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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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November 16, 1950


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To Be Loaded >" ":" "' Be PlacedOn

With Talent kM. 't War BasisA

Auditions have closed and I "no comment at his i

'. I rehearsals have begun in earnest I, time" was offered by Industrial .
'. llelations department;
for the huge talent-la k officials regarding the order

den Variety Show, featuring'I f w s, I issued Monday by President

local home talent, to be presented i Truman placing civil serviceon

Wednesday, December II a war footing in an effortto

6 at NATTC Auditorium. get vitally needed workers

Tickets for the show, which also I II I I into government defense job .
entitle holders to a chance of winning I I In an executive order the PresU
.r I. ; a television set and a Hopa- dent gave the Civil Service Com-
long Cassidy radio set, are now on .aI I mission authority to provide rein. I
sale at all departments.The statement guarantees for Federal '
I I I 1 '
I best comedy, vocal and inatruinental workers transferred from non-de
talent available at tense to defense: jobs. The order
NAS Jax will perform from the I also places new appointments, effective -1
I December 1, generally on
... stage of the NATTCenter audi-
as indefinite basis.I
torium when the curtain goes up emergency
December 6. Proceeds from the i I To lat-*> no Instruction\ concern.
I i
show are tagged for expenses of I ing the President's order have
I next year's big Navy Charity 4Xsti1 s i 1 A< been received at the Industrial Relations
I Carnival. i, Naval Air Station personnel d < department here, John W.
played a prominent part In the
Carson, assistant Industrial Relations -
I Variety Show officials have announced
I Armistice Day observances in
officer commented. "Untilwe
that auditions have closed the area last Saturday, with .
s ,
hear directly from the Commission
and some 15 acts are being I the big parade in Jacksonville statement at this
screened at rehearsals to .
J regular
stealing the spotlight. The "
time would b, ill advised, he de
determine the final which
. II j program NARTU Jax: float above featuring clared.
1 will comprise the two-hour per : a floral replica of the I
The President' is to
torma ce.I reported 1
Liberty Hell, color guard and .
told Civil Service Commission
I Several of the details of the Florida beauties', was recognized have the
show are being kept secret for reasons as the finest In the march. Cs to make promotions,
of surprise but the first rehearsals On the right is a platoon of transfers and reinstatement on the
show that talent for the NAS personnel one of tWQ same emergency indefinite basis.
the December 1 effective
show is of pretty high caliber contingents in the parade > s Apparently -
date set to the .
was give
With many of the same acts which
appeared in the last talent show .. ar s GSC' time to 1 issue:' new regulations i |
qs4 the order.
hand exciting Pilots Local Jet implementing
,I, .. on plus more new and .
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acts, ranging from vocalists
and instrumentalists to acrobaticsand To Cherry PointIn I
specialty dances. Get Your Tickets I \\

II offered With every an opportunity ticket purchased to win is a 39 MinutesIn I Now For Show i ,

'. 16-inch Crosley television net and this age of supersonic air- j Tickets for the Variety Show '
4- children, who will be admitted for craft, speed and more speed seems '
Wednesday, December 6 are now
25 cents will have. chance to wina Announce NAS PolicyFor
to be the order of the day and on sale and can be procured ;
Hopalorg" Cassidy' radio set Lcdr. Ralph L. Werner, command from the following partmentI
ing officer of VF-11 has kept well I representatives: |I'' 1 1I

; Netherlands Navy up with the trend. I Administration, Lt. Edward ..
} The fighter squadron skipper recently Christmas LeaveThe Parker' ; Communications, Hit. a
established some sort of record William Brockhaus; Industrial :
1 Officer Visits Here when on a routine hop in a Relations, Mike Cascone; Medical
\ jet fighter, he spanned the 428 policy governing the granting of Christmas leave to civilian Lt. Arthur McCarley; Dental
L dt. J. J(. Perie of the miles from Jacksonville NAS toCht'rry and military personnel is set forth in a recent station order whkh Lcdr. William Rusk; Opera
I '4 Netherlands Royal Navy, who Point 'MCAS in Just 30 provides for two leave periods, one which extends from December tions, Lt. Lee Howe; Overhauland
is presently stationed at the minutes. Repair, Harry Burn
Netherlands Embassy in Wash 15 to December 27 and the other extending from December 27 to ; Physical
I Aided by a strong tail wind Training and Welfare, Lt.
; ington, I). C., as assistant naval Lcdr. Werner aveiaged a ground January 8, 1951. Richard Carver; Public Works,
I attache for air, visited NAS Jax speed of 650 miles per hour in his Each department, it ia being Frank Nettles; and Supply and
j this. week. fighter plane and, his time of 39 pointed out, is setting its own some personnel are not taking :Fiscal, Lt. John Nuck. S<
\ The Netherlands Royal Navy minutes was clocked from the policies in carrying out the basic leave, the department may be able Naval Hospital Lcdr. John K. ilIlollingsworth I
I officer arrived Monday morn. time of take oft to the time he set instructions of the leave policy to grant leave over both holidaysto Chaplain; NAR- ;
Ing for a three-day study of the down at Cherry Point order. In certain Instances were special cases TU, Lt. (jg) Frank CogKlan: i
1. functions of the air station and Cecil Field, CIIMACH. LJoy.l *
various The two leave periods are designed FLAW 11
its departments. Dorsey; (Fasron 109))
I S to provide an opportunity MACH, Richard Hraswell: and
.-" F- 22OO for most personnel to be home for ComFatrJax, Lt, jg) John Ka-

Air News To Be either the Christmas holiday or ker. i
.22OO1 OOL for the New Year's season. I J

... ... Early Next Week vr With both Christmas and New I Marines Observe :I':'

The Jax Air News will Year falling on Monday, their observance -
will provide long weekends -
make its appearance a day for thOHe who are eligible. 175th Birthday 4.1I }
early next week, due tc Civilian personnel) are being urgedto i
the Thanksgiving holiday ? 1 take leave during the holidays I; Personnel of the Marine Barracks
Thursday. In other years the Overhaul and here took time out last t
Moving the distributiondate oc Repair department's shops closed j Saturday to observe the 178th an- .
a- : down for the holidays while special niversary: the U. S. Marine ,
up to Wednesday, crews accomplished maintenanceand Corps, celebrating the occasion:
means that unit Public Information other duties' during lifts period. with a birthday party
officers and However, plans for this year's Lt. Col.! Harvey B. Atkins, commanding
other must t Overhaul and Repair leave policy officer of the Marine
contributors has not yet been resealed.Reader's Barracks read A message from the
have their copy in the Jax: --- Commandant of the Marine Corps,

Air News offices by at least '' while M/Sfit. Maurice Jeffrey,
1200 Monday. Efforts : zR Guide sergeant major of the Barracks,

should be made to have all was given the honor of cutting
Classified Bulletin .......l.l&jC'e 8 the cake. .
pictures in by 160Q Friday, Floating Drydock ... .._.l ap IS Messages of congratulations '
and 0730 Monday at the also received Sec r
UydroKnt.I.hlcollnl"Y! .._.1'1Lg'e SN were from, the
of the Chief of Naval :
very The latest.editor requests _,'" ".,_ ._. m. .\RTlb N"t 's .....__.......rl<'fI 2 Operations Navy, ana others.
cooperation CHECK TO COMMUNITY CIIKST--Captain Charles A. Ditt- Siilvagi; Operation/ ..___...l"aKt' t Guests at the affair included Lt. y
from all handsin mar, right, presents a check $4,078.91, on behalf, fo the Naval Spurts _....._....._.._.Parf18 I, or Col. Frederick R. Payne, Captain
.. meeting these new spe. Air Station to William II. "Bill" Terry chairman of the Duval Variety ShowWashington ____....rare 1 Charles 'A. Dittmar, senior NAS
.. cial deadlines for next County Community Chest Campaign. The check derived from a chaplain; Lcdr. John Holllngs-
week's issue. reserve fund made possible as a result of the Navy Charity Car- Report _.__.r ,p 2 worth Hospital chaplain; and Lt.
nival, represents the station's contribution to the Chest fund drive. Xmas Leave Pulley ..... -rare 1 John Bums, Catholic chaplain. *


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 16 November 1950 .

Report From Washington '
Jax Air-News -

Medical Officers Transfer ServiceArmy
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air May '

Station Jacksonville, Fla.NAS ,

Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Devises Point System For Enlisted Reserves .
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell .Executive Officer -

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear By Armed Forces Press Service foreign duty .
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander Regulations whereby medical officers of a .

Capt. Allen Smith._... ..__._..._.. .. Chief of Staff the Army, Navy and Air Force, including re- The Medal for Humane Action, authorizedfor
Fleet Air Wing Eleven serve components, may transfer from one of Air Force personnel who participated in
Capt George C. Montgomery Commander the armed services to another, as authorized the Berlin Airlift for at least 120 days between

Comdr. Charles Robertson ... ___...___________ Chief Staff Officer under Public Law 779, 81st Congress, have June 26, 1948 and September, 1949, will be
Naval been announced by the Department of De- available for distribution about November 15.
Hospital fense. Effective immediately, officers desiring AF personnel eligible should apply in writing
Capt Dwight J. Wharton.__._ Commanding Officer
to transfer from their to another through channels of the .
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer own serv- Awards Branch, Of
ice, may .submit a letter of request through lice USAF Director of Personnel, USAF Headquarters -
NARTU customary command channels to the person- Washington, D. C.
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp..___ ..Commanding Officer nel office of their own service. '

Headquarters of the parent department will The President has approved the report of '
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration
then publish appropriate transfer orders on Navy Selection Board, which recommended
building. Phone extension 8184. those persons whose requests have been ap- 346 line officers for promotion to the rank of

Editor-Andrew IL Planey proved by both the permanent and requested captain, the largest group ever recommended "..
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JO3. departments. Requests not approved will be by a Selection Board for such promotion.
The JAX AIR NEWS u published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station returned, by appropriate indorsement, .
Jacksonville Florida I and piloted commercially 1 with non-appropriated fund
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev. through channels, to the person who made the The Navy has opened the annual competition
Nov 1943. Copies are distributed free ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the basic request. for the Naval Reserve Officers' Training
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil I Field and
the Army officers address their transfer re- Corps. Male high school graduates and seniorsare .
VheSrViJI: \ NEWS Is a memoer of the Armed Foivet Press Service. Reproduction quests to The Adjutant General U, S. Army, eligible for the program, which gives a
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republicatlcnot Attention: AGPA-OT, Washington 25, D. C.; full four-year college education Government .
oth r matter, except by service publications Is prohibited without permission Navy officers to Chief of Naval PersonneL expense.
Ot Editor JAX AIR NEWS. -
Washington 25, D. C.; and Air Force officersto
Headauarters.. U. S. Air Force.. Deputy For one month-between Nov. 15 and Dee.
Chief of Staff for Personnel Attention: Director -the National Basketball Association will ...
of Military Personnel AFPMP-I-R, Wash conduct basketball clinics and exhibitions for ..
F" ington 25, D. C. troops stationed in the First. Second, Third
a a S and Fifth Armies and the Military District of

tp r"x The Army has devised a point system to Washington. The clinics held, in which NBA
determine which enlisted reservists on active teams play, will be conducted at the requestof
dutyfrwill be sent overseas, and the.order of Army commanders. They will include instructions -
call to future active duty Under the "service in fundamentals of play, coaching
credit" system one credit will be given an en- techniques, and officiating. *
s ,, sr listed reservist for each year of his age over *
20; one for each year of Reserve service; two Lackland AFB, Tex., aircraft flew 15,799
for each combat award received; four for each hours during the past year without an accident .
year of active Federal service; four for each Lackland's Air Force Indoctrination ;
year of overseas service, and eight for each Wing was rated fifth among all USAF instal-
4 at 3er dependent. Those with the lowest point scores lations for flight safety during the first quarter -
within desired MO's will be chosen first for of 1950.
building the framework, whlrh .

fDee- nd wan completed. on Thurs. ".. -

All day long Friday Toole and

Pfc William Fiore draped the

structure with bunting, while the
% I WincjTafk Notes
'. PIO was making deals with true

from local florists and informing the

L ( newspapers of what a beautiful

__ float we were gcing to have. All .
j this time Johnny Dowell was one
'step behind the PIO gathering up .
I hands of NARTU had cause UN Day float There tdema Were I the material that xvns prom I I"t'd.

REHEARSE VARIETY SHOW LINES-Sharing the master-of- to feel proud of themselves and presented to the Oaptaia ami ,' Friday night the real work
ceremonies chores in the station I their organization if they had the j I started. The metalsmiths covered
coming Variety Show, Lcdr. Paul he decided on the one to build.
George, left, of Operations and Lt. Frank Cofhlan-of NARTU, go opportunity to see the reception I the bell with chicken wire and the
I Now the reel work was to start. !
tedious task of
that the Unit's float received in i placing 100
their in
over script preparation for the performance. Top acts of
all kinds of entertainment, featuring station talent, will be pre- the Armistice Day Parade. The First, a call to the NAS transportation J bunches of Pom Pom Chrysanthemum
sented from the stage of NATTC auditorium December 6.h I float was described as the most department to borrow a flat on the bell began. The
u_ outstanding entry in the paradeby men who labored long and well on
bed trailer. Next, a call to the
reviewers from the press and the bell were: Donald Lyons AMI, .
NARTU FLOAT WINS Junior Chamber of Commerce to
many witnesses declared it was Cpl. Eugene McElhaney and Rob-
see if the unit could keep the Freedom -
LOUD LAUDATIONThe the most beautiful float ever displayed ert Proctor AD3.
Bell for two more weeks. Now
t | in the city of Jacksonville AMien they were finished the 1-
Armistice Day parade I{ the real diplomatic work: could
float sponsored by the Jackson- The Public Information Office the veterans' organizations get us amateur florists began. They
ville Naval Air Reserve Unit ''staff is proud to have had a partin i i enough flowers donated to cover were, in addition to Lyons and
won praise from parade officials planning and building the exhibit the bell and could they get us the :McKlhaney; Toole Jack Pi\a. .
and specators alike as the most I but many other members of University's Queen and her courtto Flore, and the PIO and his wife.
neatly decorated and most sym- I NARTU and the Marine Air Detachment ride on the float These requests Thin work wa completed at
bolic of the entire parade.In I also had a hand in, and were discussed several 2(00 Friday night and the fl iwt
Thursday, November 16 fact, some observers have are entitled to share in the credit. times over the telephone and set was I1nl\hl.

1930 Singing wheels Hub, gone so far as terming the Just to give you an idea of the at a meeting that lasted until That is, it was finished all except -
transportation to rink NARTU float as one of the work involved in preparing a float I midnight one Monday night. for getting it downtown and
2000 Square dancing:, Pop most beautiful ever to appearin such as this one, here is its his The Supply Department enteredthe through the city with the Queenson
Tredinnick, well known caller and Jacksonville.The tory: picture: more materials' were it. Arrangements had been
teacher, also polkas. float included an eight- It all started in a conference in needed, new bunting to drape the made for the Duval County Pa-
Friday, November foot replica of the Liberty Bell Lt CoL Payne's office on Novem- I float chicken wire to wrap the trol to meet it at the NAS main ..
Game night, bunco and table flanked by a mixed Navy and ber 3rd, when three representatives bell, paper streamers of the colors gate at 0745 Saturday morning.
games, informal dancing. Marine color guard. The centerof of local veteran's organiza- of Florida and Georgia Universities Driver Jim Long had it there on
Saturday, November 18 the float was occupied by six tions invited NARTU and the tacks, pins, and many other time. When it arrived in town it
Open house, ping pong and shuffleboard Florida beauties, with Univer- MAirD to enter a float in the things required to build a float of was met by the color guard that
,r. ; 1330-Navy and Columbia sity of Florida's campus queen, parade. At that time the veter- this size. consisted of T/Sgt Andrew Gill,
game on TV; 200--Sat night Pat Hart, seated on a raised ans requested that we duplicatethe On Wednemlay morning the I S/Sgt Wilber Jackson, Cpl. Cecil
Sizer, Fred AM3 and Julian
I throne "Freedom Bell" float that we Tripp,
dance_ 7-piece orchestra. fiat bed trailer was delivered.
-x- had displayed in the United Na- I Fry, SN.
Sunday, November 19 Wednesday afternpn we were -
:: I tions Day parade.A that It wa the In the meantime, the PIO assisted -
1000/ to l20a..Java( hour; 1800- Group Conducting wrongone
buffet supper: 1930( -around the second conference between and another one WM went I by Toole, had the pleasanttask
piano with Seymour Toole, AFI, and the over to replace the first one. of meeting the Queen and
Mary playing your Material InspectionA her court of five beauties at the '
favorite tunes. I PIO brought out three Improvements Wednesday afternoon George .
f' that could be made the Johnson DCS to George Washington Hotel and
semi-annual material Inspec- on was able start
Monday, .November SO j ____H_ and drh'lngthem to the float.
tion of the Naval Air Station, r
: 1930--Bowling Club In the club
.. ; Once it got under way it seemed ]
which began yesterday.and con-
TV and informal dancing.
like the that
job was over, except
tinues today, is being conducted by
: Tuesday, November 21 I Toole had to run along side taking 'A
Naval Air Bases
the Commander ,
2030 to 2130-Dance class, easy I pictures and the PIO had to beat
7 iI' to learn steps, professional instructions Sixth Naval District. his way through the crowd to
't, one hour, one dollar. I The inspecting group, headed I meet the Captain at the reviewingstand.
Wednesday, November 23 by Capt. Robert Q. Quackenbush, W .
<. commanding officer of NAS Key
2000 Ping. pong exhibition, Next day, you must tear things
West, included officers from the s
{ Frank Puskas, ping-pong champion a
Com-Six, Key West, Com-Nab-Six, down and return what Is borrowed.
,..' of Europe. eta Then there are'many letters to
NAF Glynco, Ga. and Cecil Field. T S 55r
-- Each department and division of 3 write to those who furnished

the station is being given a close -*": y l ra things for the float, clipping the
DIVINE Inspection during the group's tour p stories and pictures out of the
: -x- papers, etc. But in all, the Cap-
Perfected tain was able to feel proud on I.

I;. ate E EI!!!I C E a1 New For Underwater Camera Use i -- :. was the reviewing Judged the stand best when and his all entry who '

Washington AFPS) A new had a hand In It know that it
AT CHAPELS underwater motion picture camera i I : was a a Job "Well Done" .

Protestant for use by Navy diverr was i

,, '. 0930-Services. All Saints' Cha- demonstrated here recently, Ffanncnstiels Take Over
School Developed at the Anacostia Naval isdfPJ
Sunday )
i 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Photographic Center here, Hays, Kas. AFPS) Maybe ..
; .': 1045 All Saints ChapeL the new camera weighs 102 you never heard of anyone named
pounds out of water, but becomes "Pfannenstiel" or even "Leiker,"
t'' Catholic I almost weightless below the sur I but in Hays these two family
(, 0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL face.Detachable KOREAN OIL REFINERY-After 40 U, S. planes pin-pointed names outnumber the Smiths and
t' 0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Cate- wings and a verti- 327.5 tons of bombs on the Chosen Oil Refinery at Wonsan in Jones. The new Hays telephone S
: chism Class). 'I cal rudder help stabilize the camera North Korea, it was a shambles, as shown by the photo above. book lists forty-one Leikers and .- "
1030-:Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL under water. A diver can take Before the U. S. planes struck, it had a capacity of a million anda thirty-eight Pfannenstiels. Thereare
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL I it down 200 feet. half barrels of crude oil per year. nine Smiths; three Joneses.r .


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16 November 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three<<


, Carson HonoredFor Woman Gets

Forty Years High Defense

.*t> Naval Service Dept. PostMrs. ,

r Forty years of continuous ser-
vice with the Navy won John W. Anna M. Rosenberg, New
Carson, assistant Industrial Re- York labor and public relations ,43 lII lloquum, Wash (AFPS-Fred '

lations officer, a warm letter of consultant, has been chosen to be All Miller day decided long he to go deer hunting.
<< congratulations from Secretary of tramped through
the Navy Francis P. Mathews, assistant Secretary of Defense, it the woods in search of the elusive ,t
plus a special service award pin has been announced. game. When he arrived home, he '

I'awarded by the Navy Department.: Recommended for the post by found his wife sitting beside a
Carson was presented the ser- yr I 100-pound, two-point buck. She s
George C. Marshall of
it when it
into her
vice pin by Capt. Douglas T. Day, Defense, Mrs. Rosenberg succeeds
NAS commanding officer, at a
brief ceremony last Friday. Paul Griffith, a former comman- ,. .,, ... 'S -x- x

Carson enlisted as seaman apprentice der of the American Legion, whose Fairbault, Minn. (AFPS) A
in September 1910, re- resignation was submitted in September local newspaper printed the following
\ : advertisement: "Wanted '

I Mrs. Rosenberg is a public member s SQ to Rent-Six-year-old boy desires '(

I of the committee on mobilization I four-room apartment. Has no chile

: policy of the National Security .. AFPS dren or pets, just parents "
I -- --- -- -xRichmond -
Resources Board and a special -
... I consultant 'on manpower problems EYES IN THE NIGHT-Night-seeing devices, developed during Calif. (AFPS-The
to W. Stuart Symington, World War II have undergone constant Improvement at the Engineer purring of his engine made Cicero .,
chairman of the NSR Board. Research and Development Laboratories, Fort Belvoir Va. Wilkerson quite happy. But soon
I The new assistant Secretary of The sniper-scopeuses an incandescent light with a filter that allows the purr changed to an undescrib- .

I Defense, who has been handed one only invisible infra-red rays to be emitted. Reflections from these able racket. Upon lifting the hood,
r of the highest cabinet posts givena rays are picked up by a device that transforms them into actual he found a cat and three kittens

% .: woman, will specialize in man- images. The sniper-scope can be connected to a rifle, or used independently hopping on the hot engine block. "_,

r power and personnel policies, it is -x- :

I,pointed out. I: Los Angeles (AFPS-Herschel)

Since 1935 Mrs. Rosenberg has I Facsimile Printing Seen Green reported to police that a
... ve" served in a number of government man jumped into his car, held a
1 Mb cn..ww ''positions. She has been a regional I gun against his ribs and ordered
director of the National Recovery As Boon To Armed Forces "Drive on and act natural. Aftera

Administration, regional directorof long night of driving, the gun.
the Social Security Administration Facsimile, more commonly known as fax, the process of transmit- man asked to be let out. "A woman
...... and regional director of the ting newspapers and other printed information by radio or wire, may did me wrong. I just had to

John W. Carson War Manpower Commission. soon become of outstanding importance from both a military and cool off," was the explanationx .
-xJoe's -
maining on active duty with the civilian standpoint. Weston
Ont (AFPS-Two policemen
Navy until 1931 when he transferred Transmissions have already been I who gallantly pushedtwo
to the Fleet Reserve as Not Ready made on an experimental basis in teen-aged girls in a stalledcar
Chief Yeoman. At the same time New York, Philadelphia and other Ladies Auxiliary for nearly a mile decided as
he entered! the ranks of Civil Ser- To Check Out large cities. The University of
matter of ask
; a course to for a
vice at the Chailesion Navy Yard. ,Missouri school of journalism pub- Makes Plans For I driver's license, got suspiciouswhen

He arrived at NAS Jacksonvillein [ But He Checks In lishes Missouri Fax, a regular neither girl had one, checked
19 iO, among the first to report facslmilie newspaper.The Xmas ProgramPlans I up and found that the car was
here and saw the station commis! process can also be of great stolen.

.. sioned. As top civilian in the Industrial : Los Angeles (AFPS) Joseph help in time of war or emergency, for its Christmas programwere I -xNorthampton -
... Relations Department, I Schwartz, 34, was late for his I as X-ray facsimiles may be trans- outlined by Unit 91, Ladies I Maas- AFPS
Carson has the responsibility in own funeral.He mitted, enabling expert radiolo- Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve Association ( ) -

the present emergency of seeing received a cashier's check gists far from the scene of an ac- at a meeting Monday at As ODonnell a friendly gesture advertise Francis
bought a
that station manpower require- for 54635. A note with it ex- cident or war operation to make the Cumberland Road Community :
ment in the ball
ments are met.Korean. Center. I II pro.
plained that the money had been quick diagnosis.The gram. Later he dropped in at' local
withdrawn from his savings account service has already been of Food and clothing, which will be police headquarters to pay for
Death to cover the "funeral ex- value to the ships at sea, Coast I collected for needy families, will the ad he had ordered. When, he
penses of Joseph Schwartz." Guard, Air Force, Weather Bu- be brought to the December meet I I came out he found a parking/ ticket

Bewildered and a bit shaky, reau, and commercial airlines. ings of the club. Any one wishing on his car.Kansas .
Rate Lowest Schwartz went to the bank. Red. Seventy National Guard units to give food or clothing can contact I I II -
are installing fax systems, and the Mrs. Thelma Fannin, 4652 I I
faced clerks said that the check
I City )
4 must have been drawn to Air Force has set up an experi- I Alpha St. or call Mrs. Harvey -
. When their "hot rod" car turneda
In the expenses of a different Jos- mental network. Army ground Miller. Arrangements will be I brothers
HistoryNew corner, two young tum-
made for collections and :
eph Schwartz-no doubt! when forces regular can use teletype it for communication messages- I points announced later. collecting I bled out and were injured. It was

York (AFPS-The mor- all because, police said the dri.
is disrupted.Fax There will be the usual business i
tality rate among U. S. troops in "MYSTERY PLANT" SEEN be used ver, Wayne Ward, Jr., had strip. !_
action in Korea is the lowest in AS URANIUM FURNACE may day ex- meeting December 11 and asocial I ped down the vehicle too much.
tensively to deliver daily newspapers meeting December 18, which
the history of the country's com- I The car was unsafe because it
Washington (AFPS-U. S. becoming as common in will feature a covered dish
bat forces. Dr. Richard L. Meilmg had no body, no lights no floorboards ;
scientists believe the mysterious homes as radios and televisionsets Members of Unit 91 have been :
Defense Department Director of no rear fenders. The only
Medical Services, recently told factory found by UN troops are at present.-AFPS), I invited to meet with Branch 91 at I seat cushion was not fastened to \
near Hungnam, North Korea -------- -
the Greater New York Hospital -- the DAY hall, November 22 at the frame. iTi
Association in a speech. was a plant for processing Peashooter, Deans 2000. A Chinese auction will beheld I V

1-- The mortality rate in World uranium ore. Can Cause December 11. ',IIII'I.M!" 'i'iJ.
Troops the TroubleSan
War II, at the lowest point, from strange building came, which upon was Following new members were r
the time wounded received initiated into the Mrs.
a man surrounded by a triple fence Jose, Calif. (AFPS-For :
his tag, was 2.7 several Charlotte Wood Mrs. Dorothy
emergency per and, layers of barbed together weeks a 15-year-old boy
cent, Dr. Meiling said. In the Ko- with a high voltage- armed with a 10-inch peashooterand Hale, Mrs. Mary Lee Dickinsonand
rean operation, the rate for a electric barrier. 'a pocketful of navy beans Mrs. Anne G. Clark.

corresponding period, is "just a Inside was machinery shaped created as much consternation as
little above 1 per cent," he add- Jesse James. I,
like bottles
huge square pro-
Looking For Treasure?
The Southern Pacific Railroad
ed.Dr. tected by layers of sandbags,
Meiling described how and bearing operating instruc- had been complaining to local au- Here's "Gold" Areas :
whole blood has been flown to
tions in Russian and Korean thorities here that its trains had
the Far East on regular schedule, been peppered by an unknown
under the Defense DepartmentBlood Interested in sunken treasure J.

... Program, administered by I uranium Government processing scientist plant said could a gunman.Police investigated and apprehended I Anybody ever try to sell you a J.i
the Red Cross. I the youngster. lie innocently treasure map with "X" markingthe
not produce atomic explosives,
blood he explained spot were millions in gold
"Whole I explained that he liked to
but could merely provide
"must be used within 21 days one shoot at the whirring wheels but bullion went to the bottom in a a w
after it is taken from the donor. I step in of the materials.complicated proc- sometimes he missed and hit the I Spanish galleon? Well, be cau-
The blood program has worked essing windows. I tious. Even those fabulous yarns
about the millions lost by Black- ,
unit of
so efficiently that not one -
I .
bead and Jean Lafitte contain -
this whole blood was lost duringthe a
month of September by being lot of hockum. I OUT SHE COMESRejoinIng i
outdated." I Here's a partial listing of the active fleet after a six-''

x known treasures and how much months period in the Reserve "
I has been recovered: Fleet, the heavy cruiser USS \1

Up To Ears In Soap! Viga Bay, Spain: $150 million; Macon, was recently re-com ,
missioned at the
20 million recovered sunk in 70 :
r There's a quaint, old-fashioned I Yard. Height of the reactivation
feet of water a couple of cen- .
r flavor about the story of the couple turies ceremony is hoisting; .f.
J who furnished a 12 room the colors shown above as the
Long Cay, Fla.: $65 million! ;
'. house with premiums redeemed! ship's crew and guests stand at
from soap coupons. They showed Sn $1.5 1715.million recovered; sunk in attention. .
---- ---- --
a friend abound, proudly commenting ,
on how many coupons East River, N. Y.: $4 million;
each chair table or carpet had few coins recovered; sunk in

"cost. 1870. DON'T :MISS' .
At the end of the tour the vIsItor Off Lewes, Del.: $15 million! ;
said, "But you've shown me few coins recovered; sunk in
only five of the 12 rooms. What 1888.AFPS).
about the other seven?" The Washo Show
shrugged the
"Oh those
;, householder.. "That's' where we Navy Plans School

keep the soap.-AFPS). For Torpedomen
-x- From
- Air Force Proud Newport. R. I. (AKl'S)-First
classes were scheduled to convene NATTC Auditorium '.:;
OI Flying Saucer t Nov. 6 in the newly established

Johnson Air Force Base, Japan Class A school here for training
(AFPSThe U. S. Air Force naval personnel in the torpedo- .
--\ man's mate rating. 2000 Dec. 6WNAVWNAVTV
has a Flying Saucer operating -,, .. .. _._ .. .r
--- -- -
. from this base, the public Infor- The period of instruction is 16
mation office recently revealed. WORDS OF PRECAUTION Two new impressive signs, weeks, with 30 new students com-
Johnson Base personnel are erected at strategic points, have sprung up at NAS to make NAS mencing training every four
quite proud of their Flying Saucer personnel safety conscious. With posters supplied by the National weeks. Twenty men come from J!
T/Sgt. Abner Saucer, Jr., Safety Council, the billboards can be seen at the corner of Mustin recruit training centers with the
of the 13th Bomb Squadron. and Yorktown and in front of the Civilian Cafeteria. remaining 10 from the fleet.




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II "n' '',....

o Salvage Of Wrecked Jet I / '

SALTY HUMOR FROM I Turns Into Achievement

What just meant to bea
extent that the horizontal and vel"'otical
drunk, staring into the mir- routine salvage operation, I stabilizers elevators and rudder

ror and noting his bloodshoteyes turned out to be a "first" in were removed and then the .

resolved never to go to a aviation achievement when tail section and engine were also .,. .
bar again.. removed. The
wings had been
"This television" he muttered, Navy personnel from NAS previously removed when the air- _
is ruining my eyes." Jax and Marine personnel craft was recovered. All weight

from Cherry Point, N. C. which could be removed was taken
Three men- fell overboard. The combined their efforts in out of the nose:

captain yelled to me: "When they overcoming technical obsta- C C *
come up grab them by the hair
was con
cles of transportnig wrecked
and pull them into the boat. a atructed' to the
same dimension
Two of them came up and I jet fighter by air from as the inside of tho R4Q's cargo

grabbed them by the hair and Nassau, Bahamas to Norfolk, space. By using the wooden frame
pulled them into the boat. Then for measuring purposes and a -
the third man came up and he Va.When I chain fall connected to the' aircraft
baldheaded I I It was requested that
was so pushed NAS Jacksonville to hold it in various positions to
conduct salvage
him under and told him to come determine' the angle which would
and assume' custody of.a Navy -
like he should.
up ------ permit the fuselage to enter the
j FPF which crashed near Oakes e
I SOLVING A TRANSPORT PROBLEM-Crewmen are shown Fields, Nassau ChMach Henry I cargo space of the R4Q, it finally
Cop: (to man driving past a loading a fuselage of a wrecked F9F at Oakes Field Nassau aboarda Smalling, station salvage officer was determined' that an angle of

Stop "sign): "Hey, can't yqu II K4() Packet as it was transported by air to Norfolk Va. With a station legal representative, I 1 approximately 42 degrees' was necessary
read? borrowed and improvised equipment, plus a few new ideas andconsiderable Lcdr. August Elliott, ComFalrJax to permit the aircraft t#
Motorist' : "Sure, I can, but Itan't be> loaded aboard.1
NAS and from Cherry liaison
manpower, personnel personnel lepresentative and a salvage -
stop. II Point, N. C., succeeded in accomplishing: their mission. crew were flown to Nassau. Even this left less than an inch '
.. ._ V e I clearance on either' side. A wooden -
An elderly woman strolled I cradle which would hold the
Calmly out into the street aftera OK suitable aircraft at the
desired angle was
Crossword Puzzle equipment, the FPF
was recovered
cop had flagged her to stay on I and constructed and then lashed to the
the sidewalk "Lady," he roared, To transported the to Oakes Field. plane. With borrowed and.improvised .. ...
transport plane to Norfolk ..
"don't know what it ,
you means ACROSS If S It 7. 9 10 II was the problem Lt. James equipment, which included
when I hold up my hand?" ltlnct bird4mall Todd of an Army 10-wheel truck (all tires
"I ought to," she snapped. "For valley Ei "6 /If Operations and Chief :Machinist flat), and considerable\ manpower .
y-t'ppcrmost Smalling made the flightto
the last 25 I've been the
years a part12girl's Cherry Point and following Inspection aircraft fuselage was loaded
school teacher." name "T aboard the .
'5 I. f "a of R4Q The whigs
J 3Lubricated14Reverence an R4Q (troop carrier -
and odds and ends'
were picked up
A sailor from up north returned IS-Esteem: '9 /Q / II ) Fairchild Packet, completed later by another R4Q.
home on his first week-end lib 17-l'eseagewa3's jI"/ 1 arrangements with the squadron
-l'hemlcal>> 17 U commander of VMF-252 for a
erty. 2JI lS r'//
lZ a
compound : I
"The Southern is t'// plane to be furnished for transporting -
slow drawl 2l-Sesame New Noise Meter
tight up my alley; ," he reported U-Jarrlng blow 1rf }Q "i'I I'l'/ i3 ) the plane to Norfolk. .
24-Kn'k 'l'V I With arrangements made, Com- .
with delight "You ask a Jacksonville -
6-lJull-like bIrd Tells You Wherer
girl to kiss you and, before ''I I-OerIU8 of geess. 3'f 'l/I Sf. 37 36 0 39 George E. Chalmers Operations -
31- mall ruff YO/o officer, along with a salvagecrew
she can no, it's too late.
say 33-tlrown. kiwi 4" '4'f, z 't' / 'H 'is and others flew to Nassauto To Locate NoiseFort
34Exist.35Fabulous ) I carry out the
r//.I operation
Two "boots" walked carry-I
by 'It 'i1 / 'IB39Note '/II ISQ The F8F was dismantled to the Monmouth, N J. (AFPS)
ing a third boot on a of scale. V'l'/ .--- -A new "noise meter" that can ..' -..
"What happened to him?" asked I 4O-<'onductfd
measure the interference which
Sf VSj sy !
a bystander."Aw I 42Nod14Attempt : CPO ExamsTo refrigerators and other devices

he just came off messcook t4-Let It stand 11'. S7 'lSf f40 cause in communications appara-
detail""Yeah i-anc.> step 'l/ tus has been developed by the

But" that's not the way teHoatelrles61Part oft circle :i: 2u3 U 'f Be Held Signal Corps Engineering Labor-
to sick-bay.! : W.nds atories here.
"Sick-bay, nothing, he's goingon nu'd,5 bD ii1SSAmencJ
fire watch." I June 51 The Army buys refrigerators,
oil burners vacuum cleaners and
\l-&x1 w..a sw__r. other
labor devices which
Aerogra pher's mate: A sailor U-LoC'k. truly saving .
who can look into a girl's eyes 4-FI.b eggs black S-Broad.r U-Prlso 45-11"'ucell Washington (AFI'S) Promo also are potentially capable of interrupting
and tell whether. 6&-Thlck.substance I-M.n'nickname S-1-A'"lult tr.-'ushlon 47-l'renJ:: three tion to chief petty officer, acting communications systems -

1I1- lor.n -Meadow 17-8t11 or type U-4--IIPlrln pren8 appointment of qualified and eligible .
17-Muslc: u I-Pre".re for -Mt'laJ fasteners addition first class officers I The new meter will show be-
"She told md, a woman com- 4-Tn petty on
print $3--Plifer, 66--Occupled chair the current waiting list has been fore installation whether a given
plained to a friend, "that you told DOWN tIllrh.r I2-Small birdPerlod 01 time
device will interfere with
her the secret I told you not to i 1-DefsM 13-B. In debt -1'0111"m. r.1-<"oMhl1atlon authorized by the Bureau of Na- ,I communications
tell her." i q.) val Personnel.A I equipment. It also
I 16-Showy flower .._ :so-Ocean can be used to locate faults in au
"Well, replied her friend in total of 252 POls I r
I-Heanlel II-Poe8 for ,l lmltlsl1 U-F'renl'b are affected tomotive electrical .
a hurt tone. "I told her not to tell beings portrait r4Cls.sify beloved conlunctioa15E by the promotion authority systems.x
you I told her." sheep =tett4 contained in BuPers Circ. Ltr. I -

"Oh, dear," sighed the first wo- (Answer on Page 8)) 168-50 (NDB, 31 Oct. 1950)). Jax Gun Club Slates -
man. "Well, don't tell her I told | At the same time, BuPers an- ..
--------- --
; you that she: told me". nounced that present plans call Shoot Nov. i 19
How Can You Tell When Your Husband's Getting OldA for conducting CPO examinationssome Turkey

"Whboppee!" cried the drunkas syndicated woman columnist time before June 30, 1951 The Jacksonville Gun Club will
he crashed into the gas sta- in a recent word to her female, era have shrunk last year's suit This reverses a previous an- I sponsor a turkey shoot Sunday
tion: "I've struck oil!" readers, offered the following tipson when he discovers it doesn't hangas nouncement which indicated thatno November 19 beginning: at 1330 at .; "

how to tell when a husband comfortably loose as it did last CPO competitive exams wouldbe Its home grounds on North Main
It's 50-50-women have their is getting old: year held during the fiscal year I Street, Just south of Imenon Airport
beauty secrets and men have "lie keeps talking about having 1951. fence. All service personnelare ,
their secret beauties. "He suddenly starts picking out to take more exercise but doesn'tdo First class petty officers affected invited to participate.
the brightest neckties he can findor anything about it. by the promotional authorityare Large turkeys will be awardedto
"Lesh go home now." switches to bow ties. "He moves the line marked those who successfully]] passedthe the winmis tinder<< the Lewis
'"Naw I'm afraid to go home- "lie starts getting his hair clip middle-aged up 10 years." Navy-wide competitive exam- Class system' of handicapping, of
", ife'Jl shmell m' breath." ped closer especially over the These are only a few of her I inations on Dec 1, 1949, and a 50-round skeet' shoot. Turkeys
\' "Hol' your breath." temples."He ideas on the subject-but 'ruff placed on the waiting list. will also be awarded under the
i ""Can't. Sh'too strong? complains about how little said.-(AFPS). The promotions may be made /same system to the winners<< In a50round
the bright young men coming into by commanding officers not earl- trap shoot .. "

I Garters, brassieres and highwaymen his business know and how Joe's Got A Friend ier than Dec. 16, 1950, or later. Service personnel bringing their
all do the same thing, much they think they know. than Feb. 28, 1951. own ammunition may participate
i' only at different places. "lie complains that the clean- Toronto (.U'PS-An anony- -xThe In either the skeet .fhoot or the
-- mous donor sent a dollar to the youngest regular coin stillin trap shoot, upon payment of a
1t sports department of the Toronto use in the U. S. is the nickel $2.00 trophy fee. If participationIn
(.lobe-and Mail He explained thatit authorized by Congress in 1B66 both is desired' the fee is $4.00.

I was to start a fund to help says the National Geographic Society Popular brands of ammunition ran
I Joe Louis pay his income tax. .be bought at the gun club.
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sceet 'you .ri' MV P6 VIe4 MOW t'O..NOW YOU I GOWT sews t s0T TNi ,
MA. iweeQ'.D, It 4e took 1 CAN r*C6 T"g AN Y rapuw.. pia sacs _
y CAR IN Twa MRAit/, .e'cs t "AD T 6 Iun1+sLF
% rRON YOU A N'T ANY NSW 5005$ wT Y4
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1 16 November 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Flee

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I'V'. Hydrographic Survey Nearing
I. '
SUPPLY ". ; 4c I
.(,:,; i

L.__ ,<:.,' Completion At frlayport Basin

', "
:,;. i
The enlisted personnel of S-3
; ,
k and S-4 Divisions (Supply & Navy :; I A hydrographic survey,

Exchange), ere completing preparations .: conducted at Mayport by the surveyed Meanwhile by Bail-Horton runways are Associated being-

for .their dinner and dance I Army Engineers, preliminaryto Fort Myers architect eng"neering
at the
Florida to be held Gun tomrrow& Tackle night Club, which : dredging the turning basin firm doing the design
work of the $1,600,000 carrier
*'. j channeMo suffi-
and depth
was also the locale for a similar a berthing project. The entire construction -
outing last April. cient to accommodate the will require about two

Chief Albee, heading the committee Navy's largest) type aircraft"carriers years to complete, the Navy

of party planners, advised will be completed states.
that the "beer will be tapped at
The total investment of the
even, and dinner (buffet style' ) this week.
I of 20 feet Navy in this area runs to mil-
will be served at seven-thirty. Probing a depth
lions of dollars and completionof
Dancing will immediately follow below mean low-water showed
the project will establish -
the dinner and will continue until mud covering a layer of sand and of the
Jacksonville as one
midnight." At this writing, more shell. Borings are now being naval
and most important
made to 50 feet below mean wa- largest
than 40 couples have signified that t either coast. The
't air stations on
they will be in attendance. rK ; ter to determine the foundation
material that will be dredged. + project has been contemplated by
l\U1..tonM.-Born: to Ned and i
$ the Navy ever.since the commis-
Both channel and turning basin
Maxine Parks (she of Planning) t- sioning of the Naval Air Stationin
10 feet. The
their second baby girl. At St.Luke's will be deepened by
Hospital last Sunday. channel also will be widened to -y-

Weight: 7 lbs name Ronda Ellen 500 feet.Specifications, _
Wedding: Charles Brad- for the dredging Three Depts.Commended
shaw AKAN (Enlisted Personnel: job are being drawn up by .

Office), to the "girl ba' home", the Public Works department,
.. in Tallahassee this wvek-end Saturday j Sixth Naval District Charles-
the 18th. Eight or nine of ton S. C. Bids on the project
3,, x should be in hand by the first!
his Supply buddies expect to make I s Capt. H. P. Knickerbocker Assistant
the trip to Tally to witness the of the year, Comdr. Eugene: of Industrial Manager, Sixth:

ceremonies Died: George Peltier offtcer-in-charge Naval District, has bestowed a

... Clark, Quarterman laborer, super construction- asserted- typical Navy "well done" on three
'', ... visor of the Bulk Fuel Terminal -' ," '''- J departments of the Naval Air Star
at Trout River of a heart attack : :. t, Lion

last Saturday night, after a brief I ,. The three departments wcr*
Illness. ', ,I \ NsoWe I commended in letters directed to
Although some of the candidates :_..,,".. '''' ---,- ... ". .' c the Office of Industrial Relations
for the forthcoming Variety Show D. C. the Regional
BEGIN MAYPORT SURVEY-Army engineers making a hydrographic Washington, ;
have already been picked (among of the l\layport basin are shown taking soundings Director, Fifth Civil Service" Region
others Supply's Dot Houghton to survey and the commanding officer
to determine the nature of material excavated before construction 'I
sing in a mixed quartet), some The NAS Jax.Meriting.
of the large carrier base can get underway. survey .
still Knickerbock
auditions being
special are Captain
end of this week.
will be completed by .
ht'llt.o'lnaI decisions will not be er's commendation were the Supply
made or published: until next -- are sorry to report the deathof and Fiscal Department for
week when rehearsals will beginIn Dock ,"performing many accounting
Mammoth Navy Floating Dry George Clark, former Quarterman -
earnest. Laborer of Public Works who functions" for the district; the In-
dustrial Relations Department, foe!
passed away over the weekend :Mr.
Miscellany\ Betty Hardy, I Clark transferred from Public prompt service in "locating qualified

... '(Household Effects), spends :Monday Cove II Works to Supply in October 1949, I personnel and getting posi-
h. nights attending a class in Towed From Green SpringsI and has been working at the Fuel tions filled quickly and by the

furniture making and her spare Terminal Miss Edith Wewer right persons;" and the Area
time putting into practice what I I is still on sick leave. Wage *ad Classification Office for
she is learning. Betty has already With precision-like maneuvering, an 18,000-ton capacity Navy its cooperation, advice information
Lcdr. Edward R. Foster Jr., as-
made several pieces which are in through the and classification service giwen .
in the world was inched
dry dock, one of the largest sistant Public Works officer is on "
use in her home and is currentlyat to this activity.
Acosta Monday without even scraping her paint as she was
Bridge 10 days leave. He left Tuesdayfor
of end tables
work on a pair Captain Knickerbocker f"xpt'CUl8O
Naval Base to Gibbs Shipyard in town Nawth
towed from Green Cove Springs that little up
Herman Gaul expects to move to be detached from his present
into his new home in Riverside Jacksonville. called New York and said he was duty and retired from active
------ taking his long undies with him.
'lIhortly. Fitzhug Easterlyand naval service.
Frank Hallman rode with the Although the bridge opening i 11'1' headway the athwart ship tug We understand that the Empire

VFW in the Armistice Day pa- wide enough to accommodate the would move either ahead or State building which is in New First Genuine Foxhole
which York is about as tall as the Barnett -
rade last Saturday.The 124-foot beam of the dock the astern depending upon
blueprint for this year's de- because side the dock's bow had to be National Bank building here. Fairbanks!, Alaska (AFPS) _
difficult one
was a
partment Christmas Party will be I the channel takes a bend through moved,* i' M What may be the first genuine
drafted right after the Thanksgiving A factor in favor of the project t DID YOU :NOTICE "HIWIl foxhole ever dug by U. S. troopswas
& week-end. Another trophy I the bridge and consequently the was the flooding tide which aided Barefield's shirt last week. It was recorded here recently

will be awarded this year for the 'navigable area of the channel" i* the tugs in maintaining a taut corduroy and so loud he had to Troops on maneuvers" dui; a 30

section or unit with the best holi- somewhat decreased. strain on the dock aa they guided I shout to be heard Alyce Tay- foot hole. A fox fell into it.Square .

day display If and when the Three Tugs Work her through the bridge. lor of NAB-6 Public Works says -x-
proposal for this "season's" :Mid- moored While a Navy landing craft patrolled these cold mornings it sure is MealA
day Movies is approved, they will With one Navy tug the bridge entrances to I tough typing with her gloves on. Cohasset, Mass, restaurantman
begin ngaln early in "December.Date athwartship across the dock's bow warn away any small craft that She asked that we print this in John Carzis, has come up
time and place will be an- to provide steerage a second tug might hamper operations the Navy I the event any mistakes are made with his version of the origin of

nounced in Sidelights Prediction was alongside and a third tug was tugs inched their mammoth i in her correspondence during the the (expression of a "square ineaL"
: "All About Eve--that directly ahead of the dock applying -I charge through in a matter of seven winter season, About 150 food wa
wonderful movie about the a forward pull. minutes from the time the bow I I I Tom Andreu to Grocer: I would prepared in years ago tins in New
As the immense craft eased like to buy some real nice apples square
way stage-will take the BrOad-I Of the dock had entered the bridge J England, he said and from that
the a decreased for wife Can tell me if
portion of Academy through opening Unlit In S SecUoiw my you custom stems the now popular
1950. It's that good. speed that barely gave her I I these have been sprayed with
Only once during the maneuver expression.
poison T Grocer to Tom: No sir.
wag there any cause for alarm they haven't, yo 'Uhaveto buy
and that occurred near the middle Store.
that at the Drug I
of the bridge when the dock I' .
began to twist to starboard and
threatened to jam against the
umn exists is due to the personnel -
bridge fenders. Alert action by
in this department who live
the tugs saved the dock and the
sufficiently colorful liven
remainder of the WM
passage some of it may be reflected in
danger. this column to the interest of
The dock which is: valued by others. It is the colorful items
the Navy at $5: ,0,000) is built in that we could print but don't because I ro
three sections which are detachable
of libel suits. That grieves i
for easier moving. The center I us-

section of the dock measures If you have any suggestions or i "
124-foot abeam and is the largest, news items to offer don't be bash
single piece of floating drydock in ful. Just write them on a ten
I the world. I dollar bill and send them in. All I }' 1 <

The d n dos k iris bwii I..MMCS! will b<* accepted.Local .

t<, the r.lMx Corporation: and I __ I
when it Iii J'4'amhl..1 and resume -
& P I service the d g a eoiniiM-n-lally +'r-
>, 8 the largest OV
Htftl floating drydiK'k i lirtwwnJtaltimore 'Food For Dogs' Drive

'. and MoMl sj.
.1 I A letter of appreciation from
With complete repair shops. built Winthrop Bancroft, president of
into the hull and quarters for I the Jacksonville Humane Society,
crew and. work men, the dock IH a has been received by the commanding j.
4 self-sufficient unit designed 'ly the officer of the station for
g wy, Navy for service in outlying kisses the cooperation of the Supply De-
On either Hide of the male\ deck of partment in conjunction with the

the dock is mounted n huge gantry recent drive conducted by the So-

crane.A ciety to obtain dog food for use
I still larger dock, c' unpowd of at the Jacksonville city pound.
twelve sections: anJ/ deigned for Two large cartons of dog food
battleships is in an i inactive status were donated by shoppers at the
J I at Green Cove Sirings. Commissary Store aboard the sta-
: I While the inacllv suck is largerin
overall size! than the ow which tion.The drive originated after the

I passed throu hcollta Bridge, Humane Society learned there _..............
none of her t vet' e sections are were no funds available to providesufficient
.. .. broad the enter section of IT FIGURES
--- ----- ---- --- as as food for the impoundeddogs. The movies

KING SIZE KATTLEII-Firemen on duty at the Navy Fuel the dock leaded lo the Gibbs Cor- About a nine-month's sup- have gone pin-up conscious in
poration. ply was obtained\ through the a big lately To the
snakes for line way prove
Terminal on Heckscher: Drive, worried by some _.
--- drive point, may we introduce pret-
decided to do some "smoking out" by burning the brush, and this Average:: height of Japanesemen ty Patrice Wymore of Warner

fcpeciman: held by fireman Frank Carpenter, is one of the victims. is five feet three inches. The Cryolite, essential in aluminum Brothers lot. The original caption

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Fliers Drub Havana 32-6

For Season's 2nd. Win

Jax Navy's Fliers hit the winner's circle] after a long

wait,as they scored twice in the second and third periods and

once again in the fourth period to defeat the Havana Uni-

versity "Caribes" 32-G in a good-neighbor policy grid tussleat

_the Cuban capital last Saturday. a 'tto'
From the opening kickoff and r
through the first found lanky Bob Hopkins downon
(Editor's Xott-From Lime to time the Jax Air News will featurespecial period when
columns play wa1 confined to mid-field, the 15. This play too, was call-
sports penned by outstanding sports writer and radio
both ed back.Norman's.
ports commentators" In thin area. Opinions expressed la thin column teams fought on even terms.
Then in Passes Click "
are those of the author, and not those of the Jax Air New Today's the second quarter Ron t7'r
Johnson Fliers center, intercepted Norman on the next play flip-
Time Out Is written by Fred Schilling, are sport aiuioimrer of radio
station WJHP). a Caribes pass and ran for the ped another pass to Hopkins, I
first TD. Norberto Gutierrez good to the 15, but not enough at
By FRED SCHILLING scored the only marker for the for a first down due to the lost ; a ...
(Sports Dlrwtor of WJHP) Cubans on a sweep around right yardage. On third down, the Cari
end late inthe second quarter. I bes kicked out to Webb on the
Before I get underway too far with this column I
The Fliers' aerial offensive 40. Norman tossed an aerial to
would like to thank the Jax Air News for the invitation to rolling late in the second period got Duncan for 35 yards and the final & 1 :

share the views with its many readers it's a pleasure, when Norman heaved a 30yardpass Fliers tally came on the first play
and all mine. to Jack Duncan, who ran 40 from scrimmage.A .
yards for the TD. In the third brief flag raising ceremony,
We can remember the Jax Navy teams back in the Quarter Norman found Mike Cim where national anthems of both

days of World War II when college stars dominated the inero in the end zone on a 25- nations were played by the uni-

Fliers lineup. The Jax Naval Air Base had more AllAmericans yard aerial for the third Fliers versity band preceded the ame. { e
than could shake stick at and of I tally. Ralph Cochran took a Havana Havana University's president y 1 1s
you a they won a pile during the ceremonies
punt on his own 45 and expressed
football games. Nowadays they are having their troubles, but romped 55 yards for the fourth hope that this first game would p.-
strange as it may seem, I think that the Navy is developingmore Fliers score and tne Norman. I only be the beginning of a long

athletes today than they did a few years back. I Duncan combination clicked i term affiliation between these
again in the fourth quarter for two teams.
Athletes of World War II were not, for the greater I I the fifth Fliers score. I This was the Caribes opening

part developed by the Navy they were nearly finished I Locals Tally First game of the season and their first ,
products when they entered the beautifully appointed i First Quarter-Havana kicked loss. For the Fliers, it was their
off to the Fliers second win in seven starts, having -
defending the
grounds of the Naval Air Station. II
dropped five straight since
North goal. After 4 plays Dom-
Navy Has Good Athletic Program ; iny kicked to the Havana 45 and their opening win against Cor-
Field at the Gator Bowl
after two first downs, the Cari ry September 4
Nowadays with an all-around program underway at bes pushed the ball to the Jax 23.

NAS, a boy has a chance to start from scratch, and with the Navy one. Dave York intercepted I Statistics:

proper equipment, good coaching, excellent medical care, and Gutierrez's intended pass for Va- First downs Fliers 6 Caribes 8
the best of food he about he likes. It's I linas on the goal line and ran to
can go just as a his own 35. From this point play Yards rushing 217 122Yards -_..__...._- -- _...._ -- .
good deal all the way around. shifted back and forth near mid- j passing 158 10 I
For the past couple months, yours truly has been field. Total yards 375 10 PASS SNATCHER-Returning '01
Passes attempted 10 4 to form along with the rest
broadcasting high school games all over the state of Florida Second Quarter-Norman fume i Passes completed 6 1 i of the Jax Nary Fliers rangy

I never thought that I would get more of a kick bled on third down. From their Passes intercepted 2 I, end Jack Duncan snagged two
out of high school football than I do from college ball- own 34, the Caribes picked up' Fumbles 1 1 long aerials for touchdowns in
I two off tackle and on the next Penalties 50 0 the 32-6 rout of Havana University -
but brother, I certainly do. play, Johnson backing up the Punt Av. Y4e.1.5 33.5 last Saturday. The locals -
Everything is relative and when you look at these high I line, intercepted Gutirrez's pass Touchdowns Fliers: : Johnson are now pointing for the

school kids Jong enough, you begin to acquire the same degree -I and stepped 30 yards for the first Cochran, Ciminero, Duncan ((2)). Pensacola game, Nor. 25.

of worship for them as you do some of the college I Flier conversion score. Patterson's failed. attemptat I Caribes: Gutirrez.ConversionsFliers. -,

stars.There Hitting right back, the Caribes I! : Patterson [ Jax Navy FliersEnds .

are some fine backs around the state of Florida piled up five consecutive first -Duncan, Ciminero, Wheat

The best to my way of thinking is Gordon "Stumpy" downs and climaxed a drive that I High Scoring Tilts I Tackles ley Leachman- Patterson Poole,Saunders Hopkins., .
started on their own 40 when
Thompson of Landon High School here in Jax. This stick I Grimes, Conrad, Kurash. '
Gutirrez swept around right end
of dynamite weighs in the neighborhood of 180 pounds and to score from the one. Feature Play In Guards Sinko, Kent, Games .. ...
stands at five feet, six inches tall. Minutes later after Hank Doe- Fouts Dutrow. '
bler returned the Havana kickoffto Center-Sutherland, Johnson.
Local High School Player Lauded his own 27, Chuck Webb droveto Touch Grid Loop"If Quarterback-Norman, Cochran.
.Halfback-Webb, Doebler, Sim-
the Fliers 30. The Fliers aerial
He can run through a brick, wall, if you give him a monds York, Hinkel.
attack struck its first blow then
don't score thirty points
three-yard start. He'll either be playing on some Navy when Norman flipped a 30 yard in a game you you're not keeping up Fullback-Dunn, Dominy.

team next year, or if things quiet down, you might be read- pass to Jack Duncan on the Cari with the pace." Havana Caribes

ing about his football doings at the University of Florida. bes 40. Duncan went the remain- That's what happened in this Ends-Valinas. Vega, M. Garcia,
Dan Scarborough of Lee High School is another bril- ing 40 yards for the tally. Halftime past week's touch football league Centurion Chacon, Baez.
score: 12-6. when all three Rocha Suris, Argudin
games posted scoresof Tackles- ,
liant all-around star. I would like to about fifteen
see more
Casanova Banasco. r'
Third Quarter At this point thirty points or more. Navarrete.
pounds spread over Danny's frame though-he's a bit light. the Fliers passing attack beganto However none was able to overcome Guards-Tato, Diaz. Tomas, Cres-
Pensacola High School has a fullback by the name of click. Havana received the the league leading NARTU po, de la Nuez Diaz.: '
Eugene Cardenas who looks like college material. Playing kickoff and after four unsuccessful combine, which still paces the cir- Center-D. Garcia Rodriguez.
attempts forfeited the ball at cuit with a 5-0 record. Quarterback-Gutirrez. Rivero.
Andrew Jackson of he for three
against ran
mid-field. Ken Dunn picked up Second place Hospital swamped Halfbacks-Hoyos, Edberg. Tor-
touchdowns, two of them over fifty yards. He made. 'em the 20 yards to the Havana 30. Chuck eighth place VF-12: 36-6 and in rens, Perez, Preval, Corbo, Bus-
hard way, right through the middle. Webb took a handoff and went to doing so, Schnetzler jumped intoa tillo, Olivera.FullbackMunoz.
I I Havana's 25. Norman then flipped four way tie for leading individual .
College Football Down The Stretch a pass to Mike Ciminero on the scoters by tallying once, raising any .
his total for the to VP-3. Not to be left
line five minutes into the year seven
College ball? Too bad Army doesn't play a schedule goal TDs. thing, Fashron's McKenna Jumpedinto
for the third Flier
that would give a better indication of their strength. For 1 I third tally. Patterson period, boosted the count VA-15's Cooper lifted his scoring the four way tie for high individual "

my money you can't rate a team Number One .in the nation I to 19-6 with his conversion. with two TDs to help his team honors with one TD this

when they don't beat number one teams. That Navy schedule Cochran Shines mates is also run over tied Supply for leading 30-0. Cooper point- week.Other leaders In.the. individual I

would give them workout. Ralph Cochran kicked off, out
a getter with seven. scoring bracket are: Clauss Photo ..
Ohio State will, in all probability be rated number one of bounds on the Havana 18. Perez Kasron Six bettred its record of Lab, seven; Rickenbach. NAU- ..
in the nation. Hoyos and Edberg were stop- three wins and three losses by TU and Moran of Fasron Six with
ped by the entire Fliers line on posting the largest score of the six apiece, followed closely by VA-
But the tough league, .in my humble opinion, is that the first three plays. Gutirrez week, 36-0 over the patrolers of 15's Pfluger with 5.

Southwest League Texas, S.M.U., Baylor any- kicked to the Fliers 4i, where

body is liable to beat anybody else on any Saturday. Cochran Alabama back former and latest University additionto of
California looks like the class of the coast, and they the Fliers eleven, took the Know Your Football?

should beat the Big Ten representative in the Bowl Game, punt ,and raced 55 yards for the
The correct to last
score. Patterson again converted answer at home for this week's quellI
whether it be Illinois or Wisconsin. making the count 26-6. week's Jai Air News Sports tlions, which is:

Princeton, on the basis of comparative scores rates Fourth Quarter Norman and Quiz reached the desk just a Do you know the name of the
few hours after the paper hit present Big Nine football roach<< ..
higher than the vaunted Army Cadets. Look at the rec- Cochran unleashed a barrage of the streets with Harry Pissini, who once teamed with Benny .

ords, judge for yourself. passes and...connected on five out YNSN, of ComFairJax the firstto Friedman in one of the game's
of The locals were
seven. penalized
provide the answer. most famous panning combinations -
15 for holding placingthe
yards The correct answer to the T"The '
Touch Grid Standings: It's S'sto Fair! ball on the Cuban 46. Coch'
query: "What college footballer first correct answer wins \
Tears W L T
ran rifled a to Jim Poole on
pass recently set a record for a free full course meal at the
NARTU ._...._5 0 1 Presque Isle, Maine (AFPS)- the Havana 30 but another 15- overall yardage gained by an Civilian Cafeteria good day
hospital .............._..._..G 1 An exhibition baseball game here yard penalty nullified the play. individual in one game? Give in the week.

VA-IS ....._..._..:-...4 1 between Birdie Tebbett's All Cochran continued the attack the total yardage," wasFrancis Send in your answer to the
Photo Lab ... --s! 2Fasroa Stars and the Aroostook All Stars when he hit Dave Wheatley on "Reds' Bagnell of Penn who Jax Air News office in Room
the Havana 14. On the next playa
gained 490 yards against Dart- 123 in the main Administration
___, was called after the fifth inning.
Silt S 1 13-yard loss moved the ball mouth earlier this season. Building: or call Extension
,SuPpl, _-........s S Reason the field was covered back to the Caribes 27. Norman Midwest fans should be right 216 or 8181.
t, VP-S ___--.1 4 with three inches of snow. then took over the attack and

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ComFairJax Marines PaceMapleKnockers Cagers Eye Opener

"'1 ,- With Stetson Dee11 6

Recreation hungry VP-861, recently -

..'. assigned to the station, 1- I With three weeks vigorous workouts under their belts, the
moved into the American League
intra-mural bowling play in the 1950-51 Jax Navy basketballers are pointing for their opening fray

place of Ordnance-Gunnery last with Stetson University, December 6 as the completed schedule was

week and )immediately started on announced this week. _

a winning rampage by taking Three weeks still remain before -
three out of four points from the opening contest and although I ketball schedule for 1950-51:

league leading NARTU Marines. making hrfirst cuts of the squad, Dec 6 Stetson 1.nh'"ay

The Marines to date appear to Coach Frank McCaffrey says 8 Warner-Robins AFB,
be running away with the American many changes are apt to be made Home
League race with 30 points. in the coming three weeks.
11 Pam!! Island Horn
.. M Nearest competitor is second place To get rough edges worked off,
VF-12 which dropped to second the basketeers have had several 12 Charleston College,
place this past weekwhile the Marines < < short scrimmages with the Jax Home
of NARTU piled up ten House of David quintet The 15: Patrick AFR, Home
points before dropping three to "bearded" quintet is keeping the I 19 Warner-Robins AFB

VP-861. Jax Navy candidates: stepping and Away

ComFairJax.: and O &: R moved on their toes. Jan. 8 Fla So. College, Away
into a first place tie in the Na-
i These scrimmages, arranged by 10 Camp Lejewne', Home
tional League, VF-13 and Fleet .. ... McCaffrey and House of David
------- ----- ----- 12 Kessler AFB Home
Air Wing Eleven are tied for second ,
Leon Hamilton
Captain are serving -
place, while the patrolers of. FRIENDLY RIVALRY-Jax Navy Fliers co-captains Joe Sin- not only to help the local 15 Ga. State Tt'J8Cht'1'1IoAw
_ .. VP-3 were stalemated at 14 points ko ((15) and Mike Norman ((15)) meet co-captains Dagoberto Garcia squad, but to prepare Hamilton's y
due to duty operations. (54)) and Serafin Valinas (88) of the University of Havana, along squad for their forthcoming road 17 Jax Jr. College, :Lee. High

High set honor? of the week with officials, to call the flip of the coin just before kick-off trip throughout this area. 19 T)'ndall AFB, Horn 1

went to O dt; R enlisted of the time between the two teams last Saturday The Fliers won the fray %7Gameht'dule 22 Green Cove Navy, Away }
National loop'when Wyriek rolleda 32-6. Newest addition to the 1950-51
high of 557, The run for high 23 Fla. So College, Home 1
,; .
candidates is Bob Baer, who many I r
_.. ...... wt was close, but Operations Linksmen will remember from last .ear. I 24 Keesler AFB, Away
edged by Supply two pins to take 18'0 Open PlayIn Baer has Just returned to the station 26 Eglin Field, Home
high series with 2398.:: and started workout" this
29 Green Cove Navy, Horn
Newest members to the "200 Fall Cup Handicap week. 31 Camp Lejenne, Away
Club" this week were Palma, Per- Gordon Schott, 6'-3" is perhapsthe Feb. 2 Stetson Vnlr., Home
sonnel, 26! ; O Shea, FAW.-ll. 223; tallest candidate on this year's 6* Eglln Field, Away
Parker, VF-13,211; Daly, NARTU I The Fall Cup handicap tournament got underway at the local squad and will prove valuable either 8 Patrick APE, Away

Mar., 210; Fisher, CPO's 209; I links this week with four flights and the championship flight jam- at forward or in the hole at IS Oa. State Teachers,
Wyriek, OAR.: 207; Muirhead, I packed with entries. center. Height has become pre Home .
VA-15, 207: Andrews, Operation, dominant in basketball, but N' hat 14 Jax Jr. College, Home
207; Teets, VC-62, 201 and Mill- 'I Golfers have been divided into the locals lack in height, McCaf 15 Parri Inland, Away

.. ... cotch. CPQX 200. I flights accord'ng to their listed I Jax Fliers Idle frey points out, th'y hope to makeup 16 Charleston. COIL, Away
Intra-ri.uhf" Standings: (as of I handicaps. Participants include in speed. 23 P a. Freshman, Home
Monday morning) Here is Jax Navy's varsity bas- :27 Fla. U. f'l'f"I'hman8Y
officers, enlisted men and plain Pensacola NextIdle ......
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American League duffers and is expected to be one

.. ff,', I. P.NARTU of the year's biggest events. this week as a result of Fasron Six One League
Mart ........%3 10 30
I I Those entered in the Championship the cancellation of the Fort
"Y.II .J.--U ,
10 27 I
Supply' .......:..._ .....19 11 28 Flight are: Bill Foulk, Dave Benning game originally slated Winner In
for this Saturday, Jax Navy'sFliers LeadIn
Personnel .....:...:.._...16 14 22 I Henderson, Frank Govern, Judd I II I for the fray I Keeps

.. (I'O'R ..........._........16 11 21VC6.2 I Pearson McWilliams, John are pointing
.. Billy I Nov. 25 with their bitter rivals,
.............:':.....1% 12 17V I Golf
1'.s61 ...........-\:..-.....10 14 13Faa. Adams, Stu Reed, Charlie Weiss, I Ii Pensacola Gosling. Volleyball

6 orf. ...._.....12 15 15 i I Wright North. Bob Taylor, Bill Officials at Fort Bennning I Only after a battle down to the
,'F.14.-......11 16 14 [ Baker. Billy Haas, Andy Conner, I decided not to field a football Entering the second round of wire did the divot-diggers of Sup-
1st IJeut ....._....10 11 12 'Leo Marchel, Frank Chase, and team for 1950, due to the Ko- play in the intramuralollejball ply finally edge out last 5 ear's

", : ,'y.u ............_...... 8 19 11 I Bruce Aglsen.) rean War, thus creating the league, FASRon Six still maintained winners, Hospital, for top honorsin

J'hy, Tr. .......:.. ,.-... 8 16 10 I In the First Flight it's: Bob I cancellation. its top spot with an unblemished the American League divisionof
National League I Thiel, Junie Phillips, Gordon Lee, Although idle, the Fliers are record of 10 straight!! station Intra-mural golf play.
Jeremy Morrison, Steve Cornells'sen. in for vigorous practice sessionsfor i. The American
"' L. I". Bill Brockhaus, Steve Jonda, their coming joust with wins.While the league leaders wt.'re. League golferswound
'Gm.'aJr Jax _...14 '7 19O up play this past week with
Bill Pensacola. The annual struggle
D. W. Mosier Fred Bartens
Ii U ..........._...15 9 19 Shoalts. Jack Piva, Earl Reed, always a bitter one with sea- Idle NARTU posted a 15-13 and Supply a mere 14 points winner
''F.13 .............-.;.....13 11 18FAW.ll Dick Middleton, Red Wade, Charlie son's record of no account. 15-11 win over fourth place VF-11 over the :.rcC:'cs from the Kor -
and 15-9 and 15-1 to
an easy cop tal. Supply finished the tourney
,......___..13 14 18
Poresi and George Stockton. Pensacola is the
The fray the best two out of three from with 27 points, while Hospital'
Op.'Tr'n'l" .1% 9 16
Heading the second flight are: final tilt on the 1950 schedule, I VF-12 to move into second place.To made a gallant comeback after a
Marines. ........._::.-.1% 6 13
Admiral Montgomery, Captain but one or two post- season get back on the right side '
.. start to finish with 25 z
... YM. 6 __...11 IU 1:5: .
Stahr, Earl Brooks, "Doc" Cham games may oe in the making of the ledger for the week, however points.
VI'-S ..........._. ..._J0 8 U
Faa 109 ..._... .,_._ 9 12 12 I pion. Charles Ray, S. A. Fuhring, for the locals, it has been re I VF-11 topped VA-15 enlist Supply can thank the boys from
: Bill J. vealed. ed two 15-13 and 15-9. to
"A-15 ...........:..- 8 10 11NARTU Captain Dittmar, Kinney straight VF-I Operations for l letting them into
Charlie Miller Bill break for the week. The
P. Trembly, even
__...___ '7 U 9 the championship through the
Hartung, Bob Griffin, Porter Be- i 111 boys stayed even in their match back door. In a final match this
'dell, James Bryan, A. K. Robinson Date Extended For with VF-13 with two 15-6 wins. week Operations took 3l i points
and J. J. Goodens. i For the coming Thanksgiving from the 'Medics on a shutout This

SPORT. SHORTS 1 Capt. Early, C. E. Hoff, Don I' Ping Pong Tourney I week-VF-13 will meet VF-12; VA- win put Operations in a close third _
I Howard J. L. McMahen, Bill Hen 15 will keep it in the family as with 21 points.
Joe McCarthy, former manager dricks, Paul George, W. C Mitchell The filing date for entries in I the officers and enlisted men tan
of the Boston Red Sox once said, I Capt. Smith, Joe Williams J. the station ping-pong tournament gle: O & R Flight Test will play Hole in One
.. : which was to have gotten underpay host to second place NARTU and
"Too much importance is placed J. Sullivan, Ed Foster, Gene Pel- Chief Earl Brooks of
I I Operations -
on starting pitchers. It's much 6{: tier, R. E. Schenk, Red Cranston, I;I November 13, has been ex VF-11 will meet Ordnance-Gun I bagged a hole-in-one on
more important to have a finish- 1 C. E. Robertson and Chuck Foni I tended. II nery. the 155-yard number three hole
i Director of the intra-mural Standings:
ing pitcher". ,i I vielle are entered in the Third at the station links in an Intra-
Won Lo t
Flight. I Frank McCaffrey, is sending I
,' .... I I out the call this week through FASRon Six __.-,.....10 0 mural golf match against the
First official umpires were ap- Entered in the Fourth Flight entry blanks to all personnel. NARTU _.._......_.......10 2 Hospital.
pointed by the National League are: Paul Herndon, Knox Buchanan I Those interested in entering the II III 0&R.; ?-__......_........... 7 311 Brooks paired with Jack
In 1879. I Capt. Moore, Mike Clark, tourney may obtain a blank in \'.'- __._.._"..".._ '7 4 Stockton against Captain Guy
B. H. Hendrix, Captain Wharton, their squadron or department for VF-1.1 ."_... ..__ 4 5 Stahr and Frank Lusk.
I. Eighty two players named Bob Hoppe: Bill Lindberry, Jim entering either the singles or 00 .........!ZL.!!!!!! ._ s 7 .
Smith have appeared on major Mauldin, James Brown, Captain doubles tourney When all blanks I VF-13 ... ...........?_...___ S 8 The National League fight is far
league rosters. 'I' Ferguson, Henry Gage, James Pa- have been returned to PT, final VA-15 Knl. .._....._...__ 1 8VA13 from over.' VP-3 is in top spot
olozzi, L. W Kuchler, John Hirst with 50 a point, but Green Co'eSprings
plans will be published. Off. ___...__ 0 8
second has
; and Don Flynn. in place one
It was always John J. McGraw's match to play-with last place
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plan to get a flying start. Radio Grid I Marines. By topping the Marinesby
Jackson, Mich. (AFPSOnlyone ) Log-
"If you get away well and move at least 10 points, Green Conecould
out in front he said "you'vegot ( bettor held the winning tic-
.. i ease into first place if the
a cushion*to fall back on if jket worth $1,228.80, on the daily Which is stronger; University of stretch. Final results' of the Na-
you slump" "double 1 in the harness races here. Florida or Miami University The College tional will in next
So far no one has showed up at I answer to this question will be WJHP ((1320* -Florida vs. Miami week's Air News. appear
I the window to collect the at Gainesville, Saturday, time
pay aired Saturday along with other' '
Christy Mathewson
placed .
1:45: P.M. Final American League stand'J j
\ three fingers on the ball for his ', top games, such as Columbia vs.Navy .
'I Notre Dame, Intl. (AFPS)- and Auburn. WMBR-AM ((1460)).-CBS Foot- ings:
fast fadeaway ball. lie pitch wound and two with for fin-his Notre Dame gridiron juggernauts High school Georgia and professional vs. clas- call Roundup around nation, time: Supply .......?_......??__..........." '"

in full view and up still bat- j I have posted 17 undefeated sea- sics also highlight this week's ra- 2:30: P.M.* hospital! .._.........._....._.X52! :w
gers .
ters could not hit him. i sons. A breakdown reveals that dio grid log. WMBR-FM Georgia: vs. Auburn Operations ___._._._..21 ,1

I they have gone through 10 unde- I High School Saturday, time, 2:00: P,1.t. 1'1f't-Doot.!t "1
feated, untied seasons, and seven WMBR-TV Columbia vs. Na-
Luke: "Gosh, but I'd like to undefeated but tied campaigns. i WJHP (1320))--SL Paul Highvs. vy, Saturday, time 1:00: P.M. PT U'eU ......-.-.._.......15'/j'! i

make your dreams come true." St. Leo High Thursday, time Professional PW-romm. ..._...._._..._.IS

.. -. Lulu: "I'll slap your face if Ted Williams says: "There I !3.00: P.M. Landon High vs. Orlando I WPDQ (600)--Philadelphia Eagles OAR .. ..........__._.11 !" j
you .try it!" never was a',400 hitter who High Orlando, Friday, time vs. Chicago Cards, Su.nday, Administration __..__... 5h
....... wasn't lucky." 8:00: P.M. time, 1:55 P.M. .

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 16 November 1950

Uncle Sam Tries To Pay 4z .I
Vet PW $1,242, But

I BULLETIN lIe's Hard Alan\ To Find

Fog ;RENT Washington (AFPS-A news ... .
I rm. turn apt. 4633 Wheeler Ave., paper story tipped off George I '
Mrs. Groves, Ph. 2-4275. Sotak, Baltimore veteran, tha
3 bedrm. house unfurn., Wefltcon the War Claims Commission wa
net Berrie, Ph. 2-800 or Ext. trying to find him-and give him
8176. $1,242.A : ..
mingle and double rms, Mrs.: Le e check covering Sotak's claim,
Ave. Ph as a WW II PW, was mailed to:
Schultz, 1447 Avondale ,
his Baltimore address, but he wa
2-5903. .. "'.. ... '.,,, ,, .". _.- .....---.J out of town. The check was returned -
i rm. apt. turn., 2326 Park 8L Mi. -
to Washington. The Commission -
Shepherd, Ph. 7-6516. UNDERGOING EVALUATION TESTS-Here is the huge XC : .
99 Air Force transport surrounded by some of the cargo which began efforts to locate:
I and 3 rm. turn. apts. 728 Lo she hauled in performance test program. The new transport flew him in September. Sotak reac LWc
max St., Five Point, Mrs. Hi and shattered 21 about it in a newspape'r and ,
200,000 ton miles of cargo on Its first mission unofficial ,._"-
att, Ph. 77882. world load lifting records last July by flying 100,000 pounds claimed his money. "FJtOGlIEN"vORKING:
I bedrm. unfurn. apt., kitchei I I of cargo from San Diego to San Antonio. -1- -
demolition .
Members of
equipped, Lcdr. McWilliams. Ph -.. a Navy .
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Ext. 446 or 8-3917, 2H3! Forbei Korean Babe Born squad pace the beach at Won. '
san, North Korean to clear a
I St.bedrm, )30 mo.turn. house, $110. Lt EARL WiLSON. . says, With Wounded Foot path for massive 'troop land
Ringland Ph. Ext. 446 or 447 With U. S. Marines In Korea ings. Their job is to search out.
Available Jan. 15. 1602 Semi (AI"l'S-A baby lions with ahulM and remove underwater obsta. ':t.pdf's
Joan Barton the difference between an enlistedman
nole Rd. says wound In Its. foot 1* theI that might endanger land
I rm. turn apt., $45 mo. 4502 Irvington and an officer is simple; the enlisted man whistles, the I latent oddity reported from Ko- Ing craft..
Mr. Carney, Ph. \>8Unfurn. officer blows his horn A cannibal restaurant in the re -
3 rm. apt., 4415 Mt'lroleSt. Pacific warns its patrons, "Only one person to a customer" Medical personnel of the VFW To Hold /10
., $65 mo. Mrs. Dinkins. Ph Gussie Moran was glad First Marine Medical liattalionwere.
6-2431. amateur tennis. All diMt'uvsing the unlx-liov- Turkey Shoot
to leave
t rm. furn. apt. $65 mo. 2864 Ol able condition under which
ga Place, Mrs Carwell, Ph. 2- she got out of it was her they have workwl here when Wesconnett. VFVV Post 790 wilt

3949. pants Some fellows Lieut. JaitiPM II. Slow art of sponsor a series of turkey shoots
Furn. rm. and use of kitchen, Mm... bring a girl home to Maw. l"' nloii, Ky., told of HM youngest to be held Friday,*Saturday and .. ....
Nicholson. Ph. 8-2906, 1609 Nelson of the war. ..
her home to casualty '
Ave. Others' bring Sunday Nov. 15-16-17 and all day

*% rm. house, garage, 3684 Hed- paw Jane Russell'splaying shot"A through woman the NlU..t abdomen hat from IMMII Thanksgiving Day(' -

o rick St., Avondale, Mrs. Seymour a lot of westerns. hide! to aide," I.lrut. Stewart re. Ammunition for ;.the shoot to
Ph. 20766. be held on the Post's grounds on
Well, she's a front-tier gal lated. "The next day she d'\-
SALE Blanding Boulevard, will be
Bob Hope says he has a llterpd a baby. The baby had provided
I bedrm. hour, J2,2."x equity, nc free to all contestants. A
bullet wound In the foot.
closing cost take up paymentsMrs. lot of trouble about his au- a fee of one dollar will be chargedfor
At last report both mother
: Lewis, 350 Astral! Are tographs. But usually he can Mid baby were doing well each and every shot
Ph. 2-7607. get people to take them. Proceeds go to the Community
15 ft., 3 rm. house trailer, H. P. gw & r: Harvey Stone, the ex- Welfare program of the organiza .
Gaul Ext. 8112 or see him at tion. .
Iron Kettle Trailer Park Orange sfft., says when he was in Simple Question, .
the he week's
Park. Army got a
!'urn. cottage, $575, air base trailer pass to celebrate his wedding Simple AnswerForest Salvago Millions
park, Mrs. Cheshire, Ext. 368 --.- '''--'' ''''. anniversary.! Later ,
t Z bedrm. brick duplex, 4504 Bit'k- Of'' he went back and untied Park, 111. (AFPS)-Tl* Washington ( At P S ) The .
enhead Rd., Mrs. Lawley, Ph. JOAN HARTON' telephone rang.Attendance Armed Forces have salvaged $5-
29214. his commanding officer Clerk Virginia Ka. 776,000 worth of property scheduled
17 ft house trailer lot 35 Azalea They tell of the draftee leaving for camp: "His motherwas sarda of the U S. Naval Ordnance for disposal as surplus or
Trailer Park, Hagen. Ext. 604. there-his wife was there. Such crying and screaming plant, said: unserviceable since.'the beginningof
1 bedrm. stucco house, $9,500, pay- .-}{e 110." the Korean invasion, the De-
ntt'nts9.09.., Lt. (j*) Daniel -I thought he'd never stop" Sailors have a "Hello," came the voice over fense Department'announced re-
Krier, 4646 Blount Ave. Ph. sweetheart: in every port, soldiers a sweetheart on every the phone, "I have a question." cently. r
8-6734. porch Latest definition: "Top secret a toupee" "What is it?" Miss Kasarda
MISCELLANEOUS Ex-Marine Frank Farrell that when his asked. .. -. -
Capt. says f' ,.,. /< '>!II
Rider wanted from Fairfield to "How can I increase my .
Heberer Ext. unit was learning to use boats, a Navy man's: wife sniffed, family?" '/
NAS, 0730 to 1600 "
.. .j
407 or home, 3-8745. "I didn't know the Marines used boats. I thought they "Very simple," said Miss Ka. I 1"" ,'. .' .
Wanted three riders, Murray Hill just walked on the water." sarda, "Just secure a form from "to. 'f. "
and Edgewood District to NAS, Joe E. Lewis told a night club audience, "Sorry to be IUD and fill it in"with the necessary .-: i .
Hrs. 0730 to 1600, Ph. Ext. 8201or information.
8-1737, Mr. Traer. I late, but I was! out with dad-Old Granddad" '. Sloganof "Thanks, Goodbye." ,.
Riders or Join car pool. Lake the Broadway wolves: "Another day, another doll" "Goodbye."
Shore and vicinity to hospital, A bachelor is a guy who's been lucky in love A chorus P. S.-The caller was trying to

637.CVSOO to 1630,. Mrs. Shaw Ext. chick broke up with her boy friend because he got fresh have find;[ out another how he exemption could arrange added,: to to

Baby sitter available Carol Dod- after four drink Her new b.f, gets fresh after one his record, so that his income tax

Bon, 1211 B Handcock St. NAS A not-too-bright local 1 character complains, "The troublewith deduction would be increased. Yb7
Ext.556.ft rain is that it always comes in such awful weather." -x-

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Something Added
We Get BiggerIn .
ft Stoneham, Mass. (AFPS)-His

buggy just didn't seem to have ; ,,
Every Way Thursday, November 1C'Rio
the old zip, thought Jacob Gar- Grande I'atrol'nm Holt j

It's Reported finkle to himself as he motored Friday, November 1?

along a two-mile drive. About to 'Lady Takes a Chance"__. .
O O : Los Angeles (AFFS) "The enter a garage to discover why, _?................ ............John Wayne
I West is breeding a different human Saturday, Novetnber 18 )
he looked behind and found out
"The Great .Gataby".....Alan Ladd
animal. We arc taller, our the cause. Tightly hooked to his Sunday, November 10

legs are longer, our feet are get- rear bumper was a driver-less "Two Flags West"....Linda Darnell ...
I ting larger and heaven knows our automobile which, he'd pickd up Monday, Novetnlxr 20'Mad
heads: are bigger. in a parking lot. Wednesday" ....Harold Lloyd
So spoke William flames home -x- Tin*., Wed., Nov. S Interior designer, here recently. I "The Glass Menagerie ........... } .
Listed below are the traffic violations Just what this had to do( with Recruiting By ElectronicsNew _.._?........_.__.......Jane. Wyman ad$ a.vr xa
committed aboard this station house interiors flames didn't ex- I
for the period November 7 plain. But he did have this to York (AFPS-The Arm-
1. to November 13: offer about Western culture: ed Forces "Electric Recruiter"has Answer to Puzzle
Speeding( O. K. Giddiiw, AD3; "Our Eastern culture is pre- gone to work.It .
JT. Boyd and E. Beatty. installed in the
dominanly European, and so is was recently
Illegal Parking, lot Offetuwi J.B. Boothin
its history and folklore. Ours in Armed Forces Recruiting
:. Ladd M. Dudley F. X. Kilday the West is not. We found it here Times Square, where daily OILED A ERE ..
C. K. Simon, AD2;; and L. T. Sel and we are developing it here." broadcasts are heard. RD ISLE
. lers.r TER TI L

JOLT QHa TERN I w..., Jf i..;
Machine Grows gaaaa aura HOC IIOPE-FUL Wearing his -.....
ua 1 ROC ana I on I belt at half mast, comedian
Hair On HeadIn > 9 + 3 BUS man nanua Hob Hope goes through one of
+ STET PAS I N 5 his famed routines as he entertains -
20 Minutes ARC 5 AFF troops in Korea. Ills"paunch"
line, however, failed
Hollywood (AFPS-From bald SER I AL L: 6IRS to take away the fixed attention .
pate to a haircut in 20 minutes. ARE I LEa: 5 ROE everyone seemed to have
That's what's in store for shiny- TAR OT O ST I for film star Marilyn Maxwell
topped males. Claiming the job : standing beside him.
can be done in that brief time, I 4 -

ought Patricia to Stenz know. She's is the been gal grow-who I t Send Your Jax Air News Home \

ing hair on balding movie Romeos -
i in her salonformenonly.The I
gimmick is a new machine I PLACE
'resembling a junior-sized atom, A FROM-
smasher. Says the vivacious little TWO
redhead: I CENT
"It sends out a misty spray of s STAMP
oxygen,. ozone and ultravioletray. HERE
This gets right down in the .__.
scalp and opens all the pores GIFT HUNTING-Shopping around for a gift during this holt-
that have been keeping the hairs wife of Raymond Schultz, AMI,
Mrs. Schultz right,
the day season,
Out come
from getting
I'm of First Lieutenants' Division, came upon something at the Navy
too. so TD'I
hairs. And long ones,
Exchange: abe herself could ase-a new The Navy Exchange.
excited about furse. '
it's bald-headed relief at If presently featuring its new line 0 pocketbooks and

s .I INt-at: $3 a treatment. purs**. ,IB smart new creations, and at very reasonable price I


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