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Jax air news
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December 7, 1950


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Air Station Personnel Undergo Season's First Commanding: Officer's Inspection In nines.


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Headquarters _of the Commander_Fleet Air_ _Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air. Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
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, Second ShowingOf

Variety Show I i Industry Association

, Carded TonightDon't Meets With Military

miss it? a s yr.. yf

That's the word being pass- Members of the Materials Handling Advisory Committee

ed on today by patrons who of the National Security Industrial Association, will con-
jammed the NATTcenter auditorium here and with
\ene today Friday representatives of the
last night to view Navy, Army and Air Force to discuss developments in ma-
the first showing the big terials handling equipment and methods.
_ Show which features .
About 25 representatives of nat ---- -
station talent. The second I ionally prominent industrial concerns Morals, Munitions Board: Commodore
show will be presented tonightat are expected to attend. The J, K. Richards, executive director
industries include the Newport of the Association! ; Capt.
:WOO! News Ship-building and Dry Dock I. M. Young, HG. US Air Force:
Some 16 acts paraded! across Co.. Terminal Warehouse! Co., and Comdr. J. W, Foley, Bureau of
the stage of the auditorium in a ...--- .-- American Car and Foundry Co., Aeronautics.The .
smooth, novel type' _of presentation I ONE OF FIRST KLOOI OItS-WilJ1am R, Alford, ADI, of Pennsylvania Railroad, AmericanCan I Bureau of Ships will be represented -
which won the acclaim of the Capacity Flight Test division of Overhaul and Repair department, finds it Co., Hyster Co., Clarke Equipment by Arthur S, Russev; Bureau -
audience. Many of the, acts a pleasure and no effort at all to donate a pint of blood to the Co., Republic Steel Corp, 1 of Yards and Docks by R. N.
were called LAck for encores.Nell I Navy's account with the Jax mood Hank. Alford, who is tended-to Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., i I Fortier; and the Army General
ProducrdFiom by a Blood Bank nurse, was one of 11 naval personnel of the station United Aircraft Corp., Aircraft Industries Staff by J. It. Haikiiix. R. A.
,. the pantomime insight of who completed the first group to give blood under the new Association, Moore McCormack I Moody, of BuSand A: R H. O'Don-
the chaos and confusion; of whatdrie.'tors I I knell! of the A (
rim 'OIp of En.
program. (See picture on 5). Lines, Inc. B. F. Goodrich -
and producers must con- I ___ ._ Co., Insurance Company of ': (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 4)
ti'ml with to the thrills! and chills
of the Trio which closed I North America, Alhs-Chalmers
Spinning Co. Railway Express Co., and
Officials Discuss Plans
was the show a definite, the ('ntllI'l'oductinn hit. Patrons on i Johns-MansUlle Sales Corp. National Guard
Two Day Sea*Jon ,i
ham! at the full two-hour-plus program
received double bounty for Brig.Military General personnel J. A. Cranston expected, are assistant 'Officers To Meet
then -including one of the best .For Channel '
Dredging to the executive director of
shows ever presented here, plus a
the Association; Major VV. B. ErWin I!
tcehng} of "having given" to the Here Dec. 9-10
I of the Office of the Chief of :
Charity Carnival fund Naval and civilian officials from the Sixth Naval District Engineers; R. N. Fortier, of the
its The theme show of definitely earned which i out included !, and the Bureau of Supplies! and Accounts have been i Bureau of Yards and Docks; Seventv-uu> officers of the

vocalists."variety"instrumentalists meeting for the past 8 days; at NAS Jacksonville to discuss!\ Comdr. Tabot E. Harper, Bureau I combined 1 Florida Georgia

. ouniMitiiinlsts:: comedians, group I i plans for dredging the turning basin and entrance channelat Maritime of Ordnance Administration; F. M Hantt; ,Comdr.U. S. staffs of the 18th Infantry

sinp'is: soloists, and danceis., I Mayport and expansion of fuel! facilities within this area. E R, Joshua, BuSandS; Col. W. J. I Division, U. S. National Guard
Variety III A< NPcriotming "
-'-- ------- will conduct a General and
Capt. VV. T. Eckberg, Publi.
are Fernando on the twohourplusnroyrarn and Linna, I Winks officer of the Charleston r --j r:' : i' Special Staff training conference -

Spanish: dancers; Carnival Cnn | District headquarter! and A, J. jf :: : at NAS, Jacksonville, December

Can dances; Yvonne McCullough. ''Thompson, civilian engineer, tort !9 and 10, it was an-
tap Hunter; (;lot 1.1 Genard, panto- f
rnim lit; SSntliuk Trio; baritone | with NAS commanding officer, .... ,ir nounced today.The .
Milton t'ulp: vocalist Albeit. l''rico Capt. Douglas T. Day and Comdr. i.f fifth of a series of staff
and fioii.1: SOITPII 1 i schools initiated by the Department
young singer.Zuc Eugene: ;: J: Peltier Public Work!
Ann Khodf, versatile d of DI' l'nselnder an accel
tn- I
. (Please Turn to Pace 8, Col.! 4) : officer, to ponder preliminary n |I eintcd program to train civilian
studies of the dredging project. I component staffs for active service -

i j Monday and Tuesday of this in emergency, the currently
15,000 Naval I scheduled conference will cover
[ ttt-ek Capt. II. F. Gingrkh. Sup-
I } combat operation) orders and inll'llig't'II'I' -
I r_"' Sc Fifccal officer, along with on Division,
' processes
Reserves Being I Comdr. Charts L, Lot'ing) assistant Coip find Army levels Prevous:
Supply officer and Commander M conferences have been held at
J'eltici confi'ted with C F Howl- Macon, Savannah and Jacksonville .
Called For Duty ,
of the of and
son Bureau Supplies .
The confen'ncc111 be attend-
The Ndtli. ,,> w rek began calling I Accounts.:, This group discussed the oil by Maj. Gen. Henry D. Rus-
up 1.1,000() onlisttd reservesho I needs for expansion of fuel facilities \ ncll.1 Commanding General, 48th
will be oidnvd to report in and prepared recommenda Imantiv, Division, Macon, Ga.:
At.1 I May and June of next year I, tions. r s'Slt9fg& MJI On. MatkV.. Lance, Adjutant
'j 1 1 I' ( ailing lip] of .irHPivps by General, State of Florida;
uii ;N.\y; ; was the first large- A request' for $::,,500.01 for the HI'IGen/ Joseph C. Hutchinson,
1, nit Kuiiimomii: of reservists, I expansion project Is Included in assistant Division Commander,
inihe lull in mobilization when the military appreciations bill now ISth Infantry Dhision Sanford,
ii\,, in 1<::01",1 i ,tppcar'sd certain "'Ift. BIGf'n.. Patrick E. Sinuright -
i t lie Irt'lion landings, before congress. Comanding Geneial. 4MhImantiv
!Ir "th"I' nI/IIIT"\\I'/' mobilization I,I Bids for the dredging will probably Division Artillcr, Sa-
\ "< ,pnicnts this week Senator Ix called! tom by the Navy: "'.\m SIlO'\iPElu'on' 1', Ga. and Col! Benjamin F
t ,r,' .,,1. buried Services Commit-I is tcpoittii. forme", in the Variety Division! Macon, Gi;
-:url the present 21monthi In another IOMIHH'ruslated. : for'' which l..t. its second I"I.; The Naval Air Station will\ provide ...
i i i fin drafter*' service must be Friday aftcl noun PL the G,'org. tonight:: ;.n ':000 are shown quarters, mess and classroom -
i ,II d-d ulontMtli the automat Washington Hotel Jepiesentntiv.-s as the ixere snapped durin facilities for the visiting of
a difi'1'merit fur college students from the Bureau! of Yards. Docks rehearsals:! early this week. ficers. A dinner will be held! at
: and Public Works office of Sixth I' left top is Gloria Gerrard the Naval Air Station Officers
Also, Dcfenjie officials have announced Naval District, NAS l'ublk'orl<1I Supply who goes into tier pantomime Club Saturday evening December
that the recent order to officer Comdr. Eugene Peltier and I a la Betty Hutton. At I } 9, for the visiting officers
give serves font to six months' city utilities commissioner J. Dillon j the right is pianist Wilhelmina Arrangement for Nation Guard
notice of a call, and plans for Kennedy, will meet to discuss! Kist, daughter of an NAS em r officer participation are being
releasing 5M/If'' r'-prvcs n month availability and reliability! of f'lec.I I ployee. Yvonne !McCulIough, con '**.''... by Lt. Col. A. M, McCoy -
beginning in Jill arc now being tHc power for Naval installationsin lower photo, of Supply) is featured \ 48th Infantry Divisioil
hold 'In abeyanc- this area. s in a tap d.ince specialty __ ..J -' ...." general.Naval .


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 7 December 1950

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Jax Air News Report From Washington

Plans Courses In
Station Published Jacksonville every, Fla.Thursday lor Navy activities at Naval Air Navy Comptrollership

NAS, Jacksonville

Comdr.Caot. Douglas Porter T.F. Day.Bedell_ Commanding Executive Officer Officer '2,500 Up For Promotions to Captain, CommanderBy

Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear Armed Forces Press Service Service Corps, Nurse Corps and Civil Engi-
Adm. Alfred E. Montgomery Commander The Navy is ready to consider applications neer Corps.

Capt. Allen Smith ._._..._______Chief of Staff for a one-year post-graduate course in comp- a a *
Fleet Air Wine Eleven trollership at a civilian institution to be an- The Air Force is restricting the use of jeeps
Capt. George' C. Montgomery Commander ounced later. The first; class' is expected to and other military-type motor vehicles at U.S.

Comdr. Charles Robertson_____.. Chief Staff Officer convene in September 1951. bases, in order to conserve such vehicles for
Naval Hospital Eligibles are unrestricted general line, aviation overseas service. Military-type vehicles in the
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton. Commanding Officer engineering duty aeronautical engineering U.S. will b replaced by commercial-type vehicles -

Capt. Guy E. Stahr ___._ Executive Officer duty, Medical Corps, Supply Corps, such as the half-ton pickup truck and
NARTU and Civil Engineer Corps officers in gradesof the carryall.

Capt. Raymond N. Sharp___ Commanding Officer captain, commander, and lieutenant com- .

Comdr. Laurence Ruch.. ._ .. ... ,'n ._._.___........_... Executive Officer mander. Classes in the Navy Class "A" Machinery
e a *
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Repairman's School, San Diego, Calif., will
The Army has published a new field man-
two weeks instead of the
convene every pres-
building. Phone extension 8184. ual, "Military Police," as a basic guide in the ent every four weeks, beginning January 2,
Editor-Andrew H.
performance of military police duties. It supersedes
14 weeks trains
1951. The course, lasting non-
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JOS.
FM 19-5 of June 14, 1944, and incorporates -
20 fire-
rated enlisted and has billets for
The JAX AIR NEWS If published wceniy *t the U. S. Naval Air Station. men,
Jacksonville, Florida and printed commercially with non-appropr'iated fundsat improved techniques and proceduresfor men or fireman apprentices. .
no expense to the government and In compliance: with NAVEXOS P-.1.V Rev military police work .
Nov. 1943 Copies are. distributed free ot choice at the Naval Air Station, the *
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Natal Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, and Limitation medical The Air Force will reactivate the Presquo
of those for
the U. S. Naval eligible care Isle Maine Air Force Base January 1, 1951.
The :SAX AIR NEWS\ I II a memeer ot the Armed Forces Press Serviee. Re- at Army facilities to personnel authorized in ,
production ot mateilal souices must line Rcpubllratlcnf Army Regulations 40-506 has been directed by This important World War II base has been
oh( r matter, ex rpt bv service publlcatloni U prohibited! without peimlsslont inactive for three years. tI is located 30 miles
the authorized to
Army. Among re-
Editor SAX AIR KEVVS. persons Limestone the Canadian
southwesct on
ceive medical treatment at Army facilitiesare
border site of a large base for intercontinental -
certain Reservists and
dependents, mem-
B-36 bombers, and the nearest U. S, take-
bers of other Services.
The Regulations establishes policy govern :3ff point to Europe.
ing authorization for medical treatment and *
the extent of the treatment authorized. Conversion of two unused stables into classrooms -
recently gave the Artillery School at

Five Navy selection boards are meeting to Fort Sill ,Okla., capacity for 512 more stu-
recommend staff corps officers for promotionto dents than it had previously. The stables, builtof
captain and commander. A total of 2,500 an excellent grade of stone, quarried at Fort
officers are being considered in the Dental Sill, formerly housed the animals of the 4th

.L' Corps, Supply Corps, Medical Corps, Medical Animal Transportation Battalion.WmefTafk .
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Thursday, December '7

"Lightning Guns," Charles Star-

rett.Friday, Dei-ember 8
NARTU "Mrs.: O'Malley and Mr. Malone"

Marjorie MainSaturday
DwemUer 9
a VMF:\ 144 has renewed re- 'i Congratulations are in order to "Beau Gueste" ...... Gary CoopefrSunday
+ order to 1st Lt. Henry A. F. Von Der Hyde,
cruiting efforts in December 10
Jr. his assistAnt .
assignment as -
upon "Watch the Birdie" Red Skelton
bring personnel up to authorized 1 recruiting officer for the Marine -
Monday, Dwember 11
strength. At the pres- 1 Corps in the Jacksonville area. "The Tougher They Come" .. .........
ent time there are ten va- Lt. Von Der Hyde was formerly in Wayne Morris

cancies in the squadron i' charge of recruit training forVMF TtH'H. and \Ved. !)(>('. 11-13

1st Lt. Claude Daly and 1st Lt. 144. "Joan of Arc" .... Ingrid Bergman
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William B. Thompson Jr. paid a 1
visit to the Jacksonville School of African Airmen Will
TOY REPAIRS-Firemen of station No. 2 turn helpers to IndustrialContinued .
Santa; again this year, assisting with the repair of toys for distri Technology and were successful in See Duty In Korea

button among needy families in Jax. Mrs. It. II. Tucker, chairmanof I recruiting in several two. good men, ( from Page 1) I Tokyo (AFPS) The Flying
I the Community Toy Center, accepts a load of repaired and repainted swearing Carter, 1014 East They llth are St., and I gineeis and Andrew W. Poppard, Cheetahs, a South African Air
tricycles from Raymond Wingate. The toys were collected 1 Jesse J. Hicks, 2545: Peach Drive of the Office of the Quartermaster I. Force Squadron of 50 officers
during the summer and stored in building 555 here. I Jacksonville General, will also be present I and 157 enlisted men, will soon
I National Security Eyed I join the United Nations Forces in
An organizational meeting of The National Security Industrial Korea.

Personnel Benefits ListedA VMF'a Rifle and Pistol team will Association, a nonpolitical non- i This is the first contingent in
be held at 2000, Tuesday, Decem-
profit, non-lobbying organization, South African forces to be sent in
ber 5, at Duval County Armory. is dedicated to the propositionthat I to the U.N. Security Coun
I series of weekly articles: compiled by the Benefits Section of The team will be coached by Capt. the national security is a I cil's answer request to member states for
Frank M. Richard. Last year'steam
which Industry
the Personnel Office will be published in the Jax Air News to assist ranked high in competition responsibility must share with American the De-- aid.a .

personnel and their dependents to better understand the various benefits throughout the Southeast. Capt. partment of Defense. Through a guided tour of the station, and

available to them. Richard is looking forward to good cooperative approach it seeks to will make a trip to the Naval
-. -- attendance at the meeting Tues- bring the extensive industrial and Station, Gren Cove Springs, wherea I
The views expressed in these articles -
will be those of the individuals I You could discontinue premiums day night. business experience of its membersto ship commissioning ceremonywill
immediately and have $4,568 Personnel Peol'8Onab-Cpt. Rich- the solution of the problems of be witnessed.
writing them and not of the
I ard E. of Gainesville has Only a few weeks ago the Sup
Clapp preparedness.
Benefits Section or of the Navy; permanent insurance/ for the rest
I joined the select group of those The two-day program has been ply and Fiscal Department plan
Should 1'ou' Convert Your
of your life-with approximately. who have seen a flying saucer. Cpl. planned by the Supply and Fiscal ned a similar conference for another -
unless want to insurance $1,000 in accumulated dividends. Clapp'was one of a group who reported i Department, NAS Jax, representing committee of the National I
Yes -
you pay With permanent insurance you spotting the saucer flying the commanding officer in Security Industrial Association
premiums as long as you needn't' die to win you have over the Gainesville area last handling all details and arrange- The Navy Cook Book Task Com- .
Jive Do ?
you money saved! To be used now by week. ments. The group will be taken on mittee.
Most of you have not converted, you or later by your loved ones
:reason that you have good insurance when they'll need it most.
at a low premium so why paymore ,
With term insurance
for it ? Term insurance is you gain
cheap now, but do you know that i nothing but a high premium.

your premium goes up every five NSLI"It's better to have it
years until at the oldest age you and not need it than to need it
can keep it, the premium is $94.50 and not he it."

a month for $10,000.00 term insurance I I -- I -r
? Could you afford that
:much premium? Reserve Waves
Suppose .ion had concerted!

At age 23. for example, the Ordinary Organized Into I _
Life premium, just one of
the six permanent plans NSLI I
New Shore UnitLos ttv
ffers, would be $13,iO per t'
month fur 10000. In twenty r
year you would hate-paid a total Angeles, Calif. (AFPS)- t
of 3288. The forecast of a future all-fe-
male shore establishment for
the Navy received a boost re-
DIVINE cently with the organization ofa
new Naval Reserve program
called the Shore Waves.
1 a
SERVICESAT The Navy's female counter- t

part of the Sea Scouts move-

THE STATION CHAPELS ment for teen-agers is thrivingat
the Compton Naval Reserve i

Protestant Training Center.

W)30) -Services. All Saints' Chapel Supervised by WAVE Lt. Lo-
(Sunday School) raine Thomas Compton school \
teacher and Reservist, the 50 '.
0315) -Naval Hospital Chapel. ". ,
girls now in the Shore Waves .,
104S-A11 Saints Chapel. meet one evening a week for a
that includes J

Catholic marksmanship.The training program. ..n ______ ___--. -"... -- .

0830-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL purpose, say Navy officials WRAPPING TIME-Members of the Navy Wives Club perform a joyous duty wrapping about

W30-St Edwards' Chapel (Catechism ,'is to give the youngsters a 1,504 toys In gay Christmas paper, under the supervision of Airs. Douglas T. Day, second from left,
Class). first-hand look at Navy operation rlialrman of gift wrapping and distribution. The gifts will be distributed to kiddies at the an-

1030-Mara, St. Edward's and life, with future en- renal station Christmas Party, Dec 22. Left to right: are !Mrs. Joe Sinko. Mrs. Day, Sirs. George

0645-Mass at Hospi"t, ChaptLj UvVfaent* in view. Scliuller, Mrs. Joseph Simons and Mrs. Elliott Newell.

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loir tin, Man. (A1'PS) .' .,(_i, .., '#::. "

"1 selected Congregational five grade Church school : : : : :: ; >S ... .; '

to be In of the > '? "'<'I< .
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tion's 250th anniversary, :
will be marked in the

llouMon, Tex (Al" 1'fs) I
guests were routed
sleep and forced to flee
chilly night when fire
the Sweet Dreams Hotel.

TuUa, Okla.-(Al..I's)- I
church displays the
in its cloakroom: Please :
leave hats or coats here i
attendant ts on duty i
sometime come into the (' I ;
pray"Trwiton I ,I I II
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N. J. (AF 1'S) I I '
'.,. totist who failed to heed a I I
man'i warning was !
write V)0 times: 'I will j I
obey the order of a traffic I : i
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Monrovia. Calif (AFPS)
teen-year-old Anet "
attempt at cooking turned 'I
flop. She sent four
hei family to the I
she used rat poison
flour in the biscuits. I
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.. Sun lamlMO. Calif. (. ) I! .
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The mighty Shasta Dam I
12 million tons Still I
tached to the itiuctuie is :
reading, "United States q
ment property Do not '
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Ladles Auxiliary ;.i I ; ; : I- = .

Unit 91, Ladies Auxiliary .I -Little Lynn Bishop, left, and Lin.
Fleet Reserve Parental Home in Southsid
hold its regular monthly .. uncooled water from one of the old.
Monday December 11 at 'i'r.I. I I : there. But come Christmas, the home .1
the Cumberland Road 1|' : water cooler, thanks to the CPO Club
ity Center Final plans ,' $2,500 fund drive have pledged water
made for the program for i'I ? I s and gifts to orphans of Jax,
families at Christmas time.Composings
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I I Composings ': ) I to i|', Chiefs Fund Drive Xmas

from I I llpon-
Squadron 62 makes its I part. Aids
the Jax Air News by ; 15 orphans
aboard Lcdr Roy B. I' audi

is to become the I The Chief< Petty Officers Club
executive officer, and the I free set out this week in earnest to
and enlisted men who attain the goal of 'a $2,500 fundto
tinned from recent carrier I II .offi. aid orphans and underprivilegedchildren
Lcdr. Dalton, a resident I' in the Jacksonville area
kadelphia Ark., who I: The Chiefs, as in their campaignlast
j missioned a_ naval motor I year, will aim to brighten the
serving as an enlisted I Christmas
I fiojji season for children of
relieve Lcdr Thomas II i I seven homes for children, includ-
as executive officer when 1 !i --- ing Childiens Home Socity of
tei leaves for the ; ...Florida Boj Home Association
j School at Monterey I ( ) Duval County Parental Home for
month I Girls, Daniel Memoiial\ Home foi
in 1936 Lcdr Dalton .,
Back Children St. ) .
storekeeper at Coco Solo :: tuy' Home, Du-
County Negro Boys Parental
and later served in a :: Home.
Baptist Home for Children
the USS Chlca
,. was city aboard graduated from the I I and Parental Duval Home County Negro GuU

flight school at
where he won his wings/ in .i. : Seventen representatives have
ary of 1942 and seived ; \ been named to take care of collections -
72 on carriers in the for the drive at respective -
that year: I I. : departments: They Include
In May 1943, Lcdr Chiefs Max Bean R-1; Call Flynn,'
assigned! to the Naval Air Mobile Unit; Arthur Grubbs, Faa-
ial Center at Philadelphia. ion 109;; Ralph Howard, Heel Air
test pilot and a year Wing\ 11. Don George, O&R Plant
aboard the USS Bennington I division: Aided Haas, O & R Infection -
aviator In VF-82. I I : Robert Thiel, Personnel.

He was promoted to his I ; ( l lY William Mansfield, X-1; Willing
lank in June of 1946 Gibson, Hospital: John Flood.t;
the reserve list at the Edward Sulli8n.1; Don Si:h-
World War II, Lcdi Dalton I I I : Y midt, Supply, Victor Adams, Cag1 -
tained his long time '' I ; Edward tanacly, I'Tj; Myron
with the naval service ; i Haibison, Operations boat facility;
NARTU at Memphis, Tenn., : ; jt.l y Leroy George, Operations boat facility
he was commanding : and John Powell X-2.
VA-91A. I ; ..
a a a : : .,
I I : Alcatraz Island, site of the U,S,
Word,. of praise fen one
aquadions deatchment of : : Federal Prison, is only 1.8V' ) feet
; long and 130 feet above 'N ]level. ;y
men now 'ervln&,aboard a .. ..
in the :war area came' : : '"
MichaeUS\ .'. ;A.ltJl&tOol.tbe.: ; ; 4e. Huaey i t. an old Bnghsh word w;
'. I from the word "In*** i
naval aviator,who U in I| .saId I, originating
the group, In a recent ; v wif'I
Comdi )Ucy. with
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Page Four JAX AIR 7 December 1950

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The SRO sign went up early at
SALTY HUMOR FROM L :4 last Saturday's special floor show,

HERE AND THERE which scored such a terrific hit
at the club The managementis
urging all chiefs keep up the
Definition: wolf-a fellow who ii3 fi fine attendance.

watches all the fashions, but nev- The charity drive, from latest

er changes his* designs.* reports, is coming along very well
Bingo is on tap again Friday
An Englishman, noticing a wo- i night and the regular weekly I
man wearing falsies, said, "It's a dance is slated for Saturday night
sham darnel'A >. with Bee Haven's orchestra.

good example of perpetual 1 Bob Anderson Is boasting Of
some nfce reds and trout: whichhe
drinking a pailof
motion is a cow '
landed on his fishing trip to
milk. 4 the west coast of Florida. .;",

Two old maids went for a tramp] Herb Pistole and Ed Voss came up I
with bag of 17 last week j
in the woods. The tramp escaped. a quail
Chuck Charley and Comer
The drunk stood on the street Mahone are expecting Santa to y
corner singing "Amapola." A little present them with another tax
I exemption this month .'The new
dog walked up and said, "Okay,
bartender is Jack Frost the
it." prideof
bud, you asked for South Georgia.

Dave: Just one kiss, honey. I Best of luck to all chiefs taking
Wave: We haven't time. Taps the LDO exams.Develop.
will blow in an hour.

Do you know how to make antifreeze \j\. j ;: : Simple
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? Yes, hide her pajamas.

Should a mother of 40 get mar- ONCE-OVEIt-l\lembers of the

ried again? Shore Patrol come to attentionin
No. That's enough children for ranks as they undergo an inspection Atomic RadiationWashington

any woman. by Capt. Douglas T.

Day, NAS commanding officer, (-rS-A simple
Little George was saying left front. Accompanying Captain inexpensive device to measure the
good night prayers." Day are Lt. Paul Till man, extent of atomic radiation to individuals -
"Can't hear ;you, said his moth- left, who bade goodbye to his has been developed, the

er."Wasn't said ,unit after inspection; Cotmlr. Army has announced. Capable of
to !
talking you Fred Gage, chief of staff officer\ mass production to meet both mil
little George firmly. ComNab-6, rear, and Lt. How- litary and possible civil defense II
ell Fellers, right, who succeeds needs, larger quantities may be
Visitor: I'd like to see some one Lt. Tillman.In available within six months.
with a little authority.SA .
: What can I do for you? I bottom photo Lt. Paul Designated aN a wlfdeveloping
photographic dosliueler, tlietdevice
i have about as little authority as Tillman, left, pins the brassardof
in small, light, and maybe _
around here.
anybody shore patrol officer in the
hung around the neck like asoldier's
Jacksonville area on Lt. (jg)
"dog tag"
Popa loved Mama, Howell Fellers. Lt. Fellers relieves
measure very light as Well M
Mamma loved men; Lt. Tillman who reportsfor
fatal dottea of radioactivity
Mama's in the graveyard, duty to the West Coast.
Popa's In the pen. The dosimeter was developed
under sponsorship of the Army
Men and women want different I A Signal Corps Engineering Laboratories -

things. Men want women and wom- Locate Uranium II Fort Monmouth N. J., by
en want-men. H urumpherahjussamin u tl/ he Polaroid Corp., of Cambridge, ..
rlass. It employs principles discovered -
Any oat can be the cat's whis- Miles Beneath by Dr. Edwin II Land and
kers, but it takes a tom cat to be Course In Telephone Technique used in the famous Land camera.

a cat's paw.Captain Pacific OceanLos

In Offing For Office Workers Personnel InvitedTo
: Don't you salute an Angeles .AFPS-A new j
officer when you see him? Recruit potential source of uranium, vital -
: Sorry, sir, I didn't know element in the manufactureof When a dulcet voice answers \ pal- 'tment- --requesting-----It." Nurses DanceNavy
were a lieutenant. A-bombs, has been found. I
The only trouble is the site is your telephone ring, I Realizing that telephone Efficiency I personnel have been extended .

She has ears like a steam shov- located a mile beneath the and helps you complete your also depends upon the con- an invitation to attend the
el-always picking up dirt waves of the Pacific Ocean. mission with\ courtesy and effective I venience of equipment Lcdr. I annual Christmas Dance held by .
Scientists returning from a dispatch, you may be James P. Lynch, Communicationsofficer I the senior class of St. Vincent's '
Girl: How about a date Sun- recent 29,000 mile expedition certainto said that his office wouldbe i I Hospital, December 14 at the
amazed but
day night? sponsored by the U.S. Navy and you are I happy to provide technical assistance Women's Club, Riverside Avenue.
Sailor: Sorry. I'm getting mar- the University of California re- be pleased.Not in improving the use of Tickets for the dance, which is
ried Sunday night; but how about ported the discovery of a 1,000- that civilian office personnel existing facilities. "Frequently our semi-formal, sell for $1.25: and can .
Monday night? mile long mountain range with of the station are generallyrude skilled personnel are able to sug- be obtained from any senior nurse
gest more affective office arrange- or at the door.
peaks as high as 14,000 feet a or inefficient But because
Elephants weigh from 150 to mile under the sea between Lcdr. Guiseppe Macri, Industrial ments where by with no cost to
tOO pounds at birth. Hawaii and Wake Island. Relations officer, happened to pick the government telephone efficiency If mosquitoes can't get blood
up a little booklet issued by the is greatly increased," he said. they subsist on plant juice.
......'to"-"IIb..v. ,_. __ Electronic measurements re- Bell Telephone Company entitled
: : vealed the possibility that theearth's
f (
(1 "How to Make Friends by Tele-
core there is rich in ura- "
nium and radium. Of special phone.
significance to national defensewas A two-hour refresher course In 41I
j the discovery of 4-inch lay- telephone courtesy Is being con 4. .
jj ers of almost pure manganese, a ducted by IRD training supervisors qT ,.
j strategic metal used in steel. for all departments of the I
Now all they need do is figure station and facilities within the {
4 w'
some way to dig the uranium immediate area.
potential out. *

1 -x'O.oplers I TIll COL'KSE is presented by
Gel ImportantRole Wilbur Cough, chief training sup ? E 4l
I ervisor and Edison O. Umstot, his
assistant. It consists of a question
,In Assault War
and answer period, followed by an

Washington (AFPS-With) the illuminating movie showing proper
1 and improper telephone techniques.All "
helicopter playing a leading ,
new tactics in amphibious assaults employees whose duties Include -
,d! and ground warfare are being de- answering telephone calls 3
veloped, the Office of Chief of are urged to attend the sessions
Naval Operations reported recently and encouraged .to express their wttr
I : own opinions on what it takes to ; pq"
achieve a pleasing telephone per- .
It was explained that both the g > ,k tKwgy
Marines and the Army have programs sonality.
set for an undisclosed number Among the main gripes listed c
of helicopter-equipped tact! were; mumbling with a cigaretteor } Sa
I II cal units. Planned are 'copter of a wad of chewing gum in the
4,500 pounds, doing 100 knots, and mouth; leaving the caller hanging I i <
capable: of setting down 20 fully- on to the line for a prolonged I
> I equipped soldiers or a jeep or a period: failure to get the point f
105mm. gun.Automatic. promptly; and indifference to the h x
-x- need of the caller. Tone of voice f '+kr
also counted, with general agree-
t N > LifeguardNow ment that it should not reflect the ,
mood of the caller, even thoughhe
Developed may not feel too good.

Dayton, Ohio (.U'rS-A) new .. '. I
automatic lifeguard and time saver'or THE IMPORTANCE of good 1
pilots of distressed aircraft has telephone procedure was stressedby

Seen developed here at Wright- Commander Macri who point. jed .......,.,._o I
Patterson Air Force Base. out that a large percentage of .
n ( y / A flip of the switch by the pilotof calls dealt with persons out side' PhONE ORIENTATION-"Your technique is showing," so
an airplane in distress will the Navy. The majority of these says Edison O. Umstot, senior training supervisor at Industrial .
I i TALL 'N TERRIFIC-Beverly cause the craft's radio transmitterto were handled by civil service per Relations department as he reproves Mrs Mary Woutrn, clerk
Michaels, MGM screen star- : send out a series of automatic sonnel. "The course is part of the I stenographer, as he points to the Bell Telephone booklet on correct -
let, believes that beauty can be SOSs and radio signals, leavingthe public relations instruction of the telephone procedures. In the interest of demonstrating wrong
stretched. At least her beauty pilot free to ""0tlate; a crash employee development program," methods, Mary Is ((1) not speaking directly, into the transmitter; .
reaches treat heights' Even landing or ball out. he said. "We tried it out first on (2)) has failed to have a pad and pencil ready; (3) Is not listening 4
without the ladder the la I The signals alA will aid ground our own personnel, and are now attentively; (4)) obviously U not toln. .U keep. .the call brief and F FI FI
1 t feet Z 'inches tall. direction crews to locate the plane. prepared to present it in any de- businesslike.


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;r'r Black Phantom Also Ran

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I I 4&e Wee Wee of France Takes I

I k; World's 1st Cockroach RaceThe

Black Phantom, prideof
dance, sponsored by Branch 91,
NAS farm stables
r. Q "j"jA ran a Fleet Reserve Association wil be
poor fourth in the world's used to defray expenses of pre-

first elimination cockroachrace paring for the 1951 Fleet Reserve -

at the Duval County Ar- Association!' which will be
held in Jacksonville.
mory last Saturday, in one of I' Members of Branch 91 expressed

the feature attractions of appreciation to the commanding

Branch 91, Fleet Reserve As- I officers, officers and enlisted men

J sociation's benefit i show- of NAS Jax, Cecil Field, Naval
I dance. Station Green Cove Springs Green
4' i # %J I Cove Branch 98, Yukon Branch
Trd Despite the combined efforts of 126, and newspapers, radio stations
Comdr John M Hirst, Malaria and business establishments
"I and Mosquito control officer, Lt. for support and cooperation" In
(jg) John McAllister and Chief rr .ing the affair such a huge success -
Jean Kirsch, the Black Phintom .
was definitely not In shape for the

/ y 4 "S race which was won by Wee Wee
'r representing France.DI"tln&ut..hf'l1 .
JudgesL Helicopter Sight

a d 1 e s' Choice, representing
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'-a.-i. -- tU: s ii" Uil; "Jm!:i Shangai, China ran a close; sec- Causes ConcernIn
MORE NAVY "E" WINNERS-Doing the job up right Is Ensign Daniel Mealy as he touches up ond and Caliente Cal of Guantanamo -
I the Navy "E" on Ensign Lawrence Nicholls' plane while other "E" winners of VF-13 kabitz. Left Bay, Cuba finished third.

to right are, Lt. Ilarlan Cheauvront, Ensign Delbert Brandenburg:, Ensign Lawrence Nicholls, Ensign Other entries included Rainey Day Georgia TownIt
Daniel Mealy and Lt. (jg) George Kerstein. Los Angeles, Calif; Aloha Lou,
Hawaiian Islands; Pravda Joe.
T representing Russian Interests; looked like Santa Claus arriving
Info School Five Pilots Of ..VF-13 Join Wallin Willie San Francisco; Chin by helicopter; to the exiclted

Chin, Manchuria; Fish 'N Chips, youngsters of the Woodbine", Geor-

Set To Move London, England and Hotcha, representing gia school when the curious air-
Argentina. craft with the whirling propellers

Ranks Of WinnersScorin The first race was Judged by I landed gently In the school yard.
Early In 51 Navy'E' city commissioners J. Dillon Ker- With delight they poured from

nedy, Emory Price, Ernest Hasel- the classroom, only to find that

Washington (AITS) Three outstanding ratings in recent squadron rocket and bombing don and Judge L. B. McCullough instead of the Jovial old saint try-

'. Armed Forces schools now located I competition, five pilots of VF-13 are the latest to join the ranksof Good Floor Show I Ing out modern transportationmethods
at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., Navy "E" winners in the fleet squadrons. Several hundred people were r\r it was the U. S. Navv
hand to enjoy the benefit following up a tip that a plane
will move early next year to Ensign Larry Nicholls established big a
make room for re-establishment himself as a leading contenderfor cis C. Norris, AOC, Wilbert O fair, headlined by Tommy Scott might have crashed somewhere in

of the Amy War College there. Individual honors In the squadron Jones, ADO Joseph M, McFarland, Hollywood huiybilly Jamboree the vicinity.
.. The Army has announced that by earning the Navy "E" in AOl, Harold J. Freeman, AOl, Ed- Dane music was provided by Jimmy The tip came from the sheriff
the three cchooN now at Car- both rockets and bombs. ward F. Gold, AOl Paul E. Garsz, Weatherby's Memphis danc of Canideii County in uhl<'h the
title Barracks will complete Winning the "E" is nothing new A02 Carl Boswell ADAN, Jack orchestra town of Woodbine lit located.

their move l>v April 15, 1951. to Ensign Nicholls, who last year B, Danielson, AOAN, and Clarence I Proceeds from benefit show- Sheriff Smith had spotted some
The Annul Vorres Information also qualified for an "E" in gun- W Keene, AOAN, strange looking wreckage In a
School anti the Army and Air nery during the competitive fir- nearby marsh, awl had got In
Force liuplains'' School will "Let Down Your Hair touch with the Naval Air Sta.

move to Fort :sloeum, N. Y., Ing.Rn'lllt'n Daniel N. Mealy and Paralyzed Vets HuntIn And J''I lion In Jacksonville" llorida Ito
while the Army Security Agency Ensign Drlbert E. Brandenburg Says General (J Jlf) Louis B. Schmeltwr, pilot

School will he transferred to annexed their Navy "E's" for Their Wheel Chairs Atlanta, Ga. (AFPS)-An invitation I of the helicopter, and Henry E.
Smalllng, chief machinist who
Fort l>ev'ens, Mass. outstanding performances In to "let their hair down andtalk" ,
.. rocket competition and Ito Ilar Rkhmoml, III. (AI<'PS)-Eleven II I I. also salvage officer of the station .
!la has been
The Army War College ex- extended to en-
pected to move to Carlisle Bar- lan R. Chen> *'ront and Lt. (jg) paraylzed war veterans are prov- listed men by Gen. John R. Hodge | set forth to InvmUgata.
George E. Kerkteln rated tops ing to themselves and others that The school yard offered a good
racks In June or July following commanding general Third
In bombing to earn their "E" their handicaps need not bar them I landing spot so down they went,
renovation at the post. The college Army, it was announced recently -
"wa rda.The from sports afield. "I guess a couple of thousand people
has been temporarily located:
expert work and excellent They went" pheasant hunting came out," Lt. Schmeltzer reported .
*t Fort Lcavenworth, Kan. II Under this new at Fort
cooperation of the squadron's ordnance In their wheel chairs and bagged program "They'd never seen a helicopter .
: crew was cited by partici- 31 Mrds. McPherson called the Army'sCharacter before, at least not that
pating pilots as a major factor in Guidance program, enlisted i close."
Marine Is Marine Hunting on a controlled -
preserve J men are called from time
the over-all success of the squadron I Locating Sheriff Smith, thNavy
where 100 birds had been
to time to meet the general and
men asked him to come
The Marines released, the veterans, some of
In speak their .
.. Members of the ordnance crew whom had never handled a shot- minds.x along while they searched the
of VF-13 that contributed to the : swamp for the reported wreck-
N. C. AI<' 'SA )- before, had a field day.
Lejfin, ( gun
Camp "
competition are: John E. McCrane, ape$: "Not me! said the sheriff,
marine stationed here was assigned They were accompanied by experienced : Would You Believe It!
AOC, Elisha Edwards, AOC, Fran- "Not in that contraption! I'll take
guard duty As is the custom _u_ hunters and bird dogs there "
---- you in my own car.
he checked with the sergeant who flushed and retrieved the Fort Sam Houston, Tex. (AFI') It wasn't far to the swamp,
of the guard. Navy Employs 2,500 game. -Pfc. James Stewart was first Inline I where the "wreck" proved to be
"Name, please ?" to receive a clothing issue
only some auxiliary aircraft fuel
"Marine," answered the Leather- Disabled War Vets Short, short story: upon reporting for active duty tanks that had been. Jetisoned
aeck. Wilt thou? When" the supply sergeant hand- probably three or four months
"''"hat', your name?" the Sergeant Washington (AfPS) The Navy She wilted.A ed Stewart a pair of OD trousers. ago.
demanded more firmly Bureau of Ordnance employs he noted a familiar name and
"Marine"," the man answered." I more than 2,500 disabled veterans. Scotchman took his gill for a I serial number in the waistband. Mech' You're getting thinner

By this time, the sergeant had I This announcement was made ride In a taxi She was so beau- I They turned out to be the same Wave Mech: Yes: I've lost so
nil he could take "I know you'rea I coincidentally with President Tru- tiful, he could hardly keep' his eyes ,I i II trousers he turned in when he was much you can count my ribs.
marine, but what's your name?" man's proclamation launching the on the meter. ''discharged five months previous I Mech: Gee thanks.
Whereupon the marine handed i sixth annual observance of Na- -
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.- t abw" i6-Heroic event 55-Teutonic delty to the station's account with the Jacksonville Blood Bank under the new Blood Bank program inaugurated -
DOWN t-SImlan\ :22-Timid 5MournfulIIPlate 51-Near in this area. Front row, left to right, are, Elbert A. Adam, ADZ of O & R; William Alford

1-south Afr10sa t-PNlII1I: sot,4u SO-S'mhol for I ADI, of O & R; Hoyt Norman, 11M1, Dispensary and Herbert Addison, Operations. Center, James
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-Radio Grid LogThere II Who Is Charlie Boswell? I -:. I

are stragglers still corn Lastweek's sports question the coming Bowl and won both
ingin, but the football pictui+* "What college has played in the of those games by the same J
around the nation, it Just about Rose Bowl classic the most score, 49-0.
complete. Games to be tired over times and how many," was answered The first ROM Bowl was "(-
local channels are limited this; very quickly last week played in 1902 between Michigan
week to one high school and one by Carter A, Henson, HMC. of and Stanford when Michi-
professional game.Announcement the Dispensary, who provided gan won its first Bowl.
of the New the first correct answer which Here's this week's sports jf
Year's Day bowl games will be was: quiz, which shouldn be too ;
!published later, but here is thisweek's : /"Southern California playedthe tough: to those who read the
grid log: most times in the Hose papeis It is:
High School Bowl, a number of ten times" "Who is Charlie. Bo well?"
WMBR-AM ((1460) Kiwaiui Several answers naming Ala- The first correct answer wins ,
L- ., With Bob Joyc< Charity game between Landon bama were received, but Alabama a free full course meal at the
Army's mighty mule went back up the Hudson last Saturday High of Jacksonville and Wey- has played in the annual Civilian Cafeteria, good any day'
with his tail between his legs, while the Navy goat mouth Masa High from Gatoi classic only six times, having of the week. ..
Bowl, Time 8:00 P M, six and lost four. Stanford Send to
Friday : : won or bring your answer ..
went home with his head high for the first time in severyears.
Professional is the runner-up with eight Uie Jax Air News office, room '
Navy's startling 14-2 upset over the Cadets was ;a WPDQ ((600) Philadelphia times; three wins, four losses 123 in the main administration .>.t
fitting: climax to the 1950; grid campaign.But I Eagles vs New York Giants at and one tie. building or call extension 216 (
there's to the story. After five 'sof constantly Philadelphia, Sunday, Time: 1.55: One unusualaspect of this or 8184. To allow an even distiibution -
more year
P M. coming Roe Bowl is that Mich- of the Air News!, no
taking it on the chin, athletc heads at the Na\a igan the Midwestern represent answers will be accepted prior
Academy have decided to make the 1951: schedule a littl tl\' has appeared on the to 1500 and not a minute before -

lighter. While alumni of West Point and other schools hay<' Blind Bogey Play West Coast only twice prior to .

swelled their chests because of the successful teams turned tItornortow \

out in the past few years, Annapolis grads have been quiet Ends In Deadlock NARTU Bounces Hospital 18-8 ,:"
Winces have outnumbered the boasts for the Middies when -

season.the sun went down each Saturday afternoon during football I local ly Top Blind links honors Bogey ended in golf the in tourney revived a close at week-finish the In First Touch Grid Playoff Tilt : I '

In the past five years the Midshipmen have won only 'last Saturday with top spot end- NARTU's Week-end Warriors j --
Ing in a two way tie and three t but another NARTU
eight games, including the one l last week-end. The chests; deadlocked for runner-up honots : moved one notch closerto win would give them the station ,
will definitely come up for the active Middies and alumni Captain Allen Smith and Chuck the station touch football crown, t .I .

for that one because of the significance of dumping Army's: Fonvielle copped top honors with championship last Friday by i NAItll led the Intra-mural
to winning streak. The record of eight games in five years is 77. Captain Smith shot 96, pickeda dumping the Hospital 18-8 in parade throughout the tournament -
spokesman said ;: I 19 handicap and finished with I hiving won tIIf'\'f'a. |lost
not much to boast of but as one Navy the first playoff game.
the 77 while Komielle those a 17 none and tied offs Hospital lads -
"We'd rather lose to a good strong team than beat New handicap, shot 94, giving him a Touchdowns were racked up by YeRr' station champions, this

Mexico" He obviously was referring to West Point on that bogey of 77 i for Rickenbach NARTU. Gushanas while the and lone Hunt Hospital jeer fInched the regular "season

score. Court Norton, Bill Shoalts and TD was made by Walsh The in the runner-up spot with 8 victoria I
In recent years the Middies have played a tough schedule Ray Tjlutkl all tied for runner- Medics tallied two more points and one defeat
up with 78. Notion made his bogey NARTU driven behind Although VA-15 copped the individual ""
when was
made up of such teams as Maryland, Notthwestein, after stroking 95 and )picking a 171 their own goal line on an attempted scoring honors when ..
Princeton, Tulane, Notre Dame, Southern California and handicap while Shoalts picked a Cooper) scored 78 points, Walsh of '
Columbia. Comparing schedules, the Army Cadets could handicap of 7 and shot 85 and i The pas Warriors piled up, eight first Hospital tallied 66 points to fin
hardly have entered the Army-Navy game undefeated had Tvlutki made the 78 bogey after downs while the Medics made six ish in the runner-up spot,follow
choosing a 14 handicap and shootIng in this first "two out of three" ed closely by his teammate
they a f 94. Sthnetzler with 54
series The two teams were scheduled ;
To Lighten Future ScheduleGraduates I On the 18th hole Admiral Montgomery to meet in the second contest VP-3 scored the most surprising \ ,
of the Academy have complained bitterlyand sank a 20 foot putt to take yesterday, but at press time, victory( of the year in the race .
until the longest putt honou Youthful i-suit were not available, down: to the wire when its grid "'\
schedule for the Navy and recently ,
,asked for an easier Billy Haaa stepped Into the longest ', A w'n for the Hospital would risen upset VA .:5, 30-12. VA-15 '
were ignored. Now Captain Howard Caldwell, Navy drive department winner's circle neceale;I \ t third and final game bid a chance for a possible tie r'
athletic director, has announced that the 1931::> Middie sched- : with a 260-yard drive on the for Hint place and a shot at the '.
ule would be lighter, as a result of "playing over our heads 17th,hole and Chuck Fomitlle copped Plan Intra-Mural station title before their hopes ''i( ',
honor -.s
another for the day went crumbling before VP-3
for too long. when he slammed his tee shot _. '
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First step in lightening the load was the cancellation of within two feet of the pin on Basketball : )
the 19"i2; series with Ohio State. The traditional Army and number 10 to take closest to the LoopPlans DelaMater Cops \ >

Notre Dame meetings will not be cancelled because as Caldwell pin honors. i for an intra-muial bask I '

said, "We've been playing them for 24 years and hope Norman Okla. (At'J'Buddy) etball league, slated to get I Ladies Handicap >. /
after the
shortly I
to continue playing them as long as we both play football Tones Oklahoma's 155-pound senor I' of underway the year are progressing rap- The Officer's Wives Handicap \ I"

In the future Navy will confine activities to Eastern safety gave up a glamorous idy and Physical Training Department tourney came to a successful clo se S' b' _
schedule career as a ball-carrier to become has announced plansfor I at the local layout this past week V ;
and Ivy League schools, which was a pre-war a safety, Jones has a 7,4 net yard of all I with winners announced In classes .' !
According to Captain Caldwell, the Middies would return to average this year as a rusher. In a .meeting representatives. A. B. and C. /,

this schedule partially next year. the: Boston College: and Texas Ag- ,' A meeting of all squadron, division I Alexis DeLaMater took top hon- > ':y''
:ie games this Fall, he carried 11 in Class A by defeating Elea Jr
the for next season might ors .
So don't give up ship boys, limes for 82 net yards.South and department representatives nor Robertson 3-2 Mrs. DeLa'r'il
show a winning Midshipman team throughout the season I interested In will entering be held the Mater t reached the finals afteredging

instead of just at the annual clash between the goat and Bend. Ind. (AFPS) I Iyear' winter at the Physical tournament Training Department : past Alice and Fug Y'(.
is Three of the five starlet on last Weber, *-
but the schedule
mule. All the teams won't be easy going building 930, next Wednesday -
and little down to earth. Notre Dame basketball 13 1000 I In the Class B championship 1 f
; to be lighter a more team, Dan Bagley, LeRoy Leslie December at
match Linda Back and Elaine Hill-
Second Hater? Strasser will to The for this meetingis ., v
Don return
i Will Notre Dame Become ind purpose Is squared off with Mrs, Back t
he court for the Irish this to lay plans for organizingand '
I Is Notre Dame destined to slip from perhaps the most which gives cage Coach jear Ed arranging schedules for the I'coming out the winner 3-2. y/ .)
1 talked about and "that's my team" ranks to a second rate "'Moose" Krause hope of a suees. league' which is slated to getunderway Barbara Barker downed Louise. u
j. college. According to Frank Leahy, the alumni association I ? ful season. January 10 McWilliams 2-1 in another close |
._, ( It Is anticipated that with a battle, to take the Class C title. '.
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uf the Irish holds the future of the school in their hands. i -
f East Lansing, Mich., (AFPS) i good turn out of representatives -- -- --8- :
Unless the alumni immediately organize a powerful recruiting : Uuhigan State will paly host to two leagues can be formed to The word corset "httl rj
campaign for football players, the Irish stand to the national collegiate boxing I make the intra-mural basketballtourney body' ," deriving its meaning from ,
f be relegated to a second rate team rather than one of the (hampionships next' Apt il 5, 6 and I one of the most successful the borlj French word Corps" meaning -

i"j most respected and talked about clubs in the nation. : T. I yet
i Since the days of Knute Kockne and to the present] <"q. ,:.. ":r" : .: ..; .. .< "!
Leahy regime, Notre Dame has been a power and relied ; ,

t solely upon the name and prestige-,of the school to draw .. .
some of the most outstanding athletes. It is a known fact : j >...

-(1 that universities throughout the nation offer large sums of I

money to boys for attending their respective schools. Notre :I ?

Dame on the other hand is known for its powerful alumni

association which through salesmanship alone has brought ;; .

some of the Irish's mot noted pla 'ers. I I ,

Even though Leahy did not say it in direct words to a ,

recent press conference, he implied that unless Notre D.unebegins A ) ? : 4ae, $ .
to employ tactics used by other schools(the teams of t : ; .S '

the Irish will no longer be so potent. In short, he wants the .

so-called powerful alumni to begin a campaign to compete
with other schools in obtaining outstan' -'r xj i< h school
-xr r
board --"' Xjon and FJ jf mta 1b+do s. '
1 players, instead of merely r r
;' books to attend Notre Dame. I ;

1 The almighty dollar talks and talks'coach '.5h I
mentioned such men as iC Jan,,: 10..
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AI Pollard of Army and Jo \ Iszw4i "'Q ON HIS WAY-=Wilbur Swc cap) NARTU's Marine Air Detachment %1'-;Culine ;;
of whom were practicall" 9I'5 to fatt "ids the way and spreads thal 'lion as team-mate Joe (lush football the oval against
their schools, offered Hospital in the first fit, ) for the intra-mural touch clijmplomhfp.' NARTUr a i
: "
/ the first tilt. ll-IY,
the Irish. .
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..' 1 ; Fliers In Home Hardwood Debut IaD ii

v ;" Y

;- Warner-Robins Friday t

.. Against -' ':

1 Jax Navy's varsity cagers, who launched 'the 1950-51 basketball campaign against' ess 4x

Stetson University, at Deland, Florida last night, will make their home debut Friday night 9ii

airainst the Warner-llobins Air Force Base quintet from Georgia. 1

Game time is slated for 2000 in ,
= NATTC Auditorium, where all
F Handicap home games' will be played. Fri Fliers' ScheduleFour

day's game with the Air Force
cagers Is the first of four home home games will be the
Moves Into games to be played before the order of the week as the Jax Na

_ 1., -0_ Christmas holidays vy Fliers quintet play host to
Next week's home schedule includes three service' teams and Collegeof
,2 Final Stages the Parris Island Marines Charleston next week before
quintet who will invade the local starting the Christmas holidays.The .
hardwood Monday the 11th and schedule will pick up again
.r Finalists in two flights of the College of Charleston. Tuesday,,
January 8 with the local cagers on
Fall golf,tour'namen"
-l. December 12.
the road, before returning home to
were posted this week when Frank In last year's regular season A.C
4 meet the Marines of Camp Le-
Govern and Bill Chase moved into
't1. the locals dropped' a close 59-55 5
,' the championship flight finals and decision to Charleston and lost jeune.To posted, here Is the -
_,- Jim Mauldin and B H. Hendrix keep you
three out of four meetings with Jax schedule:
Navy cage
in the fourth flight. the Maiines
,.J Ice" 6 Stetson Univ., Away
:.. Govern moved into the finals 1'ofthiHw Speed
i Bill Foulk 4-3 and 8 Warner Robin AH1,
>y downing Returnees from last year's squad
i Chase did some chasing to get Home
will make up the starting five for
Bob Taylor in another championship 11 Farris, Island, Home
) the local capers in the home cur
flight match. The match tain raiser. Chuck Wheeler one 12 Charleston College
t .I' went extra holes before Chase of the spark plugs from last year Home JAX NAVY NEWCO\IERS-Two: newcomers to this jear'sFliers'
decisioned Taylor one-up, will hold down one of the forward _-15 Patrick AFB, Home I cage squad who will be vying for starting berths are Ray-
t Mauldin and Hendrix moved in posts along with veteran Red 19 Warner-IColiiiw AFB, Gay, right, formerly with the University of Kentucky, and alternate "
1- to the fourth flight finals by Sheldon, Sheldon was one of the Away at guard and center and Watson Allen, left, who will see I
, downing John Hirst and Captain leading point getters for Jax Jan. 8 }1a.. So. College, Away service at one of the guard positions. The Fliers make their home
Moore respectively. Both were Navy last year 10 Camp Lejeune, Home debut Friday at NATTC auditorium against \\arner-Robbins AFB,

close matches, ending one-up. Phil McKay will probably get 12 Kessler, A Fit, Home Georgia._. .. _.
;, Matches in the first, second and the call at center, ably assisted by 15 (Ja, State Tea*'hern, --- -- -- -

I li, third flights still remain to be another returnee, Gordon Schott. Away Fasron Six Retains Volleyball
played before all finalists will be In the guard posts will be Bob 17 Jax Jr College, Lee
L announced, but several of the slots 19 Tjndall AIII, Home
Becker, back from last year, and
-; :. have been filled. "Mutt" Pasco. Becker received a 22 Green Cove Xa'J', Crown With Win Over NARTU
Morrison beat Steve Cor-
Gerry hand injury in a scrimmage sea- Away
nehssen 3-2 to cop one of the finalist sion recently, but will probably 23 Ha !So. College, Home Before a spare but partisan crowd, Fasion Six vollevballeisswept
v spots in the first flight, while be in ,the lineup. Pasco, althougha 24 Kessler AFB Away three straight games from the tipsters of NARTU Tuesday
Jack Brown edged past Charlie newcomer to the Jax Navy squadis 26 Kglin )Field Homo night to cop the station volleyball crown for the second consecutive
ii Miller one-up) to take the first a veteran of the hardwood 29 Green Cove Navy, I yea '
', ., open spot in the second flight fin court. Last year he played with Home In the best three-oul-of-five' ,
/ als. No matches were played in the Norfolk quintet and won a 31 Camp Lejeune Away match, the Fasron sextet snaggedthe parade throughout the entire
.1 .l' the third flight this week but I place on the All-Navy five, two Feb. 2 Stetson 1nllIome: opener 15-0, the second 15-7 I course of the season with a clean
- gjolf: course officials) have announced consecutive years 6 Eglin Field Away and 1 the third 15-13 slate before" the O & R vollej-bailers

"f'J. that all matches would I Fare Tough Schedule' -* Patrltk A1IJ Away Getting off to a fast start. the handed them their initial set-
be played by press time next Two very possible staters at 13 Ga. State Teachers Fasron crew maintained possession back last week' They finished the

\\\ week. I forwards are returnees' Dick Murray Home of the ball almost at will throughout regular season with an Impressh-
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<.. I and Bobby Baer and Ray Gay, 14 Jax Jr. College Home the first game, with the ball 14-1 record and runner-up NARTU
newcomer who played at Kentucky 1.1 FarrU Island, Away hands three times finished with a 12-2 record
: Gator Bowl Seats changing only .. .
'I t.: : I is shaping up into a goodall 16 Charleston' Coll, Away The Weekend Warriors took the -- --

around man at guard; center 23 .11\, U freshman, lead early in the second contest, Civilians To OrganizeMen's
", Still AvailableIn and forward. Rounding out the linens but setup shots by Willis and Fin-
; squad are Chuck Bohger Watson 27 I la. U Freshman nell helped 'the Fasron "killmen"
"t'; NAS Block Allen, Joe Law and Don Man- AwayPostponements Cram and Abbott to knife the ball Cage CombineThe

{ ning, all capable of stepping into ----- through the NARTU defenses to Employees Association for
; Announcements elsewhere either guard position. pull from behind and sweep the
at this
\ / that all East Stand tickets have Several of the top college quintets In second set 15-7. I Civil Service Employees
has the necessary
",r r been sold or reserved for the in the Southeastern area are on activitly approved
and coordination was I
Height funds for the of
Gator Bowl game January 1 schedule this season, purpose
the Jax Navy
factor In the championship
,:/ does not affect the block of along with the tops in service Bowling LeaguesDue the deciding match all t.he8Y an ,: sponsoring a Men's Basketball
i.'P Jr! seats set aside for the Naval Air basketball squads. Some of these Team.
setup -
to numerous postponementsin the }3"ron crew continually The Team will represent the Na-
'. Station teams Include Stetson University, '
,r Both1.military'and civilian per- who 11,* locals meet again later the station bowling league, lllas that weighed heavily downing I val Air Station in the second halfof
match In
t' eonnel can still pick up a few 'in the season, Georgia State standings and results will not ap- throughout the City League, which will begin -
t...... good seats in the NAS block in Teachers College Jacksonville pear in this week's Jax Air News the NAKTU crew. I sometime in January.
\ r the East stands between the 30 Junior College Florida Southern The league has entered its final The third and final match saw I All persons interested: in tryingout
.. and 35 yard lines and about 30 College and the University of two; weeks before winding up just the ball see-saw back and forthon for this basketball team are
.' t ate still available on the 15 yard Florida freshmen before the Christmas holidays. An serves and went right down to urged to contact Employees' Service
/ stripe in the West stand. Some of the top service teams authentic tabulation oi all. scores, wire before the Fasroners snared II Office, building 907, extention
..) (. the and results now being the "match point, winding up the
fans are reminded that again on this year's slate are: standings are 420 as soon as possible in order
rents sets aside for NAS are Pariis Island, Camp Lejeune, tabulated by the Physical match and the station crown witha I that the team may be selected and
better than the ones than can be Green Cove Springs, Eglin Field Training Department and will be 15-13 win practice sessions can get underway

obtained elsewhere. To get these Wamer-Robins and Keesler Field published next week _j Fasron. k.,r*..Six:Jed t f the, intra-mural. I, ,
seats is simple--just pick '" "5
N r very -p ---- Additional information concern-
up an application blank at the Familial Surroundings ing the team may be obtained
Jax Ail News' office, room 123 by. calling extention 4200
lain administration building, _. -- -
: and follow the instructions of Former HAS Mentor Brings Team To Gator Bowl
r ,. 1 the ticket sales chairman who Sports Shorts
J. 4. will be on hand to assist in selecting -;
t the scats. of Washington &,, The 1945 team which Barclay Is not taking any accolades pre- London England (VJPS)-Jim-
NAS personnel' ate also seT I' Selection helped coach had In it's lineup maturely lie and his squad wantto my Faulkner, England oldest
,.' )1" minded that demand for seats Lee as one of the competing such stars as Barney McGarrey, I prove their worth of a selection jockey, died recently at the age

,. from other fans are increasing elevens in the Gator Bowl Cleveland Rams; Wade Walker, in the Gator Bowl game by of 97. Besides leaving an imposing

.'; daily and if they are not quick: game New Year's Day, throws Cklahoma; Ray Bray, Chicago taking care of unbeaten. Wyoming string of turf triumphs, ! to take advantage of the opportunity significant light on Bears; Don Lesher, Great Lakes, which eg he know. is quite!! a task, I' who rode his last mount at 62, was
j a M *
": the block: eats'< will be and Walt Dubzinski, Boston prolific in other fields. Married
utilized others the classic as far as NAS and Yanks, on the line and Dick Fish \OMIXG ONE OF the few three times, he had 33: children.

"S --by,- --.--- -. .- its grid fans are concerned.Fans er, Ohio State; Lou Bufalino, Cornell ,remaining unbeaten teams in tho ----- --
t .. who remember as far backas and Chuck Hunslnger, former nation, is claiming its finest grid I
f Plt'ubiirgh Pa, AI Pis Indications
( )
, 1\\ ,' 1944-45 can recall the name Florida flash machirtt in history The Cowbojs'biggest College Park, Md. (AITS) -
Branch Rickey
"y are that The University of Maryland: football -'
e victory of the campaignwas
will build a baseball (empire at George Barclay, then a has brother rombination .
RCI.IIUISF.U' All- 7-0 verdict over tough Bay- team\: a
Pittsburgh comparable to those who was assistant coach to both II \ an a ;
+. lie fashioned at St. Louis and Don Faurot and Jim Tatum American at North Carolina was lor ,which is one of the powerhouses which is becoming better
e the world. Ed
known In
e oefore of the Southwest! confer
... e Barclay as head line coach at Dartmouth
Brooklyn. lIe has brought two of This sarpe George Modlewskl halfback and
his braintrusters' with him,, coach of Washington and Lee coming to NAS Jax in 1944. lie
ence.Washington his brother Dick lineman form
and Lee torn piled ,
the reins at Washingtonand
his Generals into Jacksonville took over
George Sisler and Harold Roett- brings
the rugged combination. Ed goesunder ; !
to battle an unbeaten Wyom- Lee In 1049 and since then an 8-2 record, defeating Furman "
. : Both left lucrative positions
ger. title of "Mighty Mo.
Juced Uaws that "show 27-6 West Virginia, 26-7; The Citadel the
has ;
in the Dodger organization to join ing eleven New Y ears Day. pro half of the duois
one a willingness end spirit to win.:' ,20-0; Davidson 47-12; VPI while the younger
Rickey here, a sign that a serious "
"Little Mo.
and effective rebuilding program B,\ Y SER\'FD as line The fwrrvcr' NAS mentor, who 25-7; Deleware 32-0; Louisville, called 1
is under coach under Missouri's Don Faurotin has no official contract with Wash 33-28 and Richmond. 67-7, while
-- way. .--.-- 1944 and was one of the chief ington pad Lee" "because he hasn't losing to Virginia, 26-21 and Tennessee Hollywood Calif. (AITS) i
-, New York, N. 1."'. (AI'PS)'-The assistants to head coach Jim Ta- got around to signing one,'* led 2720.Allsicturlous. "The Globe Trotters," a sports a
!f Princeton-Rutgers rivalry is the tum, now head mentor at Mary- the Ge'wrn's! to the Southern Con- Wyoming downed drama centered around the internationally ':'
; oldest intercollegiate competition land, In 1945. It was in 1945: that ference championship, the school's Montana State 61-0 Baylor. 7-0; famous all-Negro bas-
In the country. Both colleges' NAS Jacksonville won fame as one filrst In 16 years. Just recently he Colorado A &; M, 30-6! Utah State ket ball team, The Harlem Globetrotters -
played' for the first time in 1869, of the nation's most powerful serv- was named the Southern Confer- 40-7; Utah, 35-13: New Mexico, and their manager, Ab.
and have vied with, one another" ice aggregations, winning 9 whiledropping ence coach of the year.A 44-0; Idaho, 14-7; Brigham Young, SAperstein, has been scheduled fct ?
43 times olnce. two. quiet, reserved ,man, Barclay 18.0 and Denver, 42-0. production by Columbia Picturws.I .

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 7 December 1950 11 :'

Earl Wilson Says '


We hear some of the Servicemen in Korea met some gala

who became, temporarily, at least, their Seoul-mates.

Speaking of golf, Groucho Marx
0 s F FJ Fr said, "I went around in 75 Didn'tgo rhyme: "Old Colonel Hubbard
around In 76-Valley Forge, went to the cupboard, to get himself
;pfd-k: r pit you know" Dagmar, the television a hankie, Out when he got ,. .,
x + ? sac sensation (because of her there Mrs. Hubbard was bare
figure), has some silly definitions. I and so was some damnyankee."
Y s.e44j l A mushroom, she says, is a place I Those back-home elections were
t where you make love The funny this year. One candidatefor
Finnish Army sings while march- i Governor was asked, "What
.. ing. Officers Insist that singing I about Formosa' He answered
takes your mind off your feet .j "Hell, I carried it by 20,000 lastycar" .
Taffy Tuttle, the Broadway show- Toward the end of-the ,
gal, says she is descended from a month, many a soldier thinks of
long line, that her mother once his Dad as the kin he loves to
foolishly listened to touch. ,1 .....
A German said that in any (Copyright, Post-Hall Syndicate)

; future war he'd like to fight the -x-
j : Russians. "I hate 'em," he explained *

"but I'd. like to be theAmericans' I .' .

prisoner of war." SUPPLY
Oh, for one of those Kentucky
breakfasts again: A quart of L
Bourbon, a pound of beefsteakand
a hound daw(, Whats' the :
hound dawg for? To eat the I
beefsteak. Shadow of the Yuletide.-With

Speaking of the South, Comic only a few days left before the
event (just two weeks from to-
CLAUDE THORNIIILL FLAYS-Part of the huge crowd which was on hand to dance to'the Joe E. Lewis offers a nursery horrow) the party planners for
I smooth style of Claude Thornhill's orchestra at the "white hats'" dance last Thursday at Mainside this year's Christmas festivities
auditorium, is shown above. Thornhill played for officers the previous night at the. 0" Club. have been in & huddle putting the ..
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trtmings on the blueprints.

CLASSIFIED IN THE HUDDLEBy $1D Some of the planners assigned
to this pleasant task are Georgia
BULLETINItems DEKE IIOULGATE Barthelmess, Frank Wood, Oretha
I For the first time in five years, Notre Dame may fail to placea Wilkins Ken McDuffie, Charles
( offering for sale articles Hawkins and ex-officio, John Col
man on an All-American team of which there are many these ,
of property such M washing machines days. The reason, of course, is that the Irish are having their poorest vin. Naturally, everything now is
automobiles, furniture radios season since, that fall when Army beat them 59-0. still tentative
clothing, and the like is prohibited i This being the zany time of The trophy, or plaque for the
by Defense Department the year when all of America pounder from Southern Meth- We extend our sympathy to Mi- best decorated unit will be awarded ,,; '..
regulations. This column, will how picks All-Americans, how is odist, is sure sugar to the Mus mi Bailey of the Design Section the Friday before Christmasand .
ever list such services as available this team for an argument starter tangs and poison to the enemy. whose son-in-law Lt. Arthur Bower will be on display about a
housing, rides wanted, lost ? Let's start off with Bill Mc- as Notre Dame can testify.On Jr., was killed in a plane crashIn week before. Incidentally, the De
and found articles and other similar Coll of Stanford and Dan Fold- most teams he, too, wouldbe Ashville, North Carolina, Sun- partment's request for Christmas
notices.) berg of Army who, like all of a fullback but the "paids" day. Lt. Bower was formerly with trees was shaved almost 50 per / ..
FOR RENT the rest of our players can carry undoubtedly will think of him the O&R Department and had cent, so there will have to b. "
Two new three rm. apts. on regardless of whether the in terms of "scat" many friends at NAS. some re-allotment of those actually
.... Doctors Lake, Lutlns Villa delivered to us. However, thereare
platoon is defensive or offen- Victor Janowicz, a mere slipof We welcome into the Department -
Rt. 1, Box 64A Orange Park- leftover
Luther Bradham who has always a few extra trees
a lad weighing 185 and onlya
Phone 8-4666. sive.Next, of course, come the tackles junior of Ohio State, came to taken over the duties of messenger even If not, in the desired
turn rm. use of home, 4508 Col- Here our choice is easy Columbus with the biggest rep- in Public Works Edith Wewer returned sizes, and will possibly be avail.
lege St., Mrs Newman, Ph. 8- because 185 pound Don Cole- utation a midwest prep had to work Tuesday morning able to units requesting them.' The
6634. man of Michigan State and Bob Some said last after an extended illness. We were I award is given for originality,
ever gained. year
5 rm. apt. adults, $65. mo., 2234
Gain of Kentucky, who weighs that he was a dud but those certainly glad to see her lookingso I taste and the Yuletide spirit-notnecessarily
Forbes St. Mrs. Tibba Ph.
7-4743. 230-plus, arc positive standouts. voices have now been silenced well and hope she continues on for the prettiest tree ...
Little Bud McFadin of Texas the upward road. rragmtuU. Don't make the mis- I
hourse because he is the lad who made "
5 furn. 4440 Manchester
Chief ison take of missing the Variety Show
(242)) and deadly Ted Daffer of the Buckeyes boom. Dub Stembridge, Clerk
Rd., Mrs. Hunter Ph. Ext Tennessee ((185) get narrow sick leave we hope he is able which gives ita final 'performance
446. Fourth of the four is Leon to return to work soon Ethel tonight. Supply is well-represented
calls over the many other good
Will share nice 3 bedrm house Heath, Oklahoma's amazingfull Huffman has a good set of tire I in numbers and in talent through
near NAS, 4606 Ulmer St. Mrs guards.Irv Holdash of North Carolina who also weighs nearly 200. chains she wants to sell. After the excellent services of GloriaGerrard I
Adams, Ph. 8-3830. That boy may wind up as backof her leave in the cold cold climate I Yvonne McCullough, Dot
gets the nod at center becausehe
Rm. with private bath and use of is one of the best centers in the year just as he did in of Virginia, she says, never again, Houghton, and the bass in the mystery -
kitchen, 1908 Morning-side St 1949 when he electrified a Sugar G.
Give me the sunny south quartet: our own Captain
Mrs. Fred Isaac Ph. 2-3980. the business and also qualifiesas Bowl crowd with his greatest
an outstanding linebacker. Mr. A. J. Thompson of the I Visitors I to Supply: Home on
1 rm. furn. apt., $70.. 3223 Mayflower performance, after averagingnine
St. Mrs. Johnson Ph. Picking four backs out of the during the Sixth Naval District, Charl.tultH. leave this week were Tommy Powell
2-4018. scores of good ones may be n bit yards a carry (,., Is down working in Design and Floyd Rhoden, Supply-era ". ,..
risky but our quartet is being regular season. on the dredging Jub at currently on active duty in the
3 bedrm hourse, rent or lease,,
Furn. $110 mo. Jax Ph. 4-8966-J eyed by every pro team in the That eleven leaves out some Mayport. He are glad to have Navy and Army respectively .
G. M. Conner. USA John Dottley, 200 pounds potent talent and great stars him with us and hope he en- Return of a prodigal: The "glad
2 bedrm. turn. apt. in Riverside, of Mississippi "must," will wind but is one which could go for his stay in Jacksonville. to-sce-ya" beams lighted up their (
3804 Boone Park Ave., Mrs. Gen- up as a half with some profes- 60 minutes, with or without the Any of you who missed the variety faces as Rip "Curley" Brown reported ..
ball against any competition in for work this week back
try, Ph. 2-1660. sional team as sure as some Show last night be sure and
C rm. furn. brick house people say, you-all. At present, including the New Cleveland York I I don't miss it tonight. It's*gi and! In his old stamping grounds:: ,
age Woodstock Park, Meson he is cast in the role of fullback Browns and the I In answer to our many 'phone South Area. i
Ave. H. M. Taylor Ph. 2-8876. but could play any position. in Yanksl! I calls, yes there was no column For beingable! to name the song
3 rm. furn. cottage, $3750: mo., line or backfield. -X- last week for Public Works We played on Stop the :Music last
Mrs. Schultz, Orange Paik, Ph. Kyle Rote, another 200. Barber: How do you like this had about 20 calls in all., Yes, you Sunday during that program's
8-3952. --- soap? too can take the blame for not I station break, Pheebe Sapp (Re
Furn. rm. near NAS, MM. Dor- Traffic ViolationsListed 'Officer It tasted fine. You sending in your bit of news. crlpt Control) will receive. Park
man. Ph. 2-3808. have lunch with me sometime The absence of the column er :51 pen. However the telephonecall I
Furn. home in Avondale Section, I below are the traffic vio- brought in many inquiries and was a local one so I'h(>t'beI ', .
3 bedims. :Mrs. Kaplan Ph. lations committed aboard this station Answer to Puzzle suggestions. About 15 of the sug- I didn't get a chance at the Jack-
2-7234. ; for the period November 28 gestions were that the paper pot Song that she correctly
Fum. rm. and share rest of house. to; December 2, 1950. ArMe AD1l1f i would be better without our col- i named Listen to the :MockingBird
Ph. 2-7398 after 5, Mrs Burns Illegal Talking lot Offense Col 1.L.eT! prr 1 TTP umn. We can't let them get away I .
3672 Boone Park Ave. Kelley: W C. Tilton; L. L. Cott- TilT I I E S II N AEIiPOReIIi1 with that, Send in any news of I Midday movies will begin In regular -
FOR SALE berg A02; C. E. Woolfolk, A03; >iAR, Interest to our readers. Place them : schedule again next Tuesday
2 bedrm. stucco house, $9,200 pay- R. McGregor, A01; T. W. Lux, RI 1 E EReRoSIIrIi5 in the box in your division and December 12th, at the first lunch
ments, $49.09, Lt. jg) Daniel ALC; Lt. K. E. Snyder, Lt (Jg) : CRY'OT' they will be picked up on Mon. piriocl If enough second-lumhcis.
Krler, 4646 Blount Ave Ph. J. R. Brown. <:: .1 ME 4 5 8-6734. Inattentive Driving M. G. For- PEN. Od ONS hearing from us next week. a ditto schedule will be
4 1943 Zimmer house trailer $1,795, syth.Minor Ae .T iR 0 II OD ::> R listed. Shows (now in its third
S (cash Lot 35 Azalea Trailer Negligence: J. D. Burton. I DS.IIAPor.z.ReAoilop Reason' ) will be shown each week
I'aik. Sgt. Carl Hagen. Multiple Offtnu*! C. Barnes, NED.STA Second Tuesday. Wednesday & Thursdaybut I.
Si 1\1 CEI.LNhOUs:; I TN; I... C. Hatch, AD2; G. L Der- D F*IA R. ERR T A ILT I support is required if they
recfc; R. G. Kincade, A03; F. L. Ie; R II Mv (Continued from Page 1)) ate to be continued.
during Baker. BM3. Manuel Miranda, singer of ----- -
( I cer; Milo Jones directed the music.
to Jan 10. Share expenses, Jan- ,.\ .5 S Latin American and popular melodies Those who have not as yet pur- ..
; nett Daley, Ph. 8-0952:> or Ext. ; Willie Vangeloff, pantomim- ('hlts.'d tickets can procure them at
242. S. xf'y? .5 5 st; Tiney Moore and his dummy- the box office tonight. Holders of
.0 Wanted four riders Murray Hill, ilend Tommy Wood; Wilhelmlna adult ticket, which sell for'$1.00
: Edgewood Lakeshore and Ortega 4 list, 13.vear-old classical pianist; are eligibly 1 ith win a television set
4 to NAS. His. 0730 to 1600, $ s < ucky Jim Campbell and his to be given away during intermission -
I I'h. Ext. 8201 or 8-1737, Mrs. bill-illy while purchasers of chil
Traer. I ... : ,
if R dion' tickets have a chance for a
\ Riders wanted-leave Five Points I gya ler skaters par excellence. ilopalong Cassidy radio set.
0625 for O & Rand retudn. Call Lt. (jg) Fank Cognlan turned The Nursery, located next door
E. L. PaUdick. ext :525 or 7-6880. r in another masterful Job as ma!i- t t.i th* auditorium, will care for
Ride to Pittsbugh, Pa duing shutdown r ter ot ceremonies, while Lcdr children of show patrons, free orhaJ'A'
Dec. 21 or 22 share! driving .5 I. 'aul[ George did the announcing. c ('. I ..
and expenses, James Regas, I P --_ .- .
Shop 5112 Hanger 123. Ph t -

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Sat. night, Navy Identification
Mrs. S. W. Wlllard, 2-7651.
Found-Plastic, gold rim glasses "ROM:. PLACE
j on Hospital bUll about 10 days TWO

? ago. Call Myers 8171. CENT
t. .,.'Rlde wanted vicinity of 14th Stand "' STAMP
'I''I .;!' Phoenix Ave. 0730 to 1600, T r r HERE
W. D. Jones Ph. Ext 706.

f. :Available. Baby sitter, Carole Dod- _- _______ __ TOt

son, 1211-B Hancock, NAS Ext PICKING mS XMAS GIFT-Kenneth Cook, ATI, of Overhauland '. .

f Lost--Ojae 556. Argus C-3, Camera InCas Repair did:"'t hesitate a minute about his Christmas gift when
he shown the complete line of Samsonite luggage at the Navy
f *. Lost in vicinity of Waver was .
Brks. fcxout December 26, con- Exchange. Here clerk trances Tison shows Cook the various styles
tact A. Paniels Ext. 672 or 261. and types luggage available, all at reasonable price.


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