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VOL-9 No. 33 U.S. NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. 15 Nov 1951UnitsEnd .,..i.: .. ':) ".: : '

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'Fleet Air / ':?

J Huge Maneuvers y q iM

6 4 Yas

Fleet Air Jacksonville fighter and attack squadrons and oth r east coast based Navy I
and Marine air units wound up 12 days of intensive training yesterday as the final phaseof .e !

LANTFLEX 52 neared completion. /
The climax of LANTFLEX 52, phibious assault by a landing Involving nearly 100,000 Navy
which is the short name given force of 20,000 Marines at Ons- and Marine personnel, LANT
Atlantic Fleet Exercises for the low Beach, North Carolina Tues- FLEX 52 began early October ,
fiscal year of 1952 was an amday.. when fleet task forces made an
--- attack on tiny shell-scarred Vie-

Ai ound-The-Clock Attacks ques Island, east of Puerto Rico.
Fourth and major phase of the

war games commenced Novem-
'BLACK AIR FORCE' AIRCRAFT ber 2 when the invading1 fleet,

named the Blue Forces, began advancing

FLEET HARDOver up the southeasterncoast
STRIKE of the U. S. from their initial ecsy Fc.
position east of Puerto Rico.
two dozen air strikes were made against: the Blue Fleet Rules of the fourth phase of
by aircraft of the Black Air Force during the time the immense the huge training exercises required D y r w r I II
armada threaded its way from Puerto Rico to Onslow Beach. N. C., the Blue Fleet to steam

where amphibious landings are now being made climaxing LANT- close to the shore as it would

I.EX '52. have to do in certain strategically
This does not include the count located portions of the world-
the Black Air
I vanced up coast
less search missions flown by the as has been demonstrated already ) >-
Force headquarters committed nirj i .
combat air
patrol planes or in. Korea.
patrols maintained by fighter air fighter planes to action on the I GOING DOWN-Skyraider attack bombers of the Black: Air

craft. fourth day of the maneuvers. Another regulation of this phase Force ("friendly") hang high over the USS Midway just before

Composition of the strikes va Both jet and conventional type provided that no participatingunit beginning; attack on the Huge/ carrier during LANTFLCX
ried as the position of the Blue fighters pounded the enemy fleet. would be placed "out of ac- I '52. The photo was snapped by \'C-62 photo plane during the final

Fleet changed Included among;: Targets of the Miami based tion" despite any theoretical phases of the maneuvers. _
the aircraft used by Black Air planes included besides the Midway damage received previously.This

Forces were P2V Neptune long a heavy carrier several was done to Insure that all per-
range bomber and patrol planes,, light carriers, two heavy cruisers, sonnel engaged would get:: the 'Defense' Is Theme Of
Banshee twin-engined,:: jet fighters and an oiler which was alongsidean full benefit of the training involved '
conventional type fighters escort carrier when the attack in certain tactical situations

such as the Corsair F4U's, and was made.In that could be expected during
Skvraider attack bombers.The most cases the damage to the actual warfare. Armistice
greatest: number of strikes Blue Fleet units was evaluatedas Primary opposition to the vast Day Program '

made from a single base were severe and at least one ship, armada steaming up the coast
launched from NAS Miami by; the oiler, was sunk. was the Black Air Forces com-
Military and civil defense!; was emphasized in the observance of
Black Air Force squadrons, un posed of Fleet Air Jacksonville
I I Armistice Day in Jacksonville Monday which featured an hour-Ion
the command of Rear Ad NAAS San'ford was the next squadrons and other Navy and
. parade through the downtown area, followed by a ceremony atHpimminff
.., miral Osborne B. Hardison Commander operating base for Black Air Marine air units operating/ from '.." Park
.- Fleet Air Jacksonville. Force aircraft. Over 200 sortiesin bases stretching! from Norfolk, Vice Admiral i John Dale Price,
Within 36 hours after LANT three days was launched from (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1) Chief of Naval Air Training, from ted by the Armed Forces Blood
FLEX 52 had begun, two flights this base by fighters and attack Pensacola presided as senior re- Donor Center. It showed the link
of Neptunes propped two mock bombers. In addition to hitting between the miserable conditions
and also
was one
j atom bombs on the Blue Fleets the same targets attacked by Miami Air News To Be of viewing the principal speakers at the endured by fighting:: men at the
with strikes the flights from San-
Fast Carrier Task Force Park Other front and those behind donating;
: cellent results according' to intelligence ford blasted an LST force and Early Next WeekThe speakers Hemming included ceremony.Representative blood in comfort.

:1 reports.. several attack cargo/ ships. Manyof Charles E. Bennett and former Overhaul and Repair's float
the amphibious craft were direct local eforts in
Jax Air News will makeits Representative Lex Green. suggested:{
On the fourth and again on the sunk and the cargo ships severe support of our fighting:: forces. A
a day early next armed
appearance of the
The strength
Skyraider at- ly damaged.
sixth of November. the battle grey model of an aircraft
week, due to Thanksgiving
/ tack'bombers from Miami hit the With the position of the Blue forces was graphically displayedby carrier with a fighter plane in
Blue Fleet. The first strike by two Fleet almost directly east of holiday a Marine landing force and color on a trailer float represented -
i of the attack planes obtained Jacksonville intensive aerial activity Moving the distribution date color guard from NAS. two com NARTU.

questionable results but the second of squadrons operating up to Wednesday, means that panies of sailors one company of The 50-minute parade, marked
12 AD's severely unit Public Information offi- Marines and a platoon of WAVES
flight( of from NAS Jacksonville and Cecil with unusual solemnity was
damaged the battle-carrier USS Field kept the fleet units under cers and other contributorsmust from NATTCenter. In additiona
I ,.. landing force from the Florida viewed by an estimated 20,000
have their in the
Midway continuous attack copy Jaxons. It was considered to be
Stepping; up the frequency ol: Seeking new targets these Jax Air News offices by at Group of the Atlantic Reserve Jacksonville's most impressive

I attacks as the Blue Fleet ad- squadrons located and attacked least 1200 Monday. Efforts Fleet, Green Cove Springs was Armistice parade. However only

destroyers, destroyer escorts, and should be made to have all on hand. a few attended the ensuing cere-
Plans light cruisers of the Blue Fleet pictures in by 1600 Friday, or Green Cove Springs Navy monies at Hemming Park
I Outline for the first time since the maneuvers 0800 Monday at the very latest. band well-known in this area,
I started. marched in the parade and gavea ; Taps soundec. at 1100. brought
The editor requests coopera- tears to the eyes of a number ot
Kiddies'Xmas As the Blue Fleet moved to a tion from all hands, in meetingthese short concert prior to the 2 Ct l. 5)
For Park. (Please Turn to Page/ >>>
rendezvous point east of Onslow new special deadlinesfor speeches at Hemming I I .
Beach, N. C., last Monday prior next week's issue "Your blood is his life. was

Party -(l'lease--Turn to-Pace. 2, Col. 5)) -the theme--of -the---float-contribu-- II Plan Special

.. flans outdoor for a Christmas bigger and party better i : i II I Services ForThanksgiving

for Navy children under 10

years old, were formulatedthis

week by a special com-
A Thanksgiving Day Worship
mittee headed by Service will be held in the

Chal'leiE.. Dittmar, senior 4\ S' S Naval Air Station Chapel on
chaplain of the Naval Air : 55 5 Thanksgiving:: morning, Nov. 22,

Station.The I at 0900. it was announced today '

annual affair will be held by Captain Charles A. Ditt
football field Fir- mar Senior Chaplain at the
this year on ;
Naval Air Station.
21. An increase
day afternoon t
Chaplain Milton G. Kuolt of
of several hundred over %
number of children entertained S : I Naval Air Technical Training
vtc.D Center will preach the sermon.
is expected, owing
a year ago{ x I Chaplain S. Kenneth Johnsonof
of the Naval
., to the Technical Training Center. :Da +db sod, ComFair Jax will conductthe
.a A .k Order of Worship. Chap
Almost 1,800 names have already y : '
lain Robert E. Elliott of NAT-
'ed parents.
been regis by I
Once again children of nine TC.cial will be in charge of spe-

homes and institutions arrangements.
Jacksonville will be honor guests at the M The Station Chapl Choir will
Every home will be assisted by a guest choir
Christmas party..
from of Jacksonville'sdowntown
y I be presented with a special gift one Ushers
by the chief petty officers of the N : tik
commands will be selected from all
and attached ,
""... in accordance with a tradition branches of the Military sere
ice represented on the base.

,started Toys,'several and plenty years of ago.refreshments d: Traditional hymns will be
will be distributed by San- sung by the congregation and
the Presidential Proclamationwill
his helpers during the aft-
ta and
be read Senior Officer
by a :
of enteritainment
A wide variety
ernoon. features is also in store READY ROOM BRIEFING-Pilots of Fighter Squadron 13 are briefed by Lt. Jack Dawson on making this a completely impressive
I their coming mission against the "Blue Fleet" In the LANTFLEX war games held In the Atlantic. service of worship em..
for. Similar the youngsters.parties are planned by Front row left to right, are, Lt. Ralph Ashbridge, Lt. (J h) Don Fraley, Lt. (J?) Bill Dupree. Second I bracing all the historic 8ignin>,
the Naval Hospital and at Cecil row, Lt. Howard Collins, Lt. Dick Maxwell and Lt. Bill lUnuker, and in third row is Lt. Bob Surin- cance of a truly American

Field. I ger. Standing near Dawson Is Lt. (jg j ) Wayne Smith. Thanksgiving .



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Two JAX AIR NEWS 15 November 1951Published

:" Report From WashingonMilitary >
J'; -Y riGN -
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l-< Teaching Technique Praised

,. every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval All
Station, Jacksonville Fla _

Cant. Douglas T. Day NAS, Jacksonville Commanding Officer Army: Clarifies Shipment of 'Household Effects' ,,:

Comdr James H. Armstrong .Executive Officer
Lt. Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer uy Armed Forces Press Service The Army Signal Corps has developed a new .
Fleet Air Jacksonville "The military services have surpassed indus- dry battery which uses plentiful low-grade do-

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ..Commander try and, civilian educational institutions in the mestic manganese dioxide Instead of the high-
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff techniques of teaching," according to Dr. Sam- grade product found in sufficient quantity onlyon
uel II. Stevens, president of Grinnell College the African Gold Coast. The new batterywill
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Ia. He spoke at a conference of training analysis ]last twice as long as the type now used.
Capt. Jesse S. McClure ..._.. Commander' and development officials at Headquarters The Armed Services have about 1,000 differentuses
Comdr. Joseph T Thornton Chief Staff Officer Air Training Command, Scott. AFB, Ill. for dry batteries.
Naval Air Technical Training Center -

Capt. Lester K. Rice ___ Commanding Officer Dependents of Army personnel who have Major air commands no longer are requiredto ...
Comar. John A. Gamon, Jr. ..._..'____. Executive OfficerCapt been reported dead, missing, interned or captured obtain' JIq.USAF approval for reassigning
may include the, family automobile'as
Naval Hospital "household effects" subject to shipment at government officers and airmen on permanent change of
J. Wharton Commanding Officer station when have
Dwight expense on return to the U. S. from they served less than 18
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive.. Officer overseas residence, the Army has ruled. Previously months at present station. Also, higher approval "
NARTU the of automobiles no longer is required to reassign permanently
Comdr. Easton B. Noble._.... .. .........._..Commanding Officer under these conditions expense was shipping assumed officers with less than 18 months
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer Household effects also will be shipped home remaining before separation, or airmen with
less than six months to serve on current en
Editorial:: Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration at government expense when a soldier is in- listment. .
jured to such an extent that long
building. Phone extension 8184. hospitalization .
Editor-Andrew H. Planey is anticipated.
-. The Army Ordnance Corps has establisheda
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary. Bixiones, JOSN TheIr Force has established four new Information new reseat ch center at Duke University, Durham -
The JAX AIR NEWS fwDllsnea at the U. S. Naval Air Station
: weekly N. C. :Mission of the new establishmentwill
and education
career specialties
Jacksonville, i'lorlda.I and printed commercially with non-appropriated fund
at no expense to the government and in compliance with- NAVEXOS P-30, Rev. leading to the warrant officer grade of Infor- be- to evaluate the needs and problems of
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station the mation Superintendent. The new specialties, to Ordnance operations, and determine which
I4 val Air Reserve Training Unit.: Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, and
the U. S. Naval Hospital, be authorized in a forthcoming revision of Air scientific field offers most hope toward providing -
The JAX AIR NEWS I I. a member of the Armed Force. Press Sl'I"\'lce. Force Regulation 35-472 are: I&E Helper, a solution. Both military and civilian
AFI'S material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe AFSC 72210; Apprentice I&E Specialist, AFSC personnel will be utilized. .'
written permission of Armed. Force Press Service.1 Rfpublication of other *
72230 Senior I&E Specialist, AFSC 72250 I&E
matter except by service publications Is p.ohlblted without permission of
.UIM' "O\X 41R NEWC:; Supervisor, AFSC 72270. Women Marines of the Parris Island, S. c.,
Marine Corps Recruit Depot starred in a docu-
The I'SO is Ill open an information center at mentary film. recently made depicting activities -
Fleet Air Units Tl'f.:" the Hotel Diplomat] 108 West 43rd St., New of Women Marines in all phases of their
i York City; in mid-November, for the convenience military lives. No professional actors or accesses -
(Continued from Face 1)) of Service personnel stationed near or vIsiting were-employed.

Va. to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. the New York area. Information con- *
These squadrons were under r cerning housing, theaters, sports and points of
The Alaska National Guard, organized in
the command of Rear Admiral Interest readily will be available.
Osborne B. Hardison, Commander May; 1949, has-completed] its first field train- .
Air Jacksonville with Ing encampment in the far north territory.
Fleet Navy selection boards to recommend active
in Main Admin Participating were two Eskimo scout battalions,
headquarters the duty officers for temporary promotion to the
istration Building, NAS Jax. grades of lieutenant commander and lieutenant composed largely of native hunters, fishermen
and The field exercises also servedto
As Commander Black Air will meet in.tjie immediate future accord- trappers.
test latest Arctic and equipment
Forces, Admiral Hardison directed Ing to the following schedule: Lieutenant clothing ti
all air attacks made upon Jhe commander, line and staff, except dental and developed by Army.
Blue Fleet which was made up supply corps, Nov. 13, 1951. Lieutenant commander *
of some 200 ships of various dental and supply corps, Dec. 4, 1951. The 201st Armored Field Artillery Bn. of the

types. Lieutenant, line and staff, Jan. 22, 1952. Seventh Army on duty in Germany, has been
found by the National Guard Bureah to be the
All units of the Black Air The Military Amateur Radio System MARS) only remaining active units of the original
Forces were placed in a simulated now will accept novice and technician class eight companies that formed the U. S. Aimy
war-time status when the amateur operators for membership. Applicants on June 14, 1775. It is the only known unit
fourth phase began; and person- must be members of the Armed Servicesor that displays both Union and Confederate
nel of the squadrons started an Reserve components, or civilians at least 21 streamers in its battle flag, for service on
around-the-clock schedule. ;years old who possess at the time of application both sides of the Civil War. This National
Flag Plot officers under Admiral the necessary equipment to operate on the Guard report has been verified by the Officeof
Hardison kept a constant plot MARS frequency of 3497.5 kilocycles. Military History. .
of the movements of the Blue
Fleet from the first moment of

its departure from the stagingarea. BACK IN ACTION-Recom- 9 Black Air Force
The immense fleet was dispersed
missioned last August, the 45- ,
into several forces Primary 000-ton battleship USS Iowa is (Continued from Page 1)
force and the first
of the Black Air Force aircraftwas shown before shedding her"mothballs" l nt"ntt"tqe"i1ntlt to staging the current amphibious
the Fast Carrier Task Force at San Francisco assault of the beaches by a Marine I
Naval Shipyard. The famous landing force, Admiral Har-
which included battle-
the giant clreaclnaujfht of WW II Task J/M.,4i 1fI..1i..
USS the carrier S a dison shifted Black Air Force
carrier Midway,
Force 58 fame is presently undergoing units from southern bases north-
Tarawa several
and light car
riers, screened by destroyers and shakedown training J.. .fit. i.o'-J., .M/L. ward in order to more effectively a
prior to joininjthe active
keep the fleet elements under at-
cruisers. fleet. -/.1.1./:1.1 .../f.rliu ./..,;,.. ... .. tack.
Other forces of the Blue Fleet
were the amphibious group anda their way up the coast the tempoof AoJ J..... 11'JOH ..,..,.. On D-Day, which was last
train of supply and auxiliary the war increased to a point Tuesday, Black Air Force planeshit
ships which trailed behind the where Black Air Force 'units amphibious craft heading'forthe ...
carrier task force. from Miami and Sanford were almost om news beach and engaged the Blue
Initial target of the Black Air constantly attacking the Fleet carrier based planes providing -
Force was the Fast Carrier Task Blue Fleet. ,/J..I.J. u C'CT. i 5t air cover for the assault
Force. A few hours after the maneuvers NAS Jacksonville felt the im- l... l.J.J jJ..P.1_.rL.&L ..JIL.Jorcr4 .
began, three long range pact of the carrier based attacksfor 6 ( L'anub Upon completion of LANT7LEX !
P2V Neptune bombers, operating the first time early on the Pratt; '"tbiet 52 the scattered units of
from NAS Miami, made success- morning of November 6 when the Black Air Force returned to
ful simulated atomic-bomb attacks fast bombers carrying mock their home bases to resume nor-

against: the Midway. Scarcely atomic bombs eluded night com- .--... mal routine activities. *
more than 24 hours later bat air patrols and succeeded in ---. .-. -e .
another trio of Neptunes again dumping their bombs on installa- -- -

hammered the carrier task force tions here and at NAAS Cecil DefenseContinued
with mock A-bomb.
a second. Field. PAT-ON-THE-BACK lax Air News has been awardedthe -
By the time the Blue Fleet had Armed Forces Press Service Pat-on-the-back Honorable Mention ( from Page' 1) J
The Blue Fleet, in retaliation, reached a position east of Jack- award in the stateside letterpress class for the month of Octo- spectators for the memorial had
sent its bombers NAS Miami -
over sonville they were making repeated of achieve-
ber 1951 The award is given monthly in recognition
and NAAS Sanford the same attacks on NAS and outlying ment to outstanding service publications which are selected for a very personal meaning to many.
morning with simulated A-bombs, naval installations. All butT their attractiveness, conformity with journalistic principles, readability Chaplain RObert E. Elliott,
inflicting heavy aircraft casualties few of the incoming strikes proper news balance and makeup. The Jax Air News has from NATTCenter, gave the invocation -
at Sanford. Miami escaped were intercepted by Black Air won two previous first place awards. at the park.
with relatively light damage be- Force combat air patrols. Simul- Admiral Price, in his address,
cause most of the planes there taneously with repeling incom-
called for the unification of
were airborne at the time of the
ing attacks Black Air Force American purpose to achieve pre-
attack.Black Air Force command planes were seeking out the Blue Uniform A Help But Cu lies Liltc Guy InsideDoes paredness and added that this
Fleet ships and theoretically inflicting -
must be ready for any at- .
headquarters, evaluating the information heavy damage. the magnetism of your uniform "I've got a certain sympathy for tack.

sition and regarding position of elements the compo-of With the scene of the warfare girl attract or repel the average the average Serviceman," says Other Naval officials on the reviewing -

the Blue Fleet received from shifting northward Admiral i blond, blue eyed Peggy Werber, a stand included: Capt.
Black search planes and subma- Hardison redeployed his forces, Do your military attributes graduate nurse. "They always Douglas T. Day, commanding officer
rines, started launching attack bringing air units to Jacksonvilleand make you preferable over civilians seem to be rushed for time. They NAS; Capt. K O. Ekelund,
plane strikes two davs after the sending others to bases up In the dating department concentrate their fun in a few commanding officer, Green Cove
maneuvers began.; By this time the coast in order to effectively *?, short days or hours. It can be Springs; Capt. Lester K. Rice,
the Blue Fleet had moved up the keep the enemy fleet under at- What's the present day reaction awfully hectic! commanding officer, NATTC; Lt.
coast within range of carrier tack. of the modern female toward "They're a lot more fun," says Col. Fred R. Payne, commanding \
based type aircraft. Blue Force units regrouped Servicemen 7 vivacious Edith Laxer secretary. officer, Marine Air Detachment.I I
Two days later both forces Monday east of Onslow Beach Answers to these questionswere "Hut I don't prefer them over NARTU; Capt. Easton B. Noble.
committed fighter; planes to the preparatory for the large scale obtained by Armed Forces civilians You never know when commanding officer, NARTU, and ,
action for the first time. Jets and amphibious assault of Black Press Service recently when several they'll be shipped out and then Capt. Chauncey Moore, com-
propellered fighter aircraft of the Force, land positions the follow- girls in the vicinity of New It ends up with letter writing." manding officer, Florida Group.
Black Air Force in addition to ing day. They were under attack York U. campus were asked: Lydia Moora, brunette secretary Atlantic Reserve -Fleet, Green ..
Skyraider attack bombers blasted by Black Air Force units up until "What advantages or disadvantages doubts If the Service developsany Cove Springs. ,
the Midway and other ships of the final hours of the last phaseof do you find in dating Servicemen new traits but feel it un- .
her task force LANTFLEX 52. 7"Shapely covers many that existed under "A uniform doesn't Impress me,"
B1-* Fleet carrier based planes i Christine Herman, ttu- the surface "Physically they rate says artistic'Luise Stockl. If* j
fought their way through heavy Sgt. "I Just heard of a baby dent, feel that Servicemen are above civilians. And a good phy- the man that counts."
i combat patrol interception to that gained 20 pounds in one weekon more mature and polity They appMr sique," she sighed, "makes any "They seem to be M rushed I
strafe and bomb installations at elephant's milk." "more attentive, Intelligent, girl look twice.. never know what to expect: ," says
Miami and Sanford. Cpl.: "Stop kidding me. Who's and realistic," she .yM. "Theyseem Lovable Frances IFaye, social youthful JTacqu line ),)'Dwn.
S S baby was It?" to know what life Is all worker "I'm bissea. I'm goingto "Sometimes they frighten me." ..

An the invading ships fought Sfft.: "The elephant's." about," marry one this month." .(ArTS: ). L I IPage


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15 November 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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r Station

Dialogue '1

:': ("Station Dialogue provides

" an opportunity for military and
civilian personnel of NAS to voice

their opinion on a question put to
them by a Jax Air News Reporter -


Toda)"'* question Is: "I low

much spare time do you devoteto
furthering: your education?"

.. ... Neil R. Murphy. ,' BMC, NAS
t PMMA! "I am
just completing

.. ._
a correspondence '

course in ARMISTICE DAY PARADE 'Tn 1 ,
F tlld'6>,, Naval Regulations Hundreds of Navy personnel, ,FrtNc ,

which' plus Navy floats stole the spotlight -
I will be followedby
in the Armistice Day parade .
a Naval 'Orientation ,
p.i held Monday in Jackson-
i I
I UJSO ftla pan 1 .lo ville. Top I left is one of the 3 '
take a course on the Universal floats, the "Blood float", before .

I Code of Military Justice." entering! the line of march.

"Your blood is his life", was

Ens.. Don R. Whitmer, VP-861.: of float createdby
.. .. .. the theme the r q
"I am attending '
.' the Blood Donor Center
Jax: Junior
College two I Top right is the O&R department

nights a week I float, depicting direct local -

majoring in effort in "support of our s aio ,,

Spanish and fighting forces. Bottom showsa

World Litera- WAVES
contingent of
ture. I am also
marching! snappily along For-
studying politi- 4 ;T
i street. -
syth |
cal geography Whither

through USAFI plus the Naval
Aviators Course I. What was that -0os
vu'aa6.ns.-' SeaQ .
J you said about spare time? Winter Uniform


Earl P. Bailey_, Jr., PNT3, Fas- Effective Today.It's Simulated Battle ConditionsFor CPO

C run ti. I have
doubtful that anyone I
enrolled for a need be reminded that old man Marines at NATTCenterMilitary NOTES

k correspon dence winter is here. But now it's I
course In Training official with the Navy, for as exercises under simulated
Major Norman O'Bryan, offi-
of the winter uniform is battle conditions are being hat
today The station fire department
and Education cer-in-charge of the Marine Air
the uniform of the day ,for all conducted' weekly by sup- requested that all chiefs refrain
Detachment that
r and as hands aboard the station. port personnel of the Naval from parking between the club
I I finish and CPOs it's Air Technical Training Cen- "Everta 9 Marine Is potentially a
soon as For officers has and the station barracks. This no
infantryman, as
that I intend to service dress khaki or service ter, Marine Air Detachment.The been well demonstrated in re- tice was run in the station plan-
.. two hour drill, held each
dress blues. of-the-day. This will be the last
cent Korean action. Consequently
. Bailey begin a course Enlisted men don undress Tuesday, is conducted on a pla- notice to offenders. Station police
, with USAFr. In the meantime, blue baker as working uniform toon level with full comple- the here Marine at NATTCenter training will issue the next word on the
I am taking a training course for and dress blue baker for lib- ment, using weapons a platoon program situation.
PNT2." actually uses in combat, including is two-fold-technical trainingin
erty. the occupational field as- There will be a general assembly *
the Browning automatic
Service dress blue baker Is
nfJe. signed, and basic i infantry meeting held on Monday.
Cecil E. Jeffries, AA, X-1: "At the uniform for WAVES. training in infantry tactics." Nov. 19 at 1145, for the purpose
I J J of electing new officials. This
present, most of During their two-hour ses- meeting will be short and to the
my spare time C1' Dependents Get PaymentBy sions, the MAD Marines are put I Contributions point. It is to the advantage of

/ 'Class X' In Japan through motions of setting up I' all chiefs in this area to be there.
is spent with a bivouac under battle condit-
Chiefs can donate 45 minutes of
training course -# Washington. (U"PSSoldiers ions, familiarize themselves I Being Taken For their time to elect the people that
in Korea with dependents in Japan with weapons of the infantryand are running:; the club-which U
for airman. I'
plan to( return new, swlfte/ allotment plan, the on enemy held positions. I Freedom Crusade dance will be held Saturday
Chief of Finance has announced. Such military training goes night at the usual time. The band
to my music ..-. r '.. Previously the usual Class "E" on the entire length of serviceof
Contributions for the Cru- has not been announced as :yet.
.. studies, with piJeffries allotment, whereby a soldier pro a Marine it is pointed Marine out. sade for Freedom will be ac- It will be posted at the club sometime )
Once each out-
in the near future. vides that money be taken from a year this week.
ano major,
fit is inspected by the Inspector all next week at the
his pay for his dependents had to Bingo will be held Friday
Charles W. Miller, QSM1, NAS: be authorized and paid by the General The from Washington, D.of Naval Air Station in conjunc night.
Army Finance Center in St. Louis, operational efficiency tion with the nationwide cam- The Club by-laws and house ,
the unit is checked and
haven't had Mo. The new plan establishes a closely rules were posted on the bulle.
r."I Class "X" allotment whereby authorization special attention given to phy- paign.It tin board this week:
much time
and payment can be sical fitness, ability and military is being emphasized that all
.. to spend tow- bearing of the men. contributions will be voluntaryand I I II
made by the finance disbursing infor.
crook. It gives names of
containers will be placed at
officer in the area where the dependent to be.
ards extracurricular I men and warns neighbors
various locations the
lives. The individual Marine is indoctrinated .
activities to realize that such Navy Exchanges, Main Administration I ware. *

during the Why doesn't some bright military training is vital to building, civilian cafeteria {
per It i N being listened to and its:
Marine Barracks and various
past 14 months son invent a hollow cake of soap? himself. Constant specialized I effectiveness has been graphically
since the ma- Then when the bar is used up training can mean the differ- illustrated thousands of times by'
cannot be stressed too strongly
there wouldn't be those annoyinglittle ence in life and death for the
J Joruy of ,'L mat' that everyone's whole-hearted the stories being brought out by
Miller to pieces left. Marine in combat. support is desperately needed. All 1! refugees of Iron curtain countries. ;
time was spent in an attempt
contributions are entirely voluntary A Rumanian escapee, a woman,
Iceep the North Koreans busy I singer and entertainer, reported j
Now that I have returned I do and personnel are urged j I
whatever can. Every that the popularity of Radio Free
give y
intend to studies as
pick up my *
; coin dropped into the cannisters I Europe was pointed up in Bucharest i
I myself squared
soon as get 1
placed in the various departmentsis by an anecdote which is cur.

away, I a blow against Communism and rently being told there: "A peasant .
; lies, and a vote for truth--and was in Bucharest on business.
E ; peace"I Having no watch, he asked a policeman
New HousingBoard r on the corner what timeit

tTI am <-oavtnoej| that if the was. The policeman had no \
; American people support the Crusade watch either, but looking up at the, i
to Air for Freedom our mutual building around him replied 'It a

weapon for peace-can be so must be about nine-thirty becausethe
.. sharpened so that reason and light people have closed their windows
Rents CostsWashington shall tear down the Iron Curtain to listen to the transmission "
and make freedom of man once of Radio Free Europe'." 1

more a cherished reality. For Last year's campaign brought f fI .
(AFPS-The De- freedom to hear and to read and I enough to build one station. This

fense Department has announced .,' to know the truth is the foundation year the goal Is 25 million\ memo
establishment 0 fan Armed ,it : of man's' libertLes... These bers and 3*. million dollars t>) i i
Forces Housing Agency, designedto erect two additional transmitter
are the words of Harold E. Stas-
provide a uniform policy in in Europe and in Asia. }
sen, National Chairman of the one j
. the matter of housing within the .. I.
k' .. Crusade for Freedom drive for '
.. '
1' ... Services. ::x,... : r members and funds I
496! Marines Make
v The Director of the agency has t. 13' The. Crusade. last year established Capt.

r: not yet been appointed but he Radio Free Europe, Munich, Four hundred and ninety-six: '
, r.. will be an Assistant.. to the Secretary the American people' first stab Marine Corps senior first lieu. j

of Defense. >. at getting the truth to the people tenants on active duty have been {I
will deal with matters I
The agency ....
behind the iron curtain. Being selected for promotion to temporary
affecting family
housing directly in the Services and con JINX VISITS JAX-Barry LaFIeur UN wasn't a real patient, privately-owned and supported by captains. After passing
the American people, it has no physicals, and being otherwise
. '.. sider such things as rents, costs but his blood pressure went sky high when Jinx Falkenburg visit-
of Naval Jinx visited politics to worry about Nothingcan found qualified by their CO's the
adequacy of housing, selection ed the class held for corpsman at the Hospital.
temporary housing, space requirements the station last week in her tour to aid in the "Unified Recruiting prevent RFE from exposinga captains can pin on their new'
and the standardization Program! for Women In the Service", The nurse is Lt. Alice Nielsen high official in*one of the satellite bars. Sixty per cent are Reseavists

I of construction practices. and on the right is Jean Stepancin, IIN, countries a* a murderer or on active duty.-(AFPS). #.

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Four JAX AIR NEWS 15 November 1951

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IS MY SLIPSHOWING IN MIRACLES Fasron (6 vaulted to a tie for
WELL STICK AROUND first place in the touch footballrace
J ,Ih, '. J t ABOUT TEM MINUTES. last week when the squadron -
gridders smashed through; toa
."'/1"US. 38-31 win over vaunted Hos-
1A pital. A playoff will be scheduledto
/ determine the league cham-

; pionship for both teams are tied
In the won-lost column.

r Two .more victories were rack-
ed UD by the volleyball team last
\ week when they downed VF-12
THE DOCTOR SAID and Supply. The bowling team -
was also victorious in a match
II Q FOR ME TO GO ON A with ComFair Jax but the win-

"- DIET, BUT HE DIDN'T ning ways of the squadron were
'' abruptly terminated when the ,
golf team locked horns with a M ,,
stubborn Fasron 109 squad and

I Grant Hart, AN, Roy Fields,
SN, Ken Sexton, ALAN, Ted Miler -
AM3 Donald Hish, ADC and
Tom Butler AM3, are now high
I school graduates by virtue of
I having completed the USAFI
'I General Educational Develop-
'ment tests given by the squadron
I WONDER HOW educational office.


/N PURSE ? When Dean Miller, ADAN, returned -
from leave last week he .
immediately hunted up a yeomanan
AD/ES o UI ceL drequested help in filling out
"BAQ and ComRat" forms. That'sright
Dean took the long, long
step and is now a brown bagger.
PRIOft TO 0800 'I' Wesley Magoon, AC3 of the
I Operations Department, is sched-
uled for release to inactive duty
next January.An .

Canada Start VP-741. VC-62 ReportScouting I the leading efficient chief schedule, Earl set Mally.up by .

I ADC, paid off this week when it
Yukon ManeuversIn I enabled him to take a day off.

Jacksonville Area SquadronsVP741 His assistant, Frank Gilliard
Mid-January I ADC. handled the problems dur-
ing the "vacation" but will soon .
Washington (AFPS)--U. S. and be taking some time away from
Canadian :Army engineers will! During the opening phase of A. Brown, former PNSA has Grentzer, Lt. Millard F. Haley, wctk himself. His parents will be
)launch a six-months-long exer "LANTFLEX '52", all hands have climbed the ladder to PNSN. Lt. Bruce M. Agesen, Lt. HaroldE. arriving in Florida in the near
else in mid January featuring been maintaining an "around the Changing their rate from AA to Johnson Lt. Leeroy A. Stolle, future and Chief Gilliard intendsto
construction of airstrips on frozen clock" schedule of operations to AN are the following named Lt. (jg) Elbert D. Kimble, Lt. take them on a tour of the
lake surfaces in the Yukon Ten t- insure that VP-741's participationwill men: John D. Barnett; Sherman (jg) Arthur B. Bliesener, Ens. state. .
Edmund E. Goodwin, Ens. Edward
be successful. L. Burkett; Arthur M. Cholmeley-
toiy. this of Jones Jr.; Bobby G. Daniels; Wal- A. Middleton Ens. NormanR. Carroll Cole, RM3 and Manuel
fclgnatd "Exercise Eager During particular phase ter H. De Long; Arnold J. Cent Gearhart, Ens. Valfrid E. Pal Miranda, TE2, are now with Fas-
Bearer," It Mill I be the largest the operations they have proved and Ens. Glenn W. Yearous. 6 loan from
their efficiency and effectiveness ner; Joseph H. Getz Jr.: JosephA. mer, ron on ComFairJax.
peacetime all-engineer maneuver Giglio; Edward W. Godfrey; They will stay with the squad
the defense well
and Mill employ 233 Canadian on as as on Allison G. Hamilton; James tF.Hollingsworth They will be opposed by a team rons' communication office until
and 300 V. S. Army engineer the offense. ; Donald E. Kilgus; led by Lt. Carl Collier Jr., aide the LANTFLEX 52 load eases up. ..
Although no accomplishments -
*. have been made, Samuel H. King; John H. Le to Lcdr. Roy B. Dalton, the Dominic Sirignano, ADAN, of
Prior to the exercise. U. S. personnel flight crews and maintenance Compte; James R. Lemley; Wel- squadron executive. It comprisesLt. maintenance is 'White Hat of theWeek'
will undergo winter indoctrination divisions have been showing don D. Martin; Donald R. Sample; Theodore W. Mullen. Lt. William for this week. Formerly a
at Camp Caison, Colo.,, fect harmony, keeping their per i Charles J. Siebert; Jonathan W. A. Reese, Lt. William R. member of the Naval Reserve,
and the Canadians \Valnwrigt, planes in top condition for the Street Jr.; Robert J. Teeney; Eason, Lt. Howard O. Hawley, Lt. Dominic joined the regular Navy
Alberta. Winter training will begin consistant simulated attacks on Henry G. Williams and EdwardM. James F. McDaniel. Lt. (jg) in August 1950 shortly after Inking .
late next month. the opponent. Wilson Jr. Thomas E. Stanley, Lt. (jg) Rob a two week cruise on the USS
VC62A ert L. Morgan. Ens. Thomas G. Missouri.

First WAVE Contingent !j Adding to the squadron's com- competition, centering around I Workinger Ens., John Ens.R. Farrell.Donald Ens.E. Great Lakes was the scene ofDominic's
plement and hailing from NAT- flight and ground' activities, has Kough, recruit training and
Ens. James M.
A. Rohrer.
Arrives At Bainbridge TC Memphis Tenn. we welcome been instituted for officers of I Russ Henry and Photo. Cecil A. Moe. from there he.was transfered directly > ..
aboard Charles M. O'Malley Jr., Composite Squadron Sixty-Two to Fasron 6. Despite the
BainbrUlge( Md. (API'S) The AA; and Mose L. Brown AA. at Cecil Field by Comdr. LeroyW. Homer A. "Tony"ranks Sandifer the"brownbaggers" short time he has been in service
first contingent of WAVEs has arrived The squadron wishes to wel- Keith, the outfit's skipper. AFI, joined the of Dominic has qualified for the
for recruit training at this come back Herbert F. Hancockand Based on a point system, the when Sweat mar-of AD3 rating test and will probe
naval center. Eventually their Joseph Y. Bassett who have officers will compete for honorsin ried the former Faye Nov. 3. ably be adding the crow to his
quota will reach 132 weekly. just completed a short monitor aerial photography, instrument Jacksonville wedding on took Saturday place, at the jumpers next spring. ..
Previousy. WAVEs trained at course in ABC defense at Nor flying and gunnery; and at home of the' bride's mother in Dominic majored in auto me-
the Great Lakes Naval Training folk Va. ground school and in athletics.Lt. .
Jacksonville. Robert Baer AF2, chanics while in high school in
Center, but facilities at Bainbridge John Balcerak, squadron best man and Mrs. Lollie his home town of New Haven
were considered more adquate for Hard work and plenty studyinghas operations officer is captain of Wilson was was matron; of honor.Lt. Conn., and is following that line
.. the expanded program.Away". paid off for 23 men. Gilman one team which includes Lt. John Roy D. Plunkett, assistant in the Navy, having been assigned -
I photographic officer for the to mechanics duties with the
liB om b I II I squadron is currently on TAD orders squadron. His spare time is taken _
to the Naval Air Station at up by tinkering with car engines
Jacksonville where he is serving or building gas model airplanes.

Crews Of VP-741 Sink Subs In Exercises as station photographic officer. .

Two squadron detachments are I Three Ships To PeruThe
participating in the current
.. LANTFLEX maneuvers. Lt. (j jg) U. S. recently transfer'i ed .

Operating out of Cherry Point his first mock attack circled and trol plane commander's Shaw Arthur B. Bliesener and Ens. three destroyer escorts to the government .
MCAS during phase two of made his kill on the second as I and Bell on behalf of their crews, John R. Farrell are photographing I I of Peru as part of the
"LANTFLEX '52", current Atlan. the sub was disappearing be- accepted "Our Hero" awards the southern phase of the operation !I Mutual Defense Assistance Program -
MeridithC. from their while Lt. (jg) Thoma E. The ships transferred!
tic Fleet exercises Lt. neath the surface. Assisted by Lt. commanding officer, ;
Shaw of Patrol Squadron 741 Bob Lambert co-pilot; Lt. Lean- Lcdr. Charles W. Rogers, who Stanley and Ens. Tom Workinger were: USS Eangust' DE 7C9I: )
has been credited as the first pilot der Green, Navigator and crew has recently been selected for will cover the fleet as it USS Waterman (DB 740) and
of his to sink Blue full commander. northward. I USS Weaver (DE 741))
squadron a members Francis M. Moore AL2; promotion to moves
Fleet (invading force) subma- William B. McAfee, AL3; Joseph ------------------...-,____:::..:r.::::;.- ., ..a ---;:;;:::;

rine. M. Binns ADI; Max E. Mooney- 4 i
Lt. Shaw and his P2V Neptune ham. AD3; Joe C. Baxley, AO2. I
bomber crew are part of the Black Lt. Shaw made his attack off the
Force search element commanded coast of North Carolina. I .
by Rear Admiral Richard F. a j
Whitehead. This element is nowa I
part of Black Air Force under When asked what he attributed
the command of Rear Admiral as his biggest aid in destroyingthe '
Osborne B. Hardison, Commander I enemy, Lt. Shaw replied,,
Fleet Air Jacksonville. The fact that it was a sunrise
attack gave us a chance to surprise
them before they had a
The fleet type submarine was "
chance to dive,
sighted on the morning of Oct.

24 flank sweeping speed through, apparently the waterat in an sinking Less than of the 24 first hours Blue after Fleet the 4 H I ii ui.t
effort to make up for lost time. "boat", Lt. Dudley Bell of the
same squadron, sank a second off.
Intent upon destroying the enemy v
Lt. Shaw, after missing on the coast of Jacksonville. .t
Flying the same type plane, Lt,
Traffic Violations Bell spotted the.surfaced craft
k by use of his landing lights at .
Listed below are the traffic violations approximately 0340 on the morn- .' .'
committed aboard this ing of Oct. 25. Other members oi : : : \0 :
"....:.:...."_:. ,,
station for the period November of the plane were Lt. Richard ... <<- >>
1 to November 8: O'Reair, co-pilot; Lt. Ed Barran- SUB-HUNTERS GET AWARDS-Officers and crew members of crews 3 and 8 of VP-741 are shownas
Multiple) offenses: V. A. Bovan; ger, Navigator, and crew mem- they received "Our Hero" awards in recognition, as the first crews of their squadron to sink an
J. A. Thompkins, ATAN; R. T. bers, Alfred N. Inman, A02; Wy- enemy submarine during Atlantic Fleet Exercises. From left to right are, Lcdr. Charles Rogers,
Oither, 11N.Speeding man R. Smith, AL3; Louie A. skipper of VP-741, making the presentation; Lt. Dudley Bell; Lt. Meredith Shaw; Lt. Richard O'-
: R. H. Seim, AA. Lesley, AD3; William T Bell, Reair; Lt. Edwin Harranger; Lt. Emil Ek; Lt. Sherman Rowe; Lt. Robert Lambert; Francis Moore
Involved in accident: L. Q. hayden ALl. AL2; William McAfee. AL3; Joseph Binns, ADI; !Max: Moneyham, AD3; Joe Baxley, AOl; Alfred In-
Smith AL3 Louie Lesley AD3; William Bell, ALl. Missing is John Smith, ADC.Page .
CSc. In recognition of their skill pa man, AO2; Wynun ; ,



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,. 15 November 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Standard CourseIn local Art Club M

First Aid Showing GrowthThe JI

Given At Center NAS Jax Art Club, still no >Ii
more than an infant, is showing :'
healthy indications of becominga
The first standard course z lusty precocious child. Ht-- ,
. !in 1 first aid since 1912) : was di ) M Meeting every Wednesdaynight "
conducted at the NATTCenter $ w rx in the NAS library until :1I.::1

Dispensary last week. more spacious and permanent r !
quarters can be found the charter
The course! is being conductedby organization of about 25 young
Lt. James F. Pennington, men and women of the station j't
NATTC Dental officer, and will and its commands are haying I A
consist of 18 hours of instructionin plans whose completion lie! far .y "
.. the fundamentals of first aid, beyond the probable extent of
according to Harold W, Anderson, x their duty in Jax.Encouragement t
Director of Safety Services, Du- .
is being
re jh
val County Chapter, ,AmericanRed ceived from sources best able to h
Cross. bring about fulfillment of the
"We hope to inspire all depart- 1 I
r group's planning, and it is hoped
ments in the area to make avail- that before another week passes
' able this type of training for the local artists will have a placeof
their personnel," said Anderson. i their own.Recruiting,
He pointed out that interested
for the club
parties should contact the Duval PROPAGANDA, NO LESS!!"What's All This", might be the professional and potential among artists; ;

County Chapter of the Red Crossif thoughts of personnel above as they read the psychological leaf- is still 'going on, for in- '
they desire to form classes. Ap- lets dropped from jet fighters of the invading Blue Fleet during j terestedin working with anyone brush :a .

plications will be assembled with LANTFLEX maneuvers. Left to right are, Herbert G. Baker, YN1, or pen is automatically tagged for' ,, f
others who request instruction at of VF-12; George Vitko, PRAN; Frank Gaelanl, AN; Jay G. membership. Some instruction'' fF
the same time. Stark, ADAN, and Paul Barr, AN, all of VF-11. : and F
professional criticism already
is fr
There are now 30 persons un- :1' assured from Jacksonvilleartists ) k kr r
der instruction at the NATTCenter Propaganda 'LANTFLEX Style''Comrades I, who have )long professedan I r I
Dispensary. I interest in the organization of
. The standard Red Cross First such a club.
You've Been Used
Aid Course is offered only by authorized I To bring the club more sharply i
Red Cross instructors. into general focus, Manual Miranda -

These instructors are required to Go Home To Await Surrender' TE2, has drawn up a numberof t I.'t
i t< r
maintain certain standards and crayon posters which have
to be active in order to retain been posted. Meanwhile a com I
their instructor's United Nations forces in Korea aren't the only ones dropping
'status.W'eddiln mittee headed
by Robert Karr,
I I propaganda leaflets. The Blue Fleet, seemingly out of nowhere, HN, of the
Dispensary, is' busily
dropped countless numbers on NAS, Jacksonville during phase four
of Plane of "LANTFLEX '52" Atlantic Fleet Exercises just completed. drawing ials and up an estimate of mater r.
equipment needed for
With the realism of actual war
fare, attacking aircraft of the invading "If there are any eager( beav- the time when appropriate quarters -
.. and Jeep May fleet scattered hundredsof ers who see the light; and wishto are made available. II
leaflets as they made their help speed the end of the r *
strafing and bombing attacks. conflict they may proceed immediately -
Produce Fleeps Thousands of personnel watched to the front lines, Group Report'
present this missive produceand
the shower of leaflets that i
floated slowly earthward in the receive such special consid- ;
. Asks ActionOn
Mr Airplane and Mrs. Jeep wake of the speedy jet fighters eration as extra chow, smokes 'j
may soon become the proud par-, and a choice of concentrationcamps r
ents of a little bundle from research anywhere in the free ij
heaven-the fleep. As wondering watchers gathered world." UMT Law .

Latest plans now before the the psychological( warfare
Army's research and development leaflets they were amused to i Amnesty Committee, Washington! (AFPSThe Na- j k
read: TilE GOOD FORCES. tional Security Training Commis- ,
officials call for an airphibian I I
jeep capable of operating either "Comrades, you've been used sion, after four months' delibera- :a
as a plane or on the ground as a I! "Now that you and all your I What was the reaction Most tion, has made public its findings
wheeled vehicle. equipment have had it, why personnel failed to grasp the full regarding Universal Military '
Whatever the official name for I not face facts, go home to the intent of the propaganda contained Training 'J'I

the projected alt'mobile or autoplane wife and kiddies, relax, and in the leaflets, but were af- In essence, the committee 'I'IREMEMBER
it wait until we come back to forded a good laugh over the recommended that legislation to 'Ii
stay Further resistance is use- uniqueness and originality of
6 will un- begin a program of UMT should I i
doubtedly less as already our invincible such methods in maneuvers get underway at the "earliest f 'II
be forces are going( ashore and up To others, it was the first Indication (uksklble date."
to now haven't met so much as ..Zr.
dubbed"flee that something special in It also recommended that all j
.' p"by a cold shoulder in the way of the way of fleet exercises was be- physically and mentally acceptable .. : I
hostile actions.
ni ck ing held here. They were frankly young men serve a. period of a
name.happy Whyfry? Now is the time puzzled.AirGround, six months. I i
Ser- for all wise men to realize that I The men would be inducted
vicemen.Army. the jig is up and that we are Liaison through Selective Service, but SLAVE GlRL-i
officers about to give the boot to the School would have the right to volunteer Here's Gwen Cauldwell, one l
who crowd that has given you sucha at a time personally accept- of the slave girls featured in
4 hard time for such longtime Taking a lesson from the suc-
.. have flown a able to them. This means thata one of the latest Tarzan move
and driven cessful all-ground liaison operations full academic year of schooling ies, "Tarzan and the Slave
1 the fleep's "Any aggressive( action of U. N. forces in Korea, I would not be intemipted. I Girl,
yrr forces senselessand
against; our is
civilianbrother can only delay She inevitable the 1st Armored Div.. Ft. Hood, About 800,000 men a year
would train under ImplenHnfed I
a fully -
matter of hours. In addi- Tex, is conducting a six-hour all-
lllillilY Couple
l tion the instigators of such action I program.
developed by Continental, Inc., of will be clobbered in this ground procedure course. Unit The Army would train 50 per
Danbury, Conn., are enthusiastic same manner that you have field exeicises with the 132nd cent of the nun, the Navy and
about its performance and pos- witnessed today. Fighter-Bomber Group this month Marines 28 per cent and the Air

sibilities. "I repeat-go home and wait will give officers taking the course Force 22 per cent. I
until we return to accept jour I practical training in tactical\ air After the period of training, the SALTY HUMOR FROM
Various telt" have been con surrender. support.-AFPS). men would go into the Rescues. I
ducted to Illustrate how the ait- The Uniform Code of Military ,
phibian could 1 be converted Justice would apply to the trainees.
Mother: "Where do bad little t
aircraft to 'road in cases of major crimes
Horn an a vehicle ?" j
in less than five minutes Contained within the report ace gills go "
and from a load vehicle to an I detailed legislative proposals to Daughter: 'Evetvwheie 'r Y

airplane in less than seven min- promote the safety, health, w el- mind' -i
She: 'I've changed my
fare and morale of the corps
utes. I --- He: 'Does it woik any better .
In keeping with the Aimy's Ill Iceland than the old one ?" ;
program of finding improvementsin e x Only 1 Year

military mobility, the fleep I I The tour of duty for military A man I know cleaned his shot $
would permit reconnaissance, ob- personnel of all Services in Iceland gun on the front porch yesterday j
servation, movement of personnel, has been changed to 12 months and today his daughter had eight 'f
evacuation of wounded and sup- 1ti< : without dependents and 24. months proposals.The .
ply and transport functions eitheron with dependents This change in j
the ground or in the air tour was based on a decision by will read: "And so beingof _.I
the Joint Chiefs of Staff sound mind, J spent every centI r
Sketches of the contemplated had before I died." .

fleep resemble both the present w -;" '
Army Liaison type plane and Customer: Remember that
.. the sturdy jeep. Plans. presented cheese you sold me yesterday ?" ,
to Army research and de- Grocer: "Yes, it was fine Swiss. )
velopment officials outline a cheese."

single engine, closed cabin, high Customer: "Did you say it was ,
'imported' or 'dt'pol'te-d' from
winged aircraft easily conveit- '
t ible by one person without tools. Switzerland ?" 1

While aloft the dual. purpose f f4t
In a race there were a bumble
earlier would accommodate a pi- i
a bee, a honey bee and vitamin B,
Jot and observer, including their
i The vitamin B-l. i:
parachutes and tactical radio ) h

equipment. Professor: 'I will not begin to ,
day's lecture until the room settles ;t.;
Princess Salutes Navy down."

Naval and Coast Guard ships Voice from the rear: "Go home
stationed in the Atlantic recently and sleep it off,"

received a thoughtful message of
gratitude; from Princess Eliza- "Drop in some night," said the
beth. The message, forwarded by Eskimo, "and we'll chew the fat
the British Admiralty through the together."

Commander in Chief of the Eastern READY FOR STRIKE-Prior to going aloft on a strike againstthe
Atlantic and Mediterranean, invading "Blue Fleet" during LANTFLEX, Lt. (Jg) Bill Du- A paratrooper is a soldier who ., _,_,

,J'ead.Uy; husband, and I wouldbe pref (In plane), checks orders with Lt. (Js) Dan Fraley in right climbs down from trees he never
grad. : I, .convey The ground crew gives aircraft a last minute check, top, climbed up. q'SymptoMs
our a 'at.. ?before takeoff. The crew includes Fred Schutte AN, partially hid : -;
tioneel'', 'lOUr den by wing; Frank Gorski, ADS, on wing; Don L. Ditto ADS, be- are ted lights. Pe >- t,,

: flight 1;: rvL'wr1 ,"feind cockpit and Joe Diigemir, AN, holding CO2 fire bottle. pie who ignore red lights get hurt ';'

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Six JAX AIR NEWS 15 November 1951 ,

Donnelly Wins With The Wind and Rain In Their Hair

Weekly Football AE School Cops NATTCenter

Pick Contest .. SELECT TilE WINNERS Intra-Mural Touch Grid TitleAviation

Games for Saturday, Nov. 17
James Donnelly, AEC. of Aviation Electrician School upset Aircraft Maintenance 6-0 to
Electrician A School at NAT- (Home teams in right column) win NATTCenter's intra-mural touch football championship last
TCenter was declared the win- week in, a rainswept. defensive duel.Each .
of the Jax Air News Foot Army .vs.._...........-._...... Penn team is scheduled to play
ner time, Maintenance held for four
ball Special last week. V ill an 0\'a's..............__.....Boston College a team a 2-game,from: Green home-and-home Cove Springsin series downs on their own 13 early in

Donnelly was tied with Edward Colgate ..._............. .............vs..................._......_ Syracuse November 19 and 20. The the third period. Later, Lubinski

Hof'fmeyer, DN of Dental Navy ....................:...._.........vs.........................._. Columbia second tilt is listed under the streaked 44 yards around right
Clinic and Eugene Carlson. ADI, end to the Maintenance 18 behind
lights at Green Cove. Further
Cornell's. ...... DartmouthPenn
109 each of them
of Fasron ,- AE School probably will meet stellar blocking then pass-
missing but five out of 21. How State ..............._.........vs............................... Rutgers the NAS champions when Main. ed to Larson for the lone TD. ? ,

ever, Donnelly claimed the top Yale ............._.............__.....'.8............_.....:........ Princeton side's intra-murals are completed. Defense Sparkles
prize on the strength of the tie Illinois .-..vs......._..............._ Ohio State Dopesters gave Aircraft Main Outstanding Electrician players

breaker.The winner predicted the score Iowa .?..._.__........\'s...._......_............ Wisconsin tenance week's championship the edge to game win on last the and included defensive Moody line, offensive backer;center Elliot

of the Georgia-Florida.; fray as 20- Northwestern ..........,_._..vs.....:..-._ .::........,.... Michigan strength of its 13-0-1 record in and Miller, offensive-defensive .
8. The final score was 7-6 in favorof Minnesota\ .vs......_.............._. Purdue American League competition.AE guard and end respectively, and
Georgia. Notre Dame"s._ North Carolina School-had compiled a 12-1-2 running back Robichaud.
Carlson was second closest to season total in the tougher National Maintenance standouts on offense *
the correct score, his being 20- Georgia Tech .\' Alabama League included Bob George; one
14 in favor of Georgia. Hoffmeyer Georgia ..._vs. Auburn AE Checks Sullivan of the American League's best

was forced to take third prize because Florida .:...........\' _. Miami But the Aircraft Maintenance all-around halfbacks, a top pass-
he chose Florida to whip nabber and defensive
Georgia. Tennessee ............................vs............._............. Mississippi passing attack bogged: down in Sullivan who made mainstay.a circus

Donnelly thus wins first prizeof Arkansas ..........................._vs.................r................... SMU the rain despite brilliant back catch for a first down midway in
field work John L. Sullivan
$3.00 cash award Carlson Texas A. & M. Rice by the second and ends
; ..._" .- in action with injured knee. period, :
takes second prize of a case of TCU's...............................___... Texas Sullivan completed an six of 22 Charley Hedges and lanky Chuck
soft drinks from the Navy Exchange Kerr, Starring on defense were
drive-in ,drinks stand Oregon State's............................... StanfordJax pass tries and made a twisting linemen Stan Woodworth, Bill

while Hoffmeyer takes third Navy ._.............vs.........:..................... Norfolk 35-yard dash late in the second Landgraf and John McLaughlin:
period in of the three
prize, a meal chit to the civilian one run and backs Chet Ingram, Larry .
cafeteria. (Predict the score of this .game) ning plays Aircraft's. Maintenancetried Wallace and K. C. Toussel.
all afternoon.AE
the Statistics showed first
Experiencing toughestweek five
to date, there were only Florida .vs: .?. Miami\ i School piled up yardage downs for AE School and four for
with 15 running plays and com
four fans who missed six, and Maintenance plus four interceptions
several who missed seven. The Name__......_......._......_........_....-.... I r ate/Ia i 11 k......._...__ pleted five of 16 pass attempts, each. AE School was penal
jest had a very bad day, missingas one from an Manager 18-yard Len touchdown Lubinski toss to I ized a total of 45 yards all in the

many as a dozen or more. Unit t Assigned To..........._....._......_..........Phone............._ End Ed Larson with four minutesto first half, while Maintenance lost
t only five yards on penalties.
Rules play. .
Aircraft Maintenance crossed
Leads UnchangedIn 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof AE School's 20-yard line three
each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark after the times without scoring. Midway in Gagers In Tune-up '
Intra-Mural team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) the second period the Electricians
after the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. held for four downs on their
2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties own 7 while Maintenance triedin I With Jax Junior

Links count as losses unless predicted. vain to crack their pass de. .
StandingsNATTCenter 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the fense. .
game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with AE School got Inside the Main 'College Saturday
and Cecil Field the most nearly correct score will win the contest. tenance 20 just twice. The first
golfers continued to maintain 4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con 1 Jax' Navy's Cagers tangle with
commanding leads in Americanand sidered. Contestants must make all 21 selections plus Indicating Jacksonville Jr. College in a
National league intra-mural the score of the one tie-breaker game to be eligible. Tanker Has warm-up fracas Saturday night .
golf play, respectively.NATTCenter 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for Nov. 24 at 2000 in the Lee High
widened its mar any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final gym.
gin by crushing Overhaul & Repair ratings.. Duel Role As' The game will be a conditionerfor
4-0 last week. In other 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630( the Fliers in preparation for
American results, NAB 6-Admin- Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main Administration their first game on Nov. 30
istration split with Hospital each Building. against Patrick Air Force Base.
gaining two points, while Supplywas 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exception Cargo ShipIt's Steve Zebos, a 6 foot, 5 inch,
also held to a split with of personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the 220-pounder lighted the eyes of .
Operations.Cecil contest. a strange sight.--a Navy team well-wishers when he re-
continued to move far 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. tanker plowing through the seas ported for practice a week ago
into the National lead by virtueof 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the with a load of planes on her deck He is attached to Marine Avia
a one sided 1-2 win over NAR- Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. A quick look would betray the tion at NATTC and played two
TU last week. In the only other 10. First prize is $3.00 cash award; second prize, a case unaccustomed eye into believingit years of basketball at the Uni-
National loop contest Fasron 109 of soft drinks; third, a free meal chit at the Civilian Cafeteria. to be a small aircraft carrier. versity of Illinois.
bested Fasron Six 8-4. Such is not the case, however.The The team has. a few fairly tall
STANDINGSAmerican deck on which the planesare men in the practice line-ups: and
riding is merely an ingenious experienced men like Pat Voyles.
NATTC u..ou_... _._.. "_ 23 Center Eyes Opening of I Free Sporting News addition to the tanker which per ] 6'2" ex-Mississippi freshman and
NAB 6-Adm. _".'h. 2012 Available Here mits Military Sea TransportationService one year regular on Eastern State
Hospital _...._...h... l51,z Infra-Mural Cage Play vessels to double as cargo I Teachers, and Frank Kloss from
Supply ....--_---..._._.__ 15 Each week the Jax Air News Adelphi College, carry height and
Operations ._. .. .._. ships.Constructed
.u. scheduled receives 200 copies of the of aluminum, the12,000s.quarefoot
basketball is Sport
Com-PW-O & R _....---._ ........ 7 Intramural deck: 5.5
National to begin: December 3 at ing News for free distribution to puce

Cecil ..u _..... ....____._ 59'i NATTCenter according to Spe service personnel. can only be two quickly assembled If by Airman School .
Fasron 109 ._.. _.._ ......., .._.... 48 Vi cial Services officials. Personnel falling to get their There Is no men piece In necewtary.the 1,000-
FAW 11-VP3 ._..._..35 Expected to enter are 12 teams flee copy of the Sporting News unit deck which weighs more I
Fasron 6 _.........-UJ.........._.. 30 divided in two leagues. AO Schoolis can pick them up in the Jax than 175 pound>> Clubs Maintain
NARTU ...._........___._._.: 264 defending champion. Air News office, room 123, Main Known to tanker sailors as
ComFairJax ._..._.?.._ _'" 12';' Administration building. Units versatile
"mechano decking, .t he LeadsAO
Chase Steals HonorsIn wishing to take care of distribution structure is assembled along the Bowling
AO School Paces to their own personnel. can lines of an erector set.
School's Red team .kept
Blind Bogey PlayBill also do so. these decks
By employing cargo ,.
climbing back toward the American .
Center VolleyballAO .
the Navy is able to ship fighting
Chase Sr. dominated playin League lead in NATTCen- ,
School shaped up as the the weekly blind bogey at the Woman in traffic court: "I was aircraft where needed without ter's intra-mural bowling last
team to beat in NATTCenter's local links, scoring an 80 to top driving down Congress avenue tying up a carrier which mightbe week while graduations began to I'
with my husband at the wheel in demand in another area.AFI'S tell both ANP
Student I
Volleyball intra-murals after the field, tallying the longest on )
three weeks play. I drive and winning closest to the ( ) teams as they slid down. in the I
The Ordnancemen were far out pin honors. The longest putt was standings. .
in front in the Center's five-team made by Jack Jackson. ANP) Ship's Company teams 'I
league with a 5-0 record. Tied for were on top in both leagues-seven -
ANP Com points ahead in the American
pany and were Aircraft)Maintenance Ship's Destroyer Catches Reds'Camouflage lir lr..,., ...,. 'League and just one point up in

each with two wins and two the nip-and-tuck National race. .
I losses. SlippingWith For the third straight week AO

Standings the I'. S. Navy off Korea School Red copped all four Amer
W L ican League honors and set a new
AO School 5 0 (AFPS)-The destroyer USS Ren- season record for high team series
ANP) Ship's Co. 2 2 shaw recently caught the Chinese -2436. Their high single
Aircraft Maint. 2 2 Reds with their camouflage slipping game was 825. Bud Snyder roll .
PersonnelSupply 1 3 and ed high single game, 215, and Bob
1 4 destroyed an enemy Betts posted high weekly average
L. shore batter)'. 186. ,. '

I By Schuffert Patrolling off the east coast, officers National League honors wentto
AK School with
high team series '1
\ the escort saw
on 2163, and to Shop Stores
; what appeared to be patches ot high single game, 772. Reynolds:

t green vegetation>> sliding down the h 4 of AK School posted high single
face of a cliff. The movement exposed game 193, and high weekly average -
a Communist command post 164.Eighth.
and gun emplacement which offered week standings and
a perfect target for the It.....- point scores:
t.baw's 5-inch guns. American League
t ANP) Ship's Co. Red 52
" Marine Air Detachment *5 ..
NROTC Exams Dec. 8 AO School Red 43
ANP) Students Red 40
The sixth nation-wide competitive AE School 40
examination under the Navy's Y. Air Fam 37 ;
I, College Training Program, Naval First Lt. 35
. Reserve Officers' Training Corps, WAVES 13National

. .... has been scheduled for Dec. 8. Ten League
- per cent of the scholarships offered ANP) .Ship's. Co. Blue 51Personas
:t" under the 1952 NROTC program <".f. < m:. b0AN
0' are available to enlisted personnel "GOING MY WAY"-Tommy Warner of Ordnance & Gunnery (>' 1to
on active duty in a Regularor puts a halt to the rushing of Supply's Jim Mortimer during action I Shop .. .\'\ 1. 40 '-'
That' not what I meant when I Reserve component of the U. in their NAS touch football scrap Ordnance took a nip and tuck AK \. I"I'" %7 'et
S. Naval Service affair 23-21.; : 1\0 ': lar
uld U guard the Central: -..;rl Ili' ,,.1- "
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Fliers Succumb 63-7 to Jackson; '

Face Norfolk Combine Saturday

:aI Fort Jackson's. Golden Arrow Dixies lived up to their -

reputation last Saturday when they passed and ran to a Statistics Dixles FIlers

63-7 victory over the Jax Navy Fliers on the Fliers' home First Downs 10.4

field Rushing Yardage 180 4

I EIy The Golden Arrow Dixies, tout- Passes Attempted 17 IZ
ed as the highest rated team in Mike Norman kicking against avery Passes Completed 12 5
a the nation both offensively and strong wind booted 25 yardsto Passing Yardage 205 79
LL defensively, had to take to the the 50-yard marker. Hugh Pep- Interceptions 3 1
< >w JI air to run up the high score when per carried around his right end Punts 3 10
< ? t? they met a very stubborn-Jax de- for 50 yards and one more score.. Punting Averages 35 23
fense in""the first half. The conversion was made by Silo Punt Returns 5 3
Jack Del Bello sparkpluggedthe vera to make it 42-0. Fumbles 2 0
Jackson team with a dazzling Too Many Passes Fumbles Recovered 0 2
array of passes and showed he After a fruitless set of downs Penalties 60 5
could run when need be. the Fliers booted to the Fort
Darrell Spang who is always a I Jackson 30 and Alan Egler ran hurt in the first half of the game-
threat on the field played only on it back to the 40. will probably be in uniform also.
defense because of a hip injury Jack Del Bello combined with Approximately the same offen-
I sive team will be fielded.this
in the game with Florida State Merle Leisher once again for a
Saturday against the Norfolk
University. Mike Norman carried pass play that was finally brokenup
Ld the brunt of the game for the on the 5-yard line by Flier team as was put up before the
Fliers, doing the passing and run Clem Diloreto. George Shotwell and Bill
Hopkins will be at ends; Walt
____u___________ ____ ning. Colin Anderson muffed a Del Conrad and Luther Rice at tac-
Score Early Bello
CARRY JAX COLORS-Two of the mittmen who will carry The first Fort Jackson score two when pass he Jimmy ran into Glisson tackle Wil-lost kle; Bob Duerr and Jim Heck at

Jax Navy banners in the smoker with Green Cove tonight are came as a result of a pass being buer Sweat then went the whole guards, and Paul Webb at center.In .

light heavyweight Pete Arwood, left, and Jocko Janetske, right. ruled complete for the Dixies on' distance to the end zone. Silvera's be the backfield DePasquali will
the Jax 15-yard stripe'because of kick made it 47-0. at quarter, Mike Norman and
Arwood meets Ted O'Neal, while Janetske clashes with clever Darrell
interference. Jimmy Glisson and Red Jenkins Spang at half, and either ..
George Torres in a welterweight go. The smoker is billed for 2000 fullback Hugh Pepper drove Hugh Pepper in the pitched fourth out quar-to George; Minihan or Jim Bishopat

at NATTC auditorium. through the line for one yard ter for 25 yards and a first downon fullback. ,
each, Jimmy Glisson dove to the the Navy 35. Jimmy Glisson ,
one yard line and Jenkins went went through the center for a 35-
Fasron 6 Holds
Jax Navy Green Cove Mix over. Joe Silvera converted the yard run. Silvera converted for a
first of nine extra points. 56-0 count.
I A pass by Mike Norman to Fliers Score One Bowling LeadFasron
George Shotwell early in the sec- Clem Diloreto recovered a
ond quarter was intercepted by Golden Arrow fumble on the Six retained its NAS intramural -
In Ring Smoker TonightTwo I, Henry Blanc on the Navy 32-yard Jackson 37-yard line. Mike Norman volleyball league lead
line, to set up the second marker. passed to George Tarzetti! this week by taking Supply over
Del Bello tossed to Merle Leisher for eight, Carnes tried a quarterback the coals in a fast 15-0, 15-7 set
long time rivals] in ring warfare, Jax Navy and for six. A Del Bello-to-Leisher sneak, and Fort Jackson was Supply has settled into a firm

Green Cove Springs Navy, send their best mittmen into the pass with a lateral to Doug Lock- penalized 5 yards for being off fourth place position.
Fasron 109 kept right the
ridge for good measure brought side which made it first down for I : on
.. ring tonight in a boxing card slated] for 2000 at NATTCenter the ball to the twelve. The Dixie the Fliers. heels of the leaders as they

nnditnr ium. quarterback tossed again to Jim George Tarzetti tossed to I bounced Photo Lab 15-9, 12-15,
Some eight fast bouts are on Glisson for the TD. Silvera con- George Shotwell for the 25-yard and 1513. Fasron 109 is due to
tap tonight, with featherweightsJackie Janetske Against Torres verted to make it 14-0. touchdown. Ed Barbush converted play Fasron Six this week to de-
Cunningham of Jax going Joe Miner of Green Cove will Del Bello Shines to give Navy its lone seven termine the leadership cf the
against Bob Ritter of Green Cove. mix it up with Bob Harris of Jax A quick kick by Norman, points. league.
Hitter decisioned Cunninghamthe in another welterweight go. Harris blocked by the Golden Arrows Hugh Pepper promptly ran a O&R also suffered at the handsof
last time they met. lost a decision to Jerry Deley on the Navy 15, paved the way kickoff 50 yards back into Navy the ambitious 109'ers as they
Arwood Meets O'Neal in the NAS-NATTC smoker recently for"another second quarter marker. territory. Del Bello tossed to were dealt with, in short and
Ted O'Neal, who has been fighting Although Wilbur Sweat dropped Hugh Pepper for the last score of sweet manner, 15-12 plus a shutout -
in the heavyweight division Jumpin' Jocko Janetske will try Del Bello 13 yards behind the the game on the first play from 110.
comes down a notch in the light his hand in the welterweightranks scrimmage line the loss was regained scrimmage to make the score 1 Fleet Air Wing 11 drew a bye
.r heavy ranks in a fracas with Jax for Jax as he goes againsttough ; by a screen pass from Del 53-7. to remain in last place. .
Navy's Pete Arwood. O'Neal in George Torres of Green Bello to Pepper for 15 yards. Score by QuartersJax I I Standings

his last time out, kayoed NATT- Cove. Jocko whipped Bob Gay- Glisson went for nine to the __,.............. 0 0 0 1- 7 W L
Center's Huck Gilcrest in the sec- ner in his last ring start, while 3 through tackle then picked up Jackson _......_.,7 28 11 14-63 Fasron 6 10 .0
ond round. Torres whipped Tom Johnson of another one to put the ball on Meet Norfolk Fasron 109 10 1
,, "Old Faithful" Carl Burrell, Jax in his last outing, the 1-yard line. Red Jenkins went This Saturday the Fliers will O&R 6 3 .
Jax Navy welterweight will trade Carrying Jax Navy's hopes i in over for the score. Silvera booted take on some one their own size Supply 3 7
the middleweight division will be for extra point. Jackson 20 when VF-12 1 4
I punches with Joe Lissy. The two they test their luck againstthe
fought to a draw in their last Curtis Moore who tangles with Jax, 0.After. NAS Norfolk aggregation at Photo Lab 1 5
melee. Burrell will be out for this Bill Sibley, a hard puncher. four Jax plays Red Jen- Norfolk FAW 11 0 C
one, since he was convinced he In another lightweight match kins went 45 yards to score but The game should be more interesting -
should have won the last mee't- Bob Gayner of Jax will exchange was called back for an offside for Flier fans since the
ing. wallops with Oscar Albaugh, penalty. Del Bello took to the teams are so much more evenly Field NarrowsIn
tricky Green Cove battler. air for two quick tosses and an- matched. The Norfolk team operates .
I other tally. One went to Merle out of a single wing, as the
Patty Berg To Appear Slate ShootA Leisher for six and a long one Fliers do, and has had similar Fall CupTourney
Turkey intended for Leisher again but trouble with foes Parris Island
I Here November 27 Turkey Shoot will be held bobbled and then caught by and Fort Jackson.

Saturday and Thanksgiving at teammate Colin Anderson in the Darrell Spang, ace scatback, Play
Patty Berg, one of the nation's end zone. Joe Silvera made the
the Wesconnett VFW Post 7909on who played only on defense in
j top women golfers, will Blandim Blvd. Hours will be extra point. Jackson 28, Jax, 0. the Fort Jackson tilt because of a The field begins to narrow as
I make a. personal exhibition appearance 1030 to 1730 on both days. The The third period was scarcely hip injury, will be back in the I the Fall Cup golf tourney nears
I at the Naval Air Sta- post will furnish ammunition and under way when the Dixie powerhouse lineup this Saturday, "Abe" Cos- completion of its third week of
tion golf course Nov. 27, pro rolled to another TD. nell defensive activity.
proceeds will go to the welfare tackle, who was y
Jack Harvey has announced. fund. I In matches played within the
Patty, who made a great hit -- past few days Ken Sutton down-
in her appearance last year, National survey of teen-agers Hospital Suffers Initial Loss.ln i ed Mac McKinney 6 and 5 and
holds numerous titles, crowningall by Boys Clubs makes Joe Dimog- Erwin' Scott decisioned M. Hamelin
of her achievements by tak- gio and Jackie Robinson fav- first flight competition.In .
top Hot HAS
ing the 144-hole Weathervane orites of the kids. o.u Football Scramble j second flight play Dick
Tournament. She defeated Babe Middleton beat Bill Chase Sr.
.. Zacharias in a 36-hole play-off With two strikes against him, j-asron :SIX: dropped me league 4 and ,3. Dave Moody topped
to win the $5,000 first prize. Eddie had leading Naval Hospital touch Dispensary. Charley Goodine, 7 and 6; Jack
into his
gone footballers to the tune of 3831to Fasron 109 moved into third Piva bested 'Ji. A. Barkhouse
exaggerated crouch to give the hand the Medics their first de- place with a 28-13 win over Sup one-up; Joe 'Williams trimmed
,, Need For IluitiiIt1'iShittg pitcher as little of the strike feat and crowd them into
a tie ply.In I John Sayers, 4 and 3; Norman
,., zone"Stand as possible.there and hit Stan- for first place honors in the NAS a hard fought contest that O'Bryan won over Jay Voorhiesby
touch grid race. featured a surprisingly strong default and Anthony lazzi
Columnist i ky, growled the umpire. "You'renot The Fasronites victory was due passing attack the Ordnancemen toppled Dave Mosier, 3 and 2.
going to show" me up by largely to a good defensive line dropped Supply in a close 25-24 Bess Day won the Ladies' Fall

For some time now the Jax crouching Eddie backed like that.of the batters and sparkling backfield play by game. Cup tournament by downing
Air News has been anxious to box and looked out the ump in the Chuck Hontz and "Rosie' Rosen Tom Warner starred for O&G Elaine Hillis in the finals 2-up.
begin a new column of interest who displayed pitchouts, screen both offensively and defensively,, The tournament favorite, Mrs.
to fishermen and hunters. The eye."Are he asked coldly passes and quick openers to spark snatching the winning touchdownand I Day lived up to expectations to
their victory the high capture the meet. She has 20-
new column is expected give "trying to tell me how to earn over fly- blocking many chances for a
fishermen the inside dope on ing Medics. the Supply team. handicap.
"where the big ones are biting my living? Ed Champagne played a whale 'I Bobbie Forster toppled Betty
... ," and general informationon of a game defensively as well as Standings Gray, to win the first flight lau- .
fishing and hunting in this Weather OutlookCloudy romping over with a TD pass in W L rels of the ladies' meet. ,
area. the first haIt.Hospital Hospital 6 1
Personnel, either civilian or and showers for the was not exactly lay- Fasron Six 6 1 No man can beat a horse at
military, who feel they are week-end is predicted by the ing down and showed their capa- Operations 4 2 one, two, three, four and possi-
qualified to such a columnfor NAS Aerology office bilities when Gary Walsh tan a NARTU 4 2 bly five miles, but after that the
station, personnel pen can con-' Friday Partly cloudy and kickoff through the entire Fas- Fasron Nine 3 3 man would keep on going and\
mild. ron team to score. Supply 2 4 the horse would become exhausted. -*.
tart -thf Ln 'room 123
ttUlfl {
114 i11 ''Saturday Increasing cloudiness NARTU moved into a second Dispensary 1 4 .
( 'a and showers. place tie with Operations as a re- O&G 1 5 It is another case of the tor
unday-Cooler and clearing, sult of a 29-8 drubbing handed VF-12 0 5 tome and the hare. -
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(Items offering for sale article! BY EXCHANGEMacy's
of property such as washing machines i i,

automobiles furniture
radios, clothing and the like i i! : has; nothing on NAS.
prohibited by Defense Department Navy Exchange has recently
regulations This colum opened a new men's furnishingsshop
next to the Uniform shop, .'
will, however, list such service!
as available housing rides want Recreation (
ed, lost and found articles another )
similar notices). Shoes, socks loud shirts quiet
V"H RENT shirts skivvies-you name it,
are available. Everything the
Turn. rm. *or couple, 2333 Pos well dressed man needs, can be
St., Mrs. C. M. Gladman. purchased In this new, expanded
Finn. 3rm. cottage, 421 3rd AveN. men's shop division of Navy...
., Mrs. F. E. Grant. Exchange. With the additional
Turn. 6-rm. house, $110 per mo.. i space a wider selection of; items
5211 Attleboro. Lt. Hogan. ext. are offered the customer.

2800 or Ph. 2-7983. Opening the new shop has also

2-bdrm. bungalow, 3875 WalshSt. t enabled Navy Exchange to enlarge .'
., Mrs. A. Bramlett. Ph. 2. i the space allocation for

1575. women's clothes in the merchandise -
Single bdrm. breakfast optional store Building No. 4, Thus,
C. W. Parker Ph. 77975.
is serving Navy
it personnel
Turn. 3-rm. Apt., 3904 Blvd. $45!
and two
per mo., Mrs. W. D. Leake Ph Hours dependents for the new will

57922. be the same as the merchandise:
2-rms. furn. with adj. bath pvt
ent., Mrs. M. Clark 2312 College section 0830-1630, :Monday I
and 09001200on
through Friday
Ph. 7-6249.
In addition the
3-rm. furn. garage apt.. 1319! Saturday.

Hamilton St., :Mrs. Marchus, _n-n______..__ ______.m.___ nn..n_ uniform open on shop Saturday will now morning.remain
Ph. 8-3829. -
I .. ,
Single & dble rms., reas. 1447 I OPEN MEN'S SHOP-The Navy Exchange has opened a new men's apparel shop, catering: ex I '
Avondale Ave., Mrs. Lee elusively to men's needs, in Building No. 3, topside. The new section features everything in the line !
Schultz Ph. 25930. : of,men's wear. In photo here, clerk Mrs. Hose Stone shows a few of the many items available, to I .,.,
Widow will share home Mrs. ; three of the first customers. 's I

Dorman, Ph. 2-3808.
Furn. 2-rm. apt., Mrs. Beth Jones j I Armored Jackets In Use I ..,.,,,......,.. ." ,.,." "" ,

Furn.Ph. 7-7677.rm. kit. priv., 4329 Hercules 'Gas WarfareUp "I In Korea War Theater I'I'I (By Armed l-orren J'reoo..N Service)

Hill. Mr. La- Personnel serving in the Pacifio
Murray !
I i With the 17th Infantry lily,
chance. To Date Korea (AI"l'S--The) new bullet f area now are assured a full tum-
Single or dble rms., reas., 1628 armored my during the holidays. Non-per-
proof jackets, designedby
Challen Ave. Mrs. I items for the
J: C. Som- ishable Thanksgiving -
Ph. 2-5008. the Army to protect troops menu have been shipped ta
mers. ChiefNew "
Says against small arms fire, are being -
Furn. rms., also 2-rm. garageapt. the Far East. The perishable S. i
tested for the first time in Korean
., $60 per mo., Mrs. Houston JLLANY-Top:: ; Items-turkey, fresh fruit and
I this week is the arrival combat. ..
Ph.; 8-2770. YorkThe Army Chemical vegetables, etc. soon will be
Tank and half-track
2-rm. apt. $15 per wk., comp. Corps with the aid of other Service Jane Sharpe, third i crewmen, shipped.The .
first gal of Jack and Judy wearing the jackets in action
furn., Mrs. N. B. Skipper, Ph. and civilian technicians is mak-
SueJane was born Tuesday have found, them comfortable and Arm"S- !
8-3367. also 3-rm. apt.. 722 Lo- in "non- Corps of Military
ing steady progress new
6, weighed 5 1/4 pounds, light In weight. They believe the
max, Riverside. conventional weapons" which Police has celebrated its 10th ant -
Furn. 3-rm. apt., pvt. ent. & bath, could be a deciding factor in fu- an abundance of red hair new jackets will afford considerable iversar '. It was established as
2356 College St. $65 H. L. Steyerman, PW protection against chest branch 26 1941
per mo., ture wart a ic. a separate Sept. ,
T. S. Cowart. assigned to Supply, wounds. and given permanent status as an
"These new improved Bible Time
Furn. 4-rm. cottage, $50 conducts Study basic branch
per mo. Army by Congres-
could be used if necessary 10:30 11:00 A. M.
weapons : to : each
Apply Iron Kettle, Orange sional action in June 1950.
Park. Mrs. Arflin. Ph. 8-4061. / ," said :Maj. Gen. E. F. Bui- I day morning over WJHP.
lene, Chief of the Army Chemical Newcomers: Lt. R. T.
3-rm furn. apt., Pvt bath. 852 Service personnel can be surethey'll
Corps in a recent conference in OinC of Stock and MEJT3AU.
| mann I
St. CJair. Mrs. Breese. Ph. 8- get plenty of beef on their
conjunction with the American Control and Lt. V.
3992. Faye anti
I :1 dinner tables. Up to 10,000,000
5rm. apt., 2636 Mvers St., Mrs. Chemical Society. strong, new Procurement pounds of beef will be purchasedfrom
Cowart, Ph. 7-8516. Pointing out the importance of relieving Lt. Bettie West foreign countries as soon as
Furn. 2-bdrm. house garage Or- biological, radiological and chemical on the recent arrival possible. Reason for the "off I
tega, 4425 Hiawatha $65 per technology, the General Chief Frank Roberts, from shore" purchases is that beef I
mo., Mrs. Moblev stressed the need for the U. S. "to I Atlanta, Lena Beck from edited'I sources within the U. S. has failed
Norfolk Alice Sigle, and I i
FOR SALE be ready at all times. in recent weeks to meet requirements -
Taber the latter from Port
25 ft. house H. G. A "smoke the Services
trailer $650, generator" produced of
eme, Cal. .
Spell. ext. 8270. during WWII has been greatly Verna Donahue of
1949 33 ft house trailer fully improved by the Corps and recently who is transferring to The Army Map Service has

equipped Lt. Rupp, ext. 738. used successfully by' UN Sanford, which is also her 1 earned the National Safety Coun-
Equity on 3-bdrm. bungalow, G. troops in Korea.Development town. cil's 1950 Award of Honor for Dis-

I. financed. Avondale Mrs. A. of many new de- before he I i tinguished Service to Safety it
Bramlett, Ph. 2-1575. Shortly cams has been announced
vices continue, with the element of"surprise" ply, Harvey Lance South
2bdrm. bungalow, Lakeshore
their biggest factor in
$4,950( $495 cash, $45 monthly future combat.Concentrating. Storekeeper, was on A specimen of the new guided
the "Under the Gun" cast,
will swap for vacant lot E. L. missile, "pilotless bomber" B-61
on shoat term research in and around Jax and I
Smith, ext. 722 or Ph. 2-7120. I Matador, now at Chanute AKB,
rather than long term in several scenes as an
Equity in 2-bdrm. frame bungalow +e 111., will be used to teach a courseIn
garage 3546 Habiscus projects, the General said that I The sparkle in R&O the operation and maintenance ,
Obel, ext. 756 or Ph. 47579. "gas and biological warfare have I these days emanates of this newest AF weapon.
3bdrm. house 4803 Beverlv Circle not been used in Korea, but that i third finger left hand of
Lakeshore Mrs. does not we relax." Lawson. The wedding is
Smith Ph. mean can The first USO clubhouse in New
6-5969. Although the Army Chemical for December 1st. I "Now what's so terrible about York City for members of the
a I Sy Sirchuk O&R "
little medicine?
MISCELLANEOUSRiders taking a Armed Forces has been
Corps has been the pioneer in this tive in Supply is a opened.
wanted. Vicinity of Lenox field, both Navy and Air Force' bridegroom, as of last I ths column since July of '47, relinquishes Located at 641 Lexington: Ave.,
& Cassett 0800-1630'Mr. Grim- personnel are now being indoctrinated ceremonies took place in his long tenure of the the new lounge features a recep-

mette, ext. 684. in chemical research York. Sy is a bandleader space to Byron Pulley, of Receipt tion room snack bar, writingroom
Ride wanted to Cincinnati or Columbus training and procurement meth off hours, and is scheduled Control, who will assume and a ballroom. Dances will
will share expenses & ods. -(AITS). regular booking Saturday writing with the next appear. be held twice weekly. .
'' help drive ________ j
I." can leave 6 or 7th I at the Chief's Club. ance of Sidelights, and who also '
of Dec Gary Walsh. USNH FINALE. Your present supplied most of the info in this The Army has awarded con-
\. ext. 8301, 0800-1500. Comdr. Gamon lights reporter. who has particular edition. j jn tracts for the procurement of extensive ,
,. Baby Dobson
1211 __ ____________________ microwave equipment to
B. Hancock St., ext. 556. improve communications systems I 't
Will care for 1 or 2 yr. old child Leaves NATTC 1 I I 1| overseas. Each system .will provide ,.1.1I

five days per wk., Mrs. Booth, .rkq I the equivalent of 24 private
4008 B. Dewey Park. telephone lines. '
... I will mind child in For USS
:your mv SicilyComdr.
'.' home while you work-Mrs. J At i I The famed comicstrip;:; 'Sniilm'

E Cuff Ph. 2-8819. Jack" soon will feature an au-
; John A. Gamon, NATT- thentic background of Arctic i
DIV'iNESERVICES last Friday for his new position i search and rescue operations by

Center executive officer, departedas the 10th Air Rescue Squadron,
executive officer of the USS _
Elemendorf AFB. Zack Mosely,
Sicily (CVE-118)). % creator of the strip, recently returned ..,
Commander Gamon was relievedby from a trip throughout
Comdr. William A. Hood, for- Alaska.
AT THE STATION CHAPELS mer Director of Training at the 11f IM-- Ii

0800( -Episcopal Com m un lon, Center. tia, i Troop Unloading: Record
Small While most people joined the "r
Navy to see the world, Commander x3xa I[ Set By Navy Personnel '
Protestant Gamon had seen most of it

0830( -Morning i Services, All. prior to entering the Naval Acad- a Seattle, Wash. (AFPSTroopsin
Saints Chapel. emy in 1929. His father was a hurry recently helped the
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. United States 'Consul to the coun- Navy establish a record for rapid
.0930-Sunday School, Small Cha- tries of Honduras, Nicaragua ship unloading.
pel. Mexico, Ireland and England. /\'j Navy personnel assigned to the
; w> YY Troop Movement Division of the
1045-All Saints Chapel. Commander Gamon on returningto .
Illinois in 1929, received a com- Seattle Port of Embarkation un
Catholic loaded 1,553 combat rotation .
petitive appointment from that .
0839 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed state.A troops in 21 minutes to chalk up "
ward's Chapel. veteran of both Atlantic and the new record for debarkation.

.* chism Class). War Two, Commander Gamon re- 11 at the rate of 74 men per
1030( -Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL ported that he has thoroughly en- minute, topping an old mark of
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL joyed his tour of duty with the 69 per minute and far ahead of
Mormon NATTCenter.A the average rate of 55. per minute.

Wednesday-1930-. t Small Cha- farewell cocktail party was NEW NATTC EXEC-Comdr. John A, Gamon, right, departing,
pel. given in his honor at the O Club I NATTCenter executive officer, welcomes his successor, Comdr v thatr
Christian ScienceTuesday20W4t by the officers and ladies of the William A. Hood. Comdr. Canton will report aboard the. USS '1 ht.yl .

Small Chapel. Center 'on Nov. 6. Sicily as executive officer a

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