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Let's Take Time Out To Otter Prayer Of ThanksgivingHeadquarters

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1 of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commandeer Naval Air Bases'Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet s Air Wing: 11 :

Still Needed True Meaning!

I: 5,514 In Area Nativity Will

Donate Blood bc ::: .. rc : I Be Featured .1

During DriveA : A :: r > IL4: At Yule PartyProposing

strike threatened by a to place emphasisthis

national Chemical Workers year on the religious sig-

union against the Sharp and nificance of Christmas, rather

Dohme Company of Philadelphia than on Santa alone, the com-

which processes blood r 2 mittee planning the annual
plasma for,the Armed Forces,
+k Christmas for
Party Navy
threatened an abrupt shut by
down of the military blood Juniors has arranged to con-

donor program this week struct a nativity scene with.

The Armed Forces have been I' THREE MARINES Almost life-size figures.

shipping blood to the thousands processing of company pints of GIVEN MEDALS Under Ronald Howard, AA, of

,, since the program was initiated .,f .f the NAS Art Club, figures will

". in September. The NAS Jax. FOR ACTIONThree be constructed out of chicken
Blood Center, on a monthly quota wire and papier mache. They will
of 3,000 pints, had already be erected within a stable-like
shipped 5,514 pints as of last Fri Marine veterans of i
structure about 10 by 15 feet,
day. Korean action .were awardedtwo -.........---- which will be prominently placedon
Closed One Day bronze Star medals and a -
Monday morning a dispatch received Purple Heart medal at ceremonies KOREAN WAR VETS GET MEDALS-Three Marine Barracks the football field where the
will held the afternoonof
from the Department of at the Marine Barrackslast I personnel, above, were honored in a medal presentation party Dec. 21.Constructing. be
Defense by Capt. Julius S. Early, week. I for their efforts in the Korean War. Sgt. Graves Wills, Pfc. Jerald
senior medical officer who heads Capt. William McEwen act Shields and Sgt. Charles Beall, left to right received their cita- the creche was
I the blood center here directed ing commanding officer of the tions from acting commanding officer 6f the Marine Barracks the idea of Lt. Kenneth Johnson,
I that no blood be shipped after Marine Barracks, pinned the I Capt. William McEwen, right. Wills and Beall received the Bronze chaplain of ComFairJax, who
I 0809() of that day. As a consequence Bronze Star on Sgt. Charles N. Star Medal while Shields was awarded the Purple Heart.
Early made Wills suggested that children frequently
Capt. plans Beall and Sgt. Graves R.
to abandon the program, advisingthe and the Purple Heart on Pfc. forget the real meaning of the
Administration Departmentof Jerald D. Shields. Thanksgiving Day Worship day absorbed as they are with
the station to cease all scheduling the advent of Santa Claus.

I of donors Immediately. Sergeant Wills' award was The chaplain further made arrangements
I Tuesday this order was reversed for heroic achievement in con
o I as the labor dispute ( for the: appearance at
nection with operations againstthe Services Slated Tomorrow
r reached a satisfactory conclusion. enemy while serving witha the party of the 43-voice capella
Quota Is Cut Marine infantry company in I choir and a 16-piece brass ensemble

After a one-day shutdown, the Korea in June 1951 as a pla- Personnel will have an oppor- both from Robert E. Lee
local blood donor center is againin toon guide in a rifle 'platoon. I High School in Jacksonville. The
tunity to express their thanksat will be assisted by the First Bap
operation at
although a re- The citation reads, in part: choir and ensemble will move
duced rate from its earlier special Thanksgiving Day Worship tist Church Choir from down-
tivity, when 178 pints ac- "When he observed that a services to be held Thurs town Jacksonville, under the direction about among the children ren-
(Please Turn to Page were 8, Col.being 1) comrade had been wounded by day at the various chapels aboard of James A. Boatright dering traditional Christmas i l
I the enemy fire, and was lyingin the Naval Air Station. who is also choral director of carols and hymns.
an exposed position he fear Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Robert E. Lee High School. The Christmas Party committees
Holiday Thursday lessly and with complete disregard Commander Fleet Air Jack Ushers have been selected from is headed by Capt. Charles A. f.
for his personal safety sonville, will read the Presidential various branches of the armed Dittmar, senior chaplain of the
Thanksgiving, Nov. 22, will rushed through the heavy enemy Proclamation at the Thanksgiving (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) station. )r
be observed as a legal holidayat fire to reach the fallen Services to be held in the -------- ----- -----7 ''
Naval Air Station. There will man and drag. him to safety." All Saint's Chapel at'0900 it was "Pick The Biggest Carrie r"'I
not-repeat not-be a four- announced today by Lt. S. Ken- 'II
day week-end for military Sergeant Wills entered the
,. Friday, Nov. 23 is personnel a Marine Corps in 1947 and received neth Fleet Johnson Air Chaplain., newly appointed HIS FUEL LOW j J JI HE MAKES FIRST

regular working day and leave his basic training at *" .
for the day will be granted at Parfis Island. During World LANDl NG IN 6 YEARSsquadron
the discretion of departmentheads. War II he served 2'fc years with "Our Thanksgiving of 1951", I CARRIER
(Please Turn to Page/ 8, Col. 5) title of the sermon for tomorrow's -
.. Having been away from car-
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he had left two weeks
VU-4 Arrives. Chaplain Milton G. Kuolt of riers for six years, you're up in
before was aboard and they
Naval Air Technical Training combat you
made the "prisoner" feel rightat
fuel tank after
Center. Chaplain Johnson will your auxiliary
I Newly Assigned Unit With Unique conduct the Order of Worship diving at an intercepting jet- home.
and Chaplain Robert E. Elliott what the heck do you do then'That -
of NATTC, will be in charge of is the problem that con -

,: Craft, Has Sole Enlisted Flight Crew special The All arrangements.Saint's, Choral GroupENLISTED fronted bridge of Lt.VF-13 Ralph during W.a strikeat Ash-

one of the Blue :Fleet car
-1 Representing one of the only I riers during the recent Lant- k I
completely enlisted flight crews J
at the Naval Air Station, VU-4 ': : flex the biggest carrier for b
detachment headed by DuaneL. :"(' heard
the landing, Ashbridge
Click, ACl (AP), is to be i from his section leader after l
billeted at Jacksonville.
of his
informing him predicament
They fly a unique aircraftfor That is exactly what he
a naval facility, a JIM attack did and he did a good job of I I
bomber, the Navy versionof
it, too. n
the A-26 used by the U. S. :1- Y M M w
.., Air Force during the last war. 9 With but 100 gallons of gas
Used primarily as a utility left and much more than that
plane it trails targets for fighter needed to get him back to
and patrol squadrons to Jacksonville, Lt. Ashbridgehad
practice their aerial gunnery Y to find a roost quickly,
. w .. ? and also by both ships and air t F r 4a even though it meant being p- hA$> =>
craft for radar calibrations.Last captured by enemy forces. I
week the JD was usedto After sighting the carrier x' "
transport a civilian correspondent >> and explaining the situation he
out to the invading br: and his section leader Lt. Jack
"Blue Fleet" and was subsequently Dawson were ordered to land
written up in a local their planes
publication.Prior '"
to coming to Jackson The flight deck was clearedon
ville, the crew was stationed at the double and Lt. Ash
.... Chincoteague, Virginia, then bridge attempted his first carrier "
at NAS Miami, where they operation since his recallto
provided utility service for M active duty.Attesting ,
Patrol' Squadron 23., to how well he
originally learned his vocation,
Nursery Closed ThursdayThe CREW-Perched atop their JD1 the "all white- for the first time in six years,
Navy Wives Nursery at hat" crew of.VU-4 detachment, just down from Chincoteague, Va., he brought his F4U down on
NAB will be closed all day Thank takes time out between towing targets, making radar calibrationsand the deck of the escort carrier
'&ivingDay' Thursday It will be utility tasks. They are, left to right, front row John Garbarini, Kula Gulf with little or no ___C-.3.: _
..reopened for business at 0645 Friday AOl; Duane L. Click, AC1 (AP); Charles Gibbs MEAN. Back row, trouble. .a
J 4, .!V', Ed Zebroski, AL3; Joe Williams, AM3, and Wilejr Clover, AD2. 1 Strangely enough th. same Lt. Ashbrldce

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 21 Nov. mhpT 1A51!
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T" "" Report From Washington

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u., .l.J. I _4.1 .... ,,..r. Priority Lists Dependents_ To PacificTo

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville, Fla. .
NAS, Jacksonville Draft 59,650 Men For Army Marine CorpsBy

Capt. Douglas T. Day commanding Officer
Com r. James H. Armstrong______ __Executive Officer ( Armed Forces Press Service) uniform, With modifications to distinguish it \.
Lt. Gordon D. Walker_ .-Public Information Officer. The Navy has established priority lists and from official dress. Differences are in shoul I
Fleet Air Jacksonville broadened authorizations for dependent travelto der-sleeve insignia, brass and buttons, plus
Japan, Pacific areas and Alaska. Personnel the fact that a white shirt is required insteadof
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison .Commander
reporting to Japan apply to the
may area the Air Force blue one.
Capt Alien Smith Chief. of Staff commander for housing and transportationof 1

Fleet Air Wing Eleven dependents. Applications for entry appro- The Army will emphasize youth and quali-

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ___ ---- .. ... ............_ Commander val into other Pacific areas are submitted to fication for combat command in the approaching -
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer the area commander concerned. selection of officers for temporary promotion .
Approved applications for Alaskan travel to the ranks of and
Naval Air Technical Training Center major general brigadier -.

Capt. Lester K. Rice ._._.___________ Commanding Officer ComTwelve.are forwarded Concurrent to ComThirteen travel ,of all dependentsis others to general. Of 535 selections to be made this

Comer. John A. Gamon. Jr. _-.....' Executive Officer not usually authorized, and dependents not younger.month, 100 officers will be 45 years old or

Naval Hospital authorized concurrent travel are entitled to .

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton .Commanding Officer transportation to points of selection. Shipment The Air Force is modernizing 15 of its 17 .
Capt. Guy: E. Stahr __Executive Officer of household goods to Japan is authorized un- laundry and dry cleaning plants. Those receiving -
NARTU der stated conditions. the renovation treatment are the ones
Comdr. Easton B. Noble. .. u ._.._..._. Commanding Officer e not now provided with the latest equipment.
Comdr. Anthony Trusso_ Executive Officer The Air Force has announced that selection The remaining 64 already are using the most
boards will meet on the following dates at modern and
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Hq USAF: Nov 13 to choose officers assigned to facilities e available.
building.: Phono extension 8184. porary promotion to lieutenant colonel and
Editor-Andrew H. Planey colonel on a best qualified basis; Nov. 26 to In mid-November the Marine Corps will begin

Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN. to choose officers from command lists for tem- men a for six-month's officer to Physically enroll college qualified wo-

The JAX AIR NEWS 1 Ie \lbllslle vteekiy at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Hq USAF and non-command posts for tem- college:: students and graduates will be soughtfor
Jacksonville, florid and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds porary promotion to lieutenant colonel and the
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVtXOS P-33. Rev. colonel on a fully qualified basis: Dec. 3 to fourth women's officer training classat
Nov. 1943.: Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station, the Quantico Va.
Natal Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil field, and choose officers assigned to Hq USAF and non- *. *
the U. S. Naval Hosrlttl. command posts for temporary promotion to The first of
officers and
The JAX AIR NEWS it a member of the Armed Force Press SenIce.AFPS captain and major on a best qualified basis. group enlisted men
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe No selection board will of the Netherlands and Belgium authorized to
meet to offi-
written* permission of Aimed Force Press Service. Republication of other train in communications work in the U. S.
matter, except by service publications, Is P.iohlbltedHhout permission of cers assigned to commands for captain and under the Military Defense Assistance Pro-
JAX AIR NEWS.New major, but lists will be submitted for admin- I
gram are now receiving instruction.
istrative review. Promotions will then be *
made on a fully qualified basis. Results will
be announced prior to Jan. 1, 1952. The U. S. Army-Band sported its new uni!
I Tax TableThe I
Withholding form of yellow jackets and Navy blue yellow- I

The Defense Department has requested the striped trousers for the first time publicly on
induction of 59,650 men in January 1952 for the occasion of Princess Elizabeth's visit to
following tables shows the increased withholding tax to be Washington.
deducted from weekly pay checks. The new income tax law became Army and Marine Corps duty. The Army willet .
effective Ktov. 1.NUMBER 48,000, the remainder going into the Ma- -.
rines. The Defense Department has issued a new t'
OF UITIIIIOLDlNti EXEMPTIONS CLAIMEDVtfkly joint-Service manual on preservation pack
Three more aging and packing of military The
\ Wage 0 1 2 3 4 5 overseas areas have been added supplies.
to the 15 in which publication is based -
military personnel are paid joint largely on a former
f 13 $ 3.10 $ .30 0 0 0 0 in
military payment certificates more famil- Navy manual.
20 4.10 1.50 0 0 0 0
iarly known as "scrip" or "MPC's." The e -
23 5.10 2.50 0 0 0 0 new
areas are French Morocco, Iceland and Iwo the Office of Naval Research has contractedwith
30 6.10 3.50 1.00 0 0 0
the research division of the New York
35 7.10 4.>0 2.00 0 0 0 *
University College of Engineering to investi-
40 8.10 5.50 3.00 .40 0 0
Civil Air Patrol personnel have been au- gate the transfer of energy from wind to wa-
43 9.10 6.50 4.00 1.40 0 0 thorized to the
wear regulation Air Force blue ter and related phenomena.
iO 10.10 7.>0 >.00 2.40 0 0 _
55 11.00 8.50, 6.00 3.40 .80 o
60 12.20 9.60 7.10 4.50 1.90 0 Lt. Bettie West
65 13.00 13.40 7.90 .SO 2.70 .20

70 14.20 11.60 9.10 6.50 3.90 1.40 I ,' t4
75SO 13.00 12.40 9.90 7.30 4.70 2.20 C Leaves Jax After

16.20 13.60 11.10 8.50 5.90 S.40 .
85 17.00 14.40 11.90 9.30 6.70 4.20 I
90 18.20 15.60 13.10 10.50 7.90 3.40 Six Years Duty

95 19.00 16.40 13.90 11.30 8.70 6.20 1 .
100 20.50 17.90 13.40 12.80 10.20 7.70 i Lt. Bettie West departed last

110 22.50 19.90 17.40 14.80 12.20 9.70 Friday for new duty in BuPers,
115 23.30 20.90 18.40 15.80 13.20 10.70 Washington, D. C., after more
120 24.50 21.90 19.40 16.80 14.20 11.70 j than six years duty in the Procurement -
125 25.50: 22.90 20.40 17.80 13.20 12.70 a. Division of the Supply
130 26.50:> 23.90 21.40 18.80 16.20 13.70 tx Department at NAS Jacksonville.
135 27.50 21.90 22.40 19.80 17.20 14.70 So familiar has Miss West's energetic .
140 28.>0 23.90 23.40 20.80 18.20 15.70 figure become around Sup
145 29.50 26.90 24.40 21.80 19.20 16.70 ply Building 110 during her pro-
150 31.00 28.40 23.90: 23.30 20.70 18.20 Q longed tour of duty, that many ..a
160 33.00 30.40 27.90 2.>.30 22.70 20.20 y are feeling & distinct need to
170 33.00 3.40 29.90 27.50 21.70 22.20 brush up on details that have
180 37.00 34.40 31.90 29.30 26.70 24.20 been left altogether in her capable -
190 39.00 36.40 33.90 31.30 28.70 26.20 hands.

S200) anti o\er 20 per rent of the excess oer $200 plus i An interesting sidelight, however
40.00 37.40 31.90 32.30 29.70 27.20 lies in the fact that Lt. r'
.. Faynola V. Armstrong, Miss
West's relief, comes from a similar -

I Service Garb May Last 1 to 4 Years I BETTIE WEST LEAVES-Capt. Herman E. Gingrich. Supply NATTC extended, Patuxent tour River.of duty

Officer of the Naval Air Station, bids farewell to Lt. Bettie West, where from ,
(left), who left last Friday, for duty in Washington...fter more was attached January 1947 she
to the
The life expectancy of your 'than six years as Procurement officer. The Captain praised Miss Disbursing
Service clothing and equipment itzer to 20,000 rounds, Division. Due to this experience
may go up West as "a very efficient officer who has displayed a special apti-
varies in different climates and I depending on how and when it is tude in her work" while at the same time welcoming aboard her in "paying the bills," it is expected -

under combat conditions. But let's used.-AFPS). able replacement,. Lt. Faynola V. Armstrong (right). that :Miss Armstrong will
look over some average figures.If exceptionally well equipped in
you're in the Army or Air the reverse duty dealing with con-
Force chances are that your fatigue NCII"lu UTotesTF741 .
jacket won't last much Miss Armstrong hails from .
longer than a year. Fatigue pants Enid, Okla., having entered the c.
probably will start tumbling after VF-741 pilots again have proved service in September 1944. After X
nine and one-halt months. II themselves able to see in the graduating from Northhampton
Combat boots will last for abouta dark-and breathe oxygen. Indoc- (Mass.), she attended Supply

year and your khaki shirt will trination and training by station School at Radcliff College, Boston,
rtart throwing in the sponge at medics in the Night Vision and i in March, 1945.: She spent the
about the same' time. Low Pressure chamber Training next year end a half as DIsbursing *
Devices was completed by all last Officer at NAS Whiting Field,
Saturday. Pensacola, proceeding from there
Your OD's though, may pile on
Considerable excitement was to the Patuxent River Center.
a couple of years and those long created when Executive Officer .
winter drawers will probably Henry Nowatka called for volun
keep you warm for three.In teers for F9F checkouts. There DIVINE -
the Navy you'll get another
were many volunteers for the .
white jumper every four years. ground check-out in the station
Your peacoat willet,:: retired after -
special devices. Lt. Dave Scott SERVICES
four years'and both your blue and Lt. Dick Schaughency will

find the "old-hat white cap home"will be after ready three for others be checked out in January with I 0730-Baptist Communion, Small ".j. J \
following as billets
years. Shoes ought to be good for available.All are Chapel.I"rotestant

one year just as will your neckerchief pilots aboard are engaged 0830-Morning 1 Services, All-
and dress blues.
.. in qualifying: with rockets and Saints Chapel.
shining 'salty" gold braid. In 0915:> -Naval Hospital ChapeL
In combat, clothing figures wouldn't hold up considers personal appear-

very well. But generally speaking ance as necessary as hitting the 1045-:All Saints ChapeL
they're the ayerage upon target. It could be that the com- Catholic .
which a replacement program is ing Admiral's Inspection had any 0830) and 0930-Mass, St. Ed. ..
based. thing to do with the all hands ward's Chapel. '
As for equipment, a jeep should spruce up. It is evident that there 0930) -St Edwards' Chapel (Cate
keep bouncing along for more are many 1952 chassis in 1942 chism Class).
than seven years and the two andonehalf blues among the retreads. 1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL
ton truck ought to burn 'iNTA ARRIVING AT NAS-"I want a train and a truck and i 0645) -Mass at Hospital ChapeL
gas for eight.,:: Then if you start a bicycle," says little Tommy Smith in a very serious pre-season College bred sometimes means Christian Science
on the Ml rifle you begin to reck- conference with St. Nick at the Navy Exchange Toyland in Building l"uesday..2000-at Small'' ChapeL
in rounds. An Ml barrel will nothing more than a four-year
on 954. Santa makes his official appearance Monday Nov. 26 at Mormon ?
last up to about 15,000 rounds 1100 at Toyland. lie will be there week days from 1400 to 1630 loaf requiring<< plenty of dough and rhurpday-[ 1930-at' Small ChaipeL c
:While the tube of t 105 MM how- and all morning Saturday. lots of crust. i .,

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I 21 November 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three I

i Could, Be A Record 1! -

I Station --1 I _92 Sugar Reports' For One Lad Here In One Day I AsQuickCureFor See New Drug 1. .

Dialogue What may be an all-time high ,
record of 92 "sugar reports", for
("Station Dialogue" provides an one fellow, in one day was'registered 4
opportunity for military and civilian last week at the NATTCenter Malaria I !
personnel of NAS to voice Post Office.
their opinion on a question put Post Office personnel, honestly 7 Wash: 1ton (AFPS-A) neW'I,
to them by a Jax Air News reporter puzzled.. called in Marvin G. Col- and rapid cure for malaria may
), lins, AA, of the Aviation ElectricIan be provided by "primaquine, a
a a a drug developed by the Army .
School to see who he was,
1 Today's question I U: "Do you what he looked like and how her medical service.. '
think England should be given ou was doing it. Extensive tests already con ,.
atomic W't8" Marvin modestly walked in, ducted in this country indicate
a a casually collected his 92 bundles : the new drug is far more effective

I.' Albert L Kinchen NAS Supply: from Wisconsin, and refused to ____ than atabrine, WWII malaria
.. ___ suppressant. When the new drug
"Very definitely utter a word as to his methods of :
is combined with chloroquine, :
obtaining said reports. He reported -
not! Judging back to the AE School, leaving now being used in Korea a per
j from the two the post office buzzing. manent cure may be affected.
'y scientists that : S Maj, Gen. George E. Arm

recently fled Into a r Bill Bailey, RM3, called the strong, Army Surgeon General
Russia with PIO Office of the Center immediately has said that the new drug

some of Eng- Bill said, "Man, a technique be administered to United States
land top secrets like Marvin's should be troops leaving Korea a malaria.
their security the property and knowledge of ridden country in the hope that
the drug will kill malaria
program every sailor on the base. Wonderif parasites
Isn't up to esKitchen he's putting out any lessons?" which many men unknowingly
ent standards. Can Larry, Green, BM3, of the PIO ;harbor.
I secret T!!!" you keep a Office at the Center, was sent to _., _____ .. n .m. .m ... .__ ._-. ""_ Gen. Armstrong warned, how
ferret out the secret. Here is Larry's ever, that Army tests must con-
Marvin G. Collins AA left
TOP "SUGAR REPORT" LAD- ( ), tinue for several months "before
Francis R.. Gardner, NAS Supply verbatim report: of the Aviation Electrician A School at NATTCenter, steps to the the completeness of the cure can
"I approached this 'one-man ; Post Office window to claim his daily batch of mail from Bill
be determined"Eventually
e ,iA : "No! I am lonely heart club' and pointedly Bailey, RMS. Marvin set what is believed to be at least a local if tests continue to
I. more of a pro- asked him how he was doing it. record with 92 "sugar reports" (love letters to you laymen), in one be satisfactory, primaquine will:
lie refused to divulge information
any -
day and a total of 152 in one week.
used in
ponent of keep whatsoever. I left Marvin augment existing drugs
I.I ing our top and went back to the post office until last week. on it during week-ends though the treatment of malaria and it
a a may be administered routinely to
stuff t o seeking a clue. so far he'll admit making several
ourselves -
I a The paper finally published his nice contacts, but he isn't passing all persons returning from mal
If we They were sorting old Marveout name and Marvin has been get- out any telephone numbers or ad arious regions.. .
,R k were allies and another batch. I found out ting letters from the entire fe- dresses.
.. at war, then IGardner that the batch Bill was sorting male population of his county. The next problem will be to Navy Tops ServicesIn
-''' -- would made up the grand total of 152 The fly in the ointment now. Is find out just what type of de-
I < readily literary efforts for the week the fact that he's in AE School scription Marvin used in the news Bond Purchases
agree-it hasn't been so long Filled with determination that and he doesn't have time to an- ad. Stick around fellows, we may Washington (AFPS)-When i\
oc. '"' since the U. S. and Stalin were this talent should not be obscured swer all the letters. He's working learn something! comes to buying Defense Bond
buddies-if we had given Russiaour from the rest of the Navy, ]I the Navy is tops.
secrets then where would we approached Marve again.. I got
Since the of the Korean
be today And who knows what "

tI. .- tomorrow will. bring. March Marvin of this entered year. the He got Navy a bit in I Come and Get It I tember conflict purchased in 1951$June$53,625,718.25 Naval 1950 until personnel in bond Sep. .

Buford C. Matchett, AN, O&R: lonesome in boot camp and de- 1
During the same period the Marines .
"I don't believeso. cided to put his name in the local Traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner aboard the Naval Air purchased $7.457,94425 and
paper back home for pen pals, Station will be a meal long remembered by personnel dining at NAS the Army $27264,980 worth. 1
Seems that p He also included his description. and NATTCenter.
He didn't hear from the pen pals The Air Force from June 1900
they are the Besides 8,000 pounds of roast tatoes, 1,100 pounds of corn and to August 1951 purchased a total 4

ones we have turkey, 3,000 pounds of baked 800 pounds of broccoli. No efforts of $7,043,961 That figure is slated
become too Navy's 'Bfuc Angels ham will be prepared to feed the: will be spared to provide all thetrimmings to rise considerably when the
estimated 10.000 people who will September totals are tabulated.
friendly with To Be ReorganizedThe ( be on hand for the gala feast. In including 1,250 pumpkin J I ,

and will turn on Navy's famous "Blue the vegetable department cooks pies and 1,000 pounds of fruit

us sometime Angels" will be formed into a will be fixing 2,500 pounds of po- cake.THANKSGIVING ,

.. following the --Matchett; team again, according to re- MENU PYT. fAT AYI Es.

I. example set*by *Russia.* ---I ports.The famous precision-flying Chilled Apple Cider Individual Fruit Cocktails

team, flying the latest
Robert E. Allison, AKAN, : Navy Turkey Consomme
aircraft, was first organizedhere
Roast Young Tom Turkey Baked Glazed Virginia Ham
"Yes I think at NAS Jacksonville in

so Since we'vedone 1946 During their existencethe Stuffed Celery Sticks Mixed' Olives Saltines Sweet Pickles .
'I Blue Angels national
won Assorted Salad Bar and Russian Dressing
so much recognition with their exhibi-

for her so far, tion flying. When the Koreanwar Apple Bread Dressing Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy
broke out, they were dis- Fruit Ham Sauce
I why not give banded.
our secrets so The "Blue' Angels" will be Creamed Whipped Irish Potatoes

. she can perfecther reorganized at Corpus Christie, Buttered Fresh Frozen Corn Buttered Fresh Frozen Broccoli
Tex., under Lcdr Roy "Butch"
I -own bomb- I I Voris, leader of the orgintal Hot Seeded Cloverleaf Rolls
Allison -- which| would group, Chiffon Pumpkin Pie Assorted Ice Cream Assorted Fresh Fruit

.. enable us to maintain a stockpile Mixed Nuts Assorted Hard Candy *
over there. It would also be should both give freely of whatwe ..-
I an aid towards building our supply have if we are ever to achieve Fruit Cake 'tI:" -

line in the event* .of *total war." peace'a Fresh Milk Coffee

Cigars Cigarettes "I couldn't do it!" -
Wayne Lonnlng, AF2 NAS Photo Lcdr. Emmett O. Bledsoe, NAR- I -
Lab, "Yes. MMMMMM>",','nmsmt
---- TU: "No1! I feel Navy Blasts Enemy ,
We are work- Weather OutlookThis R
we should give Gunners of the battleship New
i n g togethero I
jet air- only that part nippy autumn weather Jersey recently" drew word of
which Is neces- will continue over the week-end high praise for their demonstration I
so why
according to the NAS Aerology
not the atomic sary for the office: i of expert marksmanship after: ,

bomb. We are t.g r role they playIn Thursday-Partly cloudy and they destroyed 1? enemy bunkers MAINSIDE
our joint defense warm. with 115 tons of IG-Imh shells. Wednesday November 21 ]
less fi-
more or
Two Tickets to Broadway
... nancin them I -r. 35 We. Saturday-Cloudy Friday-Clear and cool with. inter- "Best shooting we've ever seen," ...__..... ,_ ...h.. .Janet Leigh
should strive 'to said the officers and men In uni Thursday November 22
through loans Loaning I Bledsoe mittent showers.
'I and working hand In hand. Wel maintain our national security II Sunday-Clearinjt: and cool. son. Magic Carpet__. _Lucille Ball
Friday, November 23

,Social misfit, He Doesn't Like TV! Unknown Man .Walter Pidgeot
Saturday, November 21

LIVES THERE A MAN WITH SOUL SO DEAD THAT NE'ER HATH Adventures_.h of_Robin h .Errol Hood Flynn

Sunday, November 23

Starlift __' '__ ...._Doris Day
Barefoot Mailman

h __ ___Robert Cummings
I'm a social misfit. I don'tlike
television. "Lives there a thousand instances of course. Junior, and his equally determined the tiny tinkling of the ice Tues. & Wed., Nov. 27-28
two year-old sister Never man's bell at least ten American in Paris. Gene Kelly
man with soul so dead that ne'er You know kids will be kids. cream
l p, to himself, and his children have My neighbor bought this did I think I would see the- blocks away can't hear the TV Wednesday NATTCenter, November 21 j
said turn off that blank- day
'Son abomination, and brought it set unless the volume is full The Strange Door
1 ety blank TV set,'or" III bend it among a peaceful settlement. My neighbor's apartment, Is a, steam ahead. My lady, formerly .....h.... _hO. _,.Charles Lau htoC\
around ears. total distance of 60 feet from-
your I My kids vanished. The only backs Junior, Thursday November 22
It all began a few days ago mine. It took me about three sympathetic up Two :
I could chil- Tickets to Broadway
My neighbor, a Chief Mech, anda way dren was to see go my over own to myneighbor' hours to get back to my placed' I'm the old fashioned type, __--_.-.__... .Janet Leigh
former friend of mine varied house. I tactfully Affixing a very haiy eye' on the who likes to chew on arrival in Friday, November 23:
Ilea stories over congenial clear eyes of the lady of the' afternoons. It Adventures
brought it to my frelnd's at- the now seems of Robin Hood
Schlitz sandwiches, bought a tention that I would appreciateit house, I explained my problem that chow will be down at 1900 --S.. __.>.....Errol Flynn
set. Perish the day! She, to say the least, was. mildly
Saturday November 21
if he would send pair of ,
my r
You are probably wondering loved home sympathetic. :' at my shack. The kids absolutely 1 Unknown Man Walter Pidgeon
. what the overall effect of my ones occasionally. .The next morning r afteenourishing A refuse to sit at the table Sunday November?> 25
i neighbor's buying a TV set He told me-and most insultingly cup of coffee-(I wasa until Mr. Howdy Doody make Slaughter Trail ..Brian Donlevy '
would have on my existence. so-that I could do my bit sleepy that.'morning)-I his afternoon appearance. Mon. & Tues., Nov. 26-27

Why should his purchase be own "evacuating, and "t4rthermore confided to my lady that'f. would! I could go on like this for Starlift '___ ..__.Doris Day
he informed "if
such a blight on life? Hero me you
my buy a set myself. That Mould Wednesday, November 28
Li the plain unvarnished truth, are too cheap to buy your kids alleviate the situation. hours, but I guest I'll secure. Barefoot Mailman

from one who suffers. a set, then they were perfectly The Cisco Kid comes on In a _____...Robert Gumming
C' a a a welcome to enjoy his. Thus couple of minutes, and he's grot .

I am the proud possessor of a the poison works. The cure WM. worse,i far .tough gang of rustlers to Graduation makes a great difference 4
pair of two fine young house a a worse than the malady. .fl, handle this afternon and they in a person. Then "thl
apes, which heretofore obeyedmy So, sorrowfully I trudged haven't hada mlnut"i peace J .may get the herd over the border darned! old place" become "drag
every desire, except in a few home, without my five year-old since. My son, who. al\.Ma.rt tonight! I better catch: this. old Alma Mater."

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Page. Four JAX AIR NEWS 21 November -

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'White Hat of the Week' for
1 Ib
this week is Blaine J. Combs.
p. THREE WY5. I SHELLS i Qt COME BACK UNLESS I HAD A ADI, teller of tall, tall tales about
j:, TURKEY THESE the days of 'wooden ships and
Or;' I .Y, .TIMES ARE SURE i2000/t. iron men'. ,
WHERE 'YER SHOOTIN' : A veteran of World War II
S duty in the Pacific and aboardthe
old USS Lexington, Blaine
has just recently been transferredto
Fasron 6 from CAG-17. While
4s with the air group he was plane
s captain of plane '00', personal 4
plane of the -Carrier air .group.: "
r yIN commander.
I DON'T SEE ANYTHING Blaine added the ports of Naples

THIS CAVE +? Cannes, Nice, Augusta, Pan-
ama and Guantanamo Bay to his r ..
d list of places he has visited since
l joining the Navy in April 1941

,+ BEEN HCRE ALL DAY but right now is enjoying the ,

yq.S 1, ,,r. 4 AND AIN T SEEN A .- %. privilege of spending time with
TURKEY his wife and children in nearby
-, W esconn-:t.

r.,, c:; : Whether the*"oid has anything

to do with it or not, November's

COME ON MIKE, IT 4"" R GOESW drop coolness for has numerous provided personnel a back-

DOWN AND REST AWHILE. signing over for additional years '
of service. Last week Bill King,
RMSN, Ray Bubanks, ADC, and "

air.. r w r r HUAV A will V FOR THE six Roy. Diehl Diehl, also SN, all changed'shipped from for ..

: notable event in the life of
,, ff6JX8CJY/IC TUR1E1 Tom Desuza, AD3, happened last .
week when he and Mrs. Desuza

A became the proud parents of a
S baby girl. Desuza is TAD to Fas-
ron 6 from VF171.A .

VP-86L Fasron 109 Fasron 9 Report I Future Can Be Bright the record education of lOOCb program participationin is being 'PI

For ServicemenVio proudly displayed by the per- I .
I I sonnel office. Under the Jeadei'ship -
Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsPatrol Enrol7n/ VSAVlThere's of Lt. (jg) Albert E. Johnston -
who is enrolled in a business!
a bright future ahead administratiop course, the entire
1 P-861 for you if you're enrolled in one office is busy completing various -
Squadron 861 can look Shoreham and Norman Hotels, Teterboro, N. J.; and MACH. of the various educational pro educational programs.
Miami Beach for the entire Richard Braswell, from Aviation '" '" '* '"
back upon its partin LANT- j of the Armed Forces, suchas
FLEX 52 with pride. While operating week-end. Maintenance Officers School, grams Bill Fielder, YN2, and Joe Le-
out of Miami and Jack Insofar as sports are concerned, NATTC Memphis, Tenn. USAFI. francois, YNT2, are going twicea
sonville in an around the clock the squadron was undefeated this '* '* '* '* Besides the promotion oppor- week to Jones Business College.Ed .
schedule the squadron made week. The bowling team defeated tunities that are !gained,: by on-the- Melanson, YNT1, is enrolledfor
seven submarine sightings, four the hospital and O &' G teams Fasron 9 spot learning through!': advanced a correspondence course in
of which resulted in acknowledged winning three straight games Winning their first volleyball courses, you also can obtain a Navy 'Regs' while Ted Nixon
'kills', launched a success- from each. contest, the Electronics divisionmen high school diploma or prepare PN3, and Loren Edmonson
ful torpedo strike against the'Blue' The touch football team down placed themselves in the yourself for college and post PNA2, are signed up for 'Educa-
work. tion and Training'. Dick Patton _
fleet near San Juan, Puerto ed NAS 28-13 while the ,
Supply ,
lead when they won 2 out of 2

Rico and conducted still an- volleyball team defeated O & R games against the Power Plant. Just how this Service trainingwill PNSN, is taking a course in bookkeeping '
other successful attack as the ar- two games, 15-8 and 11-0. The The team the reflect on your future ambitions'was and accounting while
bowling during Don ...
Gibeaut. PN3, is studying
mada the Carolina summed by the New
approached up
squadron golf team led by Comdr. same afternoon, won 2 and tied
Joe Carter
psychology. SA, is
coast. William E. Chase, defeated a 1 against the officers. York Times in a survey article on
the of completing his
Close to five hundred flying strong Fasron 6 team by 8 to 4 which states: "The enrolled vet- verge
Unlike their against the course for SN.
hours were chalked during points. game eran, it is well established, set a
up fast running Operations squad, A tour of overseas duty has
higher academic standard than
phases II and IV of the maneu- '* '*
the Raiders came through last had been obtained previously. He commenced for George Mozier
vers by VP-861 as the pilots left Joining: the ranks of "Brown- week with an overwhelmingtouch was more mature and could take AT3 and Bob Oakley, AM3.
solid impressions of fighting abil- baggers": last week was JamesO. football victory over the better advantage of the opportu- Other of the long-time Fasron 6
ity upon their opponents. Bondurant, AA. Following station's police force. During the I' nities offered. He gave a livelier regulars who are being.,transferred -
With LANTFLEX 52 at an his marriage: to Miss Patricia first half the Raiders ran the tone to the classroom by virtue of are Thorvald Testman, ADC
initiated intensive
end unit has
the an Jolley of Jacksonville on Nov. 9, score up to 33-0, scoring 5 TD's his experience and selfreliance.With to Pensacola for shore duty, Bob ?
training program for pilots Bondurant re-established his i and 3 extra points.Strengthening Bane, AA, to NATTC here for
crew members and ground quarters and now resides at 850 its lead, the Fas- the many benefits of higher school, Jim Koncar, AN, to VF-11 ..
personnel. The aim of this program i educational training within
North Shore Drive, Jacksonville. i for duty and Jesse.Swinson.BM2,
ron squad again started to click
; is to prepare men to fill the reach, it is common sense that for
shipboard aboard the
New faces about the squadronthis pushing across an additional three duty
billets of the many reserves who Servicemen should take advantage -. USS Valcour
are due for discharge in the near week include: John White, touchdowns before the game ended of these opportunities. .
future. AEMC; Millard Morrow, AEM1; William J. Reitherman, AN; (AFPS).
An 'all hands' squadron dinner- Richard Gennaero. PRAN; Theodore Carmen Christiano, AA, and t i '..,.
dance is now in the planning Fulton, AOAA, Joseph George..: J. Grimes, AN, tallied
stage recreation committee Liles, HSAA; Glenn Commine, two touchdowns each while JohnM. Dinner guest: "Will you pass
among "
members. Although word as A E A A; Richard De Bishop, Papa and Louis C. Bourguig- the nuts professor?
to the exact time, place and other AEAA; James Carmichael, AOC; non, AT3 carried the pigskinover Professor (absentmindedly):
particulars M still forthcoming, Eugene Clifford, AEAA and Robert once each. The Raiders won "Yes' I suppose so but I leally
the tentative date is Nov. 30. Long, ADC.Returning by a margin of 5113. should flunk them." SALTY HUMOR FROM
'* '* '* '* after completing a
Lcdr. Edward S. Wise, triumphed course of instructions, at various Lands Aboard Enemy" CarrierPrisonerofWar' HERE AND THEREA
over 'Ol' Man Stork' in a race service schools, the squadron ---
; of time last week but only by a welcomes back aboard: Ras girl's life cycle; Safety pin,
; slim margin of less than an hour. Cherry, ADI; Robert Hudson, Returns To Unit hair pins, fraternity pins, clothespins -
The VP-861 operations officer AD1 from P2V-5 school Lockheed rolling pins, safety pins.
: 'war there in Norfolk though Plant, Burbank, Calif.; Don -- '
when his son. the third youngster ald Wilkes, AECA from B. A. R. In Exchange Of POW's With 'Enemy'Alter Shed a tear for the woman who .
I in the Wise household, was I Eclipse Pioneer Service School, went insane trying to have the '
I Lh 'L..L last word with echo.
I born. eight days as "prJsonerof an
',: A boom in' the field of Gene war" Lt.jg( ) Emory R. Sour-
ral Education Development Tests : beer of VF-13 returned safelyto Woman tourist, posing for a
is reported by the education off jII his squadron last Friday in snapshot in front of fallen pillarsof
f ice. College level tests were given an exchange of prisoners with an ancient temple in Greece:
:if last week to William GosneU.l "enemy" forces. "Don't get the car in the pictureor

i AA Jesse Kennedy AM3, and The young F4U-4 Corsair pilot my husband will think I tan
it' Harry Yeargin, AM3, while William was a member of the Black 1 Into these things."
Jt Costello, AL2, and Robert Air Forces during LANTFLEX -- -...
Hartley AM3, were tickling their a '52 and was captured by the Pat: "But, Mike, why did you
thinkers on the high school level Blue Forces when he was join up with these Communists?
I, tests. According' to indications forced down to make an emer- Are you daft?" ..
so far, the squadron will have a gency landing while making an Mike: "No. The doctor told meI
bumper crop of candidates for attack with other pilots of VF- had only 10 days to live, and I .,.
:' the advancement in rating tests 13 against the invading fleet. figure It's better one of those ",.
,of January. '* '* Communists dies than a good ;..
Recent arrivals Lcdr Charles "
When his plane developed Irishman.
W. Johnson Ted L. Brown :
engine trouble Lt. (jg) Sour-
ADAA, Kenneth D. Collins j beer landed on the carrier USS "What flavors do you have in
ADAN, Archie C, Coop, ,ADAA, 9 Y< Cabot and was promptly taken' ice cream?"
'" Lawrence,R. Hayes. ADAN, Nick > into custody as a "prisoner of The girl with the inflamed
Kotzar, ADAN, and Howard D. } war." throat answered: "Vanilla, straw ,
Streight, MN3, are extended a ; He berry and butter pecan."
was then transferred
warm welcome aboard from all the USS Newport News, Flag- I "Do you have laryngitis?" ,t

squadron personnel.. '. 'Si. ship of Vice Admiral Felix B. I "No, Just vanilla" strawberryand .'
i. Fasron 109 rb. Stump Commander of the pecan.

c In recognition of his outstanding Blue Fleet, for questioning by lent on all other questions.

qualifications, perserveranceand "enemy" intelligence. officers When LANTFLEX '52 was
devotion to duty Maxie Williams. completed last week opposing
f ADI was chosen "Man of Officers who quizzed the forces exchanged prisoners and
the Week" from VP-23 and Fas- 'PRISONER INTERROGATED:=-Taken as a "prisoner" during Black Air' Force pilot reported Lt. (jg) Sourbeer was allowedto
ron-109! for the week ending Nov. recent LANTFLEX '52 war games, Lt. Jg) Emory Sourbecr of that he seemed well briefed in return to his squadron with
z 3, 1951. VF-13 (center) i i. interrogated intelligence officers of the Blue his replies. He willingly gave the distinction of having been
., As a reward for his selection Fleet. Lcdr. R. G. Blandford (left) and Comdr. F. A. Klaveness his name, rank and serial one of the few "Prisoners of
,,,( Williams and his family without (right) quiz the Black Air Force pilot who was'forced to make an' number as required by inter- War" of the huge training ex. ,
S charge, received rooms at the emergency landing on the USS Cabot during (the exercises national law but remained si- ercises.r. ,-""

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21 November 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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(By Armed Forces Press Service)


o Gorgeous Marilyn Monroe wa
d d trying on a gown in the RKO
wardrobe department recently to

wear at a Hollywbod premiere.
/. color conscious dress designer
walked in and examined the
gown. "I don't like the color of

I your dress," he said "If you'd
wear something to match the color -
s of those stockings you're wear-
: 'J; i ing you'd be a sensation." The
\: '<>f't beautiful blond hesitated only a
u"HM,,, :.M:< tJg ow.'
R_" '% a sensation," pretty Marilyn re-
"', Here's a ,good lesson in carelessness billfold left on the bunk while the owner c i plied, "I'm not wearing any

slips' out for a few seconds. It may not be there when he gets back stockings:: "
.. '. ..

Leave No Room For Temptation! I' liams Movie is still mermaid blushing Esther over Wil-the I

regulation WAVEs' bathing suit

IT'S SAD DAY INDEED FOR CARELESS FELLOW she Ahoy"tried to oi be> for released her film on"Skirts the

WAVEs' 10th anniversary. The

WHO HAS HIS WALLET VALUABLES PILFERED shapely actress confided that the
4 suit had to be remodeled becauseof

i censorship. (Editor's Note: Anda
------ -
I' few other reasons probably.)
Sad and dejected the sail- status. To., the culprit gets '" .. I

K <>r sits on his bunk. It's his cue from conversations and This N That- !
transactions between
just two days after pay and borrowing personnel Movie of the Week: "Ten Tall
loaning money, "
Men. Burt Lancaster For-
and the bustle and as a
day ac- then remembering both paities. eign Legionnaire is confronted I
tivity in the barracks He can work from both ends. with enough beautiful women
All he has to do is wait for that
means just one thing- Y brawls, and desert scenery to hohithis ,
careless moment when takeoff
bound.But you .t technicolor offering together. t
everyone's liberty .
trousers, hang them on
Movie has enough sex and action
our friend isn't going: the bed post, and go to the :
appeal to compensate for"a hack-
anywhere. His wallet had been 's. Then, as the saying
lifted the day before. lIe sits aPh It be considered"salty" neyed plot. Jody Lawrence sup- )
goes, "you've had it may
the and Lancaster and
plies sex
'PI his luck. Luck? It I
cursing '* '* '* to wear your wal- his nine Legion comrades enough t
well could be plain
carelessness.very just Immediately before, or afterpayday let in your belt, but you action to satify.anyone. i ;
generally seems to be the .
inviting temptation and
His plight la not his excl are ,
sively. He is just one of the biggest haul for these thieves. ia1 disaster. This is easy pickings Film"The, Frogmen," about theNavy's
Some fellow who is hard up for
underwater demolition
many who dally leave their wal-per- cash, will go looking for it, for a thief, especiallyin teams, proved so successful that *
belongings, including while another fellow, who wants a crowd. another I
lets bunks in lockers deep,$ea thriller is sched-
on open ,
just a little bit more, after
while uled, Called "The Face in the a
in heads, in pants to pockets take a show- the plush wallets after payday. Joint Exam StationsSet Deep." It's about a group of sal-
retiring or going
Carelessness is the one big vage men attempting to raise a F
ier. Why would anyone steal contributing factor In all these Up By Armed Forces sunken submarine Virginia .

your buddies"wallet in the, especially barracks? That's"your liftings. Seldom If ever, is a Washington (AFPS-The De- Mayo will play the role of "Hot
T "
secured locker broken into. fense Department has organized Garters Gertie, a burlesQue
that has
the question mankind for centuries.The Play it safe! It doesn't take under its jurisdiction joint examining queen, in "Working Our Way
two minutes to put your valu- stations to give mental Through:: College."
fact is '"that'*people.. do steal. ables in your locker in the eve- and physical examinations for .

- of 23 ning, or during the day, and it the Armed Forces: Movie Tip: "The Detective Sto- '
In tbe
course one day,
wallets were turned into theStation's will avoid a lot of heartaches' The new set-up, known as Arm- ry." A powerful mixture of heart t.
office. later. Secure your locker when ed Forces examining stations, action and humor, adapted from
Investigator's found the enlisted I. You think that men you work placing wallet or valuables provides a basis for a qualitative the Broadway hit play, and star
They were roofs on doubt stolen with every day, pass on scuttle- inside. Arrow shows wallet distribution of manpower to all ring Kirk Douglas, Eleanor Parker -
barracks no butt with every day, don't Services.. It also establishes min- and William Bendix "
from careless personnel. steal? Just those that left unguarded by careless
I as imum standards for entry into Variety's top tunes: "Because of
According to tjie Station Investigation have had their wallets taken! own r. each of the Services. You," "World Waiting for the I
office who investigate
I |, The examining stations jointly Sunrise," "Come-on-a-My House"
these robberies (and it is staffed are now functioning "Cold. Cold Heart," and "I Get
robbery), they are not stolen by Veteran Of Korean Naval ActionCenter's throughout the country. They Ideas."

anyone individual, but rather both I
cover recruiting applicantsand
by who are afforded the :
persons inductees. :
I NSIJ Clwks I Roll
,. opportunity through carelessnes BluejacketoftheWeekA
.. on part of the owner.. ship had was in Wonsan. All six t
Wallets, with money, are not veteran of Korean War action of the cans in the task force were Along I

the only things pilfered. Wrist George A. Murray, HM3 of down a two-day bombardment hit by shell fire. The skipper of Washington (AFPS)-Treasury
watches, lings, and otHer personal the NATTCenter Dispensary, has- prior to the Army's landing The the Toledo backed the ship down Department figures through Nov. '
valuables turn missing ship then bombarded for the next and seconds after shell landed
up been chosen the Center's Blue- a 1 reveal that 4.783.007 checks in
!. every day, and even parts of JacketoftheWeek.George 21 days and then returned to squarely in the pot she had just payment of the second National

..y. cats, mostly hub caps and fender who recently reported Japan. She returned to the Statesin vacated. Service Life Insurance dividend ,

skirts, are found missing. aboard for duty, is a native of St. November 1950 Murray received olden to NAT have been mailed. Payments to v
'* 'w Louis, and attended the 12th '* TCenter in July of 1951. He reported date total $39 ,568,633.91.

Frequently the men who have grade at Summer High School uni Murray reported, "I've never aboard on September 10th. This is the halfway' mark in *
had money stolen from wallets, tit the first semester was ended. been aboard another ship, so Icouldn't He is now working in the AvIa- nayment of the $685 million divi- j
ruin chances of catchingthe tion Medicine section at the DIs-
For no reason that he can name compare the crew with dend to some 8,200,000 veterans I
thieves by smudging finger- now, he decided to join the Navy. another one; but as far at I'm pensaiy. who have had policies in effect |
prints. Personnel should always He enlisted in St. Louis in Jan- concerned, the crew of the Toledo for at least three months between j
keep in mind that when some- New Rubber BootA 1948 and 1951. The Veterans Ad-
of 1948. He regrets that he was tops. She had a good skipper,
thing of their's is taken, to re- uary didn't finish school, but since his and the morale was high. If I new insulated rubber boot, ministration expects to complete i

port it immediately to the Sta- enlistment, he has studied under ever go back aboard ship, I'd like tested, at 43 degree below zero, It payment for the most part by ,

Main tion Investigation Administration office building in ,the or USAFI and will get his high school to go back to the Toledo." .part of the (old weather gear on April. 1952. u_ ______ _-_
diploma in January of 1952. The ship sailed back for Koreain Its way to Marines In Korea. Replacing -
after 1600, to the officer-of-the April 1951: with Murray aboaid. \ the shoe-pac, the new boot
Times_ the big element With a high clerical rating
day for I the \ of sealed, MATStoSwapHottest
He was aboard the Toledo the operate on principle
here, for the sooner the theftis and an excellent GOT, Murray hada ,
Insulation similar to thermos
bombardment of Wonsan. Murray a
reported, the sooner police can choice of Yeoman, Hospital, and
get on the job of Investigation. Steward School. He chose the reported the only close escape the i bottle.BLUEJACKETOFTIIEVEEK Pilots

Personnel should also be able Hospital School in San Diego, after "" !
to identify their belongings in boot camp I
'* '* ,
nomeway. Four hub caps taken Monthly
recently from an enlisted man's On completion of Hospital ,<

auto were recovered and claimed Corps School, Murray was as- ," Washington (AFPS) A new '
definitely as his own, because signed to the Navy Hospital in plan whereby the Strategic Air
'.. he was smart enough to scratchhis Bethesda, Maryland. He made .k' Command will acquire the best
initials inside the caps. Pie- Hospltalman there after three and most experienced four-engine .
ti cautions such as this can be a months. After ten months in \.j pilots from the Military Air I
great help in catching the Bethesda, he was assigned to the "i Transport Service in exchange 'f
thieves. Marine Corps Schools in Quantico ] for similar numbers of less experienced i
A bit of warning Is also given for two months instruction in X- \ pilots will be instituted \

to personnel who insists on ray techniques and procedures. in December. $
making their finances known to Murray reported aboard the 1-i---r ::0 The pilots from MATS up to J
others, showing it off or other USS Toledo CA133: on Oct. 13, '" the grade of major will be se- ?
wise advertising their financial L949. She sailed for Japan on t lected from among those with <
the 14th. "That was birth- 6
my .nM an excess of 4,000 hours' flying |
General Shepherd Namedllal'ine day"," said Murray. "Some present : time and a high proficiency rating J

Leader he grinned... They will be given transition i- i ,
Corps \ '* training in the latest inter- !
Washington (AFPS-President The Toledo returned to the continent B-36 bombers. 1

t Truman has named Lt. Gen. Lem- States after a six months tour The exchange will be carried i
Jr. Commandant of Asiatic Station. She arrivedon out monthly MATS will receive

uel C. Shepherd, as
f .' of the Marine Corps to the 12th of June.' She sailed those pilots from SAC who have

succeed Gen. Clifton B. Cates for Korea on July 6th, 1850. between 1,500 and 2,000 hours' ,

Gen. Cates' four-year term ,ends Arriving in Korean waters the 1"'I flying time and, wherever possi-
Jan. lt 1952. Toledo provided fire support for ble. experience in transports.
Gen. Shepherd a native of the Army in the Pusan perimeter Mats pilots selected will be

Norfolk Va., entered the Marine during the crucial stages of the able to qualify for "spot" promo- .,
Corps after graduation from Virginia United Nations withdrawal. The tions authorized under the SAC. < \J
Military Institute. He has a Toledo bombarded day and night Volunteers from MATS with the '
,....,. .
distinguished record for both from July to September. ----- desired qualifications will be selected -

World War I and II. Returning to Sasebo in September first.
.. the ship was refueled, reloaded action, George A. Murray, Jr., HM3 ( 4 C
.., Teimit. nightmare: "I dreamt and sailed with a task pensary!' checks blood pressure!' of A firefly backed Into an electrl
I dwelt in marble halls." force to Inchon. The Toledo laid has been chosen Cluejacke-of-the-Week( at the Center I fan. It was de-lighted- 'end.
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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 21 November 1951


AN School Hot fierce Down The Wire/
Ship'sCompany ;

Blue Fasron Six Takes Half-Game LeadOver 1

Wins Keg TitleAirman \ILTLy Hospital In NAS Touch RaceA

y red-hot Fasron Six team .
School Ship's Con trounced Supply 46-12, to move have won in the league race.
pany Blue held its slim marg: ahead of Naval Hospital in the Fasron 109 moved into a fourth
to annex the National Leaci a scramble 'for intra-mural laurelsin place tie with Operations as a result
title of NATTCenter's Bowhr g ,. the touch football league this of stopping VF-12 last week.
intra-mural play while Airma
week. drew Standings
Hospital a bye
R ,
Ship's Company
The Fasronites" will meet the W L
fought to hold the American League Fasron 6 '
Medics this :Friday to determinethe 7 1
lead. Each American League<
championship of the NAS Hospital 6 1
team had three games left to roll Tl loop league. NAKTU 3 2 .

AnP( ) Students Blue had le d ; NATTC's league winner, Aviation Operations 4 3
the National League for the firs Electrician School, will meet Fasron 109 4 3
seven weeks then, crippled b, I Dispensary Z"
I the NAS champs this coming
graduations, gave way to ANI l yd Tuesday on the main football Supply 2 5
Ship's Company Blue in tt e r .. I field for a playoff for the base O&G 1 5 .."

eighth week. Personnel hovere s -_____ i championship.A VF-13 0 C
between second and fourth place< :S z. ..SS *
all season long, then inched up 1 t< tilt between NARTU and
second place, where it ended th4 O&G was postponed last Thurs-. Jax Navy Gagers 'I
season. The Yeomen won 4. day because of rain, while Dispensary
games, lost seven. ANP) Ship'! scored a surprise win
Company Blue posted a 4G and I 8 over once powerful Operations, Meet Jax Junior
record. The Student's season tota \
was 43 and 11. 76.Hospital meets VF-12 this week

National League honors for the ........ ., _,'___m'"mm and the cellar men have a College SaturdayJax
out the Fasronites
week went to ANP( ) Ship's Company SMOKER: ACTION-Green Cove's Joe Lissey (left), grimaces chance to help Medics. If VF-1
Blue, high team series 0 f as he prepares to unload his lethal right at Bob Gaynor of Jax by dropping Navy Fliers will be fitted
2199 and ANP) Students Blue, Navy In their melee during the Jax Navy-Green Cove Springs did win it would be the L _they___ for their basketball uniforms tomorrow

high team single game of 775 ring card last Thursday. Althougn Gaynor was game, Lissey scored in preparation for a tune .
ANP) Students Blue carried of:f with a TKO in the third round, as Green Cove took four of six Keglers Drop up game with Jacksonville Jun. "
both individual honors for thE bouts from the Jax contingent. ior College Saturday night, Nov.
week, with Fagan rolling high 24 at 2000( at the Lee High gym.
single game, 132, and Wolbei t q Too Much Experience! Verdict ToDowntown The probable starting line-up
notching high weekly average will be Bob Rhinehart and Frank
163. ClubA Kloss at forward, big Steve Ze-

laurel Company The week's belonged Red American to with ANP high)Leagu Ship'tear se f Mittmen Drop Four Of f Six dropped select a crew match of with NAS bowlers Spring, and positions.boss Bob at center Grabaz, and in Mutt the guard Pasco

field Center Keglers by a total Admission for this pre-season
of 802 and
single higl

Banks team series of game the Waves of 2322.rolled Genev higi a l: To Ringwise Green Covers pin The difference civilians of won 304. both when h'gh cents game for warm civilians up and will thirty-five be sixty ., -

211. end Allison single series and high game for men in uniform.
single Billy
game Smith shot a 589 high series and The Jax: Fliers will.field an ex-
of ANP
( ) Ship's
; knocked down 282 perienced team. Steve
a Zeboss
Red posted high average. 172 Jax Navy's mittmen are still seeking a way to master who stands 6'5" played two :
game.A years
Ninth week league standingand ; Green Cove's ring representatives following last Thursday's rematch is planned for next at the University of Illinois.

point scores American: I smoker at NATTC auditorium. The Green Covers took four Sunday at 1430 on the Navy al Mutt Pasco played for three yearsat

ANP) Ship's Co. Red w __....60 of six matches.Jack leys.Top TCU and was voted all-Navy
for Navy keglerswas guard last Bob Rhinehart
Marine Air Detachment ....._.52 games year.
AO School Red w_..". _... .. .......48 Cunningham won the a feature unanimous aggressor all the way but Torres posted by Dan Senecal of formerly played for Southern
decision in FAW-11 with a 206, 195, 186 ser Illinois University, Bob Grabaz
worked too smoothly and effici
ANP( ) Students Red___....46
Bob Ritter Green
AE School _... ................_...44 match from his loss to, Ritter ently. The Judges gave the bout ies for a 587 total.1 for Syracuse and Frank Klossof
Air Fam _.._...__.______44 Cove, to reverse The light to the Green Cover by a unanimous Adelphi College. ,
First Lts. __ .......__...___36 in their last meeting. ol decision. -The Southwest Conference is
Waves .. .... ... '_h._'._ ... ..._... 26 weights gave a good account hard in Joe Lissey from Green Cove following the lead of the Big Ten 15 Center Teams
National themselves and mixed it and Bob Gayner; of Jax mixed ina in trying to take the heat off its

ANP( ) Ship's Co. Blue_......_._62 a brawl that had blows landedin welterweight affair with Lis- football officials. In the past, the

Personnel. ........... ...._ 60 and out of the ring. Ritter sey's height more than a match conference has announced its officials Enter Intra-Mural
ANP) Students Blue_....._..'....57 In the second round out for the superior speed of the local. in advance, including the .

Ship Stores ..... ._.... ...__......51 pushed scrappy Cunningham Gayner was the aggressor in the schools which the gentlemen in
AK Students __..__.... ...41 of the ring, then fell out himself. first round and part of the third the striped shirts attend. Basketball RaceFifteen

AK School _. _...._ ...... .40 Cunningham countered by knock- but steady and accurate work by Henceforth the conference will
ing Ritter through the ropes in the invader drew blood from Gay- merely list the official's home-
the third. Both men were evenly towns teams already are en-
ner in the second and dazed him
tered in NATTCenter's basketball
Fasron Six Cops matched O'Neal fast Keats, small ArwoodIn and clever. enough in the third so that the the nervousness he displayed In intra-murals slated to begin

the semi-feature Pete Ar- referee called the fight a TKO. his last outing. The split decision Dec. 3. Scheduled prac-

Volleyball TitleFasron wood, Jax llghtheavy, crossed Smith Drops' Verdict went to Green Cove's representative. tice sessions started in the gym
mitts with Ted O'Neal and immediately Ken Smith, Jax lightheavy, last week. Entry deadline is:
Six again took the NAS it. Arwood found his master when he climbed Music was provided by the ; November 27.
intramural volleyball championship danced around like a lightweightbut Into the ring against George Tar- NATTC band before the bouts anda Play will be suspended December ..
defeating' runner-up Fasron- O'Neal him repeatedlywith ver in the first fight of the night. bit of hilarity was presented 20 and resumed Jan
10', 15-6 15-8 for the second tagged Tarver, who seemed to be all when the "fistic-maniacs," Bill I uary 7 to extend through the
quick rights, finally dump-
time. Arwood in the second The shoulders and arms was hard to Rafferty, Sid Nunley, Falleigh winter. .
Actually all the games had not ing: unanimous de hurt and too aggressive. Gore and Tom Hamlin went at Already entered are teams
been played but as only the 109- Green cision. Cover won a Smith fought a good counter- each other as the Swedish Bell from Training' Facilities, AK
ers had a chance to catch the School, Dispensary, Supply
Bill Sibley, Green Cove, made a punching bout and lost much of [Ungers.t to
Fasronites the other teams fell to AE School, Special Services,
the wayside and when the 109en mistake by losing his temper Airman School Ship's Com-

dropped their last match the title against welterweight Curtis Mooreof i AFpS, pany, Marine Air Detachment
was clinched for Fasron Six. Jax. Curtis toyed with Sibleyas :'i Aircraft Maintenance, Person
he methodically pumped piston. nel and First Lieutenants, AO
like lefts during the first two School and ANP Students
( )
AO School Wins NATTC
rounds. Sibley took all Curtis
have entered two teams each.
Intra-Mural Links TitleAO gave but came out with a do-or- .
die look in the third. Moore
School copped another first dropped him with a flurry of
by winning the NATTCenter in- blows to the midsection for the
tra-mural golf tournament, which only KO of the night.
finished last week. AO Schoolwon The fight was the most Interesting

over' teams from ANP) of the night because of the .
Ship's Company, Personnel, Med- desperate courage displayed by .
ics, ANP( ) Students and Supply. Bill Sibley when he went in againsta
J man who was Just to rlngwise .n

for him. Moore has had over 60 .
Patty Berg Hospitalized; fights In Golden Gloves and ) //9y_

Cancels Clinic Here worked out with the U. S. Olympic

Patty Berg, one of theworld's team.Torres Decisions JanetzkeBoathouse's / t .- ', J

foremost women golf- prize welter, Jocko ." <
ers, will be unable to make all Jorge ,t,
Janetzke, Jumped over
her appearance here at NAS Torres from Green Cove, but, as CJ ':N >w+
golf course as scheduled, pro is-
he found out, pluck sometimes
Jack Harvey has announced. smooth L
n't enough against a
who have I
Patty, was to given counter attack. Janetzke was ,
an exhibition and clinic
here Nov. 27, is still hospital : '
ized following an operation on Ordnance Squad Paces Well, which one gets the 3-day
her leg. pass?" "

She entered the hospitalsome NATTG Volleyballers Chair
Motorized Wheel
time ago for what was
believed to be only a minor Chief Stovall's AO School vol-
operation but complicationshave leyball team continues: to lead Makes Life Wonderful I

set m and re-operation NATTCenter's intra-mural volleyball Newark N. J, (AI'"PSPaul .

has been necessary, accordingto league. after four weeksof Cardone, Jr., a paraplegic veteran I
her sponsors. She is still play. of WWII, is whizzing around
convalescing and it will be With only a short time left to Montclair in his wheel chair and

some time before she can resume out the Ordnancemen are far obody's pushing him. .
her game.Traffic in front with a 6-0 continuedto record. aa Thanks to the public spirit evidenced .' ,
Aircraft Maintenance by VA officials, the Ameri
hold second place with a 4-2 ti vri
Ffi y S
1Pd lean engineers and skilled
Violations record while ANP) Ship's Company er B WI Legion
mechanics, Paul has a motorized
dropped from a
Listed below are the traffic violations -, place tie to third place as a result wheel chair took
The contraption
committed aboard this I of two postponed games.
18 months to build, with labor
station for the period Novembtlto Standings :
the Public Service'ransport
contributed by
8 November 15:
Multiple Offenses: H. G. Zula AO School .. ... .._._._6 0 TRIM LINES-Unlike the lines cluttering the deck around companies.. .
Han, SN: J. E. Baker Civ, Aircraft Maint. .4 2 her, Virginia Gibson's lines are In proper order. The Warner Bros. J
:Miscellaneous Offenses: VV. B ANP) Ship's Co _2 2 Starlet currently is to'be seen in "Painting- Clouds With Sunshine Then there was the girl who
Donovan, AN; E. T. Prescott Personnel _____ 1 4 ." She was dubbed most likely! to succeed by film veteran wanted to be a bubble "dancer '
]IfM2 Supplf.__ 1 6 Joan Crawford. but her dad said "no oap.

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\\ November 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven




FOOTBALL SPECIAL Fliers Host To Pensacola ;

.' SELECT THE WINNERS Bow to Norfolk Tars 25-0

Games For Nov. 24
Jax Navy's Fliers have just one more chance to add one more victory to their sea

".'*> (Home teams in right column) son's efforts Saturday when they entertain an off-and-on Pensacola Navy combine. Kick-

Syracuse ._.........................vs.............................Boston U. off time is 1400.

r Brown .....................vs........................._ Columbia Winners of only two scraps to The Goslings have a tough run game Jax took to the air but
Cornell "Z.7L............._........vs........._....._................ Penn date the Fliers will be looking, ning attack and a good forward Norfolk intercepted Mike's
Dartmouth ........................vs.........................- Princeton for No. 3 against the Goslings wall. They have a versatile backin aeiral on the Jax 30 and
their arch rivals. Usually this "Shep" Shepard, who is a ran it back into the end zone for
1 Harvard ..._........_..............vs..................................... Yale fray is billed as the service triple threat. The Goslings lost the final tally. The conversion ,

Penn State ..........................vs......................... Pittsburgh championship of Florida, but the services of "Crazy Legs" gave Norfolk it's 25-0 margin..
Villanova ........................?.vs__........................... LSU neither has had much to brag Heinz following the Eglin game. The Fliers' offense was hamp-

Illinois ................................vs.__............... NorthwesternIowa about this year. Kings He was the attack big gun and in his Coach loss Paul has ered by the absence of .halfbackDarrell
have enjoyedmore Spang who was injured
........................_.........vs....................... Notre Dame i Although success they than the Fliers this hurt the Goslings. very early in the game. Halfback

Ohio State ....._...................V8._........................... Michigan II season the invading Goslings are Locals CrippledThe Mike Norman once more bore the
'. -, Wisconsin __.....................vs_._...................._ Minnesota not as strong as they have beenin probable starting ]line-up brunt of the Fliers' attack.

Oklahoma ..._......_.........._...vs............................. Nebraska past years. They too have bit for the Goslings will be: Ends, Score by quarters

Tulsa _.......1................._...vs............._...._.._ Arkansas the dust hard in several tilts this McClausland and Morgan; taco Norfolk Jax 00 0000 0
campaign. kles, Blue and Styres; guards, 6 19 25
Florida ................................vs..........................-_ Alabama Pensacola Favored Higgins and Henson and center 4.5
Au bu rn's................................ Clemson The Fliers and Pensacola have Casselman. ,

North Carolina ...._...........vs.................................... Duke met one mutual opponent Eglin Backs will be: quarterback, FAW11HoldsLeadIn '

Tennessee ............_...t.......vs.............................. KentuckyS. Air Force Base. Eglin downed Riley Hayes; and halfbacks Robinson, Shepard at fullback and
Pensacola 21.13, while defeatingthe Bowling PlayFasron
M. U .... Vs Baylor
Rice ...:..::::::.::..:::.....:::::::::vs: ::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::... TCU Fliers would 277.thus make Comparativescores the Goslings Halfback Fliers Darrell are Spang still crippled.was hurt Six knocked off O&R

.. .. California ....._...................vs.............................. Stanford a slight favorite. However, again in the early minutes of the and moved into second place last
1.CLA's., ........._......._ Southern Calif. this is the grudge game of the Norfolk fray and may not see ac week in the Intramural bowling
o ;year and comparative scores tion.The league by taking two games and
(Predict the score of this game) mean nothing. line-up for Jax will be 3 points. George Baranski tosseda
about the in the line
same : 233 high game.Commissary .

Ten nesee's.:: : ............................ Kentucky Huggard Claims George Shotwell and Bill Hop Stores took Com-
kins at end; Walt Conrad and
FairJax into with four
.. ... .... Rate/Rank........ .......... Luther Rice at tackle; Bob Duerr straight points, and O&G for-
Name ...._........._............. and Jim Heck and Paul
First Prize In guards
Webb at center.In feited to Personnel to gain four

Unit i Assigned To...._.................._..........Phone............_ the backfield John Carnes points. The game had to be
bowled and Zeigler
out toppedthe
Rules Football ContestDouglas will be either at quarter Darrell, Mike Normanand match with single high sere

1. To enter the contest ;you simply indicate ;your choice George Tarzetti at Spang half and or ies' with 212, 212, 157 for a 581
of each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark"'after the I Huggard, JOl, of Com- George Minihan at fullback. series.
team you select to win. If ;you predict a tie game, place a (T) I FairJax was declared the winnerof Norfolk Rallies Standings
after the names of teams ;you think will play to a tie score. 1111: the Jax Air News Football The Norfolk NAS Tars sent the Pt,.
2.11 games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties Special last week Fliers down to their third straightloss FAW-11 ........................_...___. 38
count as losses unless predicted. i Huggard was tied with Jerry and their sixth of the season Fasron-6 _...........__..__...._....._. 34
.. 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the Burgoyne, SN from the NAS Legal 25-0, at Norfolk last Satur O&R ..................._....__..._..._ 33
game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with Office-each missing only I I day. Playing in bitter cold Special Services _'"_'''_''' 27
the most nearly correct score will win the contest. three out of 21. However, Hug- i weather, the Fliers held the Tarsto Fasron-109 ___..........._...___.. 27
4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con gard claimed top prize on the a scoreless stalemate in the FAETU ...................__ ___.. 25
sidered. Contestants must make all 21 selections plus indicating strength of the tiebreaker.The first half, but the Norfolk com Hospital _................_......___ 21
the score of the one tie-breaker game to be eligible. winner predicted the score bine unleashed combined aerial Supply .................._._...__._ 21
5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for of the Florida-Miami game as and ground offensive for four VP-741 #2 _........_._..._....__ 20
any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final 21-14. The final score was 21.6 touchdowns. The Fliers were unable Personnel .._.. ..._..._._...__ 19
ratings. in favor of Miami. Burgoyne'sscore to muster enough offensive ComFairJax .................._.:.... 13 Y'
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 of 27-13 gave him second strength. Commissary Stores -...... ..._. 14
Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main Administration place honors. Norfolk scored once in the third VP-741 n ........ ......... 7
Building. Wade Baxley, EM3, from the canto and three times in the O&G ..... 0
.. and civilian personnel, with the exception John Dressler ADE3
7. All military Boat House, fourth, while converting only I
of personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the from Fasron 109 and Francis R. once.
. contest. Theep, Civilian from NAS Running back the third period Break The Bank'Bowling
8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. Ground Training tied for third kickoff to the Jax 30, Norfolk
9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the place, missing four. Again the caught the Fliers napping,: with
Thursday! following the Saturday on which the game is played. tie-breaking score prediction was the first play from scrimmage.Ed Trials
r 10. First prize is $3.00 cash award; second prize, a case needed to determine the winner Godzak passed to end Schlich-
of soft drinks; third, a free meal chit at the Civilian Cafeteria. and Baxley's score of 12-7 put er on a sleeper play that covered
him in the victor's box. Theep 30 yards for Norfolk's first score. Enter 4th WeekAs
picked a score of 21.14 and Dressier Godzak passed for the second
Ned Garver, the Browns' 20. During a tough tennis match picked Florida over Miami touchdown from 10 ;yards out in the first month of competition -
27-14 which automatically put the fourth quarter climaxing a in the "Bowl to Break the
of 1951 will be trad. Jr.
game winner Arthur (Tappy; ) Larsen polished
this winter to the highest bid him out of the running. steady march downfield. A little Bank Contest" draws to a close,
ed off 30 bottles of coke."Tha1"s .
der President Bill Veeck an. Huggard thus wins first prizeof later a quick slice through taco the kitty has grown from the
nounced., better than Kovac's rec $3.00 cash award; Burgoyne kle by Guzzo from the 15 made original $5 donated by the bowling -
ord," he commented. "The best he takes second prize of a case of the score 180.Attempting alley to approximately $28
I ever did in one match was 23 soft drinks from the Navy Exchange to get back into the with no bank breakers.All .
Since Robert K. Christenberryhas cokes against Vic Seixas." drive-in drinks stand, that is needed to walk off)
been appointed Chairman of while Baxley takes third prize, Frankie Kovacs once appeared with this tidy sum is to bowl one
the N. Y. State Athletic Commis The Federal tax on free passesto a meal chit to the civilian cafe on the court against Don Budge game of 250. High bowlers to date
.. lion he has approved a new ring baseball games and other teria. decked out in a coonskin cap, are Joe Cevrar of FAW-11 witha
mat with a plastic base, which, it sports events was removed by the In the also-ran column there coonskin coat and with two racquets 234 and a second place tie of)
is hoped, will cut down head injuries new revenue law that went into were 13 contestants who missed strapped to his feet like 211 between Andy Andriola and
when a boxer's head hits I effect on November 1. only five and 20 who missed six. snowshoes. Spd Wilson.

the floor. I Inaugurated Oct 27, bowlersare !
invited to compete Saturdays
I I and Sundays at the Main.
side bowling alleys. Players do
nated 10 cents for each game
I bowled in competition. When the
first month's contest closes Sunday -
.,., I Nov. 25, if there is no 250
game registered, accumulated
,I money will be divided among the
top three bowlers with 50 per
cent going to the leader, 30 percent
,- to second high man and 20
per cent for show position.
: All military personnel are eligible -
,k:4 a. kk.ti iG to enter. Alleys are open
I from 1300 to 2100 daily.A .
second contest will get under -
way Dec. 1 when bowline
Ii.i. .. will again start the jackpot off

1 1.A ,' a ai ( ?, with $5. .

To deemphasize football Arch
Lynch sports editor of the Chi-
ar4 cago Tribune suggests: "Put the
coaches up in the stands on Sat-
IuAI'1' urday and let run
the team. The football coaches
4aw%,AffS teach football and the test of
.. their coaching is what the students
"The crowd's simply wild HARDWOOD .' >Frank McCaffrey, right, explains a basketball formation and I can do in a game. Saturday;
and ahe came gone hasn't even I play to prospectiv t 'carers during drills held daily in preparation for the Fliers' is examination day for football
started:" opener Nov. 30. Left fti it McKay, Steve Zebos, Bob Grabai and Bud Duffy. players; "

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS November 19511



G\ ............. .... .1'
(Items offering for sale article: (Bv Armed Forces Press Service)
of property such as washing machines ': The 1st Armored Divisjon, Ft
automobiles furniture, .". ;' < Hood, Texas, recently inaugurat.ed .
r I radios, clothing and the like is ; a Korean Veteran Instructors
I prohibited by Defense Depart : Training Course in keeping with
ment regulations. This column '\.1t. I ? the Army policy of using combat
will, however, list such service! ( ( f-. \ ._ veterans as instructors. Organizedby
as available housing, rides want ,. -c Maj. Gen. Bruce C. Clarke,
ed, lost and found articles, another '. commander of the 1st Armoredand
similar. notices). S1It1i' Ft. Hood, the 2-week course
FOR RENT places special emphasis on speech

Single rm., near 5 Points, 171{ techniques, lesson plans and use
Goodwin St., apply after 1730( of training: aids.Returning .. .

Mills .
Furn. 3rm. apt.. 2031 Hersche'Mrs. ,, veterans of the Korean .
Griffin, Ph. 76503. campaign are welcomed ,
home with certificates of

1601 Hamilton appreciation
Unfurn. 4rm. apt.,
citizens of Las
Bell Sr. 4501 from the
St. Mrs. Rossi ,
Cruces, N. M., and various towns
Shelby, Ph. 89633. and cities in Louisiana. At Las .
Orange ." .
4rm. house, partly '
Park, Mrs. Brown Ph. 112-8- i Cruces, returnees are presentedwith i"
a large white and golden *
1 3232. I bossed Certificate of Appreciation -
5rm. $40 mo year 4 4c
Furn. apt., per I
while the citizens of Bogalusa -
St Ztc
Beach 1313
round, Jax 'N"0 b
La. Certificate
N.Manchester, also 6-rm.St.furn., Lakeshore house.,4514$90 ,- of bestow Commendation.* a* wallet-size* ,

Mrs. Brooke, Ph. 112- 1I
per mo., I I
c a< As part; of the Defense Depart
5-6096. I : ment's nation-wide drive to recruit
Furn. 3rm. cottage, 421 3rd Ave., 'INNERs-caPt William O. Kenna, Overhaul & Repair officer presented checks totaling an additional 72,000 women
N., Jax Beach. Mrs. F. E. Grant. $247.20 to seven O & R employees last Friday, for beneficial suggestions. Largest check, for the Armed Forces the Army
Furn. 2-rms. & bath, $45 per mo., $110.20, went to Edgar W. Buell with Abel E. Cleveland receiving the next largest of,$61.50. Left Medical Service will intensify its
528 Clinton Drive, Orange to right are, Comdr Albert R. Weldon, assistant O & R officer; Daniel R. Whiddon master mechanic own campaign to attract 2,000
Park, Mrs. Reaugh, Ph. 112-8- ; Abel E. Cleveland; Capt. Kenna; Clyde E. Koesel; Edgar W, Buell; Raymond K, Reinhardt; Nel more nurses and 500 women med .
4702.. son R, Anders; A. J. Ski, and Arthur C. Simmons. ical specialists. 0/
Business woman will share home .

with cple, Riverside, Mrs. Mar Just In Time For Christmas! Airmen of Davis-Monthan AFB,
gie Fikes, Ph. 7-6489 after 1730or ( -:::-- siz.ableI
Tucson Ariz., comprise a

1700.Ph. 6-2658 between 0900- I i j: Seven 0 & R Employees Receive I i segment University of of the Arizona.population Almost at the 35
Furn. 2-Bdrm. apt., $65 per mo. 4 I 1 I't7 +c day students "lus 140 night-time
J. De-
1602 Pine Grove Ave., J. I / I scholars attend classes at the university i-

2-rms.laney.& bath. 503 Milwaukee I. ';/' $247 For Beneficial SuggestionsSeven !I'the AF's, located"Operation in Tucson Bootstrap.under"

Ave., O. P., Mrs. T. It. Nelson,, .
Ph. 8-4222. I Off to South America is Mable checks totaling $247.20 Clyde E. Roesel received If -,
4-rms. furn., $70 per mo., 1904 Brock of Control Branch, leavingto were presented to Overhaul & $24.50 for his combination jig :
Hamilton St., Mr. Guedry,, make her home in Colombia Repair employees Friday for and stencil for spray painting
Shop 5112 B. I beneficial suggestions. Cap compass cards. A check for r
Furn. single rms. or share home,, with her daughter and son-in- William O. Kenna, Overhaul & $20.40 was awarded Nelron R.
1755 Canterbury St.. Mrs. Bob- law, who is beginning a tour of Repair officer made the pres- Anders for a tool for flaring
bie Landis, Ph. 2-1112 or Ph.. duty there. entations during a ceremony in spacers in metalite surfaces. f1
82937. Other Supply-ers who said his office. For a tool for cutting rubber
Furn. rm. adj. bath & garage,, The largest check $110.20, stops for index knobs on rocket
3019 Grand Ave., Ortega, Mrs. good-bye last week were Roby went to Edgar W. Buell with selector switches, Raymond
Howard Weldin, Ph. 21807. Robertson, now with the Navy Abel E. Cleveland receivingthe K. Reinhardt received $12.20.
Will share 6-rm. furn. apt.. 807 Fuel Depot, and Charles Stevenson next largest of $61.50. Arthur C. Simmons and C H
Acosta St., Mrs. Powell Ph. 7- of Tech Section, who resigned Edgar W. Buell, Accessories Move, former employee, col-
9434. Division, received his award 'iborated on a device. for pulling MLSS 1' 4""
Furn, 3rm. apt., 1019 Gary St., to move to his farm in Dixie for developing a tool for refac- crankcase through bolts. i i"Take

Southside, E. Harrow, Ph. 9- County. ing aircraft hydraulic valve Mr. Simmon's check was for
1445 after 1700. Lucky winner of a dressing seats: A tool for lapping pivot $10.20.
Single furn. rm. Riverside. home table in a local department store bearings to top plates on Pratt Last but not least was a
priv.., Mrs. Beatty, 1040 James, contest recently was Betty Hardy, & Whitney engines brought a check for $8.20 given to A. J. -1
Ph. 2-0969. Household Effects. check for $61.50 to Abel E. Ski for an accepted method of
Furn. 2-rms., Lakeshore. $15 per Mrs. Willie Fleming of Ship- Cleveland. repair for tie down reels. your hat off In the mess-
wk. 5106 Appleton Ave., Mrs. ping has returned to work after hall. Haven't you any respectfor
A. A. LaGrand, Ph. 2-7216. undergoing an eye operation. Man Sized Job To Feed 10,000Much the dead?" __
Single rm. pvt. bath kit. priv., Among Supply-ers seen along the n
1319 Hamilton St., Mrs. Mar- Midway at the James E. Stratcs : ArrivedContinued chus, Ph. 8-3829. carnival the other week-end was Effort Goes Into Preparing Newly
5-rm. bungalow, $75
per Marvin Highsmith of Procure- ( from Page 1))
mo., also 2-bdrrn. furn. garage ment .winning a prize at the in the
the Navy and saw duty
apt., $50 per mo., Mrs. Mueller, .1 "Guess Your Weight" concessionwas Annual Thanksgiving Day FeastMaybe Pacific.
Ph. 2-9779. Ernest Fudge. IRD's Safety
Sergeant Beall was a mem-
Rm. in pvt. home, 2804 Waller, I representative assigned to Sup- you thought Mom had it rough struggling with a ber of an artillery forward ob- .
Mrs. Pinholster, Ph. 27687. I ply. pound turkey and preparing Thanksgiving dinner for 10 or 15 peo server team with the First Korean
FOR SALE I An ace forecaster of college( ple. But her troubles are nothing compared with the tribulationsof Marine Regiment in Korea -
New brick duplex apt., by Navy football scores is "Scotty" Brown, the Commissary Department expecting to feed 10,000 hungry in June 1951. His citation
AA, member of Supply's gridiron sailors and WAVES of NAS and NATTC in mess halls this Thanksgiving
man, save cost of handling by I reads, in part:
. .
H. J. Hish team let's- not forget the :
contacting direct, '
Ph. 8-9414. campaign being conducted C aboard The Commissary Department I "When the regiment was in ...
Unfurn. 6-rm. house, Timaquana the station this week for contributions under the supervision of Lcdr. Halls and PACT Virgil Wright, the attack of strongly fortified
Manor, William A. Martin, for "Radio Free Europe", Guy N. Stroud, and with the assistance administrative assistant, is goingall enemy positions, he fearlesslyand
Ph. 27822. better known as the Crusade for of PACT Sam Gerstl at out to make this one a mem- with complete disregard .
4543 Blount Freedom drive. Mainside Mess Hall; CHPACT orable dinner. his
fi-rm. unfurn. house. for personal safety exposed
Clark NATTC Mess .
Willard ,
Timuquana, $8500, $1950 cash, himself to intense enemy mor-
Lt. E. R. Sourbeer, Ph. 8-5341. Four hundred turkeys will be tar, artillery and automatic
Equity in 2-bdrm. masonry home dressed. In addition 3,000 poundsof weapons fire in order to assistin
New Beach Rd., contact Porter baked ham will be fixed to directing devastating artillery
AOC, ext. 3249. .. :..n i .. -.- feed the hungry crew. Ship's fire on the enemy posi-
5-rm. unfurn. house beezeway & cooks will begin preparing the tions. When he was painfully
garage attached, 1331 Live Oak turkeys this afternoon and will I wounded in the leg he courageously -
Drive, Southside Estates, $250 w work through the night. I refused medical attention -
down, $43.16 per mo., S. W. # :For the first time, personnelwill remaining at his post un-
Rowe, 4821 Lexington Ave., not be allowed to bring til tlvc" objective had been secured ...
ext. 8216. guests aboard for dinner. Thereare 'I
MISCELLANEOUS not enough facilities to han- Pie Jerald D. Shields re-
ceived the Purple Heart for
J Baby sitter, 2031 Hershel, Cecile dle more than the present crew
wounds received in Korea also
y .. Lcdr. Stroud said
Ph. 8-1367. ::
Bowen, in June 1951. lIe entered the
j Ride wanted- Bland & Lakeshore ';.;.- iiifjift Marines in March 1950 and had
J 0700-1530 Mrs. Rucker, Decorations around Mainside : served 13 months in Korea at
718. 'i:'. '' Mess Hall will add to the
ext. : ':'.11 holiday the time he was wounded.Thanksgiving .
3 riders wanted to share expenses '".. :':7' atmosphere. Mr. Gerstl will havea .
and help drive to Baltimore, r': A decorated center table complete
t Md. Leaving around Dec 22, with a stuffed barbecued pig Day
returning on or about Jan. 1, Everything is being done to make :. .
Mrs. F. Powell, Ph. 7-9434 this a pleasant, delicious meal. (Continued from Page 1))
In addition to selected relishes forces including 2 Marines, 6
2,500 pounds of potatoes, 1,100 Sailors and 4 WAVES.St. .
5,514 iTi Area '>' '.' '" pounds of corn and 800 poundsof Edward's Chapel will celebrate
\ broccoli will be prepared. High Mass at 0900 witt.I (
(Continued from Page 1) Fourteen hundred pounds of Father Leroy J. Calkins, Catholic '

l' shipped daily. Thanks to the fresh vegetables: will appear on Chaplain, officiating. Chaplain
up of facilities for taking the salad tables.Meanwhile Calkin's sermon will follow the
blood by the American Red the bake shop will Thanksgiving Day theme. St. Ed
.J I Cross, and the public responseto be kept busy preparing 20.000 ward's Choir will perform during -'
a nation-wide appeal for blood, rolls 1,250 pumpkin pies and 1- the services.
the quota for the military area 000 pounds' of fruit cake. The Naval Hospital Chapel will
here has now been reduced to Each person will receive a conduct Thanksgiving Day Services
only 48 pints daily. package of cigarettes, a cigar andbne.quarter at 1000, enabling patientsand
YfYY dependents attached to the .. ..
pound of mixed .
Operating at the center are nuts '.
Cbmdr Lewis S. Sims, Jr., assistant ted hard candy. Hospital an opportunity to worship -
on this day of thanksgiving.Lcdr. .
to Capt. Early; Lt. (jg)
William A. Wiggins, Hospital -
John L. Gra Rations
Olga Seagin, NC; Upped Chaplain will deliver the
, ham,' IIMC; George E. Murphy ""ovember
1 Thanksgiving message.It .
HM1; L. E. Alley, HM2; Richard iIIIJIIlIIf.! .. -- d .i ;J. ,,..," were increased, Navy! is emphasized that these
F. Breffitt, HM2; Richard E. Mc-
HM3 Raymond R. Snider TURKEYS FOR THE TABLE-Pay Clerk Sam GersflUM iy, adding a nine special services afford an opportunity -
: Comls HM3, Richard; J. Callaham, ant Commissary officer, inspects a few of the 400 turkeys destfor ; \ the $1.11 ration to worship prior to town
; ; NATTC JIlt went into effect last services and will not conflict
lit Glenn Hoberg, HN; Victor the Thanksgiving Day tables at the station and
.ri. ; HN Oscar Thomas halls. The traditional bird will be served In gracious quntltiestwith rtance with ALNAV with events or social function
Shepherd, ;
f' : HM; and Roland C. Yeater, UN.'ti all the trimmings, tomorrow. (See Menu, Page 3). i taking place later in the day. r .

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