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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 25, 1953
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Published "' Thursday tot Navy and Marine activities: at Naval Air CATHOLIC
Station. jUckiomilfe, M 1.. .
NAS, J cki.aiU). Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000
Cap, Dumham C. McCaffret .............................Comm.nfln! Officer
Cumdr. John D. Blltch ............... ........ ........... ......*..,.............................. Kxecuthe:: Officer -St. Edward'. Chapel.
ru., Air JMlMiiUU Saturday-0800.
Rear, ,Adm. Osborne B. ITirdUon ...............................Comminder PaUyOO30.=
Capt. Howard V. llopklni .._...............................Chief of.SUM
nttt Air \\'Ia J flares Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospf-
Cape Theodore Dahl .... ,-,-,...:.. .. -.- .-.- ,-,. ...- _.....__ Commander
Comdr, Frank D. Heer..............__? .....r.___.._.._..................Chlet-Stall Officer tal Chapel
NMkl Alt Tethalral Tralalif C*.t .MORMON
Opt. David McGm bell. r.Commanding Officer
Comdr: Ulthard S. Stuart ....................................Executive Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTC '
,
Capt.. Edward"-S. Low __ Katal_HtiplUI_ __ Commanding Officer Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN. i' :

Capt.: L. A. Nekton _.._......:_..-..,.,., Executive Officer SCIENCE
MABTU
Capt. John L. Counlhan A?. .........Commanding Officer 1900TuesdaywNATTCChap.lain's ; -
Comdr: Anthony Tiuuo .....................................Executive Officer Office. .

The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly l at the U. S.. Naval Air Station PROTESTANT
:Jack on\'lJIe. Honda and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-3S. Rev 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
Nov lost Copies are distributed free of :charge: at the Naval Air Station the *
Naval l> Air Technical Training Center.,. Naval Air Reserve Training unit Naval 1100-All SalnU Chapel.
Air Station Cecil }Field and the U. ;,. Naval Hospital. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
Editor-Andrew II. Planey ,
Acting Kdltor-Helen( Harper; Sports Editor-John Charvat. AN: StaffRepot I I
''tent-Ed Hendmnn.' >> PN'SN; Gordon Robbie, SN; a.rculation.DI.trlbUtl n
Mftrue; Fusco, JO3; Vivian I Knox SN.
Tbo' JAX AIR NEWS: la a member of the Armed Forces Press Ser\lct.: New PotteryClass
AFPS, material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted' withoutthe
written p.rmiaalon( of Armed Forces Prew Sen Ice. Republication I of other .a
matter, ttxwpt by aevla 1 publication, ia prohibited without: permission of
Editor:: JAX AIR NEWS. GrowsIn PREPARE BASKETS Mrs, .
Editorial offices located Building MO topside). Phone extension 11Man4 Kay Volbeda (left) and Mrs.
'
Zfa.Wave Jill McCampbell of the Naval AEA( ) Staff Aids

PopularityEver Air Technical Training: Center .
Shares NATTCenter Honor Officer's Wives Club prepare

have trouble l selecting baskets to be riven at Thanks Local In I
Lodge
Christmas 1 f t riving to needy families Foodin
Awards With Three "White Hats1'Three g > Beautifully the baskets was donated by
painted ceramics make a unique
wives and local Jacksonville

sailors shared Naval Air Christmas gift for any family and stores Donating Dinners

Frank A, Riz-' they're inexpensive, claim students ,
Technical Center School
Training
auto, AOAN, was of the new ceramics class at the IIOLIDAY More 'than 75 children from in*
honor awards last week with Eleanor -
honor student at NAS titutions in Jacksonville received
<< Hobby Shop, Building 896.
A, AN the second
Lowry, AviationOrdn..nce TOMORROWTomorrow their turkey and'trlmmlngl last
Wave to be named top student at Ceramics are made easy even :
ThanksgivingDay evening through the 'generosity of

School since for a beginner. The course in
:Airman.
Preparatory will be observed legal : the Order of
man School as a Loyal Moose Lodge<<
ceramics Is. to all service
here in January ope" per-
recommissloning Class "A". He sonnet and dependents Classesare holiday at the Naval Air 155 and inatructors and super

1951.Lowry has been assigned held Tuesday, Wednesday and Station. Although the holiday : visors of Phase Six, AE (A)'

was high in grades: << in a to Helicopter Thursday from 1900 to 2100. falls on Thursday, there ,will School at the Naval Air Techni

class of 155 Ma- Squadron Four NOT be a four-day weekendfor cal TrainingCenter..
,... l Necessary supplies are availableat
fines and eight'' at Alf ream Field, '' a nominal cost. Firing: and personnel. Friday, Nov. 27 James If; Sanders, governor of

Waves_ and Calif. "Kliiuto glazing are free. is a regular working day the Moose Lodge, and James

Women Marines. Rizruto Joined the Navyn\ .Jackett, AEC unit supervisor at
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January, 1953, and after boot NATTCenter fostered the program .
She has chosen
training at Bainbridge attended with 38 instructors at the
the Naval School; Airman Preparatory School at v e Cr. school donating funds for the
c>f Photographyat 1
Norman Okla. ., event.A .
Pensacola for I
her next duty' Honors at Avi- ,dinner, movie and refreshments -
1gtation. 4Ay
--Lo,7'ry-- ation were on.the program.
Mate's Southern Dairies contributed
The Wave entered the re-
young School
freshm nts.
Naval Service in July 1953. She' Donald L.

received i her boot training er, who has Nor"v Y.. Twenty-four children from the
Parental Home for Girls 20
from
Bainbridge, Md., and*waa a member assigned to

of the Waves' drill team at A i ., the Baptist Children's Home and
NATTCenter. r ?* 12[ from the St. Mary's Home for
Training
Class honorsIn Atlantic, Children were brought by busesof

_. Special Services at the Train
Aviation .
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folk Va. for du- MF.l
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Strayer i Ing Center to the Moose Lodge.
Storekeeper ,
ty
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School Class
t He j Joined the ;Navy a year ago 19 a :
"A" went to John ... and attended boot at Great
camp Chief
< __ Cosper
O. McCabe AK- Lakes and Airman PreparatorySchool :

AN, a candidate i, at Norman. wr ,,, -,.. 1 2iw

for the examlna-' OutstandingOrdnanceman

tlon to Naval j!

reserve Of f frer: Annual Charity "
k I
:
Training! & Corps.' -I
Minstrel Show t
M c C a b e' has McCabe '
:.._+..- A letter of commendation for
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teen Point, assigned for duty.to He NAS Joined Quonset the Set For Dec. 1 YOUNG THOUGHTS-Not- MIchelangelos- but Just as earnest- display of high professional skill

in their efforts, are members of the Nursery's kindergarten during wILt received for Jack W. Coeper
Navy in January, 1953, and formerly The Third Annual Charity Min
dne of their '
\ drawing classes. Pictured below Is a "Thanksgiv chief aviation ordnanceman, attending -
attended St. Lawrence University strel Show, spoNlored'y the Jackonville' ing Day At The Farm". All drawings were encouraged by the Aviation Ordnanceman'n
Nursery staff in order to better understand children's
Y. thoughts
Carthage, N.
Junior Catholic Association of the forthcoming holiday. Class "B" School at the Naval

will be held at Robert E. Lee Air 'Technical Training Center.

High School Tuesday, Dec.'I,.1953; j Junior ''Impressionists' Establish The letter was received from Lt.
Col. deorge M.
IMOVIEMAINSIDE Curtain time is at'2015, and will, Chlnn USMCR of
I the Navy's Bureau of Ordnance.
feature many of the fine entertainers Holiday Theme At NAS Nirserv Colonel Chfnn wrote that he had .

who have appeared in this -
The NI."al- Station Nurseryis observed Chief Cocper's work on
annual show in i the past. not unlike other educational institutions and gobblers, pumpkin pies, families several tours of duty and his closd

/ Thursday!' Nov. 26 Frank G. Becht, AT3, presently when it comes to the !! seated at the dinner table, observation and timely suggestions
Fontaine, attached to the FAETU aboard
flight to Tangier..Joan average child's conception of corn in the fields' designating the contributed greatly to the
the station and president of the
Friday, 1021 Thanksgiving.Mrs. successful and rapid conclusion in
Association, Is one of the many time'of year, and even the birds
Easy To Love..Esther Williams Linde Forsyth, supervisor! test firing of the T31 20mm ex.
service personnel who are also II that try to escape the "block" before
Saturday, Nov. 28 of the nursery, decided to find perimental cannon at. Patuxent
members and have helped In the they walk "the last mile";

Snake :Pit .... Olivia Dellavllland planning of the Minstrel Show. out Just what her. five and six- .- .. --- ,._ River Md., Jn 1944.
NATTCENTER year old "pupils" thought about, >,: ,: "In 1946-47 at the Naval Proving .

the whole idea of this festive oc r-I' ", : "I Ground Dahlgren, Va., Chief
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Thursday, Nov :: .
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FRONT COVER casion. The results were quite '>" ',>" '. ... .. Cosper' work made it possible to
Co For Broke ............ Van Johnson 1f .. j ,
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"And Bless ThOse Less gratifying. ; ';": .i meet the program deadline on the

Friday, X 0\', 27 Fortunate ." t hat's the After distributing Anample sup ... .' iff' \:';;:"i 'Shirgun', another 20mm aircraft

Flight To Tangier..Joan Fontaine theme of this year's Jax Air ply of crayons and paper, her ,.... '." V i cannon. ..

Saturday, Xov. 28 News Thanksgiving Day mes- enthusiastic charges sat right ,<'\:''0 ,>..,.J'. "7 tf;:t'.... ,,',:.1."':'if.J "Again in 19 01 at Dahlgren

.Easy To Love .... Esther Williams sage, as portrayed on the front down and began their master ,.. ?f ";4:!!;<.'' > I served with him and he did an

NAVAL HOSPITAL page of this Issue. pieces. To the amazement of r 'f .' V\ ."\fed' :)i>: exceptionally fine job. I consider
'. teachers, parents and even the 1 him the best aircraft cannon .
Nov 26 The montage Is the work of t specialist
Timrftday f, kids themselves, it wasfound that
I have encountered in
combined efforts of the 'NAS any
gird Of Paradise......Jeff Chandler
Photo Lab John W. :Mclvor, even the "tots" possessed a fair branch of the Service. I do not

Friday, Nov. 27 ADAN, of VP-18, who did the knowledge of the Thanksgivingspirit. hesitate. predict that Chief Cos
Go For Broke .... ... Van Johnson .
art work, and the staff of the per will some day make one of

Saturday, Nov 2BFlight Jax Air News.i Most, vivid In themaglnation! of i. the best ordnance officers in the

To Tangler..Joan Fontaine the younger set were the stand- :Naval Service."

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Mister Roberts' Navy Speeds ,:.._:;. .i
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Opens Monday \ Polio VictimsTo t


At, NATTCenterTickets Hospital .

are now on sale for the Once again the Navy steppedinto

Jacksonville Little Theatre production the breach and performed a

"Mister Roberts," which humanitarian mission by flying
will be presented Nov. 30( and two victims of polio to Greensboro

Dec 1, at NATTC Auditorium, S. C., Sunday morning, ? a
.starting. : at 2000.Admission where they will be under expert tt r -

Is 60 cents each, with treatment provided at the Carolina *
r'N 4m$
tickets available to all military ,,, ;j Convalescent Hospital for .
personnel and their' guests and Infantile Paralysis

civilian personnel and membersof how .
It was a tearful scene, -' : '
their immediate families They ever, before the big Navy R4D, .
.
may be purchased at all public piloted by C. G. Howard, ADC ? .''\ ,

and service information offices; \ :q (AP), with L. L. Drake, ALC
the Jax Air News; the NAS, CHIN IS UP-Little Larry
(AP) as co pilot, took off with its. Right, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs.
NATTC and. Cecil Field Special patients, Mrs. S. C. Lewis, of T. W. Klght of Ray, Ga.. smiles
Services offices; the CPO and Jacksonville, in an iron lung, and tearfully as he is rolled on a .
Officers' Clubs; and both the stretcher to the waiting: JUD
J of Ga.
little Larry Knight, 6, Ray,
NATTC and Malnside libraries. PRAYS TO THE PALM=: .Jack Evans, one of the crew of the Larry, who is able to be out transport and fellow aircraft polio in victim which, Mrs he,
"AK 601", In the production of "Mister Roberts", prays to theCaptaln's a
of the iron lung for about six S. C, Lewis of Jacksonville,
The action of the play takes performance"palm of tree the that ship stands In "delivering as an award more for tooth the "outstanding paste than: hours, clung to his older brother, were flown Sunday, morning- t*

place on a Navy AK during World any other supply ship in the safe area of the Pacific." Looking on Jesse, apparentfy unstrung by all Greensboro, N. C. ---
War II. It was a smash hit on are members of the crew (next to Evans, front) Sheldon Shapiroand the excitement,, strange faces,
Broadway, but it should have even (back row. left( to right) Ed O'Neill, Lew Odum, Ken Wells and the unknown future awaiting Admiral Switzer
and John Tinny.Religious,
for audience
greater appeal an as him. *

familiar with many of the situ- For Mrs. Lewis, the partingwas Speaks To AGO
ations as the Navy itself. Services Set more poignant as she tried !

Some of the Navy men are not to console her small daughter Graduating ClassRear
only acting but working on the Carol, who had been 'celebratingher

props and technical aspects of the fifth birthday Sept. 19 when Adm. Wendell Gray Swit
For
play. Ken Wells, SN, Fleet Air Thanksgiving Duy her mother was stricken. zer, Chief of Naval Air Technical

Jax, in the role of Wiley', an The transfer of both Larry and Training at Memphis, Tenn,

enlisted man, has done set workin An Invitation to worship at who will read the "Presidential Mrs. Lewis from St. Luke's Hospital addressed the tenth graduatingclas
the capacity of painter and Thanksgiving has been extendedto where' they had been con- of Aviation Ground Officer
builder both military and civilian personnel Thanksgiving Proclamation", fined since September to the School at the Naval Air Technical -

Don Anderson, an "MP" who throughout the various Special lfuililcChaplain. Greensboro Hospital, was ar- Training Center last Friday.

doesn't do so well with the Navy, commands on the station. with NATTCenter, arranged by the Coffee CountyGa. Admiral Switzer's talk, which

has made a trip from Green Cove A special Thanksgiving service NAS," and the Fleet will cooper- ( .) and' Duval County Chapters climaxed ten weeks of intensive

Springs Naval Station to rehearsals will be held at 0930 Thursday, ate in the service. of the National Foundationfor training for the young officers in

at the Little Theatre I Nov. 26, at All Saints Chapel Capt. Martell H.' Twitchell, Infantile Paralysis, with the billets of the Naval Air Estab
every night, for the past month. The call to Thanksgiving will be cooperation of the Navy. lishment, centered around the
Burnham C. ) Senior Chaplain forxNAS, will deliver On hand to the deli
Anderson not only makes a tough given by Capt. oc- supervise Importance of the jobs they
Army MP, but also handles curtain Caffree, NAS commanding officer, the Thanksgiving message. cate transfer of Mrs. Lewis to a would hold in the Fleet, the
and sound cues during the The Children's Choir under the second iron lung previously in items which
go towards main
show $25 Bond Prize direction of Miss. Jean Maas will stalled in the R4D, were Dr. S. M. taining the morale of personnelin
Wells of Jacksonville, Capt. W. E.
sing, "We Gather Together" and the modern services, and the
Paul Snyder, MAD, and Sy Kline, senior medical officer,
Offered For Best the Adult Choir, under the direction importance of the leadership I
Fader IIN Naval NAS Jax and E. P. Irons
Hospital:' also I ; ; Comdr the officers in
young the technical -
of Mr, W Bed-
Stephen
perform off-stage dutIes when not administrative assistant of the
CartoonDo ner, will sing .a Thanksgiving fields to which they will be
in the spotlight And Jerry Hjert, Safety Infirmary assigned.
ComFairJax, who plays "Manion"on Anthem.
you know Jasper Catas-. Listed Billets
stage, wields an expert paint Mans at 0800
trophe? NATTC Sets Admiral Switzer listed the various .
brush and won renown as the Catholic services at St. Ed-
He is the little who billets for which the graduating .
always
"builder of a machine gun." guy ward's Chapel will' be 'celebrated
Plenty of seaU should} be avail- does the wrong thing when he with a Low Mass at 0800, offered 'Leave PolicyThe class 1iad been selected,
able, as the NATTC Auditorium, gets behind the wheel of a car on by Father Edward J, Dunn. and emphasized the importanceof

opened for the two performances the public highway. Jasper can't Lt. Jg) Robert F, Barlik, period of Dec 19 Jan 3 each in filling the vital rolesin
help it, He was born for catastrophe the Naval Air Combat teamof
of 'Mister Roberts" through the Catholic Chaplain at NATTCenter, has been established as a holiday
cooperation of Lcdr Pete Culbertson when NAS Memphis adopted will otter a Mass at 0830 at the period for the Naval Air Technl, today's modern Fleet.In .
scats more than 2,500. How him as the leading characterin Cecil Field Chapel.: cal Training Center. covering the supposed ex.

ever, tickets will be sold widely, a cartoon series pointing out Services will not be conductedat Students, instructors and ship's istcncc of low morale in the \
so it might be well to get them the grave importance: (no pun in company personnel have been authorized Armed Services hc'said, "I know
the Naval
early. tended) of observing traffic regulations at Hospital Chapel or two-week leaves In two nothing that sustains the morale
NATTCenter.All .
driving courtesy., and of a Naval Officer as successfullyas
Civilians should have no trouble groups.
personnel, their families and
good sense. The of Instruction the conviction that his Job is
coming aboard the Station either friends, are cordially Invited to at- regular course
night, aa their tickets will serve The Automotive Safety Board, tend these services: will be suspended during the I important, that he is needed in it,
as passes at the Main Gate. headed by Comdr E. P, Irons, i period, but a course of modified and the tools they give him are .,
MC, of the NAS Jax Infirmary, Safety Board was appointed. The or supplementary instruction will the best to be had."
is now on the lookout for Jasper's Board Is planning* an extensive be provided so that personnel not As prospective leaders In the
Blood Volunteers twin brother. The search for himis program details of which will be on leave may be gainfully em- most advanced technical fields of

so urgent that a $25 defense revealed as they are completed. ployed. aviation he expressed the Importance -
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Needed Fill
To bond is being offered the Board of their Instilling within'
by ,............,.,''d.. ..,, ..
for the best cArtoon showing this their enlisted technicians the desire .
375-Pinf Quota ""
character at work. : to continue careers In Naval

A replenishment of whole Holiday leaves will be plentifulin Aviation, and to do this ,their
blood credited to the Navy account the next two months as many ;..' qualities of leadership would haveto

must be made in Decem- start the long trek home for ,: .. be equally as high as the capabilities -
ber, due to amounts that have Christmas or New Year's. The i of. the technicians.
been used in the period between Navy wants to see everyone get Tenth Class
Sept. 3 and Nov. 16, it was learned back safely. So those handy with The graduation'ceremonies held

to day from Lcdr. Arthur T. the pencil or the pen will have an \- several special significances, not
McCarley, NAS Infirmary. opportunity to create a real cartoon .. only in that Admiral Switzer performed .
Volunteers are requested to donate character who will work as .1ft the final address to I the
blood at a rate of about 125 hard for Jacksonville as Jasper :'' students, but also it was ,th*
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donors per day on Dec. 15, 22, does for Memphis.The .. tenth class since the school's inception .
and'29. The Jacksonville Blood contest-is open to everyone, and it is the last graduation
Banks' mobile"unit will be readyto 'military or civilian. All entriesare T. which will be attended by"

take donations starting at 0800 to be submitted to Comdr. ..... the school's present training officer
each day in the building formerly Irons in Bldg 8, as early as pos- ":C. ..:. !tf' .' Comdr. Gerald E. Myers,
occupied by the Armed Forces sible but before Jan. 15 when the who is due shortly to be releasedto -

Blood Donor Center adjacent to contest. ends. : Inactive duty.
the Station Infirmary. The best cartoons submitted will t \ After his speech Admiral Switzer .

Donors may be civilian or military be published weekly in the Jax presented diplomas to ,'personnel who qualify for Air News, with the best of theseto graduates, beginning with honor
the replenishment. The need Is be awarded the 525 defense; man Ensign Hugh S. Campbell.
said to be greater for O type bond. Judging will be by a com- 'EnsIgn Campbell Is graduate

blood, the most common type, mittee appointed by Capt. Burn- of Cornell University, with .
with about 25 per cent other ham C. McCaffree, commandingofficer AGO HONOR GRADUATE-Rear Adra. Wendell Gray Switzer D.S. degree in Dairy Husbandry.
types required. Schedules will be NAS Jax. (left) Chief of Naval Air Technical Training congratulates A former enlisted man in the
made known by Station notice The cartoon contest I Is the first Ensign Hugh S. Campbell upon being graduated as honor man in field of electronics and electricity,
the tenth class to attend Aviation Ground Officer School. Admiral
published near the dates blood'will direct action taken In the Interest Switzer delivered the principal address at the graduation ceremonies he will attend the Electronics Officer
be taken. .. of safety since the Automotive held at NATTCentcr last Friday School in Memphis, Tenn. .


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VF-JOJ, VA-J05, VF-173> V/-2, Fasron Six Report CAG-10 ,Returns




'F i- Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons--- -- After Caribbean Six WeeksIn ,



, fk ,"Y-I01 ,." Six: weeks duty aboard, the

, :i, During their current Mediterranean Jured leg M'," USS Randolph, in the Caribbean,
. cruise aboard the USS Two new men, Wayne L.- Pad- ,; < ended for three squadrons :and' ,
den, AM2, and William E: Wallington the: staff of Carrier Air roupl0'(
, Franklin D, Roosevelt, the '"Grim r
I .. Reaper of VF-l6l have participated BN, Joined the VA-105 upon its return, to NAS Cecil '
t. ranks this week. Padden reported Field Sunday.
, In three'major fleet exercises I
from NAF, Port; Lyautey and I Led Comdr. .
, assisted Greek earthquake -'- by Raymond P. t..
.tl. tlctlms, visited'numerous Mediterranean iVatlington came from duty Kline, the Fleet Air' Jacksonville
aboard the USS Valley Forge. r air participated in routini'I
t ports and dominated the group
L *F.D.R.V inter-divisional, athletic Highlighting the "All l Hands" : training exercises aboard the :.
r program. *> soft-drink party, held at ''Gftmo'l Essex class carrier, which wag
I last month was an pffleers vs.,'enlisted making its shakedown cruise. '

t simulated The "Reapeis"air attacks participated against in men Softball' game a 1I During the Caribbean cruise,

that produced many hits, the carrier .
and CAG
game : aircraft -10
Malta and along with other units 1j'-
,
f errors, 'and a. good time for
many
t of CAG One joined NATO forcesfiom 'all. completed an Operational'for and

Greece, Italy, and Tuikey'lndefense Readiness Inspection, which
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j I of the Mediterranean dur- they received a "well don from '
VF-173
I lug operations "Weldfast" and, Vice Admiral John J. Ballentine* ,
I Black Wave.. The old Navy phrase about Commander, Air Force, U. S. Atlantic -
joining[ up and 'seeing the woild Fleet.

i I While maintaining their flight has worked out pretty well, for DADDY'S 1I0l\l -One of the heartwarming welcomes given "The fine performance of the
VF-101's officers and
I proficiency, the officers and jnen of VF-173 to members of Carrier Air Group 10 upon Its return to NAS Cecil officers and crew of the Ran
men still found time to play a I Caribbean cruise was this one for Lcdr.
tour of from
who had a grand foreign Field Sunday a *
and her air
I
leading role in the Roosevelt's Jeff and VIcki, age dolph group on the
ports while 'en route to the. Far Horace II. Brock of VF-101. Six-year-old
ter-divisional athletic competition. three._ do the honors. ORI was extremely gratifying.I .
r East on a carrier.
Their volley ball team is ,undisputed I slot. All hands frantically am very proud of your hard
Vatican and the Catacombsa
An of towns l In the Med. City
array work and superb team work. My
I champion of the ship, having dreamed of but snapped pictures.
Middle East trip by many
and the were scenes
in and hearty, well done and best wishes
won every game league realized'by few After a-stop at Colombo, Cey-
playoff competition. of "Jester" liberty, with Naples i for continued success", said Ad-
I first. The ship pulled into the The Suez Canal entrance cityof lon, the squadron observed the miral Ballantine.

As captain and promoter, Lt. picturesque harbor after three, Port Said was the next town usual ceremonies when the ship Third carrier air formedin
group
r (jg) Thomas! M. Kastner has led stormy weeks on the Atlantic. seen by the Jesters. The nativesof crossed the equator, and the polli- the Jacksonville area since

the carrier's soccer team to three Popular tours were dispatched to that town were curious as to wogs became shellbacks. Comdr. the Korean War began, CAG10was

; wins and one tie. The squadron Rome, Pompeii, Sorrento and the whether the ship would' make it Fritz Luebke, skipper of the Jesters -. commissioned at Cecil FieldOn

I basketball team is presently in Isle of Capri. through the canal and crowds administered the rites of the May 1, 1952, by Rear Adm.
second the result five
of.
place as The Rome tour proved to be gathered to watch the grey moun- initiation, along with all those Osborne B. Hardison, Commander -

I n Ins and one loss. most popular, with visits to the tain of Iron glide, into the narrow salty old vets of a trip across the Fleet Air, Jacksonville..
r In the Tseml-f Inals of the Roosevelt earth's belt.
.w.wKwuu +W' : pK nr 5w4: .INryy r
.mwYMWRdN/ja
tennis tournament, the .. I I A liberty was enjoyed by all ANP( ) School here and later to

\ bquadion's executive officer, Lcdr. hands at Manilla, P.I. before ATA) School at Memphis, Tenn.

J. O. Mayo, is scheduled to play going on to further duty In June of '52, he was sent FFTto

Kns. A. R. Gurney, Jr., of the Fasron Six and two months

.hip's "X" division.. vjr-8 later transferred to Attack Squadron -

4 The "Welcome Mat" was ex- 175. After making one Med.

i VA-105 k."j: tended to three new members of cruise with 175 and advanced from
A mark of "excellent", and a \ ; VJ-2 recently when Robert L. ATAN-AT3, he exchanged duties '

eibal commendation from the Broadbent, YN3; Darrel D. Atte- with a member of Fasron Six in

uhlp's Commanding Officer were berry, PN2; and Donald W. Coty, July of this year and has been

received by VA-105 during a recent I' I,, ATAN, reported aboard for duty.A here ever since.
't
Captain's Inspection aboard 'k fond farewell was'bid to Ray- John R. Dvoroznajc, AE3, ojie)
the USS Randolph. '. x1a. of Fasron Six's outstanding athletes -
d mond Paulikowekl, TDAN, who
The Captain said'he was especially for the past three years, was
... was transferred to "C" School at
pleased with the appearance 4- $''>" 1 1k4 Memphis, Tenn. David Press, discharged Wednesday, Nov. 18,

of all officers and ,men of AE3, and John M. Phillips, AL3, after serving ,three years and ten
VA-105. : months In the Navy. He plans to
'" have made the "big jump" from
Twenty squadron pilots, five : military to civilian life. stay in Jax for several days before -
"
"first-timers," made a total of 40 :< returning to his home in San
___: landings aboard the USS Tarawato ,
ONLY THIS FAR Emphasizing,the of avoiding the display at Imeson Airport duringthe Two
become qualified for night necessity men were advanced In rate
carrier Bulgarian border during' NATO Exercise "Weldfast" In Greece"is 50th Anniversary of Aviation to pay grade E-3, recently! .after
landings.
...Lt. R. S. Schler (left), air Intelligence officer of VF-101. Officers celebration recently. The display ,
All squadron personnel had being briefed before takeoff are (left to right), Lt. (jg) Jim Hayes, Included many posters showingthe passing examinations conductedby
greetings for Lt. Loren Willoughby Lt. Leroy W. Skelly, and Ensign W. II. Pierce. VF-101 ,currently "Hunters" operating during a the Education Ottici"New
and Hugh Fairman, ADI, both aboard the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. hurricane The"Hurricane rates. went to John P. Hughes,
flight ,
of whom returned to the squadron YNSA-YNSN, and Philip R .
Hunters" also participated in a
after medical treatment at Family Trio-Members Of Willow Storch, AA-AN.
similar demonstration at :Miami
the Naval Hospital, Jacksonville. Elbert L. Vick, Jr., MNC, reported -
recently in another 50th Anniversary -
Lt. Willoughby was Injured in an Grove's VF-933 Here For Duty of Flight celebration. to the Squadron for duty

emergency parachute jump last .. Nov. 18, from Instructor's Schoolat
August and Fairman had been Not one, not two, but three men Norfolk, Va. He has been assigned -
( joined his Dad member of Fasron SixElectronio's :
as a
\
undergoing treatment for an in- from the'same family are working to the Mine Shop.
VF-933, over six and a half years Division officer se-
together in Reserve Fighter
Edwin is an AF3 In the lects native South Carolinian,
ago.
Squadron 933 at the Navy's Air
Toys For Fleet Reserve Training Base at Willow Navy John P, Butler, AT3,' as this Color Movies

Frank A. Kleshlck, SR, the third week's "White Hat of the Week"
Grove, Pa.Frank ,
Xmas Parties 'P. Kleshlck, EMPC1 and member of the,family trio and the for his. conscientious and diligent Help To Brief
in the Division.After .
two of his sons, Edwin M*. and youngest of the group, joined VF- performance

Are Procured Frank A., helped VF-933 win the 933 last June upon his graduation completing boot trainingat Flight Crews
Noel Davis Trophy presented to I from high school. San Diego, he was sent to
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Christmas toys designated for it as the best all-around squad.. m A new series of technicolorfilms

distribution during the Fleet Air ron of the 20 Naval Air' Reserve. dealing with the FJ-2 "Fu-

Jacksonville and Fleet Air Wing bases recently. ** ry" jet fighter is one of severalnew

11 patties on Dec.: 19 have arrived The three "week-end waders" :it$ ; 1k 1kM movies about' jet aircraft operations -

here according to Lcdr. John N. from New Jersey were recently on : ;Y1N recently received by the

Montgomery'chaplaln of Fleet Air a tour of duty at NAS Jackson Aviation Training Film Library. __

Jacksonville. ville. Four: reels devoted to the

"Santa has notified me he'll Chief Kleshick is an "old vet" "Fury", the Navy's version of the

have a present for each youngster with military service beginning Sabre-jet, Illustrate its flight Capabilities -

whose name has been registered during World War I. lIe served ,' maneuverability, com-

with the representative of his with the Army's 79th Division In < bat effectiveness and carrier operations

father's unit", informs Lcdr. France and was wounded; In I bat (MN 7865)).

Montgomery For squadrons expecting deploy-

Unit representatives are Lt. tle.With the outbreak the ,sec- 44LIKE ment to carriers, the film "Jet

Roger R. O'Donnell, VC-62; Lt. ond World War, Chief Kleshfck Aboard" (MN 5395 B) will proveof

Ralph J. Touch, VP-16; Lt. Robert waived a 59 per cent veteran's value for its orientation of

F. Wheeler, VU-4; Lt. James W. disability and joined the Navy's crews in flight deck handling of

Ten Brink, VJ-2; Lt. Dayo D. ,"Seabees" as an EMPC. In 1946, jet aircraft. Detailed proceduresfor

Prindle, VF-174; Lt. Joseph E. he Joined'VF-933 at Willow Grove, t spotting, securing and servic-
_
,
Donnelly, Fasron 6; Lt. Wiley V, Pat and has been a member of ing jets are given, as well as

Conover FAW-11; Lt. Archie H. that squadron ever since. He Is TilE NAVY-Pride of Willow Grove's VF-933 Is this hints on catapulting and taxiing.

Carson Fasron 109; Lt. William currently master-at-arms for the Navy-family trio comprised of Frank P. Kleshick, EMPC '(center) For Information regarding these
and his two sons, Edwin M. Kleshlck! AF3 (left) and Frank A.
H. Wilson ComFairJax; Lt. Raymond squadron films, call 423 or contact Aviation -
I Kleschitk*, SR, shown, discussing their squadron's flight status
A. Jankpwskl, Faetu; and" The Chiefs eldest con, Edwin, board during a two week training period here. Chief Kleschirk, a. Training Film Library, BIdff.
Lt. Robert T Darcy, VP-18. "heard the cajl'] $Jo \arlns" 'and veteran of World Wars I and II, joined VF-933 In June, 1946. 1168., __


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Assume Duty


At GCA UnitThe

Ground Control ApproachUnit

at. NAS changes ort cers-lri-

charge this week all Lcdr.. RobertA

Shirley.leaves to attend' helicopter -
school at PensacolsC; Fla. j
He'will be relieved by'Lcr., Daniel

W Home, Jr., who,. reported to
Jacksonville from' GCA school. in
Olathe, Kan. Y:

The unit also Recently welcomed
.. ... a new assistant offiCer-in-charge, "

'1 1 .:, \ Lt. James R. LaCroix, who relieved -. kc1tIbt'
Lt. Luther'w,. Doyle.. Lt.
.-.,' ... to .
." : Doyle received.ordel'a' Lighter -- --------
Than Air School in Glynco, Ga REVIEW RESOURCES-
verJU: ; Wright, AEC, (left) educational ACM-Personnel
., '. _1.__. _.. Along with these personnel representative of the
changes the unit has received a newly commissioned Aviation
REALISTIC 1\IOVEl\IENTS-one of the Navy's latest type Jet change in equipment. A completenew Guided Missile School, and Take Time Out
link trainers get an operational test by Lcdr. William A. Ostapenko Denny Golden, SN, look over
set of GCA has been
(left) officer-ln-charge of FaetuLant Detachment Two, and gear the reference material so far
Lt. Raymond Jankowskl. The new link trainer which is capable Installed this fall and Is now in compiled for the .school's off- For Test SeriesThe
of simulating practically all flight conditions of Navy Jets, Is the complete operation. duty educational pro r r a m.
first one assigned to the Jacksonville area.
Prior to attending GCA School, Over a hundred high school or instructors and support pei-
Lcdr Home attached to the college tests have. been riven sonnet of the commissioned
First Assigned HereFaetuLant was newly .
I I since the schools inception.
USS,Monterey as Air' Operations Aviation Guided i Missile School
Officer for over two years.. Dur Capt.! Wallis New GOOf have taken time out from their
Begins. Courses ing and after World War II he duties of preparing the school for ..
was attached to VA-15A and VB- Sub Group One commissioning to take USA F I
153 aboard the carriers Kearsage General Education Development ...
Wallis
Capt. Adelbert V. suc
With New Jet Link Trainer Doxer and Antietam, and also ceeded Capt. A. J. Peterson as Tests.
served a tour of flight instructor Commander of. Subordinate Some of the men have taken

duty at Corpus Christi, Texas. Group One, Florida Group, at the the High School Level GED Test
Over seven mile of wire, stretching through 256 tubes, are used Lcdr Shirley reported to Jacksonville Green Cove Springs Naval Sta- to obtain a high school diploma
to comprise and control the new jet link trainer acquired last week by from GCA school earlyin tion, during change of command from their high school. Others
FaetuLant Detachment Two. 1952. Upon completion of helicopter cecrmonies last\ Friday. took the test to meet one of the
Capable of simulating flight of school 'be111 be trans- Captain Wallis comes to Flor- requirements for the Limited Duty .
sounds made by tires touching the
any Navy Jet aircraft, the new runway on a landing. ferred to ComAhLant for further ida Group after serving as U. S. Officer Program .
2-F-23 greatly enhances the safe- assignment.Lt. Naval Attache at the American The tests were given at the
ty factor !n',. Jet flying, especiallyon Two explosions like the ones LaCroix was also a student Embassy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Guided Missile; School instead of
instruments heard by a pilot entering and at GCA school before reportingto ., the USAFI" Testing I Center In
In 'addition, the link will permit leaving the sound barrier are furnished Jacksonville, and' previous to Captain Peterson returns to Bldg. 955 at NAS to enable more
indoctrination In the use of the on recordings played at fitting that was aboard the, USS Essex sea as commanding officer of the men to take advantage of the op-
newest instruments and radio navIgation intervals during the simulated which operated in Korean waters. USS Mount Baker AE-4)( ). portunity. Tests wei'e procured
systems. All radio equipment flight. ------.-- by the educational representative, f
used in an actual jet is pro- Extremely realistic movementsare Comprehensive'lnstruction O. L. Wright, AEC, with the .help
produced by the link in the of D. N. Klrkner, ATC
tided in the Jet link, first to be'assigned
I
reproduction of a stall-out, that Records compiled on tests com
Reproduces here. SensationsT point when the lift of the wingsno P2V Ordnance Courses pleted show that fifty-five per '
longer equals the weight of the cent of the school's Instructor and
h e realistic reproduction of aircraft The trainer simulatesthe support complement have taken
night sights, sounds, and feelings fishtailing done by real planes. High School Level GED Tests
Include lightning, thunder, the pit Include GCA Problems Now Given By NAMTD thirty-two per cent have taken
of rain and squealing
ter-patter Ground Control Approach problems First Year Level College Tests, rand
are dealt with in detail in I Thorough instruction in the fifteen per cent have taken
the trainer. Precision scopes leg- I maintenance, operation, service I job. Since this includes the role the 2CX or Second Year College
ister deviation from the glide path. and overhaul of the types of gun of low-level attack bombardier Test. The latter test is to be discontinued -
The path of the airplane's taxiingis turrets now In use In P2V type and operator of the 70 million can- by USAFI after Jan 1,
recordedand straying off the aircraft is now available throughthe dlepower wingtip searchlight, as
runway will result in flashing of a Naval Air Mobile Training De- kill as bow-gunner, .the course Is \
I SALTY HUMOR FROM red light. tachment in Bldg. 702. fairly comprehensive.A 1954.Navy's AssistAppreciated

I HER AND THERETom Almost every indicator in the The whole course takes a week, mounted model of the Mar- _'
Jet link trainer is electronically and is open to aviation ordnancemen tin 250-CE upper deck turret is
: "That's a nice dress you controlled and operated. The only aviation I 'electricians and also at the disposal of the train- .
kayo on"Shirley exceptions are the mechanically flight crewmen. Classes are con- ing detachment in the instruction
operated stick and rudder ducted in of, five to ten of the course
: "Yes. I wear it tot con- groups By UCP StaffFifteen
.as." trols. men.
SAt Information concerning link S "'S The mobile unit offers this and star-studded hours of

a wake in Boston- courses may be obtained from The Emerson Aero 9-B nose tur other courses foe: qualified person television promoting charity for
Pat' was standing at the head Lcdr. Bill A. Ostapenko, offlcerIncharge ret, mounted for study on a large nel in the Jax: area, and travelsas the Cerebral Palsy Drive gained
ef Mike's casket, paying his final of FaetuLant DetachmentTwo. movable base, has facilities for all far south as Key West, as far extra assistance in. the form of
north as NAP Glynco, Brunswick,
respects. To Mike's ,widow, who actual phases of the nose-gunner's Ga. singers, dancers musicians and

was nearby, he remarked, "Doein.t Relative to these courses offered four hour telephone watches
he look wonderful?" from
of the
personnel Jax-Navy
by the NAMTD, a recent Admin
"And why shouldn't he," said istrative :and Material Inspection Commands last l Saturday, .
the widowed spouse, "he's been In conducted by Comdr. Herbert C. Along with such top name
Miami all winter" Ferguson, executive officer i of stars as Robert Q. Lewis, Jane
NATTC Memphis; and a staff of Pickens, Bob Manning' Connie
The pilots training on the car- officers from NAMTD headquarters Haines' Navy stars included Miss
rier were reminded time and time prompted very favorable 1 Bob! Borrowes, the "Kanaka"
again about radio silence and unnecessary comments on facilities available Marines from NATTC, and baritone
chatter. The squadronwas here. John Payne, NAS.In .
circling around the ship aft For information concerning opening the show Lewis Introduced -
er a tough exercise when a voice e courses available at NAMTD, con- Mayor Haydon Burns!!
was heard to uy: 8 S g. tact the Offlcer-in-Charge, e, (tension and Rear Adm. Osborne B.
"Boy! What a problem that ro i 587 Hardison, Commander Fleet Air
'was, I really fouled up." OK'4 t.1t t. Jacksonville, who representedthe

Then: "T h i Is is Commander Telephone Center OpenTo Navy. .
Jones! Who made. that last trans- accommodate' the numerous Upon request of Commanding
mission?" calls expected 6n ThanksgivingDay Officers of NAS, and NATTC,
the Telephone Center at about 40 Waves volunteered for
There was complete silence until -
"I ; NATTCenter will four hour watches as telephone
a timid voice answered: be open from
may be fouled up Commander, but 0830 to 2230. Manager James operators on stage during the
I'm not that fouled up." Steed has also 'announced that performances and drive.

S .........." ...1'' : '" ,... fruits, nuts, and candies will be schools On one and night alone the various
roof -- -- offered to refresh- ships company of ;
Tenant; "The is leaking patrons as .
,badly. The rain comes through. GUNNERY TECHNIQUE Various phases and fine points of ments. NATTC supplied almost 100 vol. ,
How much longer is this going to the nose gunner's Job on a P2V patrol plane are covered by Floyd unteers to fold envelopes. :,\:
.; Mat?" AOl (right), in the course on gun turrets taught at the "Where we gonna eat?1""Let's The staff of UCP expressed
Mobile Training Detachment Building 70%. Students are left to eat the street appreciation to the Navy for its
Landlord: "What do you think right) Donald Nelson, A03.; Richard. Cronk,, AOAN\. and (inside. ) 'up ''i':
.\. 1 unitf, a weatherman?", '. < I A, G. Blume) A02. "N,,,,, J hate ,asphalt/!" assistance-, -

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Swan! Song



The hand writing was on the wall last Saturday after

noon and nobody bothered to alter the. text I Two to three

John Charvat touchdwon favorite Pensacola Navy was better by five, 31-0,

By as the corpse of Jax Navy football was ,buried under warm

In all probability, this will be i turf at Varsity Field.In .

our last column for the Jax Air its dying breaths, the "Thin derstaffed Fliers. ,

News. For that reason, we'd like Thirty's" mummy was still)icking
in the first J. D.
Midway period,
the wounds inflicted from a campaign
to take this opportunity to publicly ,
,. ,
Smith returned Jax
a Navy puntto
that produced a scant two
thank those who have made
,
the Pensacola 48 to Ignite
our stay here both pleasant and wins while sustaining seven defeats -
another touchdown blast. Graves
ssibteOur I ',if Theie may be some solace
p ,> ,, 'r-" ,", IT wide
that the Brigade Rams cancelled," gobbled ;yards on a pitch
sincere appreciation to Ah- i' Sept. 26. out and Fullback Ray Meier added *

dy Planey, Editor of the Jax Air ( five on "a shot through tM

News, whom weVe been fortunate For all practical purposes, the
ACTION IN GRID FINALE John Smith (40)) fleet Pensa- middle.
,
enough to work for since Match carnage Saturday was settled in
cola halfback, is shown churning: up the turf during, first quarter the first two minutes of Three TDs in First Quarter
3, 1952. And, to the Public In- action in Saturday's Jax Navy-1'ensacola grid encounter. Comingin : compe. Vohden went upstairs again,
formation Officers we've served for the tackle is Flier end Jesse Arnold (35). Smith led the tition. .
under, Lt. Dave Barksdale (past) Goshawks on the ground in a 31.0 victory over the Filers, to Shoddy Pass Defense this time to End Dave Owen, who

and Lcdr. Curtis J. Zane (present spoil the locals grid finale and put another black mark on an Already Frank Graves a mercury heeled side-stepped Lou Cimarolli on the

sluggish season Texas Tech graduate, operatingfrom 10 to lug across a 26 yard pay-.
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right halfback, slipped momentarily off pitch.
To I.edr. RUhard V Donahue,
Heated unnoticed down the east Still in the initial heat, Buster
JA8 Special Senior Officer, Playoffs Underway
whit succeoded Lcdr Harry sideline haul in.a 61-yard scoring Owens, subbing for Vohden tossed

toss from Ray Vohden, elud- 12 yards to Bob Ried for a tally,
K n h k Ie bin fJ In August, '52.
ing Jack plshop in the race for climaxing, a 48 yard foray which

Coach" Frank and "nines"McCaffrey we'\e, whose'flvesl' fol In Mainside Keg LoopWith the cross stripes. required eight plays. Ned Snyder

10Wlor two aeasons. These! The play culminated an' 80-yard added the conversion and it wa

drive the first time the Goshawkshad 19-0 through the first half.
men" made the wheel. go 'round regular season play 1
vy of Frank He 'er, possession and was indicativeof In the third stanza, Smith inter-

Malnslde.. ended, activity in the Main- Steady shooters for the Air the long afternoon in store cepted a shot from "Tex" Wester-

Naturally, we are unhappy side Intramural Bowling i Wingers throughout the season for Coach Dick Maylander's un- man on the Goshawks' 37, slantedto
about But there is I
leaving.: no League is concentrated on the have been Milt Kesslnger and L. the right and went all the way
lancour in our heart. In two
'our-team playoff now being D. Ifowden. behind good blocking.
full seasons of athletics at Jax STRIKES

Navy, we've met some fine gentlemen held on the Building Three Main reason for Hospital's Arnold, Pjle 8hln'

both on and off the playing lanes. I strong showing is Paul Jula, Individual SPARES Lat in the fourth period,
Graves took a punt from
fields. average winner, who Bishopon
FAW-ll, Hospital, VJ-2 and VP. lazed a steady trail throughoutthe SPLITSIn hU own; 21, veered to the west
The 1952 baseball varsity, the 18 are the units battling for second season sideline and scampered 79 yards

bulk of which is no longer on place in the final league standings close pursuit all season long, untouched for the final marker.
Weakest of the playoff clubs is
this station. Johnny McCaffrey, Fasion Six recently coppedthe Hospital's Paul Jula has taken the End Jesse Arnold and Fullback
VP-18, hurt badly by' the Joss of
Tom
Phil Bill
Righter
Ulyon
league championship.The Individual championship in the Edgar Pyle distinguished themselves -
Schuckeis, Gordon( Lassila, Dick several key men, including Carl :
Patrolmen of VP-18 edged Mainside Intramural I Bowling in a losing effort by the
Edolo and Bob Bachman.
Brock to mention few.
just a
out VC-62 No. 1, early season lead. League"from Carl Edolo of VP-18. Fliers.

And, '53 regulars- Tom Neely, ers for the fourth playoff spot, Tram FINAL J.TANDINO-\V. I. JVt. Final averages just released by The visitors were content to

Jim. Coughlin, Lucky Luttrell, Bob while -VJ-2 dumped Supply's keg Fusion Six ,t.',.. ..... 48 12 .HOO Special Services shows Jula hav- play with third and fourth stringers -
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1'Aw-'1 .. ..42 18 .700
Horne, Jim Eason, Ira Abelson lers from the running in a makeup Hospital ....;. ....... 41 11! .68.1 ing an edge on Edolo on the through most of the afternoon .
Joe Fay and Matt Woloszyn. All VJ-J: ....... ., ......, 41 11 .683
match last week, to earn alayoff VP-18 .. .. ......,.. 39 21 .650 strength of games rolled. as Head Coach Bill Bailey swept
and more livened an interesting \C-62 NO 1 .......... 38 22 ..631Vh'171 a 57-man .bench.
> spot. . ......,.. 36 24 .000( The Hospital kegler I finished
season. Cliff Prosek and John Ruggieri Supply . ......... 35 25 .5&1 with a 173 In 44 games. While Figure Point Average
Always a pleaser to watch I iasion 109. .. ........ 35 25! & .
led the 'Cane Hunters., currently VC- 2 No.2. ........ 34 'Jh .567 Edolo, also having 173, has competed Through the completed" season,
and write about, the 1952-53) Operations ....... 31: 29 .517 Jax Navy managed 74 points on
basketball, like Hob hottest team in the league, to a I'rev Medicine ...... 22 3* ..167ComFalr in 34 games.
squad. Guys
whopping 2,407 pinfall. Jax ........ 19 41 .317 its own behalf against nine op
Cirabar, Vince. Zoda, Dirk Tate, Personnel .,.,...."..15 41! .250 Three of the top ten places are The Fliers
Winning I nine of its last 11 VF-ll ............... 0 58 .000 held by Fasron Six keglers, Main- ponents. relinquished .
Ward Welwl" Hob Reinhardt, VP-16 ... .to........ 0 50 .000 146 points, thus trailing in an
matches, six by shutouts, VJ-2, side champions
Roger Stelma, Al Itullard and 16.2to
'' average score, 8.2.Ja.x .
JoeLl ter provided pyrotechnic led by Ruggieri i and Prosek, 'Vic Cieplinskl and Don Lamayare
Personnel TraF Navy figured in five shut
from start to finish. jumped into contention almost ac third and fourth with Stan
outs, absorbing'three defeats (Fort
overnight. Vie For Grid CrownSecond Kresowiak holding the tenth spot.
Service is with
football never Belvolr, 19-0; Eglin AFB, 33-0?
PAW- 11, one of the leagued An unsung performer has been
out its has-beens and
aren't-yets, game of a best-of- Pensacola, ,31-0)) and winning a
better balanced clubs, has been sixth-place holder John Brkich,
and Jax Navy is no exception. three series between Personnelof pair (Shaw AFB, 13-0; Atlanta
I aided of late by the bowling sav who has been mastering the lanes
Through two seasons, however, the Mainside and Training FacilIties GSD, 32-0),
Fliers- have built around the mid- of 'NATTCenter for the unnoticed with a weak ComFalr Losses were handed the Fliers

dleman and it has been fun to follow StationVolleyballChampionship All-Station Intramural Touch Jax FINAL team. TOT TICK AVKRACKSN by Fort Bennlng, 12.7; Tampa U.,

them. Football Championship will be m Game Avg.Jala 26-8; Norfolk Navy, 12-9, and
hospital. ...... 44 1711Edoln
We speak of footballers Joe Ku- .n.
To played this afternoon at 1600at VP-18 ............. M 173 Miami, 137. _
rash, Darrell Spang, Jesse Arnold, Varsity Field.A ClepUn.kl. 'a.ron Sh:: ... 39 169 .
Lamay, Fasron Silt ....,., 39 166
Leo Kelly, Jack Bishop, Ron Law- 'third game, If needed, is Keasinger jo'AW.U ....... 40 164 "My idea of an understanding
head, Joe Fronko, Harry Stuldre- VP-16 Gators Brklch CnmJo'alr Jai .... 45 162 wife," said the Bos'n, "is one who
scheduled Friday at the same Dumond Supply 42 162i&J
her, Don Me y e r chi c k, Larry VP-16 currently tied for site and time. Ruggterl a-, v.1.2 ... :::::::: 42 has pork chops ready when you
sec Clifford F..ron 109 ..... :tl 13
White Everett Crews Junior Cas- come home from :
a fishing trip.
ond place in Mainside competition, ,Kreaowlak Fasron Six_ .. 37 160
sell and Linwood i
Gray I lost only one of nine games to ,
Coaches Dave Baiksdale and
cart home the first annual Jax
Aaron Brown ('52)) and Dick May- :
Navy Volleyball Championshiplast
lander and I d McNeill ('53)) gaveit
l week, defeating NATTCentcr,
their best shots.
15-12 15.11, in the finals.
At Professional" Jack l iarvey's
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As a result of its win, VP-16
"pasture" one of the finest will represent this station in local,

golf course In these parts, Bill state and regional tournaments,

Scarbroiigh, Ray Bellamy, Jack many of which are forthcoming;'

.1-1\'., Bob Wallace, Johnny Gel- Members of the winning squad

Ion and other made our stay were, team captain Mat Koch,

pleasant. John Senecal, Bill Fischer, Ross

Down NATTCentei' way, "of ft. leaser, Larry Snellen, John Stev-

eered" by Lcdr P. I, Culbertsonand ens, Jim Hollingsworth, Gene

Lt. Paul McCoy, the associations Lewis and Art Douglas.

have also been memorable. Run-down of daily tournament

Tom Long, C. C, Dawson,. Rob competition:

Rogers, "Mitch" Mitchell Chief Monday-VP-16' defeated! Fair on 109,
McGinty and Bob Spellman we re 1517. 15-12 15-11: NATTC defeated
AK School 15-11 15.12.TuesdayVP1a '
member. defeated Fan-on SU. p.--
15-10 Fasron 109 defeated AK:
15-11. ; _
Leon Wilson and Ben Soblera; School 15-13. 155.. ty -
made the tennis wars, worth following Wednesday Fasron Pit!= defeated
Fasron 1OI, 1510. 15-3;, VP-16 defeated M
:. Sharpshooters of note NATTC. 15-11. lill. R

have been Cur ley Lucas, Bob Thunday. 15-11, -1V9 NATTC. defeated FaironSU.

Stringer and Pete Bessette, main- Friday-VP-1 defeated NATTC, 15-

lays in Jax Navy's pistol and rifle 12, 15-11. S., I __ _____________'____. ____.....____ __._._.. ___...m_____....___._._____._.....a ..__no

varsities. The music la so poor in a certain SIX FOR' SIX-This sextet of Fasron Six: keglers wears the "victory look" after successfully

Public information assistance night spot around here that defending the Malnslde Intramural Bowling Championship. The Banshee bowlers ran roughshod

has graciously come from Lt. (jg) the last time a waiter dropped over all opposition to finish with a record of 48 ,wins'and IS"losses, and currently are biding time
awaiting a playoff with NATTCenter* winners for the station championship. Pictured are. (left
Dick Harris and Pete Salvus at a trayful of dishes, everyone got to right, Dave Parsons, Don Lamar, Halg Barsamian, Stan Kresowiak, Vic Ciepllnski, and Bob Per

Please Turn to Page'7, Col. 5)) up to dance -. --. kins. Absent were Jim Manno, Pete Giovannlnl, and Mike Plerrl.'age .

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Tandems Tie' I I Powerful Gators


In'TwoBallComp'etition Place Second InGrid



1M Loop

The carpeted greens and fair* +
Unleashing a powerful 'overlandattack
of the station golf
ways course VP-16 defeated 0 & R,
crowded last week with
were a 25-15, in the final game of a
host of llnksters seeking) prizes In
post-season playoff last week to

a trio of tournaments held as ... '. cop runner-up position In the
of the station links
part activity.tor i
Malnside Intramural Touch Foot
the fall season.
Ii ball League.
In, the annual 'Two nail Foursome ,
Led by two swift Gators, Tom
Turkey Tourney, first flight
Mayton, and Don Sample, the
honors were shared by the teamsof
Patrolmen displayed one of the
Joan and Harry Harty and
better running games ,of the sea
Jean Bryant and Lou Brozo, tied lek son.
with low net 33. >
Sample caused a flurry of excitement -
Shooting exceptional golf, Mrs.
I the
among scant crowdat
Harty and.Mrs. Bryant kept their : A
I Yorktown Field by plowing
teams out of trouble throughoutthe
through the middle for. the first
nine hole route.
I score of the game early in tho
Unlike the old days, It was the ,
opening stanza.
distaff Hide that madf the kill
MISTERS INSIDE. OUTSIDE, ANYSIDE-Tbf! fate of lax Navy's 1953.54 dribble season may Later. In the same period, the
Mid brought home the! bacon, well.rut in the skillful hands of this trio, which will be in the starting lineup Friday night at 2015 fleet Gator back ,again denied
or in this case, the turkey I when the Fliers host VJ-62 of Sanford in the Mainside gym. Left to right, are, Dirk Tate (Mr.. Inside
In the second flight, Bettyjean ), Vince Zoda (Mr. Outside) and Bob Grabaz (Mr.. Anyslde). O & It's defenses, scoring the
Gators second marker on an

place and Fred, while Woodward the duo of copped Grace first and Fliers Tackle VJ-62 end sweep.Mayton .

John Jarrabino emerged from a Friday Night a Sample side-kick,
also crossed twice
triple tie to share nmner-up pay-dirt (or the


honorsIn third/- round matches of the In Debut Of 1953-54 Cage Season winners.0 & R' took third place by

women's division of the Fall Cup virtue of a 24.20 victory over Fas-

Tournament, Dale 'Conner over- ron Six, which slipped from second -

whelmed Bette Cray, 7 and 5, The much anticipated debut of the Jax Navy varsity to fourth place after holding

Joan Harty defeated Anne Rentz, Pugilists Eye basketball] squad becomes a reality Friday night at 2015 the lead through moat of the sea-

when the resolute Fliers bid for victory against VJ-62 of
3 and 1, and Farley Coates wasa son.With
1-up victor over Iva Hansen, State A.A.UeTournament Sanford in the Mainside Gym, Building Three time running out, Lee uncorked -
In a preliminary setto at 1820, ---- a to J, T. Bowen to
in a match that was carried to perlence, but U In better phjbl- pass
the 19th the Jax Navy Waves renew hostilities propel 0 &"R Into the win column. .
green. cal condition than the team of
with the Eglin Air Force ...
A thorn In the bide
of the
First place In the weekly Blind last J ear which caiorted for a ,
Jax Navy-Marine boxing team Base, Wafs. Banshees, IA'eU8 the matter -
Bogey Tourney; ended in a dead- 22-8 record in linprcftfthe' style
lok between John Hughes ((82-6)) will be represented by 15 sailors Hesitant about predicting the "We'll hold our own with'everybody behind a sharp 0 A' R pawning

and Bill Dawson ((88-12)), both and 17 Leathernecks in the an- outcome for his charges in what on the schedule," McCaffiey attack _

matching the Inning number nual Florida State A.A.lj.' Box- promises to be a slam-bang 1953- opined, "and If the boys' come Scoring for FaVon Six were
:54 season, genial Coach Frank Will Ewing, John
76. Ing Championships, Monday along like 'I think they can, We'll Campbell, and
McCaffrey nevertheless hinted, Ron
Dr. Charles E. Adams nailed battle, our tougher opponents Rosen
through Wednesday, at the Du- "We'll win more than we'll lose"
down second place with a 90-18- (Camp cordon, Pan'Is Island, Rol "
72, while Joe Gilcrest-(93-23)( ) and val County Armory. The current edition. I lacks ex- lins College and Foil Jackson) no <

Howling Borgschulte (86-16)) tied The local pugilists are undefeated \ less than even." Final Football

for third position with 70. in team tournaments this sea- Local Mermen Open In naming: his starting five, McCaffiey

Low gross for the afternoon son and hold dual victories over FoesCoach advised that he would Contest Won

was hit by Doe McFadden, who Camp Stewart, Green Cove Against Strong clean the bench whenever possible,

shot, steady golf to card a one- Springs (two) and Fort Jackson. Phil Grlgnon will send his and that as yet, none of the By Dick Szot

over. par 73. Representative from this station Jax Navy varsity swimming team I opening assignments are permanent -

Include: James Wallace, against two formidable' college Despite the usual upsets ahd

147; 1D.. Corson, heavyweight; aquatic squads early next month.. Triggerman In the Fliers' offense ties, Richard Szot, of NAS Para

Late Aerial Nets )t. 'r. Green, heavyweight; TomChahero to open the indoor season. will be Syracuse University chute Loft, came forth with the

156; Tom Samloval, The swimmers will splash I stalwart Bob .Grabaz ((6-2)), who top'selections in the final Jax Air '

Trafac Center 125; Willie Fisher, 165; Itlllle! against Clemson College at Clem- last season, a vet'aged-better than New Football Special of "the
Harper, 125. son, S. C., Dec. 5:S, and a week later 22
I points per game. year '

IM Grid BuntingA Tony Shields, 165; Buicky Lee, oppose, Florida State at Tallahassee Returned Vlnce Zoda ((6-5)), Three men deadlocked with '.

147; Bennie Brown, 119; Harold Natators are working out Long; Island UnUerslty, and six wrong gueses, bu| Sgt. Rafael
14-yard pass from Chuck Ja- Collins, 125; Marcus Botas, 119; NATTCenter Dick Tate ((6-:), Weotein Kentucky Ramos, MAD Disbursing,
nightly at the Indoor
blonskl to Ken Edwards set up Louis Hadley, 156; Shane Page, bate shown a strong:; a II- was awarded second place by-
with all hands for
pool readying
the winning marker as Training 1.78; Jimmy Johnson, 178; Billy llngnesg' to play the style demanded virtue of his 28.0 ,prediction in

Facilities spilled AE School [.0, Cox, 147; Joe Hunt, 147)) Frank a successful season. by 1\f cCaflrf" '. the Jax .Navy Pensacola tiebreaker

last week for the NATTCenter Chamberlain, 178. Jerry Deley, 147; Joe Johnson, Newcomers In the tlpoff quintetare .

Intramural.. Touch Football bunt. Roy Jefferson, heavyweight; 132; Dave Medlin, 132; John Ko- Junior Cassell ((5.11)) and Sharing third place spoils were

ing. Bull Gilchrht, 178; Abe Mcln- tek, 165; and Danny LaCant, 139. "Red" Rogers (6-2). Cassell Is a Mike Gonzales, AM3, of NAR-

LeN than two minutes remained tosh, 147; Chuck Morris, 165; The tournament Is sanctionedby tough fibered KentuckIan who TU, and If. W Alton, 'AT2, of

when" Jablonski pitched a striketo Terry Courneya, 165; Gene Fay- the Florida Association of the likes his,action rough, and Rogers, AGM School. ,

Edwards at the AE six. Bob son, 1S9; Willie Thomas, 156; A.A.U., sponsoietl by Jax Navy I a sensation. Illinois high school;

George went over, on his second Chuck Darden, 139; Joe Brock- and conducted by the Jacksonville. I circles, appears to be a consistent

try through the ,line and the gun May1: 147. Recreation Department scorers I TIME OUT 1|
sounded as TraFac connected for Average height of the starting

the extra, point. lineup is 62. McCaffrey was Continued from Pare G) .

TraFac vs. Personnel quick to point out that the Fliers NATTCenter, 'and Lt. Charles 1 y

Training Facilities will now pit i pjij + will compensate for a 'partial' Tucker, Joe Law, Jerry Short,

1U forces against those of Personnel lack "of height with speed. "But Doug Huggard and the newcom- -

Malnside champs, for the Still," he ,added, "speed won't take era.'ot ComFalr Jax:

All-Station title in a playoff slated the,.balhof the boards. Wane have played an Important

sometime this week.E "The tall. boys that we have, part In athletics at Jax Navy -

a r 11 e r in the week, TraFac however, can really go up," Mc- a. well all the Jax Air News

nudged Aviation Ordnance Navy, b JEi : Caffrey concluded In the latter department, Marl

7.6, with George scoring for the ": Suits will be Issued to Bob Bal- on Springer, Vivian Knox, Mil-

winners and Lou Hanlon for the g > y + fY chunas, Charlie Hallman, Ed Bur- lift Home, Mary )Blxlone and

Gunners. goyne, Al VIsnlus, Bill Ward, Maig Funco hate all been good

AE's title hopes were dampenedby Buddy Layne, Kevin Higgins, Don "teachers". ,/
Marine Aviation Detachment, Scott and Jim -Roberts, in addition -
Air News personnel Dave Dev
which rallied for a stunning 13-7 to the styters.. *
Ed Nelllst Kim
roy, Harper, Ed .
decision. ''John Cloherty and Art Next home appearance of Jax
Henderson, Gordon Robbie and
Sward counted for the Leather- Navy will be Thursday; Dec. 3, Jim
Ryan, newest addition to the
necks, while prolific Jim Daly toted against VC-9 of Sanford. Eleven staff, are due our gratitude. ... .
the six-pointer for the Sparks. engagements are slated for the .
Hanloo Score Three Fliers before the Christmas holidays If we've omitted anyone and

Bill Bunting, Johnny Strlbllck ---- the last of which is Dec 18, it's Impo siblcr to Hat every indi .
CIVILIAN GOLF CIIAJ\IPIONS-FJ1rht winners of the 1953 vidual we've run across, it .Is no -
here
to con- against.Patrick AFB.
a
led AO
and Hanlon Navy
Golf Tourney
Civilian Championship were recently presented -
Station
oversight Space and time
vincing 19-0 conquest of AE trophies by Comdr. John D. Illitch, NAS Executive Officer it
'School. In the championship bracket, Rod Pinney of Operations wrested %Since 1926-27, the coveted Stan- seems, are always. allotted In small. ,',
brother Herb in down-to-the-wire struggle. ley oldest quantities. !
Hanlon carried the mail on ey- the crown from a Cup trophy contested
trimmedAK Pictured above, left to right, Frank McCaffrey, Special Services, for by pros in North America, has Thanks again for a most "
AO enlightening -
scoring play as
ery
third flight winner; Leonard n. Eubanks, of Industrial Relations,
School 20-0. The- Storekeepers champion of the second flight; Pinney, and first flight winner i been won most times by the Toronto experience. See ysfnpithj I 'f"

also lost forfeit to TraFac. oJ ds Maple. Leafs, seven times, S ... ,
by q 'It\ _
ChaJles'ouchera I ; Il II II' I 0 I (I r 1 1'1 .,. II I ( "
It' rallrhl"e .IA. f I trsft, M r' 4 ,. ( fil', ,' J t I i ,.j 'J i''. .. f 1 fl. i 1 S



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Paga Eight JAX AIR NEWS 25 November 1953


Work All Night!
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rmiIIl

Cooks And Bakers Get No
Items offering for sale articles Ut
f
of property such as: washing

machines, automobiles, furniture, '

radios, :clothing end the like are HolidayJ\t\ ThanksgivingTha.nkJg1ving

prohibited by Defense Department
regulations This column will,
/ day doeanMb mean a holiday for the cooks< and bait
'. however; list such services, as wr
rides t, era of fAS Jacksonville, It just means a period of Increased ,work and
available, housing, wanted,
more preparation for the entire galley crew.,
I and lost and found articles, or 6 a '
They don't mind th.e' extra
other similar notices), with decorations Each person
work. In fact they seem to. ,take
served will receive cigarettes
VOn RENT ,
pride In j>elnjr able i to take fenactive
.Furs 1 bdrm., apt. 8530 Matera mixed nuts, and assorted. hard
"
: in the of
part preparation
Ave. Ph. '112-83244, Mrs. Sad- can .. the elaborate feast, to be spread
:
'l ler. Again this, yearno guests wi.be .
before the, personnel( of the NAS,' '
: bdrm. house. Mlddleburg.Ph.. 'allowed: aboard due to the
, NATTCenter, and Mayporl 'mess facilities
available
8.4742 united Ee.
Change 'Pk. Mrs. Saun 1 halls. .
K i1
handle, the present personnel.
sera.Furii .
rm. in" prl.. home. 'Kit. priv v, nr Beginning at midnight tonight ,

6GO Herman St. Ph. 2-4073; Mrs. .." galley hands will go to work'pre

Doling.Furn. JUST ANOTHER' DAY-There will be no rest for the galley paring some four hundred turkeys Center PicksEllingson

crews this Thanksgiving, who will begin at midnight tonight to (8,000 pounds), and 3,000 pounds
house. $65 mo: 5111 Firestone
prepare some four hundred turkeys and 3,000 pounds of, baked of baken ham in ,addition to 2,500pounda
,Rd. Ph. 2-1218,: Mrs; Ar ham for tomorrow'l.dlnner. Getting a head start on the elaborate AsP.OofWeek
'
nold. preparations are (left to right) John Moore ,CS3; Sergio Roy. of glazed sweet pota.toes"and

Furn; 3 bdrm. house. 4557 Blount. CSSN; Charles Robinson,'CSlj: and,John Pralno; SN. 1,000; pounds of green.peas :

Ave. Ph...87-1837; Mrs.'Alcora.. All The Trimming .

Furn 3 rm. cottage. $48'mo. 4340 The salad bars will be graced (This' .. the flghth in a wew

'Baltic, St., Mrs Chitty; BOUNTIFUL MENU ,PLANNEDPersonnel with fourteen hundred pounds 'of petty olficer-of'tht-wtek aerie?

2 ,rm. apt. $15 mo. 1626'Liberty.: fresh vegetables. As an added. {* at the Naval Air' Technical

Springfield 4-8110, 'Mrs ; J. Wil! dintng'at the NAS,' NATTCenter and "Mayport traction ,there, will be 3,000 poundsof 'Training 'Center.} -

." son.Furn. mess halls on Thanksgiving Day, will feast like kings? The 'traditional : ,fruit in fruit cups. Robert A. Ellingson,' DK2, In

gar apt.. 2264{ pellwood.. turkey dinner, with ,all the trimmings, will include. :r.. The bake shop will,, contribute the Disbursing Office, 'has' called.

Mrs W. David Fruit Cocktail, Turkey .Broth SalUni'jl. 20,000; rolls, 1,250: ) pumpkin pies, the Naval Air Technical{ Training

Furn. room. 3625 Herschel St. > I Roast Hen 'tUrkey and 1,000 pounds of fruit cake Center ""home": during virtuallyall

Ph. 8-6443, even.; :Mrs. Hartrava. The Commissary 'Department, of his Naval career, '
'
Fur 1.2: bdrm. apt ,with gar., $75 Baked Hum, Virginia Style : : under the ,supervision of Lcdr, He 'joined' up in October, 1950,

mo 2580 Riverside. Ph. 88- Giblet Gravy Sage Dressing George II., ,Davis has planned a and .after 0 0:tt.raining'

7904, Mrs.. Cowart. Snowflake Potatoes Glazed dinner fit for a king.
Sweet Potatoes
,
." at Gre tLake's
2 rm. apt. kit equip; $12.50 wk.: ..Memorable Feast
Buttered Green Peas ". CranberrySauce .
Ph.; 8-4054: Mrs. ,McGlon. .3032 ; Lt.'. Jack F. Buescher, assistant reported, ',
Warrington St. Assorted' ,Salad' Bar, of Lettuce, Tomatoes, Olives, .Pickles," commissary officer, C\VO Hilton ,hero' shortly aft*

Furn cottage, $1050< wk.. 6856Tlniaquana > '. Stuffed Celery Sticks :., ''. Hamilton, and M/Sgt.; Lonnie B. er Christmas the

,' Rd. Mr.. Hansley1.'., : .. Thousand Island and': French Dressing Herndon, Jr., all l of NATTC tert same year, Ex-i

Ph 2-3553.. ',-Butter : 'Parker House Rolls and CHPCLK Frank .Anderson of cept for a brief 'a

'Fuui apt, Lakeshore Ph; 2-7216, ., Pumpkin. Pie with Whipped(.Cream and Fruit Cake. the 'Malnside Mess, are assisting! period as a mess

.'Mrs. LaGrand. .trj'thejrr'eparations'for this, mem- cook, the rest of
Ice Cream. Fresh .Milk, Coffee orable "feast.Holiday .
Unfurn. apts 728 L m x'St. Five l.--n Ellingson his tour has been

: "Pts '1 bdrm. apt,'at $4260; 1 Mixed Nuts, Candy, Oranges', Apples, Cigars," Cigarettes' atmosphere and spirit spent In ,Dlsburahfg'I\ I

eft. apt, $37.50, utll. turn. : will be added. to' the chow halls. I He was promoted to third class

ran SALE in November, '1952, and last week

'3' bilrm: house, 2 "ml.,,: from NAB. NAVY $7 Million, Construction ProgramUnderway was advanced second class, I.EiUngSofl's
home is In Broken
4658 Ulmer ,xt.. 8564 or .8- ,
5333.. EXCHANGE : ; Bow, Neb. He was employed on
'
At 0 & R Departmentnot .
the road "as salesman for
I '2' bdrm. /ement house G. I.: Eq'uity. a a

.'8253: Camllle Ave.'Ph. Ext. Gr und {S. now'being broken for wholesale\ grocery company prior

680 NAS, Chief Tenner. .the first of an overall seven .million begin, until the second pat to, joining the: Navy.He .'

5 rm. house. Soutt ldet 2515: Le dollar expansion of the large !of the' total appropriated: expansion recently was awarded a Good
Overhaul fund has been. released.'. Conduct Medal at meritoriousmast.
Mae Lane. Equity .$1,600 un- and Repair departmentat .' i '
fur n., $1,800 turn Ph. 6-9568 New shipme/iis Of, gift items the :Naval Air' Station .
'
for women included the follow-:' Immediate construction, estimated .
after 5.30: PM, Mrs. Signor The' new' construction, when '
etli' in k; crepe ,and quilted housecoats complete, 'will include"a helicopter to cost about $3,500,0001 planned. about two years ago, wi ,"
2'bdim with 3549 sweaters and skirts large& }includes two new :hangar, type need for 'additional( facilities became -
house gar.! hangar, .making this the only for and ,
assortment" of ,alligator bags, .I buildings disassembly 'Ur ent. .CaughJ lit' the''big'
Rockwood Dr. G. I. Equity $39 O. and R department on, the East_ !
of 3 pairs cleaning purposes, now,under Construction ; ,
mo., Mr.. Kussl1a.ul.- \ special. gift packages Coast especially equipped for. William freeze" when the present Administration

3919 33' Bparton, Royal .Mansion of .ladies. hose. overhaul, of this .particular. type. : Jacksonville.by" Smith S. Smith awardedthe of 'went into office" in Washington

Trailer; Alum-O-Rom. Azalea Among several new items in of aircraft, Public"was Works D. C., it is Just now becoming -
contract by the
Trailer Park, Lt.:86, Ext. :8537. ,, ,the Toy land, the first, shipmentof Inclusion of the ,hangar .is it ; Naval District .available.
Officer Sixth ,
,
W, ,L. Hobart. :the large sets of Lionel Trains' definite indication of the, increaseduse As the entire expansion develops :
Charleston
S. C. for 'a low bld
,
i House trailer. '46, Schultz .27'. Lt has been received.Beginning .', in the military forces of the a general rearrangementand
of $633,131.
No 20 Azalea'Trailer Pk. R. E. Monday Dec 7, the "whi 'l1 lrd ",. which are used extensively relocation of existing shops

Sullivan, Ext. 740 0 k. R. Navy Exchanges. at 'M inside, In rescue work' and Two additional structures, an, and parking areas in the vicinityof
: $750 down Hospital to electronics building and a plant the 0 and R Department. wilt
House $6,450, pay NATTCenter, and the Naval aboard carriers, according
Wesconnett. Call Mrs until maintenance building, are now be made, under the supervision
Leonldas
ment. will remain open 2030 Capt. D. Coates;; Over-
Wilson, 4-8110 nor Henry Max on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday haul and Repair Officer However, under review in the.Charleston of Capt. Richard L. Mann, public
... office which is expected to advertise works officer of NASA Jackson
well 984524. nights. construction. ofthe hangar. will
MISCELLANEOUS ., them for bids? before Christ: ville..

mas. Bid ,openings probably. will "

Anyone wanting ride ,to Chicagoor be scheduled for early January, it
vicinity over the holiday ,"
was said.
.contact Jim Ryan at ,Jax Air. t _
'. Other expansions planned for
M News,. 216 or 8184.
early construction Include, an
I' Tampa,It.Clearwater rider want- ;
acetylene 'shop, and an estimated
ed. Lv. ''Fri., return Sun Cal
million dollar addition to the mainO
V Henderson, Ext. 8184 'or' 216 '
,and R department.a .
.. :Rider'wanted from Starke to NASHra. *

,7:00-4:00: : PM.. Mrs. Ruth According to Captain Coates,

Johnson, Ext. 674. ,. v the expansion has been made necessary -

Two riders wanted to Little{ Rock, <" .. ; : by several factors. The

Ark* First Christmas leave .': types ;:of work; accomplished! here

patty. Ph. 88-9906 .{/,:;/: m have :been' extended, .he ,said r ,, ':Lt! ,
Ride 'wanted from Venetia, '4301 : : ;: : ,: the same time .that workloadshave
.. .
!
'
DeMedicl. Ave, 0800-1630, Margaret T .j. .. "t been, increased. Planes have.
Floyd Ext. 593. gown larger in' recent, years, and
: ."
+ 'L are still growing. Mechanical and'

Seek Choir MembersChoir electronics,equipment alsd has become -

.. :_ rehearsals will be. held! ... snore complicated and spaceconsuming.

at the All Saints chapel at 1830 .

every Tuesday' and Thursday i In t r ?. "'The new construction will 'put
- roof overt heads where some
preparation for Christmas music. a our ,
RECEIVE MEDALS At the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit's '
needed. of our work, such as cleaningstripping ,
Additional members are personnel Inspection last Friday, .Capt. John L. Counihin, come and electronics installation '
Personnel, their'famlll s, and mandmg officer, awarded Naval Reserve,. Medals representing CONTENTED ,KITTENS-
friends who enjoy singing are'extended 50 years of naval reserve service. Shown during the ceremony has had to be perfOrmed Model and friend help display
cordial invitation to are (left to right) Lt. Joe Robey, assisting; Captain Counlhanj. ; ., right out in the open," Captain ,a little ofthe nice scenery
a Fred Tripp,' AMI;: Edward C. Tosch, ADS; John J. Plva, ADI; Coates said. ..... around Miami. Fla. The mod,
join in the fellowship ,of the .All 'I' Luther A. Oliver, AMI;. and' Homer J. Lewis, AMI. Torch also The' was el's name is Jean Redfleld..The
expansion
Saints choir.; received the Good Conduct Medal. present fat refused' to give its name.
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