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1 J MARINE CORPS AIR STATION, CHERRY POINT, N. C. 5 N " 4 9 The World's Largest MCAS Home of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing 17"December 1948 Over 100 2nd Wing Planes Participate -I >h»if ttint hole in thar with a 50 calibre ballet," SJIJ% Major It. 1. Merchant. Jr. C.O. of YMF-212. pointiuir with pride, (apt. B. I'. Gibson langhimrly claims his round made the bole. MStrt. Joe Tickrrman. M O in charge ol' ordnance, will decide he tallies up -core for the»i\ pilots who had inst landed from a routine Ginnery fight. Holding the 6 bj 2i» ft. wire me«h tanret are. left to rlirht: PFC Elijah >V. Idkius, Lt. ti. II. (Jreene, Lt. J. A. Miller, Merchant.»;it»on. I.t. I'. tj. Djer. Lt. 1>. Rllcy and PFI Charles llainrerty. The tanret is towed behind an I'll plane with cable a«other pilots make run* on it. The photographer got the grlu«by saggc«fimr ttrit some of the holes were made with a pencil. Kach pilot ha* hi* annuo, painted a different color to determine ~who hit what how much.** The trianirnlar pennatt on plane's tail signifies *.> a * y F" held by VMF-2IS as second Wine's hottest Squadron. SRO SIGN OUT AS POINT TROUPERS BOXING PRESENT FIRST GALA STAGE SHOW; LAUBE, COUNCE, CUZZENS MAKE HIT going Point personnel. <1 io almo>i two hours moving fen um entertainy l.t. T ' Iglehart and his ni Troupers" last Wed-. the station theatre. y i'uiut's tirst variety show intent >easn. strictly an iitiiif. ran ;lu complete :r.'.n the gaunt moaning of l't«- I Mil Thompson to the f comedian Sgt. Dick and even a show closing li had to close then...-whence pleaser of the I v..» TSgt i;»s luitili- who I Jimmy Tomlinsou. tw i lit the crowd's fancy with echoing of a popular missing of the evenine tins - iiii. and this time real- the house down with his : "Old Man River**. Lavelle. a triple threa Venturesome Tot Goes Down Drain; Rescued, Dried Out Delivered-No Pain ar-om son..f Set. and Mrs A F. Toinlin-' -on. narrowly ^scaped b«ins smothered Tuesday morning when he was trapped in a sewase line while playinc near hi* home i'pon hearing his crie-. Mrs..1. vith U I M Swindell, J* a n-ichbor.. ailed ' he reeclved after station Fire Department and Jolson to his own!... Sv,.,.r. w Wil. ompanimeut. because he iih a h,r! i mv.liatflv. Wl>.n tli. firemen!. < 'ii stag' i-ouple of! reached lilt s>elle th-> found th- 1 I' >;>eliilic to I he - ver was so small normalized man could not \ r. Kermi* "Shrimp"' Pic Joe t"ounce «st man. wa.- railed upon to c- n:.. the sewer. A rope tied Martin Yasqu»-z..round him ar«i he crawled in and < : the entir* show w.:- '.'s, Ued The b... Wins Orchestra under. a of TS-t. F S Z.im Jimmy was carried to h:> hum* i provided a number o:,.,,nd «doctor was summoned. bo«-' - s wek a; * v.:. Mrs T»m!:n«o:i reported that ipparently unharm- 3rW XCO sock, doubcalline :n, ninr Jimmy MONDAY. DEC. 20 C.P. vs. Ft. Bragg 2000 DRILL HALL Bufet and Dance Sat. At Goldsboro J'inior Hostesses of («olds- ar»- sponsoring a buffet supand dance Saturday night. ruber is. and have extended an itation for forty Cherry Point -::i-s to attend the affair. ' -upper and dance will be the»'.<>ldsboro Community and hostesses for the will be the young ladies helped to make numer- : Point festivities a suc- :,-ir:ne to attend _-.<i ( "ntact Captain Sloan i K'ilv a? Special Services, : reservations, h- s-rvations will be given i : ;.r-'-come. first-served" basis i - service will be provided i,-se attendins The bus will Barracks 21 Satnr- *i w : ll return 'mnkmliately r the dance. This morning at 10-15, two the Second Marine Aircraft hundred aircraft roared Wing will follow while twelve through the skies over the i "Tigercats" and a dozen more small spot of earth where the I "Hellcats" from VMF(N)- airplane made its debut fortyfive years ago. The ; 114 will zoom in on the Cor- activities are in commemoration of the 45th anniversary of the Wright Brothers first Might in Col. Edward L. Pugh, commanding officer of MAG-14. Miller, Commanding General,! I'rigadier (leneral Ivan W. led a formation of some 200 ; MC'AS Cherry Point, is deputy Navy and Marine Corps aircraft over Kitty Hawk. N. C. I to Rear Admiral Robert. coordinator for the operation W. in a mammoth aerial review, 100 of them being Second Wing planes. The Cherry Point-based aircraft rendezvoused with Navy planes over WeeksvilJe, N. C.. and continued on to Kitty Hawk, where they passed the reviewing stand at the Wright Monument on Kill Devil Hill. At air demonstration starting time. Lt. Col. Marion E. Carl was to have opened the show leading the nationally known "Marine Phantoms" jet team in a display ; of formation maneuvers. i sairs' heels. In addition, sev- ; eral types of Naval aircraft j are to participate in the dis- play. i Hayler, Commandant of the J Sixth Naval District.! Among the distinguished. ; guests who will witness the aerial exhibition are the Hon-, o ruble Mark Edwin Andrews, assistant Secretary of the Navy, and Congressman H. C. Bonner of Washington. N. C. Leading press and radio photographers and news coverage men of North Carolina networks and newsheets will attend as guests. The Wright Memorial Monument located at Kitty Ha«*>'k, is one-hundred and four miles Ninety-six Corsairs from northeast of Cherry Po»nt. I lie Mrichl Memorial on the outer>>auk^ of \orth Carolina, where Wilbur an«l "nlll* Wr'cb» dew the first hea*ier>than-a!r craft on December II Picture by M( Photo Lab. MSet. Habler. Taken froui a Marine til plane at an altitude of 300 feet.

2 CHERRY POINT WINDSOCK. \7 DEC WaJ. Htm. FfeM Harris owuotn. AUrmrLmmt mm* amf MAW Brig. Gen. Iiu W. MUer C«M*r. Air 3ai» CcmtOm. MCAB Ha). Walter T. Warren, Officer TOE WINDSOCK to. - t~l for p»r«o«l «t»urtas Oor AUB ^ Mario* ton- *«' BUOoo. AlrFMrL^'. 2nd M. A. W.. Cherry Po**t- *? * WINDKOC* U pohllrtnd In po-pttyf* T' 1^ L. I. No Prints by tbo ticbattoom Printing C«.. Mew Bern. K. C. Flesseed by th«* Station Special Serrlce Dept. tram w- pprupruu* Wrtl.w and R«r»aU fudd«. THK WIND SOCK accepu DO adrertlalb*. Subscription rate* by r«u $2.50 Krpubllrallon of credited material without pvrmlaaloo from SEA la prohibit**. THE WIJJDSOCK recelrea Armed K< I'reaa Service and Ship* Editorial i BIRTHS NOT. 24 daughter, Linda Mae Reiser, born to CpL and Mrs. Henry W. Heiner, Jr. Nov. 24 A son. tiraavllle Dexter l'ullen, born to SSgt. and Mrs. George U. l'ullen, Jr. Nov. 28 A son. James tiraj Robinson, born to MSgt. and Mrs. Gary H. Robinson. Nov. 27 A son, Jeffrey Random 1 later, bcrn to LtCol. and Mrs. Morris E. Flater. Nov. 26 A daughter, Meiaaie Harnett Johnsou, born to LtCol. ami Mrs. Robert J. Johnson. Dec-. 1 A son, Richard Scott <<raham, born to TSgt. and Mrs. Arthur R. Graham. Dec. 1 A son. Dennis Richard Nil*in, born to MSgt. und Mrs. Edward 1\ Silvia. Dec. 1 A daughter, Betty Boris Sharpe, born to TSgt. and Mrs. David Sharpe. Dec. 2 A daughter, Patricia l.yun Tosnema, born to Capt and Mrs. Peter A. Tonnema. Jr. Dec. 4 A wm, Robert James Bat Is, born to HMI and Mrs. Robert \V. Davis. Dec. 5 A daughter. Marilyn Jean Gilbert, born to Major und Mrs. Elmer L. Gilbert. Dec. 7 A daughter, Diana Jean i.oie, born to Sgt. and Mrs. James K. Love. Dec. 8 A daughter. Biane Griffith Held, born to IstLt. and David S. Reid. III. Dec. 8 A daughter. Theresa I onise Renew, born to SSgt. and Mrs. Frank C. Renew. Dec. 8 A son. James Richard Klynn, born to TSgt. and Mrs. William T. Klynn. Dec. 9 A daughter. Marlene Be I.aula Smith, born to Sgt. and Mrs. Clifton C. Smith. Three men are recent ne» members of ABS-22. They are Pfc. Arlie J. Dailey. Jr.. transferred from HqSq-14. Sta. on 1 Dec. 1948; Cpl. Raymond E. Diilis. from VMF Sta. on 1 Dec. 1948: Pfc. Ray in) Webb, from HqSq-14. MAG-14. 2nd MAW, FMF. Sta.. on 1 Dec MWSS-2 has three new members reporting recently. Pfc's. Donald P. Lodginski and Ronald B. Lutz. joined from MAD. NATTC. Memphis. Tern. Pfc. Joseph J. Schuas. came from ScolCo. SupScolfln. MB, Camp Lejeune. N. C. Girl of the wild bine yonder..loan Smith, was named *MIss Stardust** at official opening: of 1947 Aviation Show, >'ew York, she stands nearly a* tall as the propellor. The sky queen presides over 20 rainbow-colored Chilian airplanes on exhibition at Grand Central Palace. Plane prlres range from $1,09."» to?7.t0fu without Miss Smith. Ray Camming* (right)..d Jimmie will be guests of Sgt. Ca»poba««e on the i M O Clab tomorrow night. Ex-Chief Navy Now Cherry ft Adam Mayer, an ex-chief radioman who now works in civil service here at Cherry Point, is a member or the Marine Corps Network of Amateur Radiomen and represents this base on a network that taken in several stations including Guam, Honolula, China, Quantico, Camp Lejeune and Washington, D. C. The purpose of the network is primarily to give the amateur radiomen a chance to get in more practice and experience on a complete circuit. Secondary purpose of the network is to handle any unofficial messages from marines at one base to their buddies at not her base. XMAS PAHTY There will be a Christmas party held for the children of Militarypersonnel under the age of twelve,,t the station theatre at 1000 topmrrow. There will be a speciaal movie shown, the station bund will provide music, and Santa Claus will be there to give a gift to every child attending. Transportation will be provided, and all children under four year's of age should be accompanied by their parent*. A special bus will irele MOQ beginning at Another bus will make all bus stops in Havelock and MEMQ beginning at (>915. Return buses will also be on hand. Car Owners Beware Of Bad Anti-Freeze A warding to car owners and acta supply dealers to guard against harmful ant.-freeze preparations was issued recently by Dr. K. W. Constable, chief of the State Department of Agriculture. Samples of several so-called "permanent type" anti-freese mix tui^e «nhmitte<l to the Agriculture Department's laboratories recently have been found to contain materials prohibited by state law. he said. Reports received from the western part of the State, he added, indicate that one of theae brands has been widely distributed in that area Sample* of the following brands, the chemist reported, have been analyzed and found to contain materials illegal in the state: ascade Permanent Type Antidistributed by the Atlas Distributing Company. Cincinnati. Spirit Permanent Type Antiireese, distributed by the Spirit Chemical Corporration. Philadelphia. Pelar Zone Permanent Type AnU-freeie. manufactured by tb< Federal Chemical Company. Baltimore. Md. All types of anti-freeze sold through the Post Exchange are standard brands and are safe for use in automobile?. Mayer says that controlling station, KH6-BV at Honolula. is planning to feature the operations of the network in a story in the LfiATH- KRNECK in the near future. They have already contacted him asking tor photographs of his radio set and himself in operation. The ex-navy man says his outfit is located on the Camp Lejeune highway about five miles from the station. The station is on his farm. However, anyone on the base wishing to send a message to a buddy at any of the above points maycall 2105 in the Radio Transmitting building and leave the message there. Reversing Props Speed Landings A four-engine military airplane Dec. 13 at Washington, D. C. dropped from 15,00 feet with its propellers pulling backward, to land at National Airport in about half the time it would take tor a normal landing from that altitude. It was the first denoaatration over Washington of reversing the pitch of propeller blade* in flight, and was witneeead by Gan. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Air Chief of Staff Gen.Hojrt S. V'andenherg aad some 200 other military aad Government officials from the risen entrance of ti*e Pentagon Rnildicg. A trail of smoke released by the pilot. Herbert O. Fiaher, chief test pilot of the Curtis-Wright Corp.. propeller division, to make it easier to follow the plane's flight, caused numerous inquiries from citizens about the "burning plane." Curtias-Wright officials believe the new technique will be valuable in emergencies. Jet And Rocket Research Centers Are Established New York. (NYHT). The creation of national centers of rocket and jet propulsion research at Princeton University and California Institute of Technology was anounced today at the Guggenheim Foundation. The two new institutions will be known as the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Jet Propulsion Centers. The foundation has underwritten the research centers for seven years and has appropriated $500,000. The foundation also is establishing two jet propulsion fellowships which will carry two-year grants of up to $2000 annually, for study leading to advanced degrees. Normally, six new fellowships will be granted each rear three for study at Princeton and three for study at Cal Tech. Christinas Trees Are Serious Fire Haiaard To Public Christmas trees in places ot public assembly represent a serious lire hazard. If the following rules are applied the hazard will be redaoed to a minium. (a) Keep the tree out of any exits aad paths. <b) Cut off the base of the tree at an angle at least one inch above the original cut aad keep it standing in water. (c) All wiring is to be done by competent electricians to conform to approved standards. All lights set should bear the label approval of Underwriters Laboratories. The tree should be checked daily for dryness. t (e) Trees to be removed by 2 January at the latest. Approval of the Station Fire Marshal or the Fire Chief will be required before placing Christmas trees in building on this station. Youth Fellowship Are Xmas Carolers The Youth Fellowship, in con junction with the Young People's organization of Havelock Community Church and the Station Choir will present a Christmas Carol program Tuesday night, Dec. 21. The choristers will begin about 1900 and will sing in front of the dispensary, the brig, and throughout the quarters area. Teachers, Singers Are Needed By Station Chaplains The Protestant Chaplain states the Sunday School is in need of teachers in all departments. Anyone interested in helping out is asked to call the Sunday School Superintendent. Capt. "Bill" Porter. at phone The present taacbers. Mrs. Aggerbeck. Mrs. McKonley and Mrs. Nesmith. are willing to help the new teachers in every way as they will be unable to remain in tl^se positions after the first of the year The Catholic Chaplains are also sending on SOS for tenors and baritones for the male choir. For details call VISIT TOYLAND At The POST EXCHANGE //(DIVINE J 1 ( SERVICES F*«TES*A1IT 09IS Sun. Sunday Sc h (Nursery) 1030 Sun. Worship Servi* Main Chapel 1830 Tue. Youth Fellow^ Recreation Center Deck 1900 Wed. Choir Rehrv^, CATHOLIC SEBYICES Sun o«u,. Chapel Weekdays 1145 Catholic W;a Mass Sat follow^ jj Recitations of Rosstj Confessions Sat. 190u-2l9( Other times by appointmeat 1900 Tues. No vena Il-rotios JEWISH SERVICES 2000 Wed. Divine Wont in Protestant Wing CHERRY POLXT COM Ml Mi] CHURCH 1100 Sun. Morning Wortfcj 1815 Sun. Christian End«tt or 1930 Sun. Evening Wonhj [The Padre Sayi by Chaplain K. B. Cleain Some years ago my father. late Dr. Arthur W. Cleaves, of the First Baptist Church. Pri dence. Rhode Island, wrote passage which makes up the ba of this article. It was approprs then, and it seemed very beaatf For that reason it is quoted in ft for I believe that its value is great today as it was when it written. TODAY CHRIST IS B0K\ Some people have never hd the angels sing their praise* the new born King. And o'ie have never seen the star whic shines forever over Bethlehem, you are among them, there only one thing to be said to "Don't you wish you had?" There were people in Rcthltbi long ago who did not see the i just as most of the people there not hear the angels. These sa vels were reserved for the Maxi a few poor shepherds. Have you wondered why l saw and heard, and other; not? There is only one answer that. Kars have to be trained hear the songs of heaven, and have to be made sharp to see presence of joyous mystery. Ma people on earth have eyes that not see and ears that do not hi We are told that "spiritual tia are spiritually discerned." We told of Jesus that, in a partid place, the eyes of the people "«holden." that they did not IJ him. That experience has bees peated many times in history is repeated today. For Jesui here, and some do not r«cop him. Perhaps we should pray that to us may be given the s*t eye and the bearing ear. For then will Christmas bring to a full meaning.

3 CHARACTER We present.hiss Angela Lanshnry of JMi.Jf already lulled hy Hollywood for tersatiie character portrajal*. like lo say, Incidentally. thai she can certainly stand on her tan as a cluuionr girl. Santa Glaus Gets Boost From Local PX Toyland By Kay Fracas»o The hearts of all young children should be delighted by the ine of toys offered by the Toyland located on the second deck "ost Exchange building. In looking over the line of toys the kiddies should have an idea of what lo would want Santa to leave under the tree come Christmas morn. For little girls who have the mbition to become housekeepers itre is a large assortment of rtieles which include: table.- and hairs, sewing machines, baby beds. lad other articles, all cut down to liniature size. Comiug to the doll counter they ill find all kinds and sizes from 1 if type Mommy usually puts on er bed as an ornament to the mall all-rubber dolls. Now come the toys for the boys. Females In USMC Given Title Of "Women Marines" For the purposes of official designation. women entering the Re- or the future Doc Blanrhard's I cd Hank Luissetti's there is a gular Marine Corps shall be referred to as "Women Marines." Marine flection of football and basket 'lis plus other junior" athletic Headquarters announced to-»r. The junior G-men and cowill day find finger print sets, Although their official title is andcuffs. tommy guns, shot guns. that of "Women Marines." the designation '1 six shooters with holsters. "C. S. Marine Corps" Older boys have a selection of will apply to the womem as well j 1930 istry sets, erector sets, wood- >rk sets and games that should both young and old. Bicycles, tricycles, scooters, waand used in official reporting forms. I trains put a beaming and in the cases of Women Reser- i»e on the faces of all when it vists the letters TSMCR-W" will to "wheels." be used. These are just a few of the num- i articles which may be seen 1 '"hf-rrv Point Toyland. A visit j Santa's workshop should bring the hearts of all the young- j 's and send them away awaiting Mok's visit on Christmas Eve. "!? W'ar battle between -Monitor and the Merrimac was Mt in Hampton Roads, just off fsent Norfolk Navy Supply ater. Staff NCO Club Informal Dance 'onipi,t Music farshttl by 2MAW Orchestra. Platter Party * "-2400 Ray Camming: and mie Wallace WMBL i!j be guests. 21 December 2000 ST A f kox LOkAIV Top Deck PX Ballding Xen-Frl 10MM7M; 1900-I1W Sat-San : 1^ By Frances Howell NEW NOVELS: MI. in* Ll(l.\\ by Irwin >uaw. Cruics say mis ttrst novel oy a playwright is a nil. tie tells lue story ot what uappened to lure* iiivvi whose lives crossed uuruig ine course ot me war a young Austrian, an American DUSIue»s wan. anu a young Jew.» lai'ukt. 1HE ias1le, by Dodie bimitn. Uetighttul is lue woru tor this one and a welcome relief irom the current deluge ot Historical novels. It involves "the romantic and ruiueu Mortmains, Uieir spoosy castle, and the two young American bachelors who inueru iue property. ' AOBOiM S JOOL, by Charles \ale Harrison. This one will make you pause occasionally for some contemplation on your own. It's told in the hrst person by one of a high-geard public relations counsellors who Have undertaken to Hud the ideal representative of the average American mau. THL Kl.NMMi OF THE TIDE, by Esther Forbes, old Salem durits great merchant shipping i provides the setting here, will meet Dash Inman who captained his first East Indiaman at 1!* and at 25 launched his own V'ictrix. There is also the lovely Polly Mompesson. belle of the town, with whom he seemed destined to fall in love. IH.Il FAYOHITES: LOST HORIZON, by James flilton. rhk FORSYTE SACiA, by John lalsworthy. FAJt t ROM THE.HADDING KdH'D, by Thomas Hardy. OF HI.MAN BONDAGE, by kimerset Maugham..M\ SON,.HY SON,-by Howard >pring. OF SPECIAL INTEREST: MIRACLES FROM MIt ROBES: he Road to Streptomycin, by iamuel Epstein TELECASTING AND ( 01.OK, by L S. Tyler. HANIiBOOK OF PERSONNEL (ANAGEXENT, by «. D. Halsey. MASTERING SPANISH, by L. 1. Bed i check. COIN COLLECTtNV, by Joseph O' Club Tonite To get this week-end goiug right the Officers' Club is offering free cocktails tonight, and following up with a dance on Saturday. Between the hours of 1S30 and tonight the "Club" won t let is the men in the Marine Corps - vou P a - V f r anything at the bar when used after a name j I with a few possible exceptions*: The letter "ISMC-W will be!'"* "i 1, FREE a " d 10 lome! themselves. *" Joy out and Saturday night. club members i may dine and dance to the melodic j offerings of "Bubbles" Becker and! his orchestra. Dinner w»ll be served from 1800 to 2100 and the music will flow from 2030 'til Greenville Vets Offer Congrats Recent surveys at the Naval Training Centers at San Diego.! Calif., and Great Lakes. 111., show i that 98.6 percent of all Navy re- A letter received from the com- «' ruits are under 21 years of age. mander of Pitt County Post No. 39 j of American Legion and the Charles! Gray Morgan Post No of J Veterans of Foreign Wars located at Greenville. N. C. expressed appreciation for the cooperation j of Cherry Point Marines on Armistice Day. The letter, addressed to: Com-, manding GeneAl. Marine Corps Air Station. Cherry Point. N. C.. read j as follows: "Dear Sir: "W'e wish to take this means of J expressing to you. your staff, and your troops our appreciation for your cooperation on the occasion of the Armistice Day Exercises held! in Greenville on November 11. in which a detachment under the j command of Captain Cannon participated. "Every man of that detachment. commissioned or enlisted, can well be proud of his outfit for its soldierly appearance and conduct. isigned> T K. Fountain. Comdr American Legion. 'and> ^Carroll Chauncey, Cmdr.. V. F. W." CHERRY POINT WINPSOCK. 17 DEC STATiSK THEATRE Tonight «s00-203«kissing Bandit Frank Sinatra - Kathryn Grayson Saturday 1000 Kiddle Show Carolina Moon Gene Autry Saturday Two Mugs From Brooklyn William Bendix - Joe Sawyer Sunday One Sunday Morning Dennis Morgan - Janis Paige Monday Dynamite William Gargan - Theresa Brooks Tuesday Blondie's Secret Penny Singleton - Arthur Lake Wednesday Trail Of Vigil an ties Franchot Tone - Andy Devine Thursday The Accused Loretta Young - Robert Cummings Friday Mexican Hayride RUQ Abbott - Lou Costello RRRrrring! "Hello, this is Platter Party's Joy Kid Fag an.' Strictly Speaking the WMBL New Bern studio is tilled with g and wags on Platter Party between 1500 and daily. Station-Manager, Clean-rp-kid, and Platter-Slinger Frank Gagan, Jr. is on hand to take any requests that might come in by letter, telegram, telephone, cablegram, or any other means of communication. Mr. Fagan, who claims that the Platter Party is an informal show by u confused disc jockey, says he especially wants to hear diore from the Cherry Point boys and wants to play numbers and more numbers for the Marines. He played a special for the Windhoek Staff lately. It was "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth." Guard Detail Off To Edenton Field MSgt. O. C. Adams. Jr., TSgt. John J. Thompson, Jr., TSgt John C. Adkins. SSgt. Donald L. Hull, Sgt. Wood row L. Holbein, twelve privates first class, and one private were detached to Edenton Air Bane this week on temporary duty in connection with communi- ' cation and security. The seventeen- u advance unit j will guard government property and take contra. of the large airfield there, which IF being reactivated as a carrier rviatlon base of the Marine Corps. Planes will probably be flying out of Edenton by March 1st. The air field at Edenton 1B, locat' 1 about one hundred air miles north of Cherry Point on the north shore of historic Albemarle Sound. Official U. S. Ncvy fhoto J V A N PERON, President ot Argentina, is shown being piped Eighty-five per cent of new Navy recruits are unmarried and not engaged to be married, and about one- aboard USS Huntington (CL 107) when, ship visited. Buenos.... Aires on third of them give financial aid South American goodwill cruise^ a delm.nrt.t. Beautiful Palms! Palm trees are waring in Florida Hanllffht as this pretty little Slug enjoys a snnbaih In December. Go Sooth, Young Men. Go Heath! Saturday Fighting Back Pud din' Head Sunday A'Feu din, ATussing And ATlghting Monday and Tuesday Sorry Wrong Number Wednesday Up In Central Park Thursday Miss Tadlocks Millions

4 4 CHERftV POINT WINDSOCK. 17 PEC. 1>48 DI's Outlast CP's IT Thriller ANNUAL INSPECTION IS HELD The annual visit by the Inspoctcir General and his party to thin but occurred during the past week. Monday and Tuesday saw the entire base busily being prepared for the inspection. The inspecting officers made their rounds of Air- PMFLant activities on Tuesday and Wednesday, while the Air Station underwent a thorough going over on Thursday and Friday. The Inspector General's Tarty, which was aboard the base throughout the wpek. consisted of Brig, t.n. Robert (Make. Col. Joseph A. Smoak. Col Edward J Dillon. LtCol. l-awrence It. Clark. LtCol. Jean II Buckner, Capt. Wood row W Brown.Capt Leon K. Matthew*. Capt Augustus J. Bdeu. MaJ Kdward J. McCabo. MaJ Richard A Glaeser. and lstl.t Kdgar S. Hamilton. In the FMFLant Inspecting Pav were Brig. Gen. Vernon E McGee. Col. George R. Rowan. Col Samuel L. Bal'.entine, Col. Robert II McDowell. LtCol. Raymond B Hurst. LtOol. George K Dooley. MaJ. Walter M. Caulfleld. MaJ Frederick M. Steinhauser, Capt. Albert C. Hartkopf and Capt. Paul J. Preston. Prior to troop inspections ai Wednesday, for the Air Sta tion. and other undesignated times for AirFMFLant. all persornel were required to lay out clothing and equipment on their bunks Also, a sample number of the men from each anit were assembled, in appropriate uniform with normal arms, belts. bayonets and first aid packets and were tested for adequacy of basic training. Request Mast* were held on Tuesday and Wednesday at 130 in the Recreation Wing of each barracks for the purpose of havinc personnel register any complaints. Forrial Guard Mount was held at Thursday, on the parade field Troops were furnished from the Military Police detachment of HqSq-Sta. The 2nd MAW ban.l furnished the music" for this formation Thursday atternoon, the Senior Inspector visited the Dispensary!i4» that personnel there desiring to talk to him. would have the oppor tnnity to do so. FROM THE CAMP LEJEUNE "GLOBE" Seven Snpply School v lasses Graduate; Five General? Attend Ceremonies Players. Cliches Honored at Football Banquet... Col John Kaluf. One Of LeJeum-'s "Founding Fathers". Detached This Week Lt Powell Aw;.rded Bronie Star For Action On Guam 1 oj.-une Cagers ConiHi t For Five Wins; Down Air Force And Xavy In Bermuda.. Tw. lv,- Golfers Win In Flag Tournament At Paradise Point.. Com Six Visits Lejeune.. FROM THE PARRIS ISLAND "BOOT" MSct J. K. Martin RrenlUtv... ( WO Grillin Give* Duties A* Ojul Roads and Grounds... t onc^rt Ts Be Presented At -O t lab... l a RochelleV Talent S1H.W Big Hit Friday >1l*ht. PI la*er* Down Memphis \ ATTC. S4-2*... All-Saij Bawllac < kamplon«hlp >ext January.to... FROM THE QUANTICO "SENTRY" Construction Besun On New Housing For Post: 60 Lustron Houses To Bo Built. r.:. For Married Enlisted M«u and 35 For Married Officers. Major Bob Conrad Presented Silver Golf Cup.. Two 1-ocal Airmen P In SX.l Plane Crash TSgt. Paul Cl-rkston and TSgt. Henry t Stalnake** Christmas Choral Concert Set For Dec. 16 Quantico.! Of Polio Scare Quantico Cagers Take Three: MCS Downs Ml l tr MB Tilt At 1> C: Quautico Tags Sailors : Quantico Cracks \ IM Cagers. t»i»-49 Experts Address AWS Class Group.. FROM THE SAN DIEGO "CHEVRON" KOO.tHHi Cheer Band At I.one Beach... MSrt. Robinson, Band Aocalisl. leases Post... FMF In Combat Readiness To Protect Aatlons Interests... lasers Spurt To Eleventh Victory... \«vy Mars To Siher Bowl... -Bevlldogs** Rack lp Western Grid Title... Boxers Meet >TC... l.eatherneck Marksmen Win In >orway Match... FROM THE EL TORO "FLIGHT JACKET" r\t Dutv With I". X Special Balkans Committee Lt. Gen Thomas ' Watson. Commanding General of Pacific Fleet Marine Force. To l"»pect El Toro Monuav-Tuesday Ex-Prisoner Of War Lt. to I. ierber C Freuler. Presented Citation. Unbeaten Port Hueneme Whips El Toro. 57-:?2. In Crucial i.'age Game Bulls Catch Fire In.".rid Finale. Dumping Whidby Island S El Toro Gridders Had High Sp* ;s But Low Record Frtur «Mte«sabre uyjlitfc of travel and basketball proted Just a little loo much for the Cherry Point "Flyers," who dropped their fourth game of the season against Parris Island down at "DI Land" on December 13. Two baskets by P. I. in the final moinet-is of play broke a deadlock and brought the "Flyers" record down to the.500 mark for the season. In dropping the third of their last four starts, the Cherry Pointers played spirited ball until the final whistle, with forwards Norm Crevision and Johnny Cashen tossing in twenty one points between them. Jerry "Salty" Peters led the Parris Island club with sixteen points, while Merket came second in the "DI" scoring column with fourteen. The game was nip-and-tuck throughout, with P. L holding a slim advantage at halftime. Pensy Cancelled; Flyers Take Rest After four games in the same number of nights, the weary Cherry Point "Flyers" received an unexpected break on Dec. 14 when the Pensacola game was cancelled due to a misunderstanding in the schedule. Word was received on the afternoon of the contest that the Pensaeola team would not be able to show up. and the "Flyer" players were spared their fifth straight contest since the cycle opened against Bragg on Dec. 10. Cherry Point will return to action acainst Bast Carolina Teachers College in the Drill Hall tomorrow niuhf and will journey to Mitchell Field. X Y. for their next tilt ' on Dec. 2. Four lueu are recent new members of MWSS-2. They are Sgt.. Richard Holcomb by reenlistment. PFC John I. Holland bv reenlist>. : tuoiit PFC Kugene W. Lotus and PFC Rex I Tinkey were trans- fered from CcolCo. SupScol Bn, Mb. Camp Lojeune. X. C. Sgt James M Stiller was reently transfered from VMF-114 o Service Squadron. AVillie Moore, who dropped a tery close three-round dei-mou iu h:> first fight av*aln«t Fort Brainr, will be seekta" his first win oi the year at the Drill Hall Monday night. Moore, who fights in the Llektheaw class. i> ruining back t» the ring aiter a two year layoff. M l mk S AT*WB&&i Local Cagers Take S In Fort B. Two- Game S The Cherry Point "Flyers" gained a two-way split with the Fort Brj, Basketball squad in the soldiers' Gym on Dec. 10th and 11th. 1 Leathernecks lost the first contest 55-33, and captured the affair, Failure to stop "Irish" Connelly, a high scoring doughboy torra proved fatal in the first game, as the Bragg hoopsters connected 17 points to lead his teammates. Dawson. Fort Bragg captain, plu second in the scoring column for the soldiers with 15 on six buck and three free throws. The "Flyers' were behind only «rl r A I > a» I V n n at the halftime mark, but riyers UTOp Jfl Connelly and Dawson went to work in earnest while the Cherry Point offiense faltered during the second half, and Bragg pulled into comfortable lead which they never relinquished. In the second night's play, the Marines relied on the shooting of Davis and Hatfield to pull them through. Both boys collected ten points apiece to pace the "Flyers" while the troublesome Connelly earned individual scoring honors for the night with fifteen points. Cherry Point assumed a lead at the intermission and continued their strong scoring pace in the final half to win. Cherry Pt. Golfers Defeat New Bern The Cherry Point golf team defeated the New B<>rn golfing contingent Sunday 58 to 41 on the Cherry Point links. Bill Beverly of the Marines was medalist with : and Xew Bern pro Grant Bennett ied the locals with a 75. Par on the Marine i»as< course is 12. Bob Banks fired a 78 and Billy Ferebee shot a 79 but J. B. Mullineaux and Jim Mateer were the only team to bring home a full team victory of 9 points. The Xew Bern team had won two previous matches by close margins. Results Included: Sgt. Beverly and Capt. Cotton i CP» 3. Ferebee and Bennett (XB) 0. Capt. Alsip and Lt. Simpson (CP» 3. Banks and Lewis (XB) U. MSgt. Harris and.maj. Gilbert (CP) 3. Ferebee and Hoffman (XB) 0. Col Hopper and Lt. Roueh (CP» 4. Hines and Pate (XB) 24. Lt. Mullane and Lt Wagner (CP) 2. Romanus and Tyson (XB) 1. Capt. Thomas and Capt. Ottman (CP) 3. Ferebee and Johnson IXBI 0. Lt. Col. Haynes and Lt. Col. Aggerbeck (CP Brvan and Aberly»XB» 0. Lt. Bates anil Lt. Calhoun (CP) 1. Ipock and I Babson.XBi 2. Lt. Col. Johnson land Maj. Reed <CP» 2. Van Bus ki-k and Lee (XB) 1. Capt. Paul and MSgt. Jones (CP) S. Mills and Etith JXB> 24. Sgt. Scherring (and Sgt. Mead (CP» 0. Mullineaux, and Mateer (XB» 3. ' The following men were recently! transfered from VMF-114 to MW- SG-2 iprovi They are as follows: Cpl Robert J. Cokel. Sgt. Richard I R. Gooding, and TSgt. Robert C.! Farmer., Lose to Ft Jaclua Returning from an extuua two game series with Fort P the "Flyers" fell prey to Jackson's Basketball club, sharpshooting Leland Byrd. is Station Drill Hall on Dec. 11' final score was A fair Sunday night watched Byrd put on a one-: show as he collected twentyof his teams thirty-nine-jl total and sparged his throughout the contest. The visitors assumed coma right after the opening and wasted no time in piling advantage at the.norm Creviston and Charley " tried to get the "Flyers" badt the swing of things early ii second half, but a strong Jad defense and the loss of Cre five personal fouls proni steep a handicap for the lod Creviston. before being re«the final minutes ot plfl in the "Flyer" pofnt-nwki* partment with a total of t«-o i Ford Sank four basket- «r harlty toss to place s«-< i<ai Following Byrd in the scoring column was rangy Army center, wh nine points in addition to ch Ford During the greater pt the contest. Big Banquet H< To Honor Athi Wednesday Nig Wing 10 of Mess Hall '* ^ scene of a three-team * celebration for the mem'"'* Football. Baseball and * organizations on December Sponsored by the Speci* vices Department, the rewarded the athletes >" successful 194S efforts- Cherry Point sporting *' Major General Field ComdGen. Second Marin-. Wing, and Brigadier Gene^* W. Miller. ComdGen.. MCA> the athletes and were ^ honor. Approximately 100 tended the celebration. steak for the main course The boys enjoyed beer ' by Mr. C. King, local Schliti distributor.

5 J Junior Hurricanes Of Miami^ Bn Big End Of Score "Flyers" Given.High Praise jliami'8 "Baby Hurricanes" were supposed to have proven the "big *ind" in their game with the Cherry Point "Flyer*" but encounta roaring tornado in a determined group of Leathernecks who e«oturod everything but the final icore. With a record of three lopsided collegiate victories, constant scrimr»g» with the varsity eleven, and ibe added advantage of playing in front of a partisan crowd at Stranahan Field in Fort I^auder- 4ale. Fla.. the local college freshen had a bitter evening before eking out a victory. Flalshes Strong The.Marines Went strong from stsrt to finish, as 5000 thrilled customers watched the underdog -Flyers" upset the pre-game "dope bucket" pushing the stronger Mismians all over the field after falling behind 13-0 in the second quarter. The locals scored later in the period, on a Sloan to Garrison pass which covered 14 yards, to pull to within T points of their opponent* In the fourth quarter, Vic t'.orham placekicked a perfect extra point to tit- up the contest at 13-all. after his teammates had marched 65 yards for another tally This came after a spine-tingling bird period in which the Leathernccks punched to the Miami one yard stripe, only to be held there for four downs. hirkoff Retarn l» *-4in\" Alter scoring their final touchdo*'a. ihe "Flyers" made their lone mistake of an otherwise brilliant afternoon by kicking off to :h.' "wrong man." In this case it prov- I to be Mike Vacchio. a New Jersey boy. who lugged the boot hack ^5 yards for the final sixpoimtr of the day and presented the Hurricanes with the aiarcin they held until the final whistle. Late in the game. Miami lineniaii Kay Arcangeletti spoiled the last Cherry Point TD bid when he intercepted a Tom Shepherd pass on his own two yard stripe after :he "never say die" Marines drove ti Mi- local fifteen. The "Hurricanes" managed to hang onto the tall long enough to emerge from 'he field a tired and exhausted bunch of victors. "Flyer*" Outplay Favorite* apt. Jack Sloan and his team- j mates won in the statistics department by notching 12 first downs to Quantico Defeats Dago By 21-0; To Engage Bragg Sat The powerful Quantico Marines j knocked off the Marine Corps Recruit Depot of San Diego by a score of 2l-o last Saturday at Foreman Field in Norfolk, to cinch the 1948 All-Navy football crown. "Sceeter" Quinlan. San Diego quarterback, was selected as the outstanding player of the game and was presented a trophy at the conclusion of the contest. It was Big Joe Bartoes. Dick Ambrogi. and George Gerco all the way as the Virginians rolled ahead in the first.quarter and were never threatened. Quantico's center. Jesse, intercepted a pass on the fifty and pranced the sidelines for a TD in the fourth period. Tomorrow Quantico takes on the Fort Bragg. North Carolina Army team at the University of Mary laud stadium in College Park. Md. for the East Coast Service Championship. The game will be a charity contest sponsored by the Washington. D. C Jr. Chamber of Commerce, and may become the first of au annual event.! for their opponents and by leading 240 to 180 iu total yardage gained Miami fumbled four times <«nd on three of these occasions, the "Flyers" recovered. Cherry Point fumbled only once during the ' present Intramural Sports in full game. swing is basketball. Games between match from Bobby Brock of Fort Bragg on Dec. i. Cherry Point the squadrons are Miami Freshmen being Referring to the Match, Johnny etnneim tlat Erickson LE Martin played in the Station Drill Hall, Breck was "a rough baby." «He was," said Johaay, "a Kreamcheck--LT Stafford with the first contest starting at l«t harder to lick thaa Joe Martta (the hoy Johaay Diaz LG Arcangeletti On nights, when there is s eoaqaered tor hia 8. E. A. crown on Wev. M in Sevan- Vavrek C Lloyd BMh), especially tn the first rcsed. Bet, S started to Varsity game, there will be only Bartell- KG George catch on to his style and hit hbn qatte a hit. I think Wichard KE Booyoucas one Intramural tilt. the* credited me with the whole three reaads, and Go r ham QB Chwalik their roach (I-t. Ray Tejn) Is going to pat another hoy Shepherd LH Tremont aralast me.* This Week's Schedule: Thomopoulos RH Vacchio Simmons FB Stolk Scores By Periods: Cherry Point 0 o T 13 j Miami Frosh o In according to the then) Secretary of the Navy, the Navy's annual food needs were bush- ; els of beans and pounds of ; butter. Al KossU who made kb first appearance for Cherry Point against Fart Bragg on Dec. t, pat ap a good showing la dropplag a close three round decision. Rossi expects to obtain revenge on Monday sight whoa the soldiers arrive at the Station Brill Hall for a refers match. Home Game With Long Islanders Exchanged The Cherry Point "Flyers" will travel to Mitchell Field. Long Island, on Dec. 20 instead of on January 21. as previously listed in the season's schedule. Mitchell Field will journey to Cherry Point for their return tilt on Jan. 21 instead of Dec. 29. The original dates were switched due to the Boxing show which will be held in the Station Drill Hall on Dec. 21. GENERAL'S With the end of the Touch Football and Volleyball seasons, the Monday Dec. 20 VMR-252 vs VMF-122 SMS-14 vs VMF-223 Tuesday. Dec. 21 HqSq-MCAS vs VMF-212 HqSq-2 vs MACG-1 Wednesday. Dec. 22 VMT-1 vs HqSq-14 AES-46 vs VMF-114 Thursday. Dec. 23 VMP-354 vs VMF-225 VMF-122 vs AES-42 Last Week's Results: Thursday. Dec.9 VMFN-114 over VMF-225 i forfeit) HqSq AES Monday. I>ec 13 AES SMS-ll 29 VMF HqSq-MCAS 33 Intramural Wrestling Opens On 20 December Intramural Wrestling will be the next scheduled sport on the squadron agenda in the race tor the General's Cup. All squadrons wishing to field teams in this sport should notify the Athletic Department. in writing, before o December. 194&. The intramural wrestling tournament will be run off during January if enough interest is shown in the sport. In the event that insufficient interest is shown, wrestling will be dropped and the next srheduled activity will begin. Point Wins In Golf CHEWWY POINT WINPSOCK. 17 DEC Bout Monday To Feature Oonatei; Two Wins By Pointers On 9 D Coach John Tlnsley's neweat star. Middleweight Claude Donatellt, is expected to make his fistic debut against Fort Bragg, whan the soldiers hook up with the Pointers in a return boxing show at the Station Drill Hall on the night of. Dec. 20. An expecting "packed house" of Cherry Point fight fans may witnoas the "scrap of the year" if Bragg coach Ray Teja decides to pit experienced Lee Pillem. with an exceptional ring record, against Donatelll. In addition to Donatelll's debut. Johnny Biancaniello will be OP hand to try tor his sixth successive win as a member of the boxers, while Rudy Lara. Mike Zecca. Willie Moore and Don Spencer should appear on the card for the Marines. The Pointers will be seeking revenge for their unsuccessful Invasion of the Army Post on Dec.9 that resulted in five out of seven losses for the Leathernecks in their boats with the doughboys. L Only Johnny Biancaniello and i*on Spencer came ont on top. Biancaniello had to go "all ont" to earn a three round verdict over Bob Brock. Golden Gloves champion. while Spencer licked Bob Richardaon in the Lightheavy division. Biancaniello now haa five wins against off-station opponents. Rudy Lara dropped a cloae decision to Rudy Maclel in the Lightweight class, while Lightweight Al Rossi. Featherweight Bascon Beasley. Middleweight Mike Zecca. and Lightbeavywelght Willie Moore all were on the "wrong end" of three round verdicts.* Rossi snd Moore, in action for the first time as members of the Cherry Point club, displayed lots of talent In their first time out this season. A few nights ago. we were talking to Johnny Biancaniello, the undefeated Cherry Point Lightweight, who copped his fifth successive Brock, a former Oklahoma "Golden 010*00" champ, showed a lot of ability against Biancaniello. but faued to halt the "Jollin Jabber** from Phllly. Coach Teja Heepltable While the fighters were at Fort Bragg, they received swell hospitality from the 8Snd and from Bragg Boxing Conch Ray Tela. Teja, who has turned oat several top-notch boxing ontflts for the lnny, hns wen n place In the hearts of auiay Cherry Pointers for his sportsmsashtp In aever matching a boy with experience against an opponent of looser ring knowledge. Urasselll Takes ver "Flyers** Lt. Al Grasselli has taken over the coaching duties of the Cherry Point Basketball "Flyers." He formerly played with the Phllllpe "Oilers'* and with the Cherry Point Club. J«hn Biancaniello. Cherry Point "7^4 bi?t i Srt rixht to Bob Brock's taw la the **r»ud rosn.l oi their now ai r«n The Cherry Point Golf team avenged two previous setbacks by j finally coming through to beat the ; New Bernian club in a match on the Cherry Point links last Sunday. There were ten foursomes com-1 peting. with play getting under- : way at 120o. SSgt William A.' Beverly had the lowest par for the j course, a 74. to place first for I individual honors. Don Spencer, Cherry Polat's. right to Siad division's Bob Richardson's head in the of the e»enlng. Spencer got the nod over his taller

6 CHERRY POINT WINDSOCK. 17 DEC It dor*, not tftkr a mum skilled In narlr to win a ( ASH award under tke Beneficial Suggestion program. If yon do not believe tkls, ask Mr. Marry Hall, of tke Power Plant! While working for Pabllc Works lr. Hall nabmlped a suggestion relative to "ventilating louver* on»peed redurlrg units, attacked to accelerators at Water Treatment Plant.** This suggestion has been approved and he Is awarded Twenty Dollars! Mr. Hall *ay* this will come In raitrhty handy la plajlng Saata ( laus to the chlldna la this picture! NAVY SUPPLY OVERHAUL & REPAIR Back from a two weeks vacation I arouna and had out where MM tour of North Carolina is Evelyn of oar employees will be to welcome "Ule Saiat Mck." hay Pes- Lockey. She said. "Shore had a good time and 1 am ready to go ckek will be in Florida... Lila Kirk Is going io Rhode Island... hack any time!"... Gather around, Kendal Ihristenson to Wisconsin. folks, and we'll send a "Speedy... The Kenneth Boyer's will be Recovery" cheer note to Lidye in Virginia... the Sliverbergs Jontz. who is ill at her home. Also, to.new York... tke Peter vans' we can scratch Annie Lane's and to Plttsbargh... the Lruest Anna Clyde Swindell's names from Provo's to Buffalo, >'I... and the the sick list, nice to have both of Larry Hodgson's to Washington, II. C. you back... While moat of Supply employees enjoyed a quiet weekend We have a few employees who at home "just a-sitting and a- are celebrating birthdays this rocking," Anita Hood Shopped in month, three who are Christmas Kinston -Jimmy Parrish jaunted Day babies Dorothy Hopkins, Mary McLellon, and James Gentry. to Greenville to see frineds Peggy IN MEMORIAM it waa with deep regret and a sincere feeling of loss it?x learned of the death of William imike) Pishei. A veteran or naval service in World War 11 and a member of the Cherry Point post of Disable American Veterans. Mr. Fisher has been employed in the Structures Section, Process Division, of OfcR since 1944."He was a cheerful and loyal worker and his presence will be greatly missed in the Department. The body was shipped to Wheeling. West Virginia, for burial. The son of the late Henry end Mary Helay Fisher, of Wheeling, he is survived by his wife, Helen Brumenberg Fisher; and three brothers. Navy Department { PUBLIC WORKS Matlie Kelley hao taken Kay 'Morris' place on he "trouble desk" at Maiutenauce, t>ince Kay is busy with arouhsraus, orange ( '.iosozia. and such... Lulu Fowlkes has made a ira.n to ')&R... Clem brinson's birthday tails on Christma.s bay... O'.lie Allen also celebrates his birthday this month. i... Ton Tom Ligon is now Publicity gchairmai rnian ot the Havelock PTA... vohn (iu; iaskins and Waiter Rhodes have resigned and Eugene Perry' is ba(k at work.. new employees' at Kdenton include: Aubrey Jones, Orrille Williams. Edward Wood, Leslie Nixon. John Spivey, James ' White. Jr.. John Narriner. Durward, Travis. William Kuqna. Joe Johnson, Bonnie Holland and John Bond. Hello! Hello! Hello! Gene Tingle anil H. I.. Brown made.» flying trip to Norfolk in ' connection with construction of the engine lest*cell Job... John Frye and J. A. Smith have made trips ; to Edentcn. By the way, we hear Lt. Comdr. vonkeiler. the ROinCC, at Edenton. was involved in an I auto accident that resulted in a trip to the hospital. He is said to Dues are payable direct to the j Navy Department Beneficial Asso- John Frye We know of one who was born Powell visited a special friend ciation. and may be paid quarterly. Those wedding bells you hear the day after Christmas, Lillian in Washington ; semi-annually, or annually in adl vance. The rate is $1.00 per month they say is to take the vows on tinkling ; re lor Violet Garner, who Howard. Also celebrating birthdays Loise Bailey (some past> are: Cecil Rudd, Marilyn Powell. Frances Skinner, Adele i extra dollar entrance fee. Lee Atkiuson received a Bene- 'for each unit (certificate), plus an Xmas Et at Newport. X. shopped in Ra- I e i g h--e 1 io Mitchell. Elmo Truitt, Thomas A supply of rolders and appli- ficial Suggestion award last week Morton and Posey. Herbert Beck. Lyda Jenkins., cartons are now available in each for an idea submitted by him in husband visited relatives in ginia Turner. Gabe Jolly, Tyler Jasper Daniels. Julian Piver, Vir- personnel office, or they may be secured frome Mrs. Lyda Jenkins. Washington, N. Dunlap. John Cahoon. Rueben C. Carrie Wininger was a Kuest at a party held at Street's Ferry and say Lucille and Mac have a *4S convertable- I'wrj Powell hutu-m. wonder who the Garners Industrial Relations Today we salute "Pop" our Training supervisor *hol the distinction of celebrating t birthday on Christmas Day! vj" many happy returns,.'op* know Potter is back from his trip look off and went to Raleigh Io see ts he previously received an award achievement of which you can feel *1 to El Toro, Alameda. and San Santa Unas! from the Norfolk Navy Yard, in justly proud! connection with a suggestion in We are sorry to hear that Leonard Shanklin is in the hospital at ports submitted to the Safety- An analysis of the accidents re- Diego. California. where he regard to the electrical distribution system there. During hisarisits here. Mr. Bishoj Camp Lejeune.. that Allan Office for the past several months contacts Captain D. L. Forde. <>Bmu»icalions Officer. Captain L«> made a study Branch is still on the sick list.., shows a definite trend toward improvement in your accident pre- of fiscal procedures. and! who was beloved by all! vention efforts. There are marked and of the passing of Mike Fiaher ton. of the GCA Unit. Adam Mawt NO TI E civilian radio technician, th. manhour accounting. H i s to James Sawyer. James Hardison. are REALLY THINKING of ways We have recently said goad-bye indications that most supervisors dustrial Relations Office, aud mar I have no time to find fault with others. He wishes to thank one hers. trip was made Garland tonley. Jolson Russell, and means of preventing accidents all for the splendid co-operatit I ha v. along with O K> many faults of my and Merlin Edmonds... and say to employees under their supervision This reflects a healthy con- shown him in these contacts and R employeeea... Mr. and hello to Joseph Willis. ftaaald While 1. myself, may not know When at home in Norfolk. dition and is worthy of commenda- '-hem Bishop makes contacts with Mrs. Ernie M. tion. KEEP IT UP! I'm J arris announce the engage- As a result of your safety per- known tors throughout the State, lire that to others they're 'amateur radio operators I o l isle Morton formance during November, this short wave station is W4JSK. a* ment and approaching marriage station is within "striking" distance of earning the Secretary of 75 and 20 meter phone bands ~ and at present is being heard a of tbeir daughter. Ruth, to Cpl. Ernest Guthrie. USMC... Our the Navy's award for outstanding to "tune him in." you local hai cone rat ulat ions go to Elsie Hamilton. achievement in safety for the year Disbursing, and Ray Potter. 194$. ALL hands are urged to Preservation Section, on their recent promotions. Good time to be getting promotions, with Christmas just around the corner. Say. have you seen the snazzy THINK TALK PRACTICE safe- new DeSoto convertible Fred Delisle. Inspection, is driving? Ho says "life begins at 40!" Proctor Sermons is having turkey for Christmas, after all! Yep! Her son shot a huge wild turkey! He has the distinction of being the first "man" in the entire family to ever shoot a turkey! The setnry rattled off general and special orders perfectly. The OOP looked pleased and said. "Fine, everything's fine!" "Not only that." added the guard A ith a wink. "I've got some Scotch, si Wanna drink V "Corporal of the guard." yelled : infuriated OOD. "Shhh!" shushed the rookie. "There ain't enough for three." To a destroyer whose light was :>ible at night, the convoy commander signaled: "Pardon me. b*it your ship is showing." Barber- "Haven't T shaved yoc somewhere before?" Sailor: "Nope. I cot that scar :n the battle of Lingayan Gulf." With Christmas Just around the corner, i decided to make a visit Early. Letha Cullum. Bonnie Nault. Betty Harrison. Asa Martin, Ivy Gillikin. James Mills. Happy Birthday io all mentioned, and to anyone else who has a birthday in l>ecember.' Kay aud E«l Nelson took 2 hoars l-recious annual leave recently jusdo go Io ton II to see **Ole Saint Nick." Me hear Nora Shook also Parker, and Preston Batemau! Raeford Rawls is the proud Papa of a baby boy... Charles Turner tells us he has "housemaid knee" since their baby girl arrived... and Druzilla Gleaves is taking time off. awaiting a call from Mr. Stork! The first two "lucky" men from OJtK to receive "Greetings:" from l ucle Sam are Paul Bowdea and Stanley Raw Is! They left last week! That's all 'or this time folks' Sure would appreciate a call now and then at to help out with the news! Quotable Quotes From the HAVELOCK NEWS *e : once again quote: "Wm. (Sonny) j Sykes was a visitor in Beaufort recently Early Pouthit and party went bear hunting and Early was the lucky she. We hear bear- j The Navy Department Beneficial be recuperating nicely now! Association, ot Washington, D. C., I is now launching a promotional I campaign for new members, and i at the same time, are announcing * that present members may apply for fourth and fifth units of in-' surance according with a revised schedule! For the benefit of those who i may not be familiar with the Asso- j ciation. the following information' is given: It is composed of fellow 1 employees, organized and operated soley for the mutual benefit and common welfare of its members in order to provide group life insurance at reasonable cost. Unlike "commercial" group insurance. the insurance issued through the Association may be continued after separation from the (iovernment service. It now has approximately members! i the representative at Cherry Point. located in the O&R personnel office. Iler telephone number is 228. Congratulations The records show that you worked Ihe entire mouth ot' November without a lost time accident! Considering the exposure, this is an ty during December* If we can win this award, the pride of accomplishment we can all feel will be well worth the effort The staff of the Safety Office extends sincerest good wishes to alll fora SAFE and a happy holiday season! -BE I'AHEFri.! THE LIFE Y«r SAVE MAY BE YOFR OWN!" Savings Bonds regard to the runway lighting system. This will result in a reduction of maintenance costs. The award was made by Lt. H. M. Cahn. of the PW Office, who read the congratulatory letter ami presented Mr. Atkinson with a sizeable check. This suggestion is to be considered tor application at other StSations. in which event he may receive an additional award. Receip' ot the commemoration was no new experience to Mr. Atkinson I have no time for idle gossip. It may all be a lie And soon the story will die out If everyone passes it by. 1 have no time to believe everything I bear. And to others 'he story repeat: 1 would rather obey the Golden Rule And be kind to all whom I meet. I have no time to listen to those who tell Something to stir up strife. Far better to tell of good deeds done And brighten the pourney of life. Oliver Irene Biinrh says she is getun to be a regular "fingerprint wi<jot since her husband has to go u Edenton every week to fing. rprit the new personnel being employ* there... Burlon Lamm is u only playing Santa Claus to h* own children, but to some of & neighborhood younguns. as wet; This issue is the "swan sou edition" for your present editor Farewells»- unpleasant most folks and certainly s< me. Therefore. I take my leave J! you with heartfelt thanks to Department reporters for t cooperation in helping publish Us page, and to the various messeu^n for the "extra" services render*: As I am not leaving the Base, ov paths will cross again, so this j larewell, not goodbye! Iftn I hristmas to all! Signed: EltsMr Delisle! Norfolk "Ham" A regular visitor to Cherry Pwr is Mr. R. J. Bishop. Electron; Engineer, a representative of ti Electronics Officer. Norfolk Nan. Shipyard. He makes a month! routine inspection of all electro#* equipment at this activity. C.roaat checks are made in each leg <i the radio range station from i specially-equipped electro truck. The GCA Unit is cheeka thoroughly with the assistant a our local Marine technicians, aw where possible, practice runs a.*? made to determine it's overall matmum efficiency. Mary had a little lamb. A lobster and some prunes. A glass of milk, a piece of pie. And then some macaroons: It made the naughty waiters r To see her order so: And when they carried Mary Her face was white as snow Women's faults are many. Men have only two: I have no time to be moody and Everything they say. lonely. And everything they do. No time to be gloomy and sad. It takes all my spare time plann- Bride: "I'm sick of marna* 5 ing Bill hasn't kissed me since 1 This is the season when we com- * oan lo :na ke others. back from my honeymoon " memorate the fact that our fore- don t you div* fathers set aside a day on which - ;. himt' burgers are fine. W. L. Sutton' to give thanks for the earths A lad >' rame :mo a room in a Bride: "Oh. I'm not marrt-c made a recent trip and brought bounty, for the harvest which guar *cll known hotel and saw a govern- Bill! back a new Pontiac G. M. Rouse anteed their securitv for the cominc ment "ffioial whom she recognized : became a "convert" right away, vear Those of us who are buvin: pacing up and down The lady asked Payroll Savings takes a. and traded in for a Pontiac also Savings Bonds regularly through what h,> W:!? doing there. "I'm hard work out of saving. Thi- ^ Duss White was active in the I Pavroll Savings fullv appreciate P ia= to deliver.i speech." she veniect partial-payment plan» beagle field trials in New Bern the value of that guaranteed harwas " r>0 >' oy usually find regular savings through U. S told Quarterman-Lc»dingman Assoc: a - vest, for that's just what our Paythal set very nervous before ings Bonds is entirely auto VlVJ tion commemorated the installation roll Savings Bonds are building addressing r. large audience*" You sign up ONCE, right of newly elected officers a: a everv pavdav. After all. there's no "Nervous? No I never get nerv- you banquet given at the Blue Ribbon better time to save for what's ahead " ^ " In thal '-'a-*'?." de- after, work. while Every you payday work for tb^ Club An excellent turkey dinner than NOW. when your earnir.: jns; manded the lady. "^Vhat are you money, your money's work:' was enjoyed by around SO gees-?. power's up. and there's no safer, doing in The Ladies' Room"" Mrs W H Settrbridge has re- surer way than through Savings ".irn«hl from Georgia w-here «he Bond- So. make sure of your own i thi* prints ** was called recently due to the :'lness personal harvest Make sure that of her father Hi? condiv >n when future needs arise, you"11 have is reported to be improved." what it takes to satisfy them

7 Y.} IsJ-t. i. I. «Y»ngr*tnlationa are in order for wt/and Robert L. JiSLiiO.N. a seven-pound girl. Arrival. (Somber ! file squadron party at Hancock last Friday night was the vet. Guest of honor was Ltl'ol. KHrl'K. Movies of the last rty and of squadron flight oper- JjjoiU taken by IslLU 0. L. STE- ENSOX were thoroughly enjoyed by all. VMF-223 lost a thriller to the basketball team December 1 j is a preliminary to the station jariity game. After trailing by a! jjrp,' inar in in the first half, vaf-223 came up to out-score jjes to 3 in the second half j Mj come within 3 points of the! opposing team's score when game 1 liae ended. AES-46 was forced to j sull in tbe closing minutes of the 1 pun. in order to halt the scoring thrust developed in the second half j by VMF-223. Major Tom MAS>! layed a bang up game on defense ind Pic. Tom ASDERSON led in :he point-making department with a tout of T points. New addit'.ons to tbe team are expected to ix>.- prove the tq^m considerably. VMF-223 came back strongly in heir second scheduled contest of the season to overwhelm Hedron T»o and establish them- *ltes as strong contenders in the ir.tramural race. Pfc. Carrel IN/OK. who hails from neighboring South Carolina, led the scoring jttatk with a grand total of 2t>. Pir. Tom ASDEBSOX was second with 13 and Tom MA> \ third with! >. Recent additions have boosted the total strength of the team with.. verai of the t. am members showicg promise of basketball adapta«s» in future outings. VMR-252 Bj l.t. IJ. A. John-ion The "VMR Commaudos." (our up id lotuiug basketball team in UM- you haveu't heard* made the local airways sport reviews on sta- :on W.V1BL Tuesday morning by adding the Newport "Independnts" of the Tidewater League Semi-pro) to a score. The shining lights of Monda light's game at tbe Newport High Gym proved t*> be "Charlie" Berke with 18 points, "Johnny" Mobley ith 14 points, and "Mike" Selepes ith N points. According to Coach MSc: Harry J. Longstreth, the en- :ire squad played a bang-up ball an:- leading up until the iast lour minutes of play when nfcame a little over-zealous and drew a total of 7 fouls. At any Me feel quite confident that intramural station league will Sad our "Commandos" a tough nut > crack. A return match with Newport played tonight at 1930 at the Newport High Gym. VMF-461 By I mil Skocpol!"Ud moan echoed from tbe r- t every office in VMF-461 Friday when the Windsock ia>rd a spred of four pictures n on the squadron s recent >- -and then credited them to h»r stjuadron!!! i> -.» square tbe record, here >iury on those pictures. " re taken on 6 Nov. as the i'.'iau approached Newfoundit> cojd-weather cruise. N'te identification of the gnb<tble personnel include. - Ship's LSO lagraham. the ' William Smart, sitting on >un.>l platform, and Pfc. Wil- : Ives giving the thumbs-up '" pt. Frank "Red" Thomas. 5 QHE sauasr is SEPQP.T CHERRY POINT WINDSOCK. I.' Ed McQuillan, standing In Graham. Maj. Donald P. iking the landing in pic- N : and IstLt. Leo Jillisky. kpit in the fourth shot. ' > -signalman is SSgt. R. A. - and the chockmen are W. Harris and B. D. Wea- Tj pica I *cene In t her^ Point Tower as AES-44 personnel -bring la" tw-aty-edd Corsair* retnrnln* irsm a hop. Readinr left to right are Pfc. Fred T. Bnbrek spotting plane nnkm; fftrt. John M. laru 5 5? M ' *** to planes unable to carry om voice 1^ rammaatratleas; Sgt. Howard T. Crtttan. h lilst* *" h,b,nirt, * BS «aircraft B " d inhtt Um B **** the boat. Lt. McCaleb, loaded Fighter Squadron down with shot gun shells and ncnmtmh other hunting gear, jumped into By TSgt. James L. Thomas the water and swam to bis son who fortunately was managing to This is the initial report of activities stay afloat. at Station Operations at By Lt. B. B. Session* Cherry Point. This is the Grand Central Terminal of Cherry Point, and you will only have to spend one day down here to find out. All of your Air Traffic in or out of Cherry Point passes through the Clearance Center. Tbe men at the switches are the boys who operate the Tower. Tbe traffic cop on tbe corner has a picnic compared to the job these fellows have to handle each day. Then, if you want to set«a sharp and fast outfit on the job. watch the Crash Crew go into action in an emergency. These boys bave made many a pilot in a tight spot vi ry happy. The Aerology Section is nothing to be sneezed at (1 can see myself being tired for that puni. and watch the skies for weather all over the country. Communications follows the aircraft all the way through, on mo>t of their flights and can usual.y tell you where they are. The Photo Lab is another one of the factors that go into Air Operations at the Point, and is responsible ior the photos of 'he field as well as the outlying fields We have the Air Space Dispatcher, one of the most popular fellows on the Base. whose job it is to sec who goes the quick to his cpstinavia the *e«known ;.iority system. Everyone here got ready for the Inspector General like most of the Base, so news was more or less hard to get. This past w««ek TSgt. i William T. Flynn came into the Operations Office with a cigar in one band and a tax exemption slip in the other, to announce the birth son in his home. VMF-212 $y Lt C. M. Green j This squadron commanded by Major Robert A Merchant. Jr.. from --'1 bids good-bye this week I Washington. D. C.. is Wednesday afternoon there was an enlisted men's party at Slocum Creek Park, starting with softball and toticb-football games. Although these games were quite interesting. the highlight of the afternoon was the tackle- football game It was amazing to watch the spectacular runs and tackles. It was puzzling to those who observed. how practically every player on the field seemed to be in on every play. Many of tht I,la - Verii proved to be skillful mat ters of football strategy. Sunday afternoon, December 5, Lt. McCaleb and family were in their speed boat skimming through the waters of Hancock Creek when in a rather sharp turn, little Alfred McCaleb. who is four years old. fell out. Almost simultaneously. the motor flew lo.-se from AES-41 By Lt D. F. Biles*! Six promotions have been made with dates of rank from 10 Dec J- F. Kincaid was promoted t> Tech. Sgt. F. X. Lebeau. G. W. Gafford. P. P. Moore. S. D. Tomaszewski. and R. E. Schnerring were boosted to Staff Sgt. The Squadron, as a whole, was busily preparing for the Inspection General during the past week. The Squadron Commander reports complete cooperation from al. hands in the "readine-is" program. Lt. Robert B. Dowdy has been assigned T.A.D. to burial detail in Chicago for several weeks. He is scheduled to leave sometime after the first of the year. 17 DEC. 104a Strst team have left thesj parts for warmer climates again. They departed Monday aflernon w'th the r first stop Montgomery, Ala.; then U> Pensacoia, Florida, where they *;ll present a aeries cl Air Shows at Corry, Saafley. ar.d Cbeval.er Fields for the Naval Avi-iUon Cadets for Pensacoia. The members of the stunt team for th.«s trip are LtCol. M. E. Carl, leading. Capt. L). H. Johnson and Lt. W. E. Dom- Ina. flying win*, and LL V. J. Mar- *elo in the number fonr position. Lt. Walter Panchiso?i Ic flying the pare plane. They also expect to perform Friday at Kitty Hawk. N. C., ilur-, j the reremc-ny oel-*- urating th-j First Flight of tbi Wright U. jthcrr airplane at K'll Devil Hil<. LtCol. Carl has also received an invitation to a dinner at the Aero Club in Washington, D. C., on Friday. December , at which time he will be presented the Faigold Medal. MSgt. H Britt, TFgt. C. R. Kilborn. T8gt. C. L. Dillard, Sgt. G. W. Maseon, Sgt. L. K. Carpenter and Cpl. D. T. Wilson departed with the stunt team for the Air Show in Pensacola. SSgt. O. V. Beaty was high man for VMF-1I2 on the rifle range this week having turned in a cool 151. All roller-skating fans contact Pfc. B. B. Davis. It seems that Greenville is the best - oilable skating ground hereabouts and plans for a skating clnb might be drawn up. Interested personnel get in touch with Davis and bring your own pillows. VHr-224 By Capt. y. E. Allen Tnis past week there have been several transfers affecting the personnel In this squadron. Several officers have been transferred to VMF-225 and VMF-461 to fill these squadron's quotas and give the officers a chance to complete 1 the carrier phaae of the training syllabus and maintain their Talid carrier qualifications. The officers transferred were Captains *. M. STAPLES F. B. COLLEN, E. C. TOBBETT; IstLL A. W. BLACK. BCTW to VMF-M6; IstLU. C. C. BABBT and B. E. PEACOCK to VMF-461. The squadron felt the transfer of 1st Lt G. W. PARSER and fourteen trained enlisted men to the new Service Group (MW8G-2) recently formed. Meanwhile the squadron has skeletonised Its crews and spread the work load out among the remaining officers to fill in for the transitional period until the Service Gronp relieves the, squadron of some of its maintenance problems. officers. IstLts. Don Hin- ine brought up to authorized pilot j n i Gaile "Red" Wallis. Hav- strength :*ted t ieir two-year tour 1 Recently joined are Majo. - r er squadron, both of them Gregory, t apt. J- R Dy w. - assigned to the new O O Arnold.,_dLt' ^ '2nilLt. A. J. Johnson, ana znal,i. = =Jheir places are two ^ ^ Cleveland C. Barry and d H. Peacock. squadron participated in the MAGjoining this week include. H coordinated strike. Harold R. Hughes filling a The squadron is now n preparafor the Kitty Hawk Demon- XABI5E (.OBPS FIGHTEB* lt&j vintage. Pix taken at North Island, San Dtege. aboat The i carburetor mech- tion -:d Cpl. Albert N. Froede. j ior of Fridaytoday. December 17 plane i* a -red-hot Boeing Sgktar, «<SV«4 as 0»e FiB-4. In the cockpit i«bid Word, then a Warrant ' Officer, now a Xajor. Note tbe epan cockpit and fabric covered wing*.!

8 CHERRY POINT WINDSOCK. 17 DEC As of this week Monte Knmbold retires to tbe quits (?) life of bidding farewells and packing household and famil> off for sixty days leave and... Kwa. II it weren't T. M. Monte, I'd wwep a tear or two but knowing your love of sunshine and play, 'twould never do. And so with, or because ot this, 1 say hello and may we grow to be old friends. daj «ilb» cocktail party is their 1/Barters fcj dinner al :'r» club. UL ud Xn. itojte, UL and Mrs. Bailey, CW. and In. HUBH HJIU CsL Jack cmmf&m the ne looming' COBBIUM. Other vioiung firemen with as this week were Gen. Robert Blake, Inspector General, wbo was guest of Col. and Mrs Jack; Mrs. Wallace. wbo has oome to be on hand for the arrival of Lt. and Mrs. Moiirpe's second heir; Mrs. W. J. Hardee and Mrs. W. S. Boat from Greenville, who were visiting LL and Mrs. U. K. Wase. ONLY 6 SHOPPING DAYS "TILL XMAS sociny NEVS Officers' Wives Club '7 Low [*»* Wifl'i c.o-tt(» tr*rt <^V LUMCK " J mi r~ rv«* 1 TAKt four insict -rw* T-\e«nv.t X o

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