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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: December 13, 1951
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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a 3 ? a w eVN a p Yearly InspectionToday


is the biggest day of the year for more than 1,000
,
e-d Naval Air Reservists who train at the Jacksonville Naval Air

tam-- Reserve Training Unit based here.
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mE.. After months of preparation, J. McCaul, Commander Marine i',
fey f C this is the day the active duty '"
Air Reserve Training.:
complement of the NARTU itself
I't'.y Thorough Inspection
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well the "WeekendWarriors"
' as as
Active duty complement per-
heat of six Organized Re. sonnel were to stand inspectionat
serve squadrons, who train on
C800 this following
morning
'I'eas week-ends, will undergo their which Admiral Moebus and Gen-
annual Military Inspection by the eral McCaul and their staffs began
, Chief of Naval Air Reserve
"dtB -- conducted
inspection tour
TO BE ON HAND AT REVIEW-Heading; the list of civic and military dignitaries slated to Training, Rear Adm. Lucian. A. of the a various spaces and de-.
attend the annual Military Inspection of the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit today Moebus.At partments.Tonight's.
or'c .. are Francis P, Whitehair (left), Undersecretary of the Navy, who will be principal speaker; Rear the same time, active duty big ceremony for the
Adm. Lucian A. Moebus (center), Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training:, who will head the inspecting Marines of NARTU Jax, as wellas "Weekend Warriors" will com-
a- ; party, and Brig. Gen. Verne J. McCaul (right), Commander Marine Air Reserve Training. More the Marine Air Reserve of mence at 2000. Admiral Moebus
or than 1/000 reservists will "come to attention" en masse in the big: military review, which annuallyis Fighter Squadron VMF-144. will and General McCaul and key
one of the most colorful events held here. be inspected by Brig. Gen. Verne members of their staffs will give I
''n1h 1 th d. I
personne' u. e reserve aqua
Civilians HereTo rons personal scrutiny. I
Following the personnel inspection -
t"f senior officers will take'
Igr Get Extra their places 2>n the speakers' fl
stand along with other disting !
J11 }{ HB.flJlli3VOL9 uished military and civilian i

C.La Long Holidays NARTU guests. Captain Jax commanding Easton B. officer Noble, I 1

Civilian employees of the [ will introduce the speakers. I
oJ, :; Whitehair To Speak
I Navy will benefit with an I Principal speaker of the evening I:

to extra long Christmas and I will be Under Secretary of
.c New Year weekend this No. 37 U.S. NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. 13 Dec., 1951 I the Navy Francis P. Whitehair.

.1n\ year, through the Presi Week Long Drive Senator Representative George Charles Smathers E. Ben-and
dent's decree that both /NI/IN//MINI/INI///111' """/111"/11111111''/1111'''111/////1//N///NI//INIIN/IININI
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'n Mondays preceding the holidays I make short addresses as will

Ire will be non-work days. Next Week's Issue Aim To Make Station TopsIn ville.Mayor Haydon Burns of Jackson

1$ Actually, however they will Among the many leading civic
Final For 1951Units
off the
1y rate no extra time from and militAry leaders to be on
, job, since the Navy has declared
i who wish to publish accounts hand include Rear Adm. GlennB.
1le that the Monday holiday
Defense Bond Davis Commandant Sixth Na-
I, must be compensated for by of their holiday plans and ProgramDefinite val District; Maj. Gen. Mark
I, working each successive Saturday ,-
affairs or wish to feature cer- Lance, Adjutant General of Stateof
,I' 1 1S 1c 1r' 1t Ordinarily Saturday is a
- non-work day. tain timely articles, are remind. plans have been formulated by the Civilian Florida; Capt. Douglas T. Day,

I At the Naval Air Station em. ed that the next issue of Dec. 20 Bond office with a view towards making NAS Jacksonville commanding officer of Naval Air
Station, Jacksonville Capt. Lester
ef1. ployees of the Overhaul & Repair will be the final issue of 1951. I the Number-One Bureau of Aeronautics activity in civilian K. Rice, commanding; / officerof

. department other than The Jax Air News will sus- U. S. Defense Bond participation during 1952. NATTCenter, and Capt. Fred

plant maintenance personnel, pend publication for two weeks The first step in the plan will eric W. Priestman, former NAR-
will take a full week of annual bonds actually borrow from
you TU commanding officer and now
after the Dec 20 issue. Publica be a person-to-person canvass of :
leave starting at noon Friday, all NAS civilian employees who yourself to meet an emergencyand Coordinator, Naval Air Reserve.
Dec. 21. They will report back tion will be resumed Jan. 10. are not presently participatingin no co-signer is required and Other visitors will include Earl

iI i for duty the day after New /11/1//////1//////11/1111//111/1111/1111/11111/11/11/11111"1II""IIIIIIIIIIIIIII""IIII"IIIltllIIIIIIII""II'"I"IIIIIIII 111111,11111/111111111111111/111111/ """ the payroll savings,: plan. The there is no interest or handling C. Williamson president Jack-
I Year's. charges to pay. (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3))
The annual shutdown of the I drive which began:{ with a meet- I .
- i department is used to carry out Owning Or Use ing of all representatives yesterday I
ARE in
- BONDS shares Free
I will Dec. 18.
through
run
essential shop maintenance programs dom. Purchase of bonds: means New Employees
/ that would otherwise Lcdr. Charles L. Garrettson cherishing and believing in the
Ol Fireworks Industrial Relations officer and
disrupt production.
American of life. Not
r' I Technically the Christmas Civilian Bond officer in openingthe one can afford way to buy a $50 every-or I Undergo SpecialOrientationPeriod
holiday period starts at the sta. drive expressed his desire to $100 bond each pay day, but the
I tion Dec. 15 and runs throughJan. Is Banned Here attain the high. recognition for offers the opportunityfor
r'd I II 7. All personnel, militaryand NAS Jacksonville, pointing out system employees to buy shares of :

r'i civilian will be permittedto Owning or exploding: fire that it was a challenge to all rep- freedom on the installment plana
take special leave or liberty resentatives and employees. It
minimum of $3.75 per pay I Some 35 new civil service employees -
works the Naval Air Stationor -
I during that time chargeable to on was his opinion that NAS could day for diem and a minimumof of the station heard the

I accrued leave, at the heads.discretion' In Dewey Park is prohibited reach a record. *high. .during 1952. $6.25 per per pay day for per an- report that 80 per cent of civilian
of department
according to Station Order No. num employees. misdemeanors was failure to report -
I TilE PAYROLL savings, plan,
: The participation rate at NAS absences, as they sat in on
651.This as it has been pointed out many Jacksonville is below the Navy's the first of a two-session, five-
is in accordance with the
; Top Chaplain times is one of the most effec-
desired 65 per cent. A break- hour indoctrination training pro
laws of the State of Florida and tive actions which individualscan down of the participation by de- gram last Friday.

city ordinances of the City of take during this emergency partments is shown to be: The program, which introducesnew
1I Lauds EffortsAt Jacksonville, which prohibits the period to relieve inflationary Department Percentage/ employees to the station and
price pressures and help to Operations 88 its policies, is under the cogni-
sale or possession of flrewol ks. strengthen,: the national economy. Communications 81 zance of Industrial Relations department
NATTCNaval Fireworks include firecrackers The plan, too, provides an auto and is conducted by
skyrockets, Roman candles matic system for savings and affords Administration 75 I Edison O. Umstot and authorized
Air Technical TrainingCenter's pin wheels, torpedoes and any an opportunity to save Industrial Relations 73 by Wilbur E. Gough.
Character Guidance I other explosives used as a fire through the deduction method Supply and Fiscal 63 I Well Rounded Course

I Program received the close obser- works display. Personal savings. held safely in Public Works 62 I Instructors are drawn from O
Ii vation of Rear 'Adm. Stanlev W. Parents of children living on United States Savings Bonds are 62 & R, Public Works, Supply and
i Salisbury, Chief of Navy Chap- the station or In Dewey Park savings which may be'exchangedfor Security I Industrial Relations. All new employees
I lains and Capt. Roy E. Bishop, will be held responsible for com currency without delay at any Physical Training and Welfare 60 ; are obliged: to completethe
staff chaplain for Naval Air pliance with this order by their bank when unforseen expenses Overhaul and Repair 58 I training, held every Friday
Training: Pensacola. during their children arise and cash is needed. With Medical and Dental 50CHAPLAINS morning. When training is com
; visit of NATTCenter last Thurs I -. ,-- pleted they have a sound idea ot
day. : what the Navy expects; the organization -
I Both chaplains were highly ,/ of their respective departments
It pleased with the program at NA ; privileges,:: and restric
TTC as evidenced in the counseling -
I tions to be observed; and civil
I setup, the additional worship service policies governing proce-
!' services, religious instruction dures all the way from promotions -
classes and cooperation with to disciplinary actions.
Jacksonville clergymen in the interest The indoctrination training replaces
of service men. the pamphlets and other
w *
r'. printed i information formerly-
'There has always been a char- a sue:. t Tv \, I presented to new employee at the
J acter guidance: program in the time he was "processed." The
r Navy inasmuch as trying to geta main objection to the pamphletswas
man to do the right thing is
that it was expensive to keepup
"
1. Admiral I
character guidance
to date and that many employees
Salisbury said. "However, he failed to read it careful-
I added 'this was not done for- 1y'
mally until 1945 and 1946 when Get OrientedBy
chaplains' lectures were conducted -
F personal training with ample
in boot camps and later standardized I
opportunity to ask questions,
in 1917." This has been :
the new employee will gain confidence
;
revised and improved at a meet-
in his work and at the
ing held recently at Great Lakes
same time have little excuse for
which Chaplain Milton G. Kuolt. infractions of regulations, it is
Senior NATTC Chaplain, attended. pointed out. ,'

Part of the training is presented
.
.
by film, Instructions are pro
.
... A standard program on the"ANPr vided in military and civilian relationships
( "A", B" and "C" :
bTS
security, including
School levels is being preparedand ;
private the station leave
cars
on ; ;
is scheduled to be introducedat
NATTC this week. ,Time in k employee services such as Blue
4'
J
Cross and Blue Shield; employee
the work day has been provided
how to
organizations; and present
Chaplain Kuolt
for these lectures. t .
has done the pioneer work material on -- CONFER-Chaplain Lcdr. Milton C. Kuolt of NATTCenter (left) explains the grievances.The plan got underway early
his
this level and has 1- work being: done in the Character Guidance Program at the Center, to Rear Adm. Stanley in November, and has proved w

ready Various for use.phases of the new Chief of Navy Chaplains (seated), Left to right are Chaplain Kuolt; Chaplain (Lt.) successful it will probably cotw.

(Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 5) Robert E. Elliot: (Capt.) Roy E. Bishop, and (Lcdr) Leroy J. Calkins tinue as a permanent function
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I' Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 13 December 1951
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Report From Washington

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:,,I \ !.....J. 4t-- ,,..s- Navy To Commission v 10,000 In 1952 1 1Air .

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

NAB Jacksonville No Extension on Enlistment After Julv 1. 1953By
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer ,
Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive Officer ( Armed Forces Press Settle) ant.. The old policy t f "T" commissions was '
Lt. Gordon D. Walker Public Information OfficerCommander The Navy Mill commission about 10,000 per- used In WWII to promote older enlisted men

Fleet Air Jacksonville sons during the 1952 calendar year. This figure who had-many yeas experience in their rates.
.
Rear Adm. Osborne B.
Hardison does not ;include: graduates of the Naval Aca-
....: Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff demy but does include NROTC WAVES, OCS, The Air Force has directed its major commanders -
Fleet Air Wing Eleven and Naval Cadets ROC. At present the Navy to release before Christmas all remain- j
f' Cap Jesse S. McClure .._....._. _......._____ Commander has about 80,000 officers on active duty of ing enlisted reservists who were called to active
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer which about 30,000 are reservists. duty from a non-pay status. About 2,000 airmen -
Naval Air Technical Training Center are involved. Of the 23,000 men called from

Capt. Lester K. Rice ...... ,*-_...__ Commanding Officer Opportunities for Army enlisted men and civilians this category 16,000 already have been releasedand .
Comdr. William A. Hood.... ......-.................. Executive Officer who are qualified members of the bar to 5,000 have volunteered for further service.
Naval Hospital obtain Reserve commissions in the Judge Advocate \
Capt Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer General's Corps, with concurrent call to Charles A. Coolidge ha.s been sworn in as the
I' Capt. Guy E. Stahr ___Executive Officer active military service, are announced by the new Assistant Defense Secretary replacing
L NARTU Department of the Army. Enlisted men on active Daniel K. Edwards, who resigned to accept an

!, Capt. Easton B. Noble.._..........._....._._...Commanding Oflcer duty will be given the opportunity to ob- appointment as Vice United States Deputy to
t' Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer tain direct commissions as first lieutenant. All the North Atlantic Council for Defense Matters.Mr. .
officers selected will be ordered into active Coolidge, former Deputy Director of the I
r Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration military service for three years. Legal officer State Department's Office of International
; building. Phone extension 8184. assignments are available in the Marine Corps curity Affairs, will be in charge of legal and I
Editor-Andrew H. Planey for 200 qualified lawyers who enroll for officer legislative affairs for the Defense Secretary. '
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger J03; Mary Bixones, JOSN; training. Adoption of the Uniform Code of *

Dave Devroy SA. Military Justice has increased the demand for If jour enlistment expires after July 1, 1953,
the JAX AIR NEWS: U publUUett weexry at the U. S. Naval Air Station, legal officers. it cannot be extended under exisiting laws. ThePresident's
Jacksonville. *'lorld' and printed commercially with pDTopTittea fund to extend
authority enlistment
at no expense 10 tn: government ana In compliance with NAVfcXOS P-35. Rev. endson
Nov. 1M6. Copies are distributed Ire of charge at the Naval Air Station the A new shoulder insignia recently approved by that date. Those whose enlistments already
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Auxiliary AIr Station. Cecil Held, and the Department of the Army will be worn by have been extended cannot have them extendeda

'** h.S'J Naval AIRNPEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. paratroopers of the 508th Airborne RCT, at Ft. second time.
I{: AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without Benning, Ga. The insignia is patterned after r ...
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other the insignia of, the 82nd Airborne Division and The Air Force: has announced that it will
matter except by service publications 1* piohlblted without permission of consists of a red square with a white circle send 516 officers to civilian schools in fiscal
Editor.; JAX AIR NEWS.
bearing a blue Wyvern dragon in. the center. year 1053. Courses will be on graduate level

Public Law 28 M and consist solely *of technical* subjects.
American ex-prisoners of WWII are being
urged to file a claim for benefits immediatelyunder A three-man team from the Office of the
Many Benefits In Korean Death Cases the War Claims Act of 1948 by the War Chief of Finance has returned from a five-
Claims Commission. week inspection tour of Japan and Korea. The

While the terminal date for filing has been team, headed by Brig. Gen. William P. Camp.
To Widow Dependents and OrphansDid extended by Congress to March 31, 1952, the bell, Assistant Chief of Finance, interviewed
Commission hopes to settle all claims by the hundreds of soldiers, many of them in the front
you know that the follow- end of this year. Daniel F. Clear}', Chairman lines, to get an accurate picture of the finance

ing benefits are available in Korean orable. of the Commission, said that many survivorsof situation. *
death cases? Did you know Grave markers-An upright the prisoners, such as widows, children, and
that these benefits are also pay- marble or granite stone bearingthe parents of the deceased POWs, are eligible for Sixty: Reserve and National Guard enlisted ,
able if death occurred in the name, etc., of a deceased servo benefits but have not applied for them. men have been selected to compete for 10 Vacancies .
r. Armed Forces anywhere in the iceman will be furnished, freight at the U. S. :Military Academy In the
world after June 27, 1950? Public prepaid, to be placed at the headof class entering next year. These men were selected -
The Navy has approved the return of 203 the basis of
Law 28 2nd Congress, accordingto his unmarked grave, Flat marble on an examination conductedlast
the Veterans Administration. or granite markers are also former "temporary" officers to their commis- summer. All qualified enlisted men are
available. sioned status. They had reverted to enlisted eligible to compete for appointments They
Wltkma and Ol'flhaD.Widow, and warrant rank after WWII. They will receive must be between the ages of 17 and 22 and havean
no child, $75 monthly; widow and promotions to "their previously held highest aggregate service of at least one year at the
one child, $105 monthly; each ad- 36 Honor :Medals Given unrestricted temporary> rank above lieuten time they enter the Academy.
ditional child $25
monthly.
,
Since Outbreak in Korea
Dependent parents-Mother and
f p father (each), $35 monthly; one Washington (AFPS) Thirty "
surviving parent only, $60 monthly. I six Americans have won the
Dependency on veteran must Medal of Honor, the nation's high
lie> proved.Six est military award, since the out

months death gratuity-An break of Korean fighting.
amount equal to the serviceman'spay The Army has awarded 28 Honor .. MAIXSIDB
for six months. This is payable Medals-seven to living soldiers 'i li iki: t ze!?d7r se+l ealttRlrhf t lR Thursday December IS
in a lump sum to the next of kin. four to men who aie listedas "Flame ofAraby"
.,. Maureen O Hara.FrldaJ" .
missing in action, and 17 post '

Accrued pay and allowancesAlt humously.Six December 14
pay and allowances due and Medals of Honor have been "Weeked With

payable to a serviceman at the awarded in the :Marines Corps, Father" ...................._ Van Heflin
time of his death is payable to the three posthumously and three to Saturday, December 15

next of kin.Government. living Leathernecks. "Desert Hawk".... Yvonne DeCarlo
insurance-Government The Navy and Air Force ach Sunday, December 16 ,
insurance, if carried by a have bestowed one Honor Medal. "Callaway WentThataway" .. '
serviceman: is payable to the person The Navy officer survived to receive .... Fred MacMurray
or persons named by him. The his medal. The Air Force Monday, December 17
method of payment will be governed man lost his life. "Double

by the mode of settlement si I Dynamite ......... Frank Sinatra
chosen by the insured. Exception: UN Naval Aircraft Blast Tues. and W l., Dec. 18-10
Indemnity Insurance 3
Public Law ""Fixed

'23, 82nd Congress. 2,031 Enemy Vessels CUB SCOUTS VISIT STATION-Inspecting the Corsair fighter Bayonets" ".... Richard Basehart
Social security Survivors insurance (AFPS-Since at the NARTU Hangar are members of Cub Tack 268 from the NATTCetnter
Washington the
may be payable to the Southside Grammar School, who toured the station last Saturday. Thursday, December IS
start of the UN
Korean war, na-
next of kin of those servicemen Chief Ernest E. Winborne Jr of & R left
val aircraft have O acted as escort for "Decision Before
.. destroyed 603
:. who were covered by Social Security small vessels and the scouts during their tour. Dawn" _......f............. Gary Merrill
damaged
In enemy_
AninfmrwiAmtChil _
private ,, 14
n. -u'r''' ''' '' Friday Decctntoer
.
1,428 others. yearly plan in which the Naval "Desert Hawk"Yvonne DeCarlo ,
service preference- WIdows Most of the 2,031 vessels were NARTU Set Air Reserve Training chiefs i I Saturday, December 15:
and widowed mothers of men junks or sampans, the Navy added travel from their headquarters in "Weekend With

,.... dying in service have 10 points estimating that United Nations (Continued from Page 1) Glenview Ill. to look over the 23 Father" ...................;.. Van Heflin j
naval planes have killed ,
preference in Civil Service sonville Chamber of Commerce
employ ; Sunday, December 16 I
ment. 48,762 enemy troops since hos- William S. Johnson executive activities of their far flung com-
tilities mand. All of these activities are "Cimarron '.
expenses began. secretary and general man- located in key cities throughoutthe Kid" .....-............. Audic :Murphy
ager of the Jax Chamber of nation. Mon. and Tues., Dec. 17-18
":"i t the death of any person who Resumes Medicine Commerce; John Lanahan, pres- "Callaway WentThataway"
served in the Armed ident of the Jacksonville Junior Grades attained as a result of
l' Forces since CourseAfter .... Fred MacMurray
June 27, 1950, and who was discharged Chamber of Commerce; Jack these inspections have much to Wednesday, December 19 I
under other than dishon- a one-year lapse, the Kavanaugh, chairman of the Na- do with the awarding of the Con- "Double I
Basic Course in Aviation Medi- val Affairs Committee of the way Trophy, which goes to the Dynamite" ... ... Frank Sinatra
cine has been resumed' at the AF Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Paul most outstanding Naval Air Re- HOSPITAL--

DIVINE)) School of Aviation Medicine, Ran- Johnson, president of Jax Junior serve Training Unit. Squadrons Thursday December 13 I
Itc attached to each activityare
dolph AFB Tex Important new College and Dr. Doak Campbell parent "On Moonlight Bay" .... Doris Day
features of the "flight surgeon" president of Florida State University judged as to their relative
{(SERVICES)' course include the lengthening of standing for the Noel Davis Tro- "Man With Friday aCloak" December 14 J .
awarded
that annuallyto
the course from one to two yearsof Music for the ceremony will be phys the most are squadronof ........ Barbara Stanwyck
proficient
formal training and the Incorporation furnished by the Green Cove
Sat and Sun.
Protestant I each in the command. Dec. U-HS
:' of one year of this Springs Naval Station band. type "Decision Before

D800-Episcopal Small Chapel.0830Morning Communion. training at selected civilian uni Compete For Trophy I Two former N ART U Jax Dawn" ..........._...... Gary Merrill
versities. squadrons. Patrol Squadron 741
I Services All- The inspection is part of a and Fighter Squadron 742, are Monday, December 17 +
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"Cimarron
Saints Chapel. serving on active military
0915 Naval Hospital ChapeL AI7 F: presently service. Kid" ........_....._. Audie Murphy
W30-Sunday School, Small Cha- Tuesday, December 18
peL Dance Follows Review "Weekend With

J045-All Saints ChapeLCatholic In 1949 the Jacksonville Naval Father" _.................?. Van Heflin
Air Reserve Training Unit placed Wednesday, December lU!
second in the Conway competition
"Callaway Went
0630 and 0930) Mass St. Edward's
-
and one of its squadronswon Thataway"Fred :MacMurray
Chapel. Noel Davis Trophys in 1948
OS30-St Edwards' Chapel (Catechism and 1949. ,

Class). NAVY DONORS FLING CHALLENGE-Eleven hundred crew Following the ceremony the Shift Academy School 'ig
1030-Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL members of the Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the USS Oriskanr* "Weekend Warriors" enlisted
W45-Mass at Hospital ChapeL present a challenge to New Yorkers in connection with the Arm men will hold a dance at Main- Annapolis, Md. (AFPS) The
Christian Science ed Force Blood Program. Spelled on the deck of the huge carrier 'side auditorium with music pro- technical branch of the U. S. Naval -

Tuesday-2000-at Small ChapeL is the graphic messages: "Hi New York, Oriskany Can Do lOO'/o vided by Claude Thornhill and Post-Graduate School will be
Can Yon?" The crew donated 1,402 pints of blood after the fUt- his orchestra. Squadron officers consolidated with the Navy's tactical
Mormon top docked at New York Naval Shipyard for an overhaul. Since will hold a reception for Admiral branch school at Monterey,
Thursday-1930--*t Small Chap her commissioning In Sept. 1950, the Oriskany has spent most or Moebus and General McCaul it CaSt Classes will be returned
*** I time at sea with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. the Officers' Club. there In February 19 2. ..


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Elizabeth Slade of Accountinghas
just returned from an ocean
voyage to Bermuda She reports
; that the crossing to the island -
v fr 1v and back rough, due to "
"unusual" weather, but she enjoyed w
her trip aboard the "Queenof
v "
Y Bermuda.

Best wishes to John Ferebee.
t SKI, attached to Fleet Service
Unit, who is leaving Supply: to
return to civilian life in Washington .
I'I'II" ...v D. C., with wife Louisa
of Public Works, and son,
h .
a Jenny Lind Strauss of Receipt
Control is engaged to be marriedto
I Al Cyr of VP-10. The weddingis
II" 1 b scheduled for Dec. 21 at 1730
and will be held at St. Paul'
Church.
.... w.,,,___,,..
Co-workers of Fanny Hall
"Professor" Robert Goodwin lectures on the finer points of "Operation Analysis": during class r Third Deck sent her flowers last

room study AS part of the Engineered Performance Standards Project (EPS) now being conducted in week with the hope she will soon

the Overhaul & Repair department. recover from. her. *illness..

A daughter weighing 7 3/4

Pioneering Job Measurement, Production Methods. Practical work in EPS takes pounds was born to Vonice Chen-
arrivalwas
ault, Nov. 21. The new
students Olive Rucker (left), named Candice. Ruth Lynn

lone feminine trainee, and reports that Mrs. Chenault, the
'Operation Analysis' In Effect At O&RThe former Vonice Taylor, expects to .1
Joseph F. O'Connel into Shop return to the office in February. !

6153 where they observe and Alice Bryant of Stock Control
became the mother of a son two
sight of a group of men and women traipsing: around the Overhaul & Repair de- chart William Korl at his daily weeks ago.Champion.

partment with pad and pencil in hand, peering over the shoulders of workers, may lead to task of lubricating bearings. Christmas shopper U

many conjectures, until it is explained that "Operation Analysis" Is in effect. j who Alice really Banks believes of Household in doing Effects.: her

"Operation Analysis" is the '1 holiday buying: early she sur
Heading the training is Robert
simplified explanation of the a prised her friends by announcingthat
Engineered Performance Stan- F. Goodwin, management: con- all her gifts were bought:
dard Project (EPS) being pioneered sultant with George II. Elliott and wrapped up as of Dec. 1. In
in the O & R department. and Company of New York City, addition Alice found time to ether
who have installed these programs -
Fifteen selected students, all husband a birthday present
in private industry lIe is
ti during the first week of December
employees of NAS, 13 from O & the "Professor" in the classroomaad
and also celebrated her own
H and one each from Supply & advisor to the students. ,
Fiscal and Public Works, are participating birthday
.
Goodwin reports weekly to an
in the two-fold S
pro advisory board headed by Capt. j
which carries study of -r ? 3z7
gram on a
r
William E. Overhaul &
Kenna. i
methods and measurement of ;
a Repair Officer. Also on the boardare < I -7
job and to production improve methods.planning control other officers and supervisors I ,
Comdr. Marvin L.
The EPS program is a long- Thaxton including, Industrial Management 'I :1'H. '. .... -'S-S ..S ....... .,...."
tor which Naval
range' project
officer .a. (By Armed Forces Tret Service: )
Air Station, Jacksonville was Consolidation of basic and
Qt
specially selected as the first installation -
Training will continue for 21 branch training of all Army medical
to put the to
test. program weeks at the end of which time aidmen to Camp Pickett, Va.,
the neophyte methods and stan- has been announced by the Department
dards engineers will go to work of the Army. Medical
At the end of eight( weeks intensive full time putting their newly ac- Training Replacement Centers
training in the EPS Proj-
quired knowledge into operationfor currently in operation at Brooke
ect the 15 students participating
a trial period of several Army Medical Center, Ft Sam

find they have undertaken quitea months. --_.._._----- Houston, Tex., and Ft. George G.
job. When the call went out for Meade, Md., are to be inactivated
Forty-hours per week are spentin volunteers for this training, al- Special safety equipment is often required by "Operation and their staffs and facilities
training with half the time in most 600 applications poured in. Analysis" students as they chart operations. Herbert W. McMillen transferred to Camp Pickett, according -
classroom and the other half in All applicants were given math (left) and Perry N. Wedlock (right) don goggles as they time to MaJ. Gen. George :H,
the shops of O & II studying and general aptitude examina- Clarence Jefferson polishing; valves in Shop 6101. Armstrong Army Surgeon Gen
methods and measuring time con- tions and the list was narrowed eral.
sumed on the various operations. down to 33. Through personal Insurance Questions Answered .

... ..-.. interviews the 15 students were Maj. Gen William H. Tunner,
j" : selected, among them supervisors Deputy Commander, MATS, haj
leadingmen machinists, aviation VA Outlines Two New TypesOf been reassigned as Deputy Com
mechanics instrument men, electricians manding General of Air Materiel

!ct and draftsmen.The Command. Wright-Patterson AFB
B study of "Operation Analy- Insurance For VeteransEditor's Dayton, Ohio. He succeeds Maj.
c sis" has two phases. One phase is Gen. St. Clair Street, who will be.
the study of method, aimed at im- ( Notes Many Servicemen from Korea and elsewhere are come Special Assistant to Com
proving production methods. A I being discharged now. Their: most frequent questions concern their manding General, Air Materiel
particular job is pickedonewith right to Government life insurance. This Is the first of four Command.

unusually high costs, toolor articles on this subject prepared by the Veterans Administrationand .
material trouble or a bottle- distributed by AITS.) The Department of the Army
neck to All details
production. are ---- oJt
has announced establishment
recorded charts and each de- After
on PART I-ha..uran DischargeTwo .
an aitlllery ammunition plant -.at
i5r tail Then thorough
questioned. :
a
..t, 1 ---- Burlington, N. J., under the juris.
search is made for an improved new types of low-cost Government life insurance are availableto Chief
diction of the Army of Ond
method to simplify the operationand eligible veterans of the U. S. Armed Forces who served anywhefe
nance. The new facility, to txi
eliminate time and material started June 27, 19500age .
I >y 23 i waste. in the world since the Korean campaign called the Burlington Ordnance
The first of these two types will Plant, will produce steel artillerycartridge
I
be discussed in this article. It is a it is not convertible to any cases.
The second phase of "Opera- non-convertible five-year level pre- other plan of Government life In- .
tion Analysis" is measurementof I will it dividends.
be surance, nor earn
mium term policy that may The two high-speed minesweepers
a job to improve planning and renewed every five years at the Because it is a term policy run USS Thompson (DMS 38)) and
controls. First the job is des- premium rate for the then-at- ning for only five years, it does USS Carmick (DMS S3)::) are on
cribed and a record made of
time needed for each operationof tained age. not have any loan value, cash sur- their way to the U. S. West Coast
the job. To this are added allowances To qualify for the five-year level render value, or extended insurance after more than a year of Korean
for fatigue and any premium term policy (under Sec- I value. It merely provides life close inshore bombardment, mine
aa supplemental time deemed nec- tion 621 of the NSLJ Act) veterans insurance coverage while premiums sweeping operations and duel.
essary. Eventually data of this must have been ordered to are being paid for the five- with Communist coastal guns. The
sort will be used for the estab- active duty for :31 days or more; year period.A Thompson was hit 14 times last
lishment of time standards. they must have served since June veteran taking out this typeof June during an engagement with
11 a John Dec unconcernedly con In short, the whole purpose of 27, 1950, and they must have been policy may name any person or North Korean shore batteries. The
tinues operation of his punch the project is to find better ways released from active service. persons, firm or corporation, or Carmick was fired on at Wonsam
press in Shop 3275 when EPS of doing jobs, ways to do them in his estate as the beneficiary or and off Chongjin during similar
student Philip L. Smith ap less time if practical, and to de- These veterans are eligible, with- beneficiaries to whom payments assignments, but escaped damage
pears on the scene to do a little velop more accurate cost and out physical examination, for a shall be made in event of his death .
research: work.Transfer time controls. These procedureshave five-year level premium term while the policy is in force under Army special regulations 615-
been proven in private industry policy in amounts ranging from premium-paying conditions. 25-39, dated Oct. 24, 1951: direct:
21 DestroyersTo and now the Navy's proj- $1,000 to $10,000, less any other the readjustment of Army-wide
6 Allied Nations ect is being conducted to get Government life insurance in forceat Death payments made to the overstrength in administrative and
peak production efficiency from the time of application. beneficiary or beneficiaries are ex- technical MOS's, and the reclassification -
Washington (AFPS)President similar methods. They must apply in writing to empt from taxation, but the ex- of as many overstrength I
Truman has signed legislation During the training period the Veterans Administration, Wash- emption does not extend to any MOS'a M possible to combat career
? authorizing transfer of 24 destroyer practical side of this work is be- ington 25, D. C., within 120 days property bought with this money. field MOS's, in the interest oC
1 escorts to six nations un- ing emphasized. Students are after their release or separationfrom These payments also are fully exempt economic manpower use. The 'directive
der the mutual defense assistance scheduled to study various em- active service and pay: the from claims of creditors requires that male person.
program.Of ployees at work in a wide vari- required first premium.The against the insured veteran or his nel holding overstrength MOS'a be
this number, 15 are |In the ety of jobs. While actually ob- premium rates for most beneficiary or beneficiaries, but reclassified if mentally and physically
hand of recipient nation under serving the work students record ages under this policy are the low- this exemption does not apply qualified for duty In combat
lend-leaMO agreement made the method used and measure the est of any Government life insur- against the'United States. career fields.
daring World ,War II. Brazil time-required' thus obtaining the ance yet authorized by the Con- For further information, veter- e e
hM eifht of these, Great Brit* facts about a job. gress. ans should contact then nearest Col. Robert Lee Black of Chain
VA office Immediately after ring, Tex., has been sworn in'for
.Jba.. one, and France klx. The student takes the recorded separation
Of th'o remaining nine Peru data to the classroom to study While this policy may be renewed : or release. a four-year term as chief of the
.. ''J' 1U getthree: and Denmark and analyze the job for possible every fire years at the premium '(Next Week: Insurance for Army's Medical Service Corps H.
.France and Uruguay.: two each. improvement. I rate for the then-attained Disabled Veterans.), succeeded CoU Othmar F. Goriupr

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VP-5 VP-861 VP-741 Fasron 109 VF-12 Report '

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: Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons rrI ,"', '$ .


----- ---- -
All hands can VP-5 heave a sigh of !. Fla., and William Evans, AD3, Charles J. Roden. AD2;;Lawrence- .

relief for the Administrative Inspection from Charlestown, N. C. have re- H. Sturdivant, AD3. I
ported aboard for duty with 'VP-' Ulysses A. Snider, AK3 Carl l%
is over for another ;year. ; gA4;
An overall mark of excellent was 741.Due W. Swails, AD2; Lon S. Tamburo, <
awarded VP-5, although FAW-11 to a mixup last week Lt. PRC; James W. Walters, ATI;
# fi I was very thorough in the tour Robert Lambert, a new father, Fred F. Wilke, ADI; Jack A. Yag-
which included inspections of personnel was wrongly credited with being gie, AO1; Robert E. Adamson, : '
material, and the admin a Lcdr., while Lcdr. Joseph Krel- AO1; Clarence A. Askew AD3; :
istrative department. ler, who was recently presentedwith i George Billisits. PR2; HartfordE.
Transferred to NATTC ANP) a third son was not men- Blount, AD3; Coleman I. f'S
school recently were Edward L. tioned in listing, the births of babies Brown, AOC; John Buchika, .

Hunt, AN, and Robert J. Fisher in "squadron. families.. ADC; Eugene E. Carlson ADI;
AN, while Michael Woleshin, Robert D. Cortapassi. ADI; RasD.
ADC, has now joined VR-32 in Marvin Ladage, ADC, has been Cherry, ADI; William J. ', r
San Diego, Calif. given the title of "Chief of the Creel, AOC; "R" "V". Dashner
George;: M. Dwyer. ALl, is now I Week" in VP-741 for his! exemp- AOC; Robert M. Day, AOC; Ber- '
an instructor at NATTC here and :, lary performance in squadron ac- trand Dennis, AE3; Gordon W.
has been highly recommended for tivities. Downer, AD3; Mike Drape, AT-

commissioned ranks.. Chief Ladage is in charge of AN; Frank Ferrell, AM3.

the entire maintenance division Keeping the squadron complement -" ___ ..
Basic flight training at Pensa- and supervises the work in the about the same this week, w'n.'
;I cola is now taking up the spare power plants, structures and electronics five new faces will now be seen FLIGHT TRAINING 1\IOCK.UP-Close attention to the master
time of Stanley L. Bird, AT3. departments as well as assists around the area in lieu of four control board is given by Mobile Operational Flight Trainer 1304
'. Stanley was encouraged to applyfor the maintenance officer in men wl > have reported to Whid- crew member Charles Jones, TDI (left), and Anthony Schiavone,
the program because of his planning the work schedule. by Island, Washington. Those TDC (right chief-in-charge. A pilot inside the cockpit mock-up

.. exceptional IQ and aptitude I Well known not only for his leaving the squadron were William begins his indoctrination on the F9F Panther jet.

scores. ability but also his accessibility, H. Pruitt ATI; Donald E.
Welcome aboard James H. Chief Ladage is always on the Wilkes AE1; Sydney G. Carr, Jet Checkout
White, AD2; George F. White, scene of work, ready to lend a ATI and Eugene G. Wilimuth

Albert AEM3; L.William Alfred C. Pill Gilbert.RichardH. AEl; helping hand should a rough AMC. Craft Pilots 'Remodeled'For
; Propellered
problem present itself. The welcome mat was laid out \
.
Kimball, AOAA; Joseph Tee-
for Kenneth T. Miller AA
van, AA. and James Babcock, During World War II, the "man ;
I from Missouri" was stationed George Ar Peck, AA; Melford L. Jets In 11 Fast Compact LessonsIn
AA.Ready to take on any and all I in the Caribbean. He reported Parrotte, AA; George A, McLeod, ,
aboard for duty with VP-741 in AA, and J. Madden, AA.
challengers is the squadron volleyball I only 11 hours of instruction
group. The players feel April 1951 and has since estab- Mobile Training: Unit 1304, now the efficiency and thoroughness of
e they are mighty hard to beat and lished his home along with his VF-12 stationed east of Building 168, can the unit that he recommended In
welcome any challengers.Off wife and two children in Jacksonville "Mr. Stork" certainly: got his impart to pilots of "conventionalcraft a letter to the! project engineer
to duty at the training Chief Ladage's woodworking flight skins in last week-vZ'ith VF- almost 75: # of the total in- they be commended for their
commands at NAS Corpus Christi -' hobby has made him a 12. Using the Naval Hospital as doctrination required for them to work. The letter has been for-
and NAS Pensacola has ventured familiar sight at the station hob- his runway, the single engine fly the F9F Panther Jet. warded to the group with con
Lcdr. Grover B. Windhamand 1 shop as he works on articlesfor monoplane delivered two boys, receive gratulations from ComFairJax.
Seven day can
Lt. (j jg) *Dan. Balish.. his home.. one weighing five pounds, two instruction pilots in per the compact and .
ounces to Lt. (jg) William E.
efficient mobile unit which has
VP-861 Fasron 109 an
Tillerson and wife Chloe..
Wel<'on.e aboard to new men- Representing; over a centuryand identical cockpit and instrumentset '
His second delivery to Lt.
Eddie Holmes, ADI; Bob Sheffield a quarter of good conduct (jg) Clyde B. Alber and was wife Vir up. to that of the F9F-2 Panther Six Bits'Good $ .

t AT2; Roy McGhee, AMC; were 43 men from Fasron 109 ginia. Little Alber weighed in at .
Ward Bessette ADI; Charles during the squadron's last per '
six
Biersack, AM3; Howard Costner, sonnel inspection given by their an even pounds. One* hour constitutes a lesson news is here for those
AEC; Jim Harris AD1; Earl Larson commanding officer, Comdr. William The squadron bids farewell'toHerbert and ordinarily is all the instruction men requesting assignment to the
ADI; Joe O'Donnell ADI; E. Cha: Baker, YN1, as he departs given to each pilot for that day. jet shop. A rotation plan is to go
Merle Snyder, AM3; Charles The crew received a mark of for the University of Penn The first four hours are taken up into effect and will permit all
Neal ADC and Gordon Parker excellent from their skipper. The sylvania to assume duties of NR- by familiarization, with the fourth mechanics to become more familiar
ADI. following named men received OTC instructor. being used for all emergency data, with jets.

Crew Eight returned last week awards: Oscar U. Fisher, YN3; including the procedure of bailingout. Owen Coffee, ADC, is present.
from a three day jaunt to the Pacific Lee J. Force, AO1; Guy E. Fuller, PYT. FATBRATRE ly in charge of, the shop and has
coast during which time they AMC; Joseph H. Futch, AE2; In operation in Its present status proved to be a remarkable inventor
toured the Lockheed plant in Los Arts since February, this unit, one
Jessie L. Garland, ADI; John R. only having come up with several
Angeles visited Paramount studios of four in the Navy, spent two
Gregorcy, AE1; Linwood J. Gray, time-saving devices since his assignment -
took in several radio and PR3; James C. Herndon ADC; weeks at Washington early in July there. These improve-
television broadcasts and the Hoi- Robert L. Horlacher, AT2; James demonstrating for top officials before ments include a turbine puller,
wood residential district. W. Hucks, ADC; Lawrence P. arriving In Jacksonville. Its which replaces the block and tac
The "outside" work on the Joe, YN3; William A. Lakin AT3; first and only duty station previous kle method a buffer for cleaning
squadron book has begun. A photographer Carl F. Lehman, AOC; TheodoreA. to NAS Jacksonville in turbine blades, a fuel nozzletester
started taking! the individual Peskie, PRAN; Malcolm D. Quonset Point, where two membersof and a device enabling workers
shots of each person Premeau, ADAN; Roger E. Rei the unit eamed personal com- to remove, overhaul and reinstallan
Monday and a publishing com ser, ATC; Lawrence Ronau, AMC; mendations for their work. engine easier and faster.
has been contacted .
pany for the For those people unfamiliarwith

printing end.. Exchange Stores Open Memphis, Tenn., is headquarters the shop, the unit is set up
for Mobile Unit 1304 into three divisions.
Training Preservationand
"The book" (it needs Every Right Next Week
a name .
"
which is headed J.Schiavone is "A "
routine
by Anthony packaging ,
) will be composed
of
a cov- The Navy Exchange store in "
TDC. Albert South- checks and cleaning is "B", while
with er sporting inner the VP-861 insignia Building 27, and Toyland in worth, TDC, is second in com- "C" is for the installation of the
an cover illustratedby Building 954 will be open every mand of the six-man crew, which periodic BUAer changes.
a world map showing all ports evening until 2100 from Dec. 17
also includes Charles E. Jones, Formerly depending on O&R
visited pictures by the of squadron all personnel, individual through Dec. 21, Exchange offi- t s H. TD1; Emil J. Predovic, AD1; Syl- for most of the major work, the ,

by departments and broken arranged cials have announced.The via J, Hebert, TD3, and Lynn D. Fasron 6 jet shop is now nearly
up by group pictures showing Exchanges still have a Hammon, TDAN. Hammon and complete and includes a jet test
departmental activities brief good stock of Christmas gifts left, Chief Schiavone were the two stand for testing the power plants 1
squadron histdry, casual picturesof a with a varied selection to choose I "You whistled, I turned around. earning the commendations at under actual flight conditions and
various travel scenes, squadron from. Now what, soldier?" Quonset Point. has its own supply department.

parties and off duty recreationand Recently a test pilot on his way Efficiency of the jet shop has .'
will include a directory of all to Patuxent River Naval Air Test- progressed to the point where
members of the squadron and Ing Center stopped by here for a more than 7/8 of the engines received -
their home town addresses. refresher checkout In the mobile during October and No-
Snapshots of trainer with I vember were worked over and
any of the above and was so impressed
items are urgently desired s 4 returned to action after being
well snapshots as checked and passed for issue by
as taken here on 'WorkinField'Nets
this base, and it is requested that Frank Lodesky. *ADC..
those men having the know-how
-White Hat of the Week" is Ed-
to work on this book volunteer Alert Toe'TopDog'
their services. ward Stanley Melansonv YNT1,
Capt. Jessie H. McClure Commander N, who doubles as confidential yeo-
FAW-11. and Comdr. Ed- AwardJoe man and yeoman-in-charge of the
ward Rodgers commanding officer Fasron 6 personnel office.
of VP-861 wish to pass onto n4 Recalled to active duty in May
all hands their congratulations a four-year-old English of this .year, Ed reported here for
for the fine appearance of the setter, has been chosen the "top- duty 15 days later. Prior to his
squadron in the personnel, administrative dog" instructor of the week at summons he worked as a rate
and material inspection NATTCenter This award was clerk for the Luckenbach Steam.
held last Friday. obtained by his consistent outstanding ship Company operating out of _
An exceptional improvement work in the field this Boston, Mass. _
In all phases of the unit's activi- \ 4r season. Active in the sports program
ties, due mostly to the extra effort <> '_; Joe's team mate, Junior, a while in high school, Ed was ,, '
expended by all hands during 16-month-old setter,' has been awarded five letters. Winning the
recent weeks was commentedupon. Joe's student for the past three three letters in baseball and two
weeks. Junior started the season in hockey didn't take up too much i i"
of his time though, for Ed was
,, He
j off with a bang. pointed
VP-741 of field also an active member of several
everything from a
Hein welcomed into the ranks He didnt sparrowto knowor clubs during his school days.
of VP-741 married men is Edward a Jersey cow. Melanson is a brown bagger(
what all
Steck. AN. Steck took the 'big, particularly care and lives in Dewey Park. Although -
about but he
the shooting was ,
step" on November 24 he likes the Navy Ed was
,.,. spent his ol' time in ,
was having a good
honeymoon in Poconos. Pa., and field. pretty well settled in Wakefield,
now after leaving his bride tem- the Mass., and will enjoy returning
Junior had flushed
porarily in New York has returned After a home when his recall time has ...
to duty. couple of coveys forJoe, his been served.
David patience ran thin. On one occasion *
McNab. ADAN, has
completed six weeks instructionon after Junior had flashed A booming business, with 3,399
aerial warfare at the Naval gaily through a covey that Joe' different stubs being handled
School of Mine Warfare at Yorktown had pointed, the older dog had was accomplished by the Fasron

Pa., and is back with the enough. 6 supply during November. An
squadron. .......... Breaking point himself he inventory was held during the
John Harrington. ADI, from caught the culprit, and proceeded period making things
Pensacola Wilbur Conklin, ADI, EASY Oft TilE EYES-One of the newer Hollywood lovelies, literally to chew him out. more rushed: but the needed help

i and James Schultz, ADI, from Nancy Valentine, takes time out between pictures for a day's Junior learned in a hurry. When was provided, by Estelle Boyd
I. the NARTU of this station. Thomas relaxation at the beach fehe's tarred as one of the stars of the and where Joe locks up now and Beatrice Cultra from main* ..,

Harvey, ALC, from Sanford. future. Junior honors the point. .ide, supply. '". ti"; ,",'atfutf t,
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13 December 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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6CT fLL SURE SURPRISE '4" OERN BOTHERSOME WOMEN '

I an] JOHN, WREN I TAME THE AND THEY WONDER WHY ,

CAR AND DOmc cesY US PAINTERS CHARGE \ ,

,M, ron HIM. SO MUCH.. '

SALTY HUMOR FROM ) \ ''ii:


HERE AND THERE I

Psychiatrist: "That habit of
talking to yourself is really noth-
ing to worry about"

Patient: "Perhaps not But I'm y o ;'J

such a bore."* / ,I' k # NEVE Q KNEW THE H p;
CAR MADE SO MUCIIC
Daughter: "Mom, what kind of NOISE /N REVERSE! .
a husband would you advise me to
get?" '1

Mother: "You just get a single Y
man and leave the husbands Li O -H: !(
alone." T I 'I
-
v .ie
;
"My wife says if I don't give up V
drinking she'll leave me." -
"Gosh, that'll be pretty bad, fIGURE WHY ALL aaRPe/se doww; i rooK ANOTHER SUROR/SE; gCAN'T
TNT CAR' AND wE/rr fi HCR BANDS SEVENTY
won't it?
THESf PEOPLE ARE
rower u !
eY MrsEF
"Yeah. I'll miss her. \ NEVER /N JOHN$ WAY."p BlK'KSl
.
*

The new teacher said: "I want LOOK OUT LADY, '
you all to be so quiet you can heara /7N Mr READY
"
pin drop. --
There was complete quiet for a "p ro aE

few seconds, then a voice from the _
rear broke the silence; "Let 'er QUIET DAY
drop!"

r AFTER MAMA RECEIVES A
The young lover was obviously 1
reeling out a heavy line trying to
impress the beautiful young girl JReport
at his side. "Those warm lips. And' ,
those beautiful eyes! Where did WVM LESSON I

you get those eyes 7"I I t
The girl, unimpressed: "They
.
came with my head." I

*
,
"I'm going to visit Yellowstone
Talk." I Change In How About That?

"That's a nice place. Don't forget Auto RegistrationNavy I CPO
Old Faithful" '

"Oh no. I'm taking her with I' and civilian personnel are Student's Unanswered Letter
reminded that of
me. any changes ve- NOTES
hicles must be registered with the I

f Landlord: "Naw. we don't have Yard Office, Building 9, within 10 Creates A Minion-In-One PlotA i Bingo will be held Friday
days by presenting valid proof of !
to rent. We have
any room to sleepon night with the little jackpot
ownership (i.e., legal bill of sale/ million-to-one:; shot scoreda in
table
a pool ourselves don'teven
have ted." registration or title). bullseye at NATTCenter last T. Cole, each Richard a studentin store and a very good chance of
a the big jackpot being taken. :
week the ANP) School, and
Sergeant (hunting housing) : Also, the Yard Office must be
I Chaplain Robert E. Elliott neither of the boys had been There will be a special game
"Don't find that rather uncomfortable notifed of changes in color of
you any
home. held with
who happened across the inci- writing prizes donated by local t
? cars.Failure dent, hasn't tried to figure the To further the milliontooneshot merchants near the station. The
Landlord: "Well, fortunately, to comply with these statistics, but he believes that each Richard Cole for- proceeds of this one game will +
my wife has the kind of head that instructions will result in disci- to Jax Chiefs
Navy charity.
the chances are well over the warded his parents a letter on go
fits right i isto a side pocket. plinary action stated million-to-one that it the same day. Both boys had Regular Saturday night dance

4 I will never happen again. the same story as to why they will begin at 2030. Orchestra will
Sailor (to date) : "Say, I really Chaplain Elliott received a hadn't written home, and be announced later.

like that snazzy" dress you're wear- To IncreaseWave letter from Mr and Mrs. Wil- neither Richard knew the other. A turkey dinner will be servedon

Ing tonight. liam T. Cole of Quincy Illinois. The coincidence was closed Christmas day. Reservations
Chick: "Oh, It's really nothing." Mr. and Mrs. Cole requestedthat with the same letter forwardedto can be made at the bar.
Sailor: "I know That's why I Force the Chaplain interview each Mr. and Mrs. Cole. I Christmas holiday plans will be

like it"Sailor their son, Richard, and find out e announced in the Jax Air News
why he wasn't writing home. next week.Would.
: "You say everything is To l 10,000Every ; * 'Get Exam Training e J
cooked here by electricity ?" I Lcdr. Elliott talked with Rich- i

Waiter: "That's right. Very up benefit and career opportunity ard and Richard told him he Marks In By Dec. 15 You Like
to date offered men in the U. S. had written a letter to his

Sailor: 'Well, would you mind Navy have been made available to parents on Monday. Elliott All personnel who have been
taking this teak out for another women who select the naval Servo sent a letter to Mr. and Mrs. nominated to compete in January Gifts Engraved?
ice as a career
shock ? Cole and considered the inci- seivice-wide advancement in rate
I Officially known as Women In dent closed.
examinations, have only two days
When think of
You Can't Win the U. S. Navy, but more com- On Tuesday of the following left to get the marks for training people engraving
ti immediately think of
they a serv-
By the time a boy grows tall monly called WAVEs, theymay week, Elliott received an- courses, practical factors and
ice consider
enough to reach the jam jar on the enter Into 28 of the Navy's 62 rat- other letter from Mr and Mrs. "Petty Officer A Leader" enteredin they a luxury-but it'snot
so here at NAS Jax.
pantry shelf, the craving for jam ings or become Line officers. Sev- William T. Cole, requesting that their service records.
r i is gone. eral of the Navy's staff corps in their son, Richard, be interviewed The Navy Exchange features an
Richard wasn't In order to be eligible to take service in
which women may attain a com- writing engraving Building 517,
home and they were worried. the January examinations, these NATTCenter, that
Old-timer: "How much do I owe mission are tops anythingever
open.r Elliott marks must be in service records
Chaplain called his presented here
you for curing my deafness? ;
1 Doc "Ten dollars." yeoman and asked if he had prior to Dcc 15.OI'futt Albert Ramais of the
: The Navy currently is seeking forwarded the letter to Mr and J manager
OT: "Twenty dollar, eh?" 10,000 WAVEs; as of May, 1951: Mrs. Cole The letter had been engraving service, who ft is been, in
Doc: "No, thirty dollarsi"The about 5,000 of this figure had been dispatched. He then checkedthe Puts Out the engraving and embossing business
realized The Naval Reserve boasts serial numbers and found One of the largest AFB contributions for 20 years, has his counter
woman and small son were slightly more than 1,000 WAVEs. that the numbers didn't for the 1951 Air Force Aid geared for "while you wait serve
correspond
visiting a large department store, Women who are excited by for- Society campaign was made by ice."

when 'the child whispered some- eign place names can state that Offutt AFB Neb., according to "We can engrave anything; except :
thing in his mother's ear "Not urge in the WAVEs. The Navy l lyis The conclusion was that there Offutt's PIO. The net total received material with chrome plated

now, son," she replied. Noting; this women on duty In such places as were two Richard Coles, both from Offutt's 4,500 men finish You would be muptised l'

common occurrence, a helpful Guam Alaska, Hawaii, England, sons of Mr. and Mrs. William was 3480486. what can be engraved," says
1 saleslady offered to take him to Germany Japan and Fiance Ramals.
the rest room. They made the trip, WAVE hospital able
corpsmen are I Names, designs, or whatever Is I,
and came back hand in hand. to go to sea in hospital ships.
desired, can be engraved, or embossed j
Mother: "Did you thank the nice *
on cameras, radios wallets
j
nice lady for being so kind ?" Enlisting for a period of four or and
glass cases,
pencils
pens i
Boy: should I?" She had six
\ "Why years, WAVE recruits receive bottles, watches, jewelry, plastic
to go, too." their i initial training at Bainbridge I
compact, identification bracelets,
:Md. Neatly all of their In- j
structors lighters, cigarette holders, pipes; ,,;
Nr are women. cigarette cases, and even fabrics.
Their training courses In recruit
Indoctrination Personnel with Christmas gifts
include naval his-
naval can have them engraved for their I
tory, organization and ad-
ministration, naval personnel, .o iCw loved ones, and too, personal property
ships and aircraft, jobs and train- r can be engraved for protection "
ing, physical training and! military against loss and theft.
ar The service is not only a unique

drill.More than 79,000 WAVEs proved onethe price \\f quite reasonable '1 G

j.. to the Navy during WWII that .
I they could step Into practicallyany Jewish Personnel
shore billet and release a man "

for duty with the fighting Fleet.- t .' :'-- To Observe
(AFPS). : / HolidayTewish :
.
.
personnel will oue rve

Santagrams New FeatureOf x their religious holiday of Chanu- ,
>r kah, which begins this year on '
... 1
Wire Messages $ Sunday evening, Dec. 23, and continues

Specially prepared greeting for eight days.
----
IT'S COLD OUTSIDE-Cpl. blanks for Christmas, including a The Jax congregation Ahavath 1
Franklin C. Thornton of Napoleon telegrams and Santa grams, can be x Chesed, has offered to furnish necessary

Oh., holds short cigarette dispatched through the Western NAME PUZZLE-It all started when Mr. and Mrs. William T. supplies and materials for
as he huddles in his sleeping Union offices in the Mainside and Cole wrote to Richard Cole, and it turned out that there are this holiday to Jewish Naval per
bag for protection against NATTC Navy Exchanges.The two Mr. and Mrs. William T. Coles and two Richard Cole-(read sonnel.
cold on Korea's "Little Gibral- text of the Santagrams, story above), Lcdr. Robert E. Elliott chaplain at NATTCenter, Those interested are requestedto
ter." Shattered trees in the something new, is such that it ap- shows Richard Cole, SA, of Madison Conn. and Richard Cole>,AA, make their needs know to the
background bear evidence to peals to the youngsters and adults of Quincy, III., the letters that he received from their parents both Station Chaplain, Building 750. H.

., '" heavy fighting which raged alike. Messages can be filed any- also with identical names. Statistics for such occurances is high-' will obtain and deliver UM aM ,,

over the disputed landmark. time here for delivery Christmas. probably a million-to-one., quested materials.JU s
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: AN School r Fliers Chalk Up


Winner Of


Keg CrownAirman Fourth StraightJax



School Company .Navy's Fliers rolled to their fourth triumph in as many,
Red, NATTC bowing league starts with a 66-48 victory over Patrick Air Force Base Tuesday on
winners pulled a surprise upset the latter's court. It was the second defeat over the Air Forcementhis

when they dropped Fleet Air season.
of 5 of The Fliers were scheduled at
Wing 11 in the best a out the
sible
on very slippery floor
Rollins College yesterday and re-
9 series for the station bowling
the Fliers slowed the down
turn home Friday to entertainthe pace
championship.Dick V University of Florida fresh- and concentrated pn set-up play.
Walsh had high:: pin total '4i1 R lr y lr1 men at NATTC auditorium.Big and quick, sharp passing. The Zip-.
of 1569 and high game averageof M
pers, evidently depending on speed
Steve Zebos sparked the
177-plus in the nine-game series -
alone become hopelessly mired.
for the Airmen, while Dan- Fliers in their Tuesday night
Senecal racked a 169plusaverage triumph over Patrick tallying 16 Steve Zebos played quite a bit
ny for top FAW-11 up honors points. Most of Big Steve s shots of the game for the first time this: I
were made from outside of the season and dropped in eight field
The winning Airman combine defense. He hit seven from the goals and three foul shots for high .
featured Dick Walsh. Al Brady. floor and added two free throws. scorer of the night. John Saliby
Mac McQueen, Bill Allison, Dave Bob Rhinehart contributed 15 tallied 16 for the Zippers and Bob
Sweeney and Art Rivenburgh. points to the Fliers' cause while Grabaz 15 for. the Fliers.

Pin Totals AMM Bob Grabaz hit for 12. The Fliers Lead All the Way

FA W-11 led at halftime, 29-19. Jax Navy held a healthy 31.11/
Danny Senecal 1525 6L Down CharlestonThe lead at half time. The court titled
Ken Wallers 1520 Fliers grabbed their third during the half and a slightly

Cmdr. Voorhies 1443 1133 straight victory last Friday night faster game became possible. -.
Hinderliter
Don 1095 from the Charleston Atlantic Very few personal fouls were
Doug Crevar 419 r Fleet Zippers, 61-37, on the local called in the game as understand.
Ed SphtstoneAN court. ing officials slipped and slid with

School The Fliers have almost doubled the players. Jax Navy did not
Dick Walsh 1569 their opponents' scores in each of commit a foul until 7 minutes, 13
Bill Allison 1483: their three games. seconds of the third 'quarter had
1335
Al Brady elapsed.
1322 Quickly discovering their fast-
Dave Sweeney
FLIERS
_
would not be pos.Ii -
Art Rivenburgh 1049 breaking game FO F FTS.Sehrlnger .
Mac McQueen 368 Rhelnhart ..___...._... Z 1 ;S
HARDWOOD ACTIVITY ............. 3 0 15
Jax Navy court performerssplit VVelscl ................ 0 0 0
in their meeting with Carroll ................ 4 0 ft
Charleston last Duffy ................. 0 0 0
r ml Navy Friday Klogg ................. 0 0 0
rS with the varsity Fliers winning Gay..O 0 0
61-37 over the Zippers, while Zebos ................ 8 3 55Duncley
the WAVES were bowing to ............... 0 0 0
Orabaz ................ 7 1 15:
'ta,. the invading Charleston belles, Pasco ................. 2 0 4'uyles
-- .CHfPs 41-27. In top photo Steve Ze- \ ................2: 0 4
bos (No. 32), screens nicely as -
teammate Don Carroll arches 28 5 Gl
: a
'''' '' a
''' ''-' '
-:..-:....1''J'....... -..-.:..' -::.-..-.-. -. two-pointer. In the bottom pho- zirrMts: .,
to Jax Navy WAVES' forward FG F PTs.
The golf course has changed to Willie Foster, zips throughthe Suliby ................. 7 :2 18Kotl *
one .................. 3 0 6
its winter coat. Winter rye grass meshes for a field goal in rA Jones ................. 0 0 0
has been planted on all tees and the girls' tussle. ti C Stehle ................. 0 0 O
i Midrtleton ............. 0 0 0
greens and putting surfaces are Team Gaudlng\ .............. 0 O 0Reeves
excellent condition. Navy Captures .......k........ 3 0 6
now in ., Fadlcy .... ............ 2 1 :S
j Pro Jack Harvey has asked all National Pistol Trophy Dolnack .............. 2 0 4
tdU Vos ... ...............0 0 0
golfers to cooperate in keepingthe Washington (AFPS) N a v y Maxwell .. .... ........ 0 0 C 0
grass in its present good con Secretary Dan Kimball has re- Shay . .. ....... 0 0 0
ceived the first national ,45 caliber -
ob-
asked to
dition. Players are 17 3 37
pistol championship trophy ever NR ; .
sA0 f1 w .
and to
serve golf etiquette, not won by a Navy team.
drag carts across greens, or throw
cigarettes or golf bags on the The four-man team of sharp- i Plenty Of Leather
plush greens. shooters beat more than 20 major -L
contenders, including the nation'stop
Players are requested that on Service, club and 'S
police
gun
Tossed I In Cecil'sFirst -
all short holes, where irons are teams. The Army finished second g ar S
to be used, to be sure to tee balls : -
and the Marine Corps third.
tees and refrain from 1; < 91
up on prac- ; s
The silver bowl ;
trophy
ticing swings" on the tees. "It's sented by the,National a Rifle Asso-pre r'' l lw Ring ShowCecil
Harvey says, "come
your course
ciation, will remain in the
out and enjoy it and help us take posses
Field's first smoker of the
sion of the Navy until a new
care of it. champion is crowned next fall.Weather year Monday was an auspicious:
t one with plenty of ring action exhibited
by boxers from Jax Navy.

Waves Drop OutlookWe're 3.I.... Cecil Field, Green Cove Springs
-------- Naval Station and Charleston

in for a bit of rain this Navy.In .
Four in RowSeemingly week-end, according to the NAS Jax Host To Saufley FieldIn the main attraction Ray
Aerology office: Lawson, Atlantic Fleet heavy- .
unable to get started, Friday-Cloudy to partly clou- weight champion and Bob Law-
Jax Navy's Waves finished on the dy with gentle to moderate Ring Smoker TonightWith rence of Green Cove fought a
short end of a 41-19 count against southerly winds and warmer. three-round no-decision bout.
Southern Bell in a Girls' City Showers and cold frontal passage most of its squad fresh from warm-up matches at .

League tilt Monday. It markedthe Friday night. Jax rlngmen entertain Pensacola'sSaufley Ken Smith, Jax Navy light-
I Cecil Field Monday, Navy
fourth straight defeat for the
Saturday-Partly cloudy to heavy won a unanimous decisionover
smoker tonight at ..
in
Waves. I cloudy with rain during the Field punchers a NATTCenter Set Simmons of Cecil in the a
Southern opened fast and the night. Moderate southeasterly auditorium. Action gets underway at 2000. semi-main event.Bantamwehtht.

issue was never in doubt. Lois winds and colder. Saufley, like Jax, is I' Pat Agar of Jax
Gardner, with 17 tallies, and Jua- Sunday-Cloudy with scattered of rebuilding Navy broke his hand in a match
nita Glass, with 14, paced the' winners shower activity. Moderate throes ; with Harney Beattie of Cecil
I while Eva Buenger and Willie northerly winds shifting to squad, and from early Field, losing the decision. Agar
Foster led the Navy scorers with southerly during the day. Con- about equal in strength one of the Fliers' mainstays, willprobably {
I seven and six points, respectively. tinued cool.Daughter. perience as the home be lost for the rest of
ii their last time out the
i The Waxes were beaten for the the season.
\ third straight time last Friday by (as radio ground out men were soundly Floyd Smith, scored a techni-
Charleston, 44-27, in the prelim to the lastest In be-bop): "Did "you Green Cove Springs their card. ; cal'knockout over Jocko Janetske .
bout in
ever hear anything so terrific. one
the Fliers-Charleston fracas."Sak" in the first round. Both are members -
t "Father: "Can't say as I have, the other hand, took
i Sakovick, Charleston's although I once heard a collision from the Mothballers! of the Jax Navy boxing

: sharp-shooting forward, stole the between a truckload of milk cans melee held about two team.
, show for the visitors, ringing the and a wagon loaded with ducks." Middleweight Curtis An up and coming prospect
I meshes for 27 points, as many as : welterweight Jim Crawford
the entire Jax club. scored for Jax in a unanimous decision -

i Willie Foster's hook shot netted I I'I Where Is The Football Cecil Field.over Cal Hornback of

her 13 points ax high pointmaker I .* *

'I for Jax. J It was a mad dash to the Bruce Banks, AOU1, of Kid Castro, carrying Charleston -
phone as the Jax Air News and Fire, third. colors, decisioned Rusty ".L
Sports Quiz resumed last week, Hagen claims a $ f"I Wingard of Green.Cove in a fly-
r rI I with the question not aa tough award as first prize; weight melee, while the only
as presumed. a free case of soft knockout of the card was regis-
I The answers to the quizzer, the Navy Exchange tered by lightweight Left Ferentz:
"la what sport is a 'fronton'uaed drinks counter, and of Cecil over Frankie Carpenterof
I ?" were quick and sharp. the meal chit to the Jax Ferentz applied the finisher -
, The answer to that one is: "The cafeteria as the third in 20 seconds of the first
'fronton' is the building in Others who were round.
which Jal Ala is played." first to answer the Unable to find competition in
F Fr Jai Alal, for those who are cluded Frank Kauf, their weights, Jax middleweights -
not familiar with the term is a NATTC; Gertrude Red Hopkins and Paul Taylor
Spanish game played with a dola, TDAN, of Ground mixed gloves with Hopkins
Fi ,wicker-racket: and a ball, hurled ing; Amos Acrc, emerging the victor. Jerry Deley :
i against the aide of the walls, School, NATTC; John of Sax decisioned team mate Bob
with two men on a side. It is tyre, SN, Harris in. another middleweightgo.
quite popular in Florida. Lawrence Snook, .
Lt. Merle Hagen of Airman ron Six. The Four Swedish Bell Ringer 1J
/ School, NATTC, was the first This week's question entertained the crowd in an ex-
vd to provide the correct answer, tively simple: hibition.
with Benny Davis, MA2.jot "J 'leba1I'. Hall of Jax Navy ring squad meets the ::1
"Carbaugh's going to be surprisedto Training Facilities, NATTC at Cooperstown, N. Y. Saufley punchers at NATTC
f; find out the Chiefs discovered the second place winners, and to the shrine of gym tonight at 2000.
Ms secret sacking out place" the holidays.

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13 December 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


I Center Athletes- Sutton TopsLinksmen



Best PrisonersIn 1 1a In


CompetitionNineteen Fall CupDark

teen NATTCentermen traveled .

to Raiford Sunday to engage a t horse Ken Sutton captured -
the state prison's basketball and I IR the Fall Cup championshipflight

.. roftball teams. The Center athletes .. : I 1 1I; ; ;: crown with a 2 and, 1 tri-

won, 59-51, on Raiford's outdoor umph over runner-up Erwia
clay court, and squeezed out Scott as play in the tourney con-
a 5-4. victory on the diamond. t a'q cluded last week.

Four NATTC departments were< 42f Sutton proved his links prow-
represented on the trip Aviation q ess by also winning a 72-holt
Ordnanceman School sent Abne: medal play tournament with a
Gunter and Art McGinty, while Al; 299 total, for an average of 71
Brady represented Airman Schoo; plus per 18 holes. Suttop, an i
-
Ship's Company. ADI, is attached to NATTC and t

On hand from Supply'were is an instructor in Airman I

Quinton MaeElyea, Al Gonyea, School.
Don Beck and Jay Farrar. Special; Dave Moody defeated Dick I

Services( players included Bob ; Y ,. Middleton 2 and 1 after being
#
. Reinhardt, Ward Weisel, Jay Wieeer a tied at the 18th, to win the first I
Felix Carlson, Spike Laff. flight honors An additional nine

man, Chuck Yen, Moose Carver, holes was needed before Moody

Bill Cobb, Dick Salvatore, Gi won out. E
:
Whitaker, Moose Gillen and MillJayvees Jack Piva took the measure of :1

Sega s.i. Tony Iazzi, 4 and 3, to win the I.
i. 1" second flight crown, while Cecil
LINKS FOUR-BALL WINNERS Winners of Four-Ball play were on hand to receive their Coward bested Moe Atkinson, Sup -

Setting awards, presented last week by Comdr. James It. Armstrong, NAS executive officer (seated left). to annex the third flight bunt- 1

Left to right, standing, are, Moe Atkinson, who teamed with Chuck Boligar as runners-un in third ing.
flight; Les Platt, who teamed with Andrew Leschak to win second spot in the second flight; Gordon Players were given handicaps
Fast Pace I In Lee who paired with Earl Brooks to win the second flight; Leschak; Harry Webb, partner of James according to their scores postedin
Mauldin for third flight title; Ken Sutton, who teamed with John Adams as runners-up in the championship past games. Men with handi-
flight; Mauldin; Adams, and Steve Corneliussen, who paired with Doc Bramlett to win the caps up to 10 were entered in
City Loop PlayJax first flight: Seated right is Tom Burnham co-runner-up with Norman O'Brien in first flight. championship flight play, with
the losers in first round play I F
Navy Jayvees kept pace I IJflX "/"" "/ /""/""" / / // ".' I/N/NN///IHNNMIM//1/NN/ moving to the first flight. The I

with: their varsity counter- S BJR J .hEW'S.tpOts;. Infra-Mural I I Cage second with flight handicaps is made from up 11 of to golfers IS-
with 73-26 thumpingof
\ parts a and the third flight is comprisedof
VF-13 ,in a Jax :Men's City Meeting Dec. 19 linksmen with handicaps of 19

League fray Tuesday, for and over.Pair.
their fourth straight victory. Play in the NAS intramuralbasketball 1 .
league will not get
Applying the fast break in per underway until after the holidays Scores

fection, the JV's picked up early with the tentative startingdate
and never let go. Forward John set for Jan. 14.
Gallagher and playmaker Frank There will be an NAS intra Records At
I Sipes paced the JV's with 15 and
mural basketball meeting
I Del Brandenburg .
10 points respectively. Wednesday, Dec. 19, in Building
and Jack Carder led VF-
9 930 at 0900. All units interested Pistol Range
; 13 with 17 points between them Hot To GolAction in fielding teams in the NAS

The Jayvees'ran past, around league should have representatives Jax Navy Pistol team members
and through the Jewish Community John Lucas and Robert Stringer
I
Center aggregation, 83-46, last Begins In NATTC tiiiiiiiiluiiiiimmiiitiiMimiihBreaktheBank' present'"/".._"'.."".."" /" _NNN have. "" net r>istnl iccviNaval .... ....a for the "
Sunday. Air Station range.

Jumping into an early lead, the Pot Stringer fired a record total of
Jayvees led 15-14 at the first quarter Intra-Mural Cage RacePreseason 198 out of a possible 200 for the

and surged way ahead !in the Ready For The TakeThere 25-yard slow-fire course. In the
first-week
practice-and lack of it-left its mark on
second. 50-yard slow fire, he fired high
Frank Sipes was high, man for standings in NATTCenter's intra-mural basketball league play. Five is $23.50 in the "Break- score of 190 out of a possible 200.
the locals with 21 points, while of the loop's 16 teams were Unbeaten in two starts, while six others the-Bank" pot, with ,the bowling In the 25-yard time fire, he fireda I

George IDgh stood,out on defense. had yet to win led TraFac. Ten men scored for contest only a week old A tallyof perfect 200, and fired ten more I
into early front positions 204 is high to date.
Jumping game before missing.
bullseyes
All of Coach Beaver's men saw ANP( ) in the TraFac game.
action In the contest. in the individual scoring race AO Students squeezed past Marine The bowling contest being Lucas established a station record -
were Zukoakl of Supply; Chuck staged at Mainside alleys, will run for the National Match Course
Two games are on the docket Students, 35-32, in a seesaw
for the JV's this week. They tan Kerr, who played and for the is Jax Navy the tilt. Score by quarters was 5-6, until Dec. 23. unless of course, with a high of 293 out of a pos j
Fliers last year pacing someone posts a 250-game, in sible 300. The national record for
gle with strong Towers Hardware this 19-15, 25-24, 3532. Dobbins was I
in a City League fracas Thursday Aircraft Maintenance team of AE high for AO Students. Nesbitt : which case the winner claims the this course is 298. Stringer set the
season, and McPartlin prize. I station record for the Camp PearyCour'e
night and clash with VC-62 of sparked the Marines.
Cecil Field Friday in the prelim School. Each averaged better than AMERICAN If the pot is won In one single with a high score of 296,
of the Fliers-Florida Froeh con 17 points per game in the first two LEAGVKW.. J. day, a new contest will begin the which is within four points of the

i contests.In Dispensary .. .. ... ........ .. 2 0 next. national record

teat American League competition Supply ...., .. ...... ..................... ..2 0 I Chief Lucas also has the high j

Dispensary beat AO Ship's AO Shlp'i Co ...... ...... .. 1 1Al'oP To Hold Turkey Shoots Aggregate score for the station i

Want Body Beautiful? Company, 38-28, and dropped Per- / ) fehlp'i Co. ....... ..... 1 1 Wesconnet VFW Post 7909 located with '..1'5, 61. out ,of a possible
sonnel 4129. High scorers were ... .... .. ... 1 1 .. ... ,
Aircraft Malut ; -
.
A call has out to Mainslde Rd., will 1,000. .* $*? ....... .
gone Blanding
on sponsor ) '
personnel to enter a bodybuildingclass. Gillespie, Hoberg and Autry for Personnel ... .... .. ...... .. .. 1 1 shoots on Dec. 15 and .The f t-! ," '. t 1\1\ .,
Dispensary, Bowden for AO and Special Services ....,.. ..... 0 2 Dec.turkey 22 from 1030 until dark. Florida i 5ft 8C.1t! '/< !
McCaffrey for Personnel. Dispen- Marine Term. Parly ." 0 2 Toumam liairr .. ,;
Experienced weight men will be event is to the public ,
15-17 at The
trailed the Yeomen open :
-j on hand to instruct and aid begin- : sary half-time, then scored 16 points NATIONAL I.KM.VKW.: : I.. and guns and ammunition will be ;.,.' ,.!,'', ,,. ...;;.",,111* lU":. .::1. ; ., .

ners. Object of the project is to I to Personnel's one point in the AK School .... ". ,. ." 2 0 furnished. Proceeds will go toward
Voll.e
form a body-building club from third quarter. AE School .. .. .. ..... .. ... 2 0 the building fund.Invited !jJ 1j J <

which a weight-lifting' team may Supply Brats Marines ANIP) Students ........ .. ...2 0 I I At Stake Fricl t v' j
be formed, providing sufficient Supply overwhelmed Marine: AO Students "............ ... 1 1 To DanceSenior ,
talent is available.Hunting Permanent Party, 88-22, and defeated Commissary .. .,,. ........' 0 1
Special Services, 56-45. TraFnc .. .. .. ..... ... .. ... 0 1Mallne class of St. Vincent's The station's volleyball championship -
. Students ........... ". 0 3vi'list Hospital extends a cordial invitation goes on the line tomorrowat
Farrar High were, Doering Zukowskl and, Engel Jablonski for, ; Lt ., ." ......, .., .., 0 2 to all personnel aboard the 1400 when Aviation Ordnanceman

FishingColumnistSought Supply, Abernethy and Cobb for station to attend its annual Christmas School meets Fasron Six in a

Special Services and Pitton for the J dance Friday Dec. 14, from best-of-five series at Mainside V I

Marino. Supply used 11 men in Hugh Duffy holds the all-time 2100 to 0100 at the Friday Musi- gym.AO.
cable Auditorium, 645: Oak St. School Is NATTCenter I
Several have beenreceived the Marine game and every man high batting average for one season -
responses semi-formal and uniformsor intra-mural champion, while Fas- 1
in the majors with a .438 madein It is
of a to Hunting the request and for Fishing writers scored.Personnel pounded Special Services I 1S94 while playing with the Boston coats and ties must be worn. A ron Six. won the NAS Intramuralcrown. I
nominal fee will be charged. .
column for the Jax Air News, 41.34, with Mayfield and Taylor Nationals. I
but none have met the qualifi high for the Yeomen and Laff- r....
cations. man tops for Special Services.

The Jax Air News at the request Aircraft Maintenance caught fire
the fourth to drop
in quarter
of hundreds of its readers
is still anxious to ANP) Ship's Company, 35-30: as '
very
Chuck Kerr poured In 23 points ondeadly
weekly column for
carry a set shots. Captain Mel Ga I 1
fishermen and hunters. ,
mache was high scorer for ANtP),
Personnel, either military ort ,1 1
AK Down AO
civilian, who wish to devote "
.. their time to compiling information AO Ship's Company outmanned ';
33-29 and
Aircraft Maintenance, ,
for the column are requested -
ANP) Ship's Company won by l lt
to contact the editor in
/. Permanent
forfeit from Marine
A room 125, Main Administration )
Party.
Building, or phone extension
National League play saw AK
.
8184. School defeat AO Students, 28-20,
and swamp First Lieutenants, i 'j

Bowling as we know it today is 74-8 Nelson, Bulow, Huttlcston

a comparatively new game: but and Ferguson paced the Store- .;
the sport of bowling dates back keepers. Nichols Wall AO high It
some 750 years when the Dutch, scorer ; $ a
Swiss and Germans used to play AE School dumped :Marine Students -

... the game with nine pins. 37-29, and romped over
I At that time the alley was aatingle Commissary 4420. McPartlin and <<"

J plank, 12to, 18 inches wide. Ball led AE; Sculein paced the
The pins were set up in three Marines and Hablewitz was Com j I

rows of three each. It was a popular missary's high scorer.
lot of skill ANI') Students Win ... _. ...
a '
sport, requiring .f< "" '"'" TrY< ,
ANP) Students ran over First
and thus encouraging gambling but not outfought the AE School dab .l
The Lieutenants, 52-17, and trounced TOUCH FOOTBALL RUNNERS-UP-OutplayeH ,
gambling,
among the players. until Training" FaclMtlw,"M-27. Godre- NATTCenter, runners-up to Naval Hospital In the til-station intra-mural touch grid championship
however, continued to spread ault. Docke17ud Boyle 'set the lines up with its offensive unit. Front row, left to right, are Ed Larson, Fred Elliot, John Sullivan
the game of nine-pins became'lIOrorrupt and Miller In the backfleld are Bob Robkhaud, Jim Hanskat and Len Lubinsbi, .
In. ANPK wee;) >I turptoy was high Red Parlate Larry
that it was outlawed winner fell before Hospital, 33-7, In the title playoff UU. '
: fofFF'rst, ; and Cinlto AE School, NATTCenter loop ,
- 1 New York and Connecticut.: .. : ,Vf.Utantt : a-

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Dialogue ,

I (Items offering for sale articles: .... .' {. ,. Effective Dec. 16 hundred .
of property such as washing machines and sixty-five enlisted personnel ("Station Dialogue" provides an
automobiles, furniture, attached to NAS Jacksonvillewill opportunity for military and civilian -
radios, clothing and the like is be advanced to pay grade personnel of NAS to voice
prohibited by Defense Department E-3 as a result of the examina- their opinion on a question put to
regulations This column tion taken here recently them by a Jax Air News reporter)

will, however, list such services: In accordance with Personnel Today's question I.: "Do ;you
as available housing, rides wanted Officer's Memorandum No. 68- 'think a woman will ever IxM-ome "

lost and found articles, and t 51, advancements have been madein either president or vice-president,
other similar notices). the following rates: 88 air-' Are they capable l 'enough. of suchresponsibility
FOR RENT men, 36 seamen, 20 firemen, 2 ?
hospital corpsmen, and one den- *
Furn. 4-rm. apt., $55 per mo. 807 talman.
Opal Ruyle, Navy Exvchange:
Acosta, Mrs. Powell, Ph. 78206after
1730.2sleeping "I don't think

rms., kit. priv.. 2518 : so I don't
Park St., Abe Martin Ph. 8- NAVY WIVES think a woman
0712.
would be
Unfurn. 5-rm. apt., $75 per mo. cap-
2815 Forbes St., Mrs. Mary For. CORNERThe able of handlingsome 4.. t zs.

naciari, Ph. 2-5002. I of the decisions ..
t
Furn. rm., 5535 Brent St.. Tim. last social meeting of the that ,.
uquana Rd., W. E. Leavitt. ext I Navy. Wives Club was attended would have to
8240. I by nearly 60 persons and turned be made. Most Ruyle
2-furn. rms., 2031 Herschel Mrs. I out to be a big success. men would be prone to think overa

Griffin, Ph. 7-6503. Plans for another dance evening decision while a woman wouldbe
Furn. rm., 2503 Dellwood. Mrs, will be made during; the more likely to jump to a con- W. G. Bowden, Ph. 7-5626. next business meeting on Wed. clusion." -I
Furn. rm. kit. priv., 1022 Brier. nesday, Dec. 19. All membersare i
field Drive. Murray Hill Luna urged to be present. Dick Rogers, DT3, Dental Lab:
Hudson. e .... .
The Nursery will close Christ Yes ana no. ithink
Furn. bdrm. kit priv., 2748 Iro- 24 1800
mas Eve, December at ,
quois Ave., Mrs. Johnson, contact but will stay open until 0200 on see one a woman daywe'll -
after 1800. Dec. 31, New Year's Eve. Reservations k
3-bdrm house Orange Park, Mrs. vicepresident
for beds for that night;
but not a
Card Ph. 112-8-2041.:!
A
being taken now. depositof
are
female Piesi-
Furn. 2-rm. apt.. also 2 single $1.00 is required and will be
bdrms., 2601 Park Mrs. S. R. bill. dent. They'llmake
against
applied ; your
the office
Ph. 8-2770.
Houston
Rm. & board, 2937 AlgonquinAve. Refunds will be made but only I ....- of vice presiRogers -
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Mrs. W. C. Parrish. I until 24 hours before the eveningof I I dent a social
Furn. apt.. 2151 College Mrs the 31st. No punches will betaken function rather than a politicalone.
7-5960. on New Year's night. If a woman does become
Smith Ph. I
POTENT KILLER-Splashing her way to new sea sagas is-theNavy's Christmas
Furn. 6-rm. house, garage, 4315 The Nursery will have a president there'll be a major
Hercules St.. Murray Hill. Mrs. I new snorkel-equipped submarine, USS Wahoo, launched party on Thursday, Dec. 20, change in economic policy. Let'sfervently
N II. The craft, termed by the
Portsmouth 1,600-ton
at
recently ,
1800. at 1000. All our customers are the
Hodges, Ph 2-9843 after hope we never see
it's "most underwater vessel" was named after its
Furn. bdrm. kit. priv., LakeShore Navy potent asked to register their children day."
LeGrand. Ph. 2-7216. famous WWII predecessor. early. .

3rm. Duplex 331 WoodlawnAve. Before bringing children to the Helen Adams, Navy Exchange:
Camchen Ph. 7- Nursery, to be sure that they feel
Mrs. "I m p o s a I. :
4968. all right and have no temperature.Save .
Furn. 2811 Forbes, Mrs. BreezingAround yourself time and troubleas ble! What woman
rm.,
Hagedorn Ph. 23043. 0 & R I children with a bad cold or would ad- .

Furn. rm.. Orange Pk. Mrs. A. B. temperature over 100 degrees can mit to being >
Curtis, Ph. 11284171. definitely not be admitted.The 35? However, If rtrau I I
one were elect- IJ
closed all
FOR SALE Nursery will be J Ii
ed, she'd prob-
Dec. 25th and all day on i
day on
_. 25 ft. house trailer (M) 1948 do
Inspection Group cial Suggestions. It is believed a Jan. 1, 1952. ably a good ;
model Will swap equity for I Beneficial Suggestion submittedlast I job- for being j ja
equal equity in house or will A get-together has been plannedfor Macheda will Adams j
; 1200 in week by Chief Blotter A small rectangularpiece housekeeper
1100 to
21 from
sell equity. Azalea Trailer Dec. of several hun- would start cleaning up the
she
3 s. result in a savings of substance you
Office for Inspection porous
Park. Harold Sanders Lot 66, the Main Inspection dred dollars yearly in material and time looking for while government. Women seem to be
and civilian spend your
I Ph. 2-6666. ). military personnel man-hours If accepted. the Ink is drying successful in most of the jobs they I
MISCELLANEOUS undertake these days.
Inspection offers praise to RalphR. *
Candidate this week for the *
1" Babv sitter-2031 Herschel, Ce- Rose is Chief Anthony Ma. West, Inspector, P&A Division. "I have a. cold or something in Prosthetics
Navy Comdr John Hughes,
Ph. 81867. J
r. cile Bowen West is the father of Major Her head."
Grove cheda. This hardworking Chief has my ., Lab "I don't \
Ride wanted-6509 Hyde L. West of Florida's most "
man one "A cold, undoubtedly. :
several for his BenefIIi!-
fo, Ave., 0730 to 1600. Supply won prizes decorated soldiers. Major West, think a woman
t 1 Dept., Yvonne McCullough, only -33 years old, is a twice- at work loaded with bass for his could I become
, ext. 365.Driving wounded veteran of two wars and friends, but modestly claimed Jess President f o rshe'd
& to Pensacola Dec 22. Will has been awarded six 'medals for had all the luck. (Jess is carrying probably
take three passengers, share personal bravery. These include sandwiches this week.) fail t o garner

,', exp., returning Jan. 1, Edward the Distinguished Service Cross The boys aver that you; can't the female
O'Donnell, Ph. 9-9004 after (the Nation's second highest keep good fuselage inspectorsdown vote. Someday

I 1630. award), the Silver Star, and the but just in case the fish however Ishouldn't
Driving to Boston, Mass.. Dec 19. Bronze Star with three Oak Leaf don't bite when they go-we-ell, be
Will take 1 or 2 riders one wav Clusters. Major West is now backin they're still figuring the cost. Hughes surprised to see

Share expenses, Ed Fisher. 1038 the good old United States on r S a woman vice-president. She'd '
Kings Ave., Southside, Ph. 9- probably do a good job of it too,
duty at the Recruiting Office, Fred R. Saudi, AA, messenger
340. .. I Miami District. Inspection takes Main Inspection Office 1 just for in that capacity she could
'rtainatt + to Lcdr WilliamT
lt t. Dec. Congratulations social functions
I
r.'W of the
some
assistant Public Works off their hats to both the Major knows he doesn't have one thingto assume
Maley.
.. i I" t + e way and his father. about for Christmas. A that are now heaped upon
Charles C. worry
.. :; O*"rMMSZ l5Uii4ito, Wertz, officer and Lcdr. the shoulders of the President."
c. ; Mt Ph. 4- Compton, assistant Public Works poor, overworked, broken-down MMary
.. Welcome> back to John W. Stan. postman has just delivered him a
i "..., .. M ft. officer, NAB-6, who were recently Dimick ISA, Special Services ,
''tq Cin20.- selected for promotion to com ell, Aircraft Inspector, from Pia- box from home containing from -

r ll 'I"Q... V} ))ee. mander. seckl Helicopter Corporation, Morton "soup to nuts." : "Nope. A
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..nPl'tI, two/- 'hare.'expenses Commander Compton has re- Pa., where he has been In Believe it or not, the list goes: woman's place
"-- and" help with driving. JohnA. ceived word that orders will be school, training for the mainten- Chow to eat, kleenex to wipe fingers La in the home.
Baughman. 2532 HerschelSt. forthcoming for his transfer to a ance and overhaul of HUP-2 Heli toothbrush to scrub teeth
.. Ph. 6-1354 between 0930- duty station in Japan within a few copters. He reports taking a flying swing kit to sew back popped off They're too
1030. days We wish Commander trip to New York's Chinatown and buttons, writing material for busy acting In
Riders wanted-leaving Dec 22 Compton continued success as he seeing duck prepared here. Seems "thank you," books to read the an advisory capacity
for Pittsburgh contact J. W. leaves NAS to take over his new they are cooked with head and all remainder of the day playing there. If
Deegan, Ph. 48484. billet. and then hung by the neck on a cards for relaxation in the evening bhe were to holda
Ride wanted to Rochester. N. Y. Dub Stembridge, Chief Clerk, Is line to "mellow." -then the payoff: He's going high public Dimick
Leaving Dec. 21. James S. Con- in Rockyford, Ga., due to illness of Guys In the P&A Inspection Division home for Christmas. The folks office, I don't believe she'd be sub .
stantine, AN ext. 723. his mother-in-law Mlmt Baileyof are putting the "bee' on don't know. ject to any more coercion than a
Riders wanted to Baltimore Md.. Design returned from leave Lester. "Slick" Sellers Inspectorand The welcome mat is out for man." I
help with driving. Leaving Monday. Jess A. Marable, Supervisor Gutce A. McMeekln, AD2; William *

Dec. 20. Mrs. Powell. Ph. 7-4214 Yrank Nellie, Senior Civilian Seems Slick had a terribly bad H. Brown, ADl; and Chief HaroldO. Robert Havens, SA..__, Dental_ Lab:
: or Ph. 7-8206 after 1730. Shop Personnel Supervisor, Is back seizure to get off for a day's fish- Wood. Inspection had a loss, "No. i don't '
zt from Washington, having completed ing and, of course Jess had to go, too, with Jack M. Taylor, AM1, think they'd be
Traffic Violations; two weeks at the Industrial too. Next morning Slick arrived was tagged for shore patrol duty, % } able to stand up

IIUIIIV. Relations Institute School Joe .... ,,. ..ro.Mfrs under the pres-
rM Listed below are the traffic Geissman has gone to Crescent .r..A/f.wsa.- sure They may I'i ih

},' court penalties awarded at this Beach on a fishing trip Ralph a v qualities \,

station for traffic violation committed Dyer of the Carpenter Shop is the where grey ...
from November 29 to December proud papa of a 7-pound boy, born matter is concerned ...
6: Sunday, Dec. 9. : ,- t:>u.t.1 .
Multiple Offenses: J, W West, We are happy to report that Havens d o nOt thinkthey'd s .
PN2-Illegal use of Station Tag; through the contributions of the be able to make decisionsand
r improper parking-15 days' loss Public Works Department, It is stick to 'em."
: of driving privilege.J. possible for one deserving familyIn r
i L. White, AA-failed to stop our midst to enjoy a Merry '
for stop sign; no driver's license,' Christmas. Thanks to all department Top ChaplainContinued
: faulty equipment-CO for action. personnel.
Miscellaneous offenses ; W. LtJg( ) Robert Mix, formerly of ( from Page 1)
Sloan, AA-failed to stop for stop Public Works, is at the Naval Air Character Guidance Program
sign-5 days' loss of driving privi Station this week on business. Lt have already been introduced.
Mix is now stationed in Washington. Chaplain Kuolt will be orderedto

lege.M.. N, Segas, AA failed to register Washington in'the near future _
a transfer of Station Auto Walter Crevasse, Time Clerk, Is M for consultation on standardizing ..
,t Tag-CO for action. on leave until the 21st and we the program on the schools level.
.to W. L. Arwood, SN-Illegal use understand he is spending his timeon The next step will be to stan-
of Station Tag-loss of driving the golf course Welcometo TRUCK OF ALL TRADES-Army's latest multi-purpose vehicle dardize a program for the entire'

privilege pending proof of title. Robert Durden, who }s assignedto Is this 22-ton cargo tractor equipped with interchangeablekits Navy. formu-
Speeding. N. J. Borgia AA-30 the Mail File Room as Messen- to perform various tasks. It can haul either an anti-aircraft This program is being of all
personnel
days' loss of driving privilege. gun, artillery and gun crew, ammunition supply or supplementary lated to care for In addition
denominations.
. Involved in Accident: It. L. ger.Only one more week until the equipment. It also contains kits to perform the duties of a wrecker faiths and and discussions

:'::1: Browning, AN-CO for action.t dance and tomorrow is pay-day. or bulldozer. The assistant! driver mans a 50-eallfcer machine gun to lectures slides< and visual

' : :. J. Ketm, HN3--30 days' loss Buy your ticket in advance and ,In front of the truck. Pictured above are members of the Illinois, aids moving will picture be used.
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rf driving privilege plan for a good ttm. National Guard loading a motor generator unit InU.tbe vehicle. ...

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