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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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November 30, 1950


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 j

I Variety i Show_To Be Presented__Dec. 6-7 I

fS'u$ ssc a 3 : asp c.y' z
Two-Pay Show To Feature i

, .. \ 'vr' 1 Seta I Locally Recruited Talent i iI

The finest group of entertainers at the Naval Air Station I

ranging; from singers and dancers to ventriloquists and i

: 'pantomimists, have been. herded into one big Variety Show-

S \ to be presented from the stage of the NATTCenler auditorium I

? 4 "pv... f I next Wednesday and Thursday. December 6 and 7, '\
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mL I From all signs the Variety I /OK: ANN KIIODKS: wife of I

.. Show is headed for a huge success an NAS chief, will return withan
I' entirely new routine of
In fact, tickets for the show,
dances, while the dance team (of
which was originally billed for i! Fernando and Lianna will give

% one night only, have moved so' patrons a genuine interpretationof i
; fast that the show is booked for :i the Spanish-Gvpsy dance. Fernando
a two-night performance. The Paxtot employed at the
curtain goes up at 2000 for both Industrial Relations departmenthere
performances.A I has performed in New York
City and New Orleans, and with
, i1: Jt1E4 total of 16 acts featuring tal- his partner, Lianna, has won
ent recruited from military and .
many praises.To
civilian personnel aboard the station I
add to the variety, the Car- a
plus dependents of service I nival Can Can Dancers, including .
personnel have been lined up for : five local WAVES will per '
> ,
next week's big presentation, I form their neat routine, while
\ The cast includes a fine array of Yvonne MiCollough. of Supply,
.... entertainers who will be put into : enters the terpsichorean category
their acts with a new style of I with a tap dance specialty
presentation, slightly different i THE SY SIRCIIUCK TRIO
from the staid "amateur night" composed of Joe Spano YNSN.
style Several of the performers, Jav West, PNH and Sin-buck, of
who scored such a big hit at the Overhaul and Repair IS an instrumental
spring talent show, will be on I tno that is destined to
hand again plus many more make a hit with the crowd. Vocalists -
will include Manuel Miranda -
r-' ,'" SD2. who specializes tn
I Latin American tunes: Milton
Culp O & R employee, formerlywith
( the Metropolitan Opera
Company and whose| baritone
voice is well known here; Albert -
I Puce, also of O & R, whose
deep rich baritone voice!' is destined -
for a bright future; and
Gloria Sorrell. daughter of an O
k R employee Price will also

__ ___ _,__m... .n'n tp .'_ '_" '.-'" render a srloloquv) .
For comedy there will be Willie
VARIETY SHOW HEAULINEKS-Here are Just a few of the Vangeloff of NAS Dispensary

performers who will strut their talents in the big: Variety Show pantornrnmt and Gloria Gerrard
December 6.7 at NATTC auditorium. ,Ann Rhodes above left, af Supply, who will do a panto-
who made such a hit in the talent show last spring, will again befeatured mime take-off of Betty Hutton:
in her dancing: routine. A bit of the Spanish-Gypsy dance :: : and Trnev Moore, O & R employee -
will be preformed by Fernando and Liana Paxtot, top right. in a ventriloquist act with
,Manuel Miranda, lower left, is featuretd in Latin-American songs, r v va his dummy-friend Tommy Wood.
while Sy Sirchuck heads the Sy Sirchuck trio. One of the comedy Lucky Jim Campbell and his
acts Includes Tiny Moore and his dummy-friend Tommy Wood, Orange Blossom Ramblers will
)lower "Iht,-Albert Price, at top in bottom photo, baritone, is one give forth with folk music arid'hoedowns"
of the many vocalists, while the Spinning: Trio, bottom, will thrill while on the other
the patrons with their daring: skating routine. H.Ta, I rca extreme Wilhelmma Rist, 13yearaid
-- daughter of a station worker,
I will render a classical piano recital -
Commence Reader's Guide .

Variety is again the keynoteof { has been secretly rehearsing has
Drive for Funds this week's issue of the Jax tit also found a place on the bill,
which will wind up in a terrific
Air News. Here's your guide swirl of action bv the Spinning

To Aid OrphansWith Aircraft Contest ... Page 3 'r;) bi1 Tno a group of dare-devil roller
The corn-
skaters Spinning
Blood Bank Un Page 1
Harold Mello. ADI of the
a goal set at $2,;)00, Bombing Records _'n Page I Ward Office VI Johnson of (In-

members of the Chief Petty Catholic :\Iis\ion __ Page 5 dustnal!'; Relations ,and Peggy

Officer's Club kicked off their Gator Howl _......_... Page 5 Master-
to 'IJ.\Hl'l1' Notes __ Page 2 \P The Washo: Soap" sinking corn-
f 1950:> drive last Tuesday 44 ,; men lals will be handled by Fnddv -
(** collect a fund to buy substan- Sports Pages 6, 7 7 1 a Mitchell, RM3, of Commumlatioiis ,

tial Christmas gifts for local Variety Show -_ Page 1 Dorothy: Houghton Sup.I .

orphanages by pledging $:200 1Vashinglon.. ,. Report Page 2 -- -_.( Please.Turn to.. Page 3, Col. 3L.) !
the Club's funds toward
".' the of venture. Adequate Supply To Be Provided

Initiated- a pretty contribution littler last cheer bleak year into lives toward as the of a worthwhile bringing unfortunate otherwise ---- New Blood Bank Program To Be> Put In Use liere

the .
parentless children \'
have decided to make the .
chiefs .
A new Blood Bank program Detense, which provides' that blood tlves and friends for the necessary I II blood donors.Undei i
drive annual project.In
an which calls for improved I donations be on a voluntary basis blood, This usually meant a delay I the new plan being (put :'.
the 1949 drive the volunteerwoikers '. before the blood could be given in effect here, the Naval Hospital ;.,
from the CPO Club collected procedure for the handling and without remuneration (except: I I i ..
for in addition to obtaining 4ont ran \be assured of an adequate in< :
some $1,500 which was spent of blood transfusions, I in unusual circumstances) it was 'on'hN'lls had to be made to : immediately available supply >tblood >
.. .. In purchasing television sets for I felt here that a Blood Bank program t ,
involving no to either ] make certain they were acceptable of all types and ih factors.
expense .
,. eight local children's homes was essential.Arrangements i and then Wood had to be Arrangements made with the Jax .;.
It has been decided that the proceeds the hospital, Navy person- have been made | drawn, typed and cross-matched. Blood Bank, which incur no expense -
from the current campaignwill ;\ nel or their dependents, has with the Jax Blood Bank, a nonprofit : to the Navy or Individual, ,
be used to install badly needed been announced by Naval organization, to provide AT TI.MKS: ; PllOKKSSIO.VAI.; enough blood as determined bv
I drinking fountains in some of Hospital[ officials here. adequate supplies of blood for Navy donors were used when volunteer current needs will be kept on hull,
tilt homes while others will bene- personnel and their dependent, [ donations failed to provide necessary at the Hospital.IIOWKVKK ,
lit by receiving radio-I t'C'ol'd players. Through the cooperation of the in exchange for blood "deposited"by amount or type of blood. Thi
I Jacksonville Blood Bank, the Naval donors front the Nay:' activitiesIn (t I former method not only worked ahnrdhip the success Ith./: I
The chiefs have delegated Hobel Hospital l can now get blood< of this area. on servicemen but oceiiur t- ,I [program depends on the cooperUon *- I
t N. Tlnel, PNC. as the treasurer all types aivl 1 Hh factors with liti I II In .the past It has been pointedout ,lJii?+ jn an emergency made it \ of all Navy activities in th*
of the drive and, all collectorsare i tie ofthe, former" inconveniences when a transfusion was! needed ,IiCfkult to ..!}'.'?laln proper type I i area to supply an adequate num ,(
requested to contact him at I and ilolav I it was frequently necessary fora bUxfrl Tins suasion has been I her of donois. All Mootl doitxtel'
.. Room 23 of the Aiiminustritioo friend or member of the sick made more difficult as a result ot i hv Navy personnel or their I
'o Building: concerningdisposition of AS A UK.SHI/I':: of a recent p-li- j: (person'* family t) auk for volunteer the new Defense: D"pa-tlllt'nt'll ,or pvn.|<.nC$ ta "deposited" tn tin
their collections Icy aJ.>[>tl hy l the Depurtmertt of .lori.irs fiotn amnn,; his rt'la- .Je(' limiting use of p"oOasiiwiil (Please Turn to Page< 2, Ol I.. 1) "'




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Jax Air News -- Report From Washington r

President Creates Korean Service Medal
Station.Published Jacksonville.every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air


Douglas T. Day h .__._..-.-......-..m._._.____.Commanding Officer Enlisted Marines Given Opportunities For Commissions
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell.-._....._ ..____......... ...-- Executive Officer /
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear By Armed Forces Tress Service itary Academy Band have been established. I..,..

Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery_._.. Commander President Truman recently issued an execu- When vacancies occur in the three bands, bands-

Capt. Allen Smith_..-..._...___...._._.___._.__Chief of Staff tive order creating the Korean Service medal men may submit applications for transfer in
Fled Air Wing Eleyen for Armed Forces personnel who have servedin accordance with SR 61520050.All .

Capt. George C. Montgomery__. .. .!__.Commander Korea since last June 27. It may be awarded bandsmen are eligible to apply with the
Comdr. Charles Robertson_ ___._.._..__Chief Staff Officer post-humously. exception of those in units alerted or who are
Naval Hospital individually alerted for overseas, personnel in

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton_____Commanding Officer The Army has established an Air Support critical or controlled MOSs, and personnel in

Capt. Guy E. Stahr ... ._..... .Executive Officer Training Center at Fort Bragg, N. C., to schools other than band training schools. .
NARTU provide instruction in combined air and ground
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp Commanding Officer operations. Courses will be available for air- Army Special Regulations under which of. .

Comdr. Laurence Ruch..._._.._.__.__._.......Executive Officer ground operations personnel, and commandersof ficers and enlisted men of the European Com ,rt..
units requiring air support in combat. mand were required to spend at least a year .,
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration The Center will send out instruction teams to in the U. S. between overseas assignments,

building. Phone extension 8184. points where tactical units are located to hold have been suspended. European Command per-
Editor-Andrew H. Planey conferences, demonstrations and exercises for sonnel who return to the U. S. now will be 'If
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JO3. ? troops undergoing training. eligible for early re-assignment overseas.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weexiy at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Y
Jacksonville, and commercially with non-appropriated fundsat *
Florida printed
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.35. Rev. The "o\ereai or garrison has stageda The Navy has announced that 822 line of-
Nov 1943. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the cap ficers have been selected for promotion to the
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field and comeback as part of the Army uniform for temporary rank of commander. The President
normal wear. Change 4 to SR 600-40-1 states
\heSj.rxV'II\ NEWS Is n memoir of the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction that while the overseas will be normal approved a selection board's report recommending
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republication cap the advancement of Regular Navy officers,
of oth' .r matter, except by service publications'(Is prohibited without permission headgear, the service, or visored cap may be temporary USN officers and Naval Reserve of-
cf Editor JAX AIR NEWS. prescribed by major commanders for alternate
ficers on active duty. Officers promoted are

use.The listed in Alnay 124 (NDB, 15. Nov. 1050)).
amended Regulation also permits wear *

ing of the shade :5 (light tan) necktie until Enlisted Regular and Reserve Navy personnel ..
Rules Listed For Submitting Copy July 1651; also the use of shade 33 jacketsand are eligible to participate in the annual

trousers as semi-dress and dress uniformas nation-wide competitive examinations to be held

well as for service wear. Change 2 to SR February 19 and 20, 1051, for appointment to
For Publication In Jax Air NewsIn 600-37-1 authorizes Wacs to wear shade 33 wool the U. S. Coast Guard Academy at New London,

garrison caps, coats, field jackets and skirtsas Conn.
optional items of winter semi-dress uniform. .
submitting copy for publication in the Jax Air News, the
Marine enlisted Reservists be
Corps to
following rules are to be observed. Close adherence to these rules are
of Procedures for selection and transfer of en- given the same opportunities as Regulars to
will insure speedier disposition respective copy.
listed men to fill vacancies in the U. S. Army qualify for commissions in either the Regular

1. All routine copy must: be in the offices of the Jax Air News Band, U. S. Army Field Band, and U. S. Mil- Marine Corps or Marine Corps Reserve. yes"
by 1600 Monday.
Weekend Warriors
2. All pictures must be in the hand of the editor by at least WeekendWincfTafk

0800 Monday. Carry Out Duties

3. "Late" copy of events which transpired on Monday must .
be submitted by 1200 Tuesday. i Note, Despite Snap _

4. Copy when submitted must be neatly typed, double spacedon "Weekend Warriors" o( Jacksonville's -
white paper (no flimsy sheets), with plenty of margin at the Naval Air Reserve TrainIng -
sides, top and bottom. I Unit operated last week-end
despite the cold blast
5. All stories must have full names of individuals, includingfirst \ Operating in some of the worst
and last names, middle Initial not necessary-plus rate or weather conditions they have ever

rank, or title if civilian. I Weight factors for awarding the I ficer has been elected president of been subjected to here in Florida,

6. Story should be accurate with facts, figures, and essentials. Noel Davis Trophy to Wing Staffs I the Senior Law Class at the University Squadrons VP-Fasron-745, VF-742 .
Florida. He has also be- and Wing S1&ff.14 carried out
have been compiled and Wing of
(Many stories when later checked are found to be lacking in accuracy '
). Staffs throughout the command come a member of the Blue Key. their training without a hitch. /)

will compete for the coveted trophy Two new members were with us Used to balmy skies and fair "

Division or unit Public Information personnel who encounterany for the first time this year. this month. One'a wave, Shirley weather, the local reservists suf-
trouble in compiling facts for stories, or need assistance in One of the heaviest factors is M. "Skip" Sinko, PN1 and the fered more from the cold weather
setting up photo shots, can feel free to consult the editor of the percentage of drill attendance as other J. P. Clark; Jr., HMCA. Mrs. than would members of Naval Air
Jax Air News who will be more than glad to be of assistance. compared to the allowed comple- Sinko just completed two monthsof Reserve activities farther north.
ment. Therefore it is neccessarythat active duly .as NAVCAD recruiting Most of the aircraft that are per-
men not only attend drills assistant for NARTU. manently based here are not equip-
N. Y. Sets Up Air regularly but also that the squad- ped with heaters for comfort in .
Two Days rons compliment be filled as soon the air or with oil dilution systems .' ,
Raid as possible.To Royal Navy Debunks to aid in ease of starting in '
(Continued from Page 1)) I Warning System boost Wing Staff recruiting, Loch Ness cold weather. Also the local hangars -
New York (AFPS)-New York do not have the enormous heat-
ply and Jimmy Almond and Don Comdr. Leroy P. Johnson, Wing (AFPS)-Tourist-loving
State is virtually encircled withan ing systems that ore found in
Smith O & R. Staff commander, has announcedthat innkeepers of Inverness awoke recently -
I air raid warning system of 616 any men recruiting two new to find that the Loch Ness colder climates. 4-
Milo Jones of Overhaul and posts, manned by civilian volun- men will be given the opportunityof Monster is no more. Starting of aircraft on Sundaywas
Repair is director of music, while : teers. :More than 20,000 volunteers remain
taking an RON ( over made easier by storing thone
Lcdr. Paul George of Operationsis will be enrolled eventually. The night) flight to some-place of their Torpedo and mining expertsof planes, slated for flight next day,
school 1 of
I the Royal Navy
the with Lt. (jg)
announcer, of
system is making use personnel choice within 1,200 miles of Jack- in the NARTU hangar.
Frank Coghlan of NARTU as who probably would not be calledon Plymouth declared that the controversial
I sonville. -------- ---
masterofceremonies.Tickets for other duties in case of monster of Loch News
I I Lcdr. Darrell M. Hones has received Is actually 40 monsters allmanmadt' New Instrument May Qut.
such housewives
for the show, which sell emergency, as ,
to active
his orders duty
for $1.00 for adults and 25 cents office girls and disabled veterans. Innkeepers
and has left for duty aboard the this, insisting! that "a living, Human Errors In Radar
children also entitle holdersto
for Part Of USS Phillipine Sea.Congratulations monster" has been
Navy Displays breathing
a chance' on two television sets, Scope EliminationsLackland
to Lt. Julian O. seen here for many )'e3no.
The one to children's be given ducats away,each which night.are Ill-Fated Privateer Olsen, Jr., on the birth in his Each "monster," the Royal Navy AFB, Tex. ('I'S-. .

not eligible for the television set, Annapolis, Md. (AFI'S-Nine family of an 8 pound, 13 ounce, I experts explained, consists of Elimination of human error in radar -
will be good for a chance at a pieces of equipment recovered Julian O. Olsen III, on October 25. World War I mines joined together. scopb interpretation may result -
Hopalong Cassidy radio set, one from the Navy Privateer plane Lt. Olsen, Assistant CIC Officerin They were moored experimentally from a new study method de-
to be away at each per shot down last April in the Baltic the squadron is a teacher and to the bottom of the famous veloped by the Human Resources
formance.given Sea are currently on display at football coach at PK Yong High I Scottish lake in 1918 and have Research Center here.

the :Museum of the U. S. Naval School in Gainesville : been popping to the surface ever Movies taken of a radar scopeas
Navy Exchange is making plansto I Academy here. Lcdr. James K. Gay, Supply Of- since. It looks In an actual aircraft
sell cold drinks at the show
mission Incorporated
bombing arc being -
with proceeds going to the same Into a ground train
charity carnival fund for which

the Variety Show is given. er.Here's
how the gadget works: fj .
The Nursery, next door to the J
j t;
Through a scries of mirrors, a "
of chil-
auditorium will take care
movie of an airplane radar scope
dren of show patrons, free of
in operation will be projected on-
charge. to a mock-up scope on one side of
------- the trainer. A student will handle s,

knobs controlling the "cross ..
Off-Duty Tastes hairs" for target aiming. When he

drops his bombs, an electrical
Of Servicemen 1 tt ay scoring machine will record a "hit"or
rk: tAJEV "miss."
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Changing SomeThe ;

off-duty tastes of the 1950 ::;" DIVINE

Serviceman differ from those of

the World War II Servicemn like r u,

candy differs from castor oil 1;" SER1TI\tES;

According to word from the < a )
Services for the sfs ./
Associated! <
Armed ForCf's--flIK'Cf'8f1Or to the ,
V.S.O.-the present-day Serviceman << f Protestant
likes canasta and square
0930-Services. All Saints' Chapel .
lancing. During the 1940, Servicemen -
preferred poker and Jit- s n (Sunday School)

terbugging. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.

Furthermore, says ASAF to- 1045-All Saints Chapel.

day's soldier, sailor and airman .. t Catholic
like to samba is sinking, rhumba into and oblivion.waltz. IN-SERVICE TRAINING-Active duly members of NARTU and "Weekend Warriors" of the Organized 0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL
Be-bop Reserve squadrons are shown planning the In-Service training assignments of the various I
off-duty OU30 St. Edwards' (Catechism
But the most popular Chapel -
form of relaxation, according to squadron members. Left to right are James Dickinson, ATC, Lt. (Jg) ISraheem Hat-cash, both of It Class), ',.

the ASAF hostesses, Is still just NARTU maintenance department; Lcdr. David Augustine, Jr., electronics officer of VP-Fasron- 1030-Mass. St. Edward's ChnpeL JlJ;;
officer of VP-Fasron-145 Lt. Edward Reiley, VF-742 technical
stretching out in a comfortablechair 715; Lt. Karl Reber, maintenance t
with a magazine.. (AFPS) training and education officer and M/Sgt. Leland Lyons, Marine detachment, NARTU. 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.}


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30 Novomber 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


- .. i- i- Navy Viking Rocket Soars I

: : 107 Miles High' In TestA

Navy Viking rocket fired at
the Army White Sands Proving Research Laboratory.
Grounds, Las Cruces, New Mexico, Viking number four, fired from
recently soared to an altitude of the deck of the USS Norton Soundin
107 miles, establishing a new altitude mid-Pacific on May: 11 of this
..f.. record for American-built year, held the previous American
single stage rockets.At record with an altitude of 106

the point in its trajectory miles.
when its fuel supply liquid oxy- Viking number five carried scientific -
gen and ethyl alcohol had been ex- instruments to
hausted, the IS *-ton, 50-foot long information on the density and
upper stratosphere research ve-< nature of the ionosphere, which
hide was traveling at a speed of lies far above the stratosphere.Such .
better than one mile per second, data have a bearing on the
Capt. A. E. Uehlinger, officer in propagation of radio waves and
charge of the Navy unit at White are expected to be of benefit in
Sands reported.It radio communications. In addition : -
was the fifth of ten Viking atmospheric pressures and
a rockets which are being built and I I solar X-radiations were measuredby
J" launched under a long range de- various techniques, including
Correctly Identify These Planes And Win A Prize. velopment project of the Naval photography.Most .
/I scientific information obtained -

Airman Cops Initial Jax Air News T 'na sent back from during the firing the flight today to was a

ground radio station by means ofa
radio telemetering system designed
Aircraft Identification Contest ,
by the Naval Research Lab

Anti-aircraft bursts and flying fragments of shrapnel bombardedthe oratory. Thirty channels were used S{
to send continuous automatic signals
Jax Air News office last Thursday as station sharpshooters zeroed to the ground station bearing

on targets and let go in the first aircraft Identification contest. information on the rocket's flight
characteristics, motor performanceand
"Fustest with the mostest" in
. were strictly firing in rapid con- missle aspect and the upper
of Rob-
the barrage gunfire was tinuous fire, for within a few min- I
ert Sirgenson, Airman from Fae- ra a airToday's
utes dozens of answers were received
firing was under the
TuLant who scored three bull'seyes I
and the majority of them e ,
identified the scientific direction of Dr. Homer "
as he correctly
pictured aircraft as. Number 1- were right on the target. I E. Newell, Jr., of the Naval Research
The Air Force F-89 Scorpion fighter Other gunners who had the I Laboratory. Also from the
; Number 2--the Mig-9 Russian range were L. W. McKeetnen of laboratory were :M. W. Rosen, who
fighter; and Number 3-the Navy I Publications, Charles Raitz of VF- _'.v directed rocket preparations and
fighter F3D, Skynlght. 14, Ensign Sager of FASRon 6, t. the launching; N. R. Best, who
... Beverly Trogdon of Ground Train- Y with C. I. Ricketts, of the New
Fire Answers
. elr Rapid ing, R. D. Danis, Y3 of VF-14, En- Mexico College of Agriculture and
Station Identification experts sign W. Mumma of VA-15, Ensign Mechanic Arts, was! in charge of
Kusick of VA-15, and Bob Stivers, the radio telemetering and T. R r.
AT2, of VF-14, all of whom were Burnight, who directed ionosphere ,.
I just a split second behind Sirgen- experiments.

son in answering. The Viking is the largest American
1. There was some\ question as to
. built rocket for upper atmosphere
. who should be declared winner of research. It can carry a
the contest but Sirgenson took the maximum pay load of 1500 pounds,
trophy because his answer was not I although Viking 5 today carried
only absolutely correct but was the CONTEST WINNER-Robert Sirgenson, AN, left) who be- less than 700 pounds. Its enginecan
closest to the established deadlineof came the first winner in the new Aircraft Identification Contestby develop a thrust of 20,000
1530. providing the first correct answers to last week's quiz, makesa pounds for over a minute.A .
HI ami, NIL (AFl'S)--Mrs. Marjorie Know the Rules purchase at the Navy Exchange shortly after copping/ the prize German V-2 rocket fired at
Remember these rules Identi-
'Verona Baughman, in A divorce : The winner of the contest receives a coupon for a $3.00 purchase, White Sands on December 17, 1946,
complaint, charged her husband fy the pictured 'numbered aircraft or reduction on any purchase at the Navy Exchange. In center is reached an altitude of 114 miles, it
as to type, such as bomber, patrol, ,
treated her like a child. She Lcdr. Bill McWilliams, Navy Exchange officer and, right, clerk was recalled. A two-stage rocket
etc. such F4U
by ,
, Sb gave her ageNar.hvllle as 15. designation as Marguerite Lloyd. missle, a combination of the German
Mig-9 etc. and the
finally country V-2 and the Army's smaller

Tenn. (Ao'PS-Fire Phone to which your they answer the Jax New Blood Bank ProgramContinued WAC more Corporal than 250 rocket miles, ascended at White to
week marked
prevention was Air News at Extension 216. Be-
a parade in which the fire depart cause of differences in the time of ( from Page 1) Sands The on February 24, 1949.
Viking was designed and de-
ment took part. The festivitieswere
distribution of Air News
bank to the account of the Naval veloped by the Naval Research
marred by a fire-In the fire
calls will be to 1530
accepted prior
Hospital. A sufficient reserve Laboratory, the Glenn L. Martin
house! of the day the Jax Air News is dis- to UNDER TillS NEW program, it
credit must be pro- Company, and Reaction Motors,
tributed. the times when withdrawals is hoped that sufficient donors will Inc. The Martin
vide for Company crew
Pehin; III. (AFPS)-A local pier This week's contest is another
volunteer from each activity in chief
of blood is especially heavy during today's firing was E.
was damaged when a barge named easy one and should be clean pick- and outnumbers the donations.This this area so that a constant reserve T. Munnell and W. G. Purdy, Mar
Franklin D. Roosevelt struck it. logs for sharp eyed individuals credit of blood can be main- tin
Viking project engineer
Later, the pier was again damaged who want to spend that three dollar arrangement allows for use tained at the bank. A program to White Sands from his Baltimore
by another barge named- credit coupon in the Navy Ex- of this blood for Navy personnelor facilitating this will be announced home office, for the firing.
.4 Harry Truman.- change for Christmas gifts. their dependents whether theybe later.

in downtown De- hospitalized in a private hos- However, until such details can
Quincy, Mass. (AFPS)-Grocer suspecting men
Samuel Jolas hid the day's re- catur. pital in Jax or in another city be worked out, it is requested that ServicemenInvited
ceipts in a deep freezer. A thief which is a member of the Florida those wishing to volunteer now
Calif. AFPSAman Blood Bank Association, or the can call the Laboratory Officer at
located! it arid made off with $90 : Long Beach ( To
-cold cash.Decatur found "resting" beside a Naval Hospital. Blood can be the Naval Hospital, Extension 371,
downtown office building explained "drawn" on the Naval Hospital so that an appointment at the
III. (AFPS)-Mrs. VeraJ. to police that he was "tired of account here with the only ex- Jax Blood Bank can be made. All Visit UN
Gibson, of Mobile, Ala., landedin working." His job, he told them, pense to the individual being asmall arrangements are to be handled
jail because she couldn't pay a was a "feather separator" for a I service charge by the private through the Hospital and personnel Service personnel who
to not call are,
are requested
He booked for and maintenance -
fine. She was charged with creat- mattress factory. was i hospital use
the Jax Blood Bank. be in the vicinity
or expect to
drunk charge. of
ing a disturbance by kissing un- on a equipment
-- Following appointment, prospec- of New York are being
tive donors will be asked to re- given the opportunity of gain
port to the NAS Dispensary so
ing first hand knowledge of
that preliminary screening may be
done and so that those obviously what the United Nations is

unfit to donate blood may be doing and how it functions.A .
spared an unnecessary trip Into cordial invitation to all
Jacksonville. Armed Forces personnel to avail
themselves of opportunities afford.
Seaman: The MAA just hung ed by the Office of Public Information
5 '1 4Am'r himself, sir. of the U. S. Mission to the
., 1 J1 OOD: Did you cut the man United Nations, has been extended
+ r.y k' YM down? by Warren R. Austin, U. S. rep
Seaman: No, sir, he wasn't dead resentative to the UN.
yet. The U. S. Mission has facilities
'. to handle a group as large as 150
i $ I Answer to Puzzle persons. Moreover, PIO officersat
I the Mission are prepared to
I METAL SP! E E (D meet with larger groups outside

z ar2 DIE RA I L De ARE RET.ALAR.IITot the Mission.
>T The Office of Public Informa-
tion to the United States :Mission -
'IR S S..SOTLEAS. to the UN, it is pointed out
E5'RIIRE' will be happy to arrange briefing
TRIPS DEPARTS I Iv sessions for military personnel
I ET AeRo who desire to visit either the Mis-
sion, the United Nations Headquarters
at Lake Success, or both.
S. ENO By this direct contact with the
/ FEW. SPITE I STA I United Nations, service personnelcan

D'' T 5ET !; NREL : better! understand the functioning
Y a a ) of the world organization
Alvl5r MOOR
and what It stands for.
D V NIElS' SN A6 _

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Enrollment Drops

CREW'S, DANCE TONIGHT Washington, D. C. (AFPS- ":t
T drop of 33 per cent In the number
L .5 Music by of war veterans attending colleges .....
of the Day dinner In the U. S. under the Gl-bill was "
"AND ALL TilE TRIMMINGS"-Prior to partaking sumptuous Turkey
reported by the Federal Office of y
pared at the main mess, several of the thousands who sat In on the feast take an admiring pre-j Education. The 1950 fall enrollment i

':>. at one of the decorated tables placed In the center of the dining: hall. Real holiday atmospheer Mainslde ,Aud. \ 2000 of veterans was 575,000: com '$
4, Tailed during the traditional feast. ared with 856 f>00 last year.


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Return of a native. Lcdr. Horace
B. Gould who will shortly relieve -

Lcdr. Paul Tasker as Fiscal !.
Teacher Johnnie, do want
you Division officer, Is no strangerto
U leave the room Jacksonville, the Station, or to
Johnnie: Say, teacher, you don'tthink
Fiscal. -
I'm standing here hitchhikIng. ,
Chief Pay Clerk in 1P40, he was
do yuh?
i on hand as assistant to the Disbursing -
: Officer when the Stationwas
The boy in long pants got on
commissioned helped
first ,
the bus for a dime.
The boy in short pants got on .: S :i and establish disbursing officesat
the bus for a nickle. nearby Lee and Cecil Fields

The pretty young girl got on for : k < wimi 'I t and presided over the first payday rt
f1l.thlnghe had a transfer. t for civilians\ at Jax (among
whom was Planning's Jim English -

Sign en at the CPO Club ).

"Please don't stand up while the He left NAS in August of '42 to 6

room is In motion." become Supply Officer\ at NOB, ,

Londonderry, Ireland where he re-

Wave ton phones) I'm sorry mrflned for nearly two years. His

but she said to tell you she isn't service at that base was so highlyregarded -

the British Empire
home. 1BIJIIIU1. ..,. ""'r-I< by
Sailor: That's too bad. I wanted I that they made him an honoraryofficer
to tell her I was! glad I couldn't SWIFT STRIKING I'ILOTS-St'vt'n .pilots of Fighter Squadron 14 who recently' won the Navy a decoration which was

I tome.CPO'. "E" in rocket and bombing competition are. left to right, Lt. Dale W. Fisher rockets; Ens. BerkleyW. 'presented here on the Station by

.t --- Hall, rockets and bombing; Ens. Randy Moore, bombing; Ens. Donald M. Hegrat bombing; Ens. the British after he had returned

: He who serves his country : Richard S. Kapp rockets; Lt. (jg) Emmett Brown rockets and_ Ens. Charles P. Moore, bombing.. for his second tour of duty at Jax
-- -- -- - -- -- -- -
nil has no need .for ancestor '- j lie held the reins at Com nilsI -

'On Target"Pilots VetReU'ps sary Store for a while before be- .
20-Year I
Recruit: Not. even of a father I
and mother ? Seven.

Of VF.14 Establish Here I timed with ComSIx and moved
Two Ensigns, demobilized, met ;, headquarters to Charleston Mr.
(In the main street of their home Gould moved with them, later to

town. With true Navy exuberance, For 6 MoreHorace become the first OmC of NRAO
they thumped each other on the I there.
tack and one of the lads said to Records In Rocket Firing
the other "Say Bill I hear you : ; M. Wig" ADC. 39yearold residing Mr. and in Mrs.Riverside Gould, are at present looking
chief attached
pot your paper route back. engineering '
:forward to another pleasant tour aI
J. Composite Squadron 62, who ha: ..
A new area record for rocket firing and a near-recoid I
and the
of duty at Jax, department -
Th--ge !
served than 20 in the
when : more
Seventeen: a girl years
her dolls and becomes in bombing accuracy was established by pilots of Fighter Navy, last week re-enliMed for adds: "Welcome aboard,
puts away "
,tnt Squadron 14 at Jacksonville NAS as seven of the squadron':: another six-year hitch 'and welcome back
1'" ___r pilots qualified for the 1a"E" dining recent rocket and Comdr. W Keith com Fragments Ice cubes to Tom
I' Leroy
I land Ray Forrest ho braved the
SN: Say is that Ice cream pure ? bombing! competition.Of manding officer of the squadror Gator Bowl Refrigerator last Saturday ,-,
Waitress: Pure as the girl of
.' the seven pilots outstanding' which recently came to NAS Jax,, 4' and sat through the Fla,-
your dreams. In the officially and Ensign Richard S. Kapp rated from Norfolk, administered! theoath 1
performances ob'l | Ala. to the bitter end- which .
SN Give ham sandwich.1st game
: me a
earned outstanding In rockets to win their to the naval aviation veteran I
served competition
was also numb If you miss
I Navy "Es" and Ensign Charles P. thief since 194:1.: I
the coveted Navy "E, Lt. Dale4'. who has been a the Variety Show next week
Wave I wrote confession
a Moore and 'Ensign Moore
Mory once. Fisher was the top man In rocket' I !': Chief Wise, who I is looking for. (which incidentally, will run for
rounded out the
high scoring sevenwith
2nd Wave: Was It sold? firing similar performances in ward to the completion of :3C i, two performances), you'll miss a

1st Wave: No. but the editor Four Straight Bull's Rye 'bombing for their "E ". years in the service, served;: with treat.
rockets with dead : aboard the old carrier {! to Lcdr. M C.
came all the way from New; Yorkto Launching his distinction! Congratulation*
meet me. ly accuracy Lt. Fisher scored four I A factor that contributed materially : USS Wasp! which was sunk in the Snyder, Control Blanch Officer selected .
consecutive bull's-eye) in four attempts to the success of the entire Solomon islands! campaign in September | this week for full Commander

7 A bachelor is a guy who didn't j on a raked target to establish I competition was the expert work j ) 1942 However, officially don. I.

have 'a car when he was young a score that has been net on the part of the squadron's ordnance I Wise modest man, recalled :! runs: the ham 'n' eggs may be several -
crf'1Imembf'r8.. j a
'down as a record In this area for weeks off, awaiting appoint-

Jax WAVE: I like guys with this phase of aerial competition. I Supplying over two thousand (i the that earner he was4on when the she flight was deck hit by of i merit to fill a vacancy Sgt.

Mue eves, and green backs. I I Excelling both in rockets and bombs and rockets during the five torpedoes. Along with I i Bill Coby home on a Thanksgiving
, bombs Ensign Beikley W. Hall days preceding the competition firIng enemy holiday pass, Is currently stationed -
u.,;;;,. :::; for two Navy "Es" during the ordnance crew was credited some 100 other officers and enlisted 1 at Warner Robins Field In
qualified he assisted in for
"" 1 the same competition. The I with an overall excellence of performance : men caring I Macon where he reports he is performing .
and finally jumpf'dfrom "
the injured
In all phases of the competition : the duties of surprlse''statlstlclil ---
has to fire his
young pilot yet gun : the flight deck into the water '
draftsman, the same job } ..
and if he notch another .
nery runs can from the mortally
I _. --------.--- to escape he held here as a civic ,
"!>>.. "E" he will be one of the damaged carrier. Chief Wise! waspulled '
Sue Adams is shining-eyed delighted
very few Naval pilots to achieve from the water by men of
: Station Policemen : with her Henry J her latest -
Y 4 excellence In. three phases of the ,I the( destroyer Duncan. and proudest possession" !anew

a w'V competition.When Celebrate At BallA After this stirring event, Wise 1 it doesn't yet have a tag .
it to bombing Ensign .
Mf came was returned to the states andassignt'd All that is good and enjoyable In J

Donald M, Hegrat when turned he in I full house was' on hand to help :, to a seaplane repair "Petty Girl," (due shortly for a,
an outsanding score base and later to NATS. He Jax screening would make an en'tertaming
celebrate the annual station po- ,, i
dropped six bombs scoring three : In Operations
-I )lice men's ball at St. Mathew's rec- also participated short subject: but
direct hits for an overall jJbttern reation hall In Lakeshore last Friday Crossroads at Kwajalein, serving Stretched to feature length\ it becomes
; average of only 18 1/3 feet. planes from the Shangri I-a dull trite and-.w'ell-'pet.

Ordnance Crew Cited I' ', which played a prominent partin ty Delmar Wulf has It'-
Both Lt. Jgl' Emmett Brown In an atmosphere traditionally'Navy the atomic bomb experiments turned to after beIng
at -
________ __ I with red, white and blue at Bikini. duty Supply
> hospitalized for the past t-ev-
streamers overhead and Navy :
J1 '' During his nrst cruise in the eial weeks,
nant flags adornlng'tht' bulkheads,
Air Station attendants served themselves from i i Navy, he served aboard the USS I -- ----- -

f'f' Vestal, a repair ship, and then
i a hor'seshoe-shaped arrangementof '
$ 3 o transferred to the aviation 11-Point Program
za sC was
FirefightersCommended tables!, to buffet supper provided i
branch of the service. Wise has
from the division's re'rt'a'tlon
fund seen the Navy make great strides Set By Red Cross

+ I Among those in attendance at in development of its aviation I

N the p8l't '.danct' were Lt. George I power during his two score' years For Military Aid

Patterson, yard officer: Lt Robert in the service.A .
C II Adding to the first rating Hoonan and Lt. Robert Geiwnger, I native of Atmore Alabama. I Wellington (At'f'oThe: American .

of "excellent" ever bestowedby Marine Corps. Wise is serving at NAS Jacksonville I National Red Cross in conjunction .
i.: ';t District for the second time in his with the DE't'nlDepart
SS the Sixth Naval ----- --- -- -- --
j l fire marshal the station fire I Many a man in love with a dim- | Navy career. Several years ago went has created an elt'\'t>n-point
I pie made the mistake of marryingthe I he was attached to the station'sOverhaul program for assistnace to patientsin
department has won additional I whole girl. and Repair department, military 'medical facilities: ,; .I'

tribute in a letter from i ------ :--- ----- --T' 1. Counsel on personal and family

I Chief of Naval Operations directed I I problems.

.N. : 2. Financial a-otistaiK-e In caner.gerieies .
t to the Chief of Bureauof t + Y'

.: Aeronautics. IFr st" fs ti ..' .:
3. Communication between patient
N s', ajt + The letter resulting from the and their families and reporting .

shy. report of Inspection of the firefighting sao > (MI home and medical condition .
S facilities here at NAS and V
r for authorities
+ r military
the naval bulk fuel terminal, I 4 { 4. Information to patient and

states: I 9 ARr" their dependent on Male and 1wlertil .
overall)) rat-
"The grading of an
benefits t<> which they may be
? Ing 06 "excellent"' ) on fire fight : entitled.

ing facilities Is extraordinary in I 1 tI I A. Referral to "11t"'I"lIt..1 agel1.I .

the Navy. The commanding officer h lie! for ",H't'lal fcCHice* MM/II as legal .
U S Naval Station JackEonville ,. I aid and child welfare.

Ma. and all concerned l s 6. Recreational 8tl\'III. fur patient ,.
with this unusual mark, can be I *. 1: ej

proud of attaining such a fire protection ; 7. Assistance to rrlatUtlslt-
rating. r n
l' injf patients.
Donald Moranend (Qs4e
D11k6S'b.t Both Fire Chief 2 X. Omifort; suppllcN fur imtlentH.
,2r Capt. Thomas Jordan who 9. Health and safety "xenlccn at
head the fire prevention program l military installations.
have expressed their deep appreciation 10. Cooperation with the Defence
'. to the 67 civilian! \ fire fighters ;: + f Department In the national
of the fire department which
,ioiJ' M (operate under the Public Work :* 11, .Canteen herilcen! entertainment -

AN ADMIRAL??-Pretty Kit- Department, end to those officersand I and Instruction Mrmo-
Filter elected honorary Admiral : men whose" cooperation and 8. aadi da'
ly tor transportation and) Mx-ial Melfare. 1-
of White Lake, N. C. bftsistanct s made the .rt('ord poeBltlt. ,.. ,.; .__ .. v .

Skippers, poses for the cameraman I CONTINUES NAVY CAREER-Comdr. Leroy W. Keith left ". ::>
> before taking a cruise on 62 } Horace Early experiments in color photngiaphy -
How WavtUe, rot only lied to me commanding: officer of Composite Squadron swears n
the: lake in her nailooat. six hitch. Wise has just completednovrt were conducted as far
thalrruise size of hit yacht, but he M. Wise, ADC, for another year .
would you like to' fO on than 20: in the Navy without a single lost day buck as 1848. \
/E do all the rowing. i I year
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, hAT 1950_ JAX AIR NEWS Page! Five j

;.., ':::':-..:, -:':='::' : n .
And Lee To Play ,

Big Fleet Reserve Washington J

Show Dance Set In Gator Bowl January 1 _

Southern Conference champion Washington and Lee" has been'

seelcted as one of the competing elevens in the sixth annual Gator I.
For'Saturday Nile Bowl classic to be played New Year's Day in Jacksonville.The .

Gator Bowl selection committee Tennessee
Everything is in readiness fore met in conference' all day; of Cotton Bowl bound

,. rthe big fun and frolic benefit show Tuesday to officially begin selec Coached by Barclay
and dance sponsored by the Fleet tion of the prospective New The Generals who operate from
Reserve Association Branch 91 at af Year's Day opponents and it wa; split-T formation are sparked by
the Duval Armory Saturday back Gil Bocetti -
.,: County < not until early Wednesday morn All-Conference
night. ing that W & L's selection and acceptance of McKeesport, Pa Bocetti
The. huge show stars Tommy was revealed gained at least 300 yards in every
Scott and his Hollywood Hillbilly Five teams are under consideration game except" one with Vir "

Jamboree, direct from Hollywood,, : as an opponent for the ginia Tech, which was played in
Calif., followed by dancing to the 1j Generals. They are Wyoming, un mud and rain.
music of Jimmy Weatherby's beaten Skyline Six champions; The announcement of Washing.
dance band and the wot'Id's first Tulsa, Fordham, Wake Forest and< ton and' Lee's selection for the
"1 "-% N international cockroach race. G.0{ v Nebraska. Gator Bowl has a deep" significance -

The gala western comedy show, ; Have Record of 8.% for Naval Air Station grid .
which begins at 1930 stars Tommy ,:1p2'; In capturing the Southern Con fans since youthful George' Bar-

Scott and recording and television' ference title ,this year, Washington clay was player-coach of the JaX
J"* artists' Clarabelle, Luke McLuke,, and Lee won all six of its con Navy 1944-45 football teams.

Baby Sandra Frankey Scott, Eddy' I fe/ence games and had an overal Barclay, an All-American guardat

v Williams and Gains Blevins.Tickets ..-m............. ... season record of eight victories; North Carolina in 1934, coached "
. \ for the affair, which sell I PRE-RACE EXAMINATI01ST--Lt. (J?) "Doc" John McAllisterof I and two defeats. The Generals in and played under Don Faurotin
for $1.50 are available at Walgreer the Dispensary" gives Black Phantom, NAS' entry in the first rolling up 318 points to 120 for 1944 and under Jim Tatum the A
Drugs, Donaldson's Inc., Post t I international cockroach race December 2 at the Duval Armory, : the opposition, defeated Furman, following years. Barclay in pulling
,. American Legion, Marlow White a complete physical check-up." Suffering from a bad case of tricho- West Virginia, The Citadel, Day Washington and Lee to the
Co., NAS CPO Club and from any I nocardiasis. nothing is being left updone to get the Black Phantom 'idson. VPI, Delaware, Louisville top is being hailed" as Southern "'

FRA members at NAS. Base personnel ready for the big race Hailing from the NAS farm stables, sired and Richmond while losing to I Conference coach of the_ year. 1I
'I The1 two
can call 'Extension'279 orb by Garbage Can III, Black Phantom looms as the big favorite The Virginia and Tennessee. H :
8155 for tickets. cockroach is just one of the features" of the big benefit show-dance losses came by margins of one :
.. : Entire proceeds from the comedy being held" by Branch 91, Fleet" Reserve Association December" 2 i touchdowns 27-21 at the hands hands of 'Block! Of Seats
27-20 at
show-dance go toward the 1951: at the Armory.Firemen. I Virginia
Fleet Reserve Association fund, -_. .... -- ---------.- .. Reserved For NAS
The 1951( convention, which is expected \
to bring: delegates from all Families EARL WILSC N . Says At Gator BowlTwo
48 states will be held in Jackson of the"
I Editor's note: Earl Wilson, eel,"Uratal Ur..d"a'olumnl"t
ville. Traditional Now( York i'ost] ha..Jolnt'1 the loti"ff of Armed Force .'re..!! Service" \ blocks of seats for the
-------- Enjoy entertainig Gator Bowl classic
the Year's
I New
Chronicler of many bright qul I I' from the .
ment world, 1Ir.ll"on in donat a Meekly column slanted" ."pt"go have been set aside for Naval

Mission At \ for the Ser\Icemen.) Air Station personnel it has

P'... Turkey Day FeastWhen c-iHHy When those Army cooks out on a date, they're juste I been Frank announced E. Snell by ,Bowl Jr. president ,.

Edward's one man prepares a tur- like their recipes-a pinch he and a pinch there. I Seating accommodations set

St. key dinner all the way from soup Hear about the new Russ,ian weapon-the blame-throw. I aside for NAS are the best available ;
tot pumpkin pie, while his wife and ek's Gl Gee Whiz, is a word-
this time. Approximately
er? Ava Norring, w ..__.._ at this
in the liv- -
take -
Dec. 1017A family things easy i fifty seats have been blocked
,., ing room, that's news. slaughterer, getting famous In 1 N. i wt'sR off, wit> these seats to be filled 1
But when it happens twice, and Y. for her mistakes in EnghaF"I'm through application blanks which
Mission will be held at St. Eward's < '
the dinner Is for 10 families in one surprised how people find can be obtained at the Jax Air
Chapel from December 10 about them," she says. "I thin] :
case and nine in the other, i it News office.
to 1? under the direction of twredemptorlst i husband around behind -
seems to mark a milestone in the my goes of the seats have beent'eserved
Fathers from New Thirty
and tells them. Doctors
of social relations.
development in the west stand between -
Smyrna Beach, It was announce bad for but
today by Chaplain John J. Burn. At NAS Fire Station 1 and 2, pay dtinklng's old drunks you than old the 10 and 15 yard lines, .
there are more
NAS Catholic chaplain.. Curtis L. McCormick and Raymond doctors.No while the remaining 20 are In
Wingate did just that. Th the east stand between the 30 ,
Rev. John J. Waldron and Re
occasion was Thanksgiving Day, wonder! soldiers! hate morn. and 35 yard spots.As .
Thomas F, Keenan will be the two
visiting Fatheis who will direr and their guests were the firemen ings. They come so early Tw a precautionary note, it is 1
and their families that otherwise! paratroopers visiting Napoleon'. NAS I, .
-the mission, which will open wit) emphasized that personnel
confessions on the evening of De- I would have had"no turkey dinner tomb sneered, "Aw. he's not so either military or civilian cannot ;
(ember II and will continue for the ; that day at all. In fact this had Igteat.I When did the so-and-so eve obtain these seats by callingthe
following) eight days. I been the case for the majoiit; I I jump?" Rupert Hughes sayj'Sometimes : Gator Bowl Association.
two as the the most beautifiI
i over the past years They can only be obtained by
Masses" on both Sundays will be I fire fighters stood duty over the< I word in the English language I h applying for application blanksat
held as usual, 0630 at the Nays holiday in 24-hour t-hlfts 1: the word 'men' on a door the Jax Air News office.
Hospital and 0830 and 1030 at S1. :
Edward's. During the week there When thin was brought to the For seasick sailors Fred Allen A seating chart of the stadium
will be two musses at St. Ed, attention of Coimlr. Eugene J. offers this remedy: "Wear a tigh in which prospective spectatorsmay
\ .... 1'eltier, Public \\'orkll officer .
,U Ward's" at 0630 and 0830: with confessions collar A Bowery drunk, seeing see just:; where the accommodations -
before both masses. Theo' ; he felt something should! be done a St. Bernard carrying a whig are located, has been i

will also be a daily mass at the about It. With the approval off key flask, gasped, "At last: Man', posted on the bulletin board outside -
Naval Hospital at 0630. I 'apt| Douglas T. Day, commanding best friend and a dog." AVA NORRING the Jax Air News office\ in

Each night during the wet'k!> officer, It Mho felt the I Marriage gets to be habltfollone ming with some girls. They tak,E the main administration building -
alxdit ;; iterniinsion
Mine way has five room:, .
after another The modern farm house
,. will be devotions aIfWO. dope
there evening
wax" granted the firemen\ to prepare Often w hissed e __ ____ _
J. : consisting of the recitatloi i I and bathIt used to be five nx ms and path a girl
and serve the ThankKghlngmeal ,:
I 1 to court and claims she was ]}: by force, evidently means th
of the Rosary and a sermon < In the fire hOlls_. goes
benediction of the Blessed Saciament. i : Air Force When he's feelinj\ romantic! a soldier is a perpetw''i Travel Tickets
Full meals were prepared in the notion ma'hine-and it's always I t he same notion
Confessions will be heard i I
perfectly equipped galleys of the ___n_____V
-- ---
each evening after services. 'I two stations, with the assistance Study- New Flu Virus 'Long Distance Commuter Available Here i iI
Purpose of the Mission is to< 'I of Fire Chief Donald R. Moran,, 1 : :
Pearl llarttor, T. H. (AFPS-!
prepare station personnel for the who visited both during the day Washington (API'S! ) A new I '
season of Christmas and furnish I The wives enjoyed a real holiday. virus strain which attacks children ,,, Catholic Chaplain Capt. Vincent JGorskl A temporary airlines and
them with a series of instructionsThe I hanks to the prowess in the culinary and may prove to be a new I USN. makes a 2,300-mil] : railroad reservations office
MisMonnry Fathers will be< arts of McCormick and Win- type of influenza, has been discovered i round trip by air each month fionJ will be established in the
flee during the clay for private rate And the youngsters had the by the Armed Forces Epidemiological ., J Pearl Harbor to the island of Midway
I 1' services, tfainside Lounge, building
conduct religious
consultation on moral pioblems. time: of their lives clambering over Board after study ol to
he fire trucks ana playing "fire- an influenza epidemic in Michigan No Chaplain is stationed on Midi )155.! to handle reservations

man." i way., for personnel planning holi-
Solid Meats UsedIn -- --- -
-- ;lay leave.Personnel.

I' contemplating a trip

New B Rations;; i: :c1:! .J I I home during may make the approachingholidays reservations

I and purchase tickets from the airlines
More Vitamins and railroad representatives
I i .c without leaving the base. It is

eIt, \\'a..hlllJlcm (AITS) .Substlhi' iI rged that personnel complete
tion of solid meats for chopped I heir arrangements as early' as
meats and hash mixtures is one ossible to insure availability of

of the features of the revised "B" preferred flights.

intion approved by the Army and I I, The office will open for three
.>> Air Force, The revised ration will days only from noon until 1800Ion
te adopted at soon, as availablefor December 1 and from 1530 to

issue, ,,1800 on December 4 and 5.

The "B" ration is authorized for I All holiday leave will be charg-
;' use where kitchens are established basm ed against accrued" leave' it is being ,I
tut, fresh< foods are unavailable.The rk emphasized, with two basic ;
recent revision brought about p j k ]ave periods set aside. These run

changer in all canned dehydrated from' December" 15 through Pas ..
snd otherwise\ processed food com- ae- 'mber 27 and from December' 27 :

ponents. trough January 8 i>
."B" ration menus are |
provide" 4,2(10 calorie |per IIMMI 4\ +do not have sufficient accrued '

?: sl per> day, an Incrt-ase over the 8.- aye to their credit, will have '
lion formerly prescribed' for active -
their checked" in accordance
The increased caloric
r with existing directives. q
content" is to provide extra
C '
I Both officer' and enlisted per:1:
heat and energy" under field + ; <+ ; v
conditions abdaa ALOFw .Ld .y. nnel may be granted leave Up

Several kind! of canned meat tv 30 days during the holidays, at '
and fish are included in the new p the discretion of the head of des ,'""

ration: bacon: corned) beef, beef rtments. :
:. .
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and gravy, boned chicken or turkey --

hero chunks, luncheon meats, __, n '_""" l Horsin' Around ;.'

pork and gravy, Vienna sausage, IHDNT MISS THEIR DlNNER-For the first time in, two years NAS firefighters, on .l tyover '1
pork sausage, almon and tuna Alta (AFFS)-Barry'ocd's
Includedis the Thanksgiving holiday enjoyed<< a home cooked mul-r ven if they prepared it themselves Calgary. '
I The; only composite meat and families of the lire fighters in Station No. I and 2 were guests tot the turkey dinner The ) tccent spree took 0. racy
". or. chill U l1CJ:.:lone, which Is provided) Wives where Curtis L. McCormick and Raymond Winftate doubled I irn. He was fined tor'being drunk .x,
served' from galleys '
without brans. Bepns may b'* added meal 1 was \ and punching a horse In the face. v
In: ruepaiotion.! as chefs for the occasion,

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Page Six JAX AU NEWS 30 November 1950Which

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) Fliers Drop Finale 34-6 I Radio Grid LogThis I I'

is It. This Is the week of
the long anticipated Army-Navy t
To Pensacola Goslings fame. Such other games AM GeoI'4(
gia vs. Georgia Tech-and various f
high school and professional head'x1L'
Fensacola Navy's Goslings rolled over the Jax Navy liners will be aired over local than-
I.Fliers 34-G at Pensacola last Saturday to cop the Navy state nels. Here is this week's grid log.

championship in the final game of the season for both clubs. VVJHP High School Landon J'
(1320) vs.
The Goslings scored twice in the to on Lakeland, Friday night, 8:00: P.M.
first and third periods with quick pass Cimlnero down the Gos-
I opening, first plays from scrim- ling 15 yard stripe only to be wide College
l 8 With nob.Joyce mage and once again in the.fourth of the intended receiver by inches. WMBR-AM (1460))-CBS Foot-
ball Roundup around nation. Time:
quarter while the lone Flier tally
is the biggest contributing factor to a successful came late in the fourth stanza. Third Quarter-Opening the sec 2:30: P.M., Satunfay.WMBItFMGcorgla.
ond half the Flier kicked to Pensa- vs. Geor-
smooth operating basketball quintet. height smaller In the
or a opening period Riley
cola and after the ball to gia Tech. Saturday, Time: 2:00:
>speedier man? This controversial question: will be partially handed the ball off to John Hunton returning
the first play and Hunt scampered their own 30 Riley handed off to P.M.WMBRTV
answered when the 1950-51 Jax takes
Navy cage squad to the Army vs. Navy
75: yards to dirt. Minutes Hill who went the
pay through Filers
hardwood next Wednesday in the season's opener with Stet-. later Don Doss took Rlley's and broke to the sidelines for a 70 Saturday, Time: 12:15 P.M. ..
son University at DeLand, Florida. pitchout and ran for the second yard run to pay dirt. Barkouskle's Professional
Frank has taken the reins of this Gosling score from mid-field. WPDQ ((600))-Philadelphia Eagles -
McCaffrey up year'sGagers I conversion fra* good. vs. Cleveland Browns, Sunday,
and despite the lack of so-called "sky-giants" he feels Score Early Score on Long Pats Time: 1 35: P.M.
after weeks of drilling, the locals will have a speedy conk -I Just after halftime, on another The Fliers uncorked a passing
I quick opener, Riley gave the ball attack that moved the oval from
bine destined to give trouble to whatever foe they meet
k on to halfback Hill who broke away Fliers' territory to the Gosling 11
their 2G schedule. and went 70 to Lady Golfers
game yards score. Jim on three running plays and two
You will hear argument after argument of whether Olsen climaxed a third period passes that netted 51 yards. A
height is absolutely necessary for an effective basletballquad. drive when he stepped over from lateral pass was wild however and Clash In Club
the five and in the fourth quarter
McCaffrey's conviction is that speed more often is Mike Nolen the Goslings recovered on their 25.
made the final Gos- Three first downs moved the Goslings I Handicap PlayThe
the deciding factor. It is with this in mind that he hopes to ling tally from the two. to the Fliers' 5 where Olsen
floor one of the speediest cage squads at NAS in recent years. Riley added to the score with took Riley's handoff and went over distaff element took to the
one conversion and former Pitt for the TD. Barkouskle's third local links last week in the annual
Arguments Pro and Con All-American Bernie Barkouslde I conversion gave the Goslings a 20- Officer's Wives Handicap golf
Gordon Schott the rangiest man on the 1950-51 squad, converted three. 0 lead. tourney and after eliminations, entrants .-
measuring G'-3", But shorter boys with speed to burn will Flier quarterback Mike Norman Fourth Quarter Time after in the championship flights "tff
add to Schott's height, making up the supposed deficit in Unleashed an aerial barrage In the I time the Fliers were bottled up by week have been decided. In the coming
fourth In all
quarter and hit Jack Dun- championships classes
the line
rushing and
height. Here's where the arguments in favor of height are can with a 30 yard pass for the plays were broken the pass will be decided.
up by secondary
going to start pouring in. lone Flier touchdown. Jim Pat and midway in the fourth Alexis DeLaMater and Eleanor
The fastest little guy in the world cannot hope to take terson's conversion was blocked. quarter the Goslings pushed from I Robertson Will meet in the ClassA
rebounds from the backboard when pitted against such giantsas First quarter-Riley kicked off their own 43 to the Fliers' two championship, while Elaine Hills -
to the Fliers defending the south where Mike Nolen took the handoff meets Linda Back in Class B
former All-American Mikan. Mikan around
George ranges goal. Webb returned the kickoffto over from the two. and Barbara Barker and Louise
the sevent-foot marker, so how can a little guy hope to out his own 27 and after four plays Running gains by Dominy, Cochran McWUliams play tiff for the Class .J, .
jump players such as he? The answer to that would be the Cochran kicked to the Gosling 25. and Webb aided by a Gosling C title.

little man's speed. toik On the a quick ball from opening center play and, Riley 15 yard penalty moved the Fliers To reach the Class A finals Mrs. .I"
With' a quick burst of speed, at the right time of course, a hoi.ioff] to Hunt, who broke on to the Pensacola 30 where Norman DeLaMater defeated Alice Lusk,

a layup sliot would eliminate any fears of not taking: a re through the F-ler: defense, set up yard took pass over to the big attack Jack with Duncan a 30-in contender 6-5 and Fuz reached Weber the, 5-4 title, while bracket her- I

t bound. But suppose Mikan, or whoever the guy might be, is conversion the 75 yard touchdown run. Riley's the Gosling end zone. This was with a one-up win over Martha
fleet of foot alco: ? Then-right then, is where knowing how cola in early was 7-0 good Pensa- the only Fliers' tally and Palterson's Rusk and a 2-1 win over Kay :
to use speed comes in. L'aI't1ft1\hl To Move conversion was blocked by Brockhaus. I{
Too often, sitting on the sidelines, you will observe some The Gosling defense again tight- Tom Priestman. In reaching the Class B final
basketeer running his head off for a full period. The smart ened Jax on the second kickoff to halt STATISTICS Cos- Elaine Hirst Hlllis and had Barbara to overpower Weiss Hazel and- -''

man, the guy that uses his head out there on the court, will from any their Navy own attempts 27. Cochran to gain Fliers lings her opponent, Mrs. Back won over "
punter; to mid-field where the second First' Downs :5 11 Cathy Helms and Ann Mealy.
absolutely Gosling touchdown play was Yards Rushing _._"-_'_ 67 276 Barbara Barker defeated Maxine -
started. Fensacola lined up in a Yards Passing ................ 99 50 Roley in the first round to .
Speed And Alertness A Good Combination tight 1' formation! and Don Goss Total Yards ...................168 326 reach the semi-finals in Class C.-
.i Speed can be classified in more than one category. Quick took; F.iley's handoff and raced 50 Passes Attempted ............ 16 14 and entered the championshipmatch
or speedy thinking and looking for an opening with foresightand yards to put the Gosling in front Passes Completed ..........., :5 4 when she edged Betty KochIn
13-0. Datkoiifrkie converted, boost- Passes Intercepted .......... 2 2 the semi-finals. For the cham-
outsmarting the next guy can mean" the difference be- ing the count to 14-0. Bumbles ............................ 3 0 pionship of Class C she will haveto
tween two points and being "tied-up. The smart, cunning Second Quarter-Play tightenedfrom Own Fumbles Recovered 0 0 beat Louise McWilliams who
t. man will know his abilities and what he can and cannot do. this point with both clubs' Punts ........... ........ ............. 7 4 reached the finals by topping Bea
Sports, no matter what, involves more brain work than one defenses holding strong. Only Punt Yardage Avg. ........ 41.5 33.5 Elliott and Estelle George.
would expect. touchdown threat in this period Yards Penalized 15 8 Results of all three class cham-
f. vas fOIled by the cold I ------
and pionships will be published in nextweek's
Study is another point to think of. Study assigned .
) your Tiscalculation. Norman dropped' Glenn Warner, former roach of Jax Air News.
;. man and get to know his habits, his weaknesses and his back as if to pass and then flippeda San Jose State College', was the
strong points. Know what plan of defense your opponentuses lateral' pass to Cochran behind originator of. one of football's basic Poise is the art of raising the
then set out to break him. When this is mastered, the line. Cochran then flipped a orrt'n.h'e formation. eyebrows instead of the roof..

whether you have five men scaling seven feet or whether

,. they average 5 ft., 7 inches, you stand a darn good chance ': "W
of beating him. So, you see, the smaller man has as much : : "J
chance as the toll in this game of basketball.
But what of the arguments in favor of height you say? ,

There are those too. Some coaches rely and swear by height.
4 Take the clumsiest tall man and hand him a uniform. Put '.

him on the floor with a ball and although it is a long process

r if he has never played the game before, teach him the fundamentals
i of bm ketball, I

Sky Giants Can Be Taught

After teaching him the fundamentals, then concentrate "Jl

on his specific duties on your squad. You want height, that's
all that is important. Tell him to get up in the air and get
those rebounds and shoot it out to one of the boys who has
; that ability we spoke of earlier. ----...... -. ', ---n ____!

This has actually been done. On the other hand, there
( are those boys who are tall and know just what they are doing .. .. ". l
t on the floor. The one who was taught the game and knows

I, only his assigned duties can be mastered by the little man GRID ACTION Being .

we also spoke of who has the speed with which to confuse' charged hard, Fliers quarter-
l this giant. back Mike Norman (15)) drops .1I
J But the one who knows the game as well as you, is the back to flip an aerial (above)

one to watch. He's got the height advantage over you, he intended for Ralph Cochran in

1" knows the game and is tricky in his movements along with action during the Fliers-Pensa- v r a ,
being sharp thinker. How would you beat this man? There's cola fracas. Halfback Chuck

only one way and that is speed. Speed not only afoot but In Webb (26) bottom takes handoff )

from Norman and scampers
for a first down. The Goslings
i This strategy worked in defeating our enemies in World won the fray 3(."

War II And it easily applies to basketball. Height is important '
in this ,game, but speed, conserving of energy, and outhinkinging .. 4 4 -.. ,.

on the part of a smaller man can_ dump a bigger one. -I C



_ ( 30 November 1950 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


HARTU-Hospital Crews To Clash

a 4p PD'F; For Infra-Mural Touch Grid i Title I

.Q6 Shades of the Big Ten and Southwest--where upsets may come

from any corner, struck home in the Intra-mural touch football

league Monday..

VP-3 scored a startling 30-12 up--
and Hospital handed Supply a 44-'
w set over third place VA-15, thereby
shattering any title hopes ,the 12 loss.
VA-15 aggregation might have Clauss scored the only markerfor
had. VA-15 had a chance for a the Photo Lab, raising his sea-
possible tie for top honors and a son total to 9 w'aile Rickenbach
shot at the station title, but their scored two TD's for NARTU and
T sr hopes went shattering with this Ziminiski, Kinard and Dickeneon
at the hands of seventh tallied one apiece for the winners.
pace VP-3. VA-15's Cooper moved into un-

As a result, NARTU, in, first' disputed possession of the individual -
f,4 N place with a record of 7-0-1, will scoring honors with 13
meet the Medics from the Hospital when he scored 4 in the game with
(8-1)), for the station championship tussle with VP3. Pflueger tal-
h in a playoff: beginningthis lied twice and "skipoer" Lacou-
a Friday The second game ture hit paydirt once for VA-15
r will be played next Wednesdayand when they dumped VF-12 44-18.

if a third is necessary, NAR Cooper Leads Scorers
S 1 TU and Hospital will clash again The Medics' ace limner Walsh!
( .z i*. Friday, December 8. lifted his scoring record to TD's

High Scoring FraysIn scores when he tallied three times
4 other games last week NAR against Supply and teammatesFord

... ... t.I ....... .. TU trounced Operations Photo Lab and Schnetzler each scored
30-8, VA-15, before their upset twice.
AWAIT OPENER-Seven returnees from last year's Jax Navy basketball Fliers will be ready Monday, won over VF-12, 44-18 Leaders in the individual scoring -
r' for the 1950-51 season opener against Stetson University at Deland 'Friday. Three of the lettermen department at the close of the e
I include Red Sheldon, left, speedy forward who will probably hold down one of the forward posts; regular touch season are : Coop..
Bob Becker, center, who will fill one of the juarJ positions, and Bob Baer, right, a possible starter Shakeup I In er, VA-15, 78 points; Walsh, Hospital -
at the other forward post. I 60, and Schnetzler, Hospital,
and Clauss, Photo Lab each with
Ten Pin LoopStandings 54 points.

' 1 Varsity Hoopsters Launch Final touch football'standings W. L. T.:

NAUTU ......................7 0 1
Hospital .............-...-..8 1 0 .
Stetson Shakeups, surprises and upsets VA-15 ........................8 2 0
Season Against were a dime a dozen this past FASRon 6 ...............5 3 1
week in the intra-mural picture. Supply ........................5 4 0
next The! lead in both the American and I'hoto Lab ................4 4 0
The 1950-51 edition of the Jax Navy basketball combination will be unveiled National bowling leagues changed VP-S ............................3 5 0
., Wednesday night at Deland, Florida when the locals meet the Stetson cagers in the first hands along with.surprises in Volleyball VF-23 ........................3 7 0

game of a 2G-game schedule. ... I II and touch football. VF-13 --...........-..-.......0 I 0 0
I. Operations Training moved froma Marines ......................0 0 I 0
In pointing tot the season's op employ a man-to-man defense: .which should prove valuable, but. second place tie in the National
I ener, the local basketcers clio which is McCaffrey's idea of combating the tall center candidate is a lit League to undisputed top spot by
maxed their pre-seaBon training any height the locals may tle overweight at present. picking* up seven points while All representatives of both
: with a scrimmage session with encounter. Newcomer Bill Dubosky needs FAW-11 only picked up one point, leagues are reminded that after-
I Florida State University on the local Locals Look PromisingAs more conditioning but shows great ComFalrJax added one and O & R noon matches of December 4 will
hardwood Tuesday night. a probable starting lineup promise for the coming season as only tallied two. FASRon 109 be bowled off at 1630 at the des-
Head Coach McCaffrey hopes, Bob Becker and "Mutt" Pasco will do Don Manning, Ray Sampsonand made the most noticeable jump, ignated alleys instead of 17CO.
. that despite the lack of height on tart at the guard posts and Phil Joe Law. picking up seven points and move Intra-mural standings as of
this year's squad the speed possessed I. McKay will probably get the nod I After a day's rest, the Jax Navy ing from eighth place to sixth. ,I Monday morning:
by his men and their "ball. to Jump center. quintet will open their home Marines Lead I American League
hawk" technique, will work to Chuck Wheeler and Red Shel- schedule December 8 at NATTC In the American League NAR \\'. I... P.
good advantage. The locals will don are the likely starters at the auditorium with WarnerRobbinsAir TU Marines moved from second NARTU Mar. ... ....31 11 41
. .. forward posts but are being hard Force Base. A later game with place to top spot after posting VF-12 ......................26 16 35
I pressed by Bob Baer and Dick the Air Force cagers, on December eight points, nosing past VF-12, 1st. Lt ?..................2-1 18 31
0-R VolleyballersHand Murray. McCaffrey hinted that 19, has been cancelled due to which dropped to second place, Supply ............,........23 19 80
I either or both Baer and Murray the Christmas leave period. picking up only one point. Sup I CPO's ........................21 18 28
Six ate possible starters, but that his --- --- ----- --- ply fell from the top three to I Personnel ....._........20 19 27VF14
Fasron I final decision will come Wednes fourth spot when it only tallied I .....................17 19 22
Fall Cup Links I three points while the other lead- VP-861 .....................14 19 21
Initial Setbacko day.Watson Allen, a short but game ers were moving ahead. Other positions VC-62 ........................14 19 20
contender, appears in good shape in the American loop remained !VF-42 .............._.....13 23 IT
Test finally and throughout practice has shown Play Moves Into fairly stable.
Flight marked improvement He lacks I NARTU Marines copped the National
cart"in Lwigue
Fasron Six "apple
the the needed experience of service high series for the week with 2450 I
intra-mural volleyball W. L. P.
the station basketball but will considerable Semi-Final RoundThe and broke the season's
see George Tirpak
league last week by beatingthe I week OpAvTr'n'g ............22 11 30
this record last
league leaders 15-0 and 18-16. duty at guard season. high game O & R Enl ...........20 13 26VF13
Here Deo. 8 when he hit 237 for the NARTU
It was Fasron's first defeat of the Way Station Fall Cup Handicap ........................19 14 26ComFairJax'
Ray Gay has come along and is golf tourney moved into the semi Marines. Tuffanelli copped the I
season. ...........19 14 25.,
The O & R win failed to changethe molding into a likely eager at either finals this past week with several high set for FASRon Six Officers FAW-11 ..................18 18 25
forward with 584.
lead any, but after the Fasron the center or posttlons. candidates in all flights already Marines ....................18 12 23
Gordon Schott boasts most of the Wyriek Paces List
I named. 6 Enl .......15 15 20
tipsters won the opening game, height for the locals this season, In the "200 Club" O & R En- Fasron
15-6, O & R went on to win the There are still several matchesto listed Men's Wyriek holds honors Fasron< 109 .......__...15 18 20
second 15-9 and in the "do-or-die" be played off, but Bill McWil- 200 NARTU ....................15 18 19
for the most over.
third game, extra serves were SPORT SHORTS liams Bob Taylor and Bill Chase This week games he broke or 202 for VP-3 .....................?12 9 17
. needed to put the match on ice all moved into the semi-finals of his fifth past over 200. Other VA-15 ......................8 16 11
.j L for the O & R sextet, 1816. Don Grhrmann ran I the "'ana. the championship flight after posting members of game the 200 Club are: Tir
4:09.5 be credited respective 2.1, 2-1 and one-up know that Minnesota
the maker mile in : to Did you
around volleyballloop Marines with the
Elsewhere NARTU
1. mile American : victories over Stu Reed, Bill Baker pak has In a Rose
NARTU took with the fastest by an never appeared
237 ,
place since the retirement of Gill and Leo Marchel. The final highest game yet, ; Tuffanelli Bowl game?
of their
the final two games will be determined at the FASRon Six Officers 222-205;
LXxlilx. place *
.. match with VF-13 to sweep the I outcome of the Bill Foulk-Frank Carlile, Operations 211-200; Dance,
set. VF-13 won the opening game match. CPO's 211; Andrews, OpAvTr'u'g. William( G. Hells was owner of
15.4 but the Weekend Warriors The pro football record of 77 i 208; Hinderhter, FAW-11, one of the largest/ racing stables
snapped back: to cop the match conversions In a row belongs toIlarvey Steve Corneilssen and Charley 207-207! ; and Smith, FASRon 109, before his death, yet never had a
with a 15.13 and 15.11 win. Johnson, of the New York Parcsi moved into the semi-final 201. Derby winner.
Giants In the AH-Amerlcan Conference bracket of the first flight when
Playoffs for the station championship I Corneilssen topped Steve Jonda
will be held December 5 M t 4-3 and Pares edged Dick Middle-
Bowl QuestionThe
at 1930 at Malnside Auditorium Did yews know that AmoN Alon- ton one-up. Rose

between first place Fasron Sixwith zo star! the Grand Old :Man of Earl Brooks and Admiral Montgomery "Do know what
14 wins and one loss and second athlete at Vale correct answer to last week's puzzler: you
place NARTU with 12 wins Football was an ? I went extra holes before college has had the most All-American football players and how
and 2 losses. Instead of the usual University In* his* college* days Brooks finally squeezed past the many," was answered in short order by Frank Millonas AC3 of

two out of three series, the championship Vito Nagano, star for William Admiral one-up; Charels Ray Operations who provided the first correct answer which was:
.1 match will go "the best and Alary caught IS touchdown edged Capt. Dittmar one-up Bob Griffin and "Yale with 112 All-Americans the a.nual Rose Howl classic
Charlie Miller downed
three of five when the first All- the most times and how many t"
games. passes last fall to set a major college to move into the second since 1889 .;0(
Games now in progress on local all-time record. one-up semi-finals. American squad was chosen." The first correct answer wins
courts have no bearing on the final -------- flight Football around the nation is a tree full course meal at the
standings. The standings: Flight Officer: What is the last Two matches remain to be rapidly coming to a close. Some Civilian Cafeteria, good auy day
W. L. word in airplanes? played in the third flight, but Capt. of the conferences have already of the week.

1 I'asron! Six .......................14 1NAITU Cadet: Jump. Early and Gene Peltier reachedthe J. finished schedules, but there is Send in your answer to the
...-............-...........12 2 semi-finals by overpowering Joe still the b.'ff\'& question of the various Jax Air News office, room 123
and Williams
O & It ..............._.._........... 8 4 Dear George, come and see me L. McMahan Bowls to be decided. Many in the main administrationof
\'11'.11 ................................ 8 fi tomorrow night-Papa is laid up i 6-5 and 3-2 respectively.Rounding : the participants have not yet building or call extension 210.
VI"-J S .......................?.......5 7 with a sore foot. out last week's playB. I received bids however. or 8184. To allow an equal dia-
O&11..4 8VF12 Dear Mary: I can't come see H. Hendrix deefated J. J. Rob- Keeping with this, here Is tribution of the Air New, no

..........._.............._ 4 I 18VA15Knl. you tomorrow night. I'm laid up bins 2.1 and Jim Maulding down this week's sports toughie: answers will be accepted prior
b l. ?-................- 2 10 on account of your papa's sore ed Capt. Ferguson: 2-1, to reach "What college has played In to 1500.:

'I VA-15 Off. ....................... 0 11 foot. the fourth flight semi-finals ,




Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 30 November 1950

Report Discloses I IN THE HUDDLE

Soviets Building AfP$ '' ';'Y:',' '. : ,::: :. .a, s i Br DIKE!: IIOULGATE!: I

In spite of his name, Ed Garbisch, Jr, is on his way at Lehigh.
I Scions of famous families are looked upon with askance when they

Bigger FleetLondon ,I,t secm.t A brief -- ---- --- -
paragraph in a publici--
(AKI'S) -- The Soviet MANCHURIA I I ty release from Lehigh tells a potent -, Edition Of
Union is rapidly building up a rChair: jin story. It states quite simply |l4th
strong navy based on ideas which 'I that Ed Garbisch( a freshman is J
other nations believe outmoded according the prototype of some top jlace- i Naval ManualIs
to an unofficial British t kickers in collegiate and professional -
survey. r1akchon'An'u wr football. Up To Date

The survey "Braasey's 1950 An- > Now flash back to the
nual" stated that the USSR had 1922 football season when a fa* Washington (AI"I'S-The Navy
completed two 35.000-ton battleships mous father of this Junior wona I now has a new up-to-date "Bible."
has more under; construction I famous Army-Navy game, 17- It's the 14th edition of The mile.Ja'k4'IIi' .

and has commissioned one or two 14, on a cold, raw, windy day SlanuaL"I
aircraft carriers this year. Her I, In Philadelphia i The BJM has come a long way
naval plans include an undl'lwatet'I r I since its introduction( to blue-
fleet of 1,000 by the end of 1951. I I In almost 14 years of coaching I jackets in back 1902. With each
Her present submarine fleet was Virginia Military's mentor Tom 'edition, trends in the everchangling f
listed: as numbering 360. I I Nugent has never piloted a high Navy have been reflected. The
..- --..- -- MnuMu vm KSHgS school or college team which failed 11950 edition is no exception.The .

|I to score in a football game I manual, principal authorityof
Marine Recruit flffipfyongvaro I !until the "flying Squadron" ran introduction to Navy life has f-
I into the Texas Aggies Call I undergone careful screening! in the
Finds Out All I out the name "Red" at Alabama t new edition. Since it in used as a
i and it's likely to disrupt football 'prime study source for advance-

_. .y onsorpyg: [ practice because head coach Har- ment in rating the 1950 revision
About Red Tape I .'TiT-'lXi'.JJL fi L."C C old Orew. assistant frosh coach L. has eliminated all but pertinentand
/i ; s r W. Noonan and end Harold Lutz current Navy data.
Dallas (ATI'S) Since the Marines would answer Fritz Crisler
wanted only single men when he was football coach at
shortly after the Korean war Michigan adopted a slogan: "It !! Mounties Seeking
broke out Hiram S. Johnson 21. I never rains between 3 and 6
of Tyler, Tex., saw only one way '
o'clock at Ann Arbor during foot- 400 Recruits ..
to join his old outfit. He'd have ball season." By that he meant
to divorce hU wife enlist and then I ,
that his squad stayed outside re- Ottawa ('&IIRdat'I'S) Glain-
re-marry. I gardless of weather. .orous buildup by novels and the
The "inisMift" <>ltjt4't.**l al first, I 11.Seolu movies to the contrary, the Mounties -
but finally agreed, i I II Ii A goodie was that Bob Hope do not always get their man
A Tyler judge granted the divorce i gag about the football player at least not for service In their
and Hiram and his pretty who said: "I can't make a Tl own ranks.'

brunette ex-wife headed for the'I .......S ,....., coach. My draft board sitting\ the Kuyal Caita-diaii M,Minl 'tl
recruiting office. 1'herethey discovered behind the end" Police are seeking 400 recruit(*
that the Marines had been KOtEA and prefer young min from the .

accepting man led men for months.Mr. Wally Weber Michigan's/ fresh- rural areas. ,.
Johnson was sworn in and then man coach, stunned his charges "They seem: to be able to d>

quickly: re-married his former wife. : ion during a recent scrimmage when more on their own, value their
and handle home
r one of his fresh was blocked so can
Largest Middle Class hard that he turned a complete and machinery better." said Commissioner -
somersault in the air and Weber S. T. Wood.Civilian ,It
Philadelphia (.n'sThe) first began shouting: "See what I
reunion of the largest class ever MJ1.s mean:?! That's a perfect case of
to graduate from the t. S. Naval i tortuitous juxtaposition!" That I MenuHere

Academy will be held here Dec night library attendants were as-
1-2. week-end of the Army-Navy 0 Z3 SO 75 tounded at the steady streams of is next wel'k'snt'1111 for
football game The ('lass of 1916 young athletes thumbing through the Civilian Cafeteria which isilubject
will unite again at the Bellevue- dictionaries. j I i to change. The list includes -
Stratford Hotel. '- Plusorn -x- I| the food available for each
] C" -- particular day and does not imply
Hot Spot II I that all is included in one individ- "
CLASSIFIED I I 1 ual I meal.
Nobleton, Ontario (.U'I'S-An) Monday Puree of lima bean i
I 8-year-old boy went hunting with soup baked ham southern hash,
BULLETIN I his father's rifle recently. His steamed rice, sweet potatoes, collard -
I bag: Four cows belonging to. a greens carrots, field peas assoiled -
FOR KKNTDouble : I
i neighbor.Thtirwlay. salad cake and pie:
garage apt., 4249 AppletonAve. KEY: TO KOREAN ATJN-Tht' above map illustrates the ------x ---- Tuesday -Beef broth barley liver
., Mrs. Bogwell, Ph. 2-0556. rend of recent action in Korea with (1) showing where super- and onion sauce frankfurtersand

3 rm. furn. apt. near: NAS. $45 forts blasted Sinuiju and other planes attacked a 700-truck enemy Theatre baked beans, steamed riceov-
ino., 4502: Irvington Ave. Mrs. convoy moving southward in the Sakchu area. (2)) The I''. S. en brown potatoes turnip greens,
Carney, Ph. 8-6768. I Third Division landed at Wonsan ((31) to reinforce UN troops in squash string beans, assorted, sal. ,
2 bedrm. house in Westconnet the Anju area ((4)) where the British advanced South of I'akrhon. I' Guide ad cake pie and tapioca pudding .
6036: Hyram St., Mrs. Long Ph. U. S. Marines pushed forward north of llamhung- (5)), and South I Wednesday Split pea, roast
8-2098. Koreans did likewise north of Kilcliu ((6)). The broken line Indi- : pork and saurekraut. kidney stew
1..ul n. rm. in new home 2844 Cherokee cates the approximate! battle line at the time the map was made. No"I..r| 30/ steamed rice mashed potatoes,
'Sunset In the West" Roy Rogers mustard greens' rutabagas greenpeas
Circle W. Mrs. Hare Ph. ,
-- -- Friday, 1)eeennhcr I I assorted salad pie and cake. #
J<;xt. 31 S. I Hill To Kill Conveyor I Ut troops on the northwest front : "He's A Cockeyed Wonder I Thursday! Vegetable soup, -

6 rm. brick bungalow, furn., 5123 j were being supplied by an eleo- Mickey Rooney chicken pie spaghetti and meat
San Juan, Mrs Tenny, Ph. 2- Used To Supply Needsof I
j ] tric-powel'ed bucket l'Ollvl'yor.running Saturday, leint 2 sauce, steamed rice, parsely potatoes
460) or 2-4100. No. Korean Troops i "Special Agent" William Eythe buttered cabbage, whole kernel
3 bedrm. house, $75 mo., 5224 11'011hilltop to hilltop .SuiMlity, l>...'.Miil>er S : corn, egg plant, assorted salad/ ,
Bragg 'Rd. It. Tillman, Ph. j Pukchong, Korea (API'S) A in the Sanain area 25 miles from "State Secret" cake and pie

8-4986. 25-mile long conveyor belt usedto Hamhung. I i Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Friday--Fish chowder pot roastof
4 ruts unfurn. apt. in Avondale, the Korean Reds 1 Much llk"*a ski-lift oil dl'l'l'i'k-I Monday, DtNfmlHT. 4 beef fried rod fish tartar sauce
3684 Hedrick St. See Mrs. Russell I supply was I type towers: supported j "Pygmy Island" steamed rice, hash brown potatoes
discovered by members of the Johnny Welssmuller I spinach scalloped tomatoes, pea
Seymore, Ph. 2-0766. from which 100-gallon buckets I Ii
Furn. garage apt. in Riverside, Seventh Infantry Division. >i were suspended, revolving around Toes. J: \\'t'04l., !>..<.. S .\! ft I and carrots assailed salad, cake t

'2215 River Blvd. Mrs. Johnson, A reconnaisance platoon and a turntables oil an endless chain I I'"For Heaven's Sake" Clifton Webb pie and cherry cobbler
Ph. 2-8209: liaison plane! found that C'>IIlfllUn- x --- -- --- -
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Schultz, 1447 Avondale Ave., Ph.
2-5930.: The Makers of "WASHO" Soap
2 beijnn. house 4''MO Manchester Crossword Puzzle
ltd., Hunter, Kxt. 416.
Double rm. 1618 Osceola' St. Mrs. ACROSS h y 4 b 7 d'e //Q : Present the
Arnaud. Ph. 7-8110. I-Sub"llincf I r I

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Astral St. Ph. 26221. H/ .i. 0' J.. II B2'iDrunkard December (0-7, 2iI( I 00!
2 bedrm. stucco house $9,500 payments :I 24-Meadows 11 3/' it
$19.09. Lt. (Ijg') Daniel i I 26-Nurs: Role ;
.28-Note of scale"
Drier 4616 Blount Ave, Ph.I' 29-Tour. H 31 1//:15: NATTC Auditorium
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25 ft. house trailer, 3 rms., 5138 3 3i-Uanleit- pro/rrant Island So 'I 34 P /1 10,1 I I
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