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Naval Air Power Gains Impetus



I Fleet Air Jax Marks 3rd AnniversaryFleet ? ri !w x.C


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Air Jacksonville, commanded Lee became the first Chief of !'ording to the military needs!:! of
by Rear Admiral Os- Staff: a position Captain Allen the nation and wag considerably
boine B. Hardison and composed Smith, Jr., now holds. reduced in size by the defense
of various Atlantic I i Fleet First of the squadrons to ar- economy slashes of last year. .. ,rC
squadrons and a number of subunits 1'1after Fleet Air Jacksonville In May of 1949 Rear Admiral
which arc based along; the had been established herein Durgin was detached to Washington -
I. S. East Coast from Glynco order to provide an additional to become Deputy Chiefof
oa. to Key West Fla., will cele- Fleet Air Command, which was Naval Operations and relinquished
"I'atht' third anniversary of badly needed in the Southeastern his command to his
Its establishment at Naval Air United States, were those Chief of Staff Captain Lee.
Station Jacksonville tomoiiow. comprising Carrier Air Group After serving until July of that
S'nce being organized in November 8 and also Fleet Aircraft Serv- year Captain Lee was relievedof
1948 with a grand total ice Squadron 6, the post by Rear Admiral
oi three staff officers and six M M John H. Cassady. Captain ta
squadrons, Fleet Air Jacksonville The command cached its allotted Frank T. Ward became Chiefof

had grown to comprise 34 strength for the first timein Staff. ... a
squadrons and a total of 5,000 early 1950 after Carrier Air i '
personnel in its first year of operation Groups 1, 4, 13 end 17, supportIng Hear Admiral Alfred E, Montgomery j ,
and, although hint unit Fasron 9 and Fleet : assumed the role of :;
some by the defensive cutbacks Aircraft Electronics TrainingUnit Commander :Fleet Air Jackson-

ol 1950, is once again approaching Atlantic Fleet Detachment ville in February 1950 and a ., r ,
a potent state of readiness. No 1, had reported aboard for served in that position until his } % q tt
... ... .. 't. -" aa
Ad '
duty at Jacksonville\ Fleet All retirement early this year.
Ut'lrdm. Calvin T. Durgin Weather Training Unit Atlantic miral Hardison began his tenureon
became the first Commander Fleet and Anti-Submaime Experimental August 1 of this year. Cap 6
Fleet Air Jacksonville! when he Unit 1, based at Key tain Smith, who took over the ? .
leheved Captain Charles Loom- West, Fla., also came under this duties of Chief of Staff from
is. Lee who had assumed tempp- command Along with all other Captain Ward in July 1950.;
rary command while the unit military groups however :Fleet served as the Commander Fleet
was being organized. Captain Air Jacksonville fluctuated ac- ( Please Turn to Page 8. Col. 1) .
-- -- ------ -- -- -- -- irs tTJUjUrcralt of one
of the attack squadrons of
Civilians Bond
Up Commander Fleet Air Jacksou-
... ville pass gracefully! over the
I In huge aircraft carrier USS Midway -
Participation (above) somewhere in the
Mediterranean during training
Recent Campaign exercises. This is a familiar
sight to the majority of pilots
I ot Fleet Air Units who regu-
Civilian bond participationamong
larly participate in fleet -
employees of the Naval VOL-9 No. 31 U.S. NAS, Jacksonville. 1 Nov. 1951 activities. operational

Air Station increased -- -- -- -- ------ --.-- -

from 49.5 per cent to 65:> percent VA-45 PILOT

reaching: the desired i i Get
goal set by the Navy, as a result I:I RATES TOPS INDIVEBOMBING I I 1,200 Employees

of the recent Defense ,

bond In a drive breakdown% held here.of civilian participation I I j' ; I Raise This WeekSome
'
by departments it was Ensign Bob Worchesek of Pay
revealed that the Operations Department VA-45 has established! himselfas
with a total participation the top dive-bomber pilotof
of 88.89 per cent was the the Atlantic Fleet as far as 1.:'00 employees at the Naval Air Station are affected .
highest. Second was Communications I' accuracy is concerned He was
the recent salaries
legislation <
of
by increasing 1GOO-
commended Vice
Department with a total of recently by ,
87 5 per cent. I Admiral John J. Ballentme. HAH_ "white_n __ _nllnr"_ workers
j ComAirLant for having scored jd The 1,200 winning raises here -
3,348 Participate I working night and day in orderto
Other departments and their to- the lowest foot error averagein are "while collar" employees, or I
tals include, Administration with dive bombing of all Atlantic _, otherwise referred to as IV-B em- effect the pay raise.
Per diem employees otherwise
I Fleet pilots competing during ployees. A IV-B employee is one
7805 cent Supply & Fiscal
per ; ;
known as the "blue collar" work-
70.56 cent Industrial Relations the fiscal year 19:>1. who comes under the Classification -
per ; ers, will be paid Nov. ( at
today)
Act, which takes In such
In the commendation. Admiral
69.49; Overhaul & Repair, the
new tax rate Inasmuch
I Ballentine stated ref- civil service workers as typists!: as
,
65;, Public Works. 62.43; Security in
they did not receive a raise, the
60.53: Medical with 4444, and ; erence to Ensign Worchesek s r n stenographers, engineers, firefighters net in most instances will be
guards clerical, fiscal and ad- pay
Physical Training & Welfare score "The above record
slightly less than heretofore for
with 40 per cent. The total rep stands as the best individual 'ministrative clerks, and protectiveand tiiem. '
resents 3,348 participants at NASin performance by an AirLant pilot \\1(< $_ cilstodial employees. The bill, which President Tru
the savings bond plan. during the competitive If things turn out as expected
Ensign Worchesek top man signed Just last Monday calls
Lauded For Efforts year. Commander Air Forces, divebombingpilot: in Atlantic NAS IV-B workers will have re- for an increase of $300 to $800 a
Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS U. S Fleet takes pleasure in Fleet. ceived two pay checks this week vear. At the same time, the Pres
commanding officer, in a letterto commending you for the high one a lump sum payment of retroactive ident signed another bill IncreasIng -
heads of departments expressed degree of skill and proficiency score during a recent Mediter- I pay which was to have been salaries of most postal work-
his appreciation to all hands attained by you in your first ranean cruise, received his paid yesterday, and the normal ers by at least $400.
who contributed to the increaseIn I tour"of duty with a fleet squadron wings at Pensacola in June pay period check Friday. For most "white collar" workers -

his letter the commanding [I 1950 and has been attached to Lump| Sum the pay boost will be 10 per
officer pointed out the results Ensign Worchesek, who Attack Squadron 45 since September In accordance with A1Na\'StaTwo cent. But those who make less
which could be obtained by cooperative Ii achieved his record setting 1950. retroactive payments of the than $3,000 a year will get $300:
--- -- -- --------- ---- from July 8 to
and concerted effort on seven pay periods and those paid more than $3,000' '
Continent 6 Times Since Oct. 13, 1951, were scheduled to
the part of everyone as was indicated Spans I will get $800 more.
in the increase from 49.5 be paid Oct. 31 (Wednesday) at Woikeis received a break on
per cent in June to the present : the tax rate in effect before November taxes, which were also raised,
65 per cent. 'Little Miss NAS Jax' Returns 1. when President Truman signedthe
The Navy Department has a The first regular IV-B payrollat bill before Nov 1. Had the
Minute-Man Flag which symbolizes the increased salary rate will Piesident delayed his signatiu
an activity's attainment of Here After Eight Years Absence I be paid No2 with tax deduc- (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)
cent civilian participationSince tions in accordance with the new I .
'the post-war: period j ; no Bureau i After eight years absence -- ---- tax law, which goes: Into effect I
of Aeronautics activity has "Little :Miss Naval Air Station 1.-----Blair St. Dewcy Park.Kathleen --I today. I 4,493 GiveIn
reached this coveted goal givingall I with her father, Accounting I'rf'parf'| I'uj
Jacksonville" has
to I returned cently visited the house where Accounting Branch of Supply &

for activities something aim I but her mode of transportation I (Please_ Turn to Page 3, _Col._5) I Fiscal Department has been Local
differed in that she

was grounded compared to
r.<
Blood
HARTU Honors Drive
I
I her original visit here via the

stork express. The llt)3rd!) blood donor

Two MembersTwo I She is golden-haired Miss Marv was processed at the Naval

Kathleen Gilbert, daughter of I Air Station Infirmary Blood
Jax residents were honored William H. Gilbert, PNC, Kath-
at the Jacksonville\ Naval Air leen was born May 14 1941 andis i Center during; the sixth \\eek
Reserve Training Unit in an informal recognized as the first child of the Armed Forces Blood
ceremony last Sunday. born to an enlisted man's faml/ I Donor program here.A .
Comdr. Leroy P. Johnson of Atlantic i residing in Naval housing at review of statistics since the
Beach Commanding Off NAS.
started six weeks
program
icer of NARTU's Air Wing Staff The title "Little Miss Naval indicates the weekly quota is ag'being -
74 made the presentation at the Air Station Jacksonville" was bestowed met without difficulty. How-
Wing Staff's regular weekend I upon her by the Jax Flies
I ever, fluctuations in dailv dona-
ow drill Lieutenant Commander J. Edwin station newspaper. w *. in..1941 tions continue. Some 790 pint

Gay the Air Wing Staff I Moving to NAS less than 24 of week.blood were shipped during the'
Supply Officer was presentedwith hours before Kathleen was born
The trend of civilian donation
the Naval Reserve Medal the Gilberts not only had the
turned upward during the week.
signifying ten years of outstanding honor of having the first child I
Donations
from this increased
service in the Naval Reserve born in Naval housing, but were source -
Lcdr. Gay enlisted in the Naval the first family to occupy 1235B from 8.5 per cent to 1'')
cent and it is increased
1940 per hoped that -
Reserve in November and Hancock St.
went on active duty in June, 1951. Living up to the Navy tradit- civilian participationwill
.. Second man'to be honored was I ion of seeing the world Kathleenhas eventually fill the desired
Sidney J. Bell who was elevated lived in seven states and has quota of 25 per cent.
to the rating of Chief Petty' Off. I spanned the continent six times, Shipping facilities have been
jeer Chief Bell is an employeeof three times by auto and three improved since the program be-
the Naval Air Statiosisvherehe I times by train, traveling approximately gan, with the time involved cut
works in U1eJ.ttO'd1lut.7lind 1 24,000 miles. from 40 hours to a mere 20 hours.
Repair DepartnnwU ;H* ''served This shortening of the time lost
*- RETURN TO SCENE William Gilbert PNC of ComFairax during shipment means the blood
on active dut,., < When he reported aboard for : ,
1911 until he duty with ComFairJax from the shows his daughter, Mary Kathleen, the number of the house In arrives in better condition.
Army Air Fo frJ"N the USS Howard W. Gilmore (AS- I which the Gilbert family was living in 1911 when she became the Plans are now being formulated -
Naval Air Re k- 16), Chief Gilbert was again giv- 'first child born to an enlisted man's family residing tht Naval to ship by air instead of( U/
end Warrior" en Naval Housing, this time at housing on the station. The Gilberts returned after eight years. rail as has been done se WII. ..

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Two JAX AIR NEWS. 1 November 1951
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r y. .... Report From Washington

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"i ur Naval Academy To Enlarge FacilitiesNavy

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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station. Jacksonville. Fla.

NAS, Jacksonville Commissions First Helicopter Squadron ...
Ca Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer
Lomor.James H. Armstrong Executive OfficerLt. (By Armed Forces Press Service) The Navy has recommissioned more than

Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer In order to handle efficiently the largest 300 ships since the Korean operation' started
Fleet Air Jacksonville of its according to Navy Secretary Dan A. Kimball -
brigade midshipmen in 106-year history
lie said the number rise
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander the U. S. Naval Academy is inaugurating a $5 by next June. would to 400
Capt Alien Smith Chief of Staff million expansion plan. The program calls for .
Fleet Air Wine Eleven construction of 43 additional classrooms, en-
Despite a steady flow of language gradu-
Capt Jesse S. McClure ?._....._.. Commander largement of other buildings and more seat- ates from Service schools the USAF Institute -
Staff Officer ing space in the dining hall. Academy facili- of still has
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Technology need for students to
ties constructed to accommodate 2,500
were study 17 foreign languages at five civilian institutions
Naval Air Technical Training Center -
At present 3,790 midshipmenare
midshipmen. the
Capt Leatcr K. Rice ____.__...,. Commanding Officer using them. Army Language School and
the Service
Comdr. John A. Gamon, Jr. .._:__ Executive Officer foreign Institute. Training courses
lasting from 23 to 46 weeks are open to regu-
t Naval Hospital Army indefinite enlistees now may resign lar and reserve officers.

b Capt.. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer only after completion of four years of active r "
Capt Guy' E. Stahr Executive Officer duty, the Department of the Army has an- The Air Force, which trained 300 pilots in
NARTU nounced. The original directive authorizing indefinite fiscal year 1950, and 400 in the fiscal year 1951,
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer enlistments permitted resignation aft- plans to graduate 7,200 pilots in the. current
er three years of service in normal conditions. fiscal year .
.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration *
building. Phono extension 8184. President Truman has nominated Assist- More than 3,000 members of the American

Editor-Andrew H. Planey ant Air Force Secretary Roswell L. Giipatnc Ordnance Association witnessed a recent program .

Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, J03; Mary Bixiones, JOSN.The as Under Secretary, to succeed John A. Me- armament of tests and development demonstrations in jointly new aircraft
given by
JAX AIR NEWS U mblUnea wccniy at the U. S. Naval Air Station Cone, who resigned. the Air Materiel Development Center
at
with funds *
ckonvllie. Florida I and printed commercially appropriated
kt no expense; 10 the government and tn compliance with NAVi-XOS P-35, Rev, The Army has stepped up its schedule for Wright-Patterson AFB. Ohio..
Nov. 1943.: Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station the *
Naval Air Reserve raining Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Held, and officers. Commanders have been authorizedto Second Army, Ft. Meade Md., recently eel-
Ibe U. S. Naval Hospital recommend for temporay promotion "'out- ebrated its 33rd
The JAX AIR NEWS It a member of the Armed Forces Tress Sen'Ice. standing" officers who will complete six anniversary. It was organ. .,
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe ized by command of Gen. of the Armies John
written permission of Armed Forces Press Senlce Republication of other months service on current duty prior to Nov. J. Pershmg Oct. 10, 1918. The second Army
mutter except by service publications, Is plohlblted1l out permission olIdilor 1, if they meet the following time-m-grade requirements is responsible for operations admin-
training
: JAX AIR NEVS.THERE'S To Colonel 3 to Lt. Col. ,
: : ;
years istration.services, and supply of all units, and
Maj., and Capt.: 2 years. activities and installations in Pennsylvania.

.5 West Virginia, Maryland Kentucky Delaware
-
.,.,... Time-in.lrade service' will include active and the District of Columbia.
duty, active Reserve service, and service m *
the Organized Reserves and National Guard The first U. S. Navy Helicopter Scouting
Apo r+iVV I Boards to recommend permanent promotionswill Squadron was commissioned at the Naval Air

meet from Nov. 12 through Feb. 12, 1952. Station, Boca Chica Fla., Oct. 3. .-. ..

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Guide

Notes

MAINSIDEThursday

from November 1
I V 7 ,Y.e.M..neaYM.MM "Valley of Fire" ........Gene Autry
5- Friday November 2
5 NARTU "The Raging Tide"..Shelly Winters
V VVt SS Saturday, November 3
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REALLY NOTHING TO IT-Not! to be outdone, CV741Commanding Officers of NAR- I erick C. Brown, AEM3, and Will- Mail .... ...........Stephen McNally

this cat gets right in the act as a would-be blood donor. Of course, TU and CV FASRON 741 con- iam K. Jordan, EMP3, and KarlA. Sunday, November 4
I it's just a publicity shot-in-the-arm for the lethargic would-be ducted first practice Dress Blues Kohler, ADE2, who will be assigned 'Detective Story".Kirk Douglas-
"human" blood donors. However, could be that the cat read the inspection last week. The general somewhere in the Main- Monday, November 5
_
I
Happy GoLovely" .
story below. Have you? tenance Department.
appearance was very good but ....................David Niven
details concerned was expressed Welcome aboard to David O.
Tues and Wed.
He Looks Old But He's Only 19 about neckerchief knotseithertoo Trombley, AA, received from VS "Tanks AreComing" No6.7

big, too little, and some made 741 and Charles D. Wells, AR, a ........ "....Steve Cochran
(By Armed Forces I'ress Service) wrong. new man in the reserve program. NATTCenter
Sunday morning of the next Farewell to William H. Tiller,
(Editor's Note: The author of the following article, Lt. drill there will be another practice SR, who has left the squadronfor Thursday, November 1
Robert 1'allon of Richmond '"a. is In hospital "Bright Victory".Arthur Kennedy
T. now an Army with
inspection concentration active duty in the NAVCAD
recovering from the bullet wound suffered In actionin hats and Friday, November 2
shoes.
on program. "
Wj omlng
Korea.) Harry Q Sikes, AL1, reportedin CV Fasron 741 has a new Tech- Mail" ".... .. ......Stephen McNally
to fill a billet long empty in nical Training Officer, Lcdr.
want you to Imagine for a moment that it Is a very cold I Fasron 741 .Also new are two John B. McFerrin, formerly of "Raging Saturday Tide",,..November. 3 t
wet, wintry evening about JO o'clock. You are on jour rot In men in the Electric shop, Fred- VF 741. .Shelly Winters
your barracks reading an evening newspaper. Just before turning "-- Sunday, November 4

in "out decide to get a breath of fresh air. STAFF SAILOR APPEARS TAX ."Son Dr. of JeykrU..Louls; Haywaul
The first Is hole outside the door. Dirt
thing 3011 see a grrat Mon. and Tues., Nov. 5-6
has been thrown up all around it, outlined sharply against" the 'Detective! 7
Story..Kirk Douglas 'K
"hlte'en enow squatting in the hole is. a hunched figure.Let LITTLE THEATRE PRESENTATIONsigned I Wednesday, November 7

me,till you something about him. 'Happy GoLovely" .
He's been In this area now for almost a year, living in a hundred Pursuing acting career thattarted to Fleet Air ?................-David Niven
before Wing Five at
holes jest" like this. one. The most apparent thing about him he entered the I
Navy, Kenneth Burton, DMSN, on Norfolk, Va. His next duty sta-
in that he is cold.
: the staff of Commander Fleet Air tion was Commander Air Force,
Every, now and then he'll grab his. shovel and dig a little Jacksonville, has been selected to Atlantic Fleet. .1,200 EmployeesContinued
'\, deeper in the hole just to keep warm. That's the only way he day a leading role in a forthcoming From there he applied for
has because he'll be seen if he builds a fire. presentation of the Jacksonville draftsman school at the Construction ( from Page 1)
He's been rold and wet for a long time. He can't feel his Little Theatre Group. Battalion Center at Port until Nov. 1, the lump sum pay-
feet, and he's getting worried because he's afraid they might l be Burton will appear in the John Heuneme, Calif. After his grad- ments due would have been sufa
ect to the
frostbitten. It s going to be a long night and It's going to get Patrick broadway hit "The CurIous uation he was assigned duty with which higher in income tax rates
are now effect.
scheduled Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville -
Savage, to openIn
colder.He' The 1V-B, or "white collar"
very dirt,.. The grease from a hundred "C" rations li Jacksonville on Nov. 16th. worker, can only receive a raise

frozen to hU parka and gloves, coating the two weeks beard .'''''''''--..._" _\ I in pay by Congressional act, while ..
which rovers his fare. Soot from the small fires he dares to This Is not. the first theatrical
the "blue collar"
or per diem employee
make during the day Is all over his pants and boots. endeavor for the versatile young A ::; who makes up the remainder -
lie's didn't his rations to him until sailor, who was president of his
hungry, too. They get up t of NAS employee, has
after dark and he couldn't build a fire to thaw them out. lie high school dramatics" club, "The his pay governed by local area
and Gavel. This
looks old, with his beard and sort of hunched over posture. But Masque groupIs wage scales.
he' only 19, though not like any 19-jear-old ,'011'\1' ever keen. famous throughout the Northern I I ,
Atlantic Seaboard as the winner -
What would rOil like to do with this man? Ask him In for of the Connecticut festival for
DIVINESERVICES
a hot cup of (roftee Lend him your razor and let him take a dramatics from 1046 to 1051.
hot shower? Ghe him a bed to bleep in Instead of the dirt and Appearing in competition with

told of his fovhole? companies from all over the New =NAT

Sure you would! You wouldn't think twice about It. But England states, the "Masque and a
I'm afraid you can't. He can't leave his position. Too many Gavel" went on to best the other THE STATION, CHAPELS

people are depending on him. amateur thespian groups to take 0800-General Communion I
nut you ran't just stand there. There must be something! first place in the New England "
There's only one thing that's possible. lou can give that festival Burton played the partof Small Chapel. ; ...
19-3.ear-old home extra Insurance of returning home. That's all he Victor in the production of Protestant
cares about-that's all he dreams about. "Key Largo" which won the award 0830-M o r n 1 n g Services, All-

lie knows that If he Is wounded (and he thinks about It often) for the third*year.. Saints Chapel.
i the odds are that he'll recover. He knows he'll get the best medical 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
Burton entered the Navy in 1950 5930-Sunday School Small Cha.1045AllSalntsCliapeL '\
attention In the world-and as much blood as he needs to .
and went through recruit trainingat
recover.He Great Lakes Illinois. Upon :
hasn't heard about the blood shortage that the nat completion of "boot" he was as- J'
.ion'. reserve blood supply Is. critical or about the drive + Catholic
that \Is underway for 300,000 pints of blood a month lie doesn't 'Italian Hospital Unit 4' 0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed."t
know and he doesn't rare. Aw ward's Chapel."c

When he needs the blood he'll hare It. He figure that there To Join UN In Korea HAS STAGE ROLE-Back- 0930--St Edwards' Chapel (Catechism
Class).
are enough people stateside to donate enough pints for him and United Nation, N. V. (AFPS) stage at the Jacksonville Little 1030-MMfcJBUJWward's ChapeL

his buddies. -Italy will shortly send a hospitalunit Theatre, Ken Burton, DMSN, of 064' Wlt ir* Chapel
He's- giving so much-risking so much-that he can't believe to Korea.Ambassador. the staff of Commander Fleet ._ i '
M. country won't support him. Gaetone Guidottl, Air Jacksonville takes time out :V VV
Maybe hell be wounded by dajlight Maybe there will be Italian observer to the United Nations between rehearsals of the show We Small Cha.

the precious pint of Iood-or maybe. the supply In his area Mill recently informed the would "The Curious Savage." Burton
the exhausted. organization of his country's plano appears in a leading role in the nce Chapel
,
v ,its a question only you will be able to answer. join the UN effort In Korea. stage production. Tues all ;. 'tPaae

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1 November 1951 JAX AIR NEWS / Page Three

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Ideas Pay Off



F Dialogue Station 1 $995 To 51 EmployeesVia :4 ;...



("Station Dialogue" providesan r: r 1i

opportunity for military and Program .d
civilian personnel of NAS to Suggestion
voice their opinion 'on. a questionput -:

to them by a Jax Air reporter Cash awards totaling $995.75 were distributed to 51 employeeslast

). week for adopted beneficial suggestions which they submittedin
Today's question is: "Who do _the local program .
you think will be the Presidential Constructive ideas contained in c.
candidate for both major political the suggestions will result in an Sr., John. T, Ward and James R. : 1 : +s

parties in the 1952 election estimated savings of $12,490.78during Wetmore. : z ;4 ..
Charles K. Hadaway, ALC, Op- the first yea'r they are in Employees in the Assembly Division .
erations Maintenance: operation at this station. Many of who received award }
"General Eis- the ideas could be utilized in checks included Raeburn G. Bur-
other government activities and ton, Charles M. Edwards, Daniel ? \ Sttx
enhower is were therefore forwarded to the Johnstone, Charles F Jun'ge-
likely to Navy Department for further mann. Leonard S. Kinchen, Rich
very consideration.Ideas ard P. Martin, and Wallace L.

win the GOP forwarded to the Navy Scott.

nomination, Department which are found to One Award To Public Works
while Senator be of value to other activities and Winners in the Plant Divisionwere
which are placed in operation William E. Carlisle, JamesC.
Paul Douglasof means additional awards for the Kelly, Cass W Shootes, Wil-
Illinois is a suggestor, depending 0 nth e burn A. Smith and Walter Z.
-- 1 ;'d'Y- possible candidate amount of savings accruing at Tarr. Those in the Accessories
for the Democrats. the adopting activities. Division receiving checks were 'y'rN
Opportunity For Expression Claude R. Anderson, Ernest H

I Glen E. McAlister, ADI, Ground Industry and government today Millan, and Richard F. Myers.
Training: are placing more emphasison From the Production Control

? "Gov. War.'I' employee suggestion pro Group were James A. Lancaster, & ., .....u''' = '0, __ _. .,.
because it provides an opportunity Emory S. Odom and Frederick W.
ren of California grams for employees to express Wood. Robert W, Sheese was the HERE'S PROOF-To all those who doubted his story some
will run on their views on how things only employee in the Disassembly time ago about that "big: one" he landed, Lcdr Roland Westover,
the Democratic should be done. As many com- Division to receive an award.In administration officer of NATTCcnter had his prize catch mount
'I' ed and ready for display lie hooked the 14 pound, 2 ounce black
ticket with panies have put it, "the ideas of the Public Works Depart
Senator Robert all employees in an organizationare ment, Paul L. Johnson receivedan bass at Orange Lake. ,
better than just a select few" award of $65.00 for his idea

Taft of Ohio as NA3! employees have taken ad- of a better trap door on the mon- Will ShrinkAs
McAlister his opponent vantage of the suggestion pro- orail which goes into the walk in Pay Checks
for the Republican Party. gram and have submitted their refrigerator. This system of John-
ideas for improvement various son's seals the monorail entranceand
# 1.. David K. Molter, AN, O&R: Jobs and procedures Employees has been estimated it will
Tru- have in this way earned extra save the Public Works Depart- New Taxes Take EffectIt's
"Harry cash for themselves and contrib- ment and this station a total of
man is willingto uted to the increase in the efficiency $1551.50 during the first year it
of their particular work, is in use.Local. a fact now There will be a bigger bite taken out of you
try again .
I r. their department and the Navy f pay check beginning Nov. 1.
but "Ike" Eis- .
Department.In the
AnglerProduces President Truman signed
enhower will the checks distributed last $5,691,000,000 tax increase bill a single man making $3,100: per

give .him._n. _some_n._ week, 50 were for employees of Oct. 22.The year and now pay $558 in taxes
Molter pretty stiff the Overhaul and Repair Depart- His new law raises personal in- per year, you will now pay close
ment and went to an employee to $620.
competition as the GOP candidate of the one Public Works De ocme, corporation and excise tax That is only part of the tax
I es, most of them effective Nov. 1. story. New excise taxes have also
partment. Cafch'After
'Big For most taxpayers, the increase
into effect. That means
& R gone
50 from O
Don W, Shackleford, YNT2, Within the Overhaul and Repair I will be about 11 3/4 per cent over that cigarettes, gasoline, whiskey
ComFairJax: Department, the Process Division taking a ribbing from all their present tax payments.The beer, new cars and other items
"I--! Eisen.I had 17 suggestion winners local Isaac Waltons for the past hike in taxes takes some will cost more.
hower runs, he followed by 12 from the Power two months, one fisherman atNATTC joy out of the recent pay hike for There will be an additional one
[ has formally announcedthe local 1V-B employees, and will cent tax on a pack of cigarettes.
' s will be nominated Plant Division, 8 from the Assem- ,
the bly Division, 5 from the Plant whereabouts of the "big one", hit the "blue collar", or per diem A fifth of whiskey will cost 26
1-1d.[ as Division, 3 from the Accessories the one "that is always supposedto workers, hardest. The latter are cents more in taxes than it does
I GOP candidate 1- Division, 4 from the Production get away. not affected by the recent pay I now. The gasoline tax increase
I doubt Control Group and 1 from the The big one, a 14-pound 2 increase' but must stand the in- rate is half a cent a gallon. The
l that Truman Disassembly Division. ounce black bass was displayedby crease In taxes. Their next pay beer and wine tax will go up 12 1
-' checks will show a cut in take- and one-half cent
Lcdr. Roland Westover, NAT- per
Shackleford will run again, Among those in the Process Di-
TC administration officer, for home pay. The tax on the manufacturers'price
lest he lose the Southern vote, vision receiving awards were r j
two days last week. "I won't sayI of a new car goes up three
comment the Robert F, Bowers, Leroy Copeland -
therefore, no on few citizens will escape There will also be ten
Very cent.
told you so, grinned the proud per a
E. Davis John Dec
,
Democratic picture in the elec Joseph ,
the pinch. It will be applied to cent tax such household
I Robert L. Edwards, Joseph Gil. possessor of the "big one, "but per on
tion. lespie, Carroll W. Holt, Lloyd A. this is a mark for the boys who Just about every part of every equipment as electric dishwashers, i
4 life, from driving: your car to electric units and
day
have been passing out those garbage disposal
D. How-
Don J, Dahl, BTG I, USS Jordan, Joseph Laffey, I beer. lawnmowers.
cranks, to shoot at. drinking your power
ard D, Miller, Julius Neal, Har-
Wright;
The fish hooked two 1 For example if you are a singleman There's a new 15 per cent tax
__ "It is my belief old G. Rhodes, Leonard L. Roberts huge was
Thomas R. Rosakranse, months ago at Orange Lake on a earning $5,000 a year, the on such gadgets as fountain nand
that Harold but Westover Federal withholding tax deduction mechanical pencils, as well as
Shiell C. Sheffield, Bouge E. top water plug,
Stassen will be Snipes and Ralph Thornton. couldn't prove his story of his from your check will amount to cigar and cigarette lighters. Baby
I the Republican Power Plant employees receiving neat catch, until he had it mounted $83.20 more annually than it does gets a break. Baby oils, powdersand
Party's choice. checks were Anthony D. Abel, for all to see. now. Or if you are married withno lotions are exempted from the
children and earn $60 a week, 20 per cent luxury tax on toilet
He is a goodman Merrill C. DeBevoise, Ralph B. Asked which plug he was using week in preparations.
will $7.10
Lcdr, Westover admitted you pay per
for theDahl Edwards, James O. Gaulden, Rob- using to the $6.40 be- I >
".r. ert L. Grim, John Harris, Lucile a top water plug, but kept I taxes compared
j job. I think he Hutchinson, Willie G. Kendricks, the actual 'name of the plug se fore the nex tax bite. Prices at Navy Exchange
handle the task adequately. 1 Or put it this way if you are
can Fred S Pedrick, Paul L. Tanner, cret.
haven't anything to say for the -- Affected Slightly by Tax

Democrats until President Tru Florida University InstructorsOffCampus How does the new tax increase -
man makes his intentions knownto affect local prices at the

the public.". ._ Navy Exchange?
Offered Here Cigarettes will go up to 17
Jax College Study cents, while gasoline will increase -
Symphonyopens
. 26 cents per gallon for
regular and 28 cents for ethyl.
Naval Air Technical Training "The results of the An added tax has been placedon
Concert Center's' Information and Education greater variety of subjects to attendents.
office in cooperation with choose from in the next semes- first enrollments have been gratifying such items as fountain pens
: Mrs. Hanke. and mechanical pencils, which
In a week that seemed to be the: University of Florida, has inaugurated ter.It stated tax.
enrollment will be 16 had previously escaped
deemed inadvisable by Fee for
was
full of faux'pas, the Jax Air News a program of study designed
Lt. Max J. Hanke, Informationand dollars per subject. Service per- Those which were classified a*
had music lovers lining up to hearth to give personnel college
be able to have three jewelry, due to possessing jew-
will
Education officer, to conduct sonnel
Jax Symphony orchestra in credits in their after duty hours.
more classes in the first semester fourths of this paid by the government els of some kind were the onlyones
concert a week ahead of schedule Professors from the Universityof ail
due to the fact that there was no Civilians are also invited bearing tax. Now
Navy men who want their long Florida will come seventy
such and pencils will ba
of estimating the number of to attend. pens
hair music mixed with a little miles from Gainesville one nighta way taxed. Tax on all photo bulb
lighter stuff will find that the week to conduct the courses. has been dropped.The .
Jacksonville Symphony's concert, Due to the distance that the professors luxury tax on baby
slated for 2030 tonight in the will have to travel, the K toiletry items has been drop-
I George Washington Auditorium, classes will be held only one f ped, while the additional talC

.. fills the bill. night a week. on beer will be absorbed by
*
The 65-piece aggregation is In- the Navy Exchange, accordingto
r s eluding a concert arrangement of The classes will be of three Lcdr. John M. Lewis, Navy
tunes from Jerome Kern's "Show hours duration Each course of Exchange officer. )
f: Boat" on its first program of the instruction is completed in 16 .
new season. weeks and on completion will
Other numbers scheduled for give; the student three semester Little Miss Jax
the initial concert include nacho hours toward a college degree.
...manlnoff's "Second Piano Concerto The course taken at the Center (Continued from Page 1)
," featuring Pianist Ben Jones, will be an exact duplicate of the she spent the first two years of

and,Schubert's Unfinished Sym- one given at the University her life. Joanna Smith, daughterof
't +phony." the students. Ralph C. Smith ADC, of CVG
A limited number of general The courses given will be One present occupant of the
admission' tickets priced at 50 Mathematics, under the directionof house, entertained Kathleen in
cents each will be on sale at the professor Allyn C. Litherland; rCOLLEGE her bedroom which was formerly
door vrf the auditorium. Other Machanical Drawing, under pro. occupied by Kathy.

ducats for tonight's performanceare fessor Strickland and professor --..... During their visit Chief Gilbert -* +t
$3, 12.50( $1.75 and $1.25, L. A Gray will 0 teach Educational STUDY CONFAB-Informations-Education officerof remarked, "This two bed

while season tickets are sUllav&llabl'e Psychology. e e NATTCenter, Lt. Max J. Hanke, and Professor Allyn C. Lither room house would be entirely too
at $12.25: $9.76, $7.25and confronUnr'the small now since the complement'
land of the University of Florida, discuss problems :
Center
20 Personnel of both the ,
offer
$4.75.4 They a per has doubled and
first extension course in mathematics at the Center. College of my family
tent saving over single admissions the Naval Air Station, and the is to call
; father stork expected
; being siren to military and civilian personnel
attend.It credit courses are
sale after to- Fleet Units are invited to "
,.anclw bt on
; ll not ,
: held again soon
here.
at the off.eatl1pus.atudl classes being
will be
... t-t '11 : is hoped that there a
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Four JAX AIR NEWS 1 November 1951DON'T



YOU THINK YOU CAN SO YOU'RE 'IM CHARGE! OF A MV HUSBAND WROTE AMD SAID '

FIND MY HANKIE NE1lWAY3 TRAIN LOAD OF TROOPS REPORTING" TO COME TO YUKON, ARE YOU { xBits'Two
IN WELL COM BACK TOMORROW, -
WEARS, A (IfTt'WMITf WE'RE PUSY RIGHT Nowl| SURE HE DIDN'T MEAN THE
HAT. < -< ONt 1W FLORIDA ?
drivers of Fasron 6 supply
I 1 DO YOU THINK MY e have piled up a total of 12,806
VISITORS PASS WilliE miles on two trucks during the
READY SOON ?
past six months without being involved -
. in a single accident. Jerry
j t Disch, SK3, with 7,569 miles on
a pick-up truck is the leader but
'sports only a fair edge over Andy

Vso.. I Morris, AN, who has driven a
M I, 2U! ton truck 5,237, miles during'
the six months period.

After reporting In from the hospital

John 'Pappy' Cairns, ADC, -

N- several
I h'A
THIS BUSINESS GUY 5At3(PA ME>3.WANTS I THINWE K Mally, present leading chief, before -
BETTER CALL THE "00 I (1'r 1 transferring to NATTC for
I I duty. 1

Although Chief Mally and hi!*
yeoman Elwyn Fisher, SA, were
'" WE JUST GRADUATED I co-winners of the squadron foot-

l / Jdr FROM AIRMAN'S SCHOOL, 'j ball pool recently, Chief Mally

WHERE DO WE CHECK I copped the nod on the tie-breaking
OUT AN score. Both men had selected 21

right out of a possible 25.
1fl7 RADA' Chet Rineer, TEl, who has been
f./ I TAD to Fasron from ComFairJax
QUIET! for the past nine months has been
r relieved by George Buckelman
AL2, also of ComFalrJax,

4 H' C II WEEKEND I Bob Hamilton* ,*AK3*, USS Leyte '

veteran of the Korean activities,
Il ;. '' WITH THE shipped over for six last week. Jim

_ y n i Watson, AT3, USNR, provided a .
contrast to Hamilton when he received -

SGI> GUARD j word he will be released

I cember.to inactive. duty the first of De-

I :Marlin and Dick Jensen, broth

leI's, enjoyed: a reunion just recent-
ly when Marlin reported aboard
for duty. Dick, however, will be .
I Fasron 109 Fasron _9 VA-15 Report
leaving soon but only as far as
e the hospital to have his tonsils


Z Jacksonville Area Squadrons lemoved.Instrument training instructionsin
Scouting
the squadron's SNB's for the
I CAG pilots who have just returned
SALTY HUMOR FROM Fasron 109 -- from a 'Med' cruise is keeping

HERE AND THEREA ,1 Aggressive, hard-hitting ath- Earl Shaier AA; Ronald K. Paul, ,, gren is a graduate of Hamlin Fasron 6 operations busier than
letic teams of Fasron 109 con AA; Joseph R. Perry, AA; and University at St. Paul. for some time Comforting thing
big-time gambler's funeralwas tinue to dominate the station in- I Carter J. Patton, AKAA A member of the naval reserve, for a pilot to know when flying
well attended by the professional tra-mural sports: scene. The One departure from the squadron he was active in the insuranceand 'blind' in dense fog.
friends. I squadron Volleyball squad cap- last week was Gabriel P. real estate business before Lt. Edward Lorenz and Henry
"Our friend, Spike isn't dead," tured four victories last week to Nemeth, ADC, who received his returning to active duty. Just Osman, ADC, of the education of-
the speaker said. "He's just sleeping entrench themselves even more orders to report to N.AS Pensa- prior to assignment in Fasron 9 fice, are spending their morningsat
." firmly in the second place spotin cola for shore duty. I he completed 3 course at the Naval NATTC working on a month-
from the tear came a voice: their league. The volleyballers, I Supply Corps School, Bay- long course of instruction. Claude
"I've jot $l(1Q that says he's who have been defeated only Fasron 9 onne, N. Y. Gatlin, SN, Earl Bailey, AL3, and
dead" once this season romped to two His first experience thfls sea- 1 Two squadron skeet teams are Bill Ziegler, AD3, manage the ''It'
wins each over Supply and VF- son of finishing out of the moneyon being organized and will be entered office in their absence.A .
Airman: I just got a letter from 12. Fasron 6, pre-season favorite the squadron football pool I in the forth-coming national see-saw football contest withOpel'stions
a man saying that if I don't stay is the only combine to beat the happened. to James P. Clark, competition. Those who are I last week ended with
away from his wife, he's goingto Fasron 109 netters. ADC, last week All due condo- I. skillful with the shotguns are Fasten 6 on the short end of a
20-19 count for our first defeat
short me. I Squadron keglers racked up lences to Clark but hearty con- urgently requested to turn out.
Chaplain: 'Well, I suppose' another win last week, taking gratulations to Doug Mauldin I. The bowling team also suffered a
reversal of form the PT
you're going* to take heed of his two of three games of a match AMI, for copping the 'show' I VA-15 against
keglers and lost but tacked
warning 7"Airman and the the pigskin Lcdr. M. Isaman has up a
,, losing one game by only place among prognos- Roy relieved win on a forfeit from O&R. The
: "Can't. He didn't sign two pins, while divot diggers of ticators and the accompanyingprize. Lcdr. James P. McGovern I team four
golf picked up pointsin
his name. the squadron kept their cham- as executive officer of VA-15. the league standings but still!!
pionship hopes alive by defeatinga 'Suffering blue snake eyes' is ; The new exec reported to Jacksonville I trail a hot Fasron 109 team. "
Most men wouldn't mind their Air Eleven I from in the /1\
strong Fleet Wing one way of describing the orbson duty Officeof *
wives having the last word if theywouldn't team by a 7-5 score. a reptile Louis R. Andre, AOC, Naval Research, Washington, Fred Tappan, Chance-Vought
keep repeating it. I With one more game to play in recently added to his collection. D. C. Lcdr. McGovern is slated aircraft representative, often seen
first half of the season the golfers No fooling it has blue e "es. for duty on the Staff of Commander in the hangar spaces in pursuitof
After searching in vain for a I are in second place in their I (No blond hair though! I Eastern Sea Frontier, his business, has purchased an rexpensive _..
for relief. A
job, a man applied
New York when he leaves Jacksonville -
girl was behind the desk filling t league. So far this season they Lt. Thomas Edwards last week bird dog, that, accordIng -
.
out ''I have scored 30 points to their op- held down more positions and to him, is really the fulfill.
a questionnaire."Do back house ponents 171 At present the titles in one day than any one Other names added to the pi- ment of a hunter's hopes. Undis-
?" you owe any team is paired up as follows: naval officer is ever likely to lot's roster since the squadron closed sources though have reported -
rent with ut- I Comdr. William E. Chase and Lt. fill. Not only was he the C. O., returned from the Mediterranean the dog as resembling Pluto -
"Ma'am. he
replied
Lester Platt; Andrew Leschak, but also the Executive Officer are: Lt. Sam Elway, from in more than one respect and
most dignity" "we hate modem AE1, and Lcdr. David Mozier; and Chaplain and 'at the same NARTU NAS Seattle, Wash.; Lt. have irately offered their con-
plumbing Archibald Kettles, ADC. and Lt. time holding down the remaining James H. Thomas, who came to dolences to Fred for spending good
(jg) Charles Lyons; Lt. (jg) squadron department titles. Jacksonville from VF 150 at money on a 'no good hound.:
awoke at
The little boy four in Billie Study and William Step- 'Well done' to Kenneth E. Columbus, Ohio; Lt. (jg) Bob G..' Allen Edwards, AN, of the Par-
the morning and asked his motherto henson, ADC. Richards AEM3, for his decisionto Roth, from U. S. Naval School of achute Loft wins the nod this
tell him a story. I New faces ana possibly new sign the contract and ship Mine Warfare, Yorktown, Va.; week as 'White Hat of the Week.'
"Just be patient, dear. Daddy talent for the squadron's sports over. Lt. (jg) Jim Dozier, previouslywith A sure-flic career man who just
will be home and"l"11 hear
soon I an NROTC unit at Rice In- for Allen I-
aggregations are Leo L. Ohsman, recently shipped over six
a story that'll be. .a honey. I ABU1; Comer L. Gresham, SKG3; I Welcome aboard to the new assistant stitute; and Lt (jg) Harry Allen I has a great deal of interest and .
Lawrence Snook AKAN; Roy F. Supply Officer, Lt. (jg) III who came here from duty at enthusiasm in his work and is anxious

Comdr. Clark Takes Gilstrap, AN; John Woodman, David P. Westergren. A native I NAS, Pensacola.. I I to attend PIt school.
AKAN; Raymond Brodzik, AA; of Bertha, Minn., Lt. (jg) WesterCIIANGEOFCOMMAND I Edwards entered the Navy at
Oklahoma City, Okla., and received -
Command Of VF-62 Lcdr. Carter CO i
-rI his recruit training at San
On October 19 I Diego. His first duty station was
in ceremoniesat
Cecil Field, Lcdr. Hugh A. I Of VF-12, Departs with NAS San Diego. Later
Kelley relinquished his role of transferred to VF-132 while that
"commanding officer of VF-62 to Comdr. Brainard T. Macomber, unit was aboard the USS Princeton .
Comdr. Douglas A. Clark. zhRi' USN, commanding officer of VF. Allen saw duty in China with ._.
$ .
I 12, departed last Friday for dutyas that ship. ..
Lcdr. Kelley who was skipperof Operations Officer aboard the An outdoor type who likes to
VF-62 for two years, will re- aircraft carrier USS Cabot. Lcdr.
spend time hunting or fishing, Allen -
port to the office of the Chief of John L. Carter, executive officer is married. .
Naval Operations for further will assume the role of commanding .
duty. While under Lcdr. Kelley's officer until a perma- .- ..
command, the squadron compiledan i'' 1711 nent 'skipper' is designated. Traffic Violations
excellent operating record in- \ ,
cluding a high successful six ,I Comdr. Macomber who led the Listed below are the traffic violations -
months cruise in the Mediterranean recent flyover of Navy planes I committed aboard this sta-
i aboard the USS Oriskany. during the American Legion tion for the period October 19 to
parade and celebration in Miami, October 25:
Comdr. Clark reported to VF- became commanding officer of Improper parking D. A"..'PMa--
62 from duty as executive officerof the 'Flying Ubangis'. the nick- "- '
rell, AA; G. J. Wallo. AG2; GJ, I
the Fleet All Weather Training
name by which VF-12 pilots are Urban AN; O. D.eTwmas> CIV.; '
Unit at Key West, Fla. His known, in June 1950. His prev- A, B. ConkwrlgDt;'nAN 11+: ir,1",. 1 *' ...
previous experience includes being ious duty station had been witha Miscellaneous offenses; R. .J. ...
commanding officer of Ad- Tactical Test Group at the Na-
Burke, AA; J. P/Prfdrtt-AA;' D.
vanced Training Unit 5 while it val Air Testing Center Patux- '," **
S. Kessler, JIM!. _
was stationed in Jacksonville, I ent River, Md.
serving on the Fifth Fleet Staff Holder of the Navy Cross with Lcdr. Carter has been serving
the First Task Fleet Staff and being I Gold Star, Comdr. Macomber is as executive officer of VF 12

commanding officer of Air I .. !L L _"'.,"' _"......}.u. q.,.. .. a veteran of duty aboard the USS since he arrived aboard for dutyin
Group 30 on the USS Belleau Ranger. In 1945 Comdr. Macom- September 1950. His previous
Wood during World War II. I' Following chanje-of-commaml ber was designated as commanding duty station was Cabaniss.Field,

A graduate of the Naval ceremonies of VF-12 last Friday, Comdr. Krainard T. Macomber, officer of Light Carrier Air Corpus Christ!, Texas; ., \
emy in 1940, Comdr. Acad-j left departing skipper of be fighter squadron, receives best Group 21. The following year he A graduate of Duke University, .-...
attended the Air Force wishes of executive officer Lcdr. John 1.. Carter, who took over served on the Staff of Commander Lcdr. Carter served t-aboar the ---

Maxwell Field. Ala. > command until a permanent officer is aliened. Fleet Air Western Pacific. I, USS Wasp during,\Wei ,""' ..


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Little Over Year OldMicroseismic Ranking BishopTo -



I. Unit Detects EarthquakesEarthquakes Confirm ClassIn 4 1x5 1



halfway- Rites SundayThe

around the world can be de- Most Reverend Thomas J.
McDonough, auxiliary bishop of
tected and recorded by the St. Augustine, will be aboard the

Microseismic Research project station Sunday afternoon at 1600

aboard the station. The in St. Edward's Chapel to confirm I t

recent earthquake in Formosawas a class of children and .
adults.
I
picked up by the supersensitive ho'. This will mark the first returnof

seismographs installed I f SF the bishop since a year ago '

here.Celebrating. I when a similar class was con- I
firmed. I
its first anniversaryin The chapel sanctuary boys will
Its new Jocation the project'sshort form a procession into the chapel

history lists many such followed by clergy from the city I
1 events along with the daily workof and a Marine guard of honor for SHAPE PATCH-This Is *

hurricane hunting the bishop. The choir, under the picture of the new SHAPE Half
Constructed and put into opera- direction of Mr. Edward Bryan, and shield approved recentlyby
tion at the beginning of last season will sing the traditional "Ecce General of the Army

this project is one of a seriesof Sacerdos Magnus". Father JohnJ. Dwight Eisenhower. As a flat

stations along the East Coastof iI Burns, Catholic Chaplain, will it will fly over SHAPE head-
the United States and throughthe then interrogate the children on quarters near Paris. The shield

Caribbean area with central their catechism to prove them will be worn as a shoulder
operations at :Miami. *t W'...:'Wv. ,.)< : ;,oo'" -.1Y>I.-.c deserving of the sacrament patch where national uniform

The entire research programhad Chief Richard Husted, in charge of the operating station of List Announced regulations permit (as in the
its birth in 1943 with the the microseismic research project here, makes a few minor ad- Listed among those being Army and Air Force), other-

first station being established at justments on the seismograph prior to installation. Small Instru- firmed are: Margaret wise it will be worn as an emblem -

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Since ment directly left of his arm is a galvanometer These are two Tracey Baccash, Maurice con-I on left breast (U. S. Navy

then, a great deal of progress has primary machines used in the local project which detect storms, han, Ellen Carter, Mary personnel, for example).
been made but it is still in the hurricanes, and even earthquakes. Jane Carter, James Carter,
experimental stage. rick Catermole, Marjorie De-
veloped shows the normal vibrations tended primarily for use in detect- Worken, Maureen Hughes, Frederick
Instrument used on this station 1 of the earth and any ing hurricanes, this is not the end Lombardi Thomas Lom-

consist of two seismographs normal vibrations in the ab-I of its usefulness. To the contrary, bardi, John Mersereau, Richard

and two galvanometers. Seismo- I These instruments have a range more and more uses are being Mersereau, Catherine N e a lon,
graphs are more familiar to the I approximately 1,000 miles. found as time goes on. It is of Ruth Piva, Theresa Rudd Karen

layman as an instrument to record particular help to the Aerology Stauffer, Joseph Stauffer, Linda
However sincea office in forecasting weather, not Van Ausdal Paul
earthquakes. The photographic sheet are developed Vlasek, James ,
storm does not have near the every twelve hours and so much in the immediate vicinityas Vlasek, Jackie Wade.

intensity of an earthquake, the sent to Miami Weather Central. in the operating area of the Adults Also !

Navy seismograph is approXimate-I During a storm, reports are taken station. Adults being confirmed are:
ly 5,000 times every three hours.Hurricanes I Marjorie Baccash, Thomas Buch- Lt. Fred H. Williams, Maintenance -
Hence the term microseismic. In cannot actually be I Lately, it has been discovered olz, Elizabeth Chastka, Paul Superintendent, returned

this area, the Instruments are directed I located from this station. The that these Microseismic research Clark, Wilma Costantino, Ray- Monday from Port Hueneme, Cal-
primarily at detecting and from all one stations in the stations can also detect fronts before mond Costantino, Walter Cupp, ifornia, having completed a

recording hurricanes. Atlantic reports and Caribbea 'are com- they move into the area. It James Denmon, Joyce Deschanes, course in Disaster Relief.

Seismographs are installed In at the Miami Weather Cen- can readily be seen what an aid Carolyn Farris, Joseph Franks, Comdr. Alan Mersereau, Con-

the ground, usually on a rock tral piled and using a ratio system, this is to operations. Robert Gallina, Robert Gladish, struction Officer is all smile
foundation. These are connectedby determine the approxi- "Seismograph recordings are of Dorothy Hance, John Hawthorne, these days for his wife is back
co-axial cables to the galvan- they can of the disturbance. extreme value during war time," Michael Hollock, Marian Hynek, from her vacation. No more dish-
ometers. Microselms (vibrations) mate area hurricane Richard' Husted AGC, who is in Paul Janoski, George Johnson, hands for him.
this information pan
,
are picked up by the seismographsand Utilizing are sent out. I charge of operating the Microseis Marie Kelton, Phyllis King, Reg- Sam Graham of Maintenanceis
planes
transferred to the galvan hunting i mic project aboard the station, inald Knapp, Edward Lyons,
The regular reports are used to still on sick leave and we hopehe
ometers. A light is directed on stated. "Since radio silence must Robert Martin, Bernita McArt- ,
the galvanometers and a small plot the speed and direction of I be maintained constantly, there is i hur, Dorothy Moore, Daniel i is better soon Transportation -
I lo- I Herrin
storms, after it has first been reports that Mack
round mirror on the instrument no other way to receive weather Onishunk, Edward Parin, Lyle weeks
has returned from four
in turn reflects the light onto cated. reports from ships at sea," he ad- Pheneger, Zigmond Pro s t a k, Leslie
photograph paper which when de-l I Although the project was in- Charles Redfield, Elaine Roberts, vacationing in Georgia
Wardell and James Fletcher returned -
ded.Chief Olivene Valla
''It' Husted has been working John Tersigni, after a week's illness .
Vlasek John
Bonnie Wright.
,
In :Microseismic research for three Anyone interested in going fish-
General for the
and he operates the local sponsors group fish contact
years confirmed Lcdr. William ing and catching ,
being are
station with the able assistance of P. Phelan and Mrs. Mary Tom Andreau. He reports a "bigcatch"
Philip Newman, AG2, who has over the weekend, but we
Coghlan. Solemn benediction of
been in the program for approxi- wonder where and what!
the Most Blessed Sacrament will
mately a year and a half. The Time Section are
conclude the ceremonies.. From the we
project itself is under the super- I glad to report that Carleensmith's
vision of Lcdr. Caleb LeMaster, is getting along
The chief clerk at the bank baby
Aerological Officer. came In sneezing loudly. I fine after a recent operation .
There are not more than 35 Jeanette Sayre of Contract and
"Good heavens! said a fellow
enlisted in the trainedfor Morris went fishing over
men Navy hubby, ,
woiker, "your cold is worse thanit
A .. this work Chief Husted esti- was yestetday." the weekend. Jeanete says Mor-
7 F h > rota mated. These men receive special ris caught six bass but they
"Yes, replied the victim. "My
training at the Miami Hurricane didn't even compare with the one
wife tried a remedy she read in
Weather Central School before she caught which weighed five
nv at the and now I'm suffering -
newspaper
) they can be assigned to a research pounds Bobbie Coleman was
from a typographical er-
'" '.. station. reported as being ill Monday and
ror. we hope she is back at work

I \\hrn the Jai: project opened, I soon.

three seismographs were used and Lt. (jg) James Hill, Assistant ;
horn reports taken a triangle was Resident Officer in Charge of 1

plotted. By finding the perpen- I Construction, was head usher at j
dicular of the triangle, it was I a friend's wedding in Charlestonover I
hoped to determine the location of the weekend. It was a mil i

the distuibance. This method was 1 ; itary affair in the Naval Ship-
abandoned in July of this
_. .. _.......__________m ___ ____ ____ two machines used year.: yard Chapel.
-- 'ow are as: a Carlson of Design had
Philip Newman, AG2, insert s a new sheet of film on the cyl- check against each other and in I I''an Rudy emergency operation Sunday

inder in the darkroom of the ml croseismic research project. Here the event one seismograph is : : A! for appendicitus Doc Melshei-
the galvanometer picks up the microseims from the instrument 1 thrown out of kilter, the one remaining I -- II mer has been on leave, building I

and transfers them to the pho,tographic paper for permanent can be utilized while repair an addition to his house. Says he i iI
record. I work is done. The third instrument is tired of sleeping in the kitchen t

was also maintained as with his feet in the hall. .Helen t
a further check until the extension Roberts of the Procurement Section :
I
Rent Goes Up For LowCostHousing of the runway aboard the was reported as being sick
i station forced its removal. Monday morning.

The seismographs, tfne Installedon J Dart Dockrell of Housing, who ;
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the parade grounds betweenthe qa is a member of the Seminole ,
l
football stadium and the enlisted Canoe Club, participated in putting
Occupants TodayRent I housing- area and the other 'g rwta on the boys and girls canoe

near the north gate, are not af- !4LL races' on Ortega River last Sun I
of fected by nearby traffic vibra- day. The Seminole Canoe Club

increases for low-cost I j pald"Sinc tI-;: T were-so tions. took part in the water carnival
the Naval ously I Another series of Micioseismic exhibition last night held on the
housing at different factors involvedin
Navy many research stations have been established Station at the indoor pool.
Air Station, Dewey Park, and computing officer and civilian in the Pacific with the : I I
raises and because rates will vary
,; ... the row housing adjacent to somewhat at each base, the Bureau central located on Guam.

Dewey Park, will go into effect of Yards and Docks did not $39.00 and $42.00. Jax-Navy-FSU Ducats

today. make up a'late list for officer and
rental
Furniture charges for Still AvailableTickets
scheduled for August .
civilian housing.No
Originally
the row housing in Dewey Park
1 the rental rise was postponed rental for' officers or civilians will also be Increased under the for the Jax Navy-

because of delays in receiving however, will be lower than new schedule. Furniture in a 1 a Florida State grid tilt to be
recommendations on rental the scale established for enlistedmen played Saturday afternoon in
bedroom unit will cost $4.50 more
I\ changes from Navy shore activl- In the $85.00 per month quarters than current rates, an additional aSTATURE the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville

ties. allowance bracket. $6.00 will be charged for furni- Saturday afternoon are

... .... New rates for officers and civilian Furniture Affected ture in a 2 bedroom unit and tenants still available.
personnel occupying Navy Applicable to all Navy low-cost of a 3 bedroom unit will pay Although servicemen in uni.
housing also go into effect to-- housing regardless of the area in an additional $7.50. form will be admitted free, all
which it is located the new rent
day.This rental Increase is the first schedule for enlisted personnel receiving In the case of unfurnished low- ... E others will pay admission.
Adult tickets sell for $1.50,
who cost units the rental Includes do-
1943 and $61. 0 basic allowance
for Navy housing since E-7 mestic equipment items such as AIRY If we while children's tickets go for
in E-l through
enactment of the Dependents are pay grade
follows
Act of 1950 which the rent for 1, 2, and 3 bedroom heaters, cooking ranges, and refrigerators were Robinson Crusoe and 75 cents. R'"
. Assistance increased the amount units will be $30.00, $33.00, and but does not include Janis Paige were our Girl Friday -, Tickets can be obtained at '
substantially $36.00 respectively. For person utilities and services furnished directly (every day), who'd want the Jax Air News office, room

-*o( basic. allowance tbltehd for quarters. nel who draw $85.00 a month for to the tenant by the .gov- to be rescued? The tantalizing 123 Administration building,

Scale rental allowances in any pay ernment such as electricity, \...aterservlct" motion picture actress Is currently or Physical Training Depart
enlisted
.
.. In .the case of ,averages personnel aboutj12SOrMmorehan grade the'rental rate for 1, 2 and refuse removal, 'and such appearing in a Broadway ment,.Building 930.
Increase
th
*,, ;v
the ,re,1li r 'rre'lit ,3 bedroom units will be $36.00, related services. show.

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Pag Six JAX AIR NEWS 1 November.-1951
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Airman School Play Begins In



Clubs Pace Centei 4 Annual Fall Cup


Bowling LeaguesAll J .T TI.R Links TourneyFirst

round action of the
four Airman School team Fall Cup Golf tournament
continued to set the pace las
week at the halfway mark in. rdcKk opened last'week in three
NATTCenter's bowling intramural .a flights at the NAS Links.In .
play, while Marine Air De first flight play Ken Sutton
tachment and Personnel kep beat Dick Middleton 5 and -4;
climbing for the top in their re Jim Gray lost to Tony Trusso 1

spective leagues.AO up; Lester Platt lost to Admiral
School Ship's Compan; Hardison 3 and 2; Mike Hamel
Red, one time American League bested Jack Phillips; William
leaders, slipped to the middle of Chaff, Jr., topped Jack Patterson -
the standings, but kept all fou 6 and 5; Dave Moody was up.
league honors for the week. The set by Andy Leschak 1 up, while ;,/
Ordnancemen rolled high tean Jerry Morrison took a 4 and 2 u .
single game. 838, and high tean match from Don Howard.In .
series, 2373, while. R. E. Bett the second flight Henry
notched high weekly average, Barkhouse dropped Arthur Gard-
172, and Mac West posted higl ner 6 and 4, Jack Piva undershot
single game 224. Charles Dittmar 5 and 3 and Jim
National League laurels for the< Sayers stopped Jack Brown, 4
week went to ANP) Student! .. and 2. Anthony Iazzi scored a 3
Blue, high team single game, 918, and 2 victory over Vic Trembly
and ANP) Ship's Company Blue, Dave Mosher topped Bennie
high team series, 2397. Larson of.: VARIETY SMOKER ACTION A bit of blindfolded fury Hendrix 6 and 5 and Norman
ANP) Students Blue had higl rages above as two of the Swedish Bellringers go down in a pile O'Bryan beat John Hughes.
182 and Olya. in their general direction dur- *
weekly average, as another lets loose a haymaker
ney of AK Students rolled high ing one of the acts at the variety smoker held last Friday. Bill Jack Fidel bested Captain McClure -
individual game, 237. Scott Check Sanders, Bob Walters and Lloyd Fithian were the 2 up in the third flight.t ,
Sixth week league standing: battlers. In the right photo Ken Uonine of VF-13 shows the form Also( in third flight, Paul George
and point scores: that won him athletic recognition at Georgia Tech. Here he dent took a 7 and 6 match from
American League onstrates shoulder roll on the parallel bars. Charles Miller, Harry Webb went
ANP) Ship's Co. Red 36 down to Aubrey Atkinson. Robert
( 35 Toof drew a bye, as did Ceby
ANY Students Red Sets
MAD ) 35 Action-Packed Smoker Hospital Coward, John Zwatchka and M.

School 30 3. Norton.
AE Charles Lyons was laid low by
Air Fam 28 27 Scoring MarkIn Capt. Allen Smith, Jr. Sid Gudal
AO School Ship's Co. Red
First Lt. 25 Provides Varied ThrillsFive was 1 up at 27 holes over Davit

Dental 22 Touch PlayThe Phillips. Jim Mauldin was dropped ..
21 by Bill Hopkins. William
Ath. and Rec.
WAVES 9 fast boxing bouts, plus music and comedy skits, kept fans Lyons beat John Robbins 5 and
National League in stitches as well as giving them a chance to root for their fav- Naval Hospital surged* 3.I Court Mitchell defeated Robert -
ANP) Students Blue \ 41 orites at the big variety smoker held last Thursday night. ahead of Fasron-6 in the intra Dosier 3 and 2, while Joe

ANP) Ship's Co. Blue 37 In the ring opener Carl Bur- fact that Taylor had thrown a mural touch football league thi 3ush beat Charles. .Roberts 1 up.
week running over Dispen
by
Personnel 35 rell on unanimous decisionover
Shop Stores 28 won Floyd Smith from NATTCin low blow in. a.scrambling. clinch sary by a 52-0 score while Oper In Ladies Fall Cup Tournament
ations featuring Chuck Rhoades, )lay, Bess Day defeated Betty
Burrell ,
AO School Ship's Co. Blue 23 a welterweight go. attraction wel.
The feature gave
and then topped Emily
itevens
Watson Allen and Company, pu
AK School Ship's Co. 21 sent Smith to the canvas for a VP-861
Deley, ,,
Jerry
terweight
the skids under Fasron-6 with i a Pearson 2 and 1. Louis Gingrich
AK Students 17 nine count with straight right
a Glover
chance at ex Golden
a 20.19 win.Hospital. ested Val Smygocki 3 and 2,
AO 14 that climaxed bruising body
Students a
Bob Harris from NATTC. Harris has been like a house after both had drawn byes in the
Aircraft Maintenance 13 attack in the second to give hima brought the fight to Deley and
8FAW11 afire. The Medics, unbeaten in irst round.
Pharmacists decided edge. put him on the ropes four times five starts, have now tallied 180( Frances Williams dropped
In the second conflict, in a in the second round, but Deleywas points in their last three game: Boots Hawkins while Alice Lusk
crowd pIe a s e r, welterweight the aggressor throughout and for an average of 60 points per drew a bye. Elaine Hillis was
0 & R Jocko Janetzke from Boat house the judges decided for Deley on game. Such high scoring has neV' eaten by Betty Koch 2 and 1.
got the nod over NATTC's welter a split decision. been heard of in NAS intramural Harriet Toof beat Mrs. McClanan
Bob Gayner. Amid the loudest The smoker opened with the er play, only to lose to Mary Wheat who V i
Share Keg LeadO cheering of the night the NAT- four bellringers, who were blind- The Operations line was the tad previously drawn a bye. ..'
TC brawler pumped through folded and shoved into the ringto deciding factor in the game Bobbie Forester bested Mrs.
& R pin topplers jumped to Janetzke's mitts and handed hima lambast each other with only against Fasron-6, holding the )avis and then: defeated Sally
first place tie with Fleet Air Wing fistic massage. Gayner went the jangling bells to locate each Fasronites to one extra point. Joe rtann. Betty Gray took Kitty
11 as a result of a 4-0 win over down in the third with a bloodynose. other. Bill Scott, Bob Wallers, Edge played a stand-dill game or Hughes and then proceeded to
Commissary in last week's NAS The judges gave the tilt to Chuck Sanders and Lloyd Fithian defense as well as romping over test' Alice Dreskell. Maggie Fon.'ielle .

bowling league action. Jocko. were the performers. No one was for an extra point. Chuck defeated Margie Mitchell
FAW-11 picked up a high team hurt in the hilarious contest but I Rhoades passed for two touch to round out the second phase of
three game set with a brilliant After the intermission Jim the air was decidedly cooler' downs and Watson Allen passed the women's tournament..
2618 when the Air Wing keglers Webster of NAS, stepped in the from the frantic mitt swinging.A for the extra points. .
dropped Fasron 109 4-0. Hospital ring to face John Baxley from bit of wrestling techniquewas O & G scored their first win al TTCtt. .
.. trounced Personnel by a 3-1 NATTC in a middleweight fra- demonstrated by Dave York, the expense of Supply and NAB' Cecil NA
margin but maintained their 9th cas. Webster took the first roundas at 168 pounds, and NATTC mat- TU bounced VF-12, 32.13, in other ,
place because of Supply's 3-1 win aggressor, but Baxley moved man, Chuck Burchnell, 166 contests. Maintain
over FAETU. PT & R climbed to out strongly in the second and pounds. The grunters and groaners Standings: Still
fouth place by dropping Fasron6 let loose a right that put Webster tied each other for two minutes W IJ
4-0. on the ropes and won the and forty two seconds be- Hospital 5 0
Links
Bowling alley walls were bulg- fight for him, with the only TKO fore Dave York clamped downon Fasron-a 4 1 MasteryCecil
Chuck to take the fall. 1
of the night. 4
ing last Saturday and Sunday as I Operations 2 Field golfers defeated
the Break the Bank contest got The semi-main event featured Supply 2 'asron-G, 8Vi to 3and contin-
under way. Ken Walters bowled middleweight Paul Taylor of VP- Ken Bonine flier from VF-13, NAHTU 2 2 led: to dominate play in the Na-
the high set of the week-end witha 861 at 160 and heavyweight Ken showed his skill on the parallelbars Dispensary 1 3 ional League while NATTCenter
597 set, while his team mate Smith of NATTC, who had the with shoulder rolls hand Fasron-109 1 3 is still holding a slim lead in the
Mike O'Shea threw a 200 game. advantage in inches and pounds. stands, and one hand handstands. O&G 1 3 American League.
although smaller, His balance when doing a flip or VF.12 0 3 t
NAS Standings Taylor, presented With a 36 point total Cecil
a chopping left and a double rear cut-off (laymen six '
Fasron-109
Pts. intermission the SI 'ield leads by
the
roundhouse right that was mighty might call it a side twist with a During
match
its
Fasron-109
27
FAW-ll Trio, with Dick Siodla on oints. won
bar Reimer
O&R 27 tough. The split decision was switch in balance from one Don Pelletier with the with FAW-ll-VP-3 by a slight '
Fasron-6 23 awarded to Ken Smith as a resultof to another) was a study in co- the piano, and drummer Bill 7.5 margin I'
accordian
PT&R 2 his ability to get away and the ordination and strength.SUPPLY Johnston performed for the NATTCenter has a 17 point to.tal .

VP-741 No. 2 15 crowd. over Nab6-Adm. who collected .. .
- Supply 14 Tiny Noblitt acted as NATTC 3V4 points this week to bring .
FAETU 13 coach and Chief John Scott men- their score up to 15 Vi.
Fasrqn-109 13 tored the NAS team; the refereewas Fasron Six and FAW-ll-VP-3
Hospital 13 Bob Perkins;; Judges were are tied for third place with 26 I
Commissary 10 f Tuffy Smithers and Emory John points while NARTU, who
ComFairJax 10 timekeeper was Del Webb. swamped ComFairJax 91i-2Vi,
Personnel 10 son; )oms close behind with 25V4.lomFairJax .
VP-741 No. 1 7 has only 12'/i pointsnd 1
Weekly
Chase Annexes is in last place. j

Blind BogeyMeet Operations and Hospital are t
Volleyball BeginsAt tied for third while Supply has t
Billy Chase took, the weekly settled into fourth place. Com-
NATTCenter blind bogey at the NAS course rnunications.}>ublic Works-O & R itis
net 72 score. Jerry Bark- ..
with a 1 last with 6 points. ,
house took runner-up honors. \01
began .
competition
Volleyball closest to the pin shot was I
NATTCenter's Intra- The K003r. -
last week in 1
made by Capt. Lester K. Rice and : '
Mural loop with six teams en- accorded to'' _
drive was
tered in a double round robin. longest Robie Robinson while Bernie IIJ IIh
six-man squads
Competing are
Hendrix dropped the longest
from AN (P) Ship's Company,
AN (P) Students, Personnel, Air- putt. t fr rJn
craft Maintenance, AO School
Ship's Company and Supply. Weather OutlookKeep 1 "j
Courts are located at Building irJ i.M .
411 and Hangars 523 and 622. your rain gear handy for i.O,
t In last week's games, AO there are showers in store for y
School won from Aircraft Main- the week-end, according to NAS I( (IIpi

tenance, 15-8 and 15-7 and ran Aerology office:
over Supply, 11-0 and 15-3. Air- Friday-Increasing cloudinessand
craft Maintenance thumped Per- warm. Light Southwesterly 1k
sonnel, 15-2 and 11-0, and Supply surface winds.
outlasted ANP( ) Ship's Com- Saturday-Possible light after-
pany, 15-3. and 14-6 and 1513.Purdue's .i noon showers with broken to overcast

-1I'11""" = ....A;.'__-_..."'_ __n_ ....m skies. Sligthly cooler.SundayScattered IIm
,\ president, Dr. Fred EXPRESS-"Brig". Brigman, Supply back, sweeps showers and t11
erick L. Hovde has signed Stu Bud Specht vainly tries to stop Ord mild with light to moderate "' -- m
teammate -
his right end as
Holcomb to a contract which runs center Dick Reynolds in their NAS Intra.mural southwest to westerly surface
nance-Gunnery
the 1963 (that' right,
through winds.
19G3) seasoa.r.n touch grid clash. Supply won this one, 21-20. ,. i Y

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! 1 November 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

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FOOTBALL SPECIALSELECT Fliers Clash With FSU Saturday; I




THE WINNERS Clip Unbeaten Patunent Club 13-1

Games for Saturday: Nov. :3

(Home teams in right column) man, ran over from the five a few
Eye Upset Over SeminolesIn minutes later for the second score.

Southern Cal ........._..........vs................................. Army George Shrigley, defensive cen-

Colgate ........._.......................vs......................... Holy Cross Bowl ter, scored for Patuxent from the
I Gator ContestKeyed
Columbia _............................v s................................ Cornell Jacksonville 2-yard line on an Intercepted
pitchout.The .
Dartmouth .......................'.....vs..._............................... Yale' up no end as a result of their smashing 13-6 up- Fliers failed to score in the

Navy .....................................vs......_...............Notre Dame i set win over the unbeaten Patuxent River Bombers last second half, but their defensive

Penn State ............................vs........._................... Purdue Saturday, Jax Navy's Fliers stand ready to take on Florida play held them in stead M they
to their
hung on lead.
.. Michigan ................................vs............,..............._..Illinois State University Saturday afternoon at the Gator Bowl in

Northwestern .....................vs.........................Ohio State Jacksonville. Game time is 1400. Score by QuartersJax
Navy ..............6 7 JS
Alabama ................................vs...........................:;.. Georgia It was a great win for the Filers four and Patuxent ...... ..._..0 0 0 0 0 6-- ft

Duke ......>......?.......................vs._...................Georgia Tech over the Patuxent Bombers. dropped one, the loss
coming at the hands of highly-
". Miami ......................._?.........vs............................Kentucky The Bombers had been rolling: touted Miami of Florida, 35-13. Fliers

Mississippi State ..................vs.............._...............Tulane along unbeaten in 18 straight The Seminole have bowled over Open Cage

Tennessee ..............................vs..._....._......North Carolina had games and five before meeting. Jax Troy State Teachers of Alabama,

Texas A. & :M ......................va............................Arkansas won Fliers straight.The in' dismal 40-0; Delta State, 14-0; .Sul Ross, Season Nov. 30
rolling along 35-13: and Stetson 13: ]O. The
T.C.U. ....................................va.........................-......Baylor fashion, sporting only one Seminoles had to come from behind

Texas ....._......._...................va........_.......................S.M.U. win in four starts, completely to whip Stetson. The Hatters Against PatrickJax

California ..............................vs........_...................U.C.L.A. outclassed the Bombers and for swamped the Fliers 42-0 in

Oregon State ........_...._.......vs........_........_..Washington the first time this season playedup Fliers' tne season opener, which should Navy will open its 1051-
to their potential. The Indication of the
give some 52) basketball
Washington State .....:..........vs......._.............._....Stanford offense, which has been polished strength of the Florida State club. 30 against Patrick campaign Air on Force Nov.

Colorado A. & M ................vs................Brigham Young lately with a neat passing attack, Thus far the Fliers have beaten Base on the Jax home court, it

Wake Forest ..._.._...............vs........_....................Clemson looked great against Patuxent. Patrick Air Force Base, 12-0; and i was announced today.
But come Saturday afternoon, Patuxent River, 13-6, while losing Candidates for the team num-
(Predict the score of this game) it will be' "a jersey of a different to Stetson, Eglin Field, and Parris I ber 67 this year compared with
color", for the Fliers take on one Island-all tough ball clubs. last year's high number of 38-
Texas _....._...........................va.............:........_.......S.M.U. of the toughest opponents on their Fine Offensive If present progress continues

murderous schedule. The Florida State's offensive is led by Fullback Coach Frank McCaffrey expect
Name__.._........_....................- TIa t e/Rank._......._....._ State Seminoles rank as one of Nelson Italiano of Tampa to make the first cut by Friday.
the better small college teams in and Halfback Mike Sellers, two Impromptu games started yes-

Unit Assigned To..........................__........Phone..........__ the nation. fine, hard-running backs: Italia- terday and will continue through
Foe Has Fine Record is also quite a marksman with Friday with the better playersto
Rules
Florida State thus far has won the aerials. His to End be selected to remain with
1. To enter the contest you simply indicate :your choiceof passes the squad.A .
Jim have rolled much
each winner by an (X) checkmark after the Campbell up
placing or Oliver for the Seminoles. Gary junior varsity team will also -
' .. team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) Captures yardage Folsom and Bob Fiveash round be formed this year and will
after the names of teams you think will play to a tie score. out the backfield for the be entered in league games con-
starting
2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties Weekly Football visitors.On ducted by the City Recreation
count losses unless predicted.
as the line, the Seminoles are Department. The varsity team
3. In the provided below Indicate the of the
space score tough, with Tackles Bill Dawkinsand will be augmented from time to
game picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with Special Contest Tom Sczepanik, and Guards time by members of the JV
the most nearly correct score will win the contest. O'Neal team.Volleyballers. ,.
Scmelz and standing out.
4. Entry Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con .e ...
sidered. Contestants must make all 20 selections plus indicating nobert Oliver, AM2: of Patrol The Fliers are ready to go I
the score of the one tie-breaker game to be eligible. Squadron 861 was declared win- against FSU with the same start '
5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for ner of last week's Jax Air News ing lineup that started the upset Eye
any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final Football Special, with the tiebreaker over Patuxent with Bill Hopkinsand St. Pete
ratings. question once again deciding George Shotwell at the ends. TourneyJax
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 the issue. Shotwell has become quite a pass
Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main Administration Oliver missed four out of 19, snatcher of late and is elusive to Navy has again been invited -
Building.. along with Loretta Giddings, SN, when he snares the aerials. Walt annual participate in the third
volleyball
7. All military and civilian personnel, with the excep- of Yard Office; Andrew Kearney: Conrad, who has been threaten be held at the St.tournament to
tion of personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the SN, of NAS Personnel and Cpl.D. I ing to break into the starting Y. M. C. A. December Petersburg
, contest. E. Smith of Marine Air De- lineup, has finally done it and Jax 1. The
Navy team
.i, 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. etachment, NATTC. Two of the will start at tackle along with pionship last won the cham-
\ "" 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the 21 games were scratched due to Luther Rice. Bob Duerr and im All :year.
Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. Incorrect listings. Heck will hold down the guard out for persons the team interested will in trying
10. First prize is $3.00 cash award; second prize, a case Oliver came closest to the tie- slots, while Paul Webb replacesJoe the Mainside report to
of soft drinks; third, a free meal chit at the Civilian Cafeteria. breaking pick, the PrincetonCornell Kurash, who has been trans- Monday, Nov.gym 5,, Building no later 3 than,
fracas. lie picked Princetonover ferred, at center.In 1200. A coach is also needed
Cornell, 27-13, far from the the backfield the Fliers will aspirants should contact the and
correct score, but nevertheless the have Bob DePasquali calling the Services office SPE'Cial -
Aircraft Maintenance Cops closest to the actual 53-15 count. signals at quarterback; Mike In NAS volleyball, extension tournament 593.
Loretta Giddings was second witha Norman and Darrell Spang at league
competition Fa
prediction of 21-7, and Kearneywas halfbacks, and George Minihanat maintained its first s r 0 n- 6
place hold
.. Center American Grid TitleAircraft next with a 14-6 prediction. fullback. Jim Bishop, Dave without hitting the court this
Smith, who also missed only four, York George Tarzetti and Bob week. O&G dropped from the
Maintenance clinched the American division title in however was automatically eliminated Wallbank will be held in reserve. league while Photo Lab moved to
NATTCenter intra-mural football league last week while AE Students in the final analysis whenhe Upset Favored Patuxent fourth. O&R advanced match
squeezed into the lead in the torrid three-way fight for National picked Cornell to beat Prince In the Jax Navy-Patuxent fray .and commands third place.}one
division honors. ton. last Saturday, the losers didn't
....Tangling with AE Students for I Seventeen persons missed only get a first down until the final Standings
the National lead were Marine' With just two games left on I quarter and scored late in the W L
Air Detachemnt and AK Students American League schedules, sec five.Most entrants missed the Bay game on an intercepted pitchout. Fasron-6 7 0
ond and third place standingswere lor-Texas which ended in Fasron.l09 __. 7 1
trailing by one game and game The running and passing of
two games respectively with four in doubt following a pro a tie and is thus automaticallya Halfback Mike Norman sparkedthe O&R .. .. .m._ 4 2
tested came:: between Supply and Photo Lab .... 1 3
loss unless
games left on their schedules. specified; Auburn- Fliers' offense, which for the "'
AN (P) Ship's Company. The Tulane Jax FAETU .. .... _. 1 4
The Marines were slated for a ; Columbia-Army and first time this season worked
tough two weeks AE Stu : dispute arose when the referee Navy-Patuxent. Jax: scoredIts Supply HH 1 4
facing Navy smoothly.
FA W-11. .. .... ..
banished a Supply player for un 0 6
.H.
dents November 6 and AK Students I biggest win of the campaignby Fleet-footed Darrell Spang tallied .
November 8. sportsmanlike conduct and his dumping an unbeaten Patux the first Jax score on a three-
team was unable to make a sub ent River crew, 13-6. yard plunge in the first period. A Andrews Takes Over
stitution. Supply was leading, 12- Oliver wins first prize of $3.00 pass-interference play that covered
Pistol Team 0, when the game was stopped.In cash; Giddings wins the case of 32 :yards gave the Fliers the Reins Of Riflemen
last week's National League soft drinks, deposit free, from the ball on the Patuxent six
. contests, AK Students beat Marine Navy Exchange drive-in drinks Bob McFall, defensive end, intercepted Lt. William Andrews. Opera
.. Cops AwardsIn Air, 6-0; AE Students drop counter and Kearney cops the free a pass on the Patuxent tions Officer of NATTCenter, is
ped AK Students, 6-0, and AO meal chit from the civilian! cafe 16 midway in the second quarterand now in charge of the Jax Navy .-a
Students climbed out of the cellar I teria. Jim Bishop, subbing for NorA Rifle team relieving Major
with a 6-0 win from AN (P) Frank M. Richard.

I Atlanta I Students. The team will participate in
I Forfeit wins were logged by d both small and large bore com
The Jax Navy's Pistol Team AN (P) Students and Marine Air, petition and will enter in local
brought back a total of 15 awards both over Training Facilities, and and national meets. The rifle Nationals
from the Third Annual Dixie Pistol AE Students over AO Students. this :year will be held in
Championships held in Atlanta American League action saw Jacksonville.
on Oct. 21.Although I Personnel trounce AO Ship's Co., Contestants from the entire
besieged with a series 18-2, while Aircraft Maintenance Jax: Navy Area are eligible fora
of jams in their guns, Jax snapped back from a 12-0 half- spot on the team. First elimina-
Navy pistolmen had no trouble time deficit to beat AO Ship's tions for the team were held
with their shooting eyes. Bob Company, 19-12, in one of the last Wednesday, with approximately ")
Stringer, AKC, of NATTCenter season's hardest fought games. thirty contestants turn.. ".
ing out. More ,'
won six plaques with three firsts Forfeits went to Aircraft Main eliminations will 1,11,
be held this week. Names
and three seconds. Allan C. tenance and Supply, both over of men
Johns, ADC, of VP-861, placed .Lieute c making later.Andrews the team will be .announced .\
in six matches, winning three .{tilingswi \
is member
a of the
firsts and three seconds. Benjamin .
National
Rifle
AOl of the AO"B" -LeagueW Association and
F. Preston, ,
LT the Jacksonville Rifle Club. He
',
School of the Center, came, :rj.'' .11 0 1 A has been rabid
a "powder
+i { burner"t
in second in one match, and
-19 2 1 for the few
past years and feels
James T. Carney, AOC, of.'VJR.1)61 ; _.. ,722 confident that the Jax Navy
[-. ) copped one first and on 'Co.._._.,.6 4 1 Rifle team will give a good account -
end in matches. ;
two I ..o:__.5 5 2 of itself in any compete
In the team matches i .. .__ .... ._ 1 9,2 tition.
placed third in the itlonal .
third in the centcsh (!t. "i 4'.. LeagueW L T Pitcher Leo Kiely a freshman
fourth in the 'forW r "u' Students 812 star' who had a 7-7 record with c
John H. Lucas d i' ,821 READY AIM-Lt. William Andrews, in charge of the Jax the Red Sox this season, was inducted
109, sut ereed,,a.,m Students 8 3 0 Navy rifle team, and S/Sgt. Robert Kearny of the NAS Marine into the. Army at New
mal func N (P) Students _4 6 1 Barracks, gives Myles Nash, AN,' the basic fundamentals of rifle ark, N. J., October 17. He had
running, Students 2 9 0 shooting during team practice. The rifle team, in the process of figured strongly in the BOEGX

months*, Fac .. n.. ..__. .. ....1100F reforming; again, is eyeing several meets. .. -. plans for rebuilding in 1952.w .
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\: BULLETIN ,i 7hI Y -c

1 (Item offering for sale article
of property such as washing machines "

automobiles furniture radios ,

clothing and the like Is prohibited P Sooner or later it had to hap-
by Defense Departmenregulations. Fiscal's Gloria Gerrard, who
This column will, has pen. been the star performer in
.
however list such services ai; :" every show lucky enough to list
available housing, rides wanted, '>'> ; her in its cast, is leaving the De-
J, lost and found articles and other partment. the Station, Jackson-
I fcimilar[ notices) ville, and, 8'parentlxall future

FOR RENT local shows.

Single furn. rm. & bath, 3321; Reason: To become Mrs. Don-

Hendricks Ave., William R JANXI'EnSARY ald T. Lyons on Nov. 10 at Ports-
Bushman Ph. 92024. I > mouth, N. H Gloria and Don met
2-connecting rms., pvt. ent. adj) in Disbursing, where both were -
bath 1041 Larkin. Murray assigned for awhile until he was
Hill, Mrs. Stephens, Ph. 2-6151 I .transferred to the Naval Retrain-
Furn. rms. pvt. bath & ent., $1( ing Command at N. H. for dutyin
per wk., Mrs. Smith. Ph, 8> the Disbursing; Office there. ,
6644. I II ,

Furn. 3-bdrm. house. garage 162J: The couple will be married in

Felch, Southside, Mrs. R in the chapel aboard the stationin
Beatty, Ph. 95304. Portsmouth, and to make
2-slceping rms., pvt. bath & ent.' ready for the happy event, Gloria
1338 Belvedere, Mrs. Lane Ph departs Supply life tomorrow,
2-6205. leaving Jax next Tuesday.

2-rm furn. garage apt.. $60 pet Li Flora Funkenstein (the super-
mo., also 2rms. furn.. 26C
pie-maker of Supply) is currently -
Park, Mrs. Bessie Houston. Ph slowly recovering from an illness

82770. which has kept her bedridden
Furn. apt., Riverside 2212:
garage
for over six weeks. After her
River Blvd., $65 per mo., Mrs.. release from the hospital where

: A. E. Johnson, Ph. 2-8209 I she had spent over a week, Flora
: 3rm. furn. apt., 4502 Irvington was flown to her son's home in '
; Ave., Mrs. Carney, ext. 8144 or South Carolina, and at this writing
:
Ph. 8-6768. the doctor could promise no
Furn. rms. single & dble., 728 CELEBRATION-Six men attached to the Staff of Commander Fleet Air Wing I definite date for her return to
I Lomax, 5 Points, Mrs. Hiatt. Eleven celebrate their first anniversary together. All"entered the service on Oct. 23, 19'>0. Left to work.

Ph. 77882. I right are, Rudolph Sterba, AN; Paul F. Flynn, AN; Robert O. Bardsley, AN; William J, McLaughlin I .
6-rtn. partly furn. house. 4239 AN;; Joseph M. Xhoimello, AN, and Paul Sip pie, AN.
Timuquana Rd., Lcdr. H. Lt (jff) James C. Todd is a
M.j newcomer to Supply, reporting
Durham, Ph. 2-4459. St. Matthew's

!'i 2-rms.Lenox turn.Ave., ,$7.50 Mrs.per Frazee.wk., 4108 I Breezing I Plans Carnival aboard assuming this duty is week Lt.as J.preparatory C&SS H. Nuck Officer.who tq .

Furn. garage apt.. $55 per mo., 0 & R St. Mathew's Guild will hold a Departing ..
;I 1305 Murray Drive.. W. E. I'I'I Carnival-Bazaar Nov 7 and 8 at is awaiting orders to sea duty;
and Lt. Bettie West longtime
Whittington, Ph. 6-7786. Around the parish hall and grounds on Procurement Officer who will
I ,
5-rm turn house, $65 per mo., II Blanding Boulevard. The affair
10506 New King's Rd., Mrs. J. I begins at 1500 each day and lasts leave Supply about midmonthfor
assignment in the Nation'sCapitol.
O. Erockstad, Ph. 4-3963. running >'ew,'; I Inflection Items I through the evening. .
2rms., pvt. bath. 4244 Baltic St., The Following Planning Group thief Anthony Macheda, Process Many booths to interest all vis-
*' 'Itofrs. Stevens, Ph. 2.2689 after employees were promoted to Planner 1 and Accessories Inspection DI- Itors have been arranged. A I MISCELLANY- Many many,
M800.. effec- vision in a reminiscent thanks to Fiscal for their hard
t and Estimator positions caught carnival supper will also be
Furn. apt., garage space 3568 tive Oct. 22. Hugh M. Gunter, mood, was coaxed into telling us served. I work and long hours to get the

i Riverside Ave., Mrs. Hoag, Ph. Shop 414; Edward L. Duke, Jr., a little about some of his clays The guild is being assisted in retroactive pay to the civilians
after of
affected
2-3239.! so soon passage
435 James C. :Martin, Shop spent overseas.
A Shop ;
SALE this proect by the St. Sodality of the bill David and Bath-
FOR
433, and Leonard B. Atwater Shop The Chief recalls, that he was Edward's of NAS. There is scheduled
Chapel
for
4-rm & bath house, Lakeshore, sheba, an early
434. Guam with VR-6 for
sm. down payment. $45 per mo. stationed on no admission and the public is showing in Jax (at higher prices)
Shop 437 welcomed Mrs. HazelD. about two years flying the Shanghai cordially invited. Proceeds go to is
E. L. Smith, ext 722 or Ph. 2- not particularly spectacular,
Edwards the file clerkon Tsingtao Tokio Run, and livedon
7120. as new the building fund of St. Mathew's nor especially spiritual-just en-
Unfurn. 6-rm house, Timuquana Oct. 28.William one of the several stateside Church and school. tertainment.only .
located at the Air
T. Maloney of Produc- style houses ;
: Manor William A. Martin, Ph tion Control was transferred to Station Reservation in Agana proud, 103 round trips within 24 himself, three mechanics, "

27822.Zimer Trailer, 27 ft. tandem the Planning Group on Oct. 22. when his family was permitted to hours, flying supplies. three metalsmiths and one electrician -

1946 wheel $900 R. C. Eby, ext. Maloney is happy about the trans join him. Later, Chief Macheda's Chief says that he will always He has high praise for
,
8270. fer because it also ,involved his outfit was ordered to take part in remember the wistfulness and ex- these men, and the German work-
Trailer Park near promotion to Planner and Estimator. the "Berlin Airlift." pectancy on the faces of the wom- ers, for the job they did. Chief
2rm. cottage Mrs., Cheshire, Ph. 5- There were only two Navy en and children, especially, as I Macheda is from Syracuse, N. Y.
NAS
i 7138. Squadrons, the VR-6 and the VR8 they stood in large groups gazing He enlisted in the Navy at the

I 5-rm. bungalow with attached Euell W. McEntyre, AMM, is a attached to the Airlift. These skyward, waiting for their food, age of 18 and intends to remain
411 from the lived the same life, enduredthe until retirement. He is the owner
3546 Hibiscus St., Mrs.C. newcomer to Shop men fuel and supplies to be flown in
,
garage. Able, Ph. 4-7579. or ext 756. Plant Division. Patrick Carroll, same hardships and worked by the "lifeline." of nine medals and awards.
Electrician, transferred from Ac- side by side with the Army and Once they got stuck with the I Whoops of joy are being heard -

MISCELLANEOUSBaby 1211 Hancock Carol cessories Branch to the ScreeningUnit Air Force. In fact, they set a complete rebuilding of an entire I from Flight Test Inspection Division .
Sitter, recently. record of which we are very nose section of a R5D No. 52. as Benjamin F. Collins
Dodson, ext. 556. This particular plane had gone off' AFCAP) checks in. Chief Collins
Baby sitter, will keep child in Denise Reed the runway one night during driv- has had a colorful career and
home while parents work $1 Michael Whiddon Reign
Mrs. John Cuff, Ph. 2- ing rain and nosed over into a much experience. Welcome also,
per day ditch. Chief grins wryly as he to Carl V. Mullins, ATI, who is ,

Baby 8819.sitter, evenings & week- As King And Queen At Baby Contest remembers that they it almost had assigned to the E. F. and F. T. '..

ends Mrs. Martin, 1146-A Alle- I to survey that one as was neces- Inspection Division.
to get four new engines,
sary I Ferrill Cochran, Inspector,
gheny, NAS. Two old Michael Allan
Riders wanted-Southside & Riv- Whiddon year, and Denise Marie King Michael is the son of propellers, main landing gear, and Process and Accessories Inspec-

erside, 0800-1630, Betty King, Reed, 4, reigned as king and George A. Whiddon, AK3 and had nose to gear get flown the other into needed Berlin. parts They "tion Division, approached the"boss"
ext, 582. queen at the Baby Show held Mrs. Whiddon of 1311-B Ran- them with tears and pleading
Ride wanted-Spring Park to last Sunday in Mainside Auditor- by scrounging (removing) The rise of the moon, the tide,
and Denise is the which had
dolph Queen from Air Force planes
NATTC, 0730-1600. Mrs. West, wind and water was just right. -
of Marion W. Reed crashed and were beyond repair.
ium.Of daughter Leave granted. QuestionHowcould
ext. 8395. .
the 89 Navy juniors partic-
Weekend trip to Birmingham AL1, and Mrs. Reed of 1315-A Cochran fish and paint hiswife's
Riders ipating, ranging from 6 monthsto Air outfit located at
The Force ,
leaving Nov. 10, return Randolph St. beauty parlor at the same
7 years of age, these two were Several Jacksonville firms do- Templhof, was always helpful to time?
12 Baughn.
Ride Nov.wanted, Henry- Times Square, chosen the prettiest by the aud- nated prizes which were award. the VR-8 detachment the Chief re- .
ience. Nine additional children ed at the show calls, as VR-8 then consisted of
Mc-
Southside, 0700-1610, Carl were awarded winners' trophiesfor rersonnel-AdmiiiMratlve! ..
Cranie, ext. 8289. their groups. Doris White, clerk typist, is entertaining .
Ride wanted-Park & Cherry to her family visiting
t .. Adm. Bldg, 0730-1600, Mrs. r Jacksonville) from Little Rock, Arkansas
Bonnie Ann Briggs
f Bowker, ext. 605 or Ph. 8-6408 They were: Rose Shabby, &tenDgrapher -
Michael
17 months and King in
after 1630.Fleet welcomes the pay raise
f J the toddlers age group; Kerry Jo for IVb's. She says she will needIt
Middleton, 3, and Gary Meyer, her to South
for planned trip
3, in the 21/i-3'i age group; Erin
Air Jax America early next year Welcome -
: Patricia Stanley, 3 years, 10
back SPS
Fragale. ,
: months and Mike Todd, 4, in the Tony
(Continued from I'age 1) Jessie Lee, Apprentice and Mary
3Vi-5 Patty Todd, 8 9
I age group; Dunbar clerk. All
personnel recovered -
Air Jacksonville after Admiral months in Baby Walker Derby; '
;
from their recent illness. .
had left and before :
( Montgomery Queen Denise in Girls Carriage '
Admiral Hardison! had arrived. Parade; and Donald Moran 6, in Dot Farady, clerk typist, is busy
From the Inauspicous beginning Boys Bicycle Parade. Phyllis planning a big Christmas package!
Fleet Air Jacksonvillemade Diane Collins took honors with for' husband Ed, on duty in the

three years ago in November ,- the prettiest hair and Pepper Wed with the 6th Fleet Julius
1948, this command, Newell, 4, was credited with the left Quina looked very distinguished 'w
Aided by the excellent facilities nicest smile. as he gave his daughter i
offered and the consistently fine Boy Scout Troop 131 at NAS EJertle in marriage Saturday at
flying conditions existing in this sponsored the show to raise funds sf. Paul's Church Beth Coopers

, 1 area, has grown into one of the for the troop. Ward A. Bessette, > the attraction on the Ladies
more vital Naval activities on AD 1.. leader of the scouts gave Bowling1 team as she bowls in herMUre
, the East Coast, with an annual the welcoming address and turn M feet (for higher scores says
F ; payroll of approximately 10 to ed the show over to the masterof I Sv)
13 million dollars and is a regular ceremonies Larry Green, r :ap ...'\ t." ., ,
1 1tp
"
participant in periodical At. BMG3 of NATTCenter r 1I I Jars A Texas Tale ....
-
antic Fleet exercises. 3y '
i c.iu. (AFPS) When
During the past year, VF-11, Official judges were Capt. '' -
VF-174 and VA-175, all Commander Douglas T. Day, comanding offi- 3dr 51, wok"died" the

Fleet Air Jacksonville cer of NAS; Capt. Lester K. Rice, __.. ___m__" n__ e1ad;; c. 13 .
units, won Battle Efficiency commanding officer of NATT- graciousnes14befitting Cutting exnt -
pennants awarded to the out- Center; Comdr. James Arm- THEIR ROYAL MAJESTIES-With poise and that during

standing Atlantic Fleet Squadrons strong, executive officer of NAS; royalty, Michael Whiddon, aged 2, (left) and Denlse.* ti i ,"Ceart hadstopr" ?;

;: in those respective fields, Comdr. John A. Gamon, execu- Reed, 4, accepted honors of King and Queen during the Baby : A Arid
, testifying the overall efflfiency tive officer of NATTCenter; and Show held last Sunday at Mainside auditorium. Capt. DOUJ-J

. r achieved by Fleet Air Lt. Gordon D. Walker, NAS pub las T. Day, NAS commanding; officer, officiated at the coronation at' ..

": L lJ|-.ck onv111. units. lic information officer ceremony. i ....


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