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.!Hie v aaaL Time Out For Prayer On Thanksgiving. Day


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i, NARTU Jax I Plan SpecialThanksgiving --j

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Special, TeamJacksonville's Day' Services \=i,

Thanksgiving Day, Thursday

Naval A r will be observed
aboard I
:$eserverTI aining Unit under- '1'L the station as a legal holiday,

r y J wenp| annual' training in- ::4 providing a day's respite I

.. apecGon l last l week-end by a from work for all, while station -

,' > sped 1' nspection teani from personnel will take time 1
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$ out to "give thanks"
the'')tytlquarters of the iJa- ; : :r services planned at special all

\" vat :Air Reserve Training 4 station chapels. I

eornm..n1i: in Glenview, Illi- With the big Turkey-and-all

>: A", : the-trlmmings dinner as the high
light of the day. and with
'IIIDt'l rQ,1hto the training rneth- no spe-
;c. .' cial parties or affairs on the docket -
.4 odk'" bldrt spaces, and overall o:a. k. S Y this
year's Thanksgiving-
completeness of
''I' here will be observed in the quiets
botU flt hUand technical
training S '
:3 befitting the occasion. -
thtSwtsiWg officers' commentsand f
r wmW'vdations will havemuch ,
Prayer of "thanks" will boa the
baring on NARTU's standlngjitthta /
theme of
special services at St.
) 'feat's Conway and Noel
Edward', All Saints, and the Naval
$ "Y competition Hospital chapels.
"-'o1itt"empet for Trophy| Services at All SaiiilA Chapel,
PURPLE HEART: ClmE\IONY-Url"! Gen. Charles C Curtis, commanding general of Camp roii.liH'tfd ( | .
The'iway' Trophy is a wa r dedt3npdsaly' by 'apt (Charlt .4.Dittnmr tm
Stewart, Ga., pins the Purple Heart Medal on Pfc Buster YVheatley of the 23rd Infantry regiment senior r
/ o the most outstanding chaplain, will\ >M>
nativity in the command which during ceremony last Friday at the Naval Hospital. Westley is one of 29 doughboys wounded in held at 1045. Chaplain Ditt- '
't Korea and now recuperating at the Hospital here, who were awarded the Purple Heart by General
in I mar's niihjert of
f +ijMirJ' +**< -of. 27 units located in sermon will tat
f::11::*, .'' ...throughout the nation. Curtis during the special ceremonies. On the General's right are Capt. Karl Banks, Army liai- "Thankll! h'IIIK-A Way of Liv
,"'. P"AmVTktyridS' second in the comtyknandTaff' son officer at the Hospital and Rear Adm. Alfred K.: Montgomery, Commander Fleet Air Jackson ing." lie Mill also frail, the

; a": result of last year's ville. President's Ilro'la 11I8 IInll.l.t. .
p Inspection John J. Bums Catholic
-t : chaplain
.. : :' ThTTVoel Davis Trophy is pre- Ticket Sales For Variety Show will conduct the holiday mail m
'lIl"ntf'd'isch year to the most out- Aircraft Contest at St. Kdward's Chapel and will
standing: sqjiadion of eat h in talk on "Thanksgiving] 1950" :Massat
the command. A squadron type attaehed I Begins in Today'sAir : Moving Along At Terrific PaceWith Services St. Edward's stalls at 09<>0,
t to NARTU Jacksonville)( at the Naval Hospital'
has received one of the Noel Da- News Issue tickets for the December 6 Variety Show going at a terrific with Chaplain (U ) John' HollingsI : -
clIp. final for the local talent I worth in charge, will be held at
I trophies for the past two years i I plan huge production are moving
I 1915.:
J t"U( --presently hold the trophy'I Do you like quiz pro jl I along, just as fast with all acts being rounded into a two-hour pro- Patients at the Naval Hospitalare
for patr911lquadl'ons and l last I I eram
"FASRQn". 58 was awarded the year grams and contests which Over a dozen acts, including -- --------- -- ---r In for a special treat withan
J phy1 HjF1fet; Aircraft tl'o'I'l test your: skill and knowledge top notch singers, instrumentalists ity. entertaining coffee session
1 Squadrans,*' ? dancers, and musical combinations Many of the same performerswho slated from 0945 to lilt Fruit ',
io their I the huge crowd a treatin baskets, specially prepared l will
t : ;lltd'tivltie. I are going through gave
: InludYii If you do then you'll en- 1 be distributed to
paces at rehearsals being held last; year's talent show, will bon patients in the
?i,US train!ing inspection Is alwaytlhelc.with joy entering the newest about three times a week. hand again with entirely new wa'ds., a

only one day no- feature contest of the Jax Tickets for the show which sell routines. Some fine hidden talent
the4t tI'y',,*rW sining'department,"1)bRf'rvE's the records of Air =News which starts this for $1.00 also entitles the holtiers [ has been uncovered to give the Written Tests
', on one to a chance of winning a televi- program a new twist in variety
watches, week.
day. "d. and '
even flys
sion set and a Hopalong Cassidy Proceeds from the Variety
+ .l''Wlt.h4\: squadrons that operate Not only will this feature used expenses
: radio set for children. : Show will be to defray For
*T'on 'th.," k.t'nd that Officers
inspecrrI''tlontwUl provide a test of skill According!: to .show officials, of the Navy Charity Carnival - held to
observe the but it will also present anopportunity plans are to cut the number of to be held in the spring H
l4f and
record: methods of NARTUltMinfr
"' I ITh acts to an even dozen. The ones The Carnival is held for the benefit CancelledAll
f for someone to
;; that will be selected, officials of the approved charities of
1' .t.tWO: Inspections combined win each week a valuable 1 declare, will be the finest of the Jacksonville Sufficient funds
.f,) witrtitU:' .x'annual military inspec- coupon entitling the win lot and some of the finest entertainment were raised at last spring's car written professional examinations ;
.. *. lion*la which the Chief 'of Naval ner to a substantial crediton to be found anywhere nival to eliminate all chanty for officers have
-AlrRcmjnre Training personally I in this immediate vicin drives aboard the station. been cancelled according to
made a
'ii t lnspileta?the NARTU and all at1 1 purchases at the
,A' Mainside Navy Secretary of Navy dispatch, "
"'tachtfdht: \Organized Reserve squad-1 Exchange.Turn +
In .ron'sjfolthvpasls for the trophy I to page 3 for the dated November !.">. r

'preaei1Satliec s, ('ontt'st.Nursery. Officers concerned in absenceof
l j t t k--- a objections by them, will be examined -
flung command on their record, the dis.
hold ,among: themselves each year i To Be Closed patch points: out.Imn1t'dlaleJy ,r
t/\/\ has much' to do with the excel-1 affected by the order -
lent record that Naval Air Reserve Thanksgiving DayThe will be about 15 officers at
}" squadrons continually set in'' Station Nursery will be NAS and Cecil Field who had I' 4,
activities with been selected for promotions to r ti
squadrons from the closed all
day Thanksgiving Day
k! regular Navy Nursery officials have announced Captain and Commander. Most of ;
these men had already been
brushing up on professional subjects 5f
0. '' Qualified Personnnel Eligible for the exams '
This decision to cancel the exams
I t ts it is presumed, was taken
because it was felt that a numberof
For Appointment To CG
I AcademyNavy would officers not now have serving sufficient at time sea

personnel, providing rII from their regular duties to brushup

they meet all the requirements I didate who passes all phase of the on certain phases of the exam.
examination and appointments examinations: were
can compete for ap- ': are tendered on relative standing not required during the past war.Reader's i+
pointment to the Coast Guard i and, the number of appointments ----x-

Academy, it has been an- I available. The exams will be giv. i
a pounced I en on Feb. 19-20, 1951 and applications Guide i
must be in by January 13.
. A recent Bupers circular letter I i In addition to its new aircraft
sets forth the eligibility requirements The standing is determined by guide contest, page 3, today's r
for personnel who want to averaging the grades in math, issue of the Jax: Air News tg:
take advantage of the opportunity I English, science, social studies, "Iladed"with variety. Another
of attending the Coast Guard and aptitude tests, together with feature includes a writer's version C
adaptability rade. The latter isdetel'lnine'd
of touch football on page 7,
The Coast Guard Academy; located by a board of officerson plus several others Here's: your
at New London Conn., is the basis of an interview the guide'

comparable to the U. S. Naval applicant's educational back .\Inraft Contest! Pages; 1, :3
Academy and the U. S. Military ground and past record. IttlltRSAL.LA: : RO\DWAY-\ftt'r /going through a few Editorial Page J
Academy. Successful completionof I To qualify the applicant must routine numbers, Milton Gulp, right, of Overhaul and Repair has Bator Kowl Data PageNARTlf !<
the course leads to a bachelorof be between 17 and 22 years of ,his tonsils sprayed by Manual: Miranda, SD2, during Variety Show Notes Pas 2
science degree and a commission age, unmarried and at least high rt'hearsals. Pert little Dot Houghton/ of Supply, left who does a Special Services Page 1
... in the Coast Guard- school graduate Further information little singing of her own; awaits conclusion of the procedure to Sport: Pageh fi, 'I-
Appointment to cadetship/ Is t can be obtained from divi- proceed with the wirrnUI'I.11 three will appear( I In the 1)1!; Variety Thanksgiving Menu "'llce< .1 ern
based upon the standing of a can.I siori off Cl'rs. Show to he staged December ti.w WI'Viin-ton Report '. Page Z kt


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4 Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 22 1Vovem

Report From Washington t .-
fax Air News "

To Seek Additional Military
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Hou.1:
Station Jacksonville, Fla.

Capt. Douglas T. Day__NAS Jacksonville__Commanding Officer Reservists Eligible For Atlantic Cruises ,. ",

Comdr. Porter F. Bedell. ___Executive Officer "-1..... .
Fleet Atr Jacksonville By Armed Forces Press Service tion has been transferred to the Air' 1

Rear Adm Alfred E. Montgomery__ _.Commander The Defense Department is preparing leg- use as an Indoctrination Center. Inset .
Capt. Allen Smith_._.___-.--__.____Chief of Staff islation authorizing additional military housingfor World War II, the station is located on .
presentation to the 82nd Congress which shore of Seneca Lake midway betwe ,- I.
Fleet Air Wing; Eleven Rochester N. Y. Under 4 ," '
In and
1951. ,
convenes cuse
Capt. George C. Montgomery_._..______Commander January* administration it will function in
Comdr. Charles Robertson__ _...__.____.___...Chief Staff Officer a m .",
._ The Texas.
Naval Defense Department Personnel Policy liar to Lackland AFB .
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton__Hospital_ Commanding Officer Board is studying proposed legislation which '
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would authorize additional for Armed Increased production of incendiary
Capt. Guy E. Stahr __..._. Executive Officer pay E
NARTU Forces ground troops for combat or other haz- ops will be undertaken by the Army at ;J

Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer ardous duty facilities to be constructed at the Rocky. -J;.. \

Comdr. Laurence Ruch... ...____.?__...._____.........__...Executive Officer thin Arsenal Denver. Colo.. ,.1 .
Air Mail Service to Korea is being resumed E h l. .
Editorial Offices in Rooms 1&J and 125 Main Administration Immediately by the Post Office Department. Issuance of the currently used, .. r'
building. Phone extension 8184. All mail service except that for the Armed Corps Identification Cards will be disc -
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Forces has been suspended since last June. after December 15, Marine Corps 11' ',;
Staff Member: Bob Joyce JO3. Surface mail service and parcel post for civil- ters has announced.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published wctxiy" at the U. S. Naval Air Station.Jactuonvllle ians will remain suspended for the present and The old card will continue to serve .. -r
Florida, with I appropriated fundsat
I and commercially
means of identification however, until v
with NAVEXOS P35. Rev. no registered mail will be carried by air.
no expense to the government and In compliance Identlflcatt
standardized Armed Forces }
distributed the Naval Air Station, the .
Nov 1945. Copies are free of charge at *
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field and can be issued to each Marine on active ..,
the U. S Naval Hospital. Service personnel visiting the New York *.. ... ", ..
The JAX AIR NEWS U a memwr of the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction area may find welcome and convenient facili- Naval Reservists from 38 states now-44, ,
of material from bear credit line. Republlcaticn
these sources must a '
of other matter, exetpt by service publications Is prohibited without permission ties at a new Servicemen's Center operated by eligible to participate in 19 Atlantic..FleeI'
of Editor JAX AIR NE\VS. New York Freemasonry. Passes for radio and serve cruises. The cruises allow billets for 323,
other shows and entertainment will be available officers and about 2,500 enlisted men from'the I
A Prayer For Thanksgiving"If A rental service will be maintained for 1st, 3rd, 4th, 6th 6th 8th and 9th Naval Districts
married personnel seeking living quarters. The and the Potomac River Naval'Command, : .
address is 71 West 23rd St., New York City. Nearly all members of the Organized or V? ,..' steer -
Nation Should Thank God .
Any Reserve are eligible for the cruises dves f -.
The Sampson, N. Y. Naval Training Sta- the remainder of 1950. Ill"4.. :. '

Ills Our Own United States"For Theal..i"" i iG id

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man to lift his heart to God in thanks for favors WeekendWincjTafk t-tiS+
received has been a universal custom that can be traced 1'UI

back through the prosperous passageways of time. ._ -

The Hebrews have had their feast of Tabernacles, the Note. Thursday, November'ta S '

Greeks their Thesmophoria, the Romans their Cerealia. "Kansas Raiders"....Bria*'; t' II ..'.
England has Harvest Home and we have our Thanksgiving Friday November k. "v!\". It.
I Day. "Emergency Wedding", :
To speak the words "Thank you" is mere common NARTUVF741 -.,._-,..... ..;

courtesy. Our children are taught to say it when given a Saturday, November'.1'y'l '.
Friend ,
Irma Goes
gift, the bootblack when he is tipped, the grocery clerk for wants to say farewell at this we mean assigning every of- "My................. .. .. Mi .,
does the station attendant and the this opportune time to two of its ficer a ground responsibility pre- }j. ."
your patronage as gas November k )# :
Sunday :
Very active pilots (Lt. (Jg) Al- viously held by line officers assigned ,
worker behind the bar We expect a show of gratitude fred Howard and Lt. Wilfred Bark- to the squadrons for detailed "Born to Be Bad".Joan .
when we favor a person and feel hurt when we are not ap- ley. Both of these officers received administrative purposes. Monday, '
preciated. their orders to active duty This reorganization is a nation- "Morning
If any nation should thank God, it is our own United I this week-end. wide reserve requirement. All reports Tees! and NOVt'mbeil'ft1 : '
States. No people was ever so favored as we in temporal Lt. (jg) Howard has drawn from reserve squadrons "Harvey" ... : ( I ''.;",.
choice duty-he has orders to called back to active duty in the Movies for f ,
goods. We have been spoiled to the extent that luxuries are
NAS Atlanta Ga as Stationkeep- past 4 months show a lack of November 23 ( "" .,
now necessities and necessities are favors we naturally ex- er with duties involving flying proper pilot knowledge and train- and 2000. ': !
I How lucky can you get? Lt. Bark- ing in taking over these positions --- -tr' .
pect.No one will be hungry aboard this station today ley has drawn what some people which at present is a must for active "

few in America will feel the pains of hunger call NAS"choicer"San duty and that is fleet squadrons. With this DIVINE ,
Diego. reorganization and our new squadron .
Be thankful. Attend your church today and say "Thank Both officers have been active doctrine drawn up by Lcdr
you, God, for the favors received. We are grateful for Your with VF-741 for some time. Lt. Frederick C. Wolff VF-741 will be SERVICES k
bounty in our behalf. We appreciate Divine Providence i (Jg) Howard as flight officer has the squadron to watch in future .
supplying us with food through the miraculous logistics of done a commendable Job and hasbeen I Noel Davis competition. AT THE STATION CHAPELS! '
nature. It is Thanksgiving Day. Thank God." instrumental in getting this Lt. Denby I). Gatlin and his ; : :\' "
Lt. John J. Burns squadron in its present fighting flight upheld the Gunnery average Protestant :' .It" '..
Catholic Chaplain. : state We will miss the big pushof over the pact week-rod drill I 0930-Services. All Saints'*' *
. this officer who was one of the ,with every member of the light .. pel (Sunday School),?,I'\ j\
original members of NARTU Jax pulling down at teat a 10 percent 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.1045All .

ill!l New Division X At NARTU Jax I ItJr Cecil when Field it was years first commissioned ago. at average.Rocket firing, was another activity I. Saints ChapeL c.1 .'.,

: A new Division X, which places Lt. Uarkley has been with usa VF-741 enjoyed over the past Catholic ':. .$', ...
tJr airmen and seamen recruits from squadrons. shorter period of time but hasbeen drill. Although a little rusty the 0830-Mass, St. Edward** .
1 all of NARTU Jax's Organized Division X is administered by a wry active pilot. The squadron managed to drive quitea 0930-St. Edwards' Chapel. ( '
Reserve squadrons on drill on the Lcdr. Frank Adams, NARTU entire squadron wl.slies! both pilots few home and is looking forward chism Class), v*. 'ij'f.t:
" same week-end, has been set up technical training officer. The the best of luck and good to better future results. 1030-Mass, St. Edward t; Y t,
t at the local reserve unit.r new division gives the new air fortune in months" to come on Over this past drill the emphasis 0645-Mass at Hospitalpilot !I '
When the "Week-end Warriors" men recruits of the Naval Air Reserve active duty. was on flight time with ;
have received the necessary Training Unit a much more At present VF-741 is in the pro- every pilot shooting for his 100th Let's all get slc'p xr' ''f' l'
amount of instruction and have specialized type of instruction and cess of reorganization from within hour. With the help of Engineering make a personal effort,to get ." )
"r served an annual two weeks active gives them the opportunity to receive We are meeting new Regular and good flying weather VF. the 100-hour mark aa win '1
I,,. duty period they qualify for their first promotion and Navy' squadron organization quali- 741 should end up this annual year competition for the Nodi et! '
the next higher rating and then their first pay raise in a much fications aa rapidly as we can. By with a good hourly average per Trophy. __ 1
\\II attend drills with their respective shorter space of time. a

JATO Rocket Booster New Type Medical Unit

Uses Smokeless Powder I To Control Pestilence

Washington (AFPS--A new Washington (AFI'S-A) preven-
tive medicine unit of company size
JATO aircraft booster rocket first of several like organizationsnow
which uses smokeless powderand being formed by the Army
weighs much less than Medical Service has arrived in the
present models has been devel- Far East for duty in Korea.
L oped for the Navy for use on MaJ. Gen. Raymond W. Bliss, -
military aircraft. Army Surgeon General, recently
The Army and Air Force alno described the new unit &a succes-
contributed funds for research sor to the malaria survey and con- -
on the new JATO units, and aJl trol detachments which played
three Senic.Ill use them. key roles in the Southwest Pacific
The new JATO (jet assisted during World War n.
take-off) booster rocket's use of
smokeless powder will be partic-
ularly advantageous aboard air- I smoke given off by units now In I
craft earners, where clouds of use may hamper operations.







WNAV WNAV-TV FORM DIVISION X-Two members of Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit's new
Division X are shown receiving instructions from Claude Oliver DM2, of the NARTU aviation
technical training staff The "Weekend Warrior" students are, Vernon Saunders, ADEAN and Wal- .
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l>outona, Calif. (Al<'1';;) Six- A Happy Thanksgiving to all of
I., teen blue ribbons were won by you from all of us!
men on Ladies' Day at the Los Monday morning was certainly
Angeles County Fair. "Blue Monday" around this de-

I partment. Laurie Rosenburg was
Nacogdoches, Tex. (AFPS) on jury duty, Edith Wewer and J.
While stopping to get a chicken Herschel Lee were on sick leave,
j Richard Simpson helped extinguish as was Helen Roberts Merry
\ flames consuming his neigh Acuff had lost $70, and all her
bor's house. When he returned
. valuable papers over the week-
: i+ home, he found his house hade end and we were without a messenger
burned. ( for DuPont Forest resigned -
as of last Triday to join the
"' Boston (AFPS) In a local Army.

night club, the following announce
,\ r ment came over the loud speaker: However, we were glad to see
s "Will the owner of auto with license Lt. (jg) Wilcox, Maintenance su-
number K99020 please go perintendent, back at his desk
i from leave after a pleasure trip
out and move car? You are
your Correctly identify these planes and win prize.
a down the state with the Missus.
i parked over an open manhole and __ __ ___ _______ Lt. Assistant Maintenance
n -- -- ------ (jg) Hill -
repairmen would like' to come up
and go home" Make Sure Of The Right Target superintendent, took a nice
trip to Mobile over the weekendto

Hrtldrodge, Nrb. (API'S)-During bring back his wife and child
local service club dinner who have been visiting their families -
a ,
'I' several guests arrived late Apologizing Know Your Aircraft? Commence Firing! .

Lt, Nicholson the week-
: for coming In mid-way spent
through the meal, they sat down, end in Lake City where his wife
r Imagine yourself as an I( let go. to which they belong. 2, Phone
ate and after dessert found they and daughter are visiting relatives
were at the wrong meeting. aerial gunner or fighter pilot If you score a bullseye then your answer to the Jax Air Newsat Tom Andreu of Trans-

and suddenly you spot the I jou'll not only have proven your Extension 216. Because some portation lost a brand new Dobbs

Chicago (AITS) Mrs. Eileen pictured aircraft (above) I I skill and knowledge of aircraft personnel recejve their Air News hat, given him by his wife, at the

Barrett was granted a ..divorce bearing in on you from dif identification but you'll find your- before others do, no answers for last Public Works dance If anyone
when she related that every time this contest will be has a hat that might be Tom s,
she tried to eat, her husband hit ferent quadrants.Which self the possessor of a coupon en- 1530 of the accepted the Air Newsis priorto how about contacting him at
would you open fire on? titling you to a $3.00 reduction on
her in the stomach to lighten some distributed. Transportation, extension 431.
of her 200 pounds. Be careful, for if you don't any purchase at Malnslde Navy --x-
Exchange. 3, In the event
know your aircraft identificationyou no one answers
Indianapolis, Ind. (AFl'S- might make a tragic mistake Contest Rues the week's quiz correctly the Plan To CloseSguantum
Harry Brooks was fined by Mu- and shoot down a friendly aircraft Rules for this contest are easy award will be cumulative and the
nicipal Judge Joseph M. Howardon When you think you have the to follow. Here's all you have to next winner will take the built-up
charges of speeding Brooks right targets( ) and the correct do: 1. Identify the pictured air- jackpot. BaseThe
listed his occupation In the court range and think you are ready to craft by type, such as fighter, You have the range and deflec-
#" record as "race driver" commence firing then call the Jax bomber, etc, by designation, suchas tion, let's begin firing and see who I
Air News at Extension 216 and F4U, and finally the countryThornhill's the expert gunner Is this week. I Navy plans to move its Na-

Fort hood Texas (AFPS) vy and Marine air reserve activi-
Brig Gen Rupert E. Starr, acting I ties from the Naval Air Station,
Harry C. Fcatherolf it might justas Bond To Plan To Appoint Squantum, Massachusetts to the
well be Not so long ago he Naval Air Facility at South Wey-
was ready to return to work for Number Of PO'sTo : mouth, Massachusetts

the first time in four months. His. The move is being planned on
right leg had healed sufficiently Here Next Week'Composerarranger CommissionsThe recommendation of the Civil
f ., after being broken in a motorcycle I Ploy Aeronautics Administration,
accident The day he was to Navy Department is con- whose Airport Use Committee

report for work as a truck driver I and pianist par excellence Claude Thornhill, sidering a plan to appoint dur- conducted a survey of air trafficin
he slipped on a rug at home and ing 1951, a considerable num- the Boston area and recommended
will his fine orchestra to the
Naval Air
bring Station next week for
fell DIagnosis-broken leg. The ber of CPO's and Petty Offi- that flight operations be
right one. a two-night performance, playing for dancing for the Officers at the cers first class to the temporary reduced in density to increase the

Officers' Club next Wednesday and for enlisted men on Thursdayat commissioned grade of En- safety m rgin.

.>>. Pearl Harbor, T. II. (AFPS the Mainside Auditorium.The sign and to warrant grades Air traffic from Logan International -
The Navy is organizing an Escort i second top band attractionto Evaluation sheets for CPO's Airport, Boston, and the
Division here with a comple-I appear at NAS within a month jiginal musical offerings among and PO's first submitted pre- Navy's Squantum field are in con-
ment of six destroyer-type ships. the Thornhill Band, featuring the : modern dance bands. The orches- viously and the one to be sub- flict, according to the Commit-
JO'-, Five of the ships are re-acti. piano playing of Claude Thorn- tra has which includes mitted on January 15 will be tee's report. Only reserve squad-
vated destroyers converted for _. __ ,... the basis for the selection. Se- rons are using the Squantumfield
anti-submarine duty and one is .u.' '.. five reeds, six brass and four rhy- lections will be made during presently and after they
a new "killer" type destroyer.The thm, plus the leader's eloquent pi March 1951 and appointments move the field will be closed entirely

anti-submarine destroyers, ano. effected during fiscal 1952ModifieTVersion to any flight operations.In .

USS Fletcher; USS Radford, USS Has Fine RecordingsThe addition, a lighter-than-air
USS Epperson, will be joined by 1 Thornhill band's renditionof Of squadron, which has experienced
the "killer" destroyer USS Carpenter [ such numbers as "Where or difficulty in operating its blimp
in forming Escort Div. When" "Autumn Nocturne," Colt Gun Designed from the Squantum field, would
"Moonlight Bay", "Johnson Rag", have better facilities, including a
"Raindrop Serenade", "Sugar Foot Hartford, Conn. (API'S) A blimp hangar, available at the
Ladies Sodality Rag" and many many others have new, lightweight hand gun In- South Weymouth field.
gained tremendous popularity and tended primarily as a weapon for Development of South Weymouth
Hears Committee he plays them all at request of the military use is now being made and relocation of the reserve -
r dancing patrons by the Colt Manufacturing Com- units will enable them to

ConfabThe Appearing with Claude Thorn- pany here. maintain their high state of read-
Reports at .
.. ,.1. 1t. .' hill is one of the top vocalists of The (gun Is a modified versionof iness and operate modern aircraft
"' / the circuit, Russ McIntyre, and the official U.S. Armed with greater efficiency and safe-
Ladies Sodality of St. Ed- the Snowflakes. Force sidearms, the Colt .45 automatic .
t" \
wards Chapel held its monthly
meeting last Wednesday with > tI t\ Many of Navy personnel can re- pistol. The new model -x- t't'ty.
receiver and spring hous- Taipei Formosa (AFPS)-Chi-
call seeing Thornhill perform over- uses a <<
Mrs. Stella Lodesky prefect, presiding >
,'- .. made of high strength aluminum nese Nationalist soldiers will receive I
with Vice-Prefect : : seas during World War II. As a Ing
together i t f...; forging and weighs no "Dear John" letters, The
r Mrs. Terry Kuckuk and Logan :\t Navy enlisted man he led the Na- alloy !
secretary Mary ..... :. ': : ''' vy's musical combine, the Rangers, only 26 and one-half ounces. provincial government ruled thatno
: W"\i; '' and the Navy built a show around The weapon is chambered for wife may divorce her husband
Father John J. Burns, Catholic j A .+.' him called the "Claude Thornhill the caliber .45 Automatic, caliber' or fiancee break off an engage-
l chaplain! and spiritual director of ;t, ..... >,'. I. All-Star Show" The show fea- .38 Super, and 9mm. Parabellum ment with a man on active mili-
the opened the meetingwith
noun tured such stars as Dennis Day. cartridges. tary duty..
a after which reports
Claude Thornhill
were given by the committee I I AFPS t I I II
chairman hill himself, Is considered one of My Friend Irma

Mrs. Ruth Tiva, Eucharistic 'i' the finest in the nation. lIe plays TINO, 111eh WNv DON'T %5i 1 MAY SB WEAK CAM Ow-V FIGHT 1 1o
danceable .
music. ,
chairman, announced that the very LOYs ME, DON'T KNm CNILKENiI MARRY Mf JJ s. SFOKS LON01
sodality is now enrolled in the I I Hand of The Year

league of the Sacred Heart and Thornhill's piano virtuosity and euT, ''I ,
encouraged attendance at the first I I' his arrangement always superb CSCSVd. ((

Friday mass in December. Mrs. I I Iin the past, have been supplemented -
Marilyn Koulek, Our Lady's com- ed new and improved ideas,
nitlleo chairman repotted on the I His recordings yield a continuous SaooOJ \
pucccai of the block Rosary during stream of successive hits and he
the month of October and asked was honored by "Look" magazine I
for the group's cooperation in I which selected his organization as
Belting goods at the Mission.A : "The Band of the Year" o NXTiU( Ic

report on the visitation of the Immediately recognized by the
filch at the Naval Hospital and beautiful theme "Snowfall," AFP5

tho care of tho Nursery was made 'I Thornhill's band and its unique or- I Bugs Bunny ___ 41
by Mm Lucille Carpenter of the
chestrations still the most
distribution are or- OO IN AMP HOLD TM 65T THAT PALL DOWN 50 j i II I
AjioliHtic Committee. The
of Catholic literature was TRIM TO KICK a ,: :
reported by Mrs. Laura Romine rHA Meets TuesdayElmer A 6oAL1 HiLP S COACH1B/OKAY, T'M soNIRVOU{
and the Social Life Committee f m'M ALL
re- Kelley, city-county vet TF.UMPlI i
j,irtocl receptions.A eran's Service officer, will be the weLL ONtaF THArs I ;
WAY0'00w5' 9
shower is being planned for guest speaker at a meeting of J
the School Sisters at St. Paul's Branch 91, Fleet Reserve Associa- a., i,1
before Christmas by the parentsof tion, November 28 at the DAV
children attending the school. hall
The evening's speaker was Rev. Kelley will outline items of the 5 l 9 I

Joseph Corde, pastor of St. Mat- GI Bill of Rights, pointing out N N
thew's Church who spoke of his veterans benefits. The Ladies Unitof
travels in Europe, and his attend Branch 91 has been invited. All ,
ance of the Holy Yea" celebrationin Navy men and their wives are also
Home. invited to attend.


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I': ; 1fl : Mutual Death

,Benefit Unit

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HERE AND THERE Employees' Mutual Death

: ',- ': Benefit Society has presented an. ..._
Know '. .., ,
why the faucet drips' ti other check to the beneficiary ofa -

Because it can't sniff. deceased member of the Society,

the fifth wince the program was t
A sweet little miss was Ruth inaugurated here

Lie In accordance with the bylawsof
And she went motorcycling with the Society, a check in the

me; amount of $1,086 has been presented -
We hit a bad bump, to the beneficiary of George

And I like a chump, H. Clarke, check number 19-91849,
Rode six or eight miles Ruth ;\ Quarter man Laborer, Supply Department -
)lessly."Mother. $ who died on Nov. 11. "s r
The amount of the check represents
: 'Do you like your new an amount equal to $1.00 I
nurse.. Jimmy?" per member In the Society at the

Jimmy: "No, I hate her I'd Lr time of death :7. _
like to grab her and bite her As a result of this payment by I
neck like Daddy does." the Society, members will now be

<,' assessed 51.10 which will be due I

Blonde: "Would you kill yourself and payable within ten working :
if I didn't go out with your"Marine days after notice of assessment be- I
ing due and payable. !'or'"this
: "That's my usual!': prac J I
tice" purpose, the ten-day period willbegin
the day following date oft

the announcement of the Society's
"AH beasts declares
men are memorandum
No. 4. In this case
8 Broadway show girl, "But" you assessments must be paid by the ._ ..
know how I love animals.
close of business on November 29 '.
.. .
4at b I --- -
A Jacksonville sailor passed Extra Brain Aids Jets

away and upon arriving at the A SAD, SAD TALE-This is not a congregation of planners, it's a mutual society of mourners
gates! of his eternal home, remarked of those who are suffering: under the government's new policy on allotments. Fred Rosenmund, In Inclement Weather

at the gates of his eternal ADC, at table, left, looks mournfully at his weekly one dollar alowance from momma; John Kin- I Great Neck, I.. I. (AFPS) _
home: "Gee, I never thought I caid, YNC, plots his financial status on I paper, while Chief Comer Mahone (wiping eyes) is all brokenup I America's fastest fighting plane- _

heaven "would so much like about It. Joe Conley, BM1, far right, counts his pennies to try to squeeze an extra "short one," the jets-aie being equipped withan
Florida." while Lc'dr, Arnie Downs, stands by, center, with the crying towel. Taking it all in, because! he's "extra brain" to make flying
"Son. said the man at "the gate free and single-is Joe Krause, SKI, standing left and gives them all no sympathy. All are from I possible in the worst of weuther
sadly I "this ain't heaven. Fleet Air Wing Eleven. conditions 10
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----- -- --- The
-- -- -- -- ------- "extra brain, known offU
So you claim the defendant __ dally the
as is development
h zero leader a
ftole your money from )'ourftc'king I New Blackout Out l of the Sperry Gyroscope -

Then Yes, your why? honor.didn't you resist i "And The Tears Flowed Like Wine""Holdout Tested!, For Pilots i with military Company. and, commercial in cooperation organizations. -.5 ...

Well how did I know he was death Randolph ATM 1VAFPS: )- I It is used to help the pilot take
money" was dealt a blow last payday.
after my money? | The Air Force School of Aviation off or land in soupy weather
The fin tucked so neatly away under the picture of mama Medicine here has developed a new I condition that in the past has

1 Visitor: "Sonny" what's the and junior is no more. Due to the government's new policy on i type of oximeter called a photoelectric I slowed up operations of ground ,

I noise upstairs? allotments, mama not only makes out the plan of the day,-- [1 warning device. This new I troops because they had no aerial
Sonny: "Ma's draggin'" pa'spants "she now controls disbursing You see, now tjie allotments electronic instrument warns a pilot support.
across the floor. j when -ht' is in danger of "black- -- -.--- -- .
Visitor! : "That shouldn't make are sent directly mama.: ing out" for lack of oxygen t

that much noise.' The Immediate problem now confronting the "blown bagger"Is The photoelectric cell i b built Champ Clam Eater

Sonny! : "I know, but pa'sin not how much he can hold out-it's how much he can wheedleout 'Into the pilot's helmet and attached .- .

'em. The "brown bagger" still wears the pants in the family to the shell of his ear. The Atlantic City, N. J, (AFPS)- .. .,
-but alas, the imp9rtant light rear pocket is empty. cell is then connected to a red Remember the old cry, "Break up
Social Worker: "Will you do- Until the lads figure out a safe way -- those extra "short ones" ,light on the instrumental panel. If I the Yankees"? Well elam eating
nate something to the Old Ladies with the boys have now come to a wailing halt his oxygen supply becomes reduced contestants are hollering, "Break .
Home?" |j his blood, Instead of remain- :I up Weintraub." Israel Weintraub

Chief: "Sure take my mother- -- -- -- -- - --- B ing a bright red, becomes dark 53-year-old bus driver, (copped
in-law.) .. and this is recorded on the electric the clam eating championship for

cell through his translucent earlobe the seventh time in eight years
,ADI : "Do" you Ml your wife Crossword Puzzle and causes a red warning by downing 126 clams in 20 min.

everything ? light to flash on the Instrumental utes, topping his nearest compete -
ADC: "Haw. What she does- ... ...
ACROSS 1 j :: ; 4o 1 8 9 10 panel. tor by 36 clams. "I wasn't even
I n't know won't hurt me. 1Pronoun4Parent "
pressed this was Wemtraub's -
- -- rolloq) I. The pilot then takes whatever year
; 6-ln""lratiOll II 1'1 03 'Of corrective action is necessary, usually victonus comment
t 1-8.plt.ra..d.
--xFloating -
II-Buy back descending to ji lower altitude. -
Jr.-Man' 'rs 1II'k ,,7 I. Bottle Found

II-Made nam.amends '9" so 'l'1, on Wafer After :W"}'ear Drift \' p..
J8-SmaU I'and'h' Can't Drill For
a It-Rennt Sidney: Australia. (AKI'S) A
2l-War god 2; IN TS I b n 7Y22Nega
t eve281)ueharge AIwa 's Comes Up Oil message chopped in a bottle In

79 jO 7./ // jj i2 V3 Philadelphia (AFPS) The mld-I'a<'ific 20 yeais ago wan
28-Imprisonment / Vh found lecently on Wreck Beach
'l8-Bea ma prince was inspecting this city'swater
31-Har"t'JIt jti / 3! 340 !7 'ltI VJ9: : plants and pumping sta- near here. It asked the finder to
I\-Nol.: of scale' the United States
/ // r/.I: T: tions to learn ways of bringing notify hydrographic -
J6-Born 'a 'l..l: N,7/ : "/.1..1. n 4le-Above water to his country. He was office in Washington. It
s+ .ww t U-Mualc: a. / /; /- 'I read: *
",=f Prince Fahad al Salim of Kuwait,
r written yf 'ilo//: ';1 .8 'iq "You will thereby assist In the
Arabia who later told
a8PrepoeltionI65a1.ta /.: Major verification of the circulation ofxean
'" .
Bernard Samuel -
U-RkUlan So ,St "/.1. S2 /h', !I'I 55 I cunents. Your service will
volcano 'lh'h 'We don't have any (water). be t very much appreciated by all !. zi
.\ 4-Ceremony ,e 59 bo47ml. Every time we drill for water mAriner[ ;! .
/6-Seine 0 1 i ..
we strike oil I Ix -- ./
i .r-.rsb
1 I b2 43 4t'f
forruthenium I. Never end a boy to do a man'sjob
::1': -.' SL-Esker About 60! per cent of China's ; but be patient with him if
.r 82eutb6Candid: 6S b1 population are farmers.!: he wants to learn.
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; 6&-lnaulrualecl _,.. _._ __r coyFM '
60-Roman gods 21-GI"e 105th '8-<'"rt --k -. > ;;
81-Conlradlctlon 5-Wor..hlp U-Ah'ob.lIc .fI-Ohlll.rale ,-
fl-Mldw.atern -lroRa beverage tJ-Yruh-wue' ; -
Indiana mua..1@undrl.d : : : .
1-Nol. of acale: 211-D"lallon
''-. brick I-Non. god Sli-Part of C'huchRI",., Inli6 r" .
- '7- alln metal 50-Lamprey 16-Grtela 'letter 66-Sattat I loua12byrrtol
: for 87-Make SS-Hipotbetlca' '
DOWN tantalum hlh-mlr.d.cI force .
t4-Prt.nCJun 42-I'outh African r.1-Edlbl. reed
I" 1-Rearp auCI8. IT-AI foa U-Smbol fo11cbu.t "
it J4 J- )- J6-A.kew 44-0lrlln. aodlumi 4I
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i Y I Officers Wives To 'Automatic Pilot : e J

< I{I ,
Zs Meet December 6 For Helicopters !

All officers wives are urged to UnhlnKl4 (API'SThe) first

j attend the regular monthly luncheon I| successful automatic! pilot for hel-
December 6 at 1300) at theOfficers'
: '
Club. : hopt.r.R device that I is expected

I( ''to increase the utility of rotor
Officer for the January to June
I term will be elected at this meet I wing aircraft, has been developed

Ing and entertainment will Include | by the Navy,

ft bingo party, featuring free bin ,
![ Routine operation of helicoptersat
cards with Christmas packages _r:
go "!"instrument"
night or during
a* prizes.. weather, heretofore considered unsafe ::
OH HAPPY UAl"-Display.! R -n-rvationp can lie made by due to difficulty in stability

ing her, talents I in a forthcoming I calling' the! "O" club, Extension I control, will now be routine f1'j ,
61M. Recent tests' conducted on two
Warning, is I
film Doris Day, In the production. -----r------ .. .type of htlicoptffS] demonstrated,! LOOK, NO HANDS-Navy pilot George Kennison, with( 'no
b 'y vocalist Doris will play her first i Four score and seven years ego that' the craft could be Automatically hands touching controls, tests. first successful automatic pilot for j

.dramatic role. Advance on Nov 19. JJ)63) Abraham ccWiollcd throughout their 1 helicopters. The device, which permits normal instrument flights -t
piraight loe n't say she'll near I Lincoln dcliveif his immortal I'I flrfnln t'fI, in maneuvers!!, 'fend I ana reduces the factor of pilot fatigue, Is ex pet.led to widen the

, x this nullicity In the, movie. I II Gettysburg address. while. )llYf-rinf, rang .t helicopter twlulnetw.I" .

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22 November 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page FiveIDELIGIITS
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I. : Tasty Thanksgiving Menu Awaits

HAS Personnel At Noon Thursday

I A tasty elaborate traditional Thanksgiving dinner, complete with
I turkey and all the trimmings, Is' In store for personnel who will dine

For the past several weeks Supply's aboard Thursday at the Mainside mess
linksmen have been I Some 2,000 pounds of turkey, about one pound per man, plus!
super 800 pounds of Irish potatoes 600 pounds of sweet potatoes, 300 poundsof
"r battling it out with other Departments -
]lettuce and fresh vegetables, 300 pounds of fruit cake, plus hundreds
match best ball
a play
of pounds of other foods, will be made available to those personnel
in effort to
golf tournament an
Qh who will devour the noon-day meal prepared by personnel of
snare the pennant for the "American
General Mess of the Commissary Department
League. The eight-man I
team was paired off with Lcdr Me- TIIANKSiilVINft, MKMJ;
Williams and Chief John Adams;
Lcdr Snyder and Red Wade, AH2; Turkey Consomme Saltines Sweet' Pickles
Capt. Gingrich and Comdr Loring,
and Lt. Babbitt and Lewis Crozier, Roast Young Tom Turkey

a ADI. : Southern Dressing Cranberry Sauce Giblet GravyGleamed
e In evidence that the race was
close, Supply held first place until, Mashed Potatoes Thousand Island Dressing
I thrown from this pinnacle by a defeat I
at the hands of the Hospital. Candied Yams Green Garden Peas Heart ""of Lettuce

..,- The Medics, however, were themselves a > Hard Sauce
I .r' .. sat I Salad Bar Parker House Rolls
defeated' by Operations In a
re-play of a contested match.Operations' i ... Pumpkin and Mince Pie Fruit Cake

;, success' was responsible I TURKEYS AND MORE TURKEY?-Acting "Pay Clerk Sam Butler.
for pushing Supply back into 1 Gertsl, left, and Sam Shook, CS1, of the Commissary division, White and Dark Bread Coffee
I the top shelf., i begin to unpack and examine the hundreds of turkeys which will I' Nuts Fruit Cigars Cigarettes Candy
I To ef rtm their gratitude to be prepared for the big Turkey Day dinner at the main mess. Some
Operations properly, Supply calledon 2,000 pounds of Turkey is to be served at the traditional feast here
Its poet 'laureate to pen a few ., -- --- -- Reactivate Alaska Base
lines Wrote Diggett: Navy Wives Club 1

.. "The lights were shining brightly, : Lt. White Joins Anchorage, Alaska (AFPS) -
Due to marked' Increases in Army
.. All instruments In place; II Nursery AcquiresNew
The glow of satisfaction i activities in this area, a new military
Lit up the surgeon's face. Air Wing Staff NOTES Supervisor post adjoining Elmendoif
His stance Was poor I, Air Force' Base, has been reacti

His hook proved bad Lt. Robert C. White, recently re- The club is holding a special I I Mrs Linda Forsyth has taken vated.It .
His face reflected green; called to active duty, has been' assigned Thanksgiving dinner for CF'O'sand is Fort Richardson, an Army
He over loked a vital point;"" as Aerology officer on the guests. Prices will be one t over the duties of supervisor of Post, and is the home of the Sec
. The Operations' team. staff' of Fleet Air Wing Eleven dollar for adults and 60 cents for I the station Nursery, replacingMrs. ond Task Force commanded by

So now the story closes A native of St. Louis, Mo., Lt. children. Reservations may be I Gen R Cheshire who has resigned Col. Garnett H. Wilson.' He also
Supply's back in the play, White entered' the Navy in 1942. obtained from Jim Chestnut, club i from the post after two 'will command the post.
With thanks to Operation After taking a postgrad course In treasurer. i x
It and half
,. ,,\.1 We're on the green to stay." I Aerology at the Naval Academy, The management was very gratified I The a years. organized in Silly Signs Give Snicker,
OK| >ration* lost no time in cashing I he was assigned to duty at NAS at the large attendance at Nursery was
In on their minor victory and Oakland, Calif. From there he the weekly dance last Saturday 1947, and was brought to a self. Sometimes Effective, Too ,-
basis under the administration
Supply's: gratitude, and replied in was transferred to Naval Group Bingo Friday and dance Sat- supporting of Mrs. Cheshire. It was I Signs seen' 'round the nation: ,
metered thyme which concluded: China under the command of Rear urday, with Bee Haven's orchestra In Milwaukee appliance store:
she who instituted the Junior kindergarten I
.' ... "Alas and alack' when the shoot- Adm R. E. Miles providing the music The"special" about a year ago, and "Don't kill your wife. Let us do
Ing was o'er for will be delayed "
Saturday I the dirty work.
which now enrolls about 85 children -
The Hospital led not the field any temporarily with an average daily overflow I, In the outskirts of a small ConI .
more. I Attendance at the weekly board of 10 to 15 babies In addition I' necticut town: "Drive CarefullyThis -.
Who came surging In from the I meetings has dropped considerably.. the Nursery cares for between Is a One Hearse Town."
rear The holiday parties are in the 30 and 35 older children. In a New York grocery store:
But Supply for the cost of just : making and suggestions will be an I From the Initial groundwork I "Be Like Robinson Crusoe-Have '
one case of beer. aid to the board (they won't be Most of Your Shopping Done by
t I;;:: I laid by Mrs. Cheshire, the Nursery "
Incidentally, Supply pajd off. '\ after the Friday.
parties are planned I II m08'tploje'ts
I has developed' Into one of the
rraft9i.Mttf.: i.agt Friday's Division Bring suggestions in Monday night j I On a newly-planted lawn at
.. \ "' I outstanding on the station -
pal'ty*\ 'as a tribute to the at 2000. Wellesley College: "I want to be
I enabled'
\, Navy wives are to I "
hard-woiklng committee who planned > t a Lawn.
c .,; Taps For A Shipmate. J. Pilling leave their youngsters in good
and and carried dance out shindig the successfuldine . ," : HMC passed away November hands at any time during the day I Origin Of Silver Star
Harold Bridges, (South area ,j ': lt 4 and was put to rest at Oak- and at night except on Mondays Washington (AKI'S) Every
loaded his car last Saturday with \: < lawn Cemetery. Captain Dittmar I while they /shop, hold down jobsor Serviceman knows! the Silver Star
John Sladickl, Frank Trent, Pet I \ ." "k':"" held the' services, A veteran of 21 go to a movie, ,Its one of the nation's highest
Hariismov Robert Guinn, Bill I '\ years in the Navy, Pilling is survived I The Nursery is sponsored' by the awards for bravery in battle. Few,
Stroh, and James Wilson and drove by his wife Evelyn' Navy Wives Club, under the direction however, know this decoration\ originated -
over to Tallahassee for Bradshaw's : -- : of Mrs. Juanita Shuller who as a written citation, and
which took late :11. is president of the organization.. not as a medal. In 1936, an act of
wedding place 1\[\ : I
.. .... Saturday afternoon. Brad and his I' 'QJ : 'J This Proves That : -- ---- --- Congress authorized issue of the
# britle are currently honeymooning L I ribbon.In present' day'Silver Star medal and

nt Sea Island? ,Ga' .. Andrew I .' dt2I You Smokers Don'tKnow New Propeller .
-- --
"CuddlE''a bon. AK2c, is TAD "
ing: in Green Cove Springs for a I Tobacco Reno, Nev, six eeks' residence .
few weeks. I May Increase IS required to obtain a divorce -
.... ."( Born: To the Harry Dowlingshe 'I Lt. Robert WhiteLt. I II Raleigh! N. C!, (AFPS) The ;l but it requires six months'
( of Accounting, ), a boy; Kent White had an extensive tour following mixture, prepared by Speed Of Planes residence to get a hunting license.
Worthington . Died: John I of duty during his stay in Northeast an Army sergeant' discourage --- -- -- --

Quincy Sharpe, father of Supply's j China, near the Gobi desert ,1 a friend's disagreeable habit of I I ('8"' ",l'II. N. J. (API'S: ) New- Feast
Administrate Officer, last Thurs His duties consisted' of setting up mooching pipe tobacco, should type airplane propellers which will Holiday
day night: of coronary thrombosis. Navy Aerology stations carryingout I have worked' : enable planes to fly at speeds up
:Mr. Sharp was an ex-Supplyerwho this task until the end of the I A small' || quantity of toillu''o; to l,()(() miles an hour, when engines Takes
left a little over a year ago war. H* returned to the states file rubber hands; fight, match and planes' can be built to Long,
i the latter part of 1945. head, ; two I IU of hair (one, match are being designed by the
Arctic Troops Get NewT Before being ordered to dutywith I blond and! Ollt' brunette) ; a tea Curt u.s.Wright Corporation here. ''Hard WorkIt's

.Fleet Air King 11. Lt. White I I spoonful| of lint; a batch of |x>n- Already In production are pro-
'pe Exposure Suit was active with Naval Air Reserve' ell sharpening; the powder ix-llrr <' 4>able of Increasingklfedi nice to sit'down at the gen-

I Akron Onto (AFPS) Armed Unit at NAS St. Louis from a shotgun shell. by 100 to 10 mile an eral mess and enjoy the sumptuously

Forces personnel serving in Arc The result The chisler. lighted ) 'hour, the company. ald. prepared Thanksgiving Dinner -
tic areas are getting a new type up and puffed contendedly The new model are designed to but few people realize the
of exposure suit made of a rubberized Tighten Regs ForCommissioning An hour later he was back to be used with turboprop enginesof work and long hours involved in
fabric that remains serviceable mooch a refill, from 2,500 to 20,000 horsepow preparing and serving a holiday
even in 85 below zero -- They are being tested by the Air dinner for a large mess.

temperatures. .I Of The Great Wall of China is Materiel Command of the Air I, Long after most folks are at
The new material is impregnated 1,500 miles long. Force at Wright-Patterson AFB home and in bed, the ship's cooksare
with a specially compounded at work roasting off about 2-
Naval Medics
type of man-made rubber. 000 pounds of young Tom turkeyIn
One 01 the chief problems of
our, Armed Forces in World War I The Navy today stopped accepting preparation Day dinner for a gala Thanksgiving 1
11 stemmed from the breakdownof applications for commissions
rubber products used in the Iln( the Medical and Dental Corps of The Commissary department,
A retro.HE'S the Naval Reserve and In the Dental under the supervision of Lcdr.
.J Corps of the regular Navy Guy N, Stroud, wIth the assistance .
GOT IT FIGURED OUT I from doctors" and dentists who are of Pad Samuel Gerstl, is

Kansas City, I usually considered quite a comedown I Selective Service Act, one of the finest holiday
to More than treats to be served aboard NAS. .
for a detective to go tack enough applicationsare
wearing uniform and pounding i I on hand, the Navy Bureau of Adding to the holiday atmos
a beat However, Lawrence Hanks, Personnel announced, to fill "prl-|I phere, the mess hall will be fes
a defective here ,nine years, requested ority one" quotas alloted to the i lively decorated with torn stalks
( and received a demotion\ ,: Navy by Defense Department regulations I .r and the tables will be centered
patrolman. I established' under the act with pumpkins, dressed turkeysand

hanks explained that a patrol 'I Applications already accepted by a forty pound garnisheU
man is furnished his uniform 'Offices of Naval Officer Procurement dressed pig.
J .. while a detective has to buy his (I will, however, continue to be I I Ipr In the vegetable preparationroom
'. own business' suits. He said' it costs 'ot'esed. J the boys will be cleaningand
Mm $100. for a suit to fit his 2M I Included( ,in "priority one" al"f'i 1doctors I preparing about 800 poundsof
pound frame and he simply can't and dentrsta'who' i I Irish( potatoes: 600 pounds ol
afford it on his $260 per month paled in the Navy's 'V-12 partl'I'1 j sweet potatoes, 300 pounds of lettuce .

salary._. _. ; Jar college programs during World I and fresh vegetables for tin/
-- I War II and others' who were deferred attractive salad bar. :
Advance Notice! from service to continue I j Meanwhile in the bake shop
I educations. Those with less than ) : the bakers will be preparing 300
Springfield 111. ( A F J' S ) I W) day l of active\ duty following AIRS 'a pounds of fruit cake, both ,white
"When we have the H-bomb, then release' from the programs or completion and dark bread, Parker House
everyone will be cremated equally of courses fall within t the rolls and mince and pumpkin
," was the fiery and doleful category. THE BOXER U. S. aircraft carrier, Boxer with her crew pies.Each
notice outside a local church. "- spilling out her name on the flight deck steams into San Fran- person will be presented
r,_ ,,,,,t ----x---- There's the guy who wouldn't CIMO hay She"returned lo II. S. after a long lour in the Orient with a package of cigarettes! a
It is estimated" that there are buy his girl a parasol-he told where her planes. saw action in Korea. DrjilwU) and overhaul are cigar a''i pond of mixed nuts j '
4,860,000 Boy Scouts in the world. her shady stories jn"ttad. next an her schedule. I and randy

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II All-American Question I Scores High Individual I

frank McCaffrey, coachof ball coach at the University of In

various sporting activi- Michigan. I '
ties at NAS provided the Since our readers' have their Bowling League V*
power of concentration on football
first correct answer to last at this time, We'll stick to High individual
week's Jax Air News Sports that trend of thought. lighted intra mural scores" high* .
Quiz with the twinkling of Now here's this week's quiz: league play last week as the race ,
What college has had the for top honors in
an eye. McCaffrey not only the National
most All American football
League grew tighter, while the
provided the first correct
players and how many? American
League lead
answer he was the only The first correct answer winsa hands. changed'

(Editor :Note: From time to tim the .lax Air New will feature special one to give a correct an free full course meal at the Hottest race appears in the Na.
rue t porte column penned by outstanding sport' writer and radio swer. Civilian Cafeteria, good any tional League with ComFairJax
ftporti announcer In this area. Opinion "prl'uf'd In thl* column are' those day of the week.
of the author and not those of the .laAir' >f'''i. Toll.,)"'. Time Out It written The and Fleet Air Wing Eleven lead.
by Harry Talbert, are sport announcer of radio nation WMliK correct answer to the Send in your answer to the ing the way with 24 points apiece. ,
puzzler: "Do you know the Jax Air News office, room 123, Hot on the leaders heels with
name of the present Big Nine in the main administration
1IAKKY TALBEKT 23 points _
By comes Operations ,and _.
(Sports Director of WMIIK) football coach who once teamed building or call extension 216 O&R. FAW-11 picked up six .. ,
with Benny Friedman in or 8134. No answers will be points last week to
move from
one of the game's most famous accepted before 1500 to allowan
Since writing a "guest-column" for the Jax Air News passing combinations," was equal distribution of the I the fourth staff place into a deadlock with

upsets, in a small measure, my regular routine of beatingmy Bennie Oosterbaan, head foot- Air News. & R into keglers the runner-up and knocked spot. O

gums behind a microphone or beating the pavement in In the American League, VF-

behalf of radio advertising, let's talk for a while about upsets 7 Returnees Form NucleusOf 12 overhauled and passed the .
on the gridiron. NARTU Marines, copping the

We have been fortunate this year in picking two or Varsitv Caae CombineDivotdiggers American points, while loop the lead former with league 34

three upsets, including Miami over Purdue and Florida over -- - leaders picked up three points. t .
I Vandy. We naturally took the opportunity to crow a bit Frank :McCaffrey, director Pasco played with the Norfolk Third place is sewed up in a' .

about this ; and we were just as naturally ribbed by a few of station intra-mural sports quint and made the All-Navy five deadlock and between the pinsters of

fans here and there. has taken over the reins of for two years. Supply Personnel. .
High of
game the week went.
Schott .0
boasts most of the height
Now, when anybody calls you lucky after picking an the 1950-51 Jax Navy cagers for the Jax Navy five, ranging to the Marines' Burkhart, who

upset, you gotta look sharp, be sharp, and defend yourself. an with a nucleus of seven of 6'-3". McCaffrey reports the tall rolled 229. The Leathernecks ,o _,.
You gotta dig up some plausible reasons, make yourself last year's basketeers hopesto center candidate is a little heavy, copped more honors as they -

sound like an authority, and hope to high heaven they don't build a top service quintetto but figures by the time the season's swept week with the 2396.high Rurkhart series for madea the
rolls around Schott'sweight
ask you about that long list of games you missed. Then, if meet this year's tough opener will be trimmed. Althoughthe strong bid for high set with a

you do sell 'em on the idea that you knew what you were schedule. locals lack overall height, the 553.The
doing when you picked the upset, you go home quietly and After vigorous practice sessions head mentor anticipates a speedy high set race this week
i that combine to make for the lack was close all the way with four
try to live with your conscience. began October 30, the locals up
gradually begin to take shape in of height. When the season opens bowlers making their bid with
Pointers On Picking An UpsetIf pointing for their season's opener next month, the locals will be over 500. Winner, however, wasComFairJax's
with Stetson University, Decem- flooring a squad ranging near the Webb with 566, iO
should be figuring picking upset before the
you on followed Collins of
ber 6. This year's schedule includes six-foot mark. by Operations, ..
i season is over, let me offer the following ideas, which you several top college com- Promising CandidatesIn I with 559 Barker of VF-13 with

are welcome to use at your own risk. bines in the Southeast and is'perhaps recent scrimmages with the 557 and Burkhart, Marines, with a .

Upsets are built up, as we see it, by two sets of factors the toughest card since the Jacksonville House of David 553.Although Burkhart rolled high .
hoopsters, the locals had trouble
physical and psychological with the psychological years.
Seven Returnees combatting the 6'-6" height of game of the week Webb of Com- .
heavily outweighing the physical.On Returnees from last year's several of the bearded men, but FairJax also joined the "200 Club"
the physical side, there are only a couple of points squad are Red Sheldon. Bob long set shots by Becker and Pas I as he rolled 223 "and 204. Latest .. .
for consideration: Where will the game be played? Who Becker, Chuck Wheeler, Gordon co counted several times. Two additions to the 200 Club" are:
/ twice Schott, Dick Murray, Bruce West- new candidates, Bob McKay and pPAVtr'n'g, 225; Hepfner ..
the ?
are injured players Some teams are almost as I Marines, 217; Mathews 1st "-
also have showed
and already Ray Gay
wood and Bob Bayer prom-
hard to beat on their home fields. A key man injured may these veterans are hitting I ise. Both range near the six-foot Lt. 210; Myers NARTU, 209; An'a
sometimes impair the morale of the whole squad. Tennessee the hoops. Another man who has i mark and Gay at one time played drew'OPAv'1 r'n'g, 208; Hinder-
has a reputation of being unusually]] tough on Shields- seen action with a service quin- I with the University of Kentucky. liter 'A W-11, 207; Wyriek. O & '
Some of the colleges in the R, 203; Reed, VF-12 202; Cimin- j :
tet is "Mutt" Pasco. Last top
,Watkins Field ; and little Jack Hackett's absence was sorely year I' outheast on this year's heavy ero, ComFairJax. 201, and Williams :
felt when Miami was tied by Louisville. I schedule includes: Stetson Uni- Marines, 200. : t':.

As for the psychological factors, beware, my propheticones Green Covers versity, College of Charleston, Intra-mural standings as of rr

beware! Beware even while you are considering them. Georgia State Teachers, Florida Monday Morning: '. .
Look closely at the publicity that is heaped outstanding Southern and University of Flor- AMERICAN LEAGUE \
upon an Snare National ida. W L P !!! 4..:
team. If the newspaper and radio boys sing a VF-12 25 11 34
team's praises too loud, the players may begin to believe NARTU Mar. 25 11 33 ,
f they can be just that hot without the proper amount of fightthat's Golf Bunting Here is the National League Supply 20 16 27 'I
final Personnel 20 16 27.
golf standings: .
carried them where they are. A very dangerous at I from Green Cove Careen Cove ............................5l'! CPO's 19 17 25
titude. Springs brought things in the intramural Vl'-3 -50IJ 1st. Lieut 19 17 24 '
\ Traditional Games golf league to 'a head I FAW-11" '::::::::::::::::::::::::::=::.:::48'!$ VF-14 16 17 20 _

: Unpredictable last week with a photo-finish, edging Cecil Field ............................38 VP-861 13 17. 20
Before you get your upset to proper focus in the crystal past VP-3, to take the top NAKTU ..... ......................._....35Air VC-62 12 18 17.
ball you must consider last week's game. Did the favored spot in the National League. I Group One ................... SS'iFASUon '! Fas 6 Off. 12 18 15
team play a hard game with a traditional rival and win it? Green Cove will now meet the Six ........................13!z VF-42 12 21 16
I American League champions Supply I ComFalrJav .................. ....... .1*
.) Did they easily beat the tail off some foe who was previously I in a playoff for the station VI'-62 ............................ ... 7"j! Sammy Sneiul, a southerner, U
supposed to be in their class? The first situation robs aI intra-mural championship. The Marines ......................... .... 2 often tailed the "Hill-Billy"\
team of a lot of emotional steam : The second breeds over- date of playoff has not been de- ---- goll.
confidence. cided, but will be announced later. I

Now consider next week's On account of tradition Supply finished the American Radio Grid J
game. League race last week, a mere 1'i -- LOP .
or standing in the conference, or for ally other reason, points ahead of last year's cham- .
is next week's game a much more important one than this pions, Hospital, .in a battle downto This week's football card gels College
the wire. underway early with many WPDQ ((600)) Kansas vs. Missouri
:week's for the team getting primed for an upset. Many a The patrolers finished their Thanksgiving Day games being I, Thanksgiving Day. Time:

coach has acquired additional grey in his hair on finding matches prior to the Green Cove played around the nation. On 2:45.: .)0 ,.
his boys pointing ahead to next week's game and forgettingthe Marines match, thus making it tap, starting Thursday afternoon WJHP ((1320) Florida vs.
i one coming up. possible for second place Green and carrying through Sun- Alabama from Gator Bowl, Sat
Cove to slip into top spot with a day afternoon are several of the urday. Time: 1:45.:
Miami looked ahead to Florida and Louisville
possibly forgot
sizzling win over the Leather finest high school, college and WMBR-AM ((1460)CBS) foot-
; Georgia Tech may have looked ahead to Alabama and necks. professional grid games such as ball roundup around. nation.
!. forgot V.M.I.Vha'-hoppen? What about last year's game Cecil Field and Fleet Air Wing Kansas vs. Missouri; Georgia vs. Time: 2:30 p. m.
between our two ball clubs? How hard did this year's underdog Eleven still has a match to play, Furman; Pennsylvania vs. Cornell WMBR-FM-Georgia. Fur
but the National championshipcannot and Florida vs. Alabama. man. Time: 2:00: p. m.WMBRTVPennsylvania..
take last year's defeat? Was it something a wily vs.
be affected by its out High School
"coach could use to taunt his charges into superhuman ef- come. Should FAW-11 win over WJIIP ((1320)-) -Lee vs. Jack Cornell. Time: 1:15: p. m. .

forts? the Cecilites however, picking upa son. Time: 2:15: Thursday after Professional
Some Clubs Are Jinx to Others mere three points, VP-3 will noon. Landon vs. St. Petersburgat WPDQ (600)) Philadelphia.
drop to third place in the final ) Gator Bowl. Time: 8:00: p. m., Eagles vs. New York Giants. '' '
Look for a moment at this season's record of both standings. Friday. Time: 1:55: p. m.

teams. Has the underdog shown any great offensive or de- -x-

fensive power in any one particular game? Could they pos and the same thing happened again to Tennessee's great I NATIONAI.I..EAGUEDOWLlNQ ,

sibly be "up" for sixty minutes at least once during the sea team of 1931. Last year Tennessee spoiled'Ken lucky's fine W L.

son? Has the favorite shown any previous inclination to let record by beating them 6-0. J.<1A w.n 17 16 24

down a little against weak opposition? Finally]] what about So much for our tips on upsets. Use them, as we have O ComFairJax 18 12 24
& R
the traditional aspects of the game? Is it so wrapped in said, at your own risk. Safest thing to do is this: Pick OpAvTr'n'g 18 17 12 10 23 23

tradition that victory would carry with it the impact of a your upset without telling anybody. Seal it in a notarized Marines 17 7 22

successful season regardless of other games? 'envelope. If you're lucky, break the seal before witnesses VF-13 15 12 21

Tennessee and Kentucky, for instance, seem to have a : and tell everybody. If you're not lucky, just burn it and Fas 6 Enl. 12 15 16 ,
1215 15 .
of each other's good seasons. In 1928 f
tradition spoiling say nothing. VP-3 10 8 14 r. :
undefeated Tennessee was tied by the Wildcats; the Vols' ''I'' (Added Note: Talbert. goes out on the limb again this weekto Fas. 109 10 17 13

only blemish the following year was a tie :with Kentucky; pick Tennessee to upset Kentucky. VA-15 8 10 11r i

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Confident Fliers Face List ResultsIn

wMz : Fall CupHandicap ,

'. ," z .. Rival Pensacola CrewWhen

Already the field of 80 orig.

the Fliers trek to Pensacola this week-end for final entries in the station Fall

,. ey the 1950 football finale, all the days of practice and all the Cup handicap tournament at

previous games of the year will be put to a test, in the annual the local links has been narrowed

grid clash between the two all-out rivals. considerably, with results .-

Even though the locals have of the first round of
trained to peak for each of the Grass and Chuck Rhoades have matches
being announced.To .
season's games, workouts this hurt. John Switzer, injured in the
week have been stepped up to the Amphib game may see limited give all entries an even
utmost, pointing for this all im service along with Joe Owens; break, the tourney has been divided
portant tussle. who was banged up in scrim into flights, according to '
,r mage. Dean Fouts has had a leg their listed handicaps. At the .
-- Last week the Fliers drew a injury and it is doubtful whetherhe close of the tournament, Awards ;.
.- ., bye, but are not gloating over will be in the lineup this week will be made to winners of the I
.. .. their last win over Havana Uni t
Chuck Webb, Hank Doebler, championship, first, second, third
The Fort
versity. Benning game,,
and fourth
flights. ,
which was to have been played Frank Hinkel, Paul Simmonds,
last week was cancelled Bob Holston and newcomer Upsets Recorded
Injuries Hurt Squad Ralph Cochran will split assign. Results in the championship
Injuries have plagued the locals ments at the halfback posts. flight's first matches are: Bill
.. N all season and losses suchas Cochran, a former University of Foulk over Dave Henderson one- 1
'----' Alabama star, has worked in the in 19 Frank Govern downed '
John Penyak, Bill Smith, Jim up ; .\
1. quarter slot and may split duties Jud Pearson, 6-5; Billy IVtcWil- .
with Mike Norman. liams edged John Adams, 2.1; Stu
Hospital Crew In the fullback department,, Reed beat Charles Weiss; Bob '-d

t.J "Yegads, This Is Touch Football?" Ken Dunn has been bothered witha Taylor won over Wright North,
42-6 bad leg and may see limited 3-1; Billy Baker over Billy Haas, 1
Captures service as in the Havana tilt, but two-up; Leo Marchel defeated
oo. r. "Oomph Watch It Fellas will be supported ably by Buck Andy Conner and Bill Chase won
Touch Grid TiltIn Dominy, who has been doing the 7-6 over Bruce Ageson.
Flier punting and line backing. Bob Thiel edged past Junie
. T Touch Football""Touch I Bernardi is also for Steve Coruelies-.
'I.r" is..l..s I played the last only touch week,football the Medics game the Johnny call. ready sen Phillips downed, two-up Brockhaus; one-up;

football ye gads, I Pensacola Has Stars Steve Jonda bested Jack Mosier
from the Hospital dumped the
what understatement that 10 per cent who say it is a Photo Lab combine The flanker department is pat. two-up; Bill Shoalts won on default
a n Operations ,
game for cream puffs, but did you over Fred Bartens: Earl
Both regulars, Mike Cimineroand
42-6, to move ever closer to the
said the little he flew
as ever see what happens to a cream NARTU Jack Duncan have snagged Reed downed Jack Piva one-up; ,
over the operations tower puff when you squeeze it real league leading aggrega- touchdown passes, but lanky Bob Dick Middleton edged Red Wade
tion, which still boasts a 5-0 rec-
hard? Or did you see that guy in and Charlie Parrisi downed .
after being "tagged" in a recent Hopkins, Dave Wheatley, Jim one-up
the chow hall the other day with ord.The Poole and Chuck Leachman are Court Norton, 4-3 in the first
intra-mural touch off
grid Hospital crew got to a .
.. both in miss
arms a cast, one leg able flight initial matches.
I fresh start, scoring their first mar- supporters.
game. ing and pushing a wheel chair Close Matches
Jim Patterson, 220-pounder and
.. ker in the first 5 minutes of play.
There he was trotting along, a i with his nose? Yeah, he was a I Dick Clauss scored the only Pho- Buddy Grimes, 256, will handle Admiral Montgomery, Charles
.. laP d with the ball participant in the touch league Ray, Captain Dittmar, Charlie
Grange, securely I to Lab marker minutes later, mi- I the work at tackles along with
tucked, according to the' here on the base. nus part of his trousers. Clauss I Joe Kurash, Walt Conrad, Bill Miller Jack Brown and A. K.
.. book, comfortably under his arm, Roughly here are'a few of the took the ball around his own Saunders and Bob McKay. At the Robinson won over Captain Stab,
when tome big brute supposedly rules: Needed, one football field I right end, and in the process of I guards will)] be Joe Sinko and Gordon Steve Furhing, Bill Kinney, J. P
"tagged": him and threw him 80 yards long and 40 yards wide. being "tagged" had his pants torn Kent. Sinko is co-captain and Trembly, Porter Bedell and John
across Mustin Road, completely On this field you place two teams, Kent found a home at guard this Goodens respectively in the second -
out of the playing field. each with six-men or up. to 11 Walsh of the Hospital scored year having switched from the flight.At .
This-this is touch football men, according' to any "local" I three of the Medic's TD's to move I backfield. Over the ball will be the end of the first matchesin
rules The touch .game is played with I Dick Sutherland and possibly Joe the third flight Captain Early
Where the- originated we into the runnerup spot along
I defeated C. E. Hoff on default;
with standard
universally Owens.
do not know.. Probably some ref team-mate Schnettzler, "Apple":
Copper'j I L. McMahen won over Don
tions and a few variations set up Pensacola's record this year J.
of VA-15 and McKenna
from the,1898 yteleHarvardgamed
ugee W. C Mitchell
Howard, two-up;
locally.: ron SIX. all with seven tallies this shows four victories as againsttwo
.i '\. was too t ". :' year. Clauss' lone touchdown ( setbacks. The Goslings drop- defeated Captain Smith two-up;
i ''hFE KICKOFF In the their last fray to Southeastern Joe Williams dumped J. J. Sullivan
.. vise"touchTjf the' places him in sole possession otnigh
"" R. E. Schenk edged Red
. ,. 't.a' 'lacfod on II score with eight. Louisiana, 2113. However, on I
and Robertson
4-2 Charles
Cranston, -
re this 'O1r. the' ,The touch league' went into its (the strength of comparativescores I defeated Chuck Fonviellf,
. tall yc t ,Anii] .phasft. this week when' the!!] the two clubs stack up :,
.. .' wornout.elon 1eAg< M NAUTU: combinewjtli about even for Saturday's tussle. 21.In the fourth flight Knox Buchanan -
'.t '", .' surplus, woolly- Ult\\ .ab,don- Jax Hold Series Edge I 2-1
downed :
ing from the real of:'t .e. ba .v, tesex _,.,; The Goslings recently dumped Moore dumped Mike
: football unifittns.*>'1'I.O. 'Y field, 40-0, while, the Fli- Captain
carrier' belt. -
nothing, in the line .of paddmk .....,., ,.,. P.fl Corry 49-6early: in Clark, 3-2 J. J. Robbins! won over
,I It's really a simple game, provided r :
default Jim Maul
Bob Hoppe on
you're in shape. There's How they manage to get' their .. VA-JS r- le'x.tMQndl1y th \.. .jN"' J ...,
: 'E e "Ara. .acrd din defeated Jim Brown or e-upj .
bodies into such distortions some- ; Sii pl1 F.)2 tntXt'Tuesd4i ;; .'
h d HaMc
times, we'll never know-but they thele"gtie.' : i i/' ap1in Ferguson e< [
Golfers I an4 (1. Polazii bested be*
Bag Turkeys .t- : Jim st
survive. t .
manage to leading Weekend Wemo'rS' ,wltl "t /H1" .... : ,\
Nice part about the passing deal, provide the finale 'tb the touch J J : : ,!?: i.
. In Special TourneyNot everyone can be a receiver. Everyone I league next Friday when they lean, ? I '!!It' !; f.,,\

only golf balls are flying,: is eligible for a pass! That I meet VA-15. Standout on, he'. +'. I J around the local links, but now I old worn-out sock we spoke of- Touch Grid Standings also have si f', c ..., '"
have the W L T Hunt and Guthrie whitee ". ; "'\
it's turkeys.In If you should happen to ,: .;.L. ., .
a special "Turkey Tourna- ball, the defense then has to jerk NARTU 5 0 1 and Cochran are other forward e\etre49 _,' .woo.' ...l 't"I /rJ:'
ment" held at the local layout this I this old worn-out sock (or towel) I Hospital 7 1 0 wall standouts.The 1943 neither;team aItJd r+ .. ; .
week, Bill Foulk copped first from your belt, at which point, VA-15 4 1 0 friendly rivalry between. athletics, 1S f'in 1i.JIIIiett..Jt; ...
prize of a young turkey as he shot play is stopped This is a variation Photo Lab 3 3 0 the Fliers and Goslings was started handed Pensacola two 43-0 shut
80, chose a handicap of 3 to give from the old way a few Fasron Six 4 3 1 in 1941. Since that time the outs. The next year, 1948, rensa-
.. him a final of 77. years ago when 'just "touching"the Supply 5 3 0 Fliers hold the edge with four I cola edged the Fliers 6-0 and in
Turkeys still flitting here and ball carrier stopped the play. VP-3 2 4 0 wins against three with one tie '47 the Fliers won 1913. It all

there, J. R. Brown went home with Grabbing the sock: makes it '," -.. I ended in a 7-7 tie in 1948 but last
one for the runner-up by shootinga tougher. R. # year the Goslings handed the Hi-
98 with a chosen handicap of 14, 3: ers the worst shellacking posted!
-y *. for a final of 72. IT REQUIRES 15 yards to con- between> the two, 55-6
Third prize of a turkey went Jto stitute a first down and they play -xFasron -
Don Flynn who posted a final two halves, each 25 minutes long
score of 72 after stroking a 08' with regular time out rules en- Six
with a handicap of 26. forced.

------ For a touchdown you get six I,
"Crazy Arm" BucherichKilled points, but there is no conver- CourtmenUnbeaten
sion after. But what of a tie I\
In Korean War game? There's a solution there. )I I

Corporal Ed Bucherich, knownto The team with the most first
his buddies and in the recrea- downs, in case of a tie, is the win- ,, results in the intra-mural
tion circles at NAS as "Crazy ner with one point for each first a Only
volleyball league posted at Physical -
.' '. Arm" Bucherich, of the Jax Navy down. two
Training Monday were
varsity Softball squad, was killed Penalties are dished out as in : c x 7 leading
wins by the league
in action November 2 while serv- regular football. For tripping or v more
ing with a Marine Corps unit in pushing, it costs you 15 yards. u Fasron Six tipsters.In the weekwith ]
match of
their first
the team at fault 10
Korea, it was learned this week. Offside costs J5-3
"Crazy Arm", while attached to yards instead of five. A 15-yard VF-11, Fasron posted the
the Marine Barracks here, was penalty is in order when a blocker and 15-12 wins to sweep
considered an outstanding athlete leaves his feet in blo} ing. match of three games and in the .
and the finest Softball pitcherever And no elbows in the face eitheror second, took a 15-0 and 15.11 boosting
to be stationed here. Buch you lose 15 yards. from Ordnance-Gunnery, -
erich and his talented arm led the "Touch" football-brother you its record to 13 wins and no
local softball combine to many don't know the half of it. The INTRA-MURAL TOUCH GRID ACTION-They really aren't losses
'. championships. boys muster at Yorktown and out to de-clothe the fella with the bare back on the right; this is A date for the station playoff> :
, | He entered the Marine Corps Mustin Road almost every afternoon action in a station intra-mural touch football fracas. Dick Claussof has not been set as yet, but a I
.. ">( In 1942 and was a veteran of the about 1530. Stop around Photo Lab is swarmed by Hospital men as he attempts to carry playoff in Mainside auditorium!'

j Pacific theatre in World War ii I, some; afternoon. )he mail Hospital won the fray, 42-6. planned for the near f lute.,

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a ship-based aviation unit.
6 rm. furn. house. $65: on Collins A local dentist-botanist. Dr.
3. While on a vessel although
Road. Inquire next door or based ashore, if such duty is for Charles R. Pierce, has succee,li .l
write Vera Abel. Rt. 4, Box 416,
after eight developing a
eight days or more. years ;
j Jax. Kla. 4. While on a U. S. inland waters burpless cucumber. White Insteadof
6 rm. brick bung., furn.. LakeShore It i ill sweeter and milder
I vessel only if it is operating green
r 2350: Somerset Rd. Mrs. I than standard
outside inland waters for eightor types
Ennis Jr. Ph. 2-3588 or 2-9456.' : .
6 rm. furn. house in Ortega. Mr. more days. -x- .
Hillyer. Ph. 2-1709. 5. While permanently assignedto New Invention!

Furn. rm. near NAS. Mrs. Flor- 9 a commissioned LCT or MTB.1 San )'.. lro, ('alII, (,t'I'SSheep )-
squadron which is a tactical component -
eus Ph. 2-7473. are putting the bite on wild
2 bedrm. house in Wesconnett. of an operating fleet. ;1' grass growing in pelts of the Fort
6036: Hvram Ave.. Mrs. Long, For Personnel on duty on a receiving MacArthur military post, and ant
station ship, inactive
ship or
Ph. 8-2098 Available Dec. 1st. saving the men there the troubleof
3 and 4 rm. apts., 3215 Oak St. ship or with shore-based admin- cutting it. Military authorities
istrative maintenance organization
1 or
Mrs. Harrison Ph. 8-9481. are permitting 16(>O sheep tograze
Corner and bath use of are not eligible for sea pay. the that
i room on grass might become
kitchen. Mrs. Isaac. 1908 Morn- Foreign duty pay commenceson a file hazard .
ingside St., Ph. 2.3980 the date of departure from the .
day U. S. to join a vessel or to reportfor
2 rm. apt furn. $10.75 per week I
Ph. hers sea duty or other dutbe- Nothing Funny
607 Ernest St, Mr. Martin, .
75250Unfuin. 1 yond the continental limits or in ('lI rll"otllll. \v. ". (\t'I'S-

house on river. 5 rooms Still Ala -ka. Such duty includes: Rodney Allison Keller! Is back In ,
private dock and boat house. I 1. While enroute between duty civvies, wondering whether he .\
George Holden. Ph. 9-9255 or 9- l stations, afloat or ashore: beyondthe should return to high school. He's ....
3285. son continental limits or in Alas- wondeiing b'aulleafter having
ka. fought in Koiea for 42 days the
Fu, ". apt. on river. Ph George -
Holden. at 9-3285 or 9-9255 t ; 2. While enroute to the U. S. Army discovered he was only 16
Furn. room and good meals, near I and back to civilian\ life hI
NAS. 4660 Astral St. Mrs. Se- Language Too 'Salty'lloston went
I j lezzi. Ph. 2-4931. the : FPSThE) Federal The youthful veteran of the

MISCELLANEOUSAvailable p ; Communications Commission has Naktong River !line; relates that hand '
baby sitter day or of the : warned fishing craft operators his buddies at flint had looked

night. Mrs. Polk. Ph. 7-5774. val along the North Atlantic seaboardthat upon the campaign 88 a joke.That's ..
Found-flonson lighter near parachute All their language in ship-to- when they first landed _
loft. Owner may obtain 111 a shore radiophone conversationsmust They soon learned it wasn't any- I

by identifying. Contact Lt. (tjg) New be less salty'in the future. thing to laugh about he recall,
tain a '' .
Amendola. VP-861. Duty Offi U..t'I The FCC threatened criminal
cer. the ;1 : : : prosecutioq unless the fisher- What'g the difference between
room men's graphicllingo Is' kept free amnesia and magnesia ? Well
| of profanity and obscenity. when vou get amnesia you d<>n't,
, ; i bfi is -x- know where you ate at, but when J

I New Beak For Bobby you have magnesia' vou sure loiter -
; see. know whE'I'evou',. going'
Ixmdun (AFTN" ) The tall .
\ -i' and :'>: < k helmet -worn by ,-tHf" London -
I '\'\ ... : hobby for 8$ years! is about
yield to the march of progress.
smart peaked cap ha* been de-

London., police. 1U'\,,t l)(:
t whether >tO ,dopt it.k-MiM !i r
Thurod.lY.ovt'mbt'r: 23
o'\- .hetme c) helrt J !;'!t. ,1
good food
r.L hank gl\ ing activities

and fridaylIn'mbtr music: local: guests.24 field INA\T; xW Y "4w5 J f

a Game night bunco and table fense at ; ;ChTiucrkpetssr'Gtp; orccl? ; TU"f{ (s' 4 +

game: pn/es and partners. science ; "; : ; ithe .rOl'J\\r'' .. tobe
Saturday, November 25 Naval
yen by the .Women'i 'Civic Cho-
house and shuf- be held i
Open ping-pong : J ] ; December 5 ;>t the George
fleboard; 1330 TV Cornell vs. jtl ovt'm : (; )
Hotel are being sold
Penn 2001, Thanksgiving 13. I"
d'tyKW; music 'bj Al Al.1y. >d i'.. ?rt-. i : ;, (';<: members. of the NARTU Wives

.bit"d.i"'d"4"'L 1'01'tlt.; Tickets are priced at $1 20 for
>>. 'i'.. l. oO" 2001: vd..bvut,1ueQ.: \u\ .., f I t ( :> { : ults. 50 cents for school chil T 1
"' *" i Proceeds from the affair
Ire t. fet'ijM' :lW/io\ **j ih.ptr> .:
) be to the Jax Chil
f ; given
a V"v 4& '
<+ IVy'W'O.*
( 1
_. t ars
.. Museum Those desiring
\ :
., _Meeda,: yt t t'f l. '
l .
Af i x+.* } '
: can call Mrs. Sharp, ex-
,, 1930:,13idvfiLng' IuR +
,, .to
... ,.. .. ph>v : lOn 335. ;
*; .11't )1CII1&"orl'.w.JI '' 1
<.s ueaada Q'fmbtr'U -x-
s "
: them to
2030 to 2130, dance. claSs, easy to to local I'I I : et'

learn steps, professional instructor training
one houj one dollar.Wtdnt'oday defense Answtr to rtmlt ,
November 29 i tyw

Fun cing.night.-v.---surprise. informal! dan- P RTED AT NE REDEEAL ISLE

It Happens, Even To A ASE 11Ew ,.

looking: craft above is new %1).
Add, sad tales of bluecoats NET AN5i R5RU nun life raft procured by their
with red faces. SAR 4t t .\ Force Designed especially
I f In Tulsa] Okla., a squad car was OPEN BE AN DI for use in ditching operations,
stolen from the police stationdriveway. DENT L + O GEOBE the raft, with canopy, forms a
To make matters more N RE snug, dry buoyant refuse. Top
; embarrassing culprit heckled i photo shows canopy raised for

the police over the car's two-way added ventilation
radio --- --- --
.t' And in Lynn, Mass., an office rSend '
i of the law was trying; to untanglea Your Jax Air News Home ,.
couple of locked bumpers While
thusly engaged the two men he
had arrested drove off his
just In :ROM-
> __.._ PLACE
police ('ruiser.t'I'S( ).
-- ---- r ;

Her Buggy Ride -.u.___ STAMP CENT

Pembroke, Mass (AFPS) HERCTCh. ::
Miss Barbara: Temple rode in a
Model T Ford to Boston for her J ; : .
wedding. It was a childhood : | -j
dream come true. She said the $<> .. I
old her favorite and "
buggy wax up a : / i ,
that she vowed ail a child to ride his li!'> ,-
in it on her wedding day always


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