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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: November 20, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District Commander Fleet Air Wing 11

" VOL-10 No. 33 UNITED' STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 20 Nov. 1952


Holidays At Home For ManyPeriods

77 Employees



"May lose' On Leave Set..




r W Wage; Boost For Holiday SeasonSpecial


L.'t
\:: t holiday leave and liberty periods for Naval Ail

Ii.,.. "A: T&recommended: wage increase -, Station, Jacksonville, beginning Dec. 15 and ending Jan. 12
: averaging 15 cents an 1953, have been announced.Two .
hour is approved by the Wage I '
S> leave periods have been
Stabilization Board, 77 em- to consisting of a minimum of 20( ,
established provide an
opportunity
ployees of NAS Jax will be hit p for most personnel to be per cent of total assigned personnel -

by a forced reduction in per- home for either Christmas or New aboard at all times. ,.
sonnel. Normal station routine will be
Year. End of working hours Dec.
The increase, which will affect hours resumed at beginning of regular
15 to beginning of working
about will hours Jan. 12, 1953.
4,000 employees, over- Dec. 29 will mark the first leave Monday
expand funds available to the sta- period for NAS military person- Few Deviations
tion in the current budget allow- nel. Holiday leave for civilian employees

ance, the Industrial Relations department Policies Outlined will be at the discretionof
(" has announced. heads. Leave will
department
I", KEEP BLOOD FLOWING-James Smith, AEC. right), discusses Second leave period will be from
-not interfere with
To Use Attrition services
necessary
the overwhelming success of the blood donor program at end of working hours Dec. 29 to
However, it is pointed out by Aviation Electrician's Mate School at NATTCenter with John the beginning of working hours and "workloads, and will not
, Lcdr. Charles L. Garrettson, Industrial Barnwell AE1, instructor at the school. Leading chief at AE Jan. 12, 1953. (Please 'lurn to Page 2, Col. 3)
School, Smith has been Instrumental In the drive which has soared
Relations officer, that
" donations to 101 per cent over the school's quota. Heads of departments are authorized
r maximum attrition will be used in to grant leave requestsfor I To Announce

affecting the cut, although it is Sparkplugged By Chief personnel up to 35 per cent of !
l" not anticipated that this method their personnel at one time. They I

.. will entirely alleviate the necessity may also recommend approval of :
of laying off some employees. individual leave requests' up to I Essay WinnerNovember
:'" AE School Exceeds Blood
' ;, Result of Survey and including 30 days. However,

Recommendation for the wage such personnel must be includedin

increase was made following a periodic the 35 per cent authorized. 26

.; survey conducted in they Donor Quota Over 100% Leave Papers By Dec. 8 .
Jacksonville area by the Industrial Holiday leave for officers will
entered in the Mor-
i Relations department in con be requested and granted in the Essays
als Value l Contest which
junction with the Bureau of Labor routine leave. ,
same manner as
I The Aviation Electrician's Mate School of the Naval Air Technical
Statistics in Washington, D. C. : Training; Center has met and exceeded its quota of blood donors by I Leave papers must be preparedand closed reviewed last Saturday, are now
'., and the local Area Wage and i 101 per cent. delivered to the Station Per being by judges.
Classification Office of NAS Jax. sonnel officer by 0900 Dec. 8 for A substantial number of entries
Since September 24, the AE
received from the various
If approved, the increase will be the first period, and by 0900 Dec. were
School's blood quota has been a commands, and it is anticipatedthat
retroactive to the first pay period Air News To 22 for the second period. All
., after Oct. 16.WEATHER. total of 344 pints. It has exceededits leave granted will be charged all screening will be completed
II quota by 101'per cent with an Be Day Early against accrued leave. Accrued by the end of'this week.

OUTLOOK overall donation of 735 pints since Next WeekThe leave, plus the amount which may To Publish Essays

:;:, that time a tremendous accom- accrued prior to June 30, 1953 or Contest winners will be an-
;': Friday-Cool, temperature in Jax Air News will makeits normal date of separation, which nounced in the Nov. 26 issue of
t low 70's. plishment. ever occurs first, is all that News .
appearance a day early next anyone the Jax Air and the win-
t,: Saturday Slightly warmer, Smith Leads Drive week, due to the Thanksgiving will be granted.To ning essay will appear on the editorial f.

.. temperature in high 70's. Sparkplug behind this blood holiday Thursday. Keep SecurityAll page. Other winning essays '

Sunday-Slightly warmer, Increased drive at the school, has been one Moving the distribution date personnel not in a leave sta- will be published in subsequent
cloudiness, temperaturein tus will muster at their duty stations issues.
James Smith AEC, leading Chief. up to Wednesday means that
70's. Chief Smith personally lecturesthe unit Public Information offi- at beginning of regular Many Prizes ,

cers and other contributorsmust working hours Monday through Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, senior
class as a group, gives classmen Friday with exception of Dec. 25 i
have their in the
copy station chaplain and Contest ,
full information on why bloodis and Jan. 1.Consistent.
Jax Air News offices by at Committee head, reports that .
so urgently needed and then least 1200 Monday. Effort with maintaining
some of the prizes have been pur-
solicits every man in the group. should be made to have all pic- proper security and carrying on chased, and others have been or
all normal routine station
- Results to date have been most tures in by 1600 Friday, or necessary dered. It is expected that all will
functions and services, headsof
outstanding. 0800 Monday at the very lat be received in time for the awards -
departments may grant liberty -
N the latter of the
presentation part
3 "Classes have donated 100 per- est.The commencing at 1300 daily on
editor requests cooper month.
cent in most instances" Chief working days, during the period
ation from all hands in meet
The panel of judges Is made
Smith commented. "It is seldom Dec. 22 through Jan. 2. up
ing these new special deadlines I of officers and enlisted men rep-
that a class doesn't volunteer 100 for next week's issue. Heads of departments are directed resenting all commands concern-
per cent. There are a few exceptions to keep one duty section

I where some men can't --- .

fl ,. '."' !Z1 volunteer due to physical dis- !p. ed.400th
JI':;" ';, VI I ability". CONGRATSA Carrier

' Response Cited congratulatory

1tti"" In praising the drive at AE handshake is off Landing For

I School, Lcdr. Robert M. Barnes, e r r e d Lcdr.

officer-in-charge of blood donors George Benoitof VF-62 Pilot
I' at the Center, declared "I am well VF-63 by Lt. a

pleased with the splendid showing Phil O'Keefe, Lcdr. George Benoit of VF-62,

made by the AE School as a whole. landing signal who has compiled thousands of
Airman Preparatory School and officer of Car- < flight hours with never so muchas

the Aviation Ordinance School Her Air Group f a blown tire, continued in the

have met their quotas each time, Four on the for- | same vein by recently completinghis

and in some instances have exceeded mer's 400th accident y. 400th accident-free carrier

it, but the AE response has -free land- } landing aboard the USS Coral Sea
-- been so outstanding that I believeIt ing aboard the | Nearly half of his 400 landing:

I AWARDED 1\IEDAL-Comdr. deserves some special men- USS Coral Sea W have been made in the F2H2 Ban
Richard S. Stuart (deft), exec- tion." in the Mediter she Jet. Many of these were
utive officer at NATTCenter,
ranean. VF 62
presents Capt.Warren 'E. Klein, "I attribute much of the successof returned recently -I night landings.
Medical officer, with the Air the AE drive to the excellent after a Med VF-62 has recently returned to
!Medal. Captain Klein was work of Chief Smith in motivatingboth cruise with the NAS Jacksonville after a tour oC

F'k. awarded acts the while medal in for Korea.meritorious Ship's Company and Student I Sixth Fleet. duty with the Sixth Fleet In th.*

I' (See Story Page 5> personnel" he added. Medi terrlU1MA.


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'Leave Periods Set Report From Washington


J1l ximllis.r Continued from Page 1)
be in excess of that authorizedby Presidential Election Draws i

law. Christmas Day, Dec. 25,
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air and New Year's Day Jan. 1, are '

Station Jacksonville, Fla. legal holidays and civilian em- Vote Of 30% From Korea

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree.NAS, Jacksonville Commanding Officer ployees will have those days off.

Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive Officer This will be the general policy
Lt. Dave Barksdale_-Public Information Officer with a few deviations In some de- (By Armed Forces PreM'Service]) .
At this time it that sonnel to combat for a secon ,
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear partments. Overhaul and Repair appears '
Adm. Osborne B. HarHicnn Commander will go into a partial shutdown approximately 78,000 men-or 30 tour of duty.
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_Chief of Staff status from the end of working percent of the soldiers In Korea- 1

Fleet Air Wing Eleven hours Dec. 24 until the beginning voted In the recent presidential Approximately 80 percent of
Capt. Arthur S. Born_Commander the Air Force's commissionedofficers
of working hours Jan. 5, 1953. All election. Voting cards were hand-
Comdr. T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer
Joseph
in the future will
come
military and civilian personnelwith ed out to all soldiers fighting on.
Naval Air Technical Center i
Training
from ROTC ranks. Current AF
Capt. Edwin R. _Commanding Officer leave time on the books the peninsula and about 40 per- ; I
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Comdr. Richard. Stuart-Executive Officer will be given this time off at re- cent used them to ask for absentee ROTC enrollment Is 145,000, with '

Naval Hospital quest with the exception of a ballots. It Is impossible to deter- 148,000 in Army ROTC and 16,000

gapt Dwight J. Wharton-Commanding Officer maintenance crew which of neces- mine exactly how many soldiers in Navy ROTC. Special attentionwill
T. F. Weinert_Executive Officer sity must be aboard. received ballots, then mailed them be given to the developmentof

NARTU Departments Rule out again. Officers put the figure pilots, navigators,. ,.obser-, .
Easton B. Noble_Commanding Officer 'w
Capt.
verso + '
Military personnel attached to at approximately'30 percenta ;9
Comdr. Anthony Trusso-Executive OfficerThe .- .$ ,
I Public Works will conform to the substantial figure consideringthe .A '''V'1-! S*> "'*&v '
An additional ban*bas ft;been <<
JAX AIR NEWS If published weekly at the U. S. Naval AIr Station. NAS holiday leave periods, ,while papers that had to be filled I ,
Jacksonville Florida I and printed commercially I with non-appropriated funds Individual requests of civilianswill out, the distance separating the placed on all non-official"us 'r.o!!j \ :
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVKXOS P-35. Rev. 'in" '"'
vehicles tafiif:.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of the Naval Air Station. the be considered on the basis of soldier from his local election government-owned :", f
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Air StAtlon Cecil Field and the U. S. metropolitan Washington ats'a\ :i
Naval Hospital. work load and amount of leave board, and the hazards of transit.
5S special Defense Department directive .".:jo:,
requested.The
Editor-Andrew H. Planey
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, JO3; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Wil- Naval Hospital has"-established The Navy will select WAVE of- sets forth just what sottA
liams, SA; Helen Harper. two leave periods. The ficers for promotion to rank of of business the vehicles can be.

The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. first period starts at close of commander for the first time used for. Emphasis will be placedon
AFPS material appearing In this' publication may not : withoutthe using vehicles on an "on call"I
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service.I Republication of other working hours Dec. 23 until be- since 1949. Eligible for promotionare
matter except by; service publications U prohibited without permission of ginning of working hours Dec.29. eight WAVE lieutenant com- basis rather than on specific assignments I
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. '
The manders who will have had fouror to individuals.. '
second
Is from
period closeof
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension .
8184 and 218.Costs. working hours Dec. 30,until be- more years service In grade
ginning of working hours Jan. 5, July 1, 1953. A special winter class for

Nothing, Pays Dividends 1953. Staff personnel will be women officers will get under way

granted leave on a request basis. /The Marine Corp is reaching at Marine Corps Schools Quan

Courtesy Consideration Of Others Is Patients' leave will be on an I into its enlisted ranks for officer I taco, Va., Jan. 12, 1953. This will

individual request basis depend- material, admittedly to capitalizeon mark the first winter class held

ing on medical care needed. combat experience. A new pro- for women since 1945. r

Your Privilege, Not A RegulationCapt. Leave policy for the Fleet ac- gram, to select up to 500 temporary .

tivities and for the Naval Air second lieutenants, has been Plans are being made to trans-

Easton B. NobleIt Technical Training Center will be offered to sergeants and above, fer the Air Force overseas replacement j

announced at a later date. between 20 and 30 years old, who center from Camp
has often been said in the Navy that those of us who
are high school graduates and Stoneman, Calif to Parks AFB
have consideration for others have gained the respect and Blind man: 'Ain't you got two have demonstrated officer quali- Calif., next year. Parks AFB Is*

confidence of both seniors and juniors alike. NOtruer, words singles, buddy These twodollar ties. Deadline for applications is part of the 3,200 acre tract com-

were ever spoken, and I add that it is also true regardless of bills are hard luck." Jan. 12, 1953. Marines given temporary posing the Shoemaker Naval Reservation -

Sgt.: 'How do you know it's a commissions will be ordered Pleasanton, Calif. A request -
whether one is in the service or not. There is no easier way
two-dollar bill, if you're blind?" to a five-month special basic for transfer,of the reserva-
of the thing than by being considerate of those
doing right
Blind man; 'Oh I ain't blind. course for officers at Quantico, tion to the Air Force has been
:with whom we come in contact. The reverse Is also true. My partner is. It's his day off and Va. The new program, the Marine submitted to the Senate and

It is difficult to do wrong when you are considerate of others. he went to the movies. Me, I'm a I Corps stated, was not designed House Armed Services Committeefor

deaf-mute." as a means of returning per- approval. The reservation will
What do we do and how' do we act in order to carry out
be used
If approval is granted,
the above? It's-a simple formula and there are so many for the overseas replacement activity -

ways both large and small, that can make you considerate of No Scratch, No Itch For New Type and as a firing range for

others, both in what you say and what you do. It is not an I the Air Base Defense School

attribute that has to be born within you, it is easily acquired. Itch-Proof Winter LongiesNo which will be established at Parks
AFB early next year..
*. .. .. longer need a sailor itch I *
and scratch when his
: wearing a'ap
Courtesy is inexpensive. I am not speaking of militarycourtesy long winter underwear. The Thirty-four enlisted men, war-

alone. One that is thoughtful of others at all times Navy has developed winter rant officers, and commissioned
officers rave been named for ap-
find observance of will be met. longies that are itchproof.To .
will that the military courtesy pointment to the rank of ensign,
those stationed in such
I have mentioned consideration both large and small. warm sunny climes as Jackson- Medical Service Corps, regular
Navy. This date of rank will boas
I truly believe that once a person has found himself courteous vile this will have little effect.
of Oct. 13 1952. The
appointees
and considerate of others in the small ways, the rest will According to local sources win- have been notified by individual

take care of itself. For example: To step aside and let ter underwear has never beenan letter.

someone through in a crowd, give the right of way to the item of issue here exceptfor ate, .

other fellow while driving, thanking a person when they in special requests. But there $ USCG Academy Exams
have been
times
probably when
turn have been considerate, a friendly greeting, a helping -
hand. These are just a few. local them. personnel wish they had Set For February

.
New York (AFPS)-The' Coast

It is more than the Golden Rule. However, if you are wear HOWEVER will be ,a the boon new to under-those t v AFPS Guard has announced that Its an-

courteous and considerate of others, large dividends will be that have occasion to wear nual competitive examination for

received from your non-monetary investment. Treat the them. A cotton product, the Itchless Underwear admission to the U.S. Coast Guard

other fellow as he would like to be treated, and you will new longies are considered to Several of research Academy, New London, Conn., wil

find he in turn will react favorably. So be courteous, be be much warmer and more the Navy and years Civilian industry by be held throughout the U. S., Feb.
considerate and the Golden Rule will follow .
automatically.It comfortable than the old type. went into the 24-25.:
is said that "to satisfy is to be satisfied" and noth- development of
The particular structure of the the wool substitute. The examination will consistof
is than to have those with whom
ing satisfying
more we
cloth dead
air mathematics science
provides spaces General issue of the new English -
in contact show their appreciation for what do. And:
come we that help to Insulate the suit. product will not be completed and a background asd,k
the price is small in effort. Let the other fellow know you near -
in the future adaptability quiz.
are thinking of him appreciate his problems and help where and old : /
,
SINCE it is expected that the stocks will be expended 4 5 5-
can. Those are the little things can do and they as long \\t\
you you new product will wear twice as they exist.Exchange. ;
are easy to accomplish, both by words and by deeds. as long as the old type a con- DIVINE 1tl1f/

siderable saving is expected. rt : ;,


When you have reached: the stage of small considera- First Marine Division Open SERVIC : ,;

tions you will find that the rest takes care of itself. Larger Commander Comes Home Evenings Now ..
problems in what to do for others will resolve themselvesin Protestant
the right path.I MaJ. Gen. John T. Selden, US- Beginning Monday, Dec. 1, 0830-AU Saints Chapel.

MC, recent Commanding Generalof the Mainslde Navy Exchange, 0915-Naval Hospital -Chapel

mentioned military courtesy as being a part of con- the 1st Marine Div. In Korea, Hospital Exchange and NATTC 0930Sunday School
sideration for others. Many times the wrong impression is Exchange will remain open 1045-AU Saints ChapeL
has returned to the U. S. for as-
held that military courtesy is only intended for part of our evenings until 2100, Mondays CathoUc080009001000Mass
signment to the staff of the Com
personnel. As we say, it's an "all hands" job and the responsibility through Fridays. Stores will St. Ed
mander in Chief of U. S. ForcesIn r
starts at the top and not at the bottom. Europe. He was awarded the continue to close at 1200 on ward's Chapel \
Saturdays.This 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL
, Courtesy and consideration for others, military or otherwise Army Distinguished Service Medal policy has been Mormon\
is privilege not regulation to be enforced. You adoptedto
a a
1930
offer a greater service -Tuesday-NATTC Chap.lain's
to all .
twill gain an increase in the friendships you make, the re-
If a man gives in when he's Navy Exchange patrons, and office.
ipect of others, the satisfaction you have in helping others,
he's will remain In Christian Science:
wrong a wise man. If he effect until
and above all make your daily living happier for yourself, gives In when he's right he's a Christmas. 1900 Tuesday-NATTC Chap

and others. married man. lain's office.

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I : High Men Get Preferred


..k.k"R Graduating Class At AE DUtyn: I



:MAINSIDE ,. Compiles High Average

Than, Nov. 20 -
. When Class 7-A of the Aviation
Thunder in The milled to the officials at the Cen-

I East _---.,-,-..._.._.. Alan Ladd Fi'! Electrician's: Mate School at the ter.

' FrL, Nov. 21 Naval Air Technical Training Can Get Choice Duty

Flat Top .._.._ Sterling Hayden !i aw_ ; Center was graduated last Friday, On graduation day, the break- '
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Sat Nov. 22 down is posted and the men get
: ;t ,. it finished with a better-than-
r: :Man With A ,. their preference for duty In orderof
the 19-
average class standing for
Cloak ........ Barbara Stanwyck Q& their respective class standing.PFC. .
C Sun., Nov. 23 week course. Leo J. Benoit and CharlesW.
While students know
Invasion USA ......._..m.._...__.. never Mueller, ANt, the two top men
Mon, Nov. 21 where they will go until gradua- in Class 7-A were fortunate in

The Enforcer ...Humphrey Bogart tion day, high men in each class getting, their choice of duty.

Tues., Nov. 25 get preferred duty. This policy All Class 7-A students have received
.. tremendous Incentivefor
I Ten Tall Men -Burt'Lancaster 3'' K doy has been a their orders, and will have
individual students to try for
*W Wed., Nov. 26 ten days delay in route, plus

My Pal Gus ..Richard WIdmark 1 good marks, since the result of travel, and proceed time to their
li! NATTCenter their 19 weeks in AE School will destinations.

determine where they will be assigned .
w' Thurs., Nov. 20 j
for the next two or three
Bloodhounds of Radioactive Soap SoughtFor

Broadway .__.... Mitzi CaynorFri. years., -
Break Down Orders Use Aboard ShipsNew
Nov. 21
,
It works like this: The Bureau
I Thunder In The York (AFPS-The) U.S.
orders to Com-
of Personnel sends
4: East ..._....-..__.......... Alan Ladd Navy is trying to make washday
, Sat, Nov. 22 Pac and ComAlrLant for the stu- easier and cheaper for the fleet, i
dents. Both, commands break the
Flat Top .._..... Sterling Hayden stations and also save the American house-
,
orders down to ships or
Suit Nov. 25 wife money on soapsuds.The .
, : 5 and the breakdown is then sub-
t Man With A American Chemical Society

i- Cloak ...-... Barbara Stanwyck reports that Navy scientists are
, 'Ir Mon., Nov. 24 ,4 FPS ,Sixty GainPromotions planning to soil clothes with "ra-

Invasion USA _............._..__..-...... dioactive dirst" in efforts to find
ADDED PROTECTION S., Marines model the various
I ; Tut*., Nov. 25 more efficient cleansing agents for
stages of development in the creation of a groin-protector additionto
The Enforcer ,.Humphrey Bogart& the nylon bullet-proof vests being used by UN troops in Korea. use aboard ship.

Wed., Nov. 26 Cpl. Joe Sanchez '(left), wears'the square, four-plated protector. To Grade E-3 Already the Navy's laundry researchers -
Ten Tall Cpl. Robert Welch (center), wears the straight two-plate type, have been employing
and L. L. Norris the final design which evolved from
Cpl. wears
Men ....._._...-. Burt Lancaster the other two.BLOOD. Effective Nov. 16, 60 persons experimental detergents contain-

HOSPITAL will be advanced to pay grade E-3 ing radioactive materials.

a Thunu, Nov. 20 Half-Gallon Club it has been announced by the Per- 1 .

I The Four Poster._.Rex Harrison BANK sonnel officer.Successfully.

\ r, FrL, Nov. 21 passing the exam Decline Shown In

I Bloodhounds of BOX SCORE Membership Near for seaman were ten Waves and Traffic ViolationsAn

I Broadway -- >Iitzi Gaynor No. Quota PerSelti 17 white hats, while 3 Waves and
, Sat, Nov. 22 appreciable decline in the
Met cent 100-Donor Mark 25: white hats became Airmen.
I number of persons appearing in
Thunder In The One construction man, two den-
Medical ...__ 1 3 300.0 traffic court has been recordedthe
.._ .. ._ Alan LaddSOIL
East also
Ii, 'Membership in the Half-Gallon talmen and two firemen were
FAW 11 ..._ 8 19 237.5 last "few weeks.
Nov. 23
d' Club neared the 100 mark last advanced.
NATTCenter 193 279 144.3 For the Nov. 13 the
Flat Top _... Sterling Hayden session
-
Comm. ........ 4.. 5 125,0 week as seven names were addedto last available report, total cases
Moo., Nov. 24 Those who will be advanced to
:a i' Oper. ._........ 10 11 110.0 the list of four-pint blood do- appearing was 20, a drop of
Man With A Seaman are Williard E. Bradford,
Cloak ............ Barbara Stanwyck NARTU _..... 7 1 100,0 nors.Military James Dempsey, Milton Emmel, about 100 over a three-month
., Dental ..._... 1 1 100.0 and civilian personneland period.
Too, Nov. 25 Pete Joan
Ferrick ,
Roy Gregory
Spec Serv. .. 4: 4: 100,0 ( dependents) who have givenat Five cases were disposed of
Invasion USA ____.......__ Hancock, Charles Hanna, James
R Supply........ 18 16 100.0 least four pints of blood to the by warnings or dismissals
Wed., Nov. 28 William Inkster Wilda
: Howell, ,
. Marines 10 10 100.0 Station's Armed Forces Blood while the remainder received
i The Enforcer_.Humphrey Bogart Kincaid, Duane Lange, Evelyn Mo-
Cecil Field 12 10 83.3 Center are eligible for member- vehicle restrictions of up to
Murrah Carmen Padro,
ran, Betty ,
Res. Fleet ;,.. M 51 78.4 one month. Two cases were
Ladies Sodality Gives Admin. ........ 3 2 66.6 ship.The new members include: Daniel Pastor, Barbara Phillips, referred to Individual com-
Eugene Pozega, Patricia Quinn,
Public Works 20 12 60.0 Luke R.,Wells, AOCA VC-62. manding officers for action.
Austin Rollison Ronald School
.. Monthly Report ffiD _..._... 2 1 00.0 Pfc. Harry R. Kaiser, NATT- ,
Silcox Peter Tabakovitch,
"' Ladies' of St. Ed. o & R ......._... 97 48 49.3 Center. Mary ,
The Sodality Glenn Teager, Robert Teno, Jean- Civil Service Postions
ward's Chapel held its monthly ComFairJax: 8t 37 44.0 Philip Miller, AE2, NATTCen- nette Veautour, Robert Wachal,

meeting November 13. Gm. ev. Spgs. 25 1 28.0 ter.John and Margaret Wiles. Open Overseas In T. H.
Newly elected officers will have Fla. Mil. Din 5 1 20.0 T. St. Hillaire, AECA, ; *

\;' their invitation dinner at Charles Hospital .._... 21 0 0.0 NATTCenter. I The Airmen will be Harry The positions of Supervisory Ord.

Restaurant, Orange Park on Nov. AIM _...._.. 4: 0 0.0 Thomas J. Glennon, J02, Com- Bakewell new, Ronald Bigger, Grayden nance Engineer and Ammunition

20 at 1830. Starting November Engineers 8 0 0.0 FairJax. Carter, James Clark, Liane Cott- Inspector are available at the U

20 religious Christmas cards will Patrick W. Struve, AM3, VP- rill, John Evans, Paul Fandel, S. Naval Ammunition Depot,

be on sale during the Mission and Members are requested to bring 741. Katherine Fuel, Dominick Flar- Oahu, Hawaii

t', on Sundays.All canned goods for the Christmas Lawrence Lamphere, AA, NAT-I ey, Robert Ford, Jarlan Friedrich- Supervisory Ordnance Engineeris

Catholic women are invitedto baskets to the next meeting, December TCenter. sen, Ray Diehl, Nelson Girardin, at GS-13 level, $8,360.00 per, '

attend the Sodality meetings.No 18. William Goss, John Lee, TheodoreLee plus 20% cost of living allowance.

Half-Price for ServicemenAt Thomas Leichenauer, Thomas Position of Ammunition In-

Five-Day Program Kenneth Mc- spector is at GS-9 level, $5,060.00per
Jax :Minstrel ShowThe Leopold, Lyle Locey,
Intyre, Robert Meyer, Marie plus a 20% cost of living al-

Variety Of Subjects Keeps Members annual charity minstrel Moore, Andrew Nagle, Dallas lowance.
show sponsored by the Jackson- Peasley, Andrew Smith, James Persons accepting these positions -

ville Junior Catholic Associationwill Thompson, Frank Wagner and will be required to sign 21.
Local Well Informed
Of
Squadron be held tomorrow night, William Zampino.The month employment agreement

The show, to start at 2000 will Constructionman will be with a normal work week of forty

longer are new personnel of subjects during the program which be held at the Catholic USO, Lynn West. Going to Dentalman ((40)) hours. Family housing is ,
Fasron Six bewildered as to squad-
ron and station instructions since Involves approximately 25 hours of corner of Church and Newnan will be Francis O'Hara and Francis available and dependents may accompany -

the inception of the squadron's Instructions. Streets.A Saupp. Firemen advanced were the employee.
special price of 50 cents has and Staton. Persons qualified should sub-
Roland
,f new five-day program known as Highlighting the program are Pyle Billy
been made for service personnel. mit a Standard Form 57 to the
t the Security Indoctrination Train- five main topics with each broken
i Ing Unit. down into four or more sub-topics. Tickets will be available at the "I don't know who I am. I was Navy Overseas Employment Of-
; door. Proceeds of the show will left on a door step." fice (Pacific), 45 Hyde Street
"\' Inaugurated In early September go to the Catholic USO charity "Maybe you're a bottle of (Civic Center), San Francisco 2,
1 by. Lcdr. Robert S. Hardwick, exe- Included among the more prom- fund. milk." California.not .
,v'? ,cutlve: officer of Fasron Six and inent subjects are: Mission of a

(. under the supervision of the Edu- Fasron; Fasron Six Instructions;

.... cation and Training office, the Watch Standing and Security In- Four Months Probation Period

unique program has already seen formation; Military Courtesy; I

become approximately'thoroughly 200 enlisted acquaintedwith men Rank Hurricane and and Name Storm of Department Conditions; 'Boots' To Be Placed Ashore On Probation


both phases of Instruction. Heads; Uniform Code of Military Washington (AFPS) Re- will be placed on a four-month get complete indoctrination -

Justice; Information on Advance- cruits fresh out of boot camp proabtion period. At the end in the ways of the Serv-

Although designed for Incoming ment in Rate, and Naval Air Sta- who are assslgned to a shore of that time it will be decided ice which are available.aboard

\ personnel, classes often Include tion Instructions.This billet will now'be "considered"for whether or not they will con- ship.Those

"old-timers" to compensate for the Is one of the many training sea duty after four months, tinue in shore billets or be recommended SA-SNs and FA-FNa

lack of new students.. It is anticipated programs set up by Fasron Six in the Navy announces. for sea duty. who are recommended for sea

that all squadron personnelwill effort to stay on top of the Com The new plan will be Imple- The plan is based upon the duty at the end of the four-

have completed the course AirLant' Educational Program. mented by the commandants of theory that, in certain cases, month period will be placed on

within the near future. Fasron Six hopes to capture its naval districts and the Chief of men fresh out of boot camp a list to be submitted to the

Commencing each Monday, 11 fifth straight victory with Octo- Naval Air Training. The ,men assigned to shore stations do Bureau of PersonneL

instructors cover a multitude of ber's report.



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Airman (P) School r Winterization At VJ-2


Graduate HonorsGo I Build 'Oven' To Install Boots On Props I New Eye ScoresTouchdowns TRODI ..i ,...


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To McAuleyCharles Weather Squadron Two (VJ-2)) ,

was still sending its six P4Y2's
M. McAuley SA, repre-
into Hurricane "Fox" during the V N a v y aircraft carriers are A
sented the Navy this week as the -
graduating: honor man of the Air- last of October when. was l learned now using': an electrical-optical.. ."

man Preparatory School. that one of the aircraft was to device to record .touchdown..J' i

These touchdowns, though, are : .,
leave for a two-week tour to Min- '
Out of a class of 371 students, .
neapolis in connection with a made by experimental planes. Das i
McAuley emerged tops with an '
they touch down on carrier .i i
weather research project.
average of 92.65 for the eight- '
decks. t
week course. The class comprised Winterization of the P4Y.2 requires .
t Previously) the rate of descent .
Navy and Marine personnel. installation of rubber' feed .
for an experimental plane : /
Entering the Navy Reserve in shoes to prop blade leading edges t

They are necessary for the proper had been recorded by cameras: ., :.1ft
1951 McAuley ,
January one year '
data ( :\
;
function of the fluid prop anti- and the photographed was
later was called to active duty.
'
V not available for several bays.The ': .II' .
He had boot training at Bain- icing system. S : .
instrument, Touchdown t !
bridge Md. and was sent to Jack-
sonville to Preparatory School. Roots must be baked on the Rate of Descent Indicator, ,
.nicknamed TRODI ,is capa- 1;
props for a period of 24 hours ata '
service he -
Before entering the
temperature of 120 degrees Fah- ble of .recording landing; results -
attended Memphis State College ,-
renheit. Jax O & R departmentcould and having the data.
and Bruceton High School, Bruce-
handle the Job but requiredat ready for the pilot as soon'ashe

ton Tenn. ...,,.. from the .
least five days for each air- li > He declares that AN (P) School
craft. NEW BOOTS FOR PROPS-A maintenance crew from VJ-2 new Navy planes must be

gave him a good knowledge of the The had to be done in about complete the winterizatlon props for P4Y-2's by installing tested for rate of descent be-
Navy's Aviation rates and he Job rubber feed shoes to prop blade leading edges. Left to right are, in
fore they are placed regular
thinks the school prepared him two days per aircraft. The VJ-2 James Yallech AN; James Crissey, ADC; Donald Morris AN; f)

well for future training that he is maintenance department went to Robert Kreucher, ADAN; Jack Sherrll, ADC, and Clifford Carl- operation. T ROD I measuresthe

work on it. Clifford R. "Swede" son, ADC. rate of descent that air-

to receive. Carlsen, ADC, and Jack Sherill, the knowhow. Floyd A. Smith provide positive temperature controL craft structures can withstand

ADC, engineering chief provided I ABC, and .his First Lt. gang con- and helps evaluate landing';
i
,
Food
Permanent characteristics of planes con-
structed an "oven" of plywood. Under the able direction of ..
trolled by automatic or manual I "si!
Burton E. ADC of VJ-2
Mapes, ,
Speed NamesOf systems. It also aids in determining i t
Health Program Triangular in shape 12 feet on Materiel many apparently insur- .r
landing conditions suitable i
a side and 4 feet high, the oven mountalbe procurement problems
PersonnelIn for various aircraft.-(AP- t r
Established HereA will cover four props stacked on failed to slow down the project.
JI
PS). r
the deck. Two Herman Nelson Only five days elapsed from the

permanent year-round health AccidentsWashington heaters are used to maintain a time the project started until the I. 11":

and sanitation program in the i temperature of 150 degrees Fahrenheit first aircraft had a new set of f' ?\:

handling of food at Navy facilitiesin (AFPS) A new : in the box. Adjustablevents prop boots and was completely l .'r

Jacksonville received its Initial Defense Department dire c t i ve :1 and a built-in thermometer I winterized for the new operation. /,

outlines a more liberal policy re- .
start this week with the organi- \

zation of a school for instructors. garding the release of the names ,,

of servicemen involved in acci- Many Will Be AdvancedTo fr r
About 40 key men from Indus- I"
dents within the U. S. > ia i .r;
trial Relations, Medical and Sup- !
Formerly no names of dead or
ply departments met in the Ground injured could be released until i .J,
Training Building for a two-day PO And CPO
course in supervision and manage- the next of kin had been notifiedor Shortly '; ,,,:.
until four hours after a tele- '
ment of Navy food service establishments > "
had been dispatched. The Approximately 1,700 first k lt
gram
at the Naval Air Sta- I E-6 exam have been or will have I .
new policy is as follows; class petty officers will receive "
tion, NAS Cecil Field, Naval Air been Decem- '
promoted by early
the "hat" late this i 1 ; ,
Technical all
Training Center ber.
In rates of accidents within a month according to a recent .
.
Fleet Air Units, and the U. S. f .11
military installation the names Bureau of Naval Personnel \
Naval Hospital. About 99 per cent of all who ,'
may be withheld until such timeas announcement. I
Train Other Personnel passed the exam for second and '''':
the next of kin can reasonablybe Advancement will be made from "
Guided by Chief Warrant Offi- about 93 per cent of those pass- I.l,
expected" to receive official among the 2,858 POls who passedthe ;
cer James Marcello, station sani- ing the exam for third have beenor !
notification. However, the direct- exam last January but were STEADY BUSINESSOne
tation officer, and E. Russell will have been advanced. by the to keep business steady in ..\.'
ive goes on to point out that every not rated for various reasons. way
Jackson, of the D u val County same time. the Fasron Six coffee mess so : .
effort should be made to release
Also to be rated will be almostall '
Health department, they were giv- In the case of the POls who decided Chief Henry Osman, is ,
the names simultaneously or as who passed the July exams forE to keep "free" days a secret. i '
intensive instruction in state the Exam but
en passed January are
soon as possible after the releaseof -(, E-5, and E-6. Figured on a Weatherly Fisher TN, puts out 'I
approved methods and effective the accident news itself. basis about 96 not advanced prior to January 1, his sign the day after coffee .-"

means of training lower level per- percentage per- 1953 it will be necessary to take was free and all coffee chits :
cent of all who the .>
passed July
sonnel engaged in this work. In caseof accidents outsidea the February exam to jequallfy. are destroyed. 1

The same holds true of the s .
Once A lear military installation where the remote places without involvingany carry-

Previously the station had con- accident is definitely within the civilians would, however, still overs from the. July. .exam. CPO Notes ; .,:

ducted semi-annual courses for civilian domain the names shouldbe be subject to the next of kin noti- -..'
Prospects for advancement dur- The Annual Charity Drive is :
several hundred food handlers but released immediately upon fication rule before release. .
the calendar of 1953 well under with several activities -
ing are
the year way ; ,
now will be
program year identification. The names of per- The directive is 5410.1 dated :
I bright for all already topping the 100#
exceptionally can-
round unaffected in : I
by changes sonnel in aircraft which crash in Oct. 22, 1952. :
personnel. It is expected that re- I didates with the number to be ad- mark in donations. :Members : .*.,

peat courses for instructors will vanced exceeding the 94,000 this should get donations to activity t

.u representatives as soon as pos- "
be year. .
necessary only once every year.

The course, sponsored by the t ; ?' Of the 18,000 vacancies in grade sible.When 4

Florida State Board of Health, and ? E-6 for the current year only 50 you hear a Chief talking I

the Duval County Health department per cent were filled. Therefore it 'turkey" he'. probably one of the

concerned departments of ":'>- is anticipated that the number of winners of the huge turkeys the

the Navy commands. It vacancies left from this year will Club gives away each Saturday
..
t "l.. i.(" ', be coupled with a larger group to night. .

For The RecordMost be filled for next.
Reservations taken -
are being by
Although most rates are "op-

everyone knows that Bob : .: ., en", and will continue so for the Club officials for the Thanksgiving -

Burns is from Van Buren Ark., l c next year, it is expected that the dinner. Each dinner completewith _.

and Jack Benny is from Waukegan :,: 1 1s. needs of the service will be met all the trimmings is onlyU25

Ill., but can you pair off the ,;. i: by 1954 after which time quotas $ per person. Make reserva- .
tions 4
following entertainment world it.f. '. in rates will be considerably early. : ,'

figures with their proper birthplaces smaller and advancements curtailed The November General Assembly l"

? meeting will be held at 1600on \; '
'" '
Questions +' t Monday November 24, in the f !

1. Charles Coburn Commands club dining r oms. Important {..'
Capt. Diffley
2. Larry Adler plans for the coming holiday ,periods t. ;

3. Leopold Stowkowski ,I. # <9- NATTCenter MemphisCapt. will be discussed. .. 1 i" ;
;: .
4. Olivia DeHaviland : .. John R. Diffley is the ')}

8. Melvyn Douglas ? New commanding officer of Na- The Charity Drive has been J'

completely organized and many t
val Air Technical Training Cen-
a. Tokyo, Japanb. details concerning the Children's
ter at Memphis, Tenn. He relieved !':
Christmas
will be
Savannah, Ga. Party explained.

c. Baltimore, Md. Comdr. E. W Bridewell, There will be an election of Boardof .

d. London England .: who has been acting CO since Governors Members. _

e. Macon, Capt. Edwin R. Peck was de- There will be a Turkey Shootat
Ga.Answers
tached to assume command of the Royal Palma on Saturday,

W 'S is( ) '*: ib( ) 'S !ia:>>) 'Z :iq) T NATTCenter Jacksonville. Nov. 22 from 1000 until sun
. down. Benefits go to CPO Charity -

"She looks like she was poured HOLLYWOOD'S BEST SHINS-Nancy Olson as far as the I As they passed each other one Drive. :i ..:
West Coast Illustrator League is concerned has the most perfect .
Into that dress. mind reader said to the other: Everyone is invited. Guns an4
shins In Hollywood. The group reached its decision after comparing 4 rw:
"Yes and forgot to say *when'I"! 83 pairs of feminine legs and chose Nancy's as tops "You're fine. How am I?" ammunition furnished. :

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Fasron Six Reports Designation Changes Made


:
,1
., ScoutingSquadrons

For 29 Aircraft CarriersDesignation i



Fasron Six's Banshees defeated of 29 aircraft
Yorktown (CVA 10)). {
carriers from CVB and CV to
Supply 49-21 and Fasron 109, 39-
CVA (aircraft carrier attack) Intrepid (CVA 11)). F j
J8 in the,NAS touch football play ,
has been announced by the Hornet (CVA 12)). ,4
offs.Chuck Franklin' (CVA 13)). c i
Navy.
.' Hontz paced the "Ban
4 .
Ticonderoga (CVA 14)).
shees" against Supply with four Hull numbers themselves will ,\
touchdowns while Ron .Rosen not be changed.Carriers Randolph (CVA 15))> j

\ Lexington (CVA 16)).
picked two and Bill Bailey
up ; currently listed as CVB Bunker Hill (CVA 17)).
.
,
'
;> scored one. Rosen also contributed
Wasp (CVA 18)). ,
"Fingers"' and CV will ,come 'under the new
extra points with
three
. r'. designation, while symbol desig Hancock .(CVA 19)).

'.';':'f,, "Crowder"Bailey, "Goose.Hodnett Hartman each scoring, and nation for small ,carriers (CVL) Bennington (CVA 20)). ".. -.j f

,.. ,', .t{ .. moo .......m.m... .. _. and escort carriers '(CVE) will Boxer (CVA 21)). ''"

one.Thursday's encounter against READY FOR EXAMS-Bill Fielder,,YN1, (right, quizzes Ar- remain unchanged. Bon Homme Richard (CVA 31)). .,

; nold Hoppenworth PN1, on the Intricacies of the Personnelman CVB stood for "aircraft carrier,, Leyte. (CIA 32)).
Fasron 109 saw Jim Aller lead the rate. Hoppenworth is one of the nearly 3,000 men here at NAS Kearsarge (CVA 33)).
Banshees scoring attack with 13: who will seek advancement in.the competitive exams next Feb- large" and CV of "aircraft car
Oriskany (CVA 34)).
rier". The new symbol CVA is
points while Chuck Hontz, Ron ruary.
Antietam (CVA 36)).
considered by the Navy a more
Giovannini and John '
Rosen, Pete '
McConkey each supplied a T.D. Exceeds 52 Figure adequate description of the function Princeton (CVA 38)).

of the 9 carriers as elements Shangrila (CVA 38).

Fasron's quintet opened the 3,000 Await Exams In February; of fast. attack* forces. Lake Tarawa Champlain(CVA 40)(CVA. 39).

1952-1953 basketball season last
Great Southern The change includes ships rang Midway (CVA 41)).
week by defeating For
Available
Trucking Company, 72 to 64 at Facilities Study ing in size from 19,800 tons to Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA 42). ,
Coral Sea (CVA 43)).
the 59,900-ton Forrestal class.
the Kirby-Smith gym. Approximately 3,000 persons
available for the January '52 Valley Forge (CVA 45): ).
Here and
are names new desig
The Banshees held a slight lead will seek advancement here in
it is anticipated that the Philippine Sea (CVA 47).
exams,
over Great Southern throughout the February 1953 competitve nations of the 29 aircraft carriers,,
'" number taking the forthcomingtests attack: Forrestal (CVA 59)).
the entire game but were threat exams, it has been learned. .
; will far exceed the number Enterprise (CVA 6)).
ened on several occasions. This constitutes an increase of '
that competed in 52.Recommendations .
Essex CVA
t ( 9)
almost 1,000 over the last exam. for advance- You're Authorized To
;
Forward Bradley Kidd netted Part of the influx is due to the
ment for those already 9 Wear Out Old Pants
persons
fieldgoals and four free
eight fact that exams for CPO are

throws to lead his team mates in given only once a year. The re on board the station were to Navy enlisted men may con-

scoring. Following close behind mainder is a result of the increased have been in to Personnel offices tinue to wear their old *3-but-

were Bill Bailey, Lester Reed, and personnel strength. prior to Nov.1 7. WAVEWAIj ton trousers until they are no
*
John Campbell who connected for longer serviceable. The new

.. 14, 13, and 10 points respectively. Although exact figures ere not! New arrivals to the various style Navy trousers with the

Recent arrival off the USS Cas units are expected to raise the zipper front are gradually replacing -
Wave Barracks 720 and 722
cade, AD-16'to take over duties in present figure of 2,877 recom- the old style trousersbut

1 ." .. the squadron's coffee mess is Ellis Special/ / Dinner At mended to above the 3,000 mark. were arrivals brightened reported.last week Welcomed as new some sizes are still not

Glover, SD3. A native of Jax, NAS will have the largest rep- available.
Civilian Cafeteria aboard at 722 were Norma Jean
Glover is content with his present resentation, between 850 and The buttoned- cuff Navy
Fisher, HA; Georgianna Brooks,
assignment, November 26thA 1,000. NATTCenter will enter dress Jumper will remain as
SA; Druezella High, SA; Ethel
Fasron's Air Frames Division between 650 and 800. part of the enlisted men's uniform -
special "appreciation din- Kelley, SA; Patsy Peddy, SA;
welcomes back Thomas W. Butler, Many avenues of study are An experimental cuff-
Goecker SA Stella
AM2, has recently completed six ner" awaits patrons of the Ci- open to the individual with, cor- Rosemary ; less dress Jumper, to replacethe
Bunk, SA; Lorraine Fox, SA,
months schooling at Memphis. vlllan Cafeteria Wednesday, respondence courses, self study one now in use, has been
from Bainbridge and Mary Ann
James C. Heard has recently returned November 26. courses and Navy training books. rejected by the Naval Uniform
Read, ACAN, from Olathe, Kan-
r to the First Lieutenant de- The meal, which will be at a Most units have active education sas. Board.AFPS).

partment after completing a special rate, is in appreciationto programs and unit Education Reporting to ANP) School at

three-month course at the Cata- its many customers, Charles office personnel are always NATTCenter is Ann Simmons,
pult and Arresting Gear School, ready and willing to help men
W. Kuehner, Cafeteria manager Jackye Ables, Margaret Whit-
Philadelphia. announced.For to prepare for the advancement
I more, Barbara Jeffries, Joy Mc-

90 cents, this is what examinations. Guire, Anna Larkin, Judith Atch-
Defense Department I .
you will get: Soup, roast turkey ison, Sue Lampe, Dorothy Ham-
New A3D Carrier Jet
Adopts Unified Stamp dressing, cranberry sauce, mon and Delores Schmohl. SALTY HUMOR FROM

+ Washington (APTS) -As partof mashed potatoes, buttered Completes First Flight Leaving NATTCenter for fur- HERE AND THEREAfter

its plan to standardize procure- green peas, rolls, butter, Wal- Washington (AFPS-The A3D, ther schooling is Margaret Brooks

ment, the Defense Department has dorf salad, choice of pastry and largest airplane ever designed for and Constance Cole for PH Schoolat the ceremonies were over

adopted a "unified" stamp. either iced tea or coffee. Thisis aircraft carrier operations, has. Pensacola; Joan Freund and celebrating the unveiling of an
The stamp is placed on material meal. Lois Amidon for AC School at Ol i
a regular $1.50 made its first flight at Edwards old college professor a pretty

inspected and accepted for use by This regular |1.50 meal for AFB, Muroc, Calif., the Navy an- I' athe, Kansas; Lillian Koch and young lady walked up to him and i
"' the military. The partial inspec- Ruth Bracy for TD School at said "I "
90 cents will be served from nounces. : hope you appreciate me,

tion stamp shows an eagle within 1100 to 1300.Medical. Memphis; Paulyne Hobson, Den- she cooed, I came 50 miles to see

a circle. The full acceptance stamp Need Choir DirectorA Ieee Boyd and Barbara Lashbrookfor your bust unveiled."

within a AT School at Memphis; Mar-
howl an eagle square. director for the Children'sChoir : "
"My dear'young lady, replied ,
will replace the va- garet Cullen for AG School at
The stamps OfficerAt of the All Saints' Protes- the gallant professor, I would 4
in use by the Lakehurst and Virginia Parker for
rious stamps now
tant Chapel is needed badly. travel a thousand miles to see I
Air Force, Navy, and technical AK School in Kingsville. "
NATTCenter Anyone interested and willing, yours.
services of the Army. please contact Chaplain David Joan Thron and Betty Currier .
joined the marrieds club
Humphries, extension 8522. young The seventh-grader was goingto
Gets Air MedalCapt. last week. ..
Benoit No. 1ln 1 1e his first school dance. With a

Warren E. Klein, Medical r-- .: rented tuxedo and a great displayof

AE School Officer at NATTCenter, was ,' sophistication, he was strut-

awarded the Air Medal in cere- ting across the campus when he

monies last week during the per- 4 met a Junior. "Yuh gonna takea

Grad ClassNumber sonnel inspection held at the Center i girl?" asked the Junior. "Naw"

I answered the seventh grader, "I -1
one man in last week'sgraduating liItL AIi
- I class at Aviation Comdr. Richard S. Stuart, act- think I'll Just go stud."
i l .
\
Officer of the
Electrician's Mate School at NAT- ing Commanding

TCenter was Marine Pfc. Leo J. Center, presented the award to The old-fashioned girl used togo

Benoit, of Fisherville, Mass. Captain Klein and read the attached to a fortune-teller to get a

citation. It read, in part, palm read; she now has a daughter

Graduating as follows: "For meritorious acts r. who goes to a cocktail loungeto

with a 90.33 while participating in aerial flight r i w. get her nose red.

average to lead against the enemy while attachedto .
the class of 61 : : -
Aircraft Wingin
the First Marine Music Prof: "What do you
sailors and marines Korea from 20 Oct. 1951 to 2 think of Kreisler?"

U Pfc. Be- Aug. 1952. Captain Klein, senior
Sthdent: "Great! Splendid!
noit will remain medical officer, successfully completed Swell pickup, a lot of pep and
. bere as an instructor twentieth
his first through
twenty miles on a gallon."
at the missions evacuating wounded per- .
Training C en. fik iXAr.1l.U: I sonnel from front line positions to S S -
ter. I Doctor: "What you need, young.
pfc. Benoit adequate medical facilities.
A graduate of Grafton High I "Captain Klein's courage and lady, is a little sun and air."

School in Grafton, Mass., he wasa unswerving devotion to duty Girl: "But doctor, I'm not even

__. ____,________ ___ .._ married"
''
tool maker before entering the throughout were in keeping with v.w """ ''''''''' '' ''.w."
.
:Marine Corps in February 1952. the highest traditions of the MEN FROM MARS? These two would-be "Men from Mars"

After completing recruit trainingat United States Naval Service." completely garbed in tinfoil) heeded the urgent call for trainedelectronics "How'd you get the black eye?".
technicians at Fasron 109 and reported aboard for
Parris Island, he reported here Clayton C. Jerome, Major "I went to a dance and was
Signed, temporary duty. Actually the pair, ATJ's Sam Cowling and Robert
for Airman Preparatory School General, U. S. Marine Corps. (See Guite, manufactured the suits and attached gear as part of a skit struck by the beauty ef the

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Deadline Set for ': ""j:6uc'news"vorts
:x : sex
.
Melee
1M
-:. TIME OUT .:. Boxing < '
Deadline for entries In the '
all-station intramural boxing i ".
With. John M. CharvatI :
tournament, with winners land-
.. ...... .
I,>!', ....l. ".. ...'....., ,., .,. J?""" : .i'V' ..< Ing a possible berth on the
Golden Gloves team, Is Tuesday -

Nov. 25. All personnel, attached .. '; .
to any unit on the E.
station are eligible to compete.

be Single held in elimination eight weight bouts divi-will Ringmen Edge Green Cove 1

sions, bantam to heavyweight.A


i mitted Fighters one in pound each Interested leeway class. is should per- For 6th Win In 7 Starts


contact Special Services Main-

side, extension 512, or NATT- I Wetherly "Willie" Fisher, sharp Ind. followed with
an impressivethird 11
punching: New Burn, N. C. pro-
Center Special Services, ex- ;;
duct, floored the 1952 Jacksonville round KO of Jim Rodriques, Ii
tension 698. .
Golden Gloves Palmerton Pa. Burnsworth is
Dates for the tournamenthave light heavyweight now
been set at Dec. 1-3. champion last Thursday night to undefeated in six scuffles.
headline Jax Navy's 5-4 conquestof
Frank Carpenter claimed a
a spirited squad of boxers from
knockout Sam Smith Clark-
over ,
Green Cove Springs..
Varsity Cagers ton, S. C., as the Tampa lad floored -
A scheduled meeting with Mac-
his lightweight foe in the sec-
AND TilE SCORE BOARD READ, OKLAHOMA, 21; Dill Air Force
Primed For 52 tonight was post-, ond r 0 u n d. Marty Denkins,
NOTRE DAME, 27. poned because of travel arrange-I Brooklyn, N. Y., took the full
As if hearing the final score of our Sooners' defeat at ments. I .
count against Jerry Testagrossain
the hands of the Fighting Irish this month wasn't enough
Opener Nov. 27That Ted O'Neal, Houston, Texas, a welterweight bout as Green
the Jax Air News staff and a number of Special Services per-
was the victim of Fisher's hard Cove posted its first win.
sonnel added injury to insult by picturing our remorse in the "new look" in basketball thrown, well aimed shots In the
offices last week. We still haven't given up yet, however, as we Carpenter Beats Smith .
will be unveiled week second round the Jax
courts a as stylish
know of several other writers who missed on their "favorite" Jerry Deley kept intact his un-
entry in this part of the state and they're still employed. from tonight when the Jax Navy Navy knockout puncher in five claimed fights. his third beaten widen with a decision over

*V Fliers take to the floor in questof welter Doug Laidlaw, Detroit,

Jimmy Johns' split decision loss to the 1952 Jacksonville a win in their initial outing! of Wilkens TriumphsThe Mich. Green Cove retaliated with
local Navy aggregation has two decisions. Bob Schaefer,BronxN.
heavyweight Golden Gloves champion, Willie Lawrence, last the 1952-53 season.
cage
his hands.A been defeated in only one of seven Y., bested Calvin
Thursday at Green Cove was as close as the tape on Hornback
look at the score cards of the three judges reveals Patrick AFB will provide the, matches this season and the win Kansas City, Kans. and George

that to be true. Dell Webb scored Johns 10-10-9-29, giving competition for Coach Frank Me over Green Cove was the secondin Tarver, Boston, :Mass., was the

Lawrence 10-10-11-31. Al Meyerson gave the Jax heavy I Caffrey's short-handed squad who a row. NAS Pensacola holds winner over Willie Sims,. Detroit,

the nod, 10-10-10-30 to 10-9-9-28. The third official voted last Saturday held a full game the single victory over the Filers. Mich.

10-10-10-30 to 10-9-8-27 for Lawrence.The I scrimmage with Jacksonville Ju- Featherweight Fred Wilkens, In the feather match Willie

tub thumpers at Parris Island came up with a good nior College at the NATTCenter Detroit, Mich., opened a barrageof Lawrence, Pensacola, Fla., won a
one last week in the Boot that we feel is worth passing along. Auditorium. three Flier bouts by decision split decision: over Jimmy Johns,

"Pittsburgh beat Notre Dame, West Virginia beat Pitts- Nucleus Good ing Dave :Mitchum, Bronx, N. Y. rampa, Fla., by a margin of three

burgh, Furman beat West Virginia, Stetson beat Furman "The nucleus of the varsity Ronnie Burnsworth, Indianapolis, points. It was the Tampan's first

and we killed Stetson. How many touchdowns better does looked pretty good," the seasoned loss in five fights. Defeat was

that make Parris Island over Notre Dame???" (Our guessis Navy mentor commented. Using 6-Team FightIn not bitter, however, as Lawrence \

negative three, and that's conservative). the full squad of 20, which is a is the 1952 Jacksonville Golden \

poor turnout for a station as large I Center Cloves champ in the heavyweight ;
Jax Navy looked like Michigan State over East Nobodylast as NAS Jax, the Fliers were under clan.
Saturday in its 26-7 of NAS Norfolk. It wasn't
conquest
.
fire for the first time since practice *
that the Tars were so bad it was simply that the Fliers played opened in October. Bowling PlaySix
the brand of ball they are capable of, bearing out our state- All-Star Gridders
ment that aside from Parris Island, Jax Navy should be un- Leroy "Mutt" Pascoe, a veteranof teams in the NATTCenter
defeated. local cage war, will in all prob- intramural bowling loop were Meet Green CoveAn

Norfolk is strong, no question about that. From com ability coach the junior varsitythis within 2 points of each other as All-Star aggregation from

parative scores the Tars are at least par with Eglin, the 508th season. the second round of keg action the NATTCenter touch football ,
IICT of Fort and the Miami Marines all victoriousover To Have JV
Benning opened last week. AP School remained intramural loop will contest a similar
the Fliers. Norfolk beat East Carolina State, 7-6, and "I'll separate the squad into a in first place,' rolling the representative from the Green

East Carolina State romped over Stetson. varsity and junior varsity, Fri- highest team score of the season, Cove Springs league tonight under
But until Saturday the locals failed to find the extra day," Coach McCaffrey said, "leav- a 2640-2127 rout of Special Serv- the lights at Green Cove Springs.
drive that was lacking. In the second quarter Jax Navy be- ing either 10 or 12 men to com- ces-First-Lleutenants.
Head coach who directed
gan ticking off yardage like the hands of a clock and there pete with the first unit and the Iwolek posted a 590 series for Air Craft Ashcraft Maintenance j
in the minds of crowdof remainder for City League com-
:was no question a poorly represented. the Student Electricians In their through the local competition, will
the outcome. petition.
record-breaking performance. But take a 22 man squad with him.
s
Undergoing a complete refinishing as yet no one has been able to Team members were chosen front
Here's a timid vote for Southern California to edge job the past week, the Main- touch the high game of the season every team that participated in

UCLA as two of the nation's top elevens clash for a bid to side gym, site of all home games a 258, rolled by M/Sgt. Ker- the Center touch play.

the Rose Bowl. The Trojans have rested a notch lower this season, will take on a first nodle of ANP) Ships Company. -
than UCLA in the Associated Press pole for sometime but
class appearance that will rate it Winner of the Pa-rris Island-
it has no bearing in a battle such as this one Saturday. alongside any court this season. STA.D1NG",
Maryland will handle Alabama and Tennessee will bowl Tram W. J. eta. Camp Lejeune grid meeting:
AE School ............. 13 3 49
over Kentucky in southern clashes. In nearby Gainesville, Pro College Stars Marines ............... 24 ]Z 31 Thanksgiving Day will emerge the
Personnel ............. 23 13 31
Florida has our vote to topple Miami. Oklahoma will slaughter ANP( ) Ships Co. ....... 22 11 30 Eat Coast Marine champ and be

Nebraska to wrap up the Big Seven title. Purdue to de- Lead Football Poll Supply AO Sh1 p s Co:.:::::::::: 23 23 n 29 30 given a chance for the all-Marine

feat Indiana, Illinois over Northwestern and Ohio State to New York (AFPS-Early) returns ANP) School......... 21 1.2 29
in
crown with
a playoff the West-
AK School.1 22 23
upset Michigan are Big Ten noteworthies. In the east, Vll- from Service sports editors s.s:lst. Lt. ............ 15 24 20
lanova over Boston, Syracuse over Fordham and Pittsburghover and football coaches casting their A/C Malnt ............ 10 29 13 ern titlist. .....
Penn State.
ballots for the AFPS All-Ameri-
*
can Service team for 1952, are
Followin' The Fliers. Last week's yarn on the Jax showing a definite trend towards

Navy-South Georgia Junior College fray gave Dick Offringa selecting former college and pro-
credit for blocking a Tiger punt on the 14. For the most fessional stars.

part it was in error. From our vantage point in the press
The Service All-Star team will
box it appeared Offringa was on top of the kicker, but after a
talking with the amiable lineman we found that James Ar- include two lineups (offense and

nold was in front of him and made the actual contact with defense), appearing in the Dec.

the leather Aside from having his father watching 7 Clip Sheet. All ballots must

from the stands, Harry Stuldreher, Jr. saw a number of fa- be forwarded to Sports Editor,
miliar faces on the opposite side of the line last Saturday Armed Forces Press Service, 641
Washington St., N. Y. 14, N. Y.,
against Norfolk. Lou Mchalarich, with the University of
Indiana in 1916-19, was Harry's favorite target at Great by Nov. 28.

Lakes last season as the two teamed for 14 touchdowns. Among the leading candidatesto

Spent considerable time with Lou and Ray Adkins, a verita- date are: Al Dorow, Boiling

ble giant who aided the great 1948 edition of the Fliers, AFB; Bucky Curtis, Bill Ward,

Saturday night touring Jacksonville.The San Diego NTC; Bob Schnelker,

210-pound set of weights is still available. Also Billy Mixon, Parris Island MCRD; S, 6

have a line on a good set% of used woods and irons. Phone Lloyd Baker, Bainbridge NTC, and

extension 216 if interested in either. Dick Brock, the loqua- Irv Holdash, Joe Palumbo, Ft. S

cious Tennessee lad who first based for the local nine, Eustis. Others are: Nick Bolko-

dropped a line to Coach Frank McCaffrey from his duty sta- vac, Ft. Jackson; Jack Stroud, -.

tion in Port Lyautey last week. Dick was anxious to don a Camp Drake; Harrison Frazier, LETHAL LEFT-Willie Lawrence (left, '$% Golden Gloves
cage uniform this season, but was doubtful if he'd be able Camp Lejeune; Carroll Lowen- champion, sends a left that is partially blocked by Jax Navy's
to do so A sad note for the football minded public of stein, Stuttgart! ; Bob Morrison, Jimmy Johns In'one of the main attractions at the Fliers-Green _
the station. OG is leaving. The likeable grid selector (Oma Bill Wade, PhlbPac; and Mike Ro- Cove smoker last Thursday. The local ringman lost a close decision -
his
but teammates had
I already piled early
Glass) received sea duty orders. arke, Carl Leone, Indlantown Gap. to rive Jax Navy the match, 5-4. up an margin







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ANP) Ships Co. Fliers Trounce

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Topping Center


VolleyballersA Norfolk 26 7


lively round of volleyball play Showing signs of greatness heretofore unnoticed

graced the NATTCenter Intramural v. < through seven games this season, Jax Navy ripped apart a
courts last week as ANP) l surprisingly docile Norfolk .eleven last Saturday afternoonon

Ships Company added a victoryover Varsity Field for a 26-7 upset conquest before a sparse

AE School to run its unbeaten gathering in the last home meeting of the year.
skein to 10.
I The Fliers' defense, as if un-
'
:j Forfeit wins were recorded Mon- yards.
chained for the first time
was
day for Hand Tools and S.S.-Flrst I Harry Stuldreher the prolific
deadly giving without doubt Its
Lieutenants AK School and
over University of Michigan southpaw
of the
top performance season. I
A/C Maintenance respectively. From end to end the local line was at the throttle of the Fliers'offense
Tuesday AO Ships Company
Marines repelled the Tars' ground attack figuring in all four touchdowns -
dumped Hand Tools and the -
edged A/C Maintenance. . Jax allowed 72
secondary only
passed for two counters set up a

STANDINGS FLIERS FEATHER TARSI third and ran one over on a quar-

AN Team.(P) Ships I Co W.10 I*I Ed Kavanaugh, ball carrier for terback sneak.
AO Ship I Co. .:.:::::::::::: 12 3 g NAS Norfolk in top photo isbrought S Defense Sharp
AK! School.. .. .... ......... 8 to the turf Jax ;iR i a
Hand Tools ..0............. 9 4 \by Defensively it was James Arn
A/C Mslnt. ............... 5 7 Navy's Larry White (50) and
S.S. 1st. Lt ..... ......... 5 9 Everett Crew (53) in lastSaturda's old Wilton Barco Junior Cassels
Marines ..... ............... 4 8 26-7 triumph over and Bob DiPasquali who directedthe
ANP) School.............. 2 5
Medical . .. .. ......... 0 8 the visiting Tars. In bottom. savage attack. They were
AK School' ... .... .. ....... 0 9 photo Jax fullback Billy
abetted host
of
I ably by a tough-
Pickett lunges toward a waiting -
horde of Norfolk defenderswho fibered lads who gave no ground
Mainside Touch stopped him after a short despite being outweighed at almost -

gain. every position.

Gridmen Finish Held scoreless the first quar-

Fasron Spikers La5a ter, Jax Navy wasted little timein

Final PlayoffsFinal ,2 ... o the second heat as Larry White .
Pace NAS LoopFasron 'R > ,ssx.Mfr. 2. .-
; took Stuldreher's
y M i tk 44.ro.j+% art Y >' k -i'>t : >A. pass from the
standings in the Mainside t. 32 over the cross stripes;: White
Six Is within one game ci .F Yk w w f xnw., nrd. ... .'
4.Y:0
intramural touch football league w ANY leaped high to bring down the
of the Mainside intramural vol-
were released this week followinga ball, eluding one man in his path.

four team playoff for second leyball crown. The Fasronite head Goshawks Host Fliers When Jack Bishop missed the ex-

place. Fasron Six emerged with their nearest rival, the VP-741 tra point try the locals led, 6-0.

runnerup laurels by virtue of a Gators, by two games and have Norfolk's fumble on the 15,

39-18 thumping handed Fasron two games yet to be played. A win shortly after was recovered by

109.NARTU in either would assure them of the Saturday At PensacolaThoroughly Arnold and the Fliers needed only
had already annexedthe <
seven plays to
punch across their ...
top spot going on to defeat' title.Meanwhile, a first call for vol- imbued with confidence, yet not optimisticof second tally. Stuldreher to George

AE School for the all-station leyball players to participate with their chances, the Jax Navy Fliers are prepared to go bird Shotwell spanned the needed yard

crown. But under league rules the the Jax Navy varsity has been issued hunting this week-end and the Pensacola Goshawks are in age from the 2. Bishop convertedand

second to fifth place teams were from the Special Services de- season. The locals tangle with Pensacola's strong entry Sat- it was 13-0 at the intermission. -

eligible for a second place playoff partment. A squad of 12 will be urday afternoon on the NAS Pensacola Field and the host .

In the first round Fasron Six carried and positions are open to eleven is a solid three-touchdown favorite.mark I Move 55 Yards

blasted Supply, 49-21, and Fasron all aspirants. Contact extension Pensacola will carry a string of Stuldreher entered the scoring

109 edged VP-741, 25-19. Supplywas 512 for further information. six wins and a tie into the tussle on numerous occasions. column midway in the third stanza
the regular season second However against Eglin, Owens
STANDINGSTeam while the Fliers, in this, their last crossing on a quarterbacksneak
place holder but In the playoff W L suffered a dislocated shoulder early from the to tern-
didn't have the machinery to cope Fasron Six ..._..._...___.__??... 20 0 game are 3-4-1 for the season. one
VP-741 Gfttora ,, .- ... 17 2 in the first half and Zastrow mate a 55-yard drive. White was
be citedon
with the victorious Fasron entry. Fasron 109 ..___________ 17 4 Comparative figures can donned the to claim four the
VP-741 Bombers ................ ml..u 15 4 only one team. The Goshawks spurs on recelveing end of a 48-
League play opened with 11 O&R... .. ... . 15 4 aerial markers. Ralph Nielsen yard Stuldreher aerial to set
blanked Eglin AFB, 33-0, while the up
The numberwas .
teams in competition.
and Vic Vine, both with five touch- the: counter.In .
sharply cut midway in the Fliers fell, 1413. ,
Slate Turkey Shoot Boast of All-Amerkaa downs, have been favorite targetsfor the closing minutes of the
season when transfer of units
from NAS to other points in the Wesconnet VFW Post 7909 will Bob Zastrow all-American can- the Hawks' passing artists. third period, Bishop electrified the

state took entire teams from ac- stage two more turkey shoots didate with the Naval Academy Fliers Confident crowd by keeping on his own 43,
On the other hand Jax Navy, cutting to the left side line to
tion. Nov. 22 and Thanksgiving Day at before graduation, sparks the om- go
STANDINGS the Post Home grounds on Bland- nipotent Goshawks who have the with a tremendous 26-7 upset win all the way for the Fliers' final
Team W L over Norfolk last week-end, can- tally. The only thing that could
NARTtT .... 10 0 ing Blvd. and all station person- distinction of being the only Navy
??
i Furon Six 9 I nel are invited.Ammunition eleven to defeat Keesler AFB not be counted completely out. have halted Bishop's jaunt was
.
Supply Ftisron 109 __i_______i 7 8 3: will be furnishedby since 1943. A 26-13 licking administered The Fliers seemed to have found his own blockers as they cleareda
VP-741 8 4 the scoring and their de- mammoth hole the chalk
Hospital ____.__._____ 4 e the Post but participants must early In the season. range along
bring their own guns. Proceeds Buster Owens, 20-year-old sig- fense appears to command more stripe to lead interference.The .

Service Sports from the shoot will go to the nal caller, has been highly instrumental respect. Tars broke their droughth
building fund. in the Hawks' Impres- Coach Dave Barksdale will car- early in the final chapter with a

I sive attack which to date has ry a full squad to Pensacola, fully two-yard spurt by Bobby Joe

Round-Up Three Cleveland pitchers, Early rolled up 227 pointsto the foes' 45. prepared to go all out for the win. Glass over left tackle. Norfolk
armed Florida He'll have the southpaw offerings had its chance when Don Meyer-
Tokyo Japan-Paced by four Wynn, Bob Lemon and Mike Gar- The sure youngster -
three TDs of Harry Stuldreher and the chick's punt from the end zone
former major leaguers the Ft. cia, will share the "Indians' Man pitched for against
:Meyer Va., Colonials whipped the of the Year" award given annually Combat Training Command of churning legs of Jack Bishop, Dar- slipped off the side of his foot to

Osaka Japan, Kanebos in the first by baseball writers in Cleve- Fort Benning in the second game rell Spang and Billy Pickett to the 10. Three plays later it was

inter-hemisphere nonprofessionalworld land. this year and has since found theSTUHLDREHER assist in the effort.Pensacola 26-7 as "Goose" Goslin converted.

series. Favored Touchdown Bid Fails
'< Norfolk had the local defenders
Norfolk failed to move following -
The Colonials won the right to
represent the U. S. in the sevengame La > ,; ,yioto-S) >R*b .n a d i'?/+>r.abt N S.c under constant fire all after- the initial kickoff. Ralph

championship series by winning noon, but the bright spots over- Dinsmore sent a fourth down puntto

the 1952 National Baseball shadowed the dark as the Fliers' the Fliers' 36 where it was

Congress tournament at Wichita, line held on almost every knocking dead. Bishop Billy Pickett and

Kans., Sept. 1. They defeated Ft. Cementing the gaps were Stuldreher's passes to Jim Crum
Dick Offringa Terrell Beckham moved the oval within
in the whispering
Leonard Wood (Mo.), 5-4,
finals. Ron Lawhead, Leo Kelly Bob Bat- distance( of the Tars' pay station.

son and Everett Crews. But the local attack gave way at

Danny O'Connell and Sam Cal- Flanking the line and doing a the eight and the remainder of the

derone provided the power that terrific line backing Job were quarter was fought on even terms
Antonelliand George Shotwell James Arnold, near the midfield stripe.
gave pitchers Johnny
Tom Poholshy enough sup- Frank Mickle, Bob DiPasquali and Frank] Mickle and Tom O'Don-
a Junior Cassels. While in the sec- long Norfolk shots
port to win their game. All were intercepted
In"the National League before en- 4 ondary Homer Erinson Don MacMillan that could easily have meant trou-

tering the Army. Don Meyerchick and Tom ble. But with Meyerchick Homer

Winning the first two games before O'Donnell were standouts. Brinson, Don MacMillan and Dlasquali -
/ et Saturday is the big test for the
record-breaking crowds, the a assisting the former pair
Colonials dropped the third to the Fliers. Last week's entrance exam the Tars were convinced there wax

Kanebos then avoided defeat to was passed with flying colors and no open path in that direction.
should the locals trip Pensacola
take the series, four games to one.
.. 0 ,:. they'll have recorded straight A's STATISTICSlay. Nor.14a.y .
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,
Featherweight Ken Davis, the ::.,.; <. : m'i' ,. ,, for a tough season. First Downs ............ 11 Silk 8
Yards Rushing ...........177 104
top amateur boxer of 1951 was SR. VISITS-Probably the most interested Passes AU ............... 22 19
Parris Island's vaunted Passes ...... .
scoring Compo .... 8 8
discharged from the Marine Corps spectator at last Saturday's Jax Navy-Norfolk fray was Harry held Yards Passing ............148 1:1:
recently and has entered professional Stuhldreher Sr. (second from right), who wrote a never-to-be- machine unbeaten-untied Vil- Passes Int. By.............5 2
Total Yardage ............ 1'N
Davis toured Eu- forgotten page in football history as a member of Notre Dame'sfamous anova to a 20-20 deadlock recently .
.
boxing. Punts AVi. .. ..........34 36
Four Horsemen. Ills son, Harry Jr., directed the Fliersto to knock the collegians from Penalties ... .............. 40 10
ropes a member of the Chicago a stunning 26-7 upset over Norfolk's Tars which highly pleased the top ten of the national foot- Fumbles Lost .t........... 1 :2Jas
Golden Gloves team with Great Fliers' coach Aaron Brown (left) and head coach Dave Barksdale ball Navy .....::::-0 23 13 0-28
" Lakes' Carl Blair last spring. (right). poll. Norfik ............0 0 0 1- 1

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Park. Mrs. Phillips. 2 RM, RD, SO, EN, TM, ET EM. .

Furn 2 rm house, $55 mo, ph. IC, YN, CS, SR in pay grades E-4,
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88-9223, Mrs. Hertzman. Other requirements for subma
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Sing or dble rms, 2224 Dellwood, II veterans.The comers who came as a result of

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Mrs. Tadoura. during the last two months of The entertainment committee j

Wanted to rent: Unfurn 2 or 3 1944 and all of 1945; and, (Home-teams in right column) proposed a Thanksgiving supper ,:,

bdrm house Dec. contact Lt. 2. The 100,000 World War II for which the club furnishes
Moraski ext. 224. and War II veterans Villanova ............................vs...................._....... Boston U. a
J. M. post-World and The date has
who took out term NSLI Syracuse ............................vs............................... Fordham turkey; a ham.
policies
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Two bdrm bungalow, ph. ext. they were during 1900 at the club house in
the last two months of 1947 and Pittsburgh ........................vs.......................... Penn State Dewey
724 or,88-8473, L. E. See. Park. All members and friends
all of 1948. Northwestern ...................vs................................... Illinois 'W'"
36 ft: trailer 4479 Phillips Space will be contacted by Mrs. June
Pu rd u e's.........._.._...-.........-_... Indiana
32 Graham. Hoover for further details. '
Capt. +
Missouri\ ..........................vs....._.._....................... Kansas
MISCELLANEOUS The first group of 1,100,000 veterans Ohio State ..........................vs......_....................... Michigan\ The club voted to contribute ':

Driving to New Jersey Dec. 19 have 8-year term policiesand Wisconsin ......._........_.......vs..................-..... Minnesota\ $500 to the scholarship fund of .

ph. 88-8231 after 6 p.m., M. E. the second group of 100,000 Oklahoma ..._............_.......vs............_.._..........r... Nebraska the Navy Wives Clubs of America,

Wolniewicz. veterans have 5-year term poli- Arkansas ................._.......vs............................_....... Tulsa Inc. The amount of $50 was set '
Driving to New Orleans 21 Nov, les. Both terms expire sometime Maryland\ ..........................vs............_................. Alabama aside to help a needy Jacksonville ..: _

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Driving to New York 5 Dec, year or during next year, depending Miami\ ..................._.....?....vs..................._............. Florida 19, plans will be made to give some (

ph. ext. 8200, Ade Thompson. on the anniversary date of Tennessee _....._........_.......vs....._....._......... ....... Kentucky needy Navy families a big Christ- .,, s .
Driving to Oklahoma 19 Dec each policy. / Virginia ............._......_......vs..._.._... Washington: and LeeS. mas surprise. The Christmas

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ext. 618, Mrs. Hare. policies before the terms expire. Navy ......._.........._.......vs..........._..._............. Pensacola The Nursery will be closed all t.
Ride wanted from Murray Hill, Otherwise, they will not be eligible day on Thanksgiving. : !

0800 to 1630. ph. ext. 669, Mr. for further GI life insurance (Predict the score of this game) .
coverage under Public Law 23,
Eckels.

Riders wanted from Southside 82nd Congress. U. C. L. A. ..................._..vs....._.._.._...._... So. CaliforniaName Osewalt Claims
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or San Jose, $730 to 1600, ph. ext. : I
8253, Chief McDonald. I Reinstatement of lapsed term Rate/Rank Grid Pick PrizeFasron

Ride wanted from Springmont policies may be accomplished by 109 had the first and< a

Spring Park Terrace, 0730 to 1530, applying to VA. A physical examination Unit Assigned To Phone second place winners in the '"!eek- .'
is after 3
ph. ext. 631 Herb Pinney. required ly Football Special as Donald Ose-
Baby sitter, 2120 Herschel, ph. months of lapse and the payment RULES walt, AK3, annexed top honor ,

9502, Miss Joyner. I of two monthly premiums also is 1. To enter the contest you simply indicate your choiceof with four misses and Earl J. Lauve 1
Baby sitter ph. 7-4788, Mrs. required. One of these two premi- each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you selectto was runnerup with' five. ..
Dodd. urns covers the premium for the win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the namesof T.-
month of grace coverage after teams you think will play to a tie score. Lauve tied for second place with '
lapse and the other is for the 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties Leon Taylor, PRC, of ANP), "
count as losses unless predicted. School but the Fasonrite closer
To Induct was/ '
Army 48,000In premium month in which the application 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the ?4
Month Of January is submitted to VA game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with with his prediction; of the Flor- "\
The term of a policy begins i the most nearly correct score will win the contest. da-Tennessee game to account for :. k
Washington (CArpS) The 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con the difference. '1-&:.
with date it is issued and
Department of Defense has the expires sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating t;
on the 5th or 8th anniversary Five convenient pickup points :. : "
asked the Selective Service the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible. j
of that date, depending upon 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for are located throughout the sta- \ :
System to call 48,000 men in whether it is a 5-year or an 8- any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final tion: ((1)) Jax Air News office; '
January for assignment to the ratings. ((2)) Fasron Six canteen; ((3)) Hos-
term policy
Army. year 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
The Marine and The difference in the length of Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Build- pital canteen; ((4)) NATTCenter
Navy, Corps
the term was determined by the ing, 930. canteen; ((5)) O&R. Deadline for .'"
Air Force do not intend to 7. All military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof
Congress in 1945 when it stipulated entries is 1700 Friday. I
place calls with "Selective Ser personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con- .
In an amendment to the NS "
vice for January. LI Act of 1940 that term policies test.8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. Teacher: "Willie, give me a .
The number of men requested Issued on or before December 31, 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the sentence with a direct object." ,
for January la based Thursday following the Saturday on which the is played. (
game
1945 shall be for 8 years, while Willie: "Miss Wiggins, you're
maintaining approved TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES beautiful." ,
those issued after that date shall
strength after allowances have ( be for 5 First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy Teacher: "Williel! What's the :
been made for enlistments and years. Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit; "
object?
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re-enlistments. third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit, '
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A new law, pawed by the last Willie: "A good report card. ;'.



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