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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1952
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ARMISTICE DAY PARADE-l\larchlng: Navy units helped swell the ImpresAdm.. Osborne B. Ilardlson, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville (in center of
I live hour-long Armistice Day parade in Jacksonville Tuesday. At the left is the I group) was honorary marshal. A contingent of Waves from NAS march past the .I
reviewing: stand, with military and civilian dignitaries standing: in salute. Rear reviewing: stand at the right.



Third Place For 11 Christmas



NARTU Jax In JAXHIRflCUJS Parties Set


'52 Competition

For ChildrenPlans
Jacksonville's Naval Air

.I Reserve Training: Unit has VOL-10 No. 32 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla. 13 Nov. 1952 for eleven Christmas

placed third i in competitionfor parties for Navy children are

the coveted Conway Me- Chief's Club underway at the N a val 1 Air
morial trophy awarded an- Station.
nually to the best Naval Air
Instead of only one big party as
Reserve Training Commandunit. Holds AnnualNeedy
in previous years, parties are be-
.
ing: held by the various commandsthis
Winner of this year's top awardis Drive : year. This change has been
Naval Air Station at Willow
made to accommodate the large
Grove, Pa. (Philadelphia), with
number of youngsters, ten
NAS New Orleans, second. Some 200 needy children of yearsof
S the Jacksonville area will be age and under.
;i Awarded "
Annually Date Is December 20
'! treated to a Christmas party
,. The Conway trophy is awarded resplendent with holiday l i A special committee, headed by

'I 1 r, annually to the station within the > : food, clothing l i and toys, Capt. Charles' A. Dittmar, senior
Naval Air Reserve Training Com' thanks to the NAS, Jackson- station chaplain, is working out
I mand which demonstrates great. ville Chief i Petty Officers'Club. details for the station party which

est proficiency. NARTU Jackson will be held at 1300 on Saturday,
ville placed seventh in 1950, which The gala party will culminatethe December 20, in Mainside audi

',. means an improvement for the local annual Christmas charity driveof torium.

unit. the CPO Club. This party will include about

sn : The command is composed of 1,000 children of personnel attached -

28 NARTU's and Naval Air Sta- This year's drive is slated to be to the Naval Air Station,

';, tions under the cognizance of the the biggest and best yet. With with approximately 300 children

Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train ,,_n _. ... ,..._w,.. the campaign less than a week from nine orphanages in the

ing, now headed by Rear Adm. WIHTEIIATS ON PARADE-One of the numerous Navy unitsin old, contributions from the Chiefsof Jacksonville area as honored

Daniel V. Gallery, Jr., with head. Tuesday's Armistice Day parade, a group of the Landing Force Fasron 6, VC-62, 'VA-45, NA- guests.
quarters at Glenview, 111. from NAS Jax, marches smartly in formation down Julia Street. MT-Det 1 and ComFairJax standat The Naval Air Technical Train-

Second Time For WG 100 per cent. ing Center has scheduled its

3 This marks the second time in Less Than 48 Hours Left Carl E. "Red" Owen, AOC, Christmas parties on a divisional

, M many years that Willow Grove chairman of the charity drive com basis at the request of personnel,
', mittee, working in conjunction I Lcdr. Milton G. Kuolt, senior NAT-
1: has won the trophy, first present.
" f".' ed to the Navy Department in Eight-Week Morals Essay with the Duval County Welfare TCcenter Chaplain i has an-

\ r.," honor of the late Edward Francis Association, has made arrange nounced.

s Conway, former commanding ments for a Christmas party for Six: Parties At Center

! officer at Floyd Bennett Field, N. one hundred colored and one hun- Children of ANP( ) School per-
,
T. The trophy has become the Contest Closes Nov. 15Less dred white children of this area to sonnel will have their party at the

! object of much keen competition (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1)) gymnasium; Administration groupat

! among thq stations which com the auditorium; AOA) and
than 48 hours remain for personnel to submit
: prise the command. WEATHER OUTLOOK AOB( ) Schools at Hangar 622;
their Moral Essays! -
AEA) and AEB( ) Schools at
I __
a The master Conway trophy will Friday-Scattered clouds, mild
Although time has practicallyrun' Building 523 AKA) Schools at
i :The Contest Committee ; ,
Essay
be displayed for the second weather, light southeasterlywinds.
.. out, there are still a few Building 610; and Aircraft Main-
at Willow Grove aft I .
straight year has reserved the right to publishany
hours left for those who are tenance, Training Facilities and Y
er which it will.be replaced by a more submitted essay. The win Saturday-Moderate cloudiness,
mailer miniature which will be now preparing entries to have light southerly winds, milder Maintenance Training Aid Shopsat
ning paper, as well as others, the Technical Library.
permanently retained by the'sta. them finished and to the committee temperature.
will be published in the Jax Air Almost 1,200 children have been
tion. before the November 15 dead Sunday-Cloudiness with rain
News. registered for the six NATTCenter
strong variable winds. -
Presentation of the trophy will line.
parties, which will also be held
be made by Admiral Gallery on Eight-Week ContestA
MARINES BIRTHDAY Lt. Col. December 20 at 1300.
December 7.CAG4. project to further the servo I 55 b James C. Lindsay, CO of the Marine
Aviation Detachment at NATTCentercuts Fleet Air Holds Two
ice-wide Protection of
program, the huge birthday cake at a Birth- Lcdr. John N. Montgomery, fleet
Aids Jdx Moral Standards, the eightweekold day Ball at Mainside auditorium Tues- chaplain, reports that two Christ ,
contest has met with enthusiasm 2. Community Chest in many divisions. As it of ANP( ) School. The Mainside auditorium mas parties are being planned for
.. i party was one of three held approximately 1,350 children of
With $500 GiltJacksonville's reaches close late entries
a many here to commemorate the 177th Anniversary fleet personnel. The fleet parties,
have been received by Capt.
1952 Community of the Marine Corps. also at 1300 on December 20, will
Charles A. Dittmar, senior station
Chest drive was augmented be in the Hangar areas. p
and contest com
by $500 yesterday when chaplain Naval Hospital and NARTU are
mittee head.A .
Lcdr. William D. Houser of VF- also planning Christmas partiesfor
Hand Lcdr Jack Jones of panel of judges, made up of e children of their personnel. It

VA-45 presented' on behalf of officers and enlisted men, rep y I. expected that these will be at

the officers and men of CAG-4, resenting all commands concerned the: same time and at other loca-

a check for that amount to the will begin screening essays tions.;
Red Feather Campaign. The November 17. It Is anticipatedthat Toys, and plenty of refresh

presentation was made duringa the judging will be finishedand ments, will be distributed by San

regular report meeting held winners announced by Nov ta and his helpers during the aft

at the George Washington Ho- ember 27. ernoon. A wide variety of enter-
tel. Many Prizes tainment is also in store for the

When NAS Jax held its 1952 Valuable wrist watches will be youngsters. ;H
Navy Carnival for charity last presented to the writers of the Party registration is now in

May, CAG-4 members were ov- top two essays. Other prizes include progress. Division officials have

erseas as a part of the U. S. cameras, pen and pencil .... been requested to turn in names i
Atlantic Sixth Fleet in the sets, cigarette lighters 'and key ; to various committees. Becauseof y

Mediterranean. chains. .t the many parties being planned,

Officers are not eligible for .. only those who are members of the
CAG-4 is composed of Fighter "
Squadrons 22, 43, 44, 62, and prizes, but will be awarded ,.,." .: ::., ""'- "" ...... .' command concerned will be permitted -
medals for first, second and third ... : to attend the party given
Attack Squadron 45. ,<\ ;:. '
... command'
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Athens, Venice, Nice, Rome .
J1IX tJ ,

S VP-3 Men On Tour View Historic Mediterranean Ports


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station. Jacksonville, Fla. Oct.' 13 VP-3 sent Its first The same goes for Naples. Barcelona, the last stop, was

NAS. Jacksonville plane on an eight:day whirl. Venice was a sightseer's par- quite a place; a modem ,city
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree- Commanding Officer wind tour of the Mediterranean. adise, presenting unlimited op- that had all one could desire at
Comdr. James H. Armstrong .Executive Officer The Itinerary included Athens reasonable prices, especiallyfood
portunities for good picturesand
LLDave Barksdale.__ Public Information Officer Nicosea (Cyprus), Naples, also"for purchases of cam- and Spanish linen and
Fleet Air Jacksonville Venice, Nice, Rome and Barce-
leather
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison.... Commander eras and other Italian products. goods.
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins.Chief- of Staff lona. Nice lies near .the center of The crew of AIB-6 consistedof
Fleet Air The cruise was a good one Lcdr. George C. Schoulda,
WingEleven
Capt. Arthur S. Born .. ._-___Commander for both sightseers and liberty the perfume capital of the Lcdr. Charles IL Liebhauser,
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton-Chief Staff Officer hounds. Athens presented a world. The city itself was rather Lt (Jg) Harold Stevens, Lt.

Naval Air Technical Training: Center good opportunity for first-hand quiet, since it was an "off (Jg) Robert S. Satre, Lt. (Jg)
Capt. Edwin R. Peck Commanding Officer knowledge of ancient Greece. season" for tourists. Henry K. Wylie, Houston R.

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart Executive Officer The trip to the Acropolis and The crew did not spend much 'Bray, ALC; Finis E. Cooper, <
Naval Hospital
Capt. DwIght J. Wharton Commanding Officer Parthenon gave shutterbugs a time in Rome, arriving in the ADC; Robert W. Smitley, ADI;
Capt T. F. Weinert __. Executive Officer field day. In Nicosea there was late afternoon and leaving the Richard M. Allen, AD1; Fred- .
NARTU not much sight-seeing to be following morning, but saw en- erick S. Salone, AT2; Elvin J.
Capt Easton B. Noble Commanding Officer done but the liberty was good ough to report that it has muchto Floyd, A03, and Ronald L.
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer and the crew had a fine time. offer.Report. Broman, ALAN. -

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The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the u. s. Naval Air Station. -------
Jacksonville. Florida and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds From Washington
lit no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station. the )
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. (DIVINE '
Naval
Hospital.

Editor-Andrew H. Planey ( )) National USO.Pal Day
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, JO3; John Charvat AN; Vivian Wil- SERVICESProtestant .
liams SA Helen .
; Harper.The

JAX AIR NEWS Is a member or the Armed Force Press Service. To Be Observed Nov. 1 1If 13
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not withoutthe 0830-Episcopal Communion Ser-
written permission I I of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication cf other
matter, except bv service publications Is prohibited without permission ofEditor. vice, Small Chapel
JAX AIR KE\VS. 0830-All Saints ChapeL Armed
( Forces Prtu Strvtct)
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Many more Army aviators will
A national event USO-
8184 and 216. 0930Sunday School. new be needed by the Army National

1045-All Saints ChapeL Pal Day, will be observed Nov. Guard when new tables of organi

Cussing Is Not Manly Catholic 13 when approximately 250,000 zation increasing the number of

0800-0900-1000 -Mass, St. Ed servicemen and women are aircraft assigned to ground units

Cleanliness Of Thought Speech ward's ChapeL guests of civilians at dinner par- I go into effect. Under the new
0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL ties and home hospitality pro- 'program, the 25 National Guard
lUormon1930TuesdayNATTC grams throughout the U. S. and infantry divisions will each be authorized
Actions, Essential To Fine Morals Chap- several foreign countries. The 26 aircraft Instead of the

lain's office. event was designed to promotea current 18; the two armored divi-

By Capt. Norman A. Helfrich Christian Science. greater Interest in the needsof sions will each be authorized 28

1900-Tuesday-NATTC Chap- Service personnel on the partof aircraft; and for the first time,
How often have we heard and heeded the time worn and
NG non-divisional
'civilians. units will be as.
ageless expression that "Cleanliness is next to Godliness?" In Iain's office. signed aircraft.

one every day program of life in the Naval Service we are .

constantly reminded of the necessity to maintain the highest A revised eight assignment

standards of cleanliness of our person, as well as our work- officer correspondence course in
and It is also essential that devote
ing living spaces. we a the field of nuclear physics (Nav .
.
portion of our time and effort to cleanliness of thought, Pers Is
10901)), being offered to
speech and action. Through our daily efforts to achieve this all Navy personneL Chief petty

goal we are promoting the campaign for -better health in ad- officers may take any officer
dition to living a fuller life. without
course endorsement.
.* .* .*
Other enlisted personnel must
It is unnecessary: to seek or indulge in any of the so-called have the endorsement of their

manly practices that are questionable in their very nature. commanding officer to the effect

The variety of facilities available at this and other activities, : that they are potential officer

including the church of our choice, an organized sports pro- material Reservists will gain

gram, library facilities, theatres, and other exchange opera- 16 retirement or promotion
tions are further reasons why we owe it to ourselves to exact s points for successful completion

every effort to improve in our surroundings. of the eight assignments.

Thoughts generally govern our speech and actions. If .

we utilize a small portion of our time to maintain our The Army has announced a quota

thoughts on a clean clear cut, high level, our speech and ac- of 200 officer students for the
tions will reflect this thinking. Each one of us has the op- 1953-54 course of the Army War

portunity to improve in the use of the English language. College at Carlisle Barracks, Pa.
.* JET JCEP-The new XII-26 Jet 'copter goes through its paces This is an increase of 50 percentover
The library provides many books that will assist in in-' during the first public demonstration. Called a jet jeep, the craft the quota for the current 10-
ranks as the smallest ever made for the Army. Top speed is 80
creasing our vocabulary which will eventually permit the em- mph, can climb 1,000 feet in altitude and stay aloft for two hours month class which began last Aug.
ployment of clean, wholesome words for proper emphasis, as without refueling. Two pulse jets power the craft It can be dismantled ust.
:well as specific expression, without recourse to obscene lan- and transported in a regular jeep. .

guage. Learning a new word each day will soon make the The deadline for submitting
art of swearing an untenable and undesirable noise.In Only Seven Months Old, Credit Union claims for WWII state bonuses

action, it is natural for each of us to have our own inVest Virginia is Dec. 31,

champion, a fellow-man known as a clean sportsman, whomwe Building On Sound Financial Fooling 1952., Eligible veterans should
write: Department of Veterans
endeavor to imitate. Champions' actions, like those of us ""
in the Naval Service, are subjected to the closest scrutiny by Almost seven months old, Affairs, P. O. Box 5127, Capitol
the public, and, while not under the identical rules and regu- the Jax Navy Credit Union is uled for January, the Board of Station Charleston, W. Va

lations, they are required to maintain clean records. Neithera now on sound financial foot- Directors is encouraging membersto .

prize fighter nor a jockey, retains the respect or the admi- ing and operating at a profit, set aside enough, money each A selection board will be con. .

ration of the public when either resorts to unclean tactics to officials reveal. pay day to make a Credit Union vened in the Bureau of Naval Personnel
Since its initial organizationlast
obtain an advantage. deposit. To aid in the "regular during January, 1953 to
.* spring, the Credit Union has
enjoyed continuous growth with deposit" policy, and to Improve consider requests from officers of
Cleanliness is further stressed by our Medical Science as the line of the regular Navy tor
the of and disease. Care- members welcoming the opportunity further the first year's record of
a means to prevent spread germs transfer to the Supply Corps. Requests
of food immobilize Dirt and to build that little "nest egg." the Credit Union collectors I
less handling can an army. must reach the Bureau before
debris are conditions that each of us stand challenged to Low Deposit Policy equipped to handle all transactions Dec. 15, 1952.

eradicate, and we should have already adopted the policy to While pleased with past progress I are stationed in each division .

utilize every facility at hand to reduce health hazards.In officers and directors of the i and department throughout The Air Force saved $3,017-

short, let us improve ourselves by keeping clean in Credit Union are anxious to Increase the station. 399.24 during the past fiscal year

mind, body and action!rChief's operating funds so that new I by decentralizing the Air :Materiel
benefits can be Inaugurated.Main .
the past, all contributions from purpose of the Credit Union Singers, Musicians Hold Command's paying facilities. By
Club the drive were turned over to local paying bills within a short periodof
is to stimulate thriftiness, and Sessions In
charity organizations. Building 930 time, the Air Force was able
all members are encouraged to
(Continued from Page 1)
to take
advantage of industry'scash
Sparking the drive will be raffles take advantage of the low deposit Personnel who love to gather -
be held on the nights of Dec. 22 of merchandise, contributedby policy recently established. around and sing and play for discounts ranging from one-

and 23 in the Chiefs' Club dining local merchants, to be held at Will Accept $1 their own enjoyment can do halt to one and one-half percent.

and dance rooms. various club functions between The Credit Union will accept just that now that Special .

now and Christmas. Finale of the deposits as low as $1.00 to be applied Services has stepped in. Dutch General Visits SCot .

This time the Chiefs are goingto drive will be a gigantic club dance against a member's account. A special room, completewith

see, first hand, how much good with paid admissions. When the total reaches $5.00, the piano has been set aside Pieter J. Van Gijn, next
very single dollar does. For the Efforts of the Chiefs' Club In member will automatically becomethe topside Building 930, Mainside, General Major Commandant of the
I where Netherlands Marines has arrivedIn
singers
first time, the Chiefs are going to this project over the years has owner of another share of and instrumen- ,
talists can gather to the U. S. for a two months tour
provide clothing and toys for the I been praised by Jacksonville's compare
stock.With their scores. of U. S. Marine and East Coast
kids and a Christmas dinner. In leading charitable organizations. an annual meeting ached-
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I 'Mechanical Brain'Ii Chance Grades For Error, Records Tests I I N 4S REALHEADLINES -


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NATTCeriler'B "mechani run from the same documents a staggering figure yearly.Lt .
cal brain" paused briefly in its without any further chance of hu- Howard F. Johnson, Train-
meditations this week for a short man error." % ing Facilities officer, had one com-

rundown on its mission. and f nc- ment to make: "Be sure to do The following personnel changes

Meriam Denmark of Maintenance tions. CHIEF PICKLING didn't care NATTCenter's Machine Account- have been effected within the past

was on sick leave last Friday Disdaining anything as elemen- to approximate the saving in time ants justice, because they're do- week at the Naval Hospital. .
and upon returning to work Mon- tary as explanations, the "Brain" and money the "Brain" saves the Ing a fine Job. Oh yes, don't for-
Personnel to Inactive
released
day wondered what happened to allowed one of its human assist- Center, but all hands in the department get to mention the 'Brain' also, it's
her Division. ants to make the statement. agree that it would be O. K. too." duty included Lt. Robert E. Byrne,
Lt. James J. Conners Lt. Fred M.
Those on leave were Curly The mission of the "Brain" is ,
Wemp of the Key Shop, Clarence maintenance and reporting of all Hunter and Lt. (jg) Ruth J. Lake.

Porter, John Woodrum, Joe Flirt scholastic records of students in Among those received for duty
and Aileen Brumbaugh all of the the Center Schools. Its functions were: Lt. Jack W. Thompson, Lt.

Planning & Estimating Section: include the ,grading, record, and : Josephine G. Fountain, Lt. Fran
James Sumpter, Carpenter; Tom final transcription of the student's t, ces R. Edison, Lt. Robert N. Web
Cowan, Sr., Civilian Shop Personnel tests from primary indoctrinationto e ster, Lt. Deon Cole and Lt. (jg)
supervisor and Don Cameron, finals. > John M. Sadler.
Quarterman, Public Works. .
*
Received from the U. S. Naval
Meriam says she didn't* have ACCORDING to Lynwood Fick- j"t ii Hospital Corps School in Ports

time to feel any loneliness since ling, MAC, the ,only thing the me- mouth, Va., were: John T. Buch-
she was kept plenty busy all day. chanical brain doesn't do is to go + h oltz, HA; Michael J. Deir, HA;
Ernest Johnson of the Key Shop Is topside in Building 500 for the i Ralph W. Brubaker, HA; John Q.

still ill and we hope he makes a 500 naval personnel cards from Davidson, HA, and Raymond Lu-
speedy recovery. Abby Cook of the which the basic information is kasik, HA.
Furniture Warehouse was on leave punched into the machine. The *

Monday. machine takes over from there. From U..S. Naval
Training Center
"There is a chance of error," Bainbridge, Md., Juanita Hul- .
Hope Mill-Price of Technical Chief Fickling stated, "but it is r zar, DN; from U. S. Naval Hospital
Services is still hobbling about x
infinitely small. Once the basic ; Bethesda, Md., Nathan W. Perry
after her ankle recently.
hurting information is punched into the Jr., HN; from U. S. Naval
William Robinson. Photostat Op- machine, it becomes a permanent School of Justice, Newport, R. I.,
erator is the of his
proud papa
record and verified reports can
Vincent A. Hawkins, HMC, and
first child, Linda Ann born re-
from Headquarters 2nd Marine DI-
cently. Chris Farmer, real estate
superintendent, recently returned VF-22 Man vision, FMF, Camp Lejeune, Lind-
CONFAB WITH MECHANICAL BRAIN-Lynwood Fickling, sey V. Rice, HM2.Advancements .
from leave. Bart Dockrell Housing
MAC, and Eulyss Holland, MA3, of the Tabulation Machine Unit
Manager, also returned recently Nets CitationAction at NATTCenter, give Lcdr. Robert A. Barnes, superintendent of in rate included
from leave. Special Training, a short rundown on the function and missionof Andy J. Webb, HM2.
the IBM "mechanical brain." The machine maintains and reportsall
Sorry to report the resignationof constituting an outstanding Red Cross Notes
scholastic records of students at the schools.
Bess Nail who is assistant to performance beyond the call Some of the patients are still

Mr! Dockrell as of Nov. 14. Bess of duty has earned for Lender T. Service Under Four Roofs chuckling over clever "lines' sailors

will be remembered for a long long Hutchison, AD1, of VF-22 a letter use to get dates these days.
time by the many friends she has of commendation from his former Some of this quick wit was dem-
made on the station after having skipper, Capt. Charles C. Gold Treats Galore In Store .onstrated last Thursday night at

spent seven years in Civil Service. commanding officer of NAAS a "Blind Date Party" in the Rec-
We wish Bess lots of success and : Corry Field; and a "well done" reation Hall. The party was the
good luck. from Rear Admiral John P. Whit- same as the Blind Date radio and
ney, Chief of Naval Air Basic For Exchoog Palrons TV programs and the attractive

Utilities Division welcomed Training. hostesses from Jacksonville proved

aboard Paul J. Schouboc, chemist, Accorded to Hutchison for his themselves as clever as the men.
Three more paydays, six more
who will fill the vacancy occa- participation in the successful execution Prices include express East of *
sioned by the resignation of El- weeks, until Christmas! Early the River and Louisiana
of a rescue mission, the Mississippi Looking over the schedule of
more Fabric. commendation letter read in part: shoppers will find that the Navy Arkansas and Missouri, while coming events, we suggest that

Tomorrow night is the big night. "While serving as plane captainon Exchange has its counters well 10% will be added for Wisconsinand you note the following events on

We hope all will turn out for the board a Navy PBY flying boat stocked with merchandise, with states West of the Mississippi your calendar:
Public Works Dance at Post 88 operating out of NAAS Corry River.
many more Christmas items ar- Thursday, Nov. 13, 1930Bingoin
American Legion Hall on the Field, Hutchison was instrumentalin riving every day. Personnel who wish fruit for the Recreation Hall, sponsoredby
Southslde. Charlie Green of Trans- effecting medical assistance Samples of fruit packages, suit gifts should place their orders with Post 293 of the American Le-

portation and his orchestra will sent to a critically injured man able for Thanksgiving gifts too, the Navy Exchange before De- gion; Nov. 15, 1400 Ward C-4

provide the music for dancing. on board a shrimp: boat some 25 are now on display at the Main- cember 10. All shipments are Party, sponsored by the D u val
Tickets are on sale from members miles off the Gulf coast." side store. These "Tropical Treats" guaranteed against damage or County Chapter of American War

of the Recreation Committee at "His action along with other include jellies, honey, marmalades, spoilage in transit. Mothers; Nov. 19, 1400-Ward C-
75 cents per person. A gala eve- crew members and medical per- pecan rolls, zombies, Indian River 2, Bingo, sponsored by the National

ning has been planned. sonnel, involved the landing and oranges and grapefruit, kumquatsand New this week also are dresser Council of Jewish Women, ;

transferring of aid aboard the tangerines. sets, make-up kits, manicure sets, and Nov. 19, 1400-Ward A-6
stricken boat under hazardous lounging pajamas, fancy bedroom Thanksgiving Party, sponsored by

mim conditions during darkness." Ranging from picnic basket size slippers, lingerie, and hosiery sets "Fleet Reserves."

Initiated by Captain Gold, the to a 00-pound standard box, these for the ladies. A new shipmentof We are looking forward to the
letter was heartily aproved by Ad- gift packages of tree-ripened cit- Kharafleece sweaters has also monthly dance in the Auditorium
MAINSIDE miral Whitney who requested that rus fruit will be delivered by fast been received. November 25 at 2000. Plenty of

Thurs. Oct. 13 the letter in addition to his own express straight from the grovesto Lotion sets for men are at the charming hostesses who are also

Pony Soldier..____...Tyrone Power be made a permanent part of friends and relatives before Mainside Store, and the Men's good dancers will be on deck. The
Fri. Oct. 14 Hutchison's service record. Christmas. Store, above the Navy Canteen, NAS Band will furnish the music.

Montana Belle..Jane Russell has billfold and belt sets, belt and 5.5BLOOD

Sat. Oct. 15 cuff-link sets, sweaters, pajamas,
King Kong..Bruce Cabot shirts, windbreakers, and numerous BlINK
,
NATTCenter t w other gift items.
Fri. Oct. 14 BOX SCORE

Pony Soldier..............Tyrone Power Another supply of toys has been
Sat. Oct. 15 No. Quota Per-
S. received at Toyland with many
Montana Belle........_...Jane Russell ; : new items added. Sch. IUd Cent ,
NAVAL HOSPITAL FAW 11 13 23 176.9 j
For those who find themselvesall
Thurs. Oct. 13 Cecil Field 16 24 150.0
thumbs, a gift wrapping serv-
Ladies of the ; NATI'Center 253 296 116.9
ice is available for a small charge.
Chorus __._......Marilyn Monroe Public Works 24 24 100.0
Packages will also be wrapped for
Frl. Oct. 14 Spec. Servo 4 4 100.0
mailing.
Steel Trap.._.._....Joseph Cotten Admin. 3 3 100.0
Very shortly the Exchange will
Sat. Oct. 15 Medical 2 2 100.0
Pony Soldier__.Tyrone Power be open until 2100 for the con- HID .2 2 100.0
venience of shoppers, with addi-
Dental 1 1 100.0
The skipper of the tramp steamer tional clerks hired to handle the Res Fleet 85 80 94.1

was peering over the side of holiday rush. Oper. 12 11 91.S j
the bridge through a thick fog. Since the Exchange is under Marines 10 9 90.0
4 IL' four roofs now, a directory has H
Suddenly, he saw a man leaningover Comm. 4 3 '75.0
a rail only a. few yards been posted outside the Malnside Supply 27 18 59.2

away. "Get out of the way, you Store, Building 27, listing new locations o & R 115 48 41.1 .
confounded fool," he roared. of departments. Hospital 21
"Where the devil do you think A _' __'''''''.__''_ ..___________. ComFairJax 94 31 8 32.1 38.0

your ship's going? Don't you FRUIT FOR HOME Al Bullard, PN1, of VC-C2, selects a 'i So it did go down to zero lastnightthat's NARTU 7 2 28.5Om.
know I've got the right of way?" fruit rift box from one of many shown In folder held by Mrs. nothing. CT. SpC's. 35 5 U.2
[ Sullivan Navy Exchange sales clerk. Orders for these .
Betty ,
Out of the gloom came a sardonic -
I t: voice "This ain't no blink- fruit packages can be placed at the Navy Exchange, Building 27Malnside. I "How many sailors work In Engineers 13 0 0.0
: Delivery Is direct, with fruit guaranteed to arrive in Fla. Mil. Dis. S 0 0.0 ) '
In' ship guVnor., IThla 'ere's .a good condition for Thanksgiving or Chlstmas. This Is just one of I your office? AIM: 4 S CI.O
lighthouse!1" the many; sevlccs being featured by; the Nary; Exchange this year. "About half of them. /



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Four JAX AIR NEWS 13 November 1952



;New BC-BS Contracts ]




Give Added BenefitsNew .


Shield contracts and '\
glue to make the double payment at
Blue Cross Blue Shield Identifi-
she next collection period.
,
cation cards are being distributedto
*
members of the NAS Blue .
Cross and Blue Shield Group. Employee on duty during the '"

s The new.-contract contains the collection period who fail to pay
,* their premium on time will be t
Increased benefits which became
placed on a direct pay basis fora
effective 'automatically to Blue
\ \ period of three'months_ and,will
$
1.
Shield subscribers August
be required to pay the higher
New identification cards have rate. Any member placed on direct "
a a.t.M also been issued to both Blue pay and who desires to return ",

Shield and Blue Cross subscribers. to the group and obtain the .1
Only one Identification card is to reduced group rate must'apply)

be issued to subscribers and will for transfer, once he has been
indicate' whether they belong to
placed on a direct pay basis.
both the Blue Shield and Blue I ..
r Cross Group or whether they car-

ry the Blue Cross 'contract only.' Marine Again
*

Members who lose; their identification Tops AN Prep

cards should notify the
Blue Cross Blue Shield office im- School ClassFor

mediately in order to obtain dupli the fourth week in a a

cates. Any discrepancies between row, a Marine has topped the ..
BLIMP GOES DOWN AT SEA-Here's a dramatic rescue at sea, some 55 miles from here in contracts and identification cards week's graduating class at the
the Atlantic Ocean. The submarine Seadog!: is shown approaching the Blimp K-119 which went should be referred to the Em- Airman Preparatory Schoolat
down at sea last Friday. The blimp, with 11 men aoard, on an anti-submarine training patrol, went
down when a window blew out, hit the right propeller and ripped through the basr. All eleven crew ployee Relations office, Building NATTCenter ,. .
members were picked up safely. Arrow points to the tiny rafts as the men were about to be pickedup 907, Extension 420. He is Pfc. Michael
by the Seadog. The blimp was based at NAAS Glynco, Ga. The addition of new benefits to

VP-86J To The Rescue the Blue Shield contract and the W. Ludkie-

NOTICEBlue issuance of new contracts to memo wicz, who grad-
Cross and Blue Shield bers does not in any way alter the
Blimp Goes Down At Sea; payments are due Nov. 17-18, effective dates of the contractsand uated with a

policy holders are reminded.USOPal all benefits and waiting peri- 93.24 average in

Crew Of Eleven RescuedPatrol ods will be computed from the the class of 317. Ludkiewicz w;
original date of the Blue Shield
Ludkiewicz, who comes from
Squadron 861, based at NAS Jax, played the hero's partIn contract.
Day Ludlow Mass and attended
the rescue of eleven crew members of a Navy blimp, which went I ,
high school there entered the
down at sea last Friday about 55 miles off the coast here. Subscribers to the NAS Blue ,
Set For Marine Corps in February of
The blimp, K-119, home basedat reported not salvageable and allowed Party Cross Blue Shield Group are reminded this year.
NAAS Glynco, Ga., was taking that the collection date
to sink. From here he will go to Ae-
part in anti-submarine exercises November 15 Tor premiums has been establishedas
Crew members of the blimp included rographer's Mate School at
when it went down result of
as a the Monday and Tuesday fol-
Lt. George R. Keiser in Although today is National Lakehurst, N. J. for further
a freak accident. A cabin window lowing the second weekly paydayin
suddenly popped out, hit the right command Port Royal :Fa.; Lt. USO-Pal day, the Jax USO will each month.Subscribers training. .

propeller and ripped through the (Jg) H. A. Irwin, Jacksonville; Lt. hold its celebration on Nov. 15thso who are on official

gas bag. Paul Fedor, Brunswick; Ensign W. that a greater number of enlisted leave and who do not make their 23 More Added
personnel will be able to
P2V on The SceneA E. Klinker, Cuyhoga Falls, Ohio; payments during the prescribed

plane from VP-861, with Ensign Richard Janousek, Virginia attend. collection period will be double to
Comdr. William E. Bonvillian, Minn.; Jesses E. Beek, ADC, USO-Pal day is an outgrowth of billed and given the opportunityships Rolls Of Jax

commanding officer of the squad- Tims River, N.J.; John Ashfort, the old Gl-Pal day and has as its

ron, in charge, was right on the AD3, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. M. McKinney purpose the acquainting of the will result from the Open Half-Gallon ClubThe

scene when the accident occured. ALl, San Leandro, Calif.; civilian population with military House which will be held Satur-

The K-119 was on its way back to O. D. Bacheller, ALAN, Port Huron personnel not as a group but as day. I Half-Gallon Club here can

Glynco when the gas bag was Mich.; J. P. Quinn, BM1, Port individuals.It Approximately 12 civic groups now claim 91 members, with 23

ripped. Lt. George Keiser, in com- Huron, Mich., and Leroy Duck, is the hope of the local USO have been invited to attend the people adding their names to the

mand of the blimp, made an attempt AMI, Linden, Tex. that many civilian-military friend- festivities which will begin witha Club's roster this week.

to return to the base, but tea at 1600, a buffet supper at Military and civilian personneland
radioed it could not stay aloft 1800 and culminate with a min- ( dependents) who have givenat

any longer. 'Morals Box' Takes Nickel A Throw; strel show at 2000 given by the least four pints of blood to the

Crew UnhurtAs Riverside Lions club. I. Station's Armed Forces Blood
the K-119 settled down into I I Center are eligible for member-
Down To Minimum
the water, the eleven crewmen Keeps Profanity Operation 'Sea Scape' ship.The
swam clear and climbed into rub- new members include:
ber life rafts. The P2V Neptune of I 'It'll cost you money for cers have paid the piper. Concludes In Virginia Charles R. Licht, AF1, VC-62.

VP-861 radioed the submarine i "cussing" at Fasron Six Communications Men who work in the cdmmu- Operation "Sea Scape," a Joint- James R. Taylor SK2 SubGroup

Seadog, which was also participating office. nications office responsible for Army-Navy exercise ended recently 2, Green Cove Springs.Lee .

in the exercise, and directed it Not that they cuss too much this "fine" project are Lt. Ken- at the Little Creek, Amphibious I. Tinsley, ADI. VC-62.

to the scene. The men were in there, but when one member ex- neth L. Harper; Alton B. Hynes, Base, Norfolk, Va. Army Armand R. Moreau, SN, SubGroup

their rafts for about an hour anda pressed concern as to type of ADC; Edward Axman, TE1; units Including the 278th RCT 3, Green Cove Springs.

half before the rescue was ef- vocabularly generally in use to- George Gilbert TEl; James B. took part in this exercise to train Larry A. Rossow, AM3, FAW 11.

fected. All were safe and sound.I day, it was agreed to do some- Manno, TESN; Tom Miller, SN; more than =3.500! men in the tech- John D. Gillenwaters, HM2

The submarine was ordered to thing about it. Russ Golden, SA and James Al- nique of modern amphibious war- Medical.

Mayport, but later the crewmen len Jardine, ALAN. fare. Frank R. Bibb, FT3, Reserve

were transferred to the auxiliary MUTUAL agreement in the off- Fleet, Green Cove Springs. a

repair ship Escape. A short while ice resulted in establishment ofa .... .. sa Y William S. Richards, Public ..

after landing safely at Mayport, "Morals Box" into which each Works.
the blimp crew was on its way John R. Todd, AN, Operations.Don .
and who makes
everyone a pro-
back to Glynco by bus. Appleton, SN, Operations.
fane utterance in the confines of
Chester E. Strother, AD3, Op
Blimp Sinks the office deposits one nickel. erations.

Comdr. Bonvillian reported that All money collected will be t 7 James B. Connor Jr., EMS,
tow lines had been tossed to a 4is t
: :
turned over to some local charity. e mss.. Rta s NATTCenter.
sub in an effort to get the blimp
The sign on the box reads: Lawrence Goodsell, AMC,
out of the sea and underway, but i it
Morals Box, Now Hear This! All NATTCenter.
they broke. The downed craft was t tttts ,
Officers, Chiefs, Whitehats and i Donna C. Albrecht, AM, Opera-
Servicemen InvitedTo Waves. All and Any ProfanityOr tions.
Obscenity Will Cost The Of- John L. Barnwell. AE1, NATT
Town DanceA
.fenders 5c A Word. All proceeds Center.
hearty welcome is extendedto .Will Be Contributed To The Thomas R. Green, FN, NATT
servicemen to attend the second Christmas Fund For Underprivileged Center.
annual dance of Israel Lodge No. I Children. Pay Here. Edward J. Nieters, Public Works.

11 of the International Order of Michael Cascone, Industrial Relations -

Odd Fellows to be held at the Jax NO ONE in the squadron is .

Jewish Center at 3rd and Silver exempted from paying. So far John W. Krabacher, AE1, a

Sts., Saturday, Nov. 9, at 2000. many visiting whitehats and offi- NATTCenter. ...
Servicemen will be admitted for Joseph M. Lee, ADC, Fasron 9.
half price of 60 cents. I Sign in a factory rehiring wom- Clyde E. Mollins, Jr., AN, Fasron
I I en workers: "If your sweater Is HE PAYS OFF-Edward Axman, TE1, (right), makes sure that 6.
James Manno TESN, puts a nickel in the "morals
box"
Many a man has made a mon- too big look out for the machines.If making a slight slip in word choice. The "morals box" is a novel after Brenda E. Gorski, wife of Walter
key out of himself by grabbingthe you're too big for your sweater, ', method of keeping profanity at a minimum, for both visitors and J. Gorski, ADC Fasron 6. ,
,wrong limb. look out for the machinists." personnel, at Fasron Six Communications office. Loren C. Rilser, PN3, Fasron 9.'ago .-



13 November 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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Fasron Six 109, Flag Adm. Report ;';;;;\>::': ::'.'.: <':*.
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Ftutron Six I
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Fasron Six's Banshees completed around the inspired hitting ot Ij j
the touch football season in sec- Lcdr John larrobino squadronC.O. C
.I
ond place last week by defeating: One of his hits a triple }

:< Fasron 109, 20-19. With seconds brought, in two runs while another 4
.
,'I' a homer brought in three ..'.," .J
; \,.' remaining: Fasron 109 completed : < ,
'. .. : the final TD with a quick pass but more. Lt. Bob "Ace" Hall also :" ,"'" .
. <,..., :.;' was unable to make, the extra Joined the VF-174 Hall of Fame :,, ,

point. The extra point would have I by banging a four-bagger with ;.
.: resulted in a tie and: defeat for the bases loaded.: The only hit ::
If .
'. the Banshees since the tie rule by the enlisted men was by Alvin

" ;; w favors the team with the greater Humpheres, AM3, who pitched for r "j

1". number of'first downs. the losers. jN

A job' "well done" is extended > : 'f;
L to each member of the team forI VF-43 '' '

putting: the Fasronites in high ALA DIATOl VF-43 had its annual dinner >. <'
.. standing: for the season. dance at the Mayflower roof gar- :; i I'
VF-62 den last Friday. It was a rousing :;
INSIGNIA A motif :
Individual scoring for 1952: .
.
,
I based on strength and success. The dinner came off well > <"
weaponsof ;" :,
Chuck Hontz 60 points; Flash Rosen '
gladiators of old now adorn and squadron members and guests
: 44 points; Pete Giovanni, 27; the planes of VF-62. Devisedby danced until the A.M. ""WHOOPS" Being strappedfor
: Tex Dvoroznak 27; Jim Aller 18; Ensign Bill Bickert, the insignia the big: blow by Marion
,; Crowder Hodnett 8j; Bill Bailey shows a Trojan battle Brothers, Bob and Jim DeJoy Gray, AOl, and Bill Jones,
r i\\ Stan Ferro 6j; John McConkey, head dress with shield, spear who look enough alike to be twins, ADC, is L dr. Leroy Coch-
and left), who is being indoctrinated
set of white wings. Shield ran -
', < made AD3 together in the Oct. 16 i
.1 6j Tiger Johnson 2.
a' ; denotes protection of countryand in the workings a
Jack H. Cotton AM3 donatedhis ship while wings IndicateJet exams. They enlisted in the Navyin of the jet ejection seat here.
eighth pint of blood last monthto squadron's range and striking January of 1951 and reportedto lie gets a "big charge" as the
power. VF-43 in April of the same camera catches him in mid-air
AT3; Harry Odem, ATS; Bob O'-
set record.
a new squadron
(top) via the ejection seat froma
year. They have participated in Gorman, PR3 and Howard Trout-
Other donors who have simulated Build-
one-
given pass 'at the flat-top, he decided to cockpit near
two Med cruises with the squadron man YNT3. ing 168. Lcdr. Cochran heads a
; half gallon or over are: Blain J. the next best
try thing a landing first aboard the USS Oriskany '* team from Pensacola here for
Combs ADI; Charles D. Shires, in the drink.According. '
indoctrination
the seat.
and the second on the Coral Fasron 109 on
+ ATS; Peter J. McMinds AN; Fred
to the rescuing heli- Sea. Both active in athletics.
are Fasron 109's personnel office is
R. Harroun AN and Clyde E. Mol-
'. lins AN. copter pilot "It" was an excellent Proudly sprouting new crows still keeping busy with influx and 'Seat With A Jolt'

water landing. McDaniel dis- are, Bob Hampton, AD2; Bob Novak outgoing of squadron personnel.

... Eight men have recently returned closed that it wasn't his first trip AD2; Ed Eggleston' AE2; Latest additions to the service un- Now DuplicatedAt
into the
He crashlandeda
o to Fasron's maintenance briny. Bill Scheiderer AE2; Francis it are Otto Bottin Sr., ADC who
department after completing a plane during the last war in the Beauge AM2; Lewis Stewart reported in from VF-13 Henry

three-week course covering the Pacific. AM2; George Hlghtower, SD2 and Niedermeier, CS1 from the USS NAS PensacolaThe
F7U-3 Cutlass offered Chance While In Palermo squadron of- Paul Deldebbio now AD3. F. D. Roosevelt and two store-
by seat with the definite Jolt
ficers took on 4 chief-white hat keeper strikers, Donald Glidewell,
at Now that the fumes have
Vought Aircraft Corporation cigar situated on the east side of
team in softball leaving the en- AKAN, and Charles Parker AK-
cleared it is
Dallas Texas. Among those who possible to see new Building 168 has been duplicated -
participated are Paul J. Vlasek listed crew holding the short end rates also on the arms of Ed Fel- AN. at NAS Pensacola for the

ADC; Frank P. Krajewski ADI; of the stick. labaum AE3; Bob Ackerly, AO3; Joining future civilian contin- purpose of training medical per-
Thomas F. McGuckin ADI; The- The officers' power centered Gerald Hill, A03; Bob Gabriel gent were Paul Swallow, AD AN, sonnel in the operation of the

odore A. Margolin ADI; David L. .,,, ... Bob McElhaney AD3, and Lawrence ejection seat.
'
P. Williams AD1; Charles A. ..: 1 / ... I": ."\ ::: .!':;':;. Palmer YN2. A group from Pensacola led
Southern AD1; Van R. Rauch, '3:.a ({ #' "Jt'!} r5 .. '(!"T" ;R N:' :" ; N by Lcdr. Leroy Cochran, assist-
ADI and Robert C. Daley AD2. 31ik341 3 ''s t{>i'.s + ?Yr: : M : Flag Adm. Unit ant officer-ln-charge of the ac-

Kenneth G. McClelland, ADC, Many a moon has set since the celeration unit of the Aviation
and Charles F. Brandt SK3, have J ;; "; ; last article was published on the Medicine School there received
recently checked in. McClellandwas :; ; : :1 ; Flag Administrative Unit. instruction here on the actual

previously attached to VF-12, November 21 has been desig- operation of the seat recently.The .

..- while Brandt's last duty station nated as the date for the forth- other ejection seat will

was on the USS Ashland LSD-1. <. coming party to be held at the give flight surgeons an 8 Gblastas
.f' Lt. (Jg) Robert J. Kalmbacheris .:... "".. r ri. : American Legion, Lakeshore. Per- part of their instruction on

.attending a one-week course at t. : sonnel having any ideas for en- the effects of acceleration on the
the Special Devices Center, Port tertainment are urged to contact human frame. They in turn
Washington, N. Y. k:" department committee represen- will use the device to acquaint

.I After completing nine years of I tatives. pilots with the seat. Within
,
t service, Philip W. Fluke, AOl, I'I'i From the number of FAU can- four seconds after the charge is

; h'tj; a shipped over last Friday for six. I {, H ," :' didates taking the recent Fleet- released the seat is traveling at
j'"'' Wide Competitive exams, over 45 mph.
i:: Lt. Sigurd M. Gudal returned i
.- ,,'. from leave Thursday after spending If .::...:::: :<. :.: ;." ,' i(& three-fourths made their rates. Forming the rest of the team
,: a an enjoyable 25 days hunting : ':<' : Ninety percent of E-3s who at- were Bill Jones ADC; Marion

t ... \ In Minnesota and Wisconsin. Th 1jj tained qualifying multiple marks Gray AOl, and Leon Kobar,
J"t. James D. Hunt, AN, was transferred ;, are also receiving advancements, AD2 all from Pensacola.
1'r Y...:J?" last Saturday to Fasron f ll plus all E-4s and E-5s who made
t Returning soon to civilian life
"rq .. 101 Quonset Pt, R. I. the minimum or higher scores
is Willis D.
.; .: .}. Recently returned from the Naval have been or will be promoted. Robbins AK3 who

4rr.k1, ,,....",, -'Un..lhl- t"- after three week's illness ___.. ..,, ..'.."W'U" ._....__ the has past been two attached years. to FAU for
.la James W. Scott, AD3. AIDS PROGRAM-Serving: to boost the cost consciousness I In line for hearty congratulations -
program at Fasron 821 at NAAS Sanford are the unique and are the following ;who ad- Soon to Join members of VP-8
VF-174' original posters created by J. M. Jones AN. The posters are dis- vanced to the rate indicated. JohnS. at Quonset Point, R. L is Bob Fabian -
played at key points in squadron and rotated regularly to while Fred
ed.-It. spaces SN Mull YN2 go
With VF-174 in the a insure Brklch PN3; Robert M.
all
viewing by personnel.
aboard :
the
little late in the year to go swim- Browne YN3; Arrow P. Butler carrier USS Midway. ,

' ming but that didn't faze Lt. Via Sketches, Posters YN3; Tito J. Campos DM3; William Stan "The Man" Ryznar AN,
Charlie O. McDaniel of 174 who E. Meyer PN3; Paul F. Mull has relieved James J. Kohlhepp,

landed his FlU in the blue watersof Fasron 821 Artist Gives Boost YN2; Alfred T. Price YN3; Ar- AN, from TAD duty with Fasron
the Mediterranean. Flying close nold Tallant KD2; Nathan Wolf- 6 as Loring Holmes AKAN,

aboard the USS Roosevelt Lt. Mc- son, AK3; Joe M. Law, JO2; Neil shoves off for TAD duty with
Daniel suffered engine trouble. To Cost-Conscious ProgramCost Libby YN1 and Fred C. Pahl Fasron 9 at NAS Cecil Field.

Without time to make another YN3. Adding to the muster list of
consciousness which is
ed messages. An almost equal number of FAU in a TAD'status are Robert
Pfc. Linville currently being stressed in the Waste is pictured in the guiseof rates were made by personnel TADto Insley, TD3; George W. Kohou-
armed services is being given a a knock-out boxer in one of the FAU and by personnel at- tek, TD3; Paul E. Long TDAN; +
boost in Fasron 821 at Naval Auxiliary the. "nail-ups" and is stressed in tached to ATAU. Those removIng Joseph P. O'Shea TD1 and AlbertW.
Honor ManTopping Air Station Sanford by a another by highlighting bad sup their old rates were: Alton J. I Southworth, TDC. All five

last week's class at the series of unique and original posters ply issue habits. High TD3; William E. Benson are attached to the Mobile Training -
created, by J. M. Jones, AN. Unit.
*
Aviation Electrician's Mate Schoolat TD3; Robert Insley TD3; GeorgeW.
NATTCenter was Pfc. Glen M. I Hitting common practices of Thrift Is emphasized in several Kohoutek, TD3; Wanda Lahti Recently reported for duty with
Linville with a final average of I waste and hoarding with a numerous others, once by a weight lifter TD33 (W); Joe C. Wilber Jr., TD- FAU were Phyllis M. Bowers,
8.94.. yet serious approach the stretching a dollar bill and again U3, and Alan Fiel, AK3. YN1 (W) ; Vincinte Jesus SD1;
The honorman attended Roosevelt posters have gone ,a long way by a thrifty horse's picture under Those adding their third white Kelsy H. Mitchell; BMC; Harry
High School In Seattle Washington toward sharpening cost consciousness the line of "good 'horse sense' can stripe were: Charles A. Cheese- Chernikoff TDAN; William L.

before entering the Marine attitudes among Fasron 821 save money." man, Thurman L. Finfrock Robert Selph TDAN; Cyrus W Sides, 1
a '
.... Corps in January of 1952. He com- officers and men. Jones prepared the posters as T. Ford Fred H. Luebbert TDAN, and D. R. Gallagher, TD-
pleted his recruit training at the S part of his own cost consciousness Thomas P. Shfel and Robert J. AN.

Marine Corps Recruit Depot in These posters are being displayed part in the squadron drive. Wendel. t .
San Diego before reporting here at key points in the Fas- He has been working in the unit's And then there was the girl

for Airman Preparatory School in ron 821 spaces and are rotated at supply department since comple- Personnel of the aviation ratIng who thought she had a perma-

April. He has now been assigned regular intervals insuring that all tion of his recruit training at adding final green stripe were: nent. boy friend but discoveredhe
'" as an instructor at NATTCenter. personnel receive their well point- Great Lakes. Leon George and James Kohlhepp. he just a passing fiance.

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The few citizens who assembled Friday at Varsity Fieldto
witness the playoff between NAUTU and AE School .for _
the station intramural touch football title were treated to an
!internecine tussle that had everything, except perhaps
closer officiating.:
The boys in the striped shirts, two from the NATTCenter -
league and two from Mainside, seemed hesitant when a ._.u_. .___ ____..m..........._......_._.__ .__.___ _.____ u U 'U um...
close call was imminent. It marred what proved to be an I STATION TOUCH GRID CHAMPS NARTU's grid charges climaxed an unbeaten season by
evenly matched contest. Unfortunately the decisions met snaring; the all-station touch football title/. defeating: NATTCenter's representative AE School.
Members of the championship crew are, front row, (left to right), Doug Shuman Al Martin, Wil-
with disapproval from both sides. ford Hicks David Sistrunk, Cotton Rewis, Gene Brown and Brad Tredinnlck. Second row, Joe
AE School deadlocked the Reserves in the first game, Tompson, Gene McKenzie, James Sinerson, Ed Weeks, Manual Gonzales Bill Harrison, Jim Burke,
G-G, in what was figured to be a win for the Student Elec- and Bill Bunting. Back row, Tom Falkin, Jim Long Linton Moon, John Kemp, Charles Riecken-
tricians. NATTCenter intramural rules were followed two bach, Gordon Shott, Foots Lyons and Coach Lewis Page. NARTU defeated AE School, 13-7, in the
final fray after a 6-6 tie in the first game. Winner of the second game automatically was ruled the
hands between the knees and shoulders, but the NARTU winner.
Inured itself to the regulations early in the game and appeared -
to be headed for victory.It 1C)
First Call Out For
Nartu Scuttles AE School
was supposed to be a different story in the second
fray, the Reserves favored because of the Mainside flag rule I Varsity Swim Team
which was being followed. The Students met the challengewith First call has been Issued
both barrels and until late in the fourth
blazing period For Station Grid CrownDarkness from coach Merlin Searight for
held a one pont margin that loomed larger by the second. swimmers and divers to partici-
From that point on it is history. NARTU scored, converted pate with the Jax Navy varsityin
and won the game 13-7. was settling fast over Varsity Field last Friday the Initial meet Flor-
afternoon as NARTU and AE School battled furiously for the' against
If you don't think three inches means a lot on a putting NAS Intramural Touch Football title, but old Sol held on long ida the middle State University of December., around
green, check with Erwin Scott, Green Cove Springs. It was enough to allow the Reserves to score in the final two min- Interested should
by that margin Scott was dethroned by Dr. Judd Pearsonfor utes of play and come from ehind to win, 137.It contact the indoor personnel pool, extension .
the annual Fall Cup Championship last week in what was the second game of a recorded as a double win. 481.
proved to be a terrific battle between two fine station golfers. best-of-three playoff. 'The initial AE School led 7-0 at halftimeand
Pearson trailed 2-up at the turn and into the 17th hole scuffle terminated in a 6-6 deadlocking appeared things pretty Gene McKenzie on the four and
was still one down. There was no autopsy made at the 17th leaving all the blue chips "much its own tojiave way through the Shuman to Bunting in the end
tee but had there been undoubtedly it would revealed that down in the second game to be second stanza as the Reserves zone broke the scoring ice, Rick- .

Pearson had ice water veins, for he proved to be as cool .... !, scored once but failed to convert. enback's try for the extra point
under pressure as a Jacksonville gill on her first date witha But NARTU was not to be de- was good but NARTU was off
sailor, by driving for a birdie four. It was the equalizer. nied as It opened a scoring driveon side. A second attempt was
Scott was in with par figures. the Students' 48 late In the blocked by Bill Pappa and the Re-
Scott and Pearson sent their second shots to the greenon vrw fourth quarter that was culminated serves led 6-0.
the 18th. Scott had an 18-foot shot confronting him with a one-yard spurt off right I Neither side mustered a serious
while Pearson was two feet arear. Over-shooting the cup, tackle by Brad Tredennlck. threat before the half although
Pearson's ball landed six feet away, but Scott missed his ': Charles Reickenbach added a con- NARTU drove to the 33 near the
birdie putt as the ball rimmed the cup and stopped three version to tint the finishing touchon gun.
*
feet short. the Reserves' win.
Pearson promptly rammed home his six footer and the There were no penetrations
pressure was on. Playing for the right side of the cup, The big thrust was a {..I.yardheave through the third heat as the ball
Scott's shot broke too early, missing its mark by three from Doug Shuman to Reic changed hands around the mid-
inches. It was all over and a new champ was crowned. kenbach that carried to the Stu- field stripe. The Students openeda
*. dents' one. Reickenbach took the drive with three minutes re-
An annoymous poet penned a few choice lines for our leather on the 20 and picked upa maining In the fourth quarter that
benefit :Monday morning that we feel are worth passing ..:.. s"".aoiaw,_ _'_'m__'_ "J'_ key block by Bill Bunting to carried 53 yards for a: touchdown.
along. The thoughts were harbored by a disillusioned football SPARKPLUG-Brilliant even move goalward before runningout Sliter made a circus catch of
follower who thought Notre Dame would upset Oklahomalast in defeat, Des McLearen, AE of bounds. McLearen's pitch at the Reserves' .
week. He was right. School quarterback, engineer Late In the first chapter Des 40 and he went eight more before
"Well John, the day is gone, and the sun is setting fast. ed tatives the through NATTCenter both touch represen-foot- McLearen wired his AC-DC quar- being stopped. McLearen found
There was a ball game played today, but that's a thingof ball playoff games. His quart- terbacking to the Electricians' of- Capparelli for seven yards and
the past. erbacking and passing was always fense, spark-plugging a 64 -yard then kept for a first down at the
As I walk down the street, I smell a sweet aroma, a threat. AE bowed to touchdown march that broke the 21. McLearen to Smith was good
That somewhere today a team was beat., Notre. Dame_ has I NARTU for the station crown. stalemate. for another first down at the 10.
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upset Oklahoma." McLearen found Dave Hughesfor NARTU tightened its secondary
Purdue will dump Michigan this week in a race for the IANP( ) Students a first down at the AE 48 for three downs but Smith wu
Big Ten title and a New Year's trip to the Rose Bowl. The following a pair of running gains. all alone in the end zone on fourth
Boilermakers pack too big a scoring punch to be handled by Lead Race For Shifting: from a etralght-T to a down for the equalizer. The extra
the Wolverines in our pick of the week. single wing the Electricians sent point try was no good and the
California will find little trouble with Washington State Captain's TrophyWith Wesley Sliter down the middle for gun sounded at 6-6.
and Southern California should score plenty in defeating 17 yards where a 15-yard penaltyfor .
Washington on the Pacific Coast. In the Southwest, Texas only four of thirteen illegal use of hands against
will rope TCU to move nearer the Cotton Bowl while Baylor events remaining on the NATT- NARTU made it first down at the AN Ships Co. Still
gets the nod over Houston and Texas A&M: is expected to Center athletic agenda for the 20.
handle Rice. Kansas has too much for Oklahoma A&M. coveted Captain's Cup, ANP) Sliter romped to tne eight on a Heads Net Loop .
Tennessee will bottle the vaunted scoring machine of the Students maintain a slim hold on pass from McLearen for another
Florida Gators in the top southern clash. Georgia Tech over first place on a 515 point pro- first down and Frank Capparelli ANP( ) Ships Company remained
Alabama and Maryland over Mississippi are top billing. duction. Closing fast is AE scooted over left tackle to the pay undefeated through another
Michigan State to get by Notre Dame, Penn over Army and School with 5121h points.At station. McLearen to Hughes in week of intensive play in the
Ohio State to defeat Illinois completes our selections. one time the ANP) Stu- the end :lone made it 7-0. NATTCenter Intramural Volleyball -
*. loop by trouncing AO Ships
dents held a commanding lead of
FOLLOWING THE FLIERS-Dennis Jeter, the cage 100 points, but the Student Elec- First Game SummaryAE Company end Special Services
magician who was expected to bolster the local's hope this tricians have added points in a School returned the kickoffto 1st. Lieutenants.
season, is San Diego bound. .Heading the Men's City Bowl- relentless fashion to narrow the its own 38 and immediately Hand Tools and AE School both
ing League is Fasron Sixer George Baranski Sibney gap between the Cup leaders. picked up a first down on runs by picked up two wins each last
Glaser, AE School, and Wayne Moon and Bob Bishop, NAR- Still remaining to be com- Capparelli and Art Smith. The week as they continued nip-and-
TU, did a fine job spotting for us at the playoff .A con- pleted are bowling, volleyball, Reserves held, however, as four tuck for the third and fourth
tinued effort is being made at the Mainside gym to ready acey duecy and chess and checkers. running plays carried only nine place positions. AO Ships Com-
the court for the 1952-53 season. Special Services deservesa Special Services announcedthat yards. pany is in second place, despite
lot of credit. In addition to lengthening the court new the deadline for entries in Riding the throwing Arms of bowing to the leaders.
lights have been installed, a portion of the stage removedand the latter two events is noon, Reickenbach and Shuman, NAR- The Standings:
bleacher seats readied for full turnouts. Nov. 17th. TU pushed inside the AE 11, buta Team ANP( ) Ships Co. W 9 0
It's a crying shame that only 19 candidates are vying The Standings: pass intended for Bunting on AE AO Ships School l Co.. 11 8 g 2
for starting berths on the basketball team while there are Team Total Points the one was intercepted by AE"s Hand Tool. 7 3
thousands on the station It's like old home week at AE ANP(School) School 512JA 515 McLearen., A/C ANP Malnt.) School 2!5 !5 5 S
Oceana for the Jax Navy nine. Don Hafeman, Bob Stefanichand S.A/C S-lstLt.Malnt. 458U:444 McLearen got one on a quarter- S. S.lrt( U. 4 3 II
John Carsella are already there and John Scarola leaves AO School 418: back sneak and Capparelli carried AK School 0 8
ANP( ) Ships Co. 422V4 Medical 0 8
tomorrow to join them. Congratulations to baseballersJohn AO Ship Co. 370K four over the middle. Reick en- *5* S
McCaffrey and Tom Neely who took brides last week AK Dispensary School 349 3fO back Intercepted McLearen's pass I Fishermen spend more money
end in the NAS chapel <. Chief John Lucas is finding the Personnel 316H 334 on the 13 and was Immediately I $70,000,000 worth on tackle and
turkey shoots in this area much to his liking. He'll probablybe Supply! 261Commlisarx downed. I other gear, than any other sportsmen. I
in the wholesale business by Thanksgiving. Ware 173 93 Two quick shots, Shuman to I I




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13 November 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page SevenNOTHING




1rI Fliers Face Norfolk Soturdoy I





\ In Senson's Final Rome., Froy


The 1952 grid season nears the wire this weekend and
Barksdale employed Harry
w so it is with the Jax Navy Fliers who entertain the Nor-
,,' Stuldreher at quarterback
4, ske a e 4ka. folk Tars Saturday afternoon 1400, on Varsity Field in
most of the South Geor-
through
the_ l local's}last home game of .the campaign.
gia tussle using Jack Bishop alternately -
Norfolk, 3-3-1 for the season
',, will enter the game in a favorite'srole. Locals Seek Revenge

I ;: The invaders had scouts on Last year the visitors thumpedJax pivot slot. 'Bishop can help us

hand at Waycross Ga., last Sat- Navy, 25-0 and Coach Dave on the ground," the Navy tutor

.;:(: urday to view the Fliers in their Barksdale il anxious to prove to said and with Stuldreher in at

\ 13-13 tie with South Georgia the local populace that it can't quarter I've got two guys, capableof

\ Junior College. Reports carried be done twice in a row as he throwing"Fliers

back indicate Jax Navy will not prepped his athletes with a rigid In Good Shape

", be underrated.The week of close contact drills. Jimmy Crum saw plenty of
duty last week as he shared the

-- right half assignment with

TOUCII'ABOUT THIS-For the laymen who harbor ,.' Larry White White has teamed
dissillusioned thoughts that touch football is strictly "patty cake", JAX fUR nEWS'ot :; with Stuhldreher through the lat-
please take note. Observation of action seen during the biff
ter stages of the season to forma
NAUTU-AE School Intramural playoff game, reveals near may-
hem with the Reserves on the left and Students on the right. deadly pitcher-to-catcher com-
This action occurred right in the center of the line just as the bo that has reeled off large

Reserves executed an offensive thrust where some terrific blocking $ chunks of turf.
took place. NARTU won the final fray, 13-7 and with it the all-
Wilton Barco and Dick Off-
station intramural touch football crown.
ringa were bearcats on defense

against South Georgia. Early in

Ring Squad Battles Strong the game it appeared the collegians

would rip Jax Navy's line

Rally Gives Fliers 13.13 apart, but the lithe pair of Barco

Green Cove Club TonightLast and Offrinea plugged big gaps to

assist the Fliers' secondary with

minute alterations in the the defensive chores.
Frank Carpenter and Tiger Den- Tie With South Georgia
Jax Navy lineup will have little The Norfolk scouts were par-
kin. Willie Sims or Tom Lump-
bearing on the outcome of the ticularly imoressed with Stuldre-

Fliers' boxing match with the kins will answer the' bell in a Held scoreless until early In the fourth quarter Jax Navy her's throwing and Darrell

Green Cove Springs leather push lightheavy melee.Welterweights electrified a crowd of 3,000 at Memorial Stadium, Waycross, Ga., Spang's hard line jabs. "That

era this evening in the Green Cove Sammy Williamsand last Saturday night with two quick touchdowns only to have South guy Arnold (James Arnold de-

ring. Jerry Deley are both availaoie. Georgia Junior College count one and settle for a 13.13 stalemate. fensive end) plays a whale of a
L L
Coach Al Mueller has several I iiuer-Bquaa bouts Betweenthis collegians pushed across a Same at end," a scout mused."We'll .
pair have produced lively re- half kickoff to its own 30, but
him much 'as
doubtfuls on his card. "This won'thurt touchdown with five minutes remaining dodge as c
sults which indicate both are good three plays later was forced intoa
possible..
our chances tonight the wi- I in the initial chapter to
boys and capable of winning. punting situation. Dick Offringa -
ley ring mentor averred. "I've got lead 6-0 but neither squad could
.
bulled through to block BuddyLee.s
good boys to fill in with at any dent the scoring column after Annual Cup
boot and the alert Navy
AE School
:weight." Keglers that, until the Fliers took chargein
defender recovered on the 14.
Johns To Go the last heatFollowing
Links Title
Pace Genier BowlingSecond Spang Fumbles at 3
Jimmy Johns 199-pound heavyweight the first touchdown
Darrell Spang hit right guardfor
was a definite selection in round activity in the i it$ appeared the Tigers would
three and Pickett went inside To PearsonAn
his division while Willie Clark re- NATTCenter Intramural Bowling turn: the game into a rout. How- tackle to the seven. Two short

ceived the go ahead at 120 pounds. League is already underway and ever, the Navy defenders rose to stabs by Pickett moved the ball intensive fall and winter

:Ed Harper will enter the ring for will continue until the first weekof the task and held the homestanders to the 3, but Spang tried left program at the NAS golf course

the locals at 126. December. AE School keglers for downs on the four to repela guard and fumbled, South Geor- picked up momentum last week

Wetherly Fisher a strong 166- appear to have things their own touchdown bid that had carried gia'recovering. with Judd Pearson crowned

pounder is slated for action way thus for, while a heated 53 yards. Don Meyerchick's toweringboot champion of the annual Fall Cup

against a Green Cove foe. The re- battle for second place is still be-
,
Scoreless Second QuarterIt early in the fourth heat was Tournament, a one-up victor over
maining four starters are uncer ing waged by ANP) Com-
Ships
Erwin Scott.
proved to be the turning fumbled by the Tiber's safety I

tain. pany and Personnel. point of the first half. The small and recovered by George Shot- Four-up on par at the end of

Plenty of TalentIt The Standings: gathering of patrons who had well to give the Fliers a first the regulation 18, John Hughes
will be either Ronnie Burns- Team W t HsAE .
School 30 3 41 assembled for the benefit of the down at the South Georgia 36. annexed top honors in the Handi-
worth or Willie Wilkens at 128. ANP( ) Ships Co. 22 11 30 vs. Par competition last Sat-
Personnel 22 11 30 Midget Athletic Association of Jack Bishop to Stuldreher car cap
:At 135 there is a choice between I ANP( ) School 21 12 29 Waycross settled back to watch ried to the 24 and two plays later urday. It was the first in a series -
22 11 28
I Supply Marines: 21 12 27 the evenly matched squads trade Stuldreher pitched to White fora of similar tournaments that

Varsity Cagemen I AO AK Ships School Co. 19 15 14 18 26 20 punches near the midfield stripe. first down at the 9. Pickett will be held for members throughout -
S. S.1st Lt. 13 20 17 the season.
A/C Malnt. 10 23 13 South Georgia took the second added three yards over right

23-Game guard and Bishop was at the one Based On Handicap

Open I foot line through the left side. Richard Mills, Mike Phillips and

Charles Anderson were 3-up on
Fliers Knot Score
Slate Nov. 27A. White stabbed inside left guard par to deadlock for runnerup lau-

rels. Play is based on a 3/4 han-
23 -game basketball menu for the touchdown with nine
dicap off the gross score basis and
awaits the Jax Navy cagers this minutes remaining and when
all
provides heated action through
season with an additional six: in Bishop's placement was wide the ranks.

confirmation.The score was knotted, 66.
the offing, pending
Entries in the second flight of
slate lists top service college South Georgia moved the ensuing
r a w the Fall Cup tourney have been
kickoff to the 27, but two
and junior college quintets.Of
narrowed to the semi-final round,
the number confirmed an plays later Navy had possessionon
where Lester Platt will vie with
even dozen are scheduled for the the 30 following F ran kMickle's
John and Leonard
t rw Hughes Cooley ,
Naval Air Station court. Present interception. White madea
takes on Bob Painter.
plans call for home games to be nice run to the 11 on a pass Other Flights On
Mainside build- from Stuldreher to set up another
played in the gym r In the third flight Harvey Webb
3 which has seating capacity fhr touchdown.;
ing a and Casey Maze tangled Armis-
750. Bishop cut inside left tackle to
of a little over
tice Day for the title. Maze wasa
the five and Pickett was over
The schedule:
dark horse throughout the tour-
Nov. 27-Patrick AFB _.___..-here standing up to break the dead
but
ney came fast through the
Dec. 2-MacDill AFB _..there lock as the clock showed only early rounds to reach the finals.

__..here seven minutes to play. Bishop's
Dec. 4 Turner AFB
Chief D. E. Coleman and Charles
Dec. 5-Camp Stewart ...-...there extra point try creased the cross Anderson will match strokes Sat-

Dec. 8-Georgia Teachers ....here .i bars and Navy led 137.
urday for the fourth flight crown.
Dec. 9-Moody AFB ....._.....there (' i' $ v McMillan Interferes Consolation matches are in the '

___ A pitchout, from Doug Griffin
Dec. 16-Patrick AFB .there { i ito semi-final bracket of all four
(' it Lee who inturn passed down-
Dec. 18-Central Collegeof
a t flights. In the first flight S. T.
Missouri ..._........_here field to Don Gardiner moved the Corneliussen and Rear Adm. Os-

Jan. 12-MacDill AFB __.here rI Tigers inside the Navy 25. The borne B. Hardison meet to decide

Jan. 13-Turner AFB _....there S '5 Fliers held for three downs, the semi-finalists against the win

Jan. 15-Fla. U. "B" ....._....here 1 forcing South Georgia back to ner of the H. W. Beck-John Free-

Jan. 17-Georgia Teachers_..there i., 3ra I the 28, but a fourth down shot man match. Harold Boswell has

Jan. Pcnsacola NAS .......here T a from Ashton Cassedy to Gardiner I already advanced to the finals in

Jan. 22-Parris Island _here was ruled complete at the the upper bracket.

Jan. 29-Moody AFB _.__...here I 9 1 on interference by Don Mc-

t Feb. 2-Pensacola NAS _there r Millan. The Fliers had a chance to
....... ., .....
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Feb. 6-Rollins College .....there -- Gene Cox picked up two over break the tie when they carriedto

Feb. Charleston Navy....there WAVE VOLLEY ALLERS-Jax Navy Waves local entry in the left side and Navy was pen- the Waycross seven. Stuldre-

Feb. 17-Parris Island __.there the Girl's City Volleyball League, flash a confident smile before alized to the three for unsportsman her's pass to White good for 35 i

Feb. 23-Rollins College ........here taking to the court for their last game of the season. Front row like conduct. Bobby Boone yards moulded the opportunity,
(left to right) Mary Dimick, Shirley D'Laverne and Ruby Smith.
Feb. 24-Armstrong Jr. Second row, Trudy Parascandola and Betty Kenny. Back row, promptly spanned the needed but Bishop fumbled at ,the fivo

J College -.---.. there Louise Downing and Joyce Bittner. yardage to the cross stripes. and South Georgia recovered.

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A Glorious HistoryMarines

&m1lD

Pause To ObserveCorps'

(Items offering for sale article:

of) property such as washing ma

chines, automobiles, furniture, radios -
i1j ? 177th ,
,prohibited, clothing by Defense and the Department like ,an AnniversaryMarines


regulations. This column will, .1 :% here Monday Joined their brothers-ln-arms stationed -

however, list such services as zw in many lands in honoring the 177th birthday of the U, S. Marine ,.))

Available housing, rides wanted c k > Corps. '

and lost and found articles 01 t ; Three traditional'birthday balls

other similar notices.) were held Monday, one at. Main Samuel Nicholas
.
For Rent side auditorium, one at the Offi I.
Furn..bdrm. 1718 Margaret, ph cers' Club and another at the '"To the Shores of Tripoli" came

2-9342, Mrs. Bramlett. Mayflower Hotel. Hundreds of early in the 1800's when a small

Unfurn. 2 bdrm house, 835 Erie,, Marines and their guests danced,, band of Marines, Arab tribesmenand

$50 mo, ph. 2-4004, Mrs. McClen- took part in the traditional cake- Greek citizens crossed 'the
Libyan desert to capture the Barbary -'
cutting; and listened attentively

don.Share 6 rm house, 2726 South- r.A while the history of the Corps was pirates' stronghold of Derne,
side, Mrs. Burrows. _.
Sing. & dble rms, 2007 Riverside, FISHING SHACK OPENS-NATTCenter Special Services offi- The annual dances have been was raised for the first time in the
ph. 8-5162, Mrs. Snell. cer, Lt. Fred Marconi (second from right) and NAS Special Serve Old World as a result of military
ices officer, Lcdr. Richard V. Donahue (right), check flexibility ofa traditional for many years, wher- action.
Furn 2 rm apt, $15 wk. ph. shack at the Marines stationed.
new casting rod at the newly opened fishing gear ever are
2-7216, Mrs. LeGrand. Center. Interested onlookers are Lt. Paul McCoy (left) and gear "The Halls of Montezuma" came

Furn 2 rm apt, 418 Liberty, ph. attendant Edward Janeczek, AN. The gear room is open 1300 to some 40 years later in Mexico with
On Nov. 10, 1775, the continental -
4-5676, Mrs. Stradtman. 1800 during working days. General Winfield Scott's army.
congress first authorized the
Furn 3 rm apt, 418 Liberty, ph. While the rest of the American
forming of two battalions of Ma-
ph. 2-0291 after 2:30: p.m., Mrs. Plenty of Equipment army was preparing to assault the
rines to fight in the war with
Hanks. castle of Chapultepec, Capt. George

Furn 2 rm apt, $50 mo, 616 St. Opening Of Fishing Gear ShackAt England.In the.beginning Marines servedas H. Terrett, with about 20 Marines.

Clair, ph. 8-2792 Mrs. White. and Lt. U. S. Grant with an equal
boarding parties and as sharp-
Widow will share 5 rm house,, number of soldiers, stormed the
Center Lures Isaac WaltonsThe shooters in the masts of early
ph. 2-6687 Mrs. Swick. San Cosme gate and captured it
frigates. The cross found today on
Furn 2 rm apt, ph. 7-6249, Mrs. from an overwhelming force of
Isaac Waltons at all Marine officers' barracks caps

Clark. ter were encouraged to NATrCen-1 equipment is checked out long before stems from the painted crosses Mexican troops.. .
Furn 2 bdrm house, $75 mo,,
the week-ends and most of
after the big ones" that these boarders put on their
4656 Collins ph. 112-8-2722, Mr.. With Perry In the opening up of
the motors are kept at a constant
This encouragement came in the I hats in those days to keep sharp-
Japan in the 1850's, at Samar in
Astry. hum during the off-duty days.
concrete form of a new fishing shooting comrades in the masts
Furn 6 rm house, ph. 88-8414,, the Philippines! participation in
gear Issue room at Special Services Fishing: License Required from shooting them by mistake.As .
Mrs. Usry. the Boxer Rebellion in China, win-
division. Reservations may be made for a forerunner in a long seriesof
Furn rm, private home, ph. ning the title of "devil dogs" from
Equipment on hand at the fishIng all fishing gear for week-ends, if sea invasions, Marines took
8-3222. Mrs. Derdon. I the Germans at Belleau Wood In
shacks Includes some 223 fresh picked up no later than 1645. part in the first amphibious operation
Furn apt, 2215 River, ph. World War I-these are but few
garage and salt water rods and reels, 13 When the check out chit is filled, in U. S. history, the seizingof
2-8209, Mrs. Johnson. of the high points in the 177-year
motors, 22 shrimp nets and 21 Calcutta a property pass is included. A fishing New Providence Island in the
Furn 3 bdrm house, 6115 Com history of the fighting Marines.But .
poles Practically all of this license is required before any Bahamas in 1776, under Capt.
modore Drive, available Dec. 1, perhaps the last ten years

ph. 6-4050, Mr. Rogers. equipment may be checked out. have seen the biggest changes in

Furn 3 rm apt, $75 mo, 2601 Oil for kickers may be bought at the Marine Corps. After the Jap
SPECIALFor
FOOTBALL
Park, ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. the fishing shack. Safety chains anese conquest engulfed most of

Rms, day or week, 2601 Park, Week of Nov. 15 for motors, fishing line dressingand the western Pacific in 1942, the

ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. one fresh water repair kit are job of taking it back again fell in

Furn 3 rm cottage, 409 Campbell SELECT THE WINNERSHome also available for use. large measure to the Marines. I

ph. 8-2241, Mrs. Schulz. ( teams in right column) Open During: Work Days Beginning on Guadalcanal on

tft 1 bdrm apt, 2075 Hyde Pk, ph. From ten to fifteen fresh water August 7, 1942, and carrying

2-1496, Mrs. Overby. Army ..................................vs.............._.._... Pennsylvania rods and reels are issued per day, through the bitter, costly campaigns

Widow will share home 29-51 Columbia ...................._....vs..................................... Navy while shrimp nets are in great demand on Tarawa, Marshall Islands -

Remington, ph. 88-7864, Mrs. Mil- Dartmouth ........................vs.................................. Cornell during the season. EdwardV. Gilbert Islands, Saipan,

Quantico Marines ..............vs............................ Holy Cross Janeczek, AN, and J. L. Learue, Guam Pelel1u, Iwo Jima and Oki-

ton.Share home in Murray 11111, ph. Princeton ............_._.._.......vs.............._....................... Yale AN, operate the shop and do mostof nawa, the Corps was transferredfrom

2-7323, Mrs. Doonan. Ohio State ..._........._.......vs ...................._............. Illinois the repair work needed to keep a small amphibious force of

Furn 5 rm house, 2919 Doric, Wisconsin ......._.................vs..............-................Indiana the equipment in shape. 24,000 men in pre-war years to a

ph. 2-5224, Mrs. Harris. Oklahoma A. & M ............vs...._.................._.._..... Kansas The shop is open from 1300 to fighting machine of over half a

Unfurn 5 rm house, 4441 Mar- Purdue ........._.._...............vs................_............. Michigan 1800 during work days. million in 1945.

quette Ave, ph. 3-5422, Mrs. A. H. Notre Dame ..............._......vs................_... Michigan State .
Today finds Marines in Koreain
Stanley. Alabama ..............._......_...vs............_......... Georgia Tech
the fight against Communist
Wanted To Rent Auburn ..............................vs............................_... Georgia
aggression there, once again living
Unfurn 3 bdrm house about Nov. Florida _............_.........._...vs............................. Tennessee
to the Corps' motto, "Sem
15, will trade 3 bdrm house in Maryland ..........................vs......................_... Mississippi up "

Pensacola. Contact Comdr. J. W. Vanderbil ......._.._...........vs.........._.._........_......... Tulane per Fidelis.

Hardy, 701 South Street, Key Baylor ....___.......................vs......._...._................. Houston

West, Fla. Texas ..._.._.._.._............_...vs................_............... T. C. U.

MiscellaneousLost Rice ...........-.......................vs....................... Texas A. & M.
The bride of the week in Supply
Military Benrus wristwatch Washington ......................vs.............. Southern California
Department is blonde Joan Thron,
name and Service No. on Washington State ..............vs..............._........_... California
SA, Liaison Branch, who changedher }
back: Walter Adams, ph. ext. 677. Norfolk ............._.._.._.......vs......_............_....... Jax Navy n
name on Tuesday to match ax
Found-Child's coat in Bldg.! 39.
(Predict the score of this game) Gene Sellers, SKSN. Best wishes
Pick at Drivers Test.
up from coworkers are with the hon-

Ride wanted from Southside to Florida ......._.._.._._.._...._.vs........_......._.._..... TennesseeName eymooners.Two .
.AGO School, 0730 to 1610, ph. ext.
former 'employees are welcomed
Le
8535, Allene Hurlbert.
Rate/Rank back to Supply Departmentthis
Ride wanted to Oklahoma Dec. w

19, one or both ways, share expenses week. Georgetta Jones reported -)

ph. ext. 216. Unit Assigned To Phone in to Accounting and MaryC. .
Newnan St. Paris is working in Stock Con a
wanted
3 Riders RULES L. ,>
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and Monroe, 0645 to 1630. Ph. trol.
1. To enter the contest you simply Indicate your choice Frances Zimmerman transferredfrom \ ,
4-9296, or ext 404, Joe Buchanan. of each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you selectto
1 win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the names Procurement Section to the As
of teams you think will play to a tie score. Naval Hospital Harold McIntosh -
Meyer Cops Top 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties left Accounting for work at 5.

count as losses unless predicted. Cecil Field. :x rs I
Prize In Weekly 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the :0
game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with Three resignations round off the t

Grid ContestSSgt. the most nearly correct score will win the contest. personnel report this week. Carol

4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will( not be con Sproull resigned from Storage ,
Leroy C. Meyer ANP( ) sidered.. Contestants must make all the sele insplusindi- she is moving to Corpus Christi
School instructor, rang up first cating the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
5. In the event a is postponed or rescheduled for where her husband is transferred.
game
last week in the Jax .k,
place honors any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final Mary S. Eakin left Accounting, frt
Air News' Football Special with ratings. and Thomas Bevel returned to tr+
on the be submitted not later than 1700
five incorrect predictions 6. Entry blanks must military service from the Labor
20 game ballot. Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Building ,vg
.
and Equipment Section.A. z
930.
For the most part selections on 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof W. Bennett, Stock Control ','
over 150 ballots were off, as seven I personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con Supervisor, Is back from vacationin
misses were good enough for test.
second and third place. The tie- 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. Rockwell, Md. F AFPS e''
Oklahoma and 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the .

breaker between Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played. An optimist is a person who "IT'S COLD"-Janet Leigh
Notre Dame, a 27-21 upset by the
TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES orders a seven-course meal in lets out a shriek as she triesto
t, Irish, was needed to determine first prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy the best restaurant in town and avoid the spray from an f,
Robert Paradeau, Fasron Six, the Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit; ocean breaker. Her latest R,
to for it with the
plans pearl
winner over Fred Smith, O&R third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit. pay movie assignment Is In MGM's r
he'll find in his oysters. "Naked Spur."
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