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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1951
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commandeer Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing:: 11 :

VOL-9 No.. 38 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 20"Dec., 1951
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Safety AwardIf b F Y., ? F2sk For Holidays


the present low frequency w .r YWo, y vp. Special holiday services will

rate is maintained through be conducted &t the various

December, the Naval Air Sta- chapels at NAS Jax in keeping

tion will be in line for an with the traditional solemn

award from the Secretary of observance of Christmas.

the Navy for having maintained Both Protestant and Catholic

an outstanding safety Chapels have prepared programsfor

program for 1951, according midnight services. Precedingthe
Midnight Mass at St Edward's
to Lcdr. Charles L.Garretson
will
Chapel at 2400, the occasion
Industrial Itelations officer. \ be observed with organ music, Including -

; The station is experiencing an Christmas h "Carol Rhapsody" by Pur
industrial accident frequency rate Merry vis, "Noel" by D'Aquin and "Puer
of 4,26 for 1951 as compared to Nascitur" by Guilmant. St. Ed-
6.34 for 1950, figures show. ward's Choir will render "Ave
To 150 Families
Maria" in Gregorian chant.
All Hands Cooperate I -- ---- ----- -- -

I In issuing the announcement I Carols to be sung include "See
J j Lcdr. Garretson declared that "If Thanks To 0 & BOne BASKETS FOR TilE NEEDY This scene was duplicated Amid the Winter's Snow," featur-
all hands at this activity had not several times in the Overhaul and Repair department this weekas I' ing Norman Breault and Joseph
i worked wholeheartedly togetherto the department's various divisions packed baskets for needy Kordek as soloists; "Sleep Holy
reduce industral accidents, the hundred and fifty families with groceries bought by personnel. Some 150 families Babe," with Allen Hayes and
low frequency rate 'could not needy families in the Jacksonville will receive one basket of groceries each for Christmas. Left to i' James Wenner as soloists; "The
have been possible." right, clockwise, are Plant division employees, Albert White, Carl Snow Lay on the Ground" with
area will h a v e a McCormick James Lamb, Carson Mrs. Frances Ziarnik as soloist,
"A few years ago, Lcdr Gar- Hunter, Elvin Koulhac, Murphy ,
retson added, "we had a high much merrier Christmas Wilcox, Vincent Parr, Alvin Lewis, Sam Sims, Bill Howinjrton, and Gruber's traditional" "Silent
record-a lot of people were be- than anticipated thanks to James Moon, Bill Pyburn, and Anne Pitts. Night, Holy Night.
Outlined
ing injured unnecessarily Now Program
we have a better record and few- the generosity of Overhaul Annual, Treat' The celebrant of the Missa Can-

er people are being injured Butit & Repair department employees tata at midnight will be Father
is just cs unnecessary now as John J. Burns, NAS Catholic
it was then. Accidents can be Chaplain.
avoided and until we have a per- Baskets containing approxi- Children'sSet artyFriday The Right Reverend Monsignor

fect record we are guilty of mately $15 worth of grocerieseach Maurice 1 S.: Sheehy, Captain in theChaplain's
standing still To put it another will be distributed to the Naval Reserve
Corps
way, we are just plain guilty of homes of the needy Friday will preach the sermon.
neglect if we don't better our
rec- S For Is
Monsignor Sheehy a professor
ord because we have shown it
Idea of purchasing groceriesfor at the Catholic University of
can be done and we have the
'- the needy in time for Christmas America in Washington, D. C., and
know-how to do it. been indoctrinated into the
Santa Claus who has long
originated in the Plant Di- was Senior Chaplain at NAS Jax
The Safety idea of Means bettering A Lot the rec- vision of O & R last year, with ways of the Navy at Christmas time, plans to arrive at theNaval early in World War II.

ord is not merely to improve thestation's all seven divisions following suit Air Station Friday at 1300. St. Edward's Choir, featuring
This year again, all seven of the soloist Dimick, will
Mary ling"Jesu
standing on the chart, HIS reindeer will come In for a Air Jacksonville has al-
and Fleet
in the it is divisions within the departmentare Redemptor Ominum" at the
or Navy department, landing at the football
snappy Extensive
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) combining their efforts in stadium, where 2,700 youngsters, most doubled. plans offertory. The Choir will also singPietio
preparing baskets and contributing have been made for their enter- Ton's Messa del Pastori,
old under, will be
ten years or will be
donations to for them. tainment, among wnich a
pay with Mrs C. Edward Bryan at the
Peruvian Naval anxiously waiting. puppet show, pony rides and ex-
This time Plant Division per- organ
occasion is the annualChildren's train. Fun
The elusions on a minidtuie
sonnel voted to forego a Christi Added Feature
Christmas Party, when with cartoons will be provided by
mas party for themselves and
i dis- Christmas Eve worship service
refreshments
and are
Leader Tendered
use the party fund of $125 for gifts Jerry Shaw, well known Jackson-
the baskets. In addition to this tributed not only to Navy juniorsbut at the All Saints' Chapel will be-
to the children of Jackson- ville cartoonist.The gin at 2300. Captain Charles A.
fund, the Plant division collected
Official.Welcome I ville's nine homes and orphanageswho giant Christmas tree will Dittmar, Senior Chaplain, will con-
sible$275 to fill more 25 making baskets full pos-of will be honor guests.Entertainment be left bare of ornaments until the duct the sermon. Chaplain DitU
A saluting battery thundered groceries from this division : Galore time of the party, when the children of- mar's"topic will be "A Star and a
will have the pleasure Song.
an official 19-gun welcome alone Since the number of
t a year ago trimming it themselves, even mak- Prior to the midnight service at
for Admiral Roque Saldias, I (Please Turn to Page 2, Col 4) children of the station, NATTC ing their own decorations out of the All Saints' Chapel, Mrs. Howard -
Minister of Marine for the paper and tinsel the Navy is providing B. Shh'ely, Chapel organist

Peruvian government on his will present -an appropriate organ
arrival here Monday morning.He Girls in Offing conceit. The Chapel Choir has

was greeted by Hear Adm. An added feature, also traditional prepared a special program com-
Osborne B. Hardison, Commander at NAS Jax, is the presentation posed of excerpts from "Music of
of major gifts to each of (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)
i Fleet Air Jackson-
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the homes by the Chief Petty -
;\ ville. Officers' Ciub.Hundleds .

.. After observing ceremonies of of toys are being pre- Air News Takes
raising flags of both nations and constructed in the workshop of
... inspecting I the Marine honor the First Lieutenant Division.
guard, Admiral Saldias left for 2-Week HolidayThis
automobile, doll furniture,
. Toy
Green Cove Springs where he
will hold'an informal inspection ; boats, and a host of other brightly is the last issue of
painted toys certain to appeal to
or. three ships his government the Jax Air News for 1951.
the tots are now on the assembly
has purchased from the United
States. line. Some will be left uncom- Publication of the Dec. 27

Three destroyer escorts, under- pleted, to be put together "on and Jan. :3 issues has been
going reactivation by the Florida or det" during the party The suspended due to the exist-
Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet at workshop is manned by sailors
ing holidays.The .
Green Cove Springs Naval Sta- dressed as Santa's helpers.Weather .
tion, will be turned over to the I holiday/ period allows -
- Peruvian government in thf near members of the Jax

.. future. OutlookIt Air News staff to take a
While at Green Cove, Admiral
Saldias, who holds'a rank equiv k will be cold the first part of well deserved leave. Publi-
alent to the American Secretaryof the week-end, but will taper off cation will be resumed
the Navy, will also inspect the and become warmer, according to Thursday, Jan. 10.
._ _.,
of NAS
Peruvian naval detachment ------ the Aerology unit.
over 400 men, which is assistingthe PERUVIAN NAVY OFFICE iL GREETED-As the Americanine Friday-Fair- and cold, with Copy for the Jan. 10 edi-
American crew. in the "dexriothballing" flat is hoisted Minister of Mar from Peruvian government, Northeast winds. tion will be accepted begin-
operattoDJ.1; :' I Roque Saldias (hat in hand), and Rear Adm. Osborne B. lIardison, ning Jan. 3 when the Jax
F .. f I, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonvl.dering Ille (right), stand together ren- Saturday Partly cloudy ,
r. lfhethe 11 'honors. The Peruvian Nav al head stopped here on his way i slightly warmer, Northeast winds. Air News editorial offices

f>.to Green tore Spring: to inspectOH ; a detachment of Peruvian sail- Sunday-Partly cloudy warmer reopen. I
I'' ''who'will man ships being dt-mothbalIed there. with Southerly winds.
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Report From WashingtonCommissioned


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

NAS, Jacksonville Pine Camp Is Re-Named Camp DrumBy
Capt. Douglas T Day Commanding Officer
Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive Officer ( Armed Force Press Service) tablished as a Signal Corps Replacement Train.
Lt. Gordon D. Walker -Public Information Officer Applications for appointment to commissioned ing Center and the Southwestern Signal School .
Fleet Air( Jacksonville ,grade in the Line of the regular Navy will be established as part of the new instal
Rear Adm. Osborne B Hardison Commander are desired from former naval aviation cadets lation.

Capt. Allen Smith Chief of Staff who have been designated Naval Aviators and The new camp resulted from a need for a
Fleet Air Wing Eleven have received their commissions since Jan. 1, Signal training center on the West Coast to
Capt. Jesse S. McClure Commander 1949, the Navy has announced. Each candidate eliminate the expense of transporting trainees
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer accepted for appointment will be issued a per from that area for training at the Signal School
Naval Air Technical Training Center manent'commission in the grade of ensign with Ft. Monmouth, N. J", and the Signal Corps Replacement
Capt. Lester K. Rice __ Commanding Officer the date of rank he now holds. Training Center Camp Cordon, Ga
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Comdr. William A. Hood. ........ ......_.........._.. ..._Executive Officer *
Naval Hospital The renaming of Pine Camp, an Army installation Forty foreign military attaches, and assistants -
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton .Commanding Officer near Watertown, N. Y., in honor of Lt. assigned to various embassies in Wash
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer Gen. Hugh A. Drum who died Oct. 3, 1951, is ington spent three days on a recent observation
NARTU announced by the Department of the Army. The tour of Ft. Jackson, S. C. They watched train.

Capt. Easton B. Noble._....... .. ............._..Commanding Oflcer installation will be )known as Camp Drum. Gen. ing of troops from the 8th and 31st Infantry \,. w
Comdr. Anthony Trusso_ Executive Officer Drum retired from the Army in 1943 after 45: Divisions stationed.there.
*
)'ears' service and was long associated with
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Army activities in the New York area. The new All person separated<< or relieved from active
building. Phone extension 8184. designation follows the Army policy of naminga service in the Armed Forces will be given a

Editor-Andrew II. Planey post after an outstanding figure who was copy of the United States Department. of Labor
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger JO3; Mary Bixones .JOSN, prominently associated with the post. 'leaflet entitled 'Reinstatement Rights of Persons .
Dave Devroy, SA. Who Leave Positions to Enter Military

rife JAX AIR NEWS jrwbiunett weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station, The Army has called 15: Priority I officers of Service," the Defense Department has announced. -,
Jacksonville Florida' and printed commercially with appropriated fund .
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. the Veterinary Corps Reserv They will report S .
Mov 1945: Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Station, theNaval for duty in February. This is the first involuntary The St lent!fie Award of the American
Air Reserve raining Unit. Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field, and call-up of Pharmaceutical -
veterinary reserves
since
ttte O. S. Naval Hospital fight- Manufacturers Association has been
The JAX AIR NEWS li a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service ing began in Korea. presented jointly to the medical services of the
AFPS material appealing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Army Navy and Air Force at the
Association's
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service Republication ot other
matter, except by service publications, Is piohlblted without permission of Camp! ,San Luis Obispo, Calif, has been es- Award Dinner In New York City
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Merry Christmas, Happy New Year Special Rites


(Continued from Page)
Local Officials Extend Holiday Bethtehem" for the service. -

Lcdr. William A.
Wiggins, Hospital -
Greetings To All Personnel Chaplain, will deliver the
Christmas Eve message at the

Hospital Chapel Communion services .
High ranking officials at Naval Air Station Jacksonville have commenTlng: at 1900.

forwarded the following Christmas" messages .military and Chilianpersonnel Chaplain Milton C. Kuolt of
at NAS. NATTCenter, will conduct Christ
? mas Day services at the All ,
Saints' Chapel at 0930. Title of
To all hands: My best wishes for a well deserved Merry Christmas Chaplain Kuolt's sermon will be
and a most successful New Year. Christmas Love.. Chaplain Wiggins

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison will hold Christmas Day services -
Commander, Fleet Air Jax at the Hospital at 0915.
Mass will be celebrated at 0830,
0930 and 1030' at St. Edwards
Once again it is my privilege to extend the annual holiday greetings Chapel Christmas day and 0645: at
to the men and women of this command. As many leave to spend the Naval Hospital Chapel.

Christmas with their families let them not forget those,who will spend Personnel of all Naval activities

the day under conditions of extreme hardship and dt'prlvation. And as y located at NAS Jax are invited to
ZWI, attend these
the New .Year dawns let us all unite in wishing that 1952 will be a services to help contribute )
to the joyous celebration of
all, and may the Spirit of Him whose birth we commemorate be in .a Christmas.

your hearts throughout the New Year. ......... ,

Capt. Douglas T. Day WOMEN RE-COMMISSION SIIIPS-Rear Adm. Luclan A.
Commanding Officer, NAS Jax Moebus, Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training (left) and Under NAS In Line
Secretary of the Navy Francis P. Whitehair witness the ceremony

in which women re-commissioned ships for the first time (Continued from Page 1)
It affords me great pleasure to extend the season's greetings to in Naval history at Green Cove Springs Naval Station last Fri- pointed out. Improving the accident

personnel of the Jax Navy area. A very merry Christmas to you day. The four service women participating in the ceremony 'were, record means less personnel-

and may the Spirit of Him whose birth we commemorate be in jour left to right, Lcdr Maxine Moesser head nurse at Naval Hospital being injured, happier families,
Jacksonville, who re-commissioned LST 664 Lt.
Anne Warden
;
more steady work
hearts throughout the New Year. and more free
who re-commissioned LST 528; Marine Capt. Mary McDonald dom from pain and suffering.
Capt. Lester K. Rice who re-commissioned LST 938 and SCLK Mary Burke, from I 4
Commanding Officer, NATTC Whiting Field who re-commissioned the USS Pandemus. We have a good record now, ..
but that one accident that spoils'a
perfect record might happen ;
Holiday Away From Home
May Jax Naval and civilian personnel and their families!! enjoy avery to anyone, and we just can't afford
to stop trying to it "
Merry Christmas and may their New Year be one of peace and prevent -
emphasized Lcdr. Garretson.DIVINED.
Christmas In Has
happiness. Hospital Spirit .


Capt.Commander Jesse, S.Fleet McClure Air Wing 11 Of Its Own. Patients Find Out

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In the presence of intensified danger to our great heritage in this Naval Hospital is already in full \olunteers from the Church of )

land of freedom and opportunity, I extend to the armed services and swing, with more to come, as efforts the Good Shepherd Greater SERVICES)

civilian personnel my sincere appreciation of their faithful suppoit, are being made to make thisa Beaches Chapter of f American War
memorable season for those unable Mothers, and the Red Cross Can )
warmest regards and greetings of the season.
teen Service have been
to be with their families this busily Protestant

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton jear. wrapping Christmas packages for 0800-Baptist Communion, Ij
'Commanding. Officer, Naval Hospital Thirty-three Christmas trees patients since.Dec. 4. Small Chapel. I ZI
Carolers from the communitywill
have been set up and decorated by serenade all the wards on 0830-rM o r n i n g Services, All. t
the in the various wards.
I wish to extend to the officers, enlisted men, civilian employees patients Christmas Eve. Saints Chapel. .
,
The ward the best deco.
having
and their families, of NARTU and all other activities located at NAS On Christmas morning there is 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL
rated tree will be given an award
Jacksonville, my sincere good wishes for a very Merry Christmas and i tomorrow by Capt. Dwight J. to be a special coffee hour in the 3930-Sunday School, Small ChapeL

the.happiest and most prcperous of New Years. Wharton, commanding officer of Recreation Hall for all hands. The I t
I the Hospital. Judges for the con motif of decorations in the mess 1045-All Saints ChapeL i
Capt. Easton B. Noble hall will be small miniature
test will be members of the Jacksonville
. Commanding Officer, NARTU Christmas trees and candy canes. J)(>.c. 24
.. Garden Club. Christmas in a hospital has a 2300 Midnight services of wor-
Wednesday, Dec. 19, the Jacksonville spirit all its own and truly this ship, All Saints' Chapel.

Sincere Christmas greetings Jo all Navy and civilian ptrsonnnel at Garden Club distributed year is going to be one long remembered Dee.25 .
Naval Air Station Jacksonville The merriest of all Christmases for 400 decorated miniature Christmas by the patients in the 0930--Special worship services, I
tiecs' Each patient has a tree beside Naval All Saints' .
Jacksonville.Merry ) Chapel.
you and yours is our wish. May you enjoy the utmost In happiness 'his bed. These are pine seed Hospital* _

and prosperity' throughout the coming New Year. lings which will later be plantedon Catholic .
the 0830 and 0930 Mass St. Ed
Staff, Jax Air News' hospital. grounds.* ChristmasContinued ward's ChapeL- ,

.* .M Tonight the ambulatory patients ( from Pace 1)) 0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism "
are scheduled to have a Christmas Each of the seven divisions is Class).

President Sends Greetings dane in the recreation hall. preparing at least 20 baskets,' 1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel.
Each ward with bed patientswill
which would add up to a total
0845 Mass at Hospital ChapeL
To the Armed Forces of the United Statesf This j'ear's have a special Christmas. of $2,250 worth of groceries pur. Christian Science
party during the holidays. Sponsors chased and destined for destitute -
Christmas season finds many of you In far off places, away from for these parties will be community families. Tuesday-2000-at Small Chapel.

your homes and the close family ties which are always associated groups, including American The seven divisions include Mormon

with the holiday spirit.As War Mothers, Bagaley School aside from Plant division, Accessories Cha- -
of Dancing Hays Music School Thursday-1930-at Small
&: Equipage division, Assembly
of nation dedicated to the
representatives our great cause pel.
National Council of Jewish Women Flight Test and Transfer
of true peace may you find reason for rejoicing in the knowledge) and DAY No. 21. Power Plant Process division Dec. 24

that jour unselfish efforts stand as a pillar of strength and Gaily decorated fruit baskets and Repair and Salvage. :2400-Midnlght Mass St. Ed-

'inspiration to all freedom loving peoples of the woild.I contributed by local fruit merchants Names of deserving familiesare ward's Chapel

pray that the God of our Fathers will watch over you and will be distributed to the submitted by .employees, 25
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wards on Christmas Eve. Also, churches and 'welfsreiorgsniw ;;6030>Iind.1010Morni:. g.
your families and that the new year will bring us all nearer. to- afuller Santa Claus will arrive in person tlons in the area. 'JI'ood"i."Ur[ {: f .::.,r:... .1Page '

realization of a lasting and honorable peace. with stockings well filled and chased and. u"m'bf'' <'
= HARRY S. TRUMAN bearing: a present for each patient. div isions.' # 1 J.'{; w'
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:A Father's Confession

Holidayleave

CHILD'S LOVEIS I



GREATEST Period Begins



OF FORTUNES
In Earnest
.
(Editor' Note: With the season I
of "Peace on Earth Good Will
Toward Men" upon usno more The yearly general exodus 1

appropriate message could be from the station commences I j

found than the following, submitted Friday as the major portion !

by Capt. Sam C. Bostic, senior of personnel going home for
medical officer at NATTCenter.)
*. Christmas take their leave. I

-# With our boys In Korea experiencing Some personnel have already !

anything but peacc..wlth departed as of last Friday, which '
unrest and uncertainty 'general j SS was the opening date of the first I
throughout the world, we again S leave for NAS personnel, with 'I
approach the season of "Peace On the second period starting at the '1
I.. Earth-Good Will Toward Men." end of working day Dec. 27, and :

As our own thoughts turn to- terminating at beginning 0 f I

ward Christmas we like to thinkof working day Jan. 8. \
it as a child's holiday as wellas Overhaul and Repair depart-
the birthday If the world's most ment begins a 12-day partial
worthy Child. V shut-down period at noon tomor-
.. V V row with only main-
Ideal : necessary
And so this seems like an _
to all parentswho V ..,. tenance employees remaining on
time to pass along
the O&R
job. full-time
be privileged to read it RESERVISTS IN REVIEW- resumes
may
this confession written by one 1 Part of the 800 "Weekend War operation Jan. 2, 1952.

father who came to a realizationof riors" from the attached Organ- Policies Revealed
these facts. Read it now and ized Reserve squadrons of Leave for NATTCenter stu-
then save it and read it again "' NARTU Jax stand at rigid attention dents extends from :December 22
at this time. during their annual to January 7. All students
every year ".. i Military Inspection last Thurs- will be permitted to' take

"Llston, Son: I am saying this : \i" day. Hundreds of civilian guests leave providing enough person.
"' : witnessed the inspection, conducted nel remain aboard to stand the
to you as you lie asleep, one little .I : Chief of Naval Air regularly assigned security and
under cheek ; ; by
paw crumpled your ; : / : Reserve Training Rear Adm. departmental watches and that
curls on
and the blond sticky-wet
'Lucian A. Moebus. Under Sec they do- not exceed the limits of
I have stolen
forehead.
your damp retary of the Navy Francis P. their current leave accumulation.As .
alone. Just a few :
Into your room Whitehair (left photo) delivered
minutes ago, as I sat reading my many Ship's Company per
;: the main address. sonnel be will ,
paper In the library, a hot, stifling as can spared be
granted leave during this periodat
wave of remorse swept over '.' .,.; tf NATTC.
me. could not resist It. Guiltily I NARTUNOTES

came to your bedside. I ,,: '.' /: .. :.. Two Long Week-ends
Fleet activities leave period be-
"These the things I was
are 'J:> gan Nov. 21 and extends to Jan.
thinking, Son. I have been cross
: 2. One-third of their personnelcan
to you. I scolded you as you were
be granted leave at
one
I C7UThe any
dressing for school because you Representa-
time with the remaining two-
gave your face merely a dab with and Col. annual military personnel
thirds within
24-hour recall.
the towel. I took you to task for commanding inspection held last. Thursday
not cleaning your shoes. I called Marine De- night by the Chief of Naval AirReserve Special liberty week-ends have
you angrily when I found you had were Rear Training Rear Adm. been planned for the holidays.

thrown things on the floor. At ..... Comman- Moebus, was quite a success. The Personnel remaining aboard will
CV Fasron presented a really fine be on liberty from end of work
breakfast, I found fault, too. You ; Capt.
ing day tomorrow until the be-
You gulped down of appearance.
pilled things.
Attendance, based on "on board ginning of working day Wednesday
your food. You put your elbows on Gen. Mark
the table. You spread butter too general of count," was better than 90%, for Christmas weekend. Saturday -
which is a fine showing. All hands Dec. 29 will be a working
bread. As started -
thick on your you
day to compensate for ChristmasEve
off to play and I made for my following presented a good appearance in
correct uniform, which certainly liberty.
train turned and waved a
you "Weekend
little hand and called, 'Goodbye, shows considerable pride in the For New Year's weekend, work
laud-
I \ will be suspended At the end of
squadron.The
Daddy'. I frowned and said in
of the Or-
reply: 'Hold your shoulders back!I' and squadron lost one man to working day Saturday, Dec. 29
S active duty, Harold L. Burgsteiner, and will be resumed at beginningof

Thou It began all over again In v e Fighter who was ordered to Bainbridge, working day Wednesday, Jan.
out that
2. Saturday, Jan. 5 will be a
the late afternoon. As I came up in readi Md.Two
working day to compensate for
I down men have decided on the
the hill road spied you on
specialty they want to follow, liberty granted New Year's.Robbie .
your knees playing marbles. There .
I in Winston D. Black, who will strike
were holes in your stockings.
humiliated you before your boy inspected for ADE, and James R. Dressier I,
march empha who will strike for ATA.
friends by making you
ahead of me back to the house. such train Several-new men were welcomed I
Stockings were expensive-and if Air Re- aboard this week; Aaron H.

.. you had to buy them you would that Ma- Brown, Melvyn D. Harvey, WalterR.
be more careful! Imagine that, a good Harvey, James F. Register and vll l.LI
Son, from a father! It was such because of Kendrick Y. Stanley. Though they ,
stupid, silly logic! will be with division "X" for a
few months they will head for Folsom of Stock Con-
"Do you remember, later, whenI
was reading in the library, how 1i"I the hangar before too long. trol and Donald W. Reed. GM3

you came in softly, timidly with that your conduct and your work were married Dec. 8, in Kings.

a sort of hurt hunted look In your Goes will continue at the high level land, Ga.Selected.
eyes? When I glanced up over my you have set for yourself." as coaches for Supply's
paper, impatient at the interruption The commendation signedby basketball team this season are
you hesitated at the door. Lt. Robert W Dosien.was Robert Rice, AK1 and Billy G.
'What is it you want? I snapped. Smith AK2.Distinction.

You said nothing, but ran acrossin ThIs U the first commendationof of being the lone
one tempestuous plunge; you in the Perfor
and devo- its kind to be presented at the woman Engineered
) threw your arms around my neck, you, by Center. It was instigated at the mance Standards Project of O&R
and your small arms tightened class request of Lcdr. Luther R. Miller, belongs to Olive Rucker of Pro-
)1 with affection that God had set for the past officer-in-charge of the Ordnance curement Section. Mrs. Ruckerwas
I blooming in your little heart: an School. chosen from almost 600 applicants

affection which, even neglect could who volunteered for the
1" not wither. And then you were a for Lcdr. Miller declared "It will program along with 14 male

gone, pattering up the stairs. considered be our policy at the Ordnance trainees and is Supply's only
School to commend outstanding representative in the operation,
ma students and to include the citation
which lasts 21 weeks.
"Well, Son, it was shortly after- and '
high
as a part of the man's service *
wards that my paper slipped from
class, but record. It is hoped that this accenton
my hands and a terrible, sickening A conduct Frank C. Wood of South Area
feeling came over me. Suddenly I the recognition of individual and wife, Lucelle, who formerly

in accord-
achievement will stimulate stu-
worked in Receipt Control, havea
saw myself as I really was, In all
traditions
my horrible selfishness: and I felt dents to a higher degree of efficiency new daughter, who weighed 7
while un d e r instruction 14 arrival.Lt. .
sick at heart. What has habit pounds, ounces on
been doing to me? The habit of U hoped here I John H. Nuck has left Accounting

- t complaining, of finding fault, ot Branch for his new duty
!
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reprimanding of these were assignment at Naval Supply Depot
my rewards to you for being a Guam. He is being relieved
boy. I was measuring you by the by Lt. Conway C. Baker from
yardstick of my own years. And Storage Section. Gladys Hammond
" there was so much that was good is in the hospital recover-
and fine and true in your charac- hit from an operation.
is : .
deserve treat-
ter. You did not my
ment of you, Son. The little heartof : Resigning to return to her home t

you was as big as the dawn state of Mississippi is Marjorie
itself over the wide hills. All this '' Guess, whose husband was recently
was shown by your spontaneous discharged at this Station
Impulse to rush in and kiss me New enlisted arrivals: include
- good-night. I Leonard Williams SA, of Rome,
'" Ga., who joined Supply after

"Nothing else matters tonight, !, Newport Storekeeper Schoolat
Son. I have come to your bedsidein R. I.

the darkness, and I have knelt Many thanks to Correspondence -
there choking with emotion and Section for their annual
ao ashamed! It Is a feeble atone- playing of Christmas music.
ment. I know that you would not -George F'. Routon, AOAA, student of the As there will be no more issuesof
un dot .. '1r11r.IL-I.uJ4 at NATTCe rater receives citation from Lt. the Jax Air News until Jan.

th .Jraktn, trainin t officer,.as outstanding student 10. Supply Sidelights takes this
I I \ .lam. was ,the fir'st commendation ot its kind to opportunity to wish all of our

sa 4Ek1a1I -h Training C inter.! It opens a new policy of readers a very merry Christmas
... tfc t student s at Ordnance School. and a Happy 19521

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t.:' 72) LIKE ,4 PRESENT FOP flti Bits'-

W//TN APf YOU 101 KS %D LIKE SOMETHING GIRLFRIEND BUT SINCE I HO. HO. LITTLE BOY) [-'Six !

If 'GONNA L'UN THE REAL CHEAP. W HUSBAND HAVE NONE WHAT 'CNA SAY WHAT DO YOU WANT

flfC1R1C TRAIN ? HAS PROMISED/ 41f A FUR cwr ,MAO FRIENDS FAST AND FOR CHRISTMAS ? Volleyballers from Faaron 6

COAT FOR TEN YEARS. BUTMEYER l7L 'BUYr fOR YOU! have again won the station cham
'
/'E SEEN IT YET. pionship. After claiming Malnside
honors the squadron sextet
DON'T KNOW
POP.YOU
trounced the NATTC championsin

.. BUT BETTER GET three straight matches, 15-6,

; \\IN THE UNIFORM OF 15-8 and 1513.Taking' .

r, THE MY FAST. THE. off, the basketball up where volleyball team beganits left

o SPs"ARE AT season with a bang, by defeating '

THE FRONT Great :Southern: City
OFj League entry, 67-46.
rue STORE! ? >
;. "White Hat of the Week" hi
Frank :P. Krajewskl, ADI, of the -
iy ) WHERE / CAN Fasron jet shop. A married man
y 1 f/NO A CAQTON t TMOSE with two charming. little daughters
Frank has been with Fasron
.1 6 since last March. ,
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.1t With VF-171 before then :Frank ,
t SMOKE OR LEAVE ANY saw duty in the "Med" at Panamaand
AJ'NfS: in Cuba. Although h. enjoyed

duty at these overseas bases, h.
''iI I finds that shore duty with his
wife and children is enjoyable, too.
M *

r NCR I'rlor.to his entry into the Navy.

Frank 'worked as a pipe-fitter
helper at Thames Shipyard, 'New
t London, Conn. Originally from
Uncasvllle, Conn., he joined the
Navy to see the world and liked

i, --:-. -=:- the opportunities 'of the serviceso
much he is staying for a career
QUIET JWmaasims ;: When he is not studying for the
ADC exams, Frank will often
siioPP/Nif' spend some time on his stamp ,
collection or try is luck. with rod
1, > and reel.
Fourteen sets of engine trun-

nion mounting brackets were installed
in the planes of VF-11 and

Lcdr. Klenk Takes Fasron 9, VF-11 VP-741 VP-8SL VF-43 Report VF-12 division last of week the maintenance by the airframes department

Although the deadline ".
Over Faetu Unit; was set for December 26, the effi

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons ciency of the division enabled the

Lcdr. Bunce Leaves; 1 days work to be done in only three ..

i At change of command ceremonies FASRON' 9 r .

last Monday morning If it were possible, Santa Claus son emerged as a potent scorer Commerce approval 1 secured. William T. "ShwMiwlier, AMC,
in the volleyball matches. I I Many more snapshots of squadror and Ralph Gries AMC
Lcdr. Hel bet t S. Klenk relieved would undoubtedly pin a medal on set up thee
Reporting aboard VP-741 for I I and recreational activities an schedule and Insured that the men
five Fasron Nine members for
Lcdr. Lawrence W. Bunce offi-
as
their work in recent weeks for the duty this week have been Frediic needed. had the correct tools and parts.
r cer-in-charge of Fleet Airborne I underprivileged children in the Herington, AD3, from "mainside I Nine names were added to th e With' everything ready and waiting .
Electronics Training Unit Atlantic Whitehouse area. hospital"; Robert Clyburn, ALl, squadron roster this week, Donal the willing crew. of Bill Cady,
Fleet, Detachment No. 2. Without their assistance Christ- I from Anacostia' D. C.; John McIntyre, ADC, was the first tc AN; John Harm, AM3; Charles
Knickrehm ATAN, from NAS, arrive, with James Clancy, AN; Harms AMS2; Robert McBratney,
Accompanied by Lcdr. Bunce, mas would undoubtedly be a bit Norfolk, Va.; James Johnson, Francis Carmondy, AD2; Copelanc AM3 Pete Farrell AM3; Bill Fair,
the new skipper inspected Detach less cheery and, for they retrieved astonish-recruited ADC, and Paul Greene, ADI, from Carter, AN; James Clements AMAN; John McKonkey, AMAN,

ment Two, which is composed of number of repaired and an NAS Pensacola. ADC, John Detmer ADI; Edwarc Joe Steffy, AN; Henry Ray, AMI,
ing playthings
trainees and instructors. which will toys to the more unfor- William McMillan ADE1, and I Graf, AOc, Shepard Johnson, ADI, and Garry Penrose, AM2, turned
Prior to assuming command, tunate children go in Whitehouse.The John Smith, ADC, have returned and Marvin Sanford, AA, reporting to early in the morning and fin-
Lcdr. Klenk was stationed at the from four weeks training at BAR later. ished late in the evening and
Naval Air Maintenance Center, five squadron members per Wright Airplane Corporation, Howard Costner, AEC, who re turned out the work.
? Philadelphia, Pa., where he was forming this laudable task are Lt. Woodridge, N. J. cently reported aboard for duty Gabriel Champagne AM2, and
Charles C. Varner, William J. Me-
f superintendent of the Aeronautical All hands join in wishing Lcdr. had the tables turned on him last Virgil Htfugh, AMAN, inspectedthe
Cann, AN; Richard D. McConnell, aircraft to determine which
Photographic Experimental Laboratory week when he welcome aboard
Charles W VP-741
Rogers, "skip-
AA R. Crawford SN and
; Floyd t needed the brackets and inspectedthe
Cecil H. Keene AB3. per," a speedy return to squadron new hand for duty an eight finished when
product the
Relinquishing his duties to re- activities! and a quick re'o'eryfrom pound, five-ounce baby. Job
After being recommended was finished.
by
port for a course of instruction at his illness. *
their commanding officer passedby Nathaniel Boyd, SD2, has been
the General Line School, Monte- VF-4S
the board of review, and takingthe replaced in the Fasron coffee mess-
Calif., Lcdr. Bunce expressedhis Now that "Lantflex" '52 is
rey VP861Tlankowner" a
LDO tests, five squadron by Lionel Bioxton, TN. Boyd received -
regrets at leaving such a fine thing of the past, the squadron
members are waiting for word on Lt. Chester his orders to report ton .
organization and felt sure that the the results. PACT John M. Thomas Campbell, who has been with the has concentrated primarily o Lakehuist, N. J., last week.
new O-in-C would enjoy the same ELEC William 1 L. Holloway, squadron since its recall to active gunnery exercises. The reason for In this last issue of Six: Bits fore
cooperation, that he had experienced Russell E. Hailey, AOC; James P. duty, departed Monday for duty this off season shcotin' was 1951 all hands in Fasron 6 wish
Each is veteran of World Clark ADC, and Edward L. Bower with Fleet Air Wing 11 as Antisubmarine AirLant I competitive exercise to forward wishes for a Merry
War II. ADI, are those "sweating it Warfare officer. The which were held on Friday last. As Christmas and a Happy New Year
As the new skipper of Faetulant out." squadron's loss is the "Wing's"I of this wilting the tabulation to each other and everyone'else.
Detachment Two, Lcdr. Klenk Attention of gain! hasn't been compiled and the "E"
stated "For an excellent job, a nel to their squadron at person work Work on the squadron book is winners are still unknown. to Ensign Bob Willard and Don
'well done' is extended to Lcdr. appearance Gibbs, the squadron also bids
and inspections is invited. The progressing well. All individual One thing pilots wish to expressis a
Bunce. I hope the future trainingof high mark previously attained in photos have been taken and proofs their appreciation of the way fond adieu to Lt. Harris Mitchell,
Fleet Unit electrical and electronics respect to having clean, ne.pt, and returned for approval To help the ordnance crews under Chiefs who leaves for LSO school early
personnel will be just as well patched clothing is being defray the cost of publishing the Dixon and Denson have dealt with In January; to Geo. Mason, who
successful that in the en- left for with V1MO and to
as past.! dangered by some careless book an advertising campaign has the gunnery situation. duty I
per Arley Hussin, "Gabby" Hayes, I
sonnel. I been initiated and Chamber 'of While saying "welcome aboard"GAIN
I Wally Golsan, Dave Edwaids,
Florida Students "r-lt I Charles Dennis, Ted Cooke, Jake :
The famed "Red Rippers" havea Stump, Marvin Hillman. and Bob I
Eustace, who left for class "P"
new executive officer. Lcdr.
View OperationsAt Robert Hardwick assumed that I school at NATTC, Jax, last week.VF43's '.
basketball team is look-
: position last week, relieving Lcdr, I
I ing sharp "in the city league. A
Lewis W. Jenkins. Lcdr. Hardwick
O&R Shops I well rounded group, the team, con
: is a graduate of Wake ForestUniversity
: and while there earned I sists of Bob and Jim DeJoy,
Thirty-six: student members of athletic recognition through his George Lohr, Bill Coombe and
the University of Florida chapterof letter earning performance the Larry Ruschel], who play under
the American Institute of In- cinder path.A on the able supervision of Lt. (jg) lastos.

dustrial Engineers toured the I remarkable sweep of honors Great things are expectedof
Overhaul & Repair departmentlast was completed last week when the VF-43 quintet. this season.-'
f
Thursday to observe working four men from VF-11 graduatedfrom
operations of the vast shops. I the Navy's Jet Maintenance Assessment No, 13 y
Following the tour, students sat School at Memphis. Richard H. f
in on a question-answer forum Murphy,' ADC, and Clayton R. s Payment DelayedMembers
which included a picked panel of I Reimer, ADI, tied for first placein
departmental engineers and Industrial the class while Carlton R. of the Employee Mutual ..
Relations authorities. Opportunities Cobb, AD3, and William N. Len- Death Benefit Society will ;.. t
in government service I ring ADI, bolstered the squadron not be required to pay Assessment
were discussed, and explanationof further by posting the third and No. 13 until after the holiday period .
the Navy's summer work pro fourth highest scores made on the it was announced last week.
gram, in which student engineers Westinghouse jet engine course, Assessment No. 13 will be made
are employed during the vacation ,. because of the death of Clyde B.
months, was given. VP-741 1 Hveash, an employee of the Utilities ,
Comprising the pan. 1 were An I Inexhaustible supply of Division of the Public Works

Comdr. David Watkins, produc- shrimp, potato salad, hot dogs, Department who died Dec. 8. Since ...
tion officer; Lcdr. Eugene R. Cate, keg beer and soda pop providedthe members are given a period of 10 '
planning officer; Lt. Robert E. refreshments while sports working days to pay all assessments
Leckrone, of the Bureau of Aero proved to furnish the recreationat sufficient time was not
nautics; Walter A. Stanul, senior the successful general outing available after the death 'of Mr.
industrial engineer; Mrs. Florine of the squadron last Friday. I TOP HONORS-Four men from VF-11 w\o earned top Fiveash to make notice of the

Gannaway, of the Industrial Relations Held near Cecil Field, the party I honors at the Navy Jet Maintenance School, Memphis, Tenn., are assessment-,and complete collection -
department, and Robert F, gave footballers, horseshoe champs shown after their return last week. Completing the on the prior to the. "beginning, "of theholidsid
fourse '' "" .
Goodwin consultant and volleyball contestants an equal J-34 Richard ADC .
management Westlnghouse engine Murphy, (evlreme right), I
for a New York concern, and con chance to enjoy themselves. Gilbert and Clayton Reimer, ADI (extreme left), tied for fit among 13, sal;
ductor of "Operation Analysis," an Chichester, ADE1, won his students. Carlton Cobb, AD3 (second from left) And William, will
engineering performance analysis way to the top in the horseshoe Ltnninp, ADI (second from right) took third and fo'irth. highest soli'col eo ...
being pioneered in O & R. pitching while Lcdr. Doug Epper- honors respectively l ''


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SALTY HUMOR FROM As Of Jan. 2


HERE AND THEREWhy Transportation division has an-
nounced the following revisions of

3 i Navy Bus Schedules, effective Jan.
because hair
worry your 2, 1952:
falls out. Suppose it ached and you
Cancelled trip as of Jan 'I,
had to have it pulled out like'oui, 1953:

teeth?!II! 0630- Leave Dewey Park for
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Boathouse.
It's a fact: Married men don't 0640Leave Boathouse for O

live any longer than bachelors--it a. & It.

only seems longer, t 0715Leave Boathouse for
.
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, I Bldg. 110 and 103.
The widow had placed a tomb- 0830-Leave Dewey Park for
tone at her husband's grave bear Commissary Stoic.1040Leave .

ing the noble sentiment: Commissary Store

"Without you I cannot bear to; for Uewey Park.1610Leave .
live" I Bldg. 11 and 103

A year later fine remarried and' for Boathouse.

ordered the monument maker to ; 1610-Leave Main Gate for

add one word "alone", Boathouse.
I
i 1Berlin PROVIDE THE ANSWERS-Lcdr. James II. McConnell (with 1620-Leave Boathouse for
**. N microphone) answers at question put to him by a NATTCenter Dewey Park.
My memory is excellent, said the i forum. Left to
*' student during the Center's Question-Answer 0600 1600-NATTC Navy Exchange -
aging Chief "There are only three i right are Lt. James Bain, Lt. James Wolfe, Comdr. Clyde Rivers, Bus Route.
things I can't remember. I can't i McConnell and Lcdr Ernest F. Williams. The
Leek James II. Modified bus tr.p in effect Jan.
remember names.. I can't remember
forum is held monthly.
r 2 1852
:
faces, and I can't remember
0643-Leave Dewey Park for
what the third thing is!
Answers Via Forum Main Gate.
0715-Leave Main Gate for
While in Washington recently 1 I 169.
,t Bldg.
aw a local sailor on one of the ; l 1145-Nursery School Bus--on
Guests Aboard 'Station' Question
"eight-seeing tours". The guide bus only-All housing al eas.
was dramatically giving out with 1610-Leave Bldg. i69 for Main
the details as the bus passed each Gate.

famous landmark. As the group t. f Answered At Center's ForumQuestions 1630: -Leave Main Gate for

passed one of the'world's largest I Air Lift Dewey Park.
beer plants, he said: "We are now regarding guests
: There were several other ques All other operating bus trips
passing" Washington's largest I Medal Goes coming aboard the' station were ,.tions that concerned Center personnel remain In effect '
brewers.: primary topics of discussion at only. These were answer Revised schedules dated Decem-

The /sailor said: "I'm not!" i To Lt. PetrieAmong the third monthly meeting of the ed or held over until the next fo ber, 1951, have been prepared and

*,. I NATTCenter Question and An- rum. The answers to these held are being distributed. All prior

_. A Texan walked into a New I NAS officer personnel swer Forum held Dee 12. over will be given full distribution bus schedules are cancelled and

York night club, saw a customer the distinction of wearing the only "What arrangements can be in the Center. superseded. .
lying on the floor in front of the Medal for Humane Action belongsto made with the sentries at the This month's forum was con- .

bar, pointed to him, and 'said to Lt Conner M. Petrie, Flag Main Gate to notify the personnel vened by Comdr. William C. Rivers Fliers, Nurses To Wear
the bartender, "Give'me some of Secretary lor ComFairJax. Pre- living aboard the Station that military personnel officer of
(' that!" sentation of the award was made they have visitors at the Main NATTCenter, with Lcdr. ErnestF. Same Shade Of Green

last week by Rear Adm. Osborne Gate," was the primary questionof Williams, Lcdr. James H. Mc- Washington (AFPSJ-Navy fliers -
The difference between a sailor B. Hardison, Commander Fleet Air general interest as submittedby Connell, Lt. James Bain and Lt.
and.aviation will
and a seabee is that while a sailor Jacksonville. Thomas E. Blackwell, ALC, of James Wolfe sitting i1'on. the nurses soon
be wearing the same shade of win-
and his for ANP) School.
girl are looking a park panel.
Lt Petrie earned the Humani- ter green as that worn by Marine
bench, the seabee builds one. tarian award while flying as a I Objective of the Question and Corps officer
of
.
line pilot with Air Transport Special Services department Answer Forum, held once a
The Permanent Naval Uniform
A pretty gill was visiting her Squadron Six during "Operation the Center undertook to answer month, is to eve' : the personnel of
Board recommended the
aunt, and since she was downtown, Vittles," the Berlin airlift in this query: A civilian who desiresto the Center an opportunity to air change. pIt
urged that the color of all
the base
visit personnel on can
was given her aunt's paycheck to 1948-49. grievances and present questionsand
Services articles of both uniforms be stan-
get a to the Special
take home. -fn the way home !!heW8.'J pass receive factual answers on
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held Lounge. A messenger at the matters of concern other than dard regardless 01 laone or weave.
up. At the end of the operation, Lt. lounge will deliver the messageto which are normally This plan would ease considerably
questions
"Help, help! I've been robbed," Petrie was among the pilots who the personnel on the base and handled by the division officer. procurement problems, the Board
she screamed. "He's taken my flew Navy Transports that had the man concerned can make arrangements said. Navy Secretary Kimball has
aunt's pay." broken and still hold the record at the gate for the approved the recommendation..

A quieted her and for amount of food and material visitor to enter.
policeman f ad 1 Gets The present aviation green is
ComFciir la /
said: "Cut out the pig-latin and brought to the beleaguered German "Why can't a serviceman bringin ; ,: still regulation until exisiting

tell me what happened!" capital.As one guest without going Sonf/i,/ American; Pool\ stocks are depleted.

a veteran of World War II, through the formality of stoppingand Clerk La- .
Chief Disbursing
The bachelor girl listened to the the current Flag Secretary oper- getting a pass?" was the sec- Verne C. Zilla, USN until recently UN Medal Authorized
married members of the club running ated as a combat carrier fighter ond question of interest. the Flag Ad-'
to
down their husbands. Then pilot against the Japanese from Marine Security department answered assigned Washington (AFPS)-President
Unit for Commander -
they gave her an opening to speak. the deck of the aircraft carder, this query, stating that an ministiative Jacksonville, has Truman has authorized the Unit..dNations
Fleet Air
"Well," she said, "I have a dog USS Independence. During this enlisted man could bring in one with the Medal and Service Rib-
that growls, a parrot that swears, action in the Pacific he earned guest for entertainment purposes been assigned duty bon for members of the Armed
after 1600 during weekdays and Joint Brazilian U. S. Military Forces who fought in Korea. Instructions -
a fireplace that smokes, and a cat the Distinguished Fying| Cross, Commission to Rio de Janeiro.He .
that stays out all night. I guess I the Air Medal with nine stars in on holidays. undergoing an In- regarding eligibility and
is
now wear will be furnished by each
don't need a husband. lieu of nine similar decorations
and the Navy Unit Citation. other Air Medal for his participation tensive indoctrination scheduleon military de rtment.
In the operation. the languages he will encounter I .
A tourist stopped at a shack the and business
currency
While the Far of Instruc- Halt Doctors
henlngwith Completing a course Drafting
In the hills and asked a woman he will work with, at ,
procedures
Eastern branch of the Air tion at NROTC Unit, UCLA, Los
sitting I in,.the shade, "How far is it Military the ? avy Department school in Washington Service the lat- Calif., Lt. Petrie relieved
during Angeles,
to the nearest town?" Transport Washington, D. C., prior to his Armed Forces have halted their
of 1947 he and his outfit Comdr. Charles D. Fomielle as
ter
,
"Pa figg"'rs hit's about 10 miles part assuming the South American draft calls for physicians and den-
directed to and and assumed his
thar and about 12 back." were Germany Flag Secretary post in January of 1952. lists. More than 5,367: physiciansand
the "lift. He was awarded an- duties on Aug. 15.
"How could it be farther one I His job will consist of han- 2,474 dentists have volunteered -

way than the other?" dling the pay accounts of the for active military duty.

"That's on accounta him walkin' Local Unit Offers Top Practical different military personnel of I .

I straighter goin' than comin' back" the group and keep the finan-

cial records of the Navy delegation i--

I My Bonnie leaned over her gas Training To Electrical Personnel, CPOI
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The height of its contents to see Unknown to many personnel 1 NOTES

'. She lighted a match to assist her, with aviation electrical rates is I'c" I
Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me!
,
I the fact that Detachment No 2 Jack and Ann Cairns celebrated -
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My breakfast lies over the ocean,
I ; sary at the CPO Club last Sunday -
My dinner lies over the sea, Training Unit Atlantic Fleet I Over 100 friends attended to

My tummy's in such a commo- comprises the only aviation electrical -, I congratulate "Mom and Pop" on,

I tion- maintenance training of { : : i : their 25th wedding anniversary.
Please don't mention to of the east coast. .
supper me. its type i
1. I I Lt. Charles A. Czczesny, Chaplain -
:
I at NAS 1949
Established in ,
r : made a special trip from
I Detachment Two is one of" three Parris Island to attend the cele-
sub-units of Faetulant. Other :1 I bration. The Chaplain made a

v detachments are located at J i1rt1 short talk to the assembled guests
Quonset Point, R. I.:, and ,Atlantic -, and personally congratulated Ann

MOOSZ"Merry City, N J, ka; I and Jack.

h, All electrical rated men are c.J .. } "Sure am: It's the grandest par-
eligible to take the courses offered -, : : A:Jf.:' ,:" hi<'Lt:.'" ty in all the world, and certainly

;.. i regardless of other service v2I Navy people are the finest," said
schools 1 attended. Located in / jJt! Ann in expressing her thanks and

Building 913, students are %%, joy.Mrs.

taught proper maintenance tech Garret, Mrs. Norman, and
niques, and shortcuts in trouble Mrs. Leidtke were the hostessesfor

shooting on specific types of the occasion. Charley Liedtke,
aircraft equipment and systems. ADC (retired) made the formal

Training under actual condi- presentation of a $100 present

tions of maintenance is available from the guests. Chief Crooks,

I for the purpose of further advancing ABC, of Fasron Six, presented a
knowledge in the elec- silver present from the chiefs of

trical rate. Quotas may be requested T Fasron Six.
for any one or'more ... --:: .......,.., .......Kart Both Ann and Jack expressed

courses aa desired by the requesting EQUIPMENT CHECK-Looking over some of the equipmentused their thanks to the Club officialsfor

.. activity. in the P-3 Compass System, one of the training courses at their efforts jn arranging the t
Personnel interested should FaeTuLant Detachment Two, are Truman G Smith. AEC and party. "AU hands" agreed that it; i

have their training officer con- Richard Ford, AEAN. In the seven and one-half day course, the was, the best celebration ever at

\ tact Lt. Horace H. Hancock, p-:& Compass System study consists of two and one-half days the Club, and "it couldn't possibly
ChrUimas training section of Detachment theory and five days of maintenance and trouble-shooting under have happened to two finer people f

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t Of Jax Ring Artists.

" (By Armed fcor,r>. art'H'Il't., )

The Falstaff 01 football uoaihea, Saufiey Field's punchers a mild upset In taking five of I
Herman Hiclcman, of Yale, i i Is eight bouts from JaX Navy's in their smoker at NATTC gym ..
pleased over one feature of the last Thursday.With .
!. 1951 Eli-it's a young team and< some of their main I .
only three starters against Harvard ers out, including Cunnlntbam'IM
were seniors They are Pat Agar, who has a broken Tiger Jack Cunningham of Jax,
Capt. Bob Spears, linebacker deluxe and welterweight Jocko lacks real finesse but throws
I : Jim Ryan, quarterback, and< who was Injured in the Cecil from all directions, much
Jim Marshall, end Pena has; 1 1ri melee, Jax was unable to I the delight of fans, took a hot
nucleus for tti first line decision from Norman Salt
four veterans as a with Saufley's
1951-52 basketball team, Capt Lightheavy Curtis Moore the lightweight semi-main ..
Don Scanlon, Tom Holt Ernie the big win for Jax in the t,
Beck and Bob Biooks go, battering Earl Miller close Salt, back-peddled most of the
.. .. submission. Miller opened fast and kept his left out to avoid
'
The team OJHIIS a 29 g a m i e a flury of punches, apparently boring Inside-at-
schedule Dec. 8 and the Quakers: tent on surprising the Jax Cunningham landed the ...
are hopeful of improving las! and joy. Miller kept up his and cleaner punches to

year's record of 19 won and eight gressive attack for the first win.Ross
I lost This ought to improve rounds, but in the third, ,Hare of Saufley made best
the coaches' digestion who are< took the offensive and of poundage and reach
:Michigan State's 1952 football op :Miller to the canvas for a Frank Carpenter, Jax light-
in the tain-raiser.
ponents. The mighty Spartans los< count The Saufleyman was ,
their entire 1951 first string offensive pletely out on his feet, with stiff left Jab sent Carpen
line through graduation ,. officials ready to halt the reeling stabs.several times with

Incidentally. Bob Carey star grid- but the bell rang ending the
the Jax
In heavyweight
der, also! doubles in basketball at tle. Moore was declared the go
the East Lansing school Texas: ner by virtue of his great Bob Wright gave 16
to his foe, Sam Bryant
Christian gridders tallied 201 in the final analysis told
points per game in eight contests; I PUSHLV LEATHER -Sau- story. Still, Wright made a
from their spread and double-wing fley Field's surprisingly strong of it against his heavier
formations. ring squad proved a tartar for taller opponent. Bryant scored
Jax leather-pushers in their unanimous decision. I
When Michigan and Ohio State brawl last Thursday, with the IJollklns'Ietor

footballers clashed Saturday it invaders taking five of eight Red Hopkins of Jax gave Sau
was the 48th game in a series dating bouts. In top photo Bill Strick- Bill Strickland a boxing les-
back to 1897. The Wolverine! : land, Saufiey light heavy triesto in their middleweight melee,
held the edge with ;31 wins, 12 I' cover up as Red Hopkins a clear-cut decision. Ex I
, losses and four tied. Coach Lou I Ir bores in with a two-fisted at- clever counter-punching j
r Little, of Columbia, will have to tack. Hopkins combined punch defensive blocking, Hopkins I
build from the ground when he I with aggressiveness to win the Strickland to the canvas in
starts moulding hLs 1952 club. He decision. In bottom photo, Dick second. Hopkins' hard body
loses 17 seniors, including most of Atwell (left), tags Tommy kept Strickland on the r r

his stars In nine games Georgia Johnson, Jax middleweight, all evening, with the
. Tech's George Mal of. of Atlanta who covers up in anticipationof : lad landing punches at will.
; ., led teammates with 367 net a follow-up left. Atwell, although Middleweight Carl Wilson .of
..
the shorter of the two,
yards gained .. y copped a I pI I verdict
copped the decision.
I *
rr.a Jax Navy's Paul Taylor. Wil-
Coach Bobby Dodd, of Georgia I 't2 starting fast, drove Taylor to
Tech, nominates 210-pound Ken Charles Taylor 31-year-old-- ropes early in the first round
Snyder as the finest blocker in the I coach of Stanford University was kept up his attack from there
Southeast Conference Despitea for three rounds. Wilson's two-
J elected Coach of the Year for 1951
somewhat disappointing season,, I by the American Football Coaches body attack was too much
! North Carolina drew approximate. I Association. I =1 Ta>lor.
i ly 185,000 to five home grid games'l Selection of Taylor as i Mecum Stop Baxley
which represents a gain the year marks only the second j .L John Baxley, Jax: lightlveavy -
.
Thirteen seniors, including i
time one school has won the honor > a decision to 'much
Billy Barrett, star right halfback, I i I
twice. Michigan placed first in i I i conditioned Saufleyite, Fred
were in the Notre Dame lineup 1947 with Fritz Crisler and repeated j, i : Mecum who fights as a

when Cal Dec.the 1 Irish at Los battled Angeles Southern. I the next year with Bennie i j .. .."_m..n__. ,,-... charged after Bax-
all When both
Oosterbaan as head man. evening. men
Something new was added to halftime 1----------- the in
to ground the second
entertainment when Nebraska suffered a cut which
and Oklahoma player recently. I Come And Get It! I quickly took aim eye for in
Square dancing and a table tennis t"d effort to bring a quick halt to

championship. Bennie tourney Owen, were Oklahoma's included II I Tasty Holiday Menu Prepared I fracas.Baxley The was strategy declared worked a TKO

foxy grid coach from 1905 to 1926 with the referee stopping
h one of 21 American football with all the fight after
Golden brown roast turkey and baked ham trimmings Baxley's eyes were
coaches elected to the pigskin Hall I MAINSIDE danger of serious punishment.In .
will be served personnel remaining aboard the station Christmas Day.
of Fame
Thursday, December 20 a cautious welterweight mix,
.
I While most other departmentsfind halls for this meal, owing to the Cimarron Kid. Audie '. Dick Atwell garnered a
Johnny Pesky Red Sox short their work slacking off dur- limited facilities. There is a slight December 21 decision from Jaxon Tommy ... ..
stop, returning to his former homein ing this holiday season, Commissary chance that this regulation may Jim Friday,All-American In a strictly jabbing con
Thorpe,
Portland, Ore., back for a month's Bostonto Department will be working be changed before Christmas, ac- __,,?.._,___..._..__...___.Burt Atwell landed the more ac-
stay before going to extra hard to appease the appe- cording to Lcdr. Guy Stroud, Commissary December 22 blows, with his advantage
resume his disc-jockey radio tites of the hungry sailors, Ma- officer, but at the present Saturday Dishonorable Ezio weight telling _the difference. .
program, praised Lou Boudreau as rines and WAVEs lining up at the time it is improbable. Strictly ,
"a wonderful guy" and said "he'll various chow halls on the station However, no efforts are being Sunday December 23 .
"
make us a great manager. Again, as at Thanksgiving, no spared to make this a merry holi- Sailor Beware..Martin &
Declining to put the finger on guests will be allowed in the mess day meal. Monday, December 21
any of his teammates. Pesky laid MENU Captain Horatio Homblower '

the failure of the Red Sox to CHRISTMAS ...._.._..-...____.... ___..Gregory 0c
slumps. "The wrong fellows Mixed Olives Shrimp Cocktail Stuffed Celery Hearts Tues. & Wed.. Dec. 25-26
slumped at the wrong time," he Saltines Sweet Pickle Chips I'll Never Forget You +

said. "We hit the skids when we Assorted Salad Bar Thousand Island Dressing ..?._m ......_._...__..Tyrone >t
should have been hitting the fence. NATTCenter
Assorted Fresh Fruit Bar "
Actually, from the way we playedin
December 20 et4
the closing month, we were Roast Maryland Tom Turkey Baked Florida Glazed Ham Fixed Thursday Bayonets,, Richard r' S.
"
lucky to finish third. Candied Yams Southern Corn Bread Dressing 21
December
i Friday,
Traffic Snow Flaked Potatoes Buttered Asparagus Tips Strictly Dishonorable, Ezio .
ViolationsListed I Buttered Fresh Frozen Whole Kernel Corn Saturday December 22

traffic. Cape Cod Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy Raisin Sauce Jim Thorpe, All-American
below are the Fruit Cake ..____,- __.._.__.-_Burt
court penalties awarded at this Hot Mince Pie
I December 23
station for traffic violations committed Assorted Ice Cream Bricks Mixed Hard Candy English Walnuts Sunday,
Man in the Saddle

from December 6 to December Hot French Butterfly Rolls ._ ..___..... .........__..Randolph s A:
13.Multiple: I .
Offene; D. J. Stern- Bread Butter Coffee Fresh Milk Mon. & Tues., Dec. 24-25

berg, ATS-Illegal use of station Chilled Virginia Cider Cigars Cigarettes Sailor Beware......Martin &

tag; no driver's license; loss of I Wednesday December 26
driving privileges pending receiptof AnswersThe Captain Horatio Hornblower
_
insurance. II Quiz Brings QUICK I .-.m'---' ._. _Gregory r

t R. J. Cole, SA-Inattentive driv- HOSPITAL
Ing; speeding; 30 days loss of.. Jax Air News Sports:: Bruce Banks, AOU1, of Police Thursday, December 20 I
F driving privileges.E. Quiz will be by-passed this and Fire division, who finishedIn Callaway Went Thataway

Roberts-Improper parking; week due to the holiday exodusof third place last week. Second _.._...__.__!Fred ,
faulty equipment; loss of driving staff personnel. prize went to Sgt. E<] Friday, December 21 f

privilege, pending repairs to Staff personnel will begin Goerke, of AN (p) School. Double Dynamite..-Frank I L'e
brakes. leaving the station this afternoon NATTCenter, and third place Sun. Dec. 22-23 -
Sat. & .
Miftc llaite>ou* Offences: E, J, thus leaving no one in the winner was William Ziegler, Richard Daseh '
Fixed Bayonets, fia6
,Wainscott, YNT3 Speeding; 10 offices to take answers. The AD3, of Fasron Six. I .
days loss of driving privilege.F. Sports Quiz will resume with First prize winner receives a Monday, December 21 S .
J. Gouchnour- Involved In the Jan. 10 issue. $3.00 cash award, courtesy of Man in the Saddle:>> ,
._ ._._.__._.__.Randolph
accident; restriction of auto until Answer to last week's Sports Special Services; second prize ... ._.-
w repaired. Quiz "Where is the Shrine of winner claims a case of soft Tuesday, December 25 I vj1 ,
J. P. McHugh, AM3-Improper Football was Rutgers Uni- drinks from the Navy Exchange Jim Thorpe, AU-Amencan zSi
parking; :5 days loss of driving versity In New Jersey. drive-In drinks counter, while a __...?___. _._ ___Burt 5.4'Pl
privilege. Information pertaining to the meal chit to the Civilian Cafe Wednesday, December 26 "
r D, W. Darr, AN-Reckless driving football shrine is comparativelynew teria goes to the third winner. Sailor Beware. ,_Martin. & "AVA, MEET THE OCEAN. !
; 15 day los of driving privi and has had little chanceto Others who were quick to -Petite Hungarian actress vaNorinff
first visit to
I but not The new stenographer was on her
lege. find its way into the record provide the answer,
D. W Painter, AN-Illegal use books or encyclopedia, How- quick enough were Henry ing given her first instructions California after contract being by signedto 20thCenturyFox
of station tag; loss of driving pri- ever, fans who read the sports Christman, BM2, a transient; the boas. "There are two a lonjyterm gets acquaintedwith
Brake A02 Fasron 109, I never want you to use ,
yilege pending proof of ownership. pages had no trouble in obtain- Robert the Pacific Ocean at the
here One U lousy and the
O. IL Tomlinson, AO1-Faulty ing the answer. and Robert Jackson, AO1, of is terrific." I swank Portuguese Bend' Club ... ..
equipment; restriction of autopending First with the answer was I Fasron Nine. Steno: "What are the words 'on the Palos Verdes Peninsula.r I
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20 December 1951 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven



.1 Bowling Meet Set Fliers Drop First


For December 21 t

A bowling meeting will beheld kI +

at 0900 Dec. 27 in Building To Rollins TarsJax

930 to make plans for a new

NAS intramural bowling league Navy's ''Fliers suffered their first loss of the young;
scheduled to start around Jan.
.. campaign last Wednesday, falling before an alert, experi-

14th.All organizations wishing to I enced Rollins College combine, 65-49, but bounced right back

two nights later with a 68-59 triumph over Florida University
enter a team should have a representative -

present '. I Freshmen..

The Fliers had won four in a
an effort to stop Jax Naxy's 20-(
before nipped by Rol-
row being
outburst.
Courts ResurfacedGym lins. Apparently off form for the point
Fliers fell behind Bob Grabaz was again high
first time, then
floors at NATTC and the ,. sDETERMINED e and found the margin too greatas scorer with 18 points closely followed -

.. NAS courts are being resurfaced time clicked off. A pair of by teammates Bob Reinhart

over the holidays and basketball sharp shooters, Rigo and Mc- with 16 and :Mutt Pasco with 13

practice has necessarily been sus- Hardy, gave the Tars a 34-24 lead Reinhart dropped in 9 out of 12
pended. at half time. free throws to keep his high av

Tentative plans are being made Rigo led the Rollins crew with erage from the free-throw line.

. .... to resume practice Dec. 27 If the 18 tallies, with McHardy adding Ihe Fliers will be idle until Jan.
4 when Stetson invades NAS in
courts are in chape. The time willie 13. Mutt Pasco was high for Jax
the first of two scheduled
decided according to work with 10 counters. games.
N The toughest month of the season
schedules for team members.Jayvees i + Down Frosh, 68-59
looms for the Fliers in January; ,
The Fliers found the once
range
as they tackle such foes as Stet
more in their clash with the Flo-
son, Georgia Teachers College,
Hike rida Frosh in a fray played on the
Parris Island Marines and Florid
home court last Friday. The vic-
Southern others
College
the locals' record to among
tory brought
Summaries:
Win StreakTo five wins and one' defeat to date H.Fat: 0;

Controlling the backboards the F.G. F. ii..
Fliers had a tough time of it all Relnh.n .. . .. . 4 8 IbVVilstl
6 StraightJax 1 ... .. .. .. ,... 0 2 3
night as the speedy and aggressive Gay .. .... .. ......... o 0 0
Frosh never were far behind. Carroll ... ... . .. .. .. 0 0 ft
extended Former all-state man Willie Hat- Kloss ......... ... ...... o 0 0
Navy J a y v eel Duffy .... ..... ...... 0 0 UZfbo
their win streak to six straight lieff (Jackson High), kept things . .. .. .. .... 2 3 1
I with two Men's City League vie- interesting for the Fliers in back- Sclulnser .. .. .. .. 3 0 eUunclty
olles. board battles. ... .. ... ......... 0 0 O
Idle Until Jan. 4 Ciabaz ....... .. ... 8 :2 Ih
Weakened the absence of Voles 1 4 b
Chuck Boligar by, John Gallagherand BID-Proving that one doesn't need a clear I I It was the first game of the PUMO: : : ::: :: :: :::::: ::: .6 1 U

George Micholson, who are path or all the time in the world to make points, Bob Grabaz, Jax 'I year for the Frosh, who the looked Totals . .. . 24 S>); t>8
on )leathe Fliers barely Navy (30) angles in a two-pointer against the Florida Freshmen.The good. Every man on squadsaw

squeezed by Towers Hardware in Fliers clowned the Frosh for their fifth win in six starts 6859. I action in the fourth period in H.'rlllt: FROTH .
--' '
!-..i. }. lit.
a City League Fracas, 64-62. Dickey .. . .. . .5 1 1)MI
1 Don Laswell chucked in 10 from NI/I/III/1111//I/II//11/1/III NN/1/II'NI"I/11/1///111III/11/11111/111111/1111111/1111NINI' I one .. ... .. 4 1 9
Peele .. . ... . .4 1 9
'r the floor and 2 from the foul line Burns ... ............ .. ...... ... 1 l' :,1
to tally 22 points for high score Fasron Six Takes Newman .. ... .. ... .. 3 3 9
honors. Watson Allen of Jax and Ta>loi . .. ... ". 1 0 :2
Lebhar .. . .. ... 1 02
. Wes Paxson of Towers chalked up Price .. ... .. .0. 0 0
18 each. Volleyball Title Scott . . .. .. 2 0 4
Down Towers Sports Ratllrfr .. .. .. 0 2 2 .
Six's champion VKKonu . .. . . 0 0 ttLoKkdon
The Jayvees led at halftime, Fasron longtime ,. . .,. . 0 l> 0
34-28 but the volleyball team added an- r.rienbcrts .. . . 0 II 0
score was quickly other star to its crown last Ho\d . . .. . 1 \\I :J
pared in the third frame. The Jayvees defeating NATTCenter's McMann . .. . 0 0 \\I
were outscored in all but the week by Summnlln . . . 2 2 tJ
Aviation I Ordnanceman
-
second period, when they dropped' School, 156. 15-8 and 15-13 in lutaU . . 24 11 5.
in 22 points to Towers 15. Don -
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a best-of-five series. I
Lasuell and Jack Strickler stood
out on defense and helped in control The match decided the station Dispensary AE School Top Tiny Occidental College in Cali-

of the boards. championship. AO School was fornia may spring a huge track
NATTC intra-mutal titleholder, surprise i as the Olympics approach -
VC-62 suffered at the hands of
while Fasron Six won the NAS Center Intra-Mural Cagers Coach Payton Jordan
the ambitious Junior Varsity men,
intra-murals. hopes to make his charges the>
64-49, in a preliminary to the'arsltFlol'ida
\ Frosh fray. '"111111"11I'11I011I11I11I"11"11"1"111'11I"11"11"111111I11I.' "'"1 Dispensary and AE School both with perfect four-win records, first team since 1943 to defeat

Triumph. Over "C-62 led the American and National leagues, respectively, as NATTCenter's NCAA champ Southern Cal in a

Jax had a comparatively easy 226 Score To Beat basketball intramurals ended their second week. dual meet.Swim. .

time of it all the way, leading at Chuck Kerr of Aircraft Main- to 1
overtime
took AE two periods
each quarter and commanding a In 'Break-the-Bank' tenance topped American League squeeze out at 33-31 win. Team

35-27 lead at half time. scoring with 79 points. Gillespieof Both teams showed weakness at

Frank Sipes, consistently among A tally of 226 is the score to Dispensary followed with 57. the foul circle, with each making

the high scorers, led the field with beat for the Jackpot in the Jackpotin National League leaders were Mc- three of eleven free throw at- Initial

six field goals and four foul shots the Break-the-Bank bowling Partlin of AE School with 46 and tempts. Avard and Paris were top Drops

for a 16 total. Joe Law looked contest at Mainside Alley as the Bulow of AK School 41. scorer for AE; Delaney set the

good on play set-ups as did Jerry final week neats. Hottest race in either league ANP) pace. Score by periods was Meet to FSUJax

... .. High on defensive work. There is approximately $35 in shaped up between AE School and 5-5, 9-9, 23-19, 27-27, 29-29, 33-31::
The Jayvees are idle until Jan. 3 the) pot now and Bill Ziegler is ANP( ) Students in the National AR Whip AK :Cavy swimmers bowed to

when they meet R. C. Motor Lines high man with a 226 high followed loop, provided both teams could Award and Paris again paced Florida State University in their

in a City League contest at Jackson by Don McCormick with 218 survive graduations through the AE as it whipped AK School, 35- initial meet last Fiiday, with the .

gym Summaries: and Ray Sutherland with 215. season which ends February 26. 23. Ferguson was high for the Staters (coming out on top 42-24.
.
Mi F. :. r. ru. I The current Break-the-Bank is ''The two squads locked horns for Stoiekeepers. Earlier 1 i AK had Events included) the medley relay -

llrndiliks . . 1 O 2 due to off Dec. 23.CONTROLLING. the first time last week, and it shellacked Training Facilities, 57- back!-troke. 200 and 100-jard
Win's" . .. ... .... 6 4 16 pay- ---- with Huttleston and Bulow top breast stroke and fie
. .. .. l29. free style
Law. ... S: 030
HU.h ,. 2 i 9 } .......... ....<.....'. ... ".r.. .. ........ scorers and Cinko leading style relay rind diving
Duffy ::: :: ::: ::: :::::,. 3 0 6 I iTraFac. Cinko later paced TraFac Milt Davis took first place in
('aiter ... ... ... ... ..... 1 2 4 .i::; \,.:': to a 24-20 win over First Lieutenants for Jax Navy. Davis plated
Dices 1 . ... ....... 1 2 4 I led the loseis' diving Na-
Mrkklcr ..... .. ... 3 3 VNaKKoner- ,.. .. ... .. .0 0 0 scoring tional Diving Championships last
l.nsv ell ., .. . . 3 2 8 I Boyle and Delaney led the wayas jear He hails from Texas Uni-

*C-61 AN P) Students thumped Marine ersity

KB. r. ru.! Students, 4422. Cheslock was Following the meet, the- team

Bullnid . . . .. 5 2 12 high for the Marines, who bounced treated to movies of Jut'ear's
Laa ler .... ... ..... 1 0 2 i ir defeat 2821. was
... back to Commissary, National championship mtct
Wiggins ... .. .0 0 0 I j
Preseau ... .... ... ,..... 1 0 2 Cheslock and Schulein were Marine and a water show.
Johnson: .. ..... .... .. 0 0 0 high scoters; Hablewitz The new team has only "('11m n.
Rope . .. ....... .. 0 0 0 ? "
Mwait .. .. .. .. .. ... :S 4 14 topped Commissary. ing arms and legs so far, according -
Peterson .... . .. 4 0 Ramble I Nichels of AO Students fired to Coach Bob Cowell, but he

) .. .. .. .. .1 1 3 (, CI'" ,.,\ : o, .....-.i". his squad to a 33.17 win from has hopes of rounding out a for-
; ) First Lieutenants and a 47-29 midable team. Cowell, a former
NNI//III//1111/1111/NI/11/1///N1///1111111I I11111'1111/'' ''HIHMIHIIIIIUIIIHIUiFinal iF:; :; :;/ ':, trouncing of Commissary. Hable- Olympic swimmer swam in both

11 wit again was high scorer for the backstroke and the medley relay -
Intra-Mural < ',. 1 Commissary.
:;: competition.
:;" 'W DKjK'nsary! Triumphs .
-
Cage Meet Jan. 8 c In the American League Dispensary _
'a'; .i defeated Supply, 42-32, points for Aircraft Maintenance
J
, The first NAS intramural ,; with Gillespie high for the Corpsmen Kerr again scored 20 as Au craft
basketball held .. and Zukowski pacing the los- Maintenance overwhelmed Marina
meeting was yesterday .\'': ..", 1 '
to accept applications .. '1 ... ., I i ers. Gillespie and Hoberg later Permanent Party, 49-16, getting

from each unit wishing to enter ...r.I, ,:,... .< :.. ... .. t. sparked Dispensary to a 69-27 off to an 18-1 lead at the quarter.
a team in the NAS league due ... lout of ANP) Ship's Company, Griner was Marine high scorer.
to start Jan. 14. .. 1 ..- with Tom Davis high for the losers Later, AO Ship's Company pounded
.' t There will be another final L'"s- The Corpsmen led the Aire- Marine Permanent Party 5fr-

organizational meeting Jan. 8at dales 22-2 at the quarter. 12, with Sexton and Richaulwn!

1200 in Building 930. This is Supply rebounded from its loss high for the Oidnancement.

the deadline for all teams wish- to Dispensary with a 64-26 victory AMERICAS: :
.
LEAGUEw'

ing to be entered in loop compe- .. ..... ..!'. : .:..: 1 over Personnel. Jones and Engel Dispensary . ., . .. 4. U 0

tition. .{. ; paced Supply, while Taylor led the Supply ... .... . .3 1
. Yeomen's scoring Later Personnel Special Serticea .. .. ... 2 :2
M/I/NI//IINNIINI/III/I'''''" / ''''''IIIIHIIHIIIHIIIIHIinHHIIIIICharley / /II/I//I/IN/X/ I Ii .. overcame a 10-12 halftime Personnel .. ...... .... 2 2
i .. } Aircraft Malnt. .... .......... :2 2
. Curtis, Dartmouth) half- i ....,. '. .. '. deficit to beat AO Ship's Company AU Shlpi Co. .......... .. 2 :2ANP .
back has of humor. Dur- '. -:. 33-28. Mayfield was high ) Shlpi Co. .. ........ .. 1 J
a sense .
.
for the Yeomen; Schroeder was Marine Peim. Party... .. 0 4
he watched 21
ing a recent game,
1
players running off the field as top AO scorer NATIONAL" I.KAGlt:
Services to life IV. 1,
Special came
the offensive and defensive pla- ... .. . 4 ':
-- after slow start to over- AE School . .. C.I
toons changed. As a full-time performer a season AO Student .. ..... ........ 3 1 '
; Curtis stood alone on the TilE BOA RD Frank Sipes, Jayvees fur- run ANP) Ship's Company, 59- AK School . ..,.... ........ 3 1 .
trim Aircraft Maintenance ...... ....... 3 1 ITra."c
in reboundt 32, and AN field. ward, (white jersey goes highin up air to capture a I' Cobb and Yen . .. .. .............1 :2 '
Later, he remarked to a team- the JV's tussle with VC-62 las Friday. Don Laswell (24)), waits 4735. Abernethy, Mann Students ........... 1 :3
mate, "I surely felt lonely out for tipoff from Sipes. Sim (4) nil Preseau' (9)) of VC62ie forC62 Sparked Special Services. Gamache ('omml >>ftIY.. ".. .. *. :?
.. .. thrre." possession. Jayvees thumped V<( in this prelim 04-49. paced AN IP) and Kerr dunked 20 First U .,/.g t


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It HOLIDAY SPIRIT PREVAILS-The Naval Air Station beganto

take on a festive Yuletide atmo&pheer this week as outside
decorations began to make their yearly appearance Santa prepares -
to climb down the chimney of the Overhaul and Repair

department main buidlin? (left), while Rudolph, the red-nosed
reindeer leads his pack and Santa a merry chase over the Main-
side firehouse in photo on right. (Although Santa may seem overdressed -
for the occasion amid palm-trees setting on the left, it's
Christmas here just _".e.. ....*...11... ,sHave .It. "tc11" ..*."A ....VIOlA. .I,. over. \,.
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A Happy Christmas! ,

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Breezing AroundO I CLASSIFIED

& RInspection I Your Christmas Tree, DecorationsAre

Items offering for sale article

I Fire. Halard. -Take.. Carp.Fire lof property such as washing
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De7 brought back not top J machines, automobiles furniture,
pleasant memories for Chief "J" an ever present threat, is ---------- I radios, clothing and the like is prohibited -
Berry Roach, of E. F. & F. T. Inspection doubly prevalent during the on your tree. Keep all candles well by Defense Department
I I
Division, who was aboard Christmas holiday season when the I away from cumbustible materials. regulations This column will however -
the USS Argonne at Pearl Harbor Many personnel are on Christ decorations go up. With a few suth as curtains and decorations. list such services as available
during the sneak Japanese attack mas leave now. so we'll passon extra precautions at this time, As an added precaution keep a housing, rides wanted, lost and
to news of their trips after. beavold'd. fire extinguisher handy. found articles and other similar
' in 1911. There they saw the Japs heartbreaking tragedies can I ,
Christmas. Be absolutely certain I notices. +
coming over In waves, their low your )
flying bombers raining death and Tomorrow night Is the "big "An ounce of prevention Is Christmas lights are in good con i TOR RENT
destruction! on the ships and in dance" at the American Legion worth a pound of cure" is an old dition. A short circuit is as dangerous I
stallations. Post 88 Hall in Southside with cliche, but it bears repeating. Here as open fire lighting Sets 2-bedrm. fuin. apt., $65 per mo,
Charlie Green and his orchestra are a few tips on prevention recommended bearing the label Underwriters I 1602 Pine Grove Ave., Mrs J. J.
Chief Roach thankfully reports providing the music for dancing.We by the station fire chief Laboratories, Inc., have been Deloney Ph. 21356.
that luckily he had been transferred wish all of you the very to keep this a truly happy holiday tested and pronounced safe by Widow will share home, Rosaline
from the USS Oklahoma a Merriest of Christmases and the Christina Trw expel ts.Don't. Eiby, Ph. 21565.

few days before the Oklahoma, Happiest of New Years from Pub Bring a fresh tree into the overload circuits! If fuses 3rm. furn. apt., 528 Clinton Drive

moored near the Argonne, was lic 1Vorks building as close to Christmas as continue to blow out, eliminate Orange Park, Mrs. Reaugh, Ph.
torpedoed and sunk during the
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possible and remove it as soon as some of the lights and contact I
invasion possible. To keep it fresh and thus Public Works electrical depart I Furnapt., Mrs. Church, Phone
I
His enlistment years have been riant Division lessen fire hazard, cut off the baseof ment (extension 441 or 325)) for 27596.:
eventful and colol ful. At the present I.AMI, year Plant Division, O & the tree at an angle one inch advice. 2-rm. furn. apt., 2601 Paik: also
time he is again sweating out R, originated a drive for food baskets above the original cut and keepit furn. rms., Mis. Bessie Houston,
his orders for sea duty. Chief for needy families at Christ standing in water while it is I Flammable DecoratlonsFlame Ph. 8-2770.

Roach, is one-fourth Cherokee Indian mas time. This has developed intoa inside. Add water to the tub at proof decorations are 5-rm. furn. apt., 2636 Myra St.,
and hails from Talequah, cap departmental campaign.This intervals to keep the water level available in most stores. Insist on Mrs. W. H. Cowart Ph. 7-8516.

ital of the Cherokee Nation, Okla year, individual contributions always above the cut. them when you purchase your Fuin. apt., pvt. ent., Mrs Meeks,
homa. He enlisted in the Navy at decorations. If it's necessary to Ph. 82861.
by Plant Division employees, I Keep the tree away from stoves
18 years and expects to stay until plus their portion of the Party radiators and other sources of use combustible materials, give Single rm, 2836 Post, Frances
retirement, after which time he Fund, made possible a collection heat and above all, don't smoke them a flameproof treatment. Theus, ext. 205 or 215 or Ph.
will go back to another life he of This can be done with a mixture 24261.
approximately $400. Lists of around it. The tree can be effectively
loves--tiding and roping cattle. needy families ate furnished by secured against falling by of equal parts of borax and boric Furn. apt, $55 per mo., 1305 Mur-
welfare organizations.The inconspicuous wires holding it acid mixed in a water solution for ray Drive, Mrs W. E. Whitllng-

A Navy rune candidate this food is bought wholesale against the wall. Place your tree dipping or spraying. Impregnationup ton, Ph. 67786.
week is Milton R. Fulton, Inspector : and baskets averaging $15 each i so in the event it does fall, it will to 10 per cent by weight of 3-bdrm. furn, house from Jan. 1
E. F. & F. T. Inspection Di in not block an exit.ChrUtnia the material is the minimum recommended. until March 31; $90 per mo.,
value are made and deliveredto
vision. Fulton is trying to hide up I This method will not Mis. Prasslnos, Ph. 2-0001.
his good deeds under a bushel anda I' the needy families by a committee I Lighting affect the color or material. 2-bdim. furn. house, 5109 Sunder
from Plant Division Dec. Although candles are an old and
lot of teasing but the news is 'I RubbUli land Rd, Lakeshore, Mis F E.
21. : beautiful custom, don't use them
out that he has been donating I Empty trash baskets in the Ca rnicont.All .

blood as often as permitted not Dempster Dumpsters which are rou SALE
only to the Armed Foites, but placed Inconvenient the I
spots on
aluminum house trailer & aluminum
also 'for fiee" to
charity cases. station At least make
I Bless him! /1 01 ill sure you mi. Terms. Butts Trailer
Progra covered metal barrel
a y use; a or
A "penny saved is a pennyearned" incinerator.Be Park, Yukon. G. W. Gail, ext.

is the motto just adoptedby 321.
James U. "Bermuda" .. extra careful of heatoperated Equity in 1951 American trailer
Tyler,
FRIDAY DECEMBER: 21
toys and new electrical l gad
Inspector in the P & A Division. or will trade for equity in homeor
Tyler dropped his brand new flash MAINSIDE-Christmas party for children of Navy personnelat gets if they do not bear the label 1 late model car. 6, N. Ed-

light, while making an inspection, 1300-station football stadium. Feature attraction- SANTA of Inc Underwriters' Laboratories, wards, 2152 Bayvlew i Lake,

and the "blooming thing" stopped CLAUS! Shot e.
lighting. He wandered dejectedly Learn the location of your near. 3-bdrm. house in Riverdale Gardens

into the :Main Inspection Officeto NAVAL HOSPITAL -ChrUtmas party for children of staff est fire alarm box. If your tm, must sell unexpected

tell his troubles to Mrs. Erma personnel at 1400 in the Hospital auditorium. catches fire, call the fire depart transfer; R. A. Myers evt 8358: ;
ment immediately (dial 333)) or Ph. 8-2101.
Hanna, custodian clerk, who teas-
ingly told him that he would have SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22OFFICERS' Know your fire extinguisher and :IISC"J.I.\S 1Ot'S!
where it is located.
to pay for a new one. Flashlight I Riders wanted Pittsburgh share
batteries, wiles, spare parts, bulbs, CLUB-Christmas dance at 2100--music provided Hazard' In I'ubllc I'laces txpenses; leaving Dec. 21 and

etc", started flying through the by Johnny Serafine and his orchestra Crowded barracks, clubs and returning Dec. 31. Mrs, West
air and.-Eureka! Bermuda's flash other public places are the biggest ext. 8332.;
light began working like a thaim. SUNDAY. DECEMHER 2:5: hazard during the season. Elimi- Desire to share tide daily to St.

CHAPELS--Regular services; 0830 and 1045 at All Saint's'' nate all flammable decorationsand Augustine.:: Contact Lcdr. Klo:k,

Something to warm the cocklesof chapel. Topic will emphasize: Christmas theme. Baptism of infants waste materials. Keep aisles ext. 376 or St. Augustine 1707R
the heart is the love and devotion performed at 1045. St. Edward's Catholic Chapel 1 will have three and exits unobstructed and mark Riders wanted-Spring Park Manor -
shown by Chief John J. Borje, fire exits clearly. to NATTC. 0730-1610. Mu s.
morning masses at 0830, 0930, 1030; Hospital Chapel morningmass
Supply Inspection Division for his at 0645; Hospital Protestant Chapel service at 0915. The Fire Department should be Blown, ext. 8395.
lovely wee daughter, Baibara. notified when decorations are set Baby sitter Janelle Schults, etv

Borje is expecting his orders before MONDAY, DECEMBER 21 up In barracks and other public 8326.:
too long for sea duty and the assembly places so they can be Riders wanted-Driving1 to Houston
beta ate even that time might bea HOSPITAL-Distiibutlon of fruit' baskets, contributed by local inspected as to what additional I Texas, leaving Dec. 21 and(

stowaway, too. fruit merchants, to each ward safety precautions are necessary. returning Jan 6, J. O, Kiser
t The old half-truth of "we killeda CHAPELS-Midmte service at 2300 at All Saint's Chapel; ext. 8370, Bldg. 560.

bear but Papa shot it" was Midnrte/ Mass at St. Edward's Chapel at 2400 and Communion Servo Attention Ride wanted, vicinity of Fierch
brought to mind in the Inspection ice at Hospital Chapel atTUESDAY : NiI', St. & Murray Drive 0730-1600.

Group this week. Chief Eldee Til- Virginia McLaughlin, ext 8107
ley and Claude E. Coleman bragged DECEMHER 2.; Yi'Ji'uli'j Operators' or Ph. 76109.

about having brought down a deer The Holiday season requiresmore Ride wanted, vicinity of Bient-
house the at 1030.
CPO
stalling
throughout day
CLUB-Open
below( Nahunta, Georgia, in the attention to safe driving wood Project area, 0730-1600
Okefenokee Swamp region. After CHAPELS-Worship services at 0930 in the All Saint's Chapeland because: Robes Dm'den, ext. 8107.

much arm-twisting It was learned 0830, 0930 and 1030 at St. Edwards. Huge accident Increase will occur Riders wanted-driving to AlbanyN.

that Forest Ranger George Lavender during this season Y., around Dec. 21-22 will
MONDAY, DECEMBER :il cautious will take 3 Clyde Met-
was a member of the party Only driving reduce passengers.

and since one shot is reported to OFFICERS' CLUB-New Year's Eve dance at 2130, featuring accidents. calf, 17 East Duval, Apt. No. 2S.

have felled the deer, it is rumored Johnny Serafine and his orchestra Late shoppers will double pedestrian .

that the Ranger will just ha'eto CPO CLUB-Gala New Year's Eve dance at 2030=music by trouble. Early darkness will reduce visi-
take the credit. Inevitable gaiety will reduce
Diz Dufano's Orcestra.ANCHORAGEDancing. ibility.)
Eddie A, Lund, Inspector, P & A safety consctousnesi.Driver's .
-or chestr; 1630-0100. Roads: will be slippery with rain,
Division, hag issued a warning that minds will be preoccu
it he gets an inspector's stamp CHAPELS-Hospital Chapel will conduct New Year's Eve pied. snow and ice .
for Xmas the donor will get services at 2200-"Watching the New Year Out." All Saints' Alcohol and gasoline will be Safety is a state of mind -

(topped. < right on the head. Eddie Chapel will conduct a special service of worship at 1930 featuring mixed. TH'NK.RE'membe1'.

ha* been so busy inspecting and guest musicians from Jacksonville Negligent driving will continue. Your presence a
tamping aircraft pub h. I* Greater volumes of vehicular the Most Precious Present at

scared of getting "okay-,I tI s." traffic will occur. Christmas.Page .


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