1" ..> YO ar. Flier
:08 r connected for 166 yards throughthe halted on the 19, halfback
he Williams and John Adams.In airways on 11 completed Webb and fullback Dunn piled up r
byre the first, second and third passes, two of which were good enough yardage to move the ball
,' flight matches yet to be played, for touchdowns. The Fliers made into Amphib territory. Webb i
ry ... Bob Theil and Jack Piva will 55 yards on 8 of 19 aerials. picked up a first down to the Am 1
ly .. team against Frank McKinneyand The little Creek eleven scored phib 48 and then Norman's intended
,t3 Jim Wilschke. The winner of GAINS GOLF AWARDS-Three symbols of recognition for once in each period while the Fliers pass to Duncan was intercepted
this match will then meet Larry his golfing prowess in recent tournaments were presented to Chief tallied once in the third pe- on the Amphib 44. Leit \\1 i
Platt and Bob Ellis, who reachedthe Bill Foulk, right, by Lcdr. Joe Williams, Physical Training officer riod when fullback Ken Dunn ner then flipped a 53-yard pass i'
final bracket in the first last Friday. Foulk was awarded a Navy "N" by the Navy Depart took a handoff from quarterback to end Hal Waller who raced to
'ill flight by trimming Dave Henderson ment, and was commended in letters from Adm. R. W. llayler, Norman and ripped through the paydirt and the second Amphib
igur and Bill Rusk. Commandant of the Sixth Naval District and Capt. Douglas T. Amphib lir.e from the seven yard tally. w,

Gordon Lee and Earl Brooks Day, NAS commanding officer. The local linksman placed thirdin line for the only Flier score. Third Quarter The Amphib ''I
t-m will tangle with Bill Hartung and both the Sixth Naval District and South Central golf tourna Score In Every Period aerial attack continued to roll in ',1

es Bill Hammett, the winner play ments. The first Amphib score came the third period as the victors jl
ing Mike Hollack and Bill Mar- late in the first period on a plunge took over on the Flier 27 on a )
era .. shall for second flight honors. VF-12 VP-3 Move Into from the one by fullback Paul blocked punt. Two first downs
Captain Dittmar and Don How- Biseglia. The score was set up put the ball on the Flier three
ard will tee-off against Paul by an intercepted pass and a series and Leitner's pass to Murphy net.
ag George and Joe Stockton in the Forefront Of Ten Pin PlayAn of plays that started on the ted the third Amphib score earlyin 1
run for third flight honors, round Flier 26.Quarterback. the third quarter.

-.. ing out the tourney.x authentic tabulation" high Arnold Leitner, Touchdown Called Back
individual and high seriesin tabulations is not to be confusedas whose talented arm flipped two
scores to back in the ball ,
Driving get
to the standing of teams in the touchdown connected on .
the station intra-mural bowling passes
the Fliers took the kick-
IntraMuralGolf league. It is the total points re- his first in the second period when game,
league has been posted by Physical
off from their 30 and three
team in own
situates a
corded that a
he flipped an aerial to end
Training Department, along
first downs put them on the Am-
definite standing. Waller who went 53 yards for the
with the latest results in team when forced
they were
RaceTightening standings.The Hottest race is the run for top score. In the third period Leitner phib "
later Jim
kick. Minutes Big
,-JI. number of games rolled by honors in the National League. tossed another six pointer, this broke the Vir-
Patterson through
I. First, second and fifth places are time to Jim Murphy who went
the various teams in these latest
. line fourth down and
.: i I deadlocked and sixth place honorsare over from the nine. George Kee- ginians' on .
It .. three teams. blocked a punt on the Amphib
being shared by ton, Amphib halfback, pulled
c. .. The race for top spot in the Station Boxing O&R and VP-3 are tied in the top what was perhaps the trickiest seven. Capitalizing on a play that .,
J. American League division of the berth, ComFairJax and VF-13 are play of the day when he faked a had piled up the necessary yard ;
tied for second place, NARTU and handoff to Leitner and then with age all afternoon, Norman hand-
intra-mural golf tourney
S DecidedIn ed the ball off to Dunn who
hotter this week as second Operations are deadlocked for the ball hidden behind his back
from the
Is grew full fifth spot. FASRon 109, FASRon skirted the Flier left end and ( plunged through seven
Hospital picked a
place up Patterson's
for the only Flier score. -
first Supply Six Enlisted and VA-15 are in a scored easily from the 15. Char-
seven points over EliminationsAir at conversion
:sIt 114 dead heat for sixth place honors. lie Brown, kicking conversionsfor attempt was
who carded points.
wide of the uprights, making the
. With matches scheduled for this the Amphibs, connected only
Medics still have one Group One and PhysicalTraining 20-6. .
"i. The week, a definite change in the twice in four attempts. score
S match to play, that with the Operations the only two entries in close race is inevitable.In First Quarter Flier tackle Fourth Quarter-Chuck Webb ':<
1\ .. ... divot diggers and a win the intra-mural boxing tourna- the American! League VF- Jim Patterson kicked off to start intercepted an Amphib pass and ]
for the Hospital crew would easily ment, mixed it up last week at 12 leads with 26 points, four the contest and Amphib quarterback scampered 85 yards for a score .
out of Main-side' Auditorium with the station .
d knock top seeded Supply above second place Sup- Ikard returned the kick to only to have it called back on a
the lead and give the Medics the crown going to the mlttmen
With this tho if
ply. Ordnance Gunnery and his own 43. After three successive clipping penalty. ,
Ita. American League crown. of PT. FASRon Six Officers are sharing first downs, the Amphibs Amphibs made their fourth and
.. .. I Ie -In other American League Getting the card underway, John the number six spot and rested on the Flier three. At this final tally when George Keeton ,
, _. matches Operations blanked O & Small, PT, and Lawrence Collier Physical Training and First" point, the entire Flier line ..rush.ed swept around his own right end
1'e\ R 4'/i 0; Physical Training-Wei- went Small at it in a middleweightbout the verdict. Lieut are tied for eighth spot. forth and halted the drive with the ball securely hidden and .-.
:. fare picked up five points over copping Supply, of the American League, which started on the Amphib 22. scored easily from the 15, making
Tommy Johnson, PT and John Loe
Administration who tallied two Dunn Scores For Fliers the final score 26-6. ,
n holds the crown for the high series
of Air Group One squared-off in
and Medical-Dental took three With their backs in the shadowof ''
' Johnson thus far with 2502. The high :
a welterweight was
,v points from Public Works-Com- the winner. \ set is held by FAN ll's Senecal their own goal posts, the Fli- Jax L. C.
It munications who got IVa points. Physical Training cinched the with 559. Senecal is also one of ers started their march up field, First downs II 12 ,
i VP-3, solidly entrenched in the crown when Buddy Hudgins, lightweight the "Two Hundred Club" keglers, gaining on the ground and an Yards rushing 148 135 '!
National loop lead by 12V4 points and Freddy Farr, bantam having rolled 200 or over. The aerial to Mike Ciminero. Switzer Yards passing 55 166< |
11' has played its final match and weight, won on forfeits when the "200 Club" carries Brown, Per- picked up a first down to his own Total yards gained 203 301 '
t ,. Green Cove sonnel 216 Allen 1st Lt. 206 45 and then Norman cut loose a
unless second place air group failed to match anyone ; ; Passes attempted 19 18
Springs, with 38 points, can pickup I against them. Freddy Wilkins Tirpak, NARTU Mar., 207; Trei- pass to end Jack Duncan downon Passes completed 8 11 .
,9h the necessary deficit in their saved the day for CAG-1 however, ble, Supply, 223; Starns, Supply, the Amphib 10-yard line. This Passes intercepted 1 4
remaining two matches, the p- as no one in the featherweightclass 205-201; Bacchus, VP-3, 200; Cooper play was called back with a Flier Penalties 35 85
h trollers will take the crown. was matched against him. VA-15, 219; Balasz, FAW-11, backfield man in illegal mo Touchdowns.: Fliers: Dunn.
0t Second place Green Cove pick In an ehibition, where weightand 205; Senecal, FAW-11, 200; Col- I tion. On the next play, Chuck
. ed up eight points in this week's decision were set aside, Hud- lins OpAvTr'n'g, 214; and Schlief, Webb's intended pass to Duncanwas Amphibs: Biseglia, Waller,
. 219. I intercepted and two plays I Murphy, Keeton. Conversions! 9
FASRon Six,
shutout match over Air Group pins and Wilkins mixed it up for
I.s Four and with a clean sweep of the small crowd that was on hand. Standings on page 8. later Biseglia went over for the Brown (2)), ;

2 the next two matches can move Chief John Wareing, PT coach
into a tie or win over VP3. Air and director of the intra-mural
., Group One, in with 32Vfc boxing program has hopes of another a
; points, shutout last pace Marines: such tourney sometime in
1 9 /4-0 and Comair Jax edged December. Wareing also stated
10' NARTU 21.Blind that those interested need not be
_x- professional. All is needed is a
)1 1I sportsman spirit to organize a
Bogey Won team in a sqaudron, division or de-
partment. Physical fitness, it is
pointed out, is the watchword for
By Red CranstonPlaying clean living: and a trait always
cherished by the Navy and its per-
in perfect golf weather, sonnel. !It
the weekly blind bogey tourna- \'
ment at the station links kicked '
off Saturday morning and at the Fall Cup Handicap 1i 1

final outcome, Red Cranston i 1J
walked away the winner after Tourney SlatedThose : ;
J shooting a 92, picking a 22 handicap J
to give him a final bogey of who have shied away, ';'!
'. 70. from the golf course because of
the summer heat can now enter eI ;
Commander Bill Chase placed \ 1
second when he stroked 84, chose a the big Fall Cup handicap tournament ? : \ ),
seven handicap for a final tally of which is slated to get un-
77. derway at the local layout FrI-

East Lansing-x-, Mich, (AFPS- day Amatuer afternoon., professional and plain i5M3WINNING j

Jim Neal and John Swett, players duffer arc not only eligible but \ Y:
on the Michigan State College invited to enter. The entry fee is v 4 r t t A
I freshmen squad, missed several $1.00 per person. c.
days of early football practice Players will be divided into 16
J' to their .listedhandicaps PUGILISTS-None the worse for wear are these NAS representatives who parti '
Their absence wa. not due to In. flights, according'
.... waiting for the and entries can be cfpated in the recent station smoker. Front" row, left to right are Freddy Farr, John Loe, Buddy i I"
.., juries.equipment They manager were to round up made at the coif shack up to 1600 Hudgins, John Small and John Warcing, coach. Back row, left to right, Bill Powers (trainer), Fred
Johnson Lawrence Collier and Ralph Smith coach. .. 'i
size 14 shoes. Friday, November 10. Wilkins, Tommy ,

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Will hare home with couple INTRAMURAL BOWLING
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Lakeshore, 4554 Sunderland r Standings:

Rd. Eaton, Ph. 8-2113.: \nH"rI'RII League.
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Unfuin. houset 20 Astral Ave. On
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Murray Hill, Mrs. Britton. DROP TO TRAP REDS-American paratroopers drop by the Stiplly..............16 322 I

Furn rm., 4423 San Juan Ave hundreds over rice paddies north of Pyongyang to cut off fleeIng Nartu Mar. ........15 6 2'') II

Mrs. Burns remnants of North Korean forces. Landing of paratroopers I Xmas Party CPO', ...._.............1:1: 3 16
2 bdrm. furn. apt., 2874 Olga 9 9 1:1:
Place, Ens. Kinnear, Ext. 2'13 \ behind enemy lines created a trap with Reds caught between I I'lans are moving forward for o & G.................. 9 1:1: 12

Cecil Field. forces advancing from the south and the paratroopers. the annual NAS Christmas Par Faa 6 Off ............10 11 12

2 mi. furn. apt. Murray Hill, 4304 I I ____________ ___ .. u __ _. ____ ty to be held here 22 at Mason YC-62 .................. 1J 1') lllet 'I

Hercules Ave. Mrs Potter Ph. j Field December for childrenof le\Jt. ............ 9 12 II,)
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I of eight orphanages and homesin VF..Z .................. 7 14 9Vfo'.H
Furn. rm. or share home with (U. Armedi"rcrr .................. 7 h 9Nis
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Hogan, Ph. 2-9801. .l. nrwrpnprrs obtaining gifts for each child !

Single or double rms., 315 W. ---- and a program suitable for an ii.osi Leagtw'r

Beaver St., Mrs. Caves. )ty DIKE: : noiu.;..vn: outdoor party is being piepured. w. i. p I

Small furn. apt. for employed --- -- The affair which annually attracts yp.\:\ ....................1.) i 14

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LOS: ANOKI.KS: : Calif. Oklahoma football games at Norman
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Mr. are opened with a brief prayer for the nation. Its people and their I side auditorium. : .................. 9 6 12
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2 fum apt.,
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Furn rm. in Lakeshore, Mrs. Mc- Cross hall said "are a vital part of on the lips of some ',(o4) |
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above and deliver it to theChaplain's .. .
football between the
brief Interlude of the supremacy --- '-- -
business l lady to share prayer by
Couple or office! in Building
two colleges to ('at leton. Morei
thousands of who attendour .
home 4618 Wheeler Ave. Mrs. persons INTRA-MURAL GOLF
750 to November 15.
significant is the fad that the entire prior
games will remind us of ourspiritual i i
Dorman. Carleton student bodY marched Standings; :
Furn. apt. in Murray Hill, Mrrs.Bauldree heritage. Furthermore, one'thouoiuntl I
Ph. 2-9885. we should ask divine protection for to St. Olaf nearly CPO AMERICAN: :
I those who defend us in posts ofdanger' strong in the greatest: display ot Supply ->1Jlosljal
'urn. rm. in single ." school spirit we have ever noted. ( 21; I
Mrs. Qumto, Ph, 20684.
girl ( Operations 2JI : I
An amen to Dr. Cross. .
2 bedrm. furn. apt, 2245 Park I II NOTESA *. T.'t'l.. hilt
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I II One of the best built membersof I
St.. Mis. Kicklighter, Ph. 7-
Mfd. & Dent
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I UrM wlditleM hat fl<.w....l like j Alabama's 19)1) freshman squad
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of the
I chiefs ale reminded ] AV. & Cumin 1]
in flue this ... A fix is John Borne, 6-6 tackle who I
Fum 2 apt., Orange Park Rd. a HCH MI. > I a ]
dance Saturday night beginning at U&R 11' .,
at Iron Kettle Mrs. Ars1m hull first wan III'r' ,, IU.t"t1 141 weighs 225: and is still growing:
Apply 2100. and the bmg bingo patty I .\(I in in is trul ion tY
2521 Orange Park. rCLA'd coach lied l Samlerrt HM theItruinw I Lehigh went up to New Friday night at 20".0.The :: I
FOR SALE beat Stanford.Mlli hit England sine of ability to upset slmtfletxjard tournament is

29 ft. house trailer lot 63 Azalea team safely altotMl 14-0, and| the Dartmouth Look up the score being held this week with the VP-S 5 tl'>i ,

Trailer Park, Paul Bascom, c.I..k l alxMit to end the frt! 'half, Twenty-lour ot the 54 points> playot'fs to be held this weekend.See G. ('. s. :as
ADI.! *oilers wit I Instruction for I William & Mary scored agalnJ11VIr'glnia | the Club bulletin board for (Veil Field 37' i

27 ft. house trailer, lot 35 Azalea his flllllUM'k.. Dave \\'illi""..., to Tech were registered by : further information FAW-ll 33' ,
Trailer Park call Hagen ext. "kn'," the ball In layman's I language halfback Dickie Lewis and i Club president Ma hone requeststhat Air Croup I 35'i
thai nwttnl that Dave kiss Bobby Reynolds scored all of Ne I NAKTU 2fP i ,
604. information of interest to the
MISCKI.I.ANKOUSWanted : : t<, take a direst |pass front cruller braska's 19 points against Perm I chiefs be turned over to the ba ConiFairJae: IIFAS

ride to Washington, D. C. and toiirh one knee. to the ((roiiiHl State with 1'D run of 19 26 and I tender on duty for later publication 1"1 Ron 6 10'1VF62 '

and return over Christmas, for -which he did four straight 63: yard phlla kick for extra I in this column. 7' I.
tlnwet- v four. Share driving expenses. The Club will \be: open on Thursday -
a | oiihle. fotiible, about on the gild this year probably ,
Call 2-3349. .
R. L. Vance, it has been announced.: Judge
Al .saoton lltor of the will the Thebend 'i
), drop
NAS to 5 sports| < game
Wanted ride from and Mrs. Bean, RMC, of Communications
<>H .Ai gele: Kxantiner: twlll''t'd| at the NorthwesternPittsburgh -
5- < 9.pound.1 I I1Vou
Points. Mrs I 8-8:30: a. m. reveal birth of a ,
tlx Miloatiou, suitably! as puzzled as was
5:30: m. MonFridays. Gloria Irp| by rt.V- game me boy. I IYF.l:1 .
p. St \lug" it was the I hot kii.N* exM the crowd over constant penalties| chiefs I
Garcia. 1135 B Allegheny : held a party at :
| , Ext. 8332.: the CPO Club last! Saturday with
Experienced baby sitter. llill!! Mollywo| Mars In sli..rl" Srt everyone
|part about the stunt It that It wt Ubben kicked a 1 'yald field goalIn
Ring. Ext. 8297. the hilt. duets of any squadronor I
West a .prw.Mi>nt which the I18ylngc..t..r. ; the last 15 seconds to give :
Anyone desiring to drive to squadron who wish to arrange
.. ultiiiM ( will Wichita 17-14
\ ely resent a victory over
Coast contact Lt. Bla
530.Ridets. The name Charlie Mairkas make reservations by calling the
,. wanted-leave 5 Points manager at extension 369.! i
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0625 for O & R and return Call The management is requestingthat I '

E. L. Tadrick, ext. 525 or 7- Nr all CPOs make their Turkey I IVIOLRTIO
1 6880. AFPS rr\ 4 % Dinner reservations early !I TRHFFIC

Lost-tan and white kitten near Itexer vations may be made by calling

Navy Exchange-Lost before Extension 369.! | .
transferred. T. J. Lander ville ---- -- -

AL1, Air Transport Squadron A nuigw'ump is a bird that sits I below are the traffic VI.I .)-
r. One NAS Patuxent River Mdx i un a fence with his mug on one Rations I committed aboard thu

t"OeAssW ... side and his wump on the other station for the period October 13

,,' Ensign: "Why didn't you (Jt"llvf" ide to November 6, 19.'>0.

er that menage as Instiw ted' Speeding: H. E. Ward
Seaman: "Sir, I did the best T A S. t 4LLTtYYN-a-r Speeding; in Naval llousing

could." OLrNr60TGrLWKAM7MAR72pAdY Answer to Puzzle Area: Ens. P. A. Ricciardi red

"The best you could' Williams
Ensign i : P R R
f" M// E R
Why. if I knew I was sending' a f ROT' ROTOR oRAi Illegal Parking 1st Offense: T. ,

fool. I'd have gone myself I CONIAlW I TMST'AB r... Williams; E. F.. Kehrt .'DC; .
-.- I CIiNEwil..rEEIif3iMIITENill. J Morris ADI ; S. Chepley. ADC;
T U. Gruff TD1 I ; M. W. Green,
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FtNOS, OO GUILTY AS / TICS MAN ON THE BAD RAM I!. II 50 I RJ.;: M (JgI) J. E. Robinson!' ; Lt. J. M.
CIVIL ant j I EDN" II UR I AL. G LRETURNuTAMALE I Disobedience to Traffic Police
FUN) FOR TN,9, OFF EN3E Order: D. Williams.

*Dress Clothing I !Multiple Offenses: C. J. Gordon.

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