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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1951
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-9 No. 35' UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 29 Nov. 1951

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Efforts To Easer j2t : New Annual,

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I Rush Hour Traffic x SP: sxt s Sick Leave



Now Underway Regs in 52Sick

Motorists whose patiencehas and Annual Leave

I i been tried severely as a regulations in effect priorto

result of the jamming of the i1 July 1, 1951; will still apply

traffic flow outside the Naval .e { through January 5,

Air Station !Main Gate or 1952 it was announced in

lloosevelt Boulevard, between Industrial Relations Depart. I

'i" 0630 and 0800 and 1500 and ment Memorandum 73-51;

1700, are due f
the next few weeks. This means tjiat employeeswill
Agreement has been reached continue to accrue annual
between the State Highway Department leave at the rate of 26 days per
and station officials: calendar year through January
whereby four traffic lights will 5, 1952. On January 6, 1952
be erected on Roosevelt just outside the new Annual and Sick Leave
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Act of 1951 will become effective
the :Main Gate, and two ad
ditional traffic lanes constructed FINAL CARNIVAL CHECK-The last check from funds derived and employees will accrue
and Carnival presented to the annual leave on the basis of 13
between the gate TLmuquana from the 1951 Navy Charity was
: Road. Duval County Chapter, National Crippled Children's Society. days if they have less! than .... 'h-
Additional lanes I Henry P. Schage) vice-president of the chapter accepts the check, three years Federal service, 20 "RED RIPPERS"" GET "E"-
The additional lanes, which will' amounting to $863.76, from Capt. Douglas) T. Day, NAS command days if they have more tWan Displaying the Air Force Atlantic *
.1 be short acceleration lanes ex I ing officer. The check will go toward establishing a clinic where three years and less than 15 Fleet; Battle EfficiencY'
tending: about 1,000 feet, will youngsters of pre-school age, suffering from cerebral palsy, may years of Federal service, and "E" plaque won by his "Red

i mean a narrowing of 'the existing I receive proper treatment. __ ______ 26 Federal days for service.15 years or more of Rippers", is Comdr Ralph L.
parkway. One southbound lane Werner, commanding: officer of
will be restricted to through traffic All employees will begin on Fighter) Squadron 11. The
Christmas Leave January 6, 1952 to accrue Sick award was won on the jets
Special Routes Leave at the rate of 13 days qua d r o n's outstanding: performance
At the Timuquana bottleneck,, per year with no limitation on rating for fiscal year
which has held up northbound the amount that may be ac- 1951.

traffic to an annoying degree, an Policies RevealedTwo cumulated.Too .
acceleration lane on the left will' the law does not require VF-11 AwardedCoveted
feed directly Into TimuquanaRoad that 1951 leave be used by June
while the two lanes now in leave periods, designed to provide an opportunity .30 1952 unless in the interest of
use will move directly i north the station employees, it is administratively 'E' As
the Christmas holidays
toward Jacksonville. I for most personnel to be home for either required to do go. ,

", ,,;- Drivers on the station who live or New Year's, are set forth in a recent station memo .
in the Orange Park area will use randum governing the granting of Christmas leave. Top Jet OutfitIn
the newly opened Swann Road entirely Weather Outlook I !
hours Dec. 14
I Ir End of working
during the heaviest traffic civilian personnel with leave time recognition having
hours. At other times a special to beginning of working hours on the books will be given this
Friday-Partly cloudy skies achieved the highest performance
< will mark the first leave
lane through the main gate will; Dec. 27 time off at request with the exception
for NAS personnel. Second Slightly warmer. Winds north- rating of any jet fighter squadron
be controlled by a light feeding period starts the end of of a maintenance crew east to east, gentle to moderate. on the east coast during the
them into the southbound lane. leave period which of necessity must be aboard.
and
Saturday- Partly cloudy fiscal 1951. Fighter Squadron
working hours on Dec. 27 and year
I Military personnel attached to with southeast to the Air
of working I warmer gentle 11 was formally presented
terminates beginning
Public Works will conform to the .
south winds. Force Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency
'Flying Ubangis'Of hours Jan. 8, 1952. NAS holiday leave periods while.
I SundayFair and warmer; 'E' here last week.
Heads of Departments are authorized individual requests of civilians
.. Temperature in mid 70's. Gentle Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardi-
to grant leave requestsfor (Please Turn to Page 3. Col. 5) southerly winds.
vr-12 Record personnel to 35 per cent son, Commander Fleet Air Jack
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of their personnel at one time. sonville, presented an engraved
I Cons Sel Al' $3.000 plaque 1 commemorating the
Many Jet Hours Few DelationnThis achievement, to Comdr. Ralph L.

.. will be the general policy Werner, commanding officer of
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Fighter Squadron 12's "Fly- with a few deviations in some de IChiefsCommence Annual CampaignTo VF-11, who accepted the awardin
Ing Ubangis", under the com- partments. Overhaul and Repair behalf of his officers and men.
mand of Lcdr. John 1. Carter, will go into a partial shutdown Children Witnessing the ceremony, which
has established what might bea status at noon Dec. 21 until 0700 Aid Underprivileged was held inside Hangar 114, was
record for flight hours in one Jan. 2, 1052. All military and Florida Congressman Charles E.

day for a Navy jet squadron In I The.. Jax Navy Chief's Annual Bennett. _'U...!>J vnr. Havdon.7'- Burns l.
this area. Charity drive for- the underprivileged and other civilian guests as welt
The potential record was set
I as several hundred officers and
at 00.5 hours on Nov. 12. 1951 children of Jacksonville got men of Carrier Air Group One.
while operating out of MCAS underway this week. JI1In ,
Cherry Point, N. C during Assistance of all leading chiefsin prewntlnjj! the plaque Admiral
LANTFLEX '52. this area has been solicited, and Hardison noted that it wa
In addition, the 20 "Flying donations will be collected tomorrow a coveted trophy annually awarded
Ubangis" with a "kiss of death" the top squadron in its class
... for an insignia, flew 501.9 hours and
'I The Charity Committee Is composed for the preceding year was
from Nov. 4-13, 1951, during
of representatives of all won in intense competition against
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LANTFLEX 52, and main. other squadrons in the Atlantis
commands In the area --- Henry
talned an over-all average of92,7per'cent
Crooks ABC of Fasron Six, rep- Fleet.
availability of air This achievement by VF-11 was
resents Com Jax; John Kin-
craft kaid, YNC of PAW 11 (Staff) particularly notable in view of
During operation "Bee Hive"white for Fairwlng 11; Raymond Burger the fact that the squadron waa
with French, British
flying ADC. represents the Center. equipped with Jet aircraft only a
and Italian squadrons on a *. short time before the beginning
recent Mediterranean cruise, the : the fiscal in which
p year they won
"KeiT Howard ADC. of VP-741
then under the
jet squadron,
the award, Admiral Hardison rev
.-10 .... command of Comdr. Brainard T. was the representative Chief at marked. ..
Macomber, flew 68.7 hours in Chaplain Dittmar's meeting Oct. .
19. The goal set for the Chiefs'
one day from the deck of the
__ Further recognition of the fighter -
,, / USS Coral Sea (CVB-43)). No project was $3,000.: $2,500 was squadron's feat was expressedby
collected last, year.
flight deck duds occurred during Admiral Hardison as he bald,
r the entire operation. uaji The NATTCeuter. AE School "Your squadron, along with a few
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Chiefs got the'charity drive into
others of this era, are pioneer
swing last :week, .with a 100% marking the beginning of jet aviation : i
I E-3 Exams Slated donation of aU,the Chiefs in the in the Navy Your aquad-!
ihuoL r.fcJJ*" Lx214the; ANPJ( ron has been largely responsible

For 305 Dec. 3 4Y School aim:>> ,..contrim4ttde100. .\.m %. for taking these new-type aircraft
and proving that they could bused -)
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Pay grade E-3 examinations foi ,'._ _' ;,. The'canpsJ ift wlllTend.Dec. 16. in an almost routine fashionas
Advancement in rate will be giver I A .special. general'..uflJlbly meet part of our Naval air arm..
to 303 eligible Navy personnel at ing,will be called at that time to "Thia plaque," he continued
.'" tached to Naval Air Station Jack __ determine what will be bought for "then represents not only a battle
konvill on December 3 at 0300. the orphans.This efficiency award, but also a tangible .
Hospitalmen are directed to report charity drive has been tremendously evidence of genuine merit of
to the Infirmary for their Y S successful In the past. far sighted planning and of

examination dentalmen will re Nine water coolers were boughtfor smooth squadron teamwork ,bjr
port to Chief Bloom at the Den. CHARITY DRIVE BEGIN& Hetotjr Crooks, ABC, (left), of the orphans iu 1919, and nine both officers and enlisted men."
,
the first, deposit of the annual Jax Navy .
tal Department and the remaining Fasron Six, makes television seta were bought last w M
persons will report to the NAS Chiefs' charity drive which fc now ia operation Milton Harrison, Such worthwhile efforts Presentation of the award by E
mess hall, in accordance with Per. AEC, ( ) a NATTCenter rr.preseutatlve'trifles the deposit. year. of Admiral Hardison was doubly .ri
been prideto
rlfht have a source great
annul Officer's Memorandum No The are seeking JIW In,their drive to aid the orphans: in
all the Chief In this area I (Please Turn to Page S. Col.
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS .; 1I9 9 November 1951

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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at NavaJ Air ; .

Station. Jacksonville. Fla.NAS, Jacksonville Establish Joint Technical Info 'qencv

Cart. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer (By Armed Forces Press. Sertlee) the 'Servipes :of $42,481,519.
(;om r. James H. Armstrong Executive Officer The Navy Department of Aeronautics has '." .-
Lt Gordon D. Walker Public Information OfficerCommander disclosed details of a new multiplex Skyraider The 'Yct 'i. H| HMPatIon will review
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear bomber which can be converted into 12 dif- about 200 reji Ri npkatloni for vocational ;
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ferent types of combat aircraft. The carrier. tt'alnin.ubntUedTeterans of Korea. A
Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff based plane is the first of its kind ever built new law pawted last rnotith. may have made

Fleet Air Wing Eleven and has been operating in Korea since July. some of the u'eligibly lot. this training. The
Capt. Jesse S. McClure .... .... __ Commander Basic structure of each plane is universal review will be automatic1..
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer "chassis" designed for quick and easy change .

Naval Air Technical Training Center I ability by using conversion kits supplied as A Joint organization to provide an Integrated "'. ".
Capt. later K. Rice ._.._ Commanding Officer equipment with each plane.It program of scientific and technical services '
Corner. John A. Gamon, Jr. __'_.___.__ Executive Officer: can be changed to either an attack bomb for the Department of Defense has been organized
Naval Hospital er, transport, aerial ambulance, submarine under the name Armed Services Technical -
Officer hunter-killer, low target plane or whatever Informatoln Agency. The new agency
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton ....... Commanding
Capt Guy l E. Stahr Executive Officer craft the tactical .situation. demands. will collect, catalogue and store scientific data Y
NARTU tor use by the Armed Forces. f ,.
Comdr. Easton B. Noble _._.Commanding Officer Officers of the Organized Reserve Corps can .
Comdr. Anthony Trusso _Executive Officer now request transfer to the Infantry, Armor, Identification cards for military civilian and'
or Artillery from other branches of the Army protected personnel for use in the event of
Editorial: Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration when called to active military service, the Department capture by the enemy have been developed
building. Phone extension 8184. of the Army announces according to the Department of Defense.
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Enlisted men and warrant officers in active The new cards, DD Forms 489 and 528, will
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger, JO3; Mary Bixones, JOSN; service who hold Reserve commissions and be issued to all persons who in time of war
Dave Devroy SA. meet other requirements may also volunteer to serve in or with the Armed Forces and are

n>. JAX AIR NEWS Is puDllsneO. cely at tile U. S. Naval Air Station, a combat arm when concurrently called to active liable to capture by the enemy. Format of the
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds duty in a commissioned status. Applica- cards \Is based upon the Geneva Convention
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXUS P-33. Rev, tions should be submitted through the Army relative to the protection of war victims
Nov. 1945. Copies arc distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station, the .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary. Air Station Cecil Field, and area In which the individual resides.
U* U. a Naval Hospital. l'be first unit citation ever awarded specifically y,
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.th The tint post-war Air Force officer training to an Army aviation section has been t
material this not be reprinted without
written permission appearing 1 of in mF publication c Tress may Service. Republication ot other school class was graduated Nov. 16 at Lack presented to the Light Aviation Section Hq. I
matter J'Q'IJ by service publications U prohibited without permission ofEditor land AFB, Tex. Presentation of completion 7th Infantry Div., for action In the Chosin
: NEWS. certificates marked the end of a 60-day train- Reservoir area of KoreaThe section receivedthe I .
ing period for the 55 directly commissioned Distinguished Unit Citation for its part In
Still Needed graduates. the rescue of critically wounded men from an
Forty-five members of the class are in the enemy trap between Nov. 28 and Dec 5, 1950.
Women's Air Force and the other ten are male *
At This foment There Are About officers Graduates are business and profes- The USAF Institute of Technology, which

sional people directly commissioned and sent reports a record enrollment of students in resident -
to the school for basic officer training. courses in civilian institutions, and Industrial -
50,000 Men Waiting For Blood plants is adding a new course to its ,I"

The louse Armed Services Committee reports program. It deals with aircraft structural repair I
(By Armed Forces Press' Service) that it cost about $61 last year to recruit one and trains engineering officers with group
Tf seems: rmir>ri longed! volunteer into the Armed Forces. Recruiting level experience in the repair of damaged I

Just a )iim than a year ago two companies of officials of the Army, Navy, Air Force and planes. The Institute is located at Wright-

I U. S. Infantry were transported from Japan to Korea. They Marines said that 711.272 volunteers enlisted in Patterson AFB. Ohio. {

were young soldiers trained chiefly for occupational duty.

In a matter. _of minutes. after I WeekendWincjTafk Two StationOfficialsTalk
they tumbled from their planes
they paced a full division of
Korean Reds.
For the United States the Ko- J
rean fighting had begun. Notes
Many months have passed since At UniversityLcdr.
the Korean outbreak. Months of from

campaign hazards months of expecting Eugene R. Cate, planning
sudden attack by fresh officer of Overhaul and Repair
Red troops in the hundreds of WfllWU Department and Leonard B, Eu-
thousands. Months of "all quiet" banks Industrial Relations official

that suddenly disintegrated into CV Faflron 741 were guest speakers Tuesday -
,I tary of the Navy, Dan Kimball
full-scale combat.
of the
CV Fasron 741 had its second after addressing a convention of night at a meeting
Student Branch of the Institute
practice dress blue inspection this the Representatives of the Gen-
We've learned lot
a since that of Aeronautical Sciences at the
day. We've learned that warfareis weekend, with inspecting officer eral Tire Company at Columbus, of Florida in Gaines-
University
downright dirty business. That noting considerable improvement Ohio, asked for any Naval man to ville.
soldier must be prepared to in appearance over that of last stand. The Staff's Lt. TheodoreG. The invitation was extended by
Before:" months inspection. Buckenmier, was on his feet in
fight with his fists or his bayonet "I've Given Blood R. A. Thompson head of aeronautical -
knife, or anything else that is The big push now is for 100 percent a second. Then came a nice talk engineering at the univer
handy. attendance on the night of with the Secretary of the Navy.

We've learned about the effectof December 13, 1951 for the annual Pleasant II. Gay, Jr., YNT1, sity.Lcdr.. Cate discussed! trends in .. .
shells and bombs, and bullets military inspection by the Chief was named to serve for a period aircraft propeller blade design
flO human flesh. We've learned of Naval Air Reserve Training, of four years on the recently created which, he said, has undergone
Rear Adm. L. A. Moebus. Much East Duval
more about shock, surgery, and County Mosquito some interesting changes with
treatment of wounded men than celebrating can be expected to oc- Control District in the Beaches the of the
new
jets upped
ever before in our history. cur at the dance in the NAS audi- freeholders election held last Sat- power
from a previous 1,000 to 2,000 hp
We've torium after the "
learned inspection.The
urday.
because at this MA1NSIDE to 5,000 hp and over t"
moment there are more than 50- Thursday, November 29 following men have been Federal agencies are badly in
000 men waiting to changed In rate from AA to AN:
be healed '
Slaughter Trail Brian Donlevy need of qualified engineers of all
Edward J. :McCreary, Charles L. Blue Cross-Shield
I
November 30 types, Eubanks asserted, particularly
Friday,
But even modern science has Register' Harry L. Rowan, Wins- in
certain limitations. Miracle work Strangers On A red D. Black, Robert L. Bowles, experimental agencies
...... .. .... where graduate students are much
ing drug and surgical skill are of Train t Farley Granger Henry H. Brookins, Robert N. Willis Collection To Be
in demand. he said
ne avail if a wounded man dies Saturday, December 1 and Edward C. Baily. Applications,
before he can be brought to a Virginia City .....".......Errol Flynn The squadron is getting more may be filed at the 5th Rf'gionalHeadqua.rters
of the Civil Service
hospital.We 1. Sunday, December 2 and more men up to the ten year Made Dec.. 10 Commission in Atlanta, or they
are referring to the vital Golden Girl ....._..._.Dennis Day mark for cumulative service this be mailed to the
directly
need of blood and the present S month Lindsey H. Dunaway, Blue CrossBlueShield collections :- may ag-
Monday ,December ency in which the applicant is in-
critical
shortage.We ADE1 and Frank ( ) VanNest
One Foot In n for the month of December terested.
are referring to :you and Heaven __.._._ Fredric March ADE2, have been added to the have been scheduled"for the weekof
asking for just one pint of the I list along with Lcdr. David L. December 10 because of the
15 available pints in your system Tues. and Wed., Dec. 4-5 Wilson, executive officer of CV '
-to insure the healing of those Elopement ..-........-.. Clifton Webb Fasron 741.NonCombat. holiday it has been period announced.during that month, Beach Lad Enlists '1"

60,600 wounded men. NATTCent Air Crewmen who
Employees belonging to the
If one American in 50servicemen Thursday, :November JOAn have flight orders will, in the NAS Blue Cross-Blue Shield groupare In Naval Cadet
and civilians-would donatea American In future, have to get in their flight asked to make their payments

pint of blood we could meet Paris ........_..... ....... Gene Kelly time on the Saturday morning through! their department collec- Program HereThe i
our present monthly quota. Friday, November 30 preceding: their regularly scheduleddrill tion system by December J 1 in order .
Will you be that one American .... I NavCad office at NARTU :
? Virginia City .._.._..Errol Flynn period. that collections may be completed -
Jax has enlisted another local lad I
AIR WING STAFF 74 prior to close of business
Saturday, December 1 in the Naval Aviation Cadet ;
Supply Officer, Lcdr. James E. December H. pro-
Strangers On A Gay, who graduated from the Uni- Regular schedule for collection' gram. He is Thomas E. Dunlop I '
....... ........ I'
Train Failey Granger
ifl I DIVINE\ versity cf Florida Law School last will be followed during the month of Neptune Beach. He is a graduate -
December 2: of Duncan U. Fletcher High .
Sunday, February has recently been ap- of January 1952 and collection will
( ) The Whip Hand,....._Elliott Reid pointed as assistant U. S. Attorney be made on the 14th and 15th of School and attended the Univer-
SERVICES) Mon. and Tue, Dec, 3-4 : of the Florida's Southern that month. Employees' coopera- sity of Florida for five semesters

Golden Girl. ....>............ Dennis Day District which, includes Jackson- tion in completing their payments prior to his enlistment.It .
<800- General Communion, Wednesday,' DVcv& ville, Tampa, and Miami. during. this step-up period In December Is expected that he will re-
Small Chapel. One Foot In ,80m... of us occasionally to will be appreciated, it is : ceive his orders to commence Naval -

Protestant Heaven ..........*.... Frtdric March associate with the-big boys. Secre- pointed out. I flight training at NAS Pen-
0830-Morning I Services, All. sacola shortly after the first of
Saints Chapel. HOSPITAL> the year. After approximately
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Tlwr day,.,.:;(,M ember M. ?' l 14 months of flight instruction at
(0930-Sunday School, Small Cha1045All Starlift .....:.,t................- Doris Day rHfi t tr' tll.1 "< Pensacola and Corpus Christi,

Friday, November, 1 .i'if$ jli:J.1f.} < Texas, he will be graduated as an

Saints ChapeL Barefoot ', ::+. ,. ., .>> Ensign, U. S. Naval Reserve or
Catholic Mailman I ......,..Robert CummIngsSat. J::< 1 9rI as a 2nd Lieutenant, U. S. Marine

0630 and 0930-Mass, St Ed- and Sun., Dec. 1-- '<\ 1> ... .... Corps Reserve. '" .
ward's Chapel. An American In t f : "" -.t: After his graduation he will

0930 St Edwards' Chapel (Catechism Paris ..__._-.._.... Gene Kelly I .. ,'\4 ; t \'..-%. }-- ; ." serve two and a half years active "
Class). ,' :,' with the fleet during which
1"'t duty ,
4't
December S & "
Monday, "
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J030-Mass, St. Edward's ChspeL The Whip Hand_..Elliott Reid w! :" :, > ; < ; 0645 Mass at Hospital > the
ChapeL Lns Regular Navy.
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Christian Science Tuesday, December i ; .s, '" ,,7 Dunlop enlisted at the Jacksonville

fut'sday-200O-at Small Chapel. Strangers On A SKY DEMON Naval Air Reserve! Training
-First In-flight photo of Navy's new jet fighter,
Train ...... Failey Granger
Mormon Unit for Naval Aviation
the McDonnell F3II-1 Demon en test trip near St. Louis Mo. The headquarters
Thursday-1930- t Small Cha- Wednesday, December 5 sleek Demon is an experimental model', prototype of production Cadet procurement for the
1De1. Golden Girl ?_._..... Dennis Day models forthcoming North-Florida South-Georgia area. .. .w




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Your Exchange: Service Is A Privilege',, Not A Right-Don't Abuse It II Begin SundayAt

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St. Edward'sSt.
Who you are and, whether or not you should be Most States exempt exchanges from taxes on tobacco -

shopping in the Navy Exchange is a matter of considerable beer and soft drinks. In one State this exemption Edward's Chapel will be the

interest to your Navy! Exchange 'salesclerks, so amounts to a saving of as much as eight cents on every scene of a two-week Mission beginning

do not be annoyed if you are questioned regarding your package of cigarettes. All in all,. such exemptions save Sunday Dec. 2, accordingto

right to patronize your Exchange. servicemen more than five million dollars each year. If John an announcement J. Burns, NAS made Catholic by Lt.

Why is it important? Well, Navy Exchanges ope- military personnel allowed unauthorized persons to use Chaplain, and Father Leroy J.
rate with the approval of the Navy Department for the their cards and buy tax-free goods, the States would Calkins. NATTC.

purpose of providing a convenient and reliable source promptly withdraw this privilege. They might even The Mission will be given by
Father E.. Curley, S.J., of New
from which Naval personnel and their dependents can take criminal action against the violators. Orleans.

. purchase items necessary for their convenience and Abuse May Cost You Your PrivilegeAll .
comfort. SO THAT THE CONTINUATION OF THIS of this could easily cost a serviceman the ex-

SERVICE IS NOT JEOPARDIZED, YOUR COOPERATION change privilege he now enjo "Moreover, it takes }

IS ,SOLICITED. only one violation of regulations to make a case that

"'r Do Not Loan Your Card To Anyone could penalize all servicemen everywhere. This is indeed O;

f Although all branches of the Armed Forces have set food for thought for the serviceman who is

up rigid identification card systems, a few unauthorized tempted to "be a good guy" by lending his card to peo- '1

persons may manage to buy from the exchanges. Any ple who are not authorized to buy from Armed Forces "> "

serviceman who lends his card to an unauthorized pur- exchanges. :

chaser not only risks disciplinary action, but-more im- Your exchange service is a privilege, not a right

portant-jeopardizes the entire exchange privilege. Use it, but don't abuse it.


''''',_'__,__'-__ >
Extended Hours, Many Extra Services


( "' Dialogue Station t Navy Exchange Offering Extra NOTES Apo m.J


Christmas
Services For ShoppersThe Don Koonz, PNC; R a y Father Curley
("Station Dialogue" provides an Burger, ADC, and Jack Frost,
opportunity: for military and civilian Navy Exchange, with its counters stocked with a AMC, were selected to the Boardof The first week of the :Mission
personnel of NAS to voice complete line of Christmas items, will extend its store hours Governors at the last general' will be observed with three daily
their opinion on a question put meeting.A Masses: 0615 at NATTC Chajx
assembly
added service to its
during the Christmas season as an extra
to them by a Jax Air News re-
dance will be held Saturday lain's office, 0630:: and 0330 at St.
porter). lJ rvnf U i VI'rfcTiaBeginning;:). night with 55 numbers being Edward's' Chapel. During the first
Friday, Nov. 30 and called for the big jackpot. week of the Mission there will be
Today' question I*: "Since extending through Dec. 21, the glass, china or practically any The annual Jax Navy CPO evening devotions for ladies only
.. there i.. clear evidence that sports Men's Shop, NAS Merchandise type of material. Charity started this week It will beginning at 2000, consisting of
I In college is over-emphasized, Store, Toy Shop and NATTC Gift Wrapping Service continue until Dec. 16. All chiefs the recitation of the rosary and a
how would you propose to do- Merchandise Store will be open For those who find themselvesto are urged to push the drive to the sermon and benediction the
f'mpha..aze collegiate. sports?" every Friday until 2100. Also, be all thumbs when they start fullest extent. Blessed Sacrament and followedby
I starting Saturday, Dec. 1 through wrapping packages a gift wrap- Jim Beech, ADC, from VP-3, confessions.The .
Walter F. Goggin, AOAN, VF- Dec 22, the stores will be open ping service is available in Build- was elected manager of the Clubas same schedule of daily
( r 11: "I think Saturdays until 1700. ing 954: (Toy Shop) as well as of Dec. 1st Beech was elect- Masses will continue during: tire
Y they should Many Extra Services the NATTC Store. ed at a Board of Governor's meet- second week; the evening devo-
eliminate some Many new services are being in- Gift box e s of fruit can be ing held :Monday at noon. Dixie tions will also be at 2000 and will
of the sportsscholarships augurated Lcdr. John M. Lewis, shipped via railway express from Howell, the present manager, will be for men only.
t Navy Exchange officer announcedthis the NAS, NATTO or Hospital stay with the club until Jim is Religious goods will be placedon
and concentrateon week. Large stocks of gift Merchandise stores. checked out. sale during the Mission for the
creatinghigh items are in and ready for Christmas To Sell Tree There will be a free Juke Box benefit of station personnel under
scholastic shoppers. Cosmetics, house- Effective Dec. 15 the Navy Exchange dance on Saturday evening at the supervision of the Chapel
standings. Stu- hold goods, men's wear, ladles' will sell Christmas trees. 1800. An excellent crowd was on Sodality and Holy Name Society.
dents Darticl- wear and a wide selection of records Exact location of sales will be board last Sunday. It is hoped Confessions will be heard this
Gonln patlng In sports are among the articles avail- announced at a later date. that a larger crowd will be there Saturday all day long beginningat
should be required to maintain able. Extra clerks are being hiredto Personnel harrassed by the this coming Sunday. 1000 and extending throughoutthe
I passing grades* in. the.classrooms." handle the holiday rush.A many problems of Christmas shopping Ted Saxon, club president has afternoon and evening in prep
unique engraving service has wrapping mailing and the called a special board of governors aration for general Holy Communion -
..Lt. (jg) Lewis Bissell, Hospital: been installed at the NATTC Mer- innumerable details of the holi- meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 4.The Sunday. There will be a new
M-L; o i leges chandise Store, Building 517. Costis day season will find it to their meeting will be held to dis- Mass added Sunday at 0030.
nominal-25 cents per word- advantage to use the many services .
should organize; cuss holiday parties. Interested -' -- -- ----
a draft for high I i,. and all personnel are invited to available at the Navy Ex- people may contact Milton Har-
school athletes : use this service. Initials, names, 'I changes aboard the station. rison, AEC, Recreation Committee Christmas leave
as they have forprofessional greetings can be engraved on There are only 21 shopping daysor chairman, and give him ideasof
;] fabric, leather, precious. metals, ( two paydays) until Christmas.SANTA what the Club can do duringthe (Continued from Page 1)
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football play- coming holidays. Harrison's will be considered on the basis: of
ers. The -: WEARING MARINE GREEN extension is 8270. I work load and amount of leave
'i iI
dents would' requested.
-
I register, be seBissell l)1t(>-Thlrd For Fleet
FOR lAX DISTRICT ORPHANS
lected by football coaches and Fleet activities have announceda
have partial selection as to the leave period extending front
school of their choice. Full par- Issuing a clarion call to all tion brig personnel who are asking isT Nov 21 to Jan 2, 1952. Only one-
ticipation in the scholastic program the people in this area are sta. for old toys which they will third of their personnel can ,be
"J renovate and distribute to chll.dren's granted leave at one time with
should( be a definite requirement -
." institutions in this vicin- the remaining two-thirds on lib..
NAVY WIVES ity. erty at the discretion of commanding -
I H. A Barnett, AEAN, O&R: S/Sjt. Allen Sinclair station officers\ and within 24-
'nI should brig warden, is the person responsible hours recallNATTCenter.
I, \ ,"Th re I CORNERDuring for reviving the practice students and ships
:be a decrease in that was originally established S company come under the cognizance -
I i the number of the last business meet in Europe during the last T of Chief of Naval Air Technical -
{ :sports scholar ing of tne Navy Wives Club No. war. Children that were made y Training, :Memphis. All enlisted .
: I ships awardedand 86 it was announced that the orphans by the fighting on the students with the exception -
next Social Meeting will be held continent were provided with of ANP) School students
an increaseIn Saturday, Dec. 1, at 2000 at the playthings at Christmas-time by will be granted leave during the
; the scholastic Club House in Dewey Park. the American G. I.'s stationed official! leave period of Dec. 22
.....-V1i awards. Ev- This is going to be a very informal there. to Jan. 7. There will be no limiton
--nar itery potential affair. All are invited to -' the number of personnel on
S player should be compelled to don dungarees for plenty of fun, SiiMlair's idea has met with leave. Regular classes will b$
II maintain high averages to keep food, prizes and other attiactions. immediate approval and he pro- suspended and a modified schedule
II. abreast of sports. F ceeded to employ the station of instruction will be put into
effect for students staying aboard.
All club members are urged to brig inmates in the cause.
Edward A. Hoffmeyer, DN, attend. A hearty invitation via At this moment the piisonersare For AA's reporting in for AN
Dental Clinic:. __ engaged in making over ((1') School the policy will be to
-- all
these lines out to Navy
.., goes
leave to high school graduates -
"I believe grant
they wives aboard the station who toys that have already been collected
should Investi- would like to become acquaintedwith but more baubles are at the rate of 100 per week.
gate the nuni- .,, the Club. For further infor- needed to fully subscribe the These students will subsequentlybe
ber of scholarships drive. enrolled in the ANP) Class
mation call Mrs. Arlene Newell,
I,f given by extension 8266. convening Jan. 7, 15)52.
{ individual colleges 't:, The Not-New-Shop Is still op- According to the sergeant, For students on orders from
; such as erating at the same place, same "The stuff comes in slowly but ANP) School to Class A Schools,
the procedure time, Tuesday from 1000 the in leave will be authorized to terminate
people
_..____ every surely; evidently before Jan. 3 1952.Ship's .
i
f o(lowed hv the n until 1600 at the Annex of the the area are not yet aware of on or ,
.- Ivy "League. Hoffemoyer station bank. More donations of the campaign. Actually all they Company personnel at:
They should also check on how merchandise and more customersare have to do is call 2-7711 exten- the Center will be given leave at
and where the money is receivedand needed to make this projectas sion 370 or 694; mention that the discretion of the commandingofficer
whether the athlete has earnedhis successful as it could be. Thesttfre they have some toys and the in accordance with instructions -.
pay or not." is open to ,everybody, Navy brig truck will-be'dispatched to ;: contained in BuPers Man.
: ual. This states 50 cent
personnel and civilians alike. All the address to pick them up." that per
Robert It. Alderton, AD2, Fasemphasis patronage is appreciated. The For a cause as worthy as this Tkf' L: r;. of personnel can be absent at one
__ .. time.
... .M from the NotNewShopare folk around
non ore proceeds one, surely the good ,
tc, k. Officer students NATTC will
welfare projects. with ti. X9. K' Aye 5 of
shouldbe spent on here will come through
have _...,_.._ be granted leave at the discretionof
doo-dads they'd probably -----'-'-'
I ,,,,,} placed on The Nursery announces a thrown out anyhow. Why not GOING SOMEWHERE, the commanding officer. They
, .:; the scholastic change in opening time. For the make this a merry Christmas S/Sgt. Allen Sinclair station will be authorized time off s'+
aspect of col- convenience of those mothers who for children who otherwise brig warden isn't ffolnr that they can complete their
j lege life. Education have to check in at 0700, the would receive very few gesturesof through his second childhood course of instruction and return
, should Nursery is now opening at 0643 he's merely demonstrating how to their duty stations within the
i always come every morning Monday through well' brig personnel are reno- time limits set by their TAD or-
I first" snorts l&t- Saturday. The Sunday hours Please do not sign any children vating discarded toys .in their den
Aldertoa.ter. Athletes from 1200 to 2239 remain un- who are kindergarten pupils, as project. The brie personnel are Leave policy for Naval Hospt
should demonstrate their ability to changed.All these .children receive their gifts repairing and renovating toys tal staff will be announced at a
receive average grades in the Nursery customers are Invited during their classroom parties. for distribution to nearby orphanages later date. Patients' leave will'isa
scholastic standing of the school to register their childrenfor There are several openings in both in time for Christ on an individual request basis do
r ., prior to participation in sports." the Nursery Christmas. Party. Jr. and Sr. Kindergarten classes. mas. pending on medical care



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VP-741. VC-G2 Fasion .. -
9.VPA6/Report .
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VP-141 I
Seven aviation machinist mate League during the forthcoming
strikers from NATTC Memphis! hoop season
reported aboard last week for Being planned by the athletics
duty with VP-741. The men all I officer as part of the Navy's all-
members of the same class at t inclusive athletics] program is a
Memphis, are Harry L. Baker, volleyball tournament.
ADAN; Raymond L. Copeland, Announcing the birth of their
ADAN; Mahlon H. Walp, ADAN;; /second; child, an eight-pound, six-
John C. Watson ADAA; Merlin I ounce boy, is Lt. and Mrs. Harold
L. Phillip ADAA; Robert J, E. Johnson. The bambino has been
Malone, ADAA, and Donald E named Carl Cur tis Johnson.
.
Elliott ADAA. *
Their five week course at a Fasron 9
class "C" school held by the BAR There U a long, long trail a-
Wright Aeronautical Corporationin winding between Cecil Field and
Wood ridge, N. J., completed, the West Coast but it is one that ...
David OHeain, ADC, and Ernest Glenn R. Carlson, ATI, passed
Chamblirs: ADEI, have returnee; over eagerly as he departed recently -
to VP-741. for :30 days leave to be I
Three green stripes each are spent; in California.
now sported by Clarence Amos, Wilmer O. Fulford, AMC, made
Wilford Fry and James DeShong the rounds last week distributing ty
as a, result of their recent promotions stogies to Interested persons. Aye, of A.
to airmen and the occasion for it was the the
With LANTFLEX ':52 scarcelyover arrival of a bouncing baby boy. en-
a continuous hustle caused Lt. Charles Varner of Fasion 9 ,
by another important event for is heading a worthy drive to col- ) of
the squadron was In evidence as lect and recondition toys for the
all hands began preparing for the underprivileged children in the
Operational eadiness: inspection.The Whitehouse area. All hands are in
activity took place on Mon- invited and urged to participate in
day and Tuesday of this week, this worthy cause and bring in I
duiirghich time the pilots were the playthings to the First Lieu- 'I
called upon to perform the various tenant's office 'as soon as possible I
missions that Patrol Squad-
rons are required to and the main- I
tfnance and standby news \\'el e8sled Faetulant
to demonstrate fire fight- the

ing More and than rescue one methods.half of the entire In Training Of

complement of white hats of the
VP-741 will be "going up" for Capt. Burl L. Bailey, ] the I
advancement in rating next Janu- Training Unit Atlantic Fleet, with
ary. Thirty-seven men from the ducted an Administrative and ; for
aviation machinists mate tanks .I Detachment 2, which is based at for
alone will be taking the tests I the
while 15: prospective chiefs of various Accompanied oy Lcur. Lawrence I : ,
rates will be eligible. Bunce, officer-In-charge of en-
the local unit, and Lcdr. A, Moel-
Reporting'aboard for duty this
]ler, assistant superintendent of
week be
from NATTC berg has been
Daniel A. Clancy, Byron R. Williams training for FaetuLant, as the
,and Ray E. Dollar all avia- Fleet activity is commonly known,
Captain Bailey thoroughly inspected -
tion ordnance airman appi'entices.
the unit's personnel and
a e *
carefully looked over the many
VC-62 ."
training devices used for Instruc-
A revamped< VC-62 Inti a-mural it

athletic program under the direction tion.Established at NAS in 1949, De- ]
of Lt. I jg) Elbeit D. Kimble] tachment No. 2 is one of three ."
bounced off to a rousing start recently sub-units of FaetuLant. The oth-
with six teams participating er detachments are located at Lt. -
in an outdoor athletics set-up. Quonset Point, R. I., and Atlantic a
Three contests touched off the City, N. J.Although. ".
program with Lt. Carl Collier's serving a vital func- ] she
vollej ballets]] trimming the Elec- tion in the training of fleet aviation no
tronics aggregation after five rugged electronics and electrical per- the
games while John Rubinow- sonnel the Jacksonville unit is one a
ski's line maintenance gridders'( of the smallest fleet units basedat ] to
tromped the "Shutterbugs' 24-7 NAS Jacksonville. ;
in a touch football fray. In the .
third contest Engineering was taken Total complement for the activity ]
into camp when Lt. John Bal- is only 5 officers and 39 en- .f'
cerak sparked his team to a 14-9 listed men. These men, all well er
Softball victory with two tremendous qualified in their specialty rates,
home rung conduct a number of courses I
Squadron officers and chiefs which vary from brief refresher
have formed a bowling league as courses of several days to complete -
a complement to the outdoor maintenance classes of sev-
sports and will compete Tuesday en and a half weeks duration.
evenings at the Cecil Field alleys One training phase carried out
The rabid golfers] and skeet shooters by the detachment entails refresher -
are also loosening their mus- courses in various aviation electronics
cles and sharpening their reflexes equipment for aviation /
on the station's golf course and electronicsmen and electronics ,
skeet range.A technicians. Attendance in these ty
VC-62 basketball team is classes, which vary in length of ] i
shipping into shape under the instruction from 3 days to 3 :
guidance of Lt. Elbert Kimble] and weeks depending upon the type
is expected to make a good show- i of equipment" studied, is limitedto
ing in the Jacksonville .City I. personnel from fleet units at
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INSPECT FAETULANT DETACHMENT inspecting party
attached: to the electronics division of the Bureau of Aeronautics; (
left), Commander Fleet Airborne Electronics Training .Unit Atlantic, ( ,
sistant superintendent of training for Faetulant is shown on arrival "
'" FaetuLant Detachment Two. On hand to meet the inspecting party ] ..
right) fficer-in-charfe: of FaetuLant Detachment Two.





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29 November '1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five




Bits'- .. WHAT'S HOLD'N YOU
Six YOU GUYS LOOK powN CHIEF, JUMP

LIKE A BUNCH OF
I FOR THE BALL -.
Perhaps the first and only "fly. o OLD MEN / !)

Ing paymaster" in the Navy is Lt,

J jg) JJobert Kalmbacker, Fasror
6 assWlant' supply officer A,combat ? ; 1
.- c- HERE, SEE IF YOU / '
aircrcwman during Work
. -
'
War II he obtained a private 11 i. CAN SERVE ANY

cense during the time he was or BETTER i'k
inactive duty and during his off PLATTER
duty hours will fly anything'will

wings anywhere anytime, on the
least provocation.
Notman William Elliott, AN, ol

the Operations department i is -.. .' '% /i e :r I.SET ME UP JACK
"White Hat 'of the Week" for this = AND I'LL KILL THAT
week and conscientious hard r BALL ti
.. working plane captain of a JRE] ,

every other week. NICE SAVE' PAL THAT3 r 'CHA ---
WHAT MEAN, '"
Fasron 6 has been the only duty PLAY'N THE ESALLI ? I'M IN7NE NET
' station for Bill so far since he re rs __ ONE PAST ME NOW
ported aboard here after complet ..=.. '

ing his recruit training at Great $ i- ..
Lakes. He enlisted in the Navy All 1HE TIME PVE
in Philadelphia, Penn in September : ,;.. -
-
= WAITED TO PLAY
1950. \ / = I -y
/5 n ; AND NOW i CAN'T' y

Since his arrival the squadron 1i )/ FOULS / %

the young sailor has made a good

start up the ladder of advancement -. -j

and will be eligible for the .... L THE INSTRUCTORS PLAY A
AD3 exams in January. Being s._ r.

recommended proved to be of lit --. QUIET GAME OF
.. tie problem for Bill as he has his _
well-taken-care-of-plane as a tea-
timonial to his ability and initia

tive.Before entering the service El TLJIQLL (% BALL ?

liott worked at the United Sped-
alties Company in his home town

repairing turn signal and ignition af _
systems on autos and trucks. His; Y'1

favorite recreation, then as now,,
is taking photos of his friends and,

4 not Bill being Ross camera, Howard shy, of Lore himself, Bill Center's Own Private Receiving StationR Branch 126, FRA

Bailey and John Hodnett, are to
be congratulated on their ad Sponsors DanceBranch
Takes Care Of StudentsOn
vancement to airmen. Another to & T

be promoted recently is Bill De- 126 Fleet Reserve Association -

Hart, ACCAP( ), who was a mere Arrival At Airman SchoolWhat will sponsor a Ship-Wreck
AC1 when he reported for, duty] Dance Saturday night, December

with the squadron. last month. 1, at the Hyde; Park Country Club.
to kid ---- ---+-- Music will be furnished by Bill
After jut taking one "big step", happens The second< problem that has to John A Gann's orchestra, dancing from
Bill Bailey, new airman, will be brother when he arrives in to be taken care of is the boot Congratulations 2100 to 0100. Admission one dol-
another on January ]1 situation. Under the Eckles, Civil Engineer in the De-
completing Jax for instruction in the leave new lar per couple. Tickets will be
when he will be married to Marilyn ruling of BuPers, a recruit going sign Section, who completed 21 available at the door, or can be

; Harmon, a girl from his home Airman PreparatorySchool through boot camp in San years or Government service on purchased from representatives of

town of Pana, 111. Eventually, ? How does NA Diego, can wait until he is as- Nov. 15. John says; he remembersback Branch 126.
Bill hopes to take his wife and signed before he takes his recruit -

settle down to life-on-a-farm near Center process an averageof leave. An average of 280 in 1930 when he started pital in Augusta, Ga, for two
working for the U. S. Engineers,
his home town. leave papers a week are handledin
500 recruits fresh from Pa. from 9 til :5 weeks where he underwent an
With the arrival of two new this one department. Pittsburgh every
. operation. However, Laurie returned -
men, Lloyd Frederickson, AA, and boot camp, and still have Average length of time for day except Sunday. In 1942 he to work Monday morning.
Tom Saneholtz, AA, in the Sup time to do anything else? anyone student in R and T is transferred to the Engineer's Office *. .
ply department, three of the regulars Here's the lowdown on the less than one week. During this in Jacksonville) and entered
saw their chance for a rest Center's own private deceiving time, the student is indoctrinated service at NAS, Jacksonville, in We are indeed sorry to report
and are now on leave. The trio station in the Center and the Sta- 1945. John says he can vote now that Florence Brown who had
are George Poindexter, AKC; Ernest tion Regulations, he is pro- for he is 21 years old, and all he worked in Public Works for many
Inhelder, AA, and Harry and Transfer Division cessed through the various de- has to look forward to is pay day years succumbed recently. At the
U
The <<'t-ipt
and retirement. time of her death Florence had
Chinn, AK3."Busier under the direction of partments of the Center, Includ- ,
ever" from hold. to Laurie Ros- been working for Frank Nettles,
than Lt. Arthur Erb, is the official ing the Chaplain and Medical, Congratulations i
Ing checks on all the pool, outgo- name of the department that is an ID and Liberty Card is made enburg who has been promoted Sr., Civilian Shop Personnel Su-
? ing and incoming aircraft and handling this terrific problem. for him and then he is assigneda to Assistant Chief Clerk vice Her- pervisor.
. their regular checks, is the report With a complement of twentymen barracks. Usually by the end ; schel Lee. Shortly after Laurie Luther Bradham, Messenger,
coming from the Ordnance de- one chief and 19 bluejackets of the week, the student is on assumed his new duties, he was joined the Air Force and left
partment.The this department is func- leave or in school. I taken ill and confined to a hos- Public Works last week. We understand
mine shop, after putting in that Luther will be stationed
ever 700 man hours supporting tioning cision and with swiftness.assembly line pre- Right In Your Own Back Yard! at Eglin Field and he asked
forward him the Jax Air ;
} LANTFLEX 52 mining i opera. Jay Stevens, ALC, leading that we
\ tions, has finally taken time to News every week so he could '
chief of the division, says their
clean up. The five enlisted men,, biggest problem is the married Only The Big Ones Bite Along keep abreast of the happenings "
one officer and one civilian technician men. Their personal difficul- aboard the station and Public

that comprise the crew,, ties of finding places for their Works "
had to put in a hectic week wives and dependents have to Banks Of The St. Johns Here From Transportation we understand -
I
though just getting things backto be considered and it's priority w.. Lu'u ,, ___-_ that Ray Hurst Leading-
normal. its naicwousiy simple. xou; man, and George Sweat, Mechanic
"number one" of the Receiptand hunkof
large hexagonal nut, a
------ -- --- Transfer. I get a length of string, 'a net a meat and you're in the crab- returned recently from a week's i
hunting trip and both reported i
business at NAS Jax.
-:- BREEZES -:- bing In one day four intrepids they had good luck. James Btidg- ;
I ers, Sr., Quarteiman Transportation I
from VP-861 went crabbing
Drunk (on telephone) : "Ish
Garage, enjoyed a shoot visit
i right off the wharf behind the
thish the fire department? enlisted barracks and had one- through the holidays with his son,
r Fire Chief: "Yes, what do you third of a GI can full of crabsin James Jr., who is in the Navy and y
.
want 1"Drunk two hours. stationed at Miramar, California ;
: "Shay, earl you send afire .
Fishing is also profitable in *
here? It's colder than
down" the St. Johns, for the modern Tom AnUreu, Quaiterman
Alaska, Isaac Waltons come back froman Chauffeur is still on his hunt

salesman: "Would you expedition well stocked ing trip Ernest Davis, Me
Magazine Woman's' Home Companion with bass, eels, bream, trout, chanic, has leturned from his
like
a croakers, drum and an occasional
T"Old hunting trip with 24 quail .
v gar or tarpon. Glad to James Fletcher and
see ,
Maid: "Would I? Come on i
Shrimp are still availableand Vernon Moore, Mechanics; back I
in. anyone; wanting to get his after week's illness with influ
,,,. fill of the delicacy need only II i
Someone
enza ( just called and I'
. .... "My holdup days are over. apply to the station police fora
wanted to know who influenza is. 1
I'll hang 'round these joints no t pass and bring his own net.Florida's )
Glad to see Lt. Carl Seitz, Trans- ;J
more. fishing, grounds\ are
Thus spoke the worn-out garter, among the best In the world portation Superintendent back at k
Collapsing on the floor 2, rON and the St. Johns stands near his desk, having been ill the past ".

, tJ" the top of the sport fishing list. week .
Wolf: "For two pins I'd kiss "_. And it's so simple andcheap Wanta have a Christmas dance? ;
." HAS.ilAV Well, we have all "
)'011 here at one planned.
Girl: "Take 'em. :My hair will _.___ __ It's to be held at Post 88, South- .4

come undone anyway," side, on Friday night, Dec. 21, 9 :,
sw 7rW/y wpxtirw ,
7. MWMIEN til 1 featuring Charlie Green's (
rw c Av KiEi9 Vi OyrE.e.resr
A recruit was on guard duty k 7NVENT/ON uuwwtMfwr PV 7NAI rtiicar ....? orchestra. Price of admission ,;

with specific orders to admit no iN rNk W0gl0 NVfN7/0N1 Wp MENIS, $1.50 per, couple, including tax,. _',
car unless it bore a special tag : '1

_. He stopped a tagless car bearing ,
Member of the! Recreation Committee \I
officer The guard
a high-ranking .,
have had numerous requests 1;
order his driverto
officer
heard the for a dance of1 this type to
through, and calmly .
right ,
go be held once more at the Amer-'
paid: "I'm sorry, sir, but I'm new
lean Legion Post 88 Hall. Mark

Bt this.?"Who do I shoot, you or thedriver """""' --........._- your calendar date now, you won'twant f

THE BANKS OF TilE ST. JOHNS-Like shootin' fish in to miss this one. This ta

Bride: "How do you like my a rain barrel, Kay Davis A )Z. holds the crab line whileLloyd the last recreation activity for the 'i;
pumpkin pie ?" Dalby. ADFJ, of VP-861, hauls in the giant crabs, along the shore calendar year and it'll be the best
Hubby: "It's just like mother line oithe St. Johns behind the enlisted barracks. Plenty in the way yet. Buy your tickets from any ;
used to make-when she was mad of fish, shrimp and crabs is being plucked out of the river by local member of the Recreation Com ;
.. r' at dad." Isaac Waltons. mittee.'

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Fleet Air Wing Courtmen ,Face


Cops Intra-Mural { 26-Game Slate
ti r

Bowling TogaFleet Jax Navy Fliers, who embark

Air Wing 11 copped first: upon their 1951-32 cage campaignFriday
face a 26-ga.me slate, including .
place in the intra-mural bowling
league contest last week, while collegiate and service ,
foes.
second, third, and fourth place The schedule features 13 home
team will bowl to determine the
games and 13 away on foreign
runner-up position. 3xt courts. Two games are .on tap
Members of winning team for
: next week one here and one away.
,
FAW-11 and their individual averages 3
The Fliers meet Charleston Dec.
are as folows Games: Avg. f ; 7 here, after a trip Dec. 4 to Mac-

Dan Senecal .............. 27 172 Dill Air Force Base.FLIERS' .

Comdr. Vorries ...._.... 23 171 CAGE SLATE ,
Ken Wallers ...._......- 33 166 !Iltv.30 Patrick AFB. home
Ed Balaz ....___...._ 11 164 aF' Dec. 4 MacDIll A.'B. away'. .
Joe Crevar __........32 162 1. 7 Charleston home -
Mike O'Shea __..._ 20 161 11 12 Rolllni Patrick College AFB away, away
Joe Mraz .. ......._ 9 155 11 Florida Frosh. home I
Lloyd Splitstone 17 145 Jan. 4 Stetson horn
Don Hindei liter __. 23 143 9 Georgia Teachers, away t
11 (Open)
IS: Charleston,away
a 16 ParrU Island, away
Keith CapturesWeel 18 Georgia: Teacher, away
22 (Open)
:24 MacDill AFB home
2*> Port Is Island home
Feb. 1 Moody API). home
2 Florida Southern, horn
5 Keller AFB. away
Pick Contest 8 Eglin AFU home
14 Florida Froth away
-
14 Stetson away
Lt. Paul E. Keith of OomFalr- I FLIERS OPEN CAGE SEA- 15 Keesler AFB. home
Jax was the uncontested winnerof SONExpected to be in the 14 22 Kxlln Rolllni: AFU., home away e ti
the Jax Air News Football starting lineup for the Jax :% Moody AFB, away
Special last week. lie missed Navy Fliers in their hardwood
5 predictions out of 21. opener against Patrick AirBase
Running a close second with here Friday night are Keglers Avenge Early
these former college performers. -
E. Wilke,
six misses were Fred
109 and John Bob Grabaz.: left) who Loss To City Opponent
Fasron -
ADI, from *Jir'I" 'r "" mumjuui w
at the NAS played Sevenlars for Syracuse -
W.Link Welch shack., civilian Wilke, on the University will be at one of the forward posts; Steve Zebos, Springfield center keglers, whit

strength of the tie-breaker, took (center) former University of Illinois standout, will be at center;, took a recent match from NAS

second place honors with his Leroy "Mutt" Pasco, (right, a returnee from last year and onetime bowlers, were topped in a return
of 14-7 for the Tennessee- The match on the NAS alleys last ., lr'
score TCU performer will be at one of the guard posts. open
week. Total pin difference was
final
The score
Kentucky game. is billed at 2015 at NATTCenter auditorium.
was Tennessee over Kentucky: er 162. High individual series. was
23-0. Welch's score of 19-14 posted by Ken Wallers of FAW-11
made him third place winner. Dance Follows GamesPlans with a 547 series and teammate

This was a week of many upsets Cogers Open Campaign Danny Senecal took high game
are being made for a with a 222.
and it showed in the pick-
ings of the local prognostica- dance to be held after each val

tors. In the also ran depart- sity basketball game played o I 14 following the Jan Florid
ment were only four contestantswith Against Patrick Friday the home court here at NAS, i Frosh game at NATTC auditorium 'r
seven misses. The remaining has been revealed. if plans work out. Music will'
contenders has misses running The first dance will be held Del be supplied by the NATTC band.

from 8 to 14. Jax Navy's 19:>1-52 basketball edition opens a tough 2C
Lt. Keith wins first prize of NATTCentei auditorium
slate tomorrow night at the ,
$3.00 cash award; Wilke takes game
second of a case of soft playing host to a Patrick Air Force Base quintet. FOOTBALL SPECIALSELECT
prize __. ..._._. _"__. 4.. 1 .
drinks from the Navy Exchange Th esity ixavy rucia jumvi v arJ -
ball at Missouri; Frank Kloss for.
stand while clash with the
drive-in drinks (Jayvees)
Welch walks off with third prize, Downing Athletic Club of the ward, one-time Adelphi College .. ..
a meal chit to the civilian cafe- Commercial League in the preliminary flash; Snake Sehringer, 6-foot, 4- THE WINNERS ..
Wallace and
inch, from Baldwin ,
teria. affair billed for 1830. 2-inch of Six Games For Dec. 1 .1
The Filers, coached by Frank Bud Duffy, 6-foot, ,
to have one of ous Falls College.
McCaffrey, appear
Traffic ViolationsListed their best squads in years. For Plenty of Experience (Home teams in right column)
Also 1 fighting for starting
the first time in several years talent -

below are the traffic violations of collegiate caliber has foundits berths are Bill Gay, formerly ol Navy...............u............._...vs.........................n.........Army

committed aboard this way here and the Fliers are Kentucky; Don Weisel Carol, of Phil lord Mc Missouri ..............................vs.................................Kansas
station for the period Nov. 15 to ham; Ward and
Nov. 19: being counted opposition upon to to all offer foes topnotch on- Kay. The latter two were members Baylor .................................vs.................................n.....Rice

Multiple Offenses: F. A. Jacobs, their schedule, which includes of last year's squad. Southern Methodist ..-.......vs.........._.......Texas Christian ..

SA-Reckless driving; Failed to service and college juintets.Plenty Several members of the squadare Hardin-Simmons .............vs..........................Texas Tech I.

stop for Stop sign-Five days loss of Reserve sporting early season little charley actionin Utah State ............:..............vs.--..........New Mexico:
of driving privilege. has been horses and may see
Speeding: A. D. Turney, AL2- working Coach the:McCaffrey past few weeks witha the opener, but over-all the Holy Cross ..........................vs?..................Uoston College I

10 days loss of driving privilege;; squad of 30 men and within the squad is in good shape.In Villanova ..............................vs:= ....,_..-............................Tu Is.\

L. J. Ferrerro, AD3-12 .days loss past few days has pared his varsity their next home fray, the( Notre Dame ....:...................vs.......__...........Southern Cal. ,. J

of driving privilege; B. Williams- squad to about 15. Those Fliers meet Fleet Charleston Dec. 7. Atlantic In the Auburn ................................,.s..A laban1aGeorgia
10 days loss of driving privilege;; will to Reserve ,
J. S. Laird, AA-10 days loss of lopped the junior off the varsity squad squad move which meantime they travel to Tampa ................................\5......................Geoigia Tech

driving privilege. will perform all season long as a Fla, to engage the MacDill Tulane ..................................vs......................................:LSU .

Miscellaneous Offenses: M. Hah unit. When the need arises Mc Air Force crew Dec. 4. Marquette ...........................vs...............-, _San Jose State

ner, AM3-Failed to turn in Station Caffrey can dig down into his week In two the Fliers warm-ilp dropped frays a 76-61 this! Vanderbilt ..........................vs............................Ten nessee

1'ag-CO for action. Jayvees to bring up replacementsfor verdict to the Jax Junior College Oklahoma ............................vs, .............Oklahoma A & M

Looking his varsity.good in recent scrimmage Alumni in a special exhibition a1' George Washington ...........vs.....................:.......Richmond

Safety. Engineer sessions have been Steve Lee High gym but turned bad Nebraska! ._..........................vs. ...................-.... .... ....Miami
Florida State varsity quintet by ; : : :
ebos< 6-foot, 5-inch 'center who a handy margin. Mississippi ..............-...........vs........_..Mississippi State

Position Open performed for two years at the East Kentucky State......-...vs'................................Stetson t I
University of Illinois; Leroy II

Applications are being requestedfrom "Mutt" Pasco, a guard returnee ,
qualified interested NAS who played several years at Texas Fall CupLinks (Predict the score of this game) ..1.1I

employees for the purpose of filling Christian; Guard Bob Grabazof

the position of Safety Engineer Syracuse University; Guard Play I Navy..............,........s...........vs..A: rn1Y I IN
GS-9, in the Industrial Relations Pat Voyles who played freshman

Department, it was announced am e_........_..___....._........_.... Rate/Hank...._......
by Industrial Memorandum Relations 71-51: 234 Gets Nears FinalsThe

Department Tally Unit Assigned T 0......._....._........._..........Ph on e__.........._
issued this week.
To 'qualify, an employee musthave stage is nearly completefor
completed a full four year Top Prize In'BreaktheBank' final play in the Fall Cup Rules
links tourney at the NAS course,
professional engineering curricu- with at least one finalist decidedin 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof r-
lum or must have had four yearsof each of the four flights. each winner by placing an (X) or checkmark after the ..
successful and progressive experience Erwin Scott moved into the finals team you select to win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) '
in safety engineering. In after the of teams think will to tic
FAW-11 took flight names you play a score.
Joe Crevar, of the championship
have had at
addition he must
, 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
the "Break Jud Pearson, 3 and 2.
.
of away 50 per cent of by defeating
least two years progressive professional count as losses unless predicted s. ,
winner of the
the Bank" bowling contest mon- He will meet the
safety experience, one McKee match. 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the
at Matnside alleys with & Ken Sutton-Craig
ey
picked as a tie-breaker. In case of a tie the person with
accomplished four matches to game
high game of 234, which was Scott has won
correct will win the contest.
the most nearly score
ty Engineer, GS-9. good enough for $15,85: first. move Dick into:Middleton contention.and Dave Moody 4. Entry.Blanks incompletely filled out will not be con-
\ Persons interested in filing for prize. sidered. Contestants must make all 19 selections plus indicating
Senecal pocketed $9.51 have won their way into the
this position should submit Standard Danny the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
game
.". when totaled 222 high first flight finals and will meet
he a pin
Form 58 to the Industrial Relations 5. In the event,. a game is postponed or rescheduled for
Officer no later than close for second place. Leroy Wilson for the flight title this week. any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final
of business 5 December 19a.l : of Special Services and Andy Jack Plva, who toppled Joe
ratings.
,
( FAW-11 tied at 211 Williams in 19 holes, advanced
Andriola of one-up .
later than 1630 -
r l ,. Entry blanks must be submitted not .. r
' Leo Durocher, recently named to split the $8.34 third prize Into the finals of the second Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Main AdministrationBuilding.
' baseball's "Manager of the Year," as the first contest closed. flight and will tangle with .

should have expected the pennant Next week another "Break Tony lalzzi for the crown. laiz- 7, All military and civilian personnel, with the excep-
, for his Giants and a World Series the Bank" contest opens witha zi topped Norman O'Bryan to tion of personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the I
chance way back in the spring. $:i.OO send off. Contestantspay move into the finals.In contest.
He and coach Fred Fitzsimmonswere 10 cents per game to com the third flight Cebe Howard I. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. I It.
told by a Miami fortune- pete. The first 250 game scoreor won his way into the final Winner will be announced in the Jan Air News the '
teller that Leo would have suc- better takes the pot, but if playoff. by downing John Zwrat- Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played.
cess in everything. But she did no one bowls a 250 by the end schka, 3 and 2. Howard will engage 19. First prize is $3.00 cash .award; second prize, a case
not name the series winner. She of the contest the three top the winner of the Moe At- of soft drinks; third, a free meal chit at the Civilian Cafeteria. I
:may already have told Casey howlers split the take on a 50, klnson-Capt. Allen Smith melee .t'
Stengel that bit of information. 30 and 20 per cent basis. for the third flight bunting. ..


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Fliers Drop 18-6 Verdict




To Pensacola.. in Final Tilt


I Playing one of their better games of the year, Jax -- !

Navy's Fliers were denied victory in their season's final ef- Luckless Fliers

fort, as an alert Pensacola eleven took advantage of the

I breaks to win a hard-fought bruising 18-6 victory on the.lo-. Close Campaign

k. cal greensward last Saturday.

I It was the season's finale for
-- ------- --- Norman snine Of Hard KnocksPlagued
the Fliers who went down to'their
seventh defeat in nine games, fail With fleet-footed Darrell Spang
all with Injuries
ing to Improve on last year's record out with an injury, the brunt of season
to addi-
players, plus
key many
of two wins in eight frays. the .Utack fellon Mike Norman
tional strokes of ill luck, Jax Na-
Pensacola still has one more to gobelore"hanglng who performed brilliantly. The vy Fliers failed to improve OA
the taking
up gear, Newnan, Ga. flash repeatedly last year's gridiron record, win-
on the Miami B" team this
week swept for huge gains against the ning only two games of nine, dur-
.J Goslings.The ing the 1951 campaign.The .
The Fliers, led by hard-running
Mike Norman, a real triplethreatall Fliers dominated the gamein Fliers won over Patrick Air
season, and especially againstthe the first half and got off to a Force Base, 20-0, and upset Pa-
the Pen- first quarter lead. The Goslingstied tuxent River, Md. Bombers, 13-8,
._ _.______.__. .__ .. _m....__....... ._um. .__. sacolans Goslings and looked outplayed good. It was the game in the second quar- for their only wins, while losing
their defense which ter and put the two clinchers 42-0 to Stetson; to Eglin Field,
TRIPLE TIIREAT PICKS UP YARDAGE-Fliers' ace halfback porous pass
across in the fourth. 27-7 Parris Island, 63-13; Florida
caused the downfall. The Fliers ;
Mike Norman slashes through the Pensacola line for a neat train
in the fray played here last Saturday. lie moved past Hal Harmon were able to gain plenty of groundand ,Quarterback Jim Carnes set up State University, 39-0; Fort
No. 12) in this dash. Norman, a thorn in the side of the Gos- pick up yardage through the the first score of the game when Jackson, 63-7; Norfolk Navy, 25-:
lings all afternoon, put on one of his most brilliant performances air, and at the same time stoppingthe he returned a Gosling punt to the 0, and Pensacola, 18-6, in the season's *
but it wasn't enough as the Pen&acolans took the measure of the Gosling rushing attack. But Pensacola 40-yard line.; Halfback finale last Saturday.Toug'.i .
liters, 18-6. The fray closed the season for the locate who won two two goed pass plays gave the In- Mike Norman passed to Schedule
and lost seven during the 1951 campaign. vaders the victory. George Shotwell for six yards and Coach Harry Knickelbine's lads
then plunged to the 25. Norman faced the toughest schedule ever
Wallace Captures swept his right end for another 12 cooked up for a Naval Air Sta
yards, but Jax was penalized backto tion grid team. Several of this
Blind Bogey Meet\ ., the 25.: On the next play from year's Fliers' opponents were na

Bob Wallace annexed the week- scrimmage Shotwell ambled into ational powerhouses, not only la
ly blind bogey last week with a the end zone carrying a Norman service competition, but also out
low 77 and also made the longest pass, good for 25: :yards. Gene side the service. Fort Jackson:
Barbush failed on the conversionand and Parris Island were consideredtwo
drive and shot closest to the
pin. Tom Burnam and P. F. Cun- WS5otts Jax Navy led 60.Pensarola ). of the strongest service teams
in the nation both handing Jax
ningham were close behind in therunners' I Ties Count ,
sound whippings. The only two
slot. John Zwatsch-
up Gene Barbush kicked to Shep- college foes on the locals' schedule -
ka dropped the longest putt. ard in the end zone and the Goslings Stetson and Florida State,
marched from their own 25
Station Course Adds to the Fliers' 25 with power plays teams in this section of the na
alone as the first quarter ended. tion.
Assistant
Pro Jim Brunk, standout quarterbackfor Record Big Upset
The. Naval Air Station golf Decisions Fasron Six 12-0 the Goslings flipped a pass to Material of college caliber that 't
course has added an assistant' pro I Robbie Robinson for nine yards has found its way to other military '
to its staff He is Fred Ghioto, and "Shep" She par d plunged installations, leas not forth
whose primary duties will be to I To Take NAS League Grid CrownThe through the middle to tie the coming here at Jax. With the I

give lessons. Formerly at the score. Ed Riley's kick was no talent it had, Jax was forced to
Philadelphia Country Club, Sa- NAS intra-mural touch football crown rests on the Naval good and the score stood 66. compete against competition out
wano Country Club, and previously Hospital brow as a result of a 12-0 shellacking the Medics handed The third period was scoreless of its class.

at the NAS layout in 1949, FuronSix. in. the league. championship, game held last Friday. although the Fliers penetrated One of the two wins, the 13-6
Ghioto will be in charge of the me largest crowd Of me sea- Gosling territory consistently and upset of Patuxent, was consid-
Group Program for Ladies of the hand to the lead- hole in center whenever necessary, once were stopped on the 13yardline. ered in some service circles as the
son was on see
shone on the line for the winning
The
of the
station. biggest upset season.
ers, who had tied for top spot, Hospital combine.Lejeune .
'fight it out.Hospital In the fourth period following Bombers wer unbeaten prior to ..
an exchange of punts, the Gos- the upset by Jax. .
NAS
NA TIC Cecil represented in
The Fliers tallied ten touchdowns W
lings got possession on their 35.
the NAS-NATTC base championship -
r AE Marines Jim Brunk passed to :Mais for and six extra points fora
fray Tuesday against( total of 66 points as compared
three and Robinson was stoppedat
School of NATTC. Results
Golfers Pacing I were scrimmage. Main for five to 42 touchdowns and 40 extra
.I. not available at time. ran ,
press Ft. EustisIn
Play then twenty, hit pay dirt from 5: points for a total of 283 points for
: Rough Fray yards out for the 12th point. The the opposition. :
Local CircuitsNATTC
The first half was scoreless and Cigar Bowl kick was bad as Pensacola led 800"911'8 Record
mighty rough. Penalties flew 126. Jar Navy Steteos.

held on to its slim lead thick and fast. Both teams oper- Tampa, Fla (AFTS) The Invaders o ........................................... ._ 42
in the intra-mural American ated out of the single wing with Camp Lejeune Marines will meet Rally In: Navy Patrick r .

League .golf competition, by, top- occasional shifts to the T. the Ft. Eustis Army Transportation Attempting to get back into 20 ....... ... '. .. ..'.. ... .. 0
ping Operations 2% to l'/j. Ronnie Rosen and Chuck Huntz team in the sixth annual Cigar the fray, the Fliers drove deep in Jar Navy: : :: ::: :::::: : :: :Eglia 1
NAB6-ADM, crowding the leaders were the cogs in the Fasronites' Bowl football game in December Gosling territory in the fourth pe 7 ....... ..... .. .. ..... .... 27
'f ." knocked Supply down with a running machine while the aerialsin ,I riod. Mike Norman unleashed a Jaw :Navy:' Parris h.

I 3-1 win to pick up % a point in Hospital's attack were taken pass that was intercepted by Pen 13 ..................... ........ .... ...........- 63Jas 1.,
Lejeune has won five, lost one
the sacola's Bill Bean the
race on Gosling r.tuU'nt;
of Walsh and Sam Navy
.I Naval Hospital dropped O&R Chessar.care by Extra Gary point tries were and tied one in (tames against 25: to halt the attack. Halfback 13 ............................. ..... ....... ... 6Jaz
3'a to '3 to move into third stifled. both collie and" Service op Shepard led the invaders back to Navy F'8Uo

place. ponents. They whipped St. Bon- mid-field on the ground and then _.............. .. ................ .... .. 39 .,
, J 'It was anybody's game until aventure, tied Xavier of Ohio,
The National League golf race connected to Mats who went all Jax }'f. Jackson

appears to be one-sided with Cecil late in the second half when Ken and lost 16-0, to Boston Uni the way to the end zone on a 'i .Navy................... ...................... .... 63
Field way out in front. Fas- Burger passed to Gary Walsh who versity. They lost only to Ft. sleeper play. Riley's kick was Jar Norfolk

ron-109 second place holder is 11 went over for the first six points. Jotkfeon In Service contests. wide and the final score was Pen- 0 Navy........................... 25 ;
points behind the leader and Fas- Passes Tell Story Ft. Eustis has scored six: winsin sacola, 18; Jax Navy, 6. Jar Navy I'emaeola t

ron Six in third place, is 144! A few minutes later after a seven stal ts. They lost to Ft. 6 ......................................... .. 18 '
points behind the lODers. double reverse and a little razzle- Campbell by a single point. STATISTICSJ... J.,.... :

Last place ComFairJax lost to dazzle, Sam Chesser finally ended First Down ... .. .. 9 I I 66 .... ... ... ...... ... 2S3
Fasron-109, 6-3, while Fasron Six Yards lIuIIIIDK .. .. ... 1M. 17llard. .
up with the ball on the mid-field The story of how Bob Zastrow 'oulDI ... .... .. /18 $9rase. !
I and NARTU tied with a 6-6 score stripe. He threw a beautiful TD came to Navy from Algoma Attemp' tad 17 14P.s.c.
. Fasron Six lost to FAW 11-VP3 toss to Walsh. The conversionwas Wisconsin centers around a coke., : ('ompleted: ::::::: a 7 Mittmen Eye 1
.. ..
i by a 6-3 n1ngln.I and ".nt' Jntue'ptt'd e 2
short
stopped Hospital Visiting in Green Bay, Wisconsin Number farts .. .. .... S 5
I A RICAN:: took the game 12-0. in 1947, Red Coward, the J'u.t A"r'le .. ..... -4.\ 4eFumlies
I PtR. The Hospital defensive line was plebe coach, bumped into Clark ..... 4 S Saufley FoeDecember j
... NATTC ...................................... 25: % the main for the Medics' Hinkle, former Packer great in a Fumbles lteco.ered .. 4 S
reason )',uol&l'. .. .. . .. .. .. 25 S.\
NAB6-ADM: ............................ 23!%>> victory. Pete Cooper played a drug store sipping a coke. "Look- (
Hospital ............_..................? 19 tremendous defensive end post ing for a good boy?"' Clark asked. here who's really got it." Coward 10A
Supply .............?...................... 16% and Depe Smith, who slugged a "There's a kid in Algona near wasted no time.
Operations ................................ 16 ring squad from Saufley J
COM-PW-OAR: ........................ 7% I '. \ Field, Pensacola, will invade the
NATIONAL I>h. \.:.,.. ,. station next Thursday, Dtc.: 13 x
Cecil' Field ._............................ 70'4 n.:' > ; :; '$.*> 6:, > \ : : 'i ,' for a mitt smoker to be staged ,"
Fasron-109 .............................. 59'jFainon > 7 at NATTC gym. .
Six .. .................-..... 45 r" Coming here for the first time, .
FAW 11-VP3 ......................... 41 the Pensacolans have been defeated ,
. rNARTU ..... ........ .................... 36% by Green Cove Springs
I .. ComFairJax _.... ............... .. 19% once this year, as were the Jax ,
ring battlers. The Pensacolacrew
will try to even the eeoieagainst r4
Volleyballers To the Covers in a card elated -
.
. for Gren Cove Dec. 10. The '

Compete In Meet latter match should serve: as a .
measuring stick of Jax and Suf-

At St. PeteA ley lingmen.
Members of the Jax Navy squad
twelve-man group will travelto will engage Cecil Field battlersin
St. Petersburg Saturday to a fistic! duel Dec. 10 at Cecil .

represent Jacksonville Navy in Field. '. .
the Third Annual Volleyball Cecil is also in the process of t oil.

Tournament to be held in the St.r bringing its ringmen into shape '". .
.' ... Petersburg Y. M. C. A. Saturday. for) future smokers: to te held ;.
Jax Navy won the tournament there. 'f'e .
last year. t .

Ralph Callahan, Dean Miller, --..",...'".........._._"'" ,...,. ,.., '. ", ,,,.....--- '" ..... ._, _. -.--- -. .-------- --.----- .-- --_.._.. By winning the National League i"J
John Cram, James Nunn, Billy batting championship with a .355 '

:Manly, Russell Cummings, Edward HOSPITAL CLICKS-Here's an example of the foordinated-team-work of the Naval Hospital's average Stan Musial passed Ted "t'
Weinstead, Harry Wagoner, touch football squad which captured the NAS intra-mural league title by downing Fasron Six, 12- Williams as leading active bat ..;.
James Pitts,' George Peltier, Joe 0, last Friday. Gary Walsh (with ball), finds a raping hole as he slides through for a sizable: rain ter in the majors. Musial lifetime -
Binczak, and Joe Simons compose in the league title fracas. Doing the blocking for Walsh are Jim Crumm Depe Smith and Ken Burger mark is 3473. Williams i*
the teams which will be coached light jerseys). Attempting to stop the play are Fasromtes (black jerseys) Tom Reitman, John hitting .3466<< after this n lSQa'>

by {'hiet,111 Is. Campbell and Chuck Hontz. play.


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G Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 29 November 1951


-. 421 Ideas Submitted Locally



I : : J Navy Awarded Achievement Plaque-



i For Beneficial Suggestion ProgramThe


,; Department of the Navy was honored by the National Association
of Suggestion Systems when it was awarded the Achievement
Plaque for the highest percentage of increased participation in sug
guestlon .s systems In government during calendar year 1950.
near Admiral w. McL, Hague. -
Chief Office of Industrial Rela- do not have to pertain merely to
tions, received the award from the employee's particular phase of
Sam W Rubinstein, President of work but 'can pertain to any function
the National Association of Suggestion of the station or the Navy
Systems, at the annual which will result In savings.
c convention held at Detroit on When one realizes that the story
Nov 12 and 13. of the life of man Is actually .
In accepting the Plaque, Admiral nothing but a milestone of Ideas
I Hague told the assembly from whence we have graduatedfrom
that he was merely accepting the the cave man days to the
r M'i'i x Plaque for the administrators of present atomic age the power and
J t the Navy Suggestion Systems and value of ideas can readily be de
for all employees who were the termined. Ideas are needed now ti
1 I contributing factor towards attainment to help step up our defense program '
i I of this award. and to increase the efficiency
} '. '
I Submit of operations.
; 36,823 Idea
ak Employees should plan to sub
,. I He stated that it gave him mit at least one beneficial suggestion -
great pleasure l to accept the during calendar year 1952
Plaque and that he did not believe and help increase the standard

I the employees of the Navy of operation of their shop department -
I were satisfied with the records
station and the Departmentof
t tP attained and he felt sure they ; the Navy.
i would continue to strive to better I .
P their record each succeedingyear.

RECEIVE GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS-Three Naval Air Station WAVES were recipients of I
I their second Good Conduct Awards last week. Making: the presentation was Capt. Douglas T, nay.I I In 1950 Navy employees sub
111 NAS commanding/ officer (left). WAVES are. left to right, Margaret Oilmen, IIM3, Malaria-Mos mitted a total of 36,823 suggestions
I quito Control Unit; Lois Ford, PI13, Parachute Loft, and Marjorie Clarke TE1, Communications. for a 14.4% employee par
-- ticipation per 100 employees. Of
1 -i i the total submitted, 11,191 ideas

i rmmz J Breezing of those a percentage processed of were adoption adoptedfor of

I 0 & R 32%. For these Ideas employees I Best wishes to Alice Smith
I received a total of $251,852.00 in WAVE assigned to Military Per
Around Initial awards combined with additional sonnel office, who was married to
(Items offering; for sale articles awards amounting to $13,* Donald Gene Koljeskl of Fasron
j of property such as washing 768.00.It Six last Wednesday. Another
machines, automobiles, furniture, was estimated that these newly-wed Is Sally Arnet of Class
radios, clothing and the like is 1'er''-.onal Administrative Chief and Mrs. Martin E. Denton, ideas would result in a total savings Accountability, who became a
prohibited by Defense Department Joseph O'Connell, Shop Person proud parents of Linda Susan who of $6,014,000 during the first bride Saturday, Nov. 24.
regulations. This column nel Supervisor, is missed by the arrived Oct. 25. Chief Denton> is year these ideas would remain In Kay Parker of Accounting

will, however, list such services as Personnel gang. Good luck to Joe a Test Pilot, assigned to Flight operation. In addition, untold intangible Branch served as maid of honorat
available housing rides wanted, on his Engineered Performance Test Inspection Division. benefits such as high the wedding of her cousin, Mrs.
lost and found articles, and other Standard's work. Shades of Neptune! Man over morale, improved safety and Edward Alliston, in Waycross last
similar notices). All hands welcome Lcdr. Fred- board! Voyette Smith was fish health improved working conditions week-end. Former Procurement

erick C. Kidd from the Inspection ing at White Shell Camp when changed procedures and improved employee Jere Roberts, now with
FOR KENTUnfurn. Group to the Personnel and Administrative somebody suggested moving the employee relations were Supply Department at NAS Pen-

5-rm. apt., garage, Brent- Office. Lt. CharlesC. boat-Voyette, always eager to obtained. sacola, paid a visit to Third Deck
wood. Walter Rodgers, 533 Linwood Schmehl is also a newcomerand please started yanking up the NAS Submit 431 Friday.
Ave., Ext. 515 or Ph. 4- is assigned as the Safety and anchor, the chain snapped and Olive Rucker Is on temporaryduty
4050. Security Officer. overboard he went still hangingon. NAS employees contributed to in O&R Department An

2 sleeping rms., kit. prlv. 2518 Office personnel are planning to When he was finally rescued the Navy's 1950 records by sub- ardent new fan of television pro
mitting a total of 421 suggestions
Park St. Abe :Martin, Ph. 8- take in the Apprentice Dance on and calmed down, the party had grams is Ernest Fell, who recently -
0712. Nov. 30: from 8 to 12 at the Legion to take off for home as the com during calendar year 1950. Of purchased a set Edith
this number 228 ideas were adopted -
motion had scared the fish into
Post 88 the Southside. These Mattox of First Deck has beenon
on
Furn. rm., 2333 Post St C. M. other and awards totaling $6,401.53were
Gladman, Ph. 75658. are always enjoyable affairs and ports. leave while her son and daugh-
paid on the basis of local
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are to the public. ter-in-law, of Melbourne are in
:3 furn. 2601 Park St. :Mrs. open savings. Investigation of these
rms. ,
Crash! lUng! Slam! The office town. Former U. S. Vice-Presl-
Bessie Houston, Ph. 8-2770. ideas revealed that NAS Jacksonville
The IiupertUin Group party force in the Main Inspection Office dent Charles Dawes, who died recently -
would benefit in the amountof
Furn. 4-rm. bungalow, 4055 San held at the American Legion Hallon looked up In consternation.The was the uncle of Betty
$150,374.73 during the first
Juan. Mr. Stinson, Ph. 22424.Rm. San Juan avenue, Saturday noise was coming from the Hoyt, n&0 Section.
these ideas would be in
single & dble., $6 & $8 per Nov. 3 was a huge success. There vicinity of the Inspection Chief's eration.To year op Friends of Jo Chauvin are wish

wk. C. W. Parker, 720 Acosta, was a good turnout. Among the desk. All that could be seen, date, NAS employees have ing her good-bye and good luck
l h. 77975. notables in attendance was Capt. waving in the breeze, were two this week, as she is
submitted total of
452
Will share home, 3039 College St. William E. Kenna, Overhaul and large brown shoes. When he was It is a hoped that during suggestions calendar sonville with her Marine husband
Mrs. L. M. Thompson, Ph. 8- officer. All agreed that finally fished out, it was Chief for his new post in Miami.
Repair 1952
9154 after 1900. year employee paiticipatlon I. .
A.
Michael George, who had trust
should ha'esuch
the Inspection Group will double and the Committee

2-rm. furn. apt., 826 May St., near ed that dratted, tricky chair that's
5 Points, $50 mo. Mr. Ellington get-together parties more has set a tentative goal of VF-11 Awarded
per always; turning over.We I
often and it is the intention of 100 suggestions per month for
Ph. 7-6048 after 1800. the party committee to plan a social I would like to offer a word this period.
Unfurn. 3bdrm., two-story house, I (Continued from Page 1))
event at least once a quarter. of praise to Julius W. Laster Jr. ('han<'e For All
$75 per mo. Mrs. Arthur Turner Congratulations ate in order for Julius possesses a rare and enviable Employees are reminded that fitting for in 1928 to 1930 he was t'
Ph. 24991. talent. He draw commanding officer of the 'RedRippers'
can quickly ideas do not have to be revolutionary -
Furn. rm.. pvt. ent., kit. priv.,
anything he sees or can make an world but as the squadron is known.
C. PanIsh.run
Ave. Mrs. W. or astounding,
2312 College St. Mrs. M. Clark. accurate drawing from a word de of While under the command or Admiral
merely an application new or
SALE
Ph. 7-6249. scription. It is said that his watercolors Hardison then Lcdr, the
old ideas. The is to actually
goal
Will share home, Lakeshore, $15 27 ft. Roycraft Trailer, furn. App.
are very, very beautiful. squadron also sported the BattleEfficiency !
to the Department
bring savings Navy
per wk Mrs. LeGrand, Ph. 2- $10&5.00 or trade for equity in '
Julius has never had a lesson and its Ideas 'E, but on Curtis Hawk
operation
7216.. house, Trouts Trailer Park, H. and has been drawing since rally F6C4 fighter planes instead of the

Furn. rm., kit. priv., 5535 Brent. C. Petee. school days. He is 27 years old AT2. Heavenly days! Look at modern day jets.
S/Sgt. Leavitt, NATTC, Bldg. 29-ft. house trailer, Prairie Schooner and veteran of World War II. that lineup! Attention please! Entries will be made In the per
425, Ext. 8210. aluminum, $2400. V. A. The welcome mat is out to Calvin Ulysses Grant. Robert Lee and sonnel records of each officer and
Furn. 2-bdrm. apt., 2316 Herschel.Mrs. Boucher, Lot No. 125, Azalea enlisted of the squadron for
A. Holt, MEW2; Ulus R. C. i so close to Zachary Taylor. There'llbe men
Toole, Ph. 74257. Trailer Park. I Grant, AE2: Robert Lee Eleazer 'I'I no fooling around in the Inspection their contributions toward winning
Unfurn. 6-rm. house, $100 per mo. Will sell equity in 3-bdrm. masonry I AD2: and Zachariah L. Griffin, 'i Group now the 'E' for VF-11.
Timuquana Manor. :Mrs. Mar home, $2200, balance __-.- ----- -

Sleeping tin, Ph.rm.27822., $10 per wk., 317 small shore. monthly Mrs. Smith payments Ph. ,65769.Lake- '. $24,481 C History


Great tis, Ph.Oaks 11284171.Circle. A. B. Cur Riders MISCELLANEOUS wanted--From: ; Springfieldor I hitgCiaYii;; ; ;;; ; Record i

Unfurn. 4rm. apt., 336 W. 6th St. Riverside, $730-1600. .". A. Navy Chest
Mrs. George Gounaris, Ph. 4- Powell, Ext. 8112 or Ph. 6-5189
5759.
after 1730.Riders .._
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Furn.bdrm.. garage apt., $50 o wanted to Pittsburgh Naval Air Station Jacksonville at the Naval Air Station can val County Chapter, National
per mo., Murray Hill area. Mrs. share expenses, leaving Dec. 21, is "sticking- its take pride in knowing that their Society for Crippled Childrenand
Mueller, Cassett Ave., Ph 2- returning Dec. 31. Mrs West, in addition to
8779. chest out" in proud exultation support of the Carnival had Adults, Inc
Ext. 8395. along with other civic much to do with the success of the $24,481 to the CommunityChest.
Unfurn. 1bdrm. apt., 3545 Post St. Riders or members in car pool the Community Chest campaign.As .
Mrs. J. H. Martin. wanted, Southside Spring Parkto organizations and citizensin
'* '*
Funi. rm. home Mrs. Isaac M. It has been pointed out
priv., NATTC, 0730-1610. C. helping the CommunityChest
Ph. 2-3380. McCranie, Ext. 8531. before, the annual Navy Charity With sucli tremendous success
drive in Jacksonvilleto Carnival held here at NAS is realized from the Navy Charity
Fuin. 4-rm. house, garage, 4237 Wanted--Navy man to assist in
the for the for the of raising Carnival, officials here are wasts
y Irvington $55 per mo. Mrs. driving to Galveston, Texas. soar over top staged purpose
Watson, Ph. 23615. Will leave Dec. 8. return Dec. first time since 1915.A funds for charity, thus ing no time In getting startedfor
the various and the 1952 event to be heW
Will share home. Mrs. Dolman, 15. Contact Dr. B. J. McClos- total of $488,496.78 In eliminating sun
Ph. 2-,,808, key, 2720 Park ,$t., Ph. 2-6108. pledges and contributions was dry drives throughout the year. in the SprlnsCommittees are
i derived from the Carnival now to plan for the
Single & dble. fum. Mrs. J. Money meeting
rms. Ride wanted-From Riverside and realized from the drive, breaking
1 C. Somers, 1628 Challen Ave., Barrs to NAS, vicinity of Post every Community Chest Is pro-rated among various huge undertaking, one in which
NAS
at
approved charitable organizations practically ever person
Ph. 2-5008. Office, 07301630. Martha Baker record.
Will share home, 1319 HamiltonSt. Ext. 401 or Ph. 8-2967. The Naval Air Station's checkof In the Jacksonville area. has a part.
Mrs. :Marchua: Ph. 83829. Ride wanted-4619 Kingsbury to $21,481 was the largest single '* '* '* Only three times in 27 years

Will share home, Springfield. Mrs. NAS, 08001630. Miss Taylor, contribution ever made in the The "good will" and tremendous has Jacksonville gone beyond iU
Miller, Ext. 658. Ext. 401.Leaving history of the Chest. The money effects of the Carnival i is: Community Chest goal-in 1942 (
Z rms., kit. priv. Mrs. D. F. Jod- for Dallas, Texas, Mon., given to the Chest by the Navy told in donations made to date 1944, and 1915. The largestsum
on ja, Ph. 2-8586. Dec. 3. Anyone desiring ride was raised by the huge Navy from money realized in the 1951 raised before this year WM
i Furn 2-bdrm. brick house, Lakeshore contact Lt. Warren, Ext. 395. Charity Carnival held here last Carnival held in May. To date, in 1945, when $493,000 was: con

2346 Somerset H<1. Mrs. Baby Sitter, day or evening, Mrs. May. As a result, the Charity $40,023 has been distributed to tributed.The .
Holden, Ph. 2-4886. Virginia Hanley, Ext. 810i. Carnival has sold itself to the five charitable organizations, victory of thin year'aChest
Furn rm. pvt bath, 1729 Dog Baby Sitter. Janelle Schultz, Ext. public for goodY $12,958 going to Navy Relief drive was termed aa .
wood Place, Fairfax: Manor. 8326. Auxiliary; $863 to American "team1' effort, with the Navy

Mr*. J. P. Grace, Ph. 2-4573, Will care for child up to 5 yrs. of Military and civilian personnel Cancer Society; $863 to Duval its personnel and its employee,
after 1700. age. Mrs. Booth, 4008B, Dew- of the various commands'!, along County Cancer American Heart proud to b4 a member of that
: Ran ic board, 2937 Algonquin ey Park. with their families and friends Association; and $863 to the Du "team." 5 ,


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