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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: December 10, 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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Votll.No.: '35 UNITED; STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 10 December, 1953
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Home of Commander Naval Alt Base Sixth.Naval District: Commander Fleet Alt Jacksonville, Fleet Air Wing 11,'Naval, Air_ Technical Training! Center.-,__ __ ___'_____


Another. Emergency- Christmas Basket



; Navy Lends'HandIn Program At O&R


TransportingPolio

To Help Needy
Victim HereFor ::4

Needy families in the
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the. second time wi h- :. Jacksonville will not'q
in a month the' Navycame to r : area '
the aid j of polib 1 i victims indeed be forgotten this Christ;, I

,of emergency' transpor- 'vk.x. > mas-not if the employeesof

tation. ay.tn the Overhaul & Repair-

This time the circumstances Department aboard N A S ,-

Were happier, : however; for cuff help it. .

Charles P. Perry 'Jr.'was. .return. ; # In their annual project: O&R,
ing home after year's cdnfinement
a -
workers have almost ,completedtheir .
in ,the Convalescent Hospf- '
drive ,
"* : fund-raising to stock
tal for Infantile Paralysis at
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Christmas baskets for the less
Greensboro N. C.
__ fortunate families during. the,
I A naval reservist of Hawthorne, "
Yuletide season.
Fla., Perry was stricken, in 1952.In .
LAST VEAK, contributions
November of' that.year, he was '
totaling $4,086.96, donatedby
were
flown to Greensboro by, NAS ''Jax'aircraft. : .
s
the civilian and service.
personnel :
Now well on: his way to ,
attached to the Overhauland
recovery, .although still; a, stretcher : ,
o 2. Repair department. With I
case,' he made the return flightto 1 ,
this amount, 303 baskets were
Gainesville in, an R4D-8 trans- ;
purchased and distributed to
Port plane, piloted 1 by Lcdr. -
families in the Jacksonville
George C. Shoulda, with Lcdr. Edward "CHAMP" HOME AT MAYPORT Lining the flight deck of the USS Lake Champlain. as who in ,area
: H. .Potter as co-pilot. it tied up at the Mayport pier last Friday, are crew members of the ship and Carrier Air -tlroup were most need.
The plane :which left at 0721 Four, while friends and families wait below. The 'Champ" returned from duty in Korean waters. THIS YKAll, it is hoped' that
the fund will be able to the \
Monday'also carried two corpsmen top
Home From Korea Mediterranean
400-basket mark. The committee .
from ,the NAS Infirmary, Dec. 17 Issue
Ralph C. Tingley, IIM2, and. Leslie in charge feels that this can I

N. ,Hansen, UN, who accompanied Two Air GroupsWelcomed Final For 53 be a reality if all "pitch in".

.. Perry on the return flight Units ,wishing to make their Donations of any, kind will be

'Perry was met by'hU wife, mother plans for the holidays known, gratefully' accepted for the

and small son, who-was( onlya or who have any particular stories Christmas! Basket Fund Further -

few months old at the time his Back they wish to' have. appear. information can be had by

father_ 'contracted the dread dis In print "in 1953, are reminded contacting Mary Dunbar. at extension -

ease. Mayport, NAS X Jax and NAS Cecil Field were re-union* that next week's issue, Dec. 17, 387. _..
.
Solve ProblemIt 'j will be the final for 1953. 1 .
I points for thousands of Navr'men and their families and one
was just a few'wekIJ ago The,Jax Air News is, follow-
friends last week as the USS Lake Champlain; Carrier Air Credit Union',
that two other victims, Mrs.
polio
Groups 4 and 1 returned to this area. ing a long-standing polity In
8. C. Lewis of Jacksonville and
observing the two-week respite.
Carrier Air Group 1 pilots were
six-year-old Larry Kight of Ray' the first to arrive, touching down four CVA type carrier, of which For the uninformed, the two. Plans S'econd.Annual .

Ga., were flown by the Navy to at Cecil Field Thursday morning the Champlain was one, and dur- week holiday is observed by

the Greensboro hospital. Mrs. after flying off the USS Roosevelt ing the last three days of combat the Jax' Air,' News for these MeetPlans
Lewis was confined 'to an 'iron
near Norfolk to complete a the men of the Champ alone reasons:
lung which complicated matters six'. month Mediterranean cruise. launched 500 sorties. The recordfor 1. Members of the staff have are already '\mderway for '

for the the Station's malhtenance division of CAG-1 enlisted,personnel returned one day was 166, and that was held off their leave until this the second annual meeting of the

ment. .Operations depart by; airlift.,over the weekend. and !set the last' daOperations time. They too, like to enjoy Jax Navy Federal Credit Union.
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Christmas'at home. To try to Which will be ,held In January >
during the last two days. went
The problem was solved when a I .1 oir 24 hours a to the usual .
publish a
paper up
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second iron lung was, installed in day, Captain Southerland said, with the Important business on the'
standard few one 'or
the plane several days before take CARRIER AIR Group pilots with battle action beginning two two left behind would be almost agenda will be to fill'Credit Union ,
off and Mrs. Lewis was quickly were the next to return, arriving hours before daybreak: and con- offices left vacant by expired

transferred to it, and the flight three hours later at NAS Jax to tinuing until two hours after sun impossible.%. Activity, at the "base dur- terms. Five' members of the

was logged "uneventful". complete an absence of over seven set. Then refueling, ammunitionand \ ing the Christmas and New Board of Directors, three members -

Air Traffic Control officials cooperated months, during which they food distribution took up all 'Year of the Credit, Committee and
Is curtailed.
holidays
with the Navy's projectby completed a Korean duty tour. the ,time during the.night. 3. The bulk of personnel two members of the Supervisory'

granting the ship's pilots any The "Champ", first carrier assigned The .men aboard the carrier re- Committee will be elected.
will be gone from the station
requested altitudes in order that to the Jacksonville area, ceived 243 awards for; their sery-: during the holidays. .

the plane might fly at those of came in Friday morning for a welcome ice in Korean water Joseph' F. O'Connrll, president,

minimum turbulance. 'from thousands o :people, _...._ w..... ."uuU.Uuu'" vv4r ..........uu...... ."' .c..,...... .uv..,......u ......u has appointed a nominating committee
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including Navy and civic leaders, '>} y x to select nominees, for.

relative1 and three high school these offices. The committee consists r
Announce Special/ / bands. of Jean Snowberger, ,Ovvei"

Paydays Wives .} haul and Tom Cowan
During children, and sweetheartswere af. f?,, Repair;
Holiday Period; :, three' abreast when setting 4K Public. Works,* and Evelyn vVin-

Christmas' leave periods will foot upon the big carrier and were ney, Supply "and Fiscal.

eagerly met by men of the Cham.' :::! All who desire to submit name '
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warrant special pay schedulesto :::>+}' :>'<"* ":>',*," 'k sA v.p.; 1:4; '
personnel whose l leave beginson plain.. Some of the crowd failed 9 t ; a %1: : '. X'% for nomination are urged to contact

Dec. 14 and Dec. 28. to see their "targets" however on* of the committee mem-

Military' personnel and, ship's messengers were kept ry.f Y.59ji:; 'r 44S eI'A' 'y bers. This year, candidates' for
departing 4 K f4 F+, l
?
on' leave these dates will be busy looking around' the ship for qr sfi office will be announced early, ,so

paid at times and places desIg- some of.the, .men ,t ; xflk ,ff, j' '(v''sl.ti? that' everyone will have an opportunity .
*, to review their qualifications -
nated In future plans of the 4' 3
day. CAPTAIN Southerland,4 in 3 ,4 FYr art D f prior to election time. '
4 "
eo interview '4n4 .
In order for the disbursing granting a press proudly -

officer, to-prepare for these special discussed ,the Champ's record. FYHIM1V.'f:, r* The Credit Union office, in ,

pay days,, it. ,is requestedthat "We, operated without regard, for Fr p'9 Building 40, 'has extended. .i its t
the weather he said referring hours to better
all, activities and departments t accommodate the
furnish the disbursing to the closing days of 'the, war., : ? .l A membership and prospective I .

offioer'with an alphabetical list "I don't think any 'other ,carrier .1r : members. New hours are 1300 to

giving name, rate ,or ,rank, and before has done anything to compare 1630( on Tuesday; 1100 to 1630 oh t

service number of all personnel with it. We ran through ,"s."" Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, i
concerned. schedules like never before., The SANTA'S BEt.PEnS-OIf: duty hours give these Waves a and 03PO) to 1200 on Saturday.

Regular pay days will b. held boys just got so good they coulddo chance to make like Santa's helpers In the Jacksonville Jaycees' Personnel can also telephone
it"The t Toys For Tots" campaign. The Waves, (left to right) Kathleen
Dec. 10.arid Dec. 31. Price; SA; Ann HershDcrrer, SA, and Ruth Homer, SA, are await. the offs'during{ those hours at
: action he described; ctrotT ''Ing entrance: to Airman'Preparatory1' School. s J extension 850S.lYhyNot a




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rage Two. JAX AIR NEWS 10 December, 1953


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, \ Published every Thur day for Navy and Marine act.h'ltiet at Natal Alt' Protestant services at the AH. _
.. ta lion, Jju.ksomllle, Fla
I NAS. ,tkMrUU Saint's Chapel this Sunday, will
Biirnham P. McCaffree ..............................Commanding Officer
,. ... iomdr. John V. Blltcb....._..........._..._.....__........_._......_..........._..;Kxccuthe! OWcer feature a special program of
, .' Flat Air jMfcMBrUle Christmas music and(carols.by the
, Rear Adm. Osborne B. JUrdtion ............ ......................Commandert
!. Capt: Howard; V. Hopkln ......................................Chief ot Slatt Chapel Choir. These will be Included -
I ; nut Ala \\lmf Elena in the 0930 and 1100 serv
, C Theodore ... :_. -,. .,.. ..,- ,. -, Commander.
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#1" "", Ptd'r. Frank! DDahllI .__._._.._...._...:. ........Z........Chlet LI.L.er ices., .
I J .., N*.al Air TMbl,1 Trtlalic Oitor The 0930 sermon will be delivered -
Z Capt. Dartd McCumpbellComdr. ---- .Commanding OfBc r
! Richard :S. Stuart ............_......................Executive Officer by Chaplain J. S. ,Ashcraft. t .*h4
) .. '. NavalMABTO R.Ud Chaplain A. ,E. Day will present +. v
, ( Capt. Edward S. Ixmt ,.. Commanding; Officer\ :-
, Gtpt. L. A. Nekton __ .. Kr ee utiva officer the 1100 sermon. .

.. Capt.. John L. Counlhan' .Commanding' Officer CATHOLIC I -
I. Comdr, Anthony Iruaio ......................................EaetuUre Officer Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000 ;

The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly: at the U.. S. Naval Air StaUon St. Edward's Chapel.
:Vartrsomllle. Florida, and diluted commrrcUllr with non-appropriated toads Saturday0800.Daily0630 .
I' at expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P35. Rev. ',....:;;..: : IJ ___'..'" ....._ ....
I o.O 1 Outlet are distributed free cf charge at the Naval Air StiUon. the .
. Naval Air Technical Tralnlnc Center.., Natal Air Retene Training Lull. .Naval 0630-Mass at Hospital THE ANNALS OF FLIGHT
I the U. !3. Naval Hospital. Sunday-
Air Station Cecil Field and Representing eras of Naval
Editor' -Andrew H. Planer Chapel. Left. WatsoH
! Assistant Editor-Helm, Harper; Staff Reporters-Ed Henderaon, PNSN; aviation dating from World New
Cordon Robbie, SN. MORMON War I, WWII and Korea and
. The JAX AIR NEWS U a member et the Armed Forces Press Service. what might possibly come in
AFPS material In this 1 not without 1930 Wednesday- NATTCChaplain's -
appearing publication may e reprinted the future are these NATT- Training Officer
the written permission of Armed Ferret Frees Service HeptiMlcaUon of other Office.CHRISTIAN.
Center officers Left .to right
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matter except by s*.\lce publication la prohibited without permission of
lkdltor( ; .lAX AIR NEWS. .' SCIENCE are Lcdr. Richard Watson new
Editorial offlcei' located Building. .MO (topside). Phone eiUnilona SIMnd training officer of Aviation At AGO Scho.l
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Z18. .
1900 Tuesday-NATTC-Chap- Ground Officer School; Comdr, I
lain's Office. Gerald Myers, former Training :
The Aviation Ground
Lane officer, and Ensign Hugh Campbell Officer
Voyles AIR' NEWS NEEDS PROTESTANT
:School recently had its
4 recent honor graduate of second
MORE WRITERSThe 0930-All Saints' Chapel. the school, and guided missile change in Trailing Officers with
'. Lynch Named 1100-All Saints' Chapel. representative of the newestera the prospective' release of'Comdr.
Jax Air News is lookingfor
(held in Comdr.Ie1trs'}
qualified personnel to fill 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. hand). : Gerald'E. Myers, former Classifi- -
: cation and Assignment officer
Honor Men and
vacancies left
several M a result -
Red Cross more recently Training Officer
of transfers and separa' Seeking Must ; to
Renew
Honors fell to three students at inactive duty.Relieving .
Uon. $85,000.00 .Budget .
three Naval Air Technical Training .
Comdr. Myers is Lcdr.
Personnel,with news reporting -
Center. schools last week. The American Red Cross has NSLI
Upon Richard Watson former
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or writing experience are training
,. .. announced an annual campaign
James Voyles, officer at NATTCenter Jax
but experience is not Air-
preferred,
: budget of : million
AKAN who $85 next March,
ReleaseServicemen man Preparatory School.
came here from "'-'., absolutely necessary. more than a third of which-$31
NAS Alameda Interested personnel should million-Is needed to finance servIces A Masters Degree graduate of
contact the editor in Building to the armed forces and veterans and veterans 'who the University of Chicago with
Calif., snared 930, Topside at Malnside.MA1MSIDE reenlist.within 120 days after dis- undergraduate work in Physicsand
honors among charge and whose National Serv- Mathematics at Washington
graduates Over $12 million i. needed for
ice Life
s Insurance has been under Jefferson College, Washington,
the Red Cross
at Aviation Blood Programnext
premium waiver should immediately
Pa., Lcdr. Watson entered the
)? which must collect
Storekeeper year
make out a new waiver..application Navy 1
In,1941.
Class (ASchool. ) more than 3,000,000 xplnts of blood or their NSLTis in dan .
Lnltat- for all purposes, -
,
of
lapse for of
ger non-payment
oylesla lie
In reported: to NATTCenler in
Ing theNavy premiums. .
June 1952"oylu' home is in January 1953 from his duties us

Hillsboro, VI; He returns to Alameda Look ,Who's'Thursday Laughing, Dec. 10 Is .It Worth It ? The. discharge 120-day'walver, authorized period by after the- Wing Training 11.Comdr.. officer" for Fleet Air

for duty.Graduation .
1951 Indemnity Law, continueseven
.._ __. -.Lucille Ball HE brushed his teeth twicea .
I i' honors at Aviation I'. ,, though the insured reenters Mjers-was assigned to
Electrician's Mate School Class Friday, Dec. 11 day with a natpnally{ adver- active service within that time; AGO School near its beginning in

I,. (B) went to Ernest Lane, ,AE1. I Was A Male War Bride tised toothbrush. but terminates upon, expiration of March, 19J52. He served from that

Formerly with'VP-2 at NAS Pa- _..._._..____....Cary ,Grant THE doctor examined him 120 days unles a--new waiver Is time as Classification and As-

iuxent River, Md.. He has been Saturday, Dec 12 twice a year. completed.The signmentt: officer until July 1953.

ordered to Composite SquadronSix The Glass Web HE slept with the windows lapse status will occur when A leader in the various fieldsof

at San Diego, Calif. A World _______.......Edward O. Robinson open. the first premium after the 120 education for many :years,
War II veteran Lane has been 'Jn NATTCENTER, HE' stuck to a diet with plenty days becomes due and the man in Comdr.. Myers la one of the few

the Navy since!! 1945. Thursday, Dec. 10 of fresh vegetables. service, believing himself 4 automatically remaining active members of the

Daniel Lynch, Border River-Joel McCrae HE golfed, but never more : covered because he is services whose duty with the

AEAN, took Friday, Dec' 11 than 18 holes back on active duty, falls' to for- Navy dates ,back to the first
honors amonggraduates ward 'the premium to the VA. world war.
Look Who's
Laughing HE
never smoked, drank or *
_....-Lucille Ball lost his temper. -a a .
at Aviation Recommend PromotionsFor He entered the Navy in 1918 asa
Electrl- Saturday, Dee. 12 HE got at least eight hours Yeoman .and served aboard the
I Was A Male War Bride Inactive ReerresWASHINGTON
of sleep each night* .
,clan's MateClass training ship USS Gopher, a
( A ) -:....., .... ,. Cary Grant THE funeral will be held (AFPS-Navy) wooden gunboat.

,School. NAVAL HOSPITAL Wednesday. He U survived by selection boards,have recommended Comdr. Myers' first touch with

Native of Se- Thursday, Dec. 10 18 specialists, four health in- 1,808 inactive Reserve officersfor aviation dates back to 1913, whenas

.. b attle, he joined I Broken Arrow _..eff ChandlerFrldar stitutes, six gymnasiums, and promotion. Sixty commanders a student he wrote 'an essay

the Navy In Dec. 11 numerous manufacturers of ,and 1,748 lieutenant commander titled "The Conquest of the Air."
Lynch March 1053. He Border River ...v....Joel McCrae health foods and antiseptic of the line and staff corps Commissioned Lt., USNR in

received boot training at San .Diego .Saturday, Dec. 12 HE was sure; he could'beatthe were selected. All of \the officers 19(%, he taught Navigation and

/ and attended Airmen Prep Look, Who's Laughing Lucille Ball yellow light. to be promoted will be advanced Theory of Flight far the Navy,

School at Norman. He has been during fiscal year 1954. and was designated Air Navigator -

ordered to duty 'aboard the USS -".. ......."... .... ",. .......... .'" ..., .'. .. in 1915.Veterans.
Hancock, Nava\\ Shipyard, ,Bremerton .

,\Wash. Entitled To
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pf lt .
Aimed Forces I & E k
\to. ,:" Homestead Rights

Releases New Data General George Washingtonissued

Three pamphlets, ''Th, Strategic the first-papers granting

Baltic area" "A Pocket Veterans homestead rights, and

Guide to Anywheie", and 'Facts .(t that privilege' sUll holds true
For Your Future", 'with"valuable to-day.

information for pel'Sonnel'er- Non-disabled veterans, who are

seas or hospitalized 'senicemen .,. .><. in the Korea service bracket, are
.who may be separated or '.re- eligible for preference in farm

1 tired from active\ duty becauseof purchase and homestead drawings

physical disability was"recently only if they have accumulated at

released by the Office of the least 90 days of service prior to .

Armed Forces I & E. (AFPS). J// c July 3, 1953.Widows .
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of veterans who have
WAVE: How about giving me died asa result of military serviceare

.' H diamond bracelet? .. also eligible for these right
.
Yeoman: My dear, extenuating upon proper application. Further

circumstances over which I have : Information is available upon request -

no prerogative, force me to pre .: .T from the 'NAVY TIMES

elude you from possession of such "" ; -. ---.- Service Center, 3132M St., NW,
a' bauble' of 'extravagance.: Washington 7, D. C. Enclose' a
MAKE 1EAVE RESERVATIONS-Represtabtins.r
WAVE: ,I don't get, Jt.. I railroad, bus and airlines brought "tit-
ket offices to NATTCejrter last week to facilitate travel for Christmas leave.They will be In Build self-addressed envelope' and ask
Yeoman; That's what I said. lug 551, wing 15, again Dec. 17 to help serviceman arrange their leave transportation. for Report No. 16. .

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w WWII-Korea Vet Who Resells Home ; j


Eligible For New Loan Under Bill : 4

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---g----A\WorM War II-and-Korea vet. ______ 'i m
the property if it is not sold out
eran, who bought a home with
right if the contract of WW U Cl Bill entitlement and
sale his title to it until +
later gold it, is eligible for a new preserves
the new owner completes payment. .
loan under the'Korea GI Bill even .
Such disposition Is legally) ,
I is sold proper
though the first property
and meets PL t 550 requirements.
under an installment sales con-
Disposing of the first property .
tract whereby he retains title to
II- is one of the things a two-war >.
the dwelling until tlfe final pay-
Ii ment. veteran must do if lie wants to v.

use his Korea service eligibility
This I is the interpretation of
for a second purchase. In addition 4
Public Law 550, The Korea GI '
he must not have incurred 'I
Bill; permitting'a veteran to acquire
indebtedness to the VA by reasonof ,
new GI loan entitlement
his first GI loan. "
through Korea military service, S .
provided he has disposed of the
If such a debt exists, the vet ._1
original GI property and has not
,
eran's entitlement based on Korea '
become indebted to the VA because
service is reduced the amount \
!'IJ _'F ,.'...,",',',,' .._ ( :'!I.;Ck\.."..1', ,_ I of It.' of that indebtedness.by
C >
I FINISHING, TOUCHES-Completing a coiling cabinet Job, Robert Abrams, AN, sprays a coat The had arisen whether Indebtedness to. the VA means
of paint OTtr the finished product at the Traininr Aids Shops or Training Facilities. where ideas queU actual liability existing on the data
on models dummies a veteran actually disposes of
paper emerge into or mockups '
the new loan application is received -

by the VA resulting from ,

Rough Ideas Shaped Into I default of the veteran or of the "

person who assumed his GI loan.

Indebtedness is net created by the *


Visual Aids By Center Unit possibility make good that-the its guarantee VA might of haveto the

w ,: x",1 rr3t 4rkF ,, first property at some later date.

Ideas on paper, some a.e rough as children's drawings, emerge,into ; /r a x,1,1 a Therefore, it is legally proper in

final shape as models, mockups, dummies and cutaways throughthe I''a determining available entitlement

Training Aids Shop of Training Facilities. of veterans under Public Law 550(
.
Rough drawings for visual aid to consider the veteran as having
training drawn up by Instructorsare of the program, the 'on-the-job I j1_ digested himself of the ownershipof

processed and developed in training of petty officers and real property acquired with

the shop and the required finished strikers is also Important. When /,. World War II entitlement when

project is returned to the school the shop crew goes to sea they Milt, *!1 such real property has been sold

where it is needed and enters into will be highly diversified in their ,1 ;> under an installment sales contract -

.the training of students. Ya, ,
skills and the experiencegained e .
The basic ideas include cutaways .
will be of help to the Navy in the S New Course Set At
of electronic and ordnance sI
future. will have learned to :
equipment, aircraft engines down They I Naval War College I
to carbureters and aircraft sec develop ideas and solve problemsthat S
.:: WASHINGTON (AFPS) -AJm,
tions. arise in shipboard work. _

MA': The shops are under the supervision 2 i l1MH $ Robert B. Carney, has announcedthat

The models contribute to. the PRECISION CUTS-Warren Hendrix, AMC, and Grober Tabb, a new course "Naval War f
of Lt. Kenneth Material ,
Snyder, SA, are intent on the precision tooling of a guided missile wrench fare" has! replaced two
,
visual one-year
aids program of the schools. officer and assistant Training befog made on the lathe In the machine shop of the Training Aids \ 1
Some small parts. are enlarged Shop. A completed ;wrench is shown in the foreground. courses in strategy and tactics, lt1I
Facilities officer. lie it a '
much as a photograph negative is \ and strategy and logistics at the ::1
"blown and the workings of graduate patternmaker of the < I
up" ':: :: Naval War The
College. changehas

"the part are magnified In proportion Newport News Shipbuilding. and .1' ;"..<,.''/.'+:''.:" >;:"';.+.', ..... ,"Ii;'i\/'':.''.,,<:,....;!.',,;.\\.:...'.''.';':.."..f'",.'....''.''.;. ",'.;!..':;l f:: ." .. .. .. been called "one of the most
: School 4<:'); :;,:! !: >
Drydock Co. Apprentice :: .
r'M\ P' i;: .:. : t '!J'I'{ :: significant in the 75-year history

Vital to the :Navy's economy now on the college level. He was ,,"'f.,.,.. .. ,....,.;.<> '..M.'.,,.... .t 'f' :, .; of the college" by the Chief of _
program is the work done by the : :; : .
in ) : id3
fixture
the business prior to : : ;
shops. One item, recently manu "... .. .; j' ::!'J:' .'''''' r;' '''';.' .'i r:, Naval Operations.

factured for the Aviation Guided being recalled to active duty in <;. '' "'.,"..":.,:/'::1':::' ,'\... J.Wh' ;,I/)!;; / ':'if'f.'t2jit.\i::: t,:'.,.:,';;l'/..';::' :\,. e...

:Missiles School saved nearly $5.- September, 1950. ; i ; OFFICERS' PHYSICALS
'it : i1W.j! ?
: :
sub
000 for the Navy. Cost of ; ." ,
: GETTING/ TOUGHER
letting and shipment of projectsis The three shops are supervised!

saved by the Navy In'the shop by Samuel Marion, AMC, leading : Although Navy doctors are giving '

work. chief, who experience in all Navy and Marine fleets amore '' \

phases of shop work includes that thorough going over this I

In addition to the economy part of instructor at the Training Cen year, the Bureau* of Medicine and \

Surgery declares that this year's I
- ter.Each
Civil Service Chief in charge of the different physicals are no tougher than previous )

shops is an old hand at \ years. ,Doctors have been )
his skill, in addition to passing on bR'ro yn% told to note hernias and other \
.
Lists Many his ,knowledge to the men under ': / : minor physical defects, and'while I

him. L _: __.. -::: these would not be' disqualifying

Job OpeningsMany Be.it nuts and bolts of a 14footground ", --...-,... for promotion or sea duty, officers
training the must get or medicat
project surgery
SPARKS FLY-Hooded Ifarlan Stobbs, AMAN, amid a "show.
'
: federal employment op- Training Aids Shops have the er of sparks, welds metal In the heet metal shop. of the Training treatment within a reasonable
"portunities exist at activities I know-how to produce the best. Aids Shops of ,Training Facilities. amount of time.

throughout the, United States, 'in

Japan While, and most in of Alaska.the positions open i II 1 I Five Days To Make Nile Journey After Emergency Landing In Turkey | I

are for engineers, others call. for

toolmakers, mechanical inspector. Despite the trend toward faster with a powerless aircraft, was Harrell, ADC; and Robert Kress, ish fields and villages, their first N

machinists, entomologist, shee't- planes, Lt. (jg) Charles R. Mac- looking for a spot of countrysidelong ANC) were flown in to discuss mission came to an end. What

metal workers, welders, plannerand Dowel of VA-15 required five enough ,and smooth enoughto with the pilot,the problem of get- remained to be done was the re-

estimator, shipbuilding inspectors days to make 'a 60-mile journey land on. Suddenly a plateau ting the aircraft to the Afyon pair job..

physical science I aide, from an emergency landing spot with a "friendly flat face" :3,000 airfield some 60 miles away. A Navy repair team arrived

horticulturist (Man to Afyon, Turkey with his AD-4 feet high loomed into sight. The. At 1630 on the third day, 'from Fasron 77, put in a new en.

agement), draftsmen, architects, Skyraider recently.It desperate MacDowell landed his i through the efforts of aj congenial gine, effected the necessary repairs

physicists (Sound), electronic scientist took two cranes, one tenwheel plane with a minimum, of dam Turkish I Air Force captain, a and four days later, Lt.

coppersmiths, pipefitter, truck.two jeeps, additional age. strange supply 'caravan arrived} I (jg) MacDowell was in "business'

xsand blaster, foundry chipper, and Navy personnel, twenty Turkish S carrying with it two crones, a ten- again: After a series of "thumbs-.

librarian assistant soldiers, a turkisH bath, and a lot NO SOONER HAD he made his wheel truck, two jeeps and 20 up" flights to Athens, Greece; 'Ns '

Others listed are statistical assistant of co-operation and teamwork to wheels up landing than his first Turkish' soldiers Mission: to pies, Italy; and Crete the ud Ua-.

staff nurse, card punch enable I Lt. (jg) MacDowell to reception party, a camel caravan, transport one AD-4 60 miles over- quent" pilot' returned with' hi4

operator, allowance specialist, liquid make it "home" with his AD-4. jolted into sight. Shortly afterwards land. plane to the USS Roosevelt

fuels gauger, plumber cement eAT a group of Turkish civilians S t .

finisher, optical instrument maker, 0 00 OX Oct. 5, "1953, Lt. and' military approached. OBSTACLES galore hinderedthe And You Think You

joiner (ship), refrigeration and (jg) MacDowell left the flight Leaving his plane under armed overland journey of the unusual -

air conditioning mechanic, and. ad deck of the USS Roosevelt, bound guard Lt. (jg) MacDowell was "train". Rain and darkness, Are In The Dark! n

ministrative officer, GS- 2. for Afyon, Turkey, "target area transported to Sandikll where he trees and underbrush, barbed wire THULE AFB, Greenland Air*-

Interested personnel can con- for the day," For two hours after dined with the mayor. Next he fences and stone walls all presented men at Thule had their last lookat I

tact the Industrial Relation department his' take-off,' the steady roar journeyed to'Afyon.and"contacted problems but -were solved as -
I the sun this month the
at NAs Jax to get detailed I of the AD-4 engine high over his Air Group Commander, Informing they arose. as base t

information'as to where a Turkish .countryside gave no him of the situation.The With their 60 miles (6f progress went into total darkness. It will

particular vacancy exists, and ,warning of its developing ills. following day two VA/15 easily traceable by the snakelike last until Feb., 13, when Old Sol

procedure for filing application. : Fifteen minutes later. the. pilot. trouble-shooting. chiefs. (Moody E. swath. they made. through. ., Turk.' I again will peep over the horizon
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:' PasIon Six, VF-174, VF-J03, Fasron Nine VA-lOS ReportScouting Crew Seeks Boohs

For Inmates At


II' JocksonviUe "reo Squadrons A Raiford Christmas Prison collection; ef


books and magazines for... 1n.
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r Fanron, Six mates of Florida"
,
the
tot #state
seated the
jets are assigned
Sheds
I This week' title of 'While Hat Chief Prison at Raiford is being un-
organized Instrument
newly .
r. lit the Week" goes to Clyde W: Unit. dertaken ,by Roy Parr, AMC,
Flight Training
t Newton, ,A01, who has earned the. } 'Hackie' For and his co-worker. the NAS
distinction outstanding leadership Sixteen pilots have gone under Fishing Camp.

skill, and initiative in, Ordnance the -"hood" in this new program, Collection, points will be
Division. and five have already 'emergedwith School BeanieJohn
:. established both at Mainside
Born in Maxton, ,N. C., ,June !l9, diplomas; This training, ,in <* H. Cirillo, ADC, who and at the Naval Air Technical
l JP23, Newton moved later to Mc- addition to VF-174's own' instrument "
served Call, B. C., where he attended syllabus, Is giving instrument.each pilot + 1i 1 carrier 22 years ago, replaced his Chief Parr 'began th .projed
McCall /High. In June 1942, ,he the security of good
and the contributionswere
chiefs hat with a University of last year
Journeyed to Baltimore Md. towork technique. !* 2'J Florida freshman "beanie" ,whenhe well received as part of
and 'New" .aircraft the' dreamof
for' Martin Aircraft, Co. are retired from active duty last the rehabilitation program at

five months later, enlisted in (heNavy. VF-174's maintenance crew Monday, the State Prison. '

., t Several "New"' Cougars arrived Already enrolled.at U of F, the Working with' Chief Parr are
lie received boot training at last week, and more are to follow. Navy veteran, whose 'more than Willie Williamson AD1; Doug

., V.S.N.T.C. Jax, and then sent" to The only hitch is that these two decades of military service' penland; BM2; Ted Evans, AN;

AO (A) School also located'here.. "New" planes have been flown be- have carried him to ports aroundthe Bob, Campbell, FN; and Don

In, the Spcing'of "M3( he was sent fore. One of*them is the second world and through some of McCabe, AO3.Various. .
to Aviation, Gunnery School at oldest F9F-6 in existenceandthe '
World War H's toughest sea battles -
Pensncola and later served with maintenance dream Is'a nightmare I _
plans to begin studies, ifl
CASU-13, at Alameda, Calif.; Points Of
February.toward a major in Business (-
with \V SU-33 at Los Alamttos
; Robert E. Tonder, AT1, .me.' Administration.

Reclevlng I Station, Charleston, turned to the role of civilian yesterday Chief 'Cirillo hopes to earn his Justice Code In

S. Cj; VRJ-2, Norfolk" Va.; and after numerous "Med" .Master's Degree in about 41

.. Aviation Supply Once; Philadelphia cruises with the lieU Razors. He' months by taking an accelerated

,' Pa.; in NAD Center, Johns-, is, a native of Angola, N, Y. course of study,"which will include Training ,FilmThe
ville, Pa.. and VF-173 of, Jax. lie -'<'-...,..........,.>--
An eight point buck weight 165 classes through the summers. provided for '
protection every I
to Fasron Six' Oct. 12;
reported A FRESHMAN
HE'LL BE
was Richard Education Is nothing new
J
pounds bagged by
1951.:> Decked- out with a rol1trefreshman's serviceman under the Universal I
Packard, AD3, during a recent for sailor-student, whose assignment
Newton resides in Jax with wife beanie, textbooksand Code of Military Justice in
leave in Pa. pennant, John Carillo, as assistant Air'Intel'ligehee -
Ann and plans to take: a Civil fVF103 ADC, is ready to begin classes Officer and Benefits and thoroughly discussed in*a new series

Service j Job after completing *. at the University Florida. Insurance Officer on the Fleet< of films available for view- '
twenty.Jet ., Carillo, of the Flag Administration ,
Engine Poser Plants Division Fighter Squadron, 103, a CAG- Unit Com F al r J a x, ,Air Jax Flag Administrative Ing! at the Aviation Training Film

Officer, Ensign William' N. 10 unit, returned to NAS 'Cecil leaves the Davy after 22 years Unit' has shown him the valueof Library, Bldg: 168.
Field late )last month after completing service. proper instruction and train
Perry, has been promoted to aboardthe Entitled 'This is the Code" (MN
a 10 week cruise ,Ing.
Ltjg( ). Fasronlte for the past 18 NATTC, Memphis; John McGath, 7855): these films explain the 81'I'
.
carrier USS
Randolph.The
A member of this unit, since
months, John F. Jolly, BM3, re- AM2 from HTU-1 ,and Charles E. ticles of the U.C.M.J. which are I '

reived, his.___ discharge_ __ ._ n .. papers cruise marked VF-103 the first opportunity to- Smith, AM2, from NAAS Bafln. 1951, when )::1e reported, from- VA- of particular importance, setting
for
pilots 175 the experienced Chief has not
Thursday after completing seve"nyears take Field, Ala.Promotions., forth measures to be taken when
their "Cougars aboard
F9F.-6 always been a shore-duty sailor. '
service! In the Navy. He will 'Ensigns'Tom offenses are committed' .
a carrier. Included .
He began his career'as' a "deck.hand"
return to Baylor University to Several pilots qualified for carrier Schermann and John Plocker A reel has been devoted t iAastlt
aboard the USS Langley
continue studies Constructural to Davis to AK2 .. Af the 9fhllrfitwIfKr......' _fkHfc_ notf.. _
(
operations subsequent tuleldcarrier Lt.Jg); Byers ; and has been associated with the "" va H.
Engineering. landing practice at NAS James,Gray to AD2; Carroll Hudson offenses, conduct before enemy,
Navy's air arm ever since,,
for
Three men reported duty Leeward Point, Cuba. Gunnery and Gerald Lewis to AE2; crimes against persons and t

river the"week fi'om NAS, Cecil hops were also flown from the Douglas! nd James baa returnedto the squadron ,following proper, procedural<< articles, ,

Field Just mare Frank B. White, field on' numerous pCc .slons. Moore to AM2; Robe Ingram to a 10-day'leave period. general criminal articles, and tI,

ADC, previously attached to VA- The squadron went aboard the AK2; Lyle ,Mlnnick and Clinton After two years of. duty with disrespect, disobedience e and improper -
105, Charles D. Dick, ADI ofVF'34
carrier* with less aircraft than II Mllbrandt to SN. Fasron 'Nine, Jack Fobes, AOC, performance of duty.*
and Robert F. Due,
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returned with. The additional Lt. (jg), ack Branson made the has been transferred to Class (B) In series MN 7319, called'"Unl-
MAN, of Fasron 9.
planes joined the squadron when 1,000tli landing aboard the Randolph AO School at Memphis on a non- form Code Military Justice", an
Ralph E. Pate, ADC, checked
several VF-103 pilots ferried themto and was given a traditionalcake returnable quota. He contributed offender is charged, his rights ex-
the 3
hack in from hospital Dec. ,
Cuba from NAS Quonset Point, during wardroom ceremonies greatly to Fasron's recreational plained and he is tried for various -
lifter a two month illness.
facilities and morale of the squadron. offenses in simulated legal ac
Wedding vows were recently R.I.Thomas.A. .
Dukes, SD1, repotted S S One of "Happy Jack's Jobs tions.
exchanged between William C.
aboard from the USS Block Fwron Nine consisted of coaching the Fasron For information and scheduling
Diamond AD3 and Miss Belle '
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Bozone of Stuart, Fla. Island;. One A. High- ATAN and Comdr. Wilson 0. Wright, com- football team. jof films, call 423 or contact Aviation

j Joseph Summers, ATAN, from manding officer of Fasron Nine, :. Hilton L. Culp, AA, was ad- Training Film 1 Library,

VF-174 ."Wounded" In Movie- Building 168. .


"Hell averaging Razor"20 pilots percent are of currently their- I Local EM Has ''Action' Part In V War Movie Film I vanced to"passing AN last' the week airman after successfully ex .

flight time in TV2s. The two- amination.
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Personnel in Teletype Commu-

nications, Supply Department, Fasron Nine enlisted bowlers

Sanford SelectedPOoftheWeek were scanning the daily paper and 9 came through as winners again

as. the amusement 'page was last week. They took the 3-game

flipped, a cry of exclamation total and gained points in down-

arose: "Heyi; Fm'in that'' moVi" Ing Administration Number Two.

At NATTCenter ,Of course there was the usual High man was Samuel' Alexander

gpod-natured disbelief expressed with 505.

(This "is the 10th in a new at this outburst, but when Bryan *

Pctty-Ol1 cer-o/-the- Veek aeries S. Day, TESN:, showed a paper VA-105

'at the Natal Air Technical clipping that he had kept, all had t Attack Squadron 105's leading
v Y ti chief, John A. Buechler, ADC,
,Training Center). to admit defeat., : :
Harold 'W. Sanford, AM1, at. .' t shipped over for six more years .

tached to the Technical Library DAY, WHOSE HOME 1s (In Baker yar last week Lcdr. James Scherer

of Training Facilities, has had a Fla., near 'Pensacola, would administered the oath. *

rapid rise in the Naval Service probably never have revealed his, I Prior to his duty I with VA-105 .

Joining in July talents except' for the fact thflthe Buechler was assigned to NRS

t'{;.f:' zrf:; : 1948, and noticed, that; MAiw American Milwaukee, Wise. He is. a nativeof

: y ", :, Guerrilla In The Philippines" was Wauwatosa, Wise.
:;: > :
j! receiving his playing at a theatre In Jackson ..

t' : b ox t trainingat ville. ;. .: x Officers Wives Sponsor

Great Lakes, At the time the picture Was'
Booth ,At Jax Fete
he made first
made.Day was stationed at NAS '....
II class petty officer Sangley Point in the Philippinesand The Navy Officers' Wives Club
SEEN IN TESN of communications
MOVIE-Bryan Day, teletype
in five 1 of the Station win a
sponsor
how he
of
tells this story ,
NAS shows after
Supply Department, < no affects of his
years. He re- happened to be selected 'for the "wounds": suffered in the filming of "An American In The Philip Dolls, Books, and Teen-Treas
Sanford Gently returned. part pines". The movie played locally this week., ures" booth at the Junior Worn-' .

; _._----- en's Club of Jacksonville's annualChildren'
from 26 weeks of schooling at "One afternoon everyone at NAS ". '
dying For this I earned a scenes of this' factual drama depicting Carnival. *
Sangley told to to the
Aviation Machinist ("B") SchoolAt was report

Memphis, and was.assigned to EM Club., Out of these 300 men check." I .the survival and fight for The affair will be held during

duty in the library. the producers and directors of S e freedom of the crew members of' the afternoon of Dec. 12 on the
THE SIX MEN were, sent 15 a ;Patrol Torpedo Boat.
Sanford has served aboard the Twentieth Century' Fox selected lawn of the Women's Club on Riverside

USS Megara, (ARVA-6)) and with six men to' be used for bit parts days TAD to' 20th Century Fox Any who saw the, picture may Avenue. Admission will be

t VX-1 at Key West In ,addition toMs throughout the movie. 1'just hap and moved on to .Manila. remember Day as the man by donation 'of a bundle of. old

duties with training dchools at pened to be one of them. I had In the movie, Day'was woundedIn that was, carried from the water clothing, which wilj} be used to restock -

Memphis and Jac onyme.' the 'wounded man' part and spoke the left' shoulder 'and the left. on an improvised stretcher immediately -. the underprivileged clothing

He and his l wife Jean, a former only seven words In the whole movie leg l playing the part of a wounded after Japanese planes I.center of the YWCA la Jacksonville.

WAVE reside here. J ; Tm hurt bad Chuck, 1M a radio technician ire:-the opening had destroyed the pr boat. .




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..',.. .... '.:",* .,:.:',,.::,> *%. w: HOME AT LAST-Hurrying "toward
:: "$ '::. ,," ",...>lf.' .'":" and up a brow of the USS Lake Cham Womble Committee Studies -4:
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plain are friends' and families of the ,
t'W1) crew of the'"Champ" and of Carrier Air

.. .. Group Four upon arrival at hfa port
".'- : i last Friday from Korea. Several thousands Increased Pay Morale 1 j

people on hand to welcome the ,
f fL carrier, were reunited with Navy men "3
on the hangar deck _, Washington (AFPS)-An eight-page report from the Womble ,* <

.,' .\.,...+. ,::;.:., 'it.., '. ;.>..,f ., .".," ; : .i Committee a group of high ranking officers who have.been studyIng v
'\"", :,'\.t: <".< ;* "". :' ....,w .,'. ; the problems of the Armed Forces since early' May, has been *v' !
"
:!" : \ ?t''"I,'-'j' submitted for action! tq ,the Secretary of Defense .. ', j
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'TiM:
: :: i :: : tear '.
: : ; ; The :committee headed by ( the increased cost of living on ._ .
'
.f 'l'E: .A'1;' '; : 1 Adm. J. P. Womble Jr., was'set to
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: : what
> ..".. :" ;::v the Services were allowed to J
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>< i work at the request of the President 1 1a
:} :,: .r ,.: ".< pay. -
>t /f' .," :.({: It's main work was to decide 0 M

., > ', ..;.. :. \ f'hS ; what corxective'nleasures ,MONEY- }MATTERS figuredprominently ,I

!. .... h) *,,' were necessary to restore the military .In the Womble Committs *
...
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to .
attractiveness
services', a state of_ '
1.; s. report. Such things as
as'a'
lifetime career the of and
equalization Regular
i ir for Inherently'cnplbe! personnel. Reserve benefits for survivors and :

: The report: Just released_ stresses families, Increased combat pay

,1 I the fact'that Service pay benefits and the exemption of retirement '

,' 'transpol' Uon' reImburse- pay from Income tax took up the" ',

.1 ments, and retirement pay should bulk of the report. "

14kts' be brought up to the level of the But morale and discipline were, ,

;3, ;' present cost of living. The STOUP'found also important in the eyes of the

that many career men were committee. The group urged thnt I'1

4t. .. .Hr. finding it impossible 'to cope with no fiscal policies be established ;
'RW.aaq.Pgv wvnx. rvwA\"iww .
... : ..., without nrlor evaluation of the ef- 2
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Z T1IK RKl'OUT ,called for better

)F1i discipline, Increased penalties for
HUMOR'FRO
SALTY AWOL and desertion! more authority

HERE AND THERE' for officers and NCO's, ..
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loyalty down as well as up, and
A man who took his parenthood
the treatment of personnel ns individuals -
seriously was having a heart-to-
;-not MOS units.
heart talk with his son. 'My The committee '
., stressed the
boy,!' he said, "until I ,met your l t I y ho need for physical conditioning and

mother I never kissed a girl. Will kt the identification of personnel

,,", .. you be able to say the same thingto with units as means of Achieving
"
.. : your son?' esprit de 'coips.Criticism ..

1 "Yes DM" replied the boy, "but H of the military annoyed

i not with such a'straight face." the committee, and the report -
l I'
," 0 i
r suggested that rebuttals to "

A man wandere'd into a tennis such criticism receive publication. .
'
,
e ,. tournament the other day and sat t"1 tij However, the group also recommended -

.. *, down ona.bench. "Whose game 717'1' / that higher standards of
':: he asked t'
".... performance be demanded of military l
A shy young thing sitting "next personnel so that such critic* "

',' to him looked up hopefully. "I cism might become unwarranted.
s.--i
.
am, she said
L- e AN ..
0 0 ADEQUATE rotation pol ;

The Commanding Officer had a"ery' FAMILIES MEET AGAIN-It was tears of happiness last week as wives, children and sweethearts icy at all costs was recommended. ;

Hard time with the met their loved ones of Carrier Air Group Four and Carrier Air Group One upon their arrival The group urged a restudy of
troops last week in Jar. Lt. William Sullivan (left photo) of VF-1Z is greeted by his wife Monette and his
and he' said angrily. "No man in five children (left to right) Michelle, 5; Patricia, 5; Richard, 6; Colleen, 8 and David, 2. In the right Service deployments to Improve .N
the regiment will be given liberty photo, happy at their reunion are Lcdr. Mlllard Wooley of V}-Z2 and his wife Elaine with their four permanency, more concurrent

,- today,' children. CAG-4 returned from Korea, while CAG-1 came back from a Med cruise. travel and adequate housing here .
and abroad. '
Somewhere a voice rang out: Holds Damage To Minimum
The committee urged de-em ;
"Give me liberty or jive me '
NAVY phasis of the USO and what it ;
death!1" '
Has Flame-Out In At called "other dubious
The CO turned red and barked, EXCHANGE 'Soup' 7,000, aids." morale .
It recommended the reten
"Who, said tnat? J
.. The answer, was brief: ""Patrick But Pilot Of VF-174 Brings Her' Down tion of PXs, ship stores and com j

Henry" missaries and asked for reduced '1

I' .' "' "Under the circumstances-well rentals on Wherry .housing units. .
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done," Commander( Air Forces;' from a round -robIn instrument 'The group also stressed the .

"Darling, darling," cried the Due to the great interest in the U. S. Atlantic Fleet stated in commending hop to Macon, Ga. need I for equal'G.I. ,Bill benefits 't

young salesman as he burst, Into men's night announced for .Dec. Ensign Lowell D. Embs Unable to land here due to 'a for'personnel' remaining on active .J

whatt his home I jftst one evening.commission"Guess In, 21, it has *een decided that I the of VF-174 for holding damage toa low 200-foot ceiling, Ensign Embs duty, particularly ,housing purchase : -. '
got a
'I ? loans. It called .,
minimum when making a forced for permanent
the Air Force." evening of Thursday, Dec. ,17 will headed north and soon made con- '
landing in ,his F9F-6, Cougar Jet l legislation! to assure medical ,.i
"A commission? again! walled also be set' aside for men only. at Turner AFD, Albany, Ga. tact with ,Turner's control tower care for dependents. j

the These are nights "Father" can who vectored him in.
bride. can't
young "Why you Trouble had developed for the The recommendations of the

'get a regular salary Just once In shop without "Mother" peekingover "Hell Razor" -pilot' Just north o>( "With Jess than 200 pounds.of committee have .been submitted '

your life?'" his shoulder, Jacksonville when} his radio" direction fuel I commenced my letdown for review by the Department of I
.
All Exchanges are well stocked finder'faa iTed while returning from 17,000: feet. At 7,000 feet, Defense which may submit ..them'to ..

/..' "They.:! took the recruit to the with gift .items for Christmas ,- .... still in the 'soup, I had a flame' Congress for legislation. -

';, hospital. such as silver plated flatware fancy lingerie; sheets and towel out," the Fleet Air Jax pilot re.
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"What's wrong with him?" sets, stainless steel flatware, .toiletry sets. and bath'' mat. sets. ported. REVEAL NEW PILL .: J

"'lIe.goi hurt coming down a sets for both and AUX ,
gift women ,Exchanges at this station
"At 3,500 feet I broke Into, the fOR SEASICKNESS/
_
.ladder. men, unique imported novelties in will remain open' evenings Mori- .i
. : "HowM that1 happen?" character dolls, carved ivory, 'days,.'"Wednesdays and Fridays I clear, tried gliding to the.field, but A new drug recently released .

"He came down the ladder a carved wooden figures Jewelryand through Dec. '18; and Monday, i had to land in a grassy area. It on the market js( said to be .;
'
few minutes after took it other items watchesfor felt like a normal landing, I shoved 73% effective in
they many ; Tuesday and Wednesday, t ec. 21, combating J
away." 'men, women and children, 22, and"23. I the dive brakes as far as possible seasickness. It Is called Bon- ,
with'the remaining hydraulkTpres- amine.

sure," he continued/ The advantage of the

I Auto Safety Cartoon Can Win For- You A. $25 Bond ..II ,Afraid. to lower his wheels, be drug is the fact that only new one '

cause of, the possibility! 'of, 'cartwheeling" pill is needed 24 hours. :
every
Egbert Egghead, King,of the Ists. reach for the drawing .. ,
he used his.dive brakes"for In Trans-Atlantic tests Bori'amine
Highway, Is the f1 r 8 thome'character board and' the ,India ink. Car nr -
,". w A wheels to save the underbody was given to 115 soldiers I
to enter the contest Joons should be drawn in India w.s '
r si..n/ Mr of the' plane.InspecUon .once a day and of these
conducted by the Station's Au- Ink,on white cardboard, for .
retew f of the landing skid only six got sick enough to become b
tomotive Safety Board. productive purposes,. and mutt,
revealed he had tou'ch d down on nauseated.. Another 115 .
Drawn by Richard .K. Wirth, be' turned in to Comdr. Ed;:
r the tail ,skag in a'nose up atti soldiers were given tablets of '
AMAN, Overhaul & RepairProcess ward Irons, Naval Air Station 1
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tude, J h u s- minimizing the air- harmless substances as a psychological 1
r
Division, Egbert hopesto Infirmary, .before Jan. 15. .. t t
t craft's. damage. test and of these 22 '
win that $25 defense bondas .
Cartoons will be published ,
became ill.Sailor .
a typical Jasper Catastro j
weekly'in the Jax Air News,
pher who never, never missesan NOTICE
with the best of these selected : ''! want a ticket for Vir 1
opportunity to cause an accident
.
as winner of'the defense bond. Blue Cross-Blue Shield, policy gim$." ,'
1
Other characters are crowd- Judging will beby a special + holders are reminded that I Agent: "What partt"Sailor r
monthly payments are due Dec.H15. "All ...-
of
Ing ,Egbert, as local Navy art- committee ... Egbert Egghead : her! That' her
I by the suitcase! ,,

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(ly Armtrf Ferctt toil'Stnrlc*) .
SERVICE HIGHLIGHTS

Jim Hook, a former Big Seven /. ;, Jumping off to a quick lead, the Jax Navy basketball

tar at Missouri, scored three wy. quintet went on to submerge the Jacksonvjlle Junior College

touchdowns to lead Landstuhl AB i Dolphins, 9273at- the new Swisher gym Tuesday eveningfor

in Germany to a 00-21( victoryover (I the Fliers' fourth win of the young season. _

the London Area Rockets of ) A shoddy Jax: Navy 'defense six charity tosses. -
the Third Air Forcer The game,
the
kept the close during
score In a fracas last Tuesday with
.. played before 10,000 excited but '
II" I entire first half ,action but the
slightly confused British fans at Ifr Glynco Ga., Jax Navy encountered -

W em b l ley Stadium in London, Fliers 'tightened 'defenses in the little opposition ai it overwhelmed .

clinched the USAFE championship final half to'gain a convincing the Georgians, '105-46,

for Land luh1. margin of victory on the Mainside court It was the

Pvt.Jim Ellis, ex.Big 10 wrestling Bob Grabaz headed the scoring second time in three games that

champ at Indiana, has.taken with 28 points, coming on 10 the locals had' gone over the 100-

over as mat coach of the Ft. floor shots,and eight free-throws.. ,point mark.

Lewis; Wash.. grapplers. His top Half of the "Shotgun's"' points It seemed more like a football

prospect for 1953 is Lt. Jerry DeFrlr came in the spirited third quarter game at the end of the first quarter

*, ex. Cornell wrestler and I when Grabaz hit on practic with the Scoreboard reading

member of the Ft. Lewis gridiron DEFYING GRAVITY-Richie Berg (U; ) of VC-9 of Sanford ally every shot taken. 24-5, in favor of the Fliers Jax

team Ft. Belvoir, Va., and Jax Navy's Red Rogers ((12)) lie in wait for possession,of the- Pkk Up Speed Navy altered the situation in the
\ dropped its first basketball game oval which appears t. be hanging mid-air during first quarter, ,Vince soda, off the boards likea second frame, garnering a fat 31-
action of the Navy-VC-9 fracas here last Thau,day."The high-
In six starts, losing an exhibition hawk, followed Grabaz with 22 point tolal in this period.
scoring Fliers went on to record an 87-58 victory Jax Navy opposes
contest to Western Kentucky, 92- Florida Military. District at the MainsUTe court tomorrow at 2015.:>> points, on eight, field goals andMan With the score, standing 70-26
83. Dick Groat, former cage star
at. the three-quarter mark the
ftt Duke, netted 29 points for the ae.t
NATTCenter locals sights on hitting the
Army team Stanford grids-
century mark. Zoda, Grabaz, and
ter Al has been Inducted
Napoleon hustlin' Dick Tate, playing 1 his
Into the Army. The Quantico Opens IM
best game of the season, paced
Marines exhibition
dropped
an the Fliers in this drive.
basketball game to the professional
League Play-
Down VC-9!
Philadelphia Warriors, 93-90, in
Zoda finished the evening with
overtime High scorer for both
clubs was Quantico's John Silk, High scoring featured the s 22 points with Grabaz and Tate

former Boston, College eager, with opening week's play in the close behind with 18 and 17 points

'J1 points.Ft. NATfCenter Intramural Basketball respectively.The .

Ord, Calif., and the Great League with Dental fast-breaking Fliers downed

Lakes, Ill., Naval Training Center AE School and Training Fa: Mainside Iron Trophy VC-9 of Sanford Thursday,
have formally accepted invitations 87.58 at the Mainside gym for

to, meet in the Salad Bowl grid cilities producing double win- their second consecutive victoryover

classic at Phoenix, Ariz., on New ners. a Sanford-based unit.
To Fasroiii Athletesprogram
Year's Day. The game will be MAD and AO School came ;( I Sluggish at the outset, the Jar::

sponsored by the Phoenix and Valley through with single victories. Navy 'attack gained momentum

of the Sun Kiwanis Clubs Dental's double win came at A' well-balanced athletic has enabled Fasron shortly after the opening mom

Atlantic Fleet destroyer USS Robert expense of AGM School, 64-17, Six to claim permanent posses sion of the Iron Man Trophy, ents of the second quarter,
K. Huntington has a 22-man I symbolic of Mainside sports s Jim
and AK' School, 60-49. Flem led ipremacy. Roberts, on several driving
soccer team coached by Ens. the winners in each game with Since the inception of the Iron layups,. and Grabazhitting con
Colbert Jr. Athletic Officer and
Charles" M. Furiow USN member ,
,
of the a 40 and 22 points, respectively. Man Trophy in ian ary, 1952 Chief Horace O. Looney. sistently on set shots, sparkedthe
National Soccer Coach.
Templeton Gets 27 Fasron ,Six has,won all four legs Fliers' drive, with Roberts
es Association. Second half 1953 Iron Man Trophy -
in succession.Five intramural: getting 20 points and Grabaz 28
An enthusiastic crowd of 60,000 AE School ,blasted Special standings in bowling, touch
championships have a markers.
proven
Irish fans watched Burtonwood Services, 74-15, and knocked football and"volleyball have been
huge factor In the Fasronites :Meet Ft.
AB defeat Wethersfield AB, 27-0, over ACM School, 6634. I released by Special Services. Jackson
gaining possession of
permanent High
In the debut of American football scorer for the night wasSanlord'
Templeton raked the nets for the coveted hardware.In Point ,System Explained
Richie
tit Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland. 27 points in the Sparks victoryover '' Points 'a.re awarded only to Berg with 31Fliers'
the initial of Iron Man
This was the first foreign sport Special Services. year teams completing a schedule.
competition, the Banshees scoreda
conducted at Croke Park-home TraFac downed a stubborn Each individual participant wins
Weekly Home
ef Gaelic football 2nd Lt. Medical outfit, 36-26, after. subduing first place In fall bowling and 10 points for his team, but individuals -
Bobby' Reid has been selected the MAD, 66-51. volleyball, and finished second in must compete in at least Basketball ScheduleThe

Most Valuable Player In the ThirdAFs AO School Romps swimming and basketball. half of, the scheduled contests. Jax
Navy Fliers are In for
UK football conference this Never Lower Than FourthThis
Men acting in the capacity of officials
MAD' win of the
gained a at the ex- one toughest games of the
eason.. Lt. Reid a former Bay year Fasron I' Six: copped for scheduled also
pense Administration, 55-19, games season when they face tough Ft.
lor quarterback; directed: the Lon championships In baskeball and
10 for their
gain points respectiveunits.
with John, Cloherty's 21 points Jackson, a powerhouse service
fall and winter The well
don Area Rockets to the 1953 UK bowling. .
Championship.ro. showing the way. rounded Fasromtes look third position quintet, Monday night at the

Tom Barbola of Camp'' Car. In the final game on the NAT- (In touch football, volleyballand First place in each sport is Mainsid gym. .

on, Colo, has been wrestling TCenter intramural basketball swimming. At no time in the worth' 1,000 points, second place Home schedule for the coming
front last week AO School bested 750, and so on down the line to week
practically all of hid life He attributes past two years'' his Fasron, Six :
most of his success to his Special Services, 8329. finished lower than fourth place. ninthposition on ,the'basis of a ,Friday, 11 Dec.-Florida :Military ,
50 point drop, so that the unit in
father, Emit ,Barbola, world professional Prestwood with' 21 points, and Deserving,, credit for ,the consistency District.' .
welterweight, champion Kilroy, with 20, led the scoring of the.Banshees efficient that spot receives',200 points.IRON Monday, 14 Dec.-Ft. Jackson

from 1933-1940. parade for the Ordnancemen. sports program are Lt. Thomas E. Ult FIAN 'TBOFIIY STANDINGS It.. Golden Arrows..

.Jack F. Clark, instructs judo at Fasron RU 2 ._. Faiiron 109 1TVP16
'C.' u u with preliminaries getting under,
the Walter Reed Hospital in :1600 ,

Washington, D. .C. Clark studied Personnel '"' 1080FAW 1140VC62 ., I way at1820."

Judo' at the Odokan' Institute In .It 830
.
Tokyo while he was stationed in Supply .. 710VJ2 '
,* MOHospital points, on twelve-field goals and
Japan. ". Cpl. Don Mainland of 55OVP
,at .18 110O seven from the charity stripe. .
the Third Marine D recently NARTU 450
;; OAR > 450 Tomorrow night, Jax Navy
tame in first at the Gifu bicycle VKI74 420:
racing strip Inf Japan. He was the 1 yh, + FAKTULant 40tf I gives battle to Florida Military
VF-H 360 District at 2015 on the Manside
first foreign amateur invited to Operation! 2bO *
Y. Prey Med 160 gym. The Fliers hope to kepe intact
compete in 'a professional Japa ComFklrJar 110
nese sprintrace.'l1l1ard '. >s. their 97 point per game scott

Brown, ex-welterweight, has been Jax Navy Pisloleers ing average against, the soldiers. ..

engaged as boxing instructor at Fort Jackson's potent Golden

Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. Issue Initial Gall Arrows will afford the Fliers

stiff competition when they in

Faced with the problem of rebuilding vade'Mainside gym Monday at
Weekend Tide Table Y M kiq t{Y ; the Jax Navy 'pistol 2015. The Carolina fort featuresa

High Low team;,Ben Preston, team captain, lineup of several college All-

A.M. PJVI. AM. P.M. h *S has issued a call for all pistoleers Americas and farmer pro .stars.

Sat. 12:15: 5:51: 6:29: aboard ,to turn out for this sea Included in the Arrows' lineupis

Sun. 12:57: 1:11: 6:55: 7:27: son's' team. guard Lee Terrill, who lead:
,., Shooters from NAS NATTCenter the soldiers'
1', floor phay, and ex-
and MAD can get in touch Georgia U. standout Zippy Morocco -
Weather Outlook'Thursday with Preston at Building 611 or

-Cloudy with occasional phone 8471. % Terrilf was' captain of North

r ., showers. The first big meet for the Carolina State's 1951-52 Southern
Friday-Partly cloudy and'cooU THEY'RE OFF-As Jerry McMahan of Dental grabs the ball- marksmen is scheduled this com Conference champions, while' the
Saturday and Sunday-Scattered AGM-School racers take off with him in the Naval Air,Technical. 'ing March when the, National sharp-shooting Morocco 'broke
Training Center intramural hardwood opener last week. In the
cloudiness and .cool. Little group are Jerry Roland (21), Gray Ross (25) and Bob James, all Mid-Winter Pistol Matches are several Southeastern Conference

change in temperature. of the Guides., Dental_ won this fray, 6117. conducted" in Tampa.. .. .' scoring, records last't" season.
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:WI "it' .,". '" ". .t: \1'; ; Welllo.AAU Tourney :
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QUESTIONS "I "I ;, ::: -'- Seven l ather-slingcrs from the Jax Navy-Marine box

1. Who was the first West Coast .,,' &.; .. ," .. : irig team brought home championship hardware from the '. I
football player to -gain an All- f ,',' ,.. "\" ." Florida State AAU Championships last week at the Duval '
li< '':''ii. \ 'f1 ." c .
American berth? ',. ;;" ; County Armory.In .
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2. What two' college football ... \ the team championships, the er. .

players finished one-tenth of a 0" .'. Blue and Gold sluggers took top
Botas dropped Howard with aright
yard apart for national punting ,.. w4.M honors in the Novice "A" Division,
,
.
the end of the second
; F near .
honors in 1952? finished second" in the Open Division
round but the bell saved the Pen .
3. What type of U. : i'i' and, took third place Jn the 1
fishing ;
': '; '. 1\ Novice "B" Division. sacola fighter A left to How
known, as! niggling ard's jaw after half a minute of
:: \ ,
: .\ Little Marcus Bota; the 119-
4. Which two Big Ten gridiron Hawaiian the'third round spelled victory for {
pound Marine from the
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teams compete In ,the Little Brown : -' t'-. ..u ".,." 1sJ..nc19u the crowd's favorite Botas.

Jug game each )'ear1 !. .. "* ,.. throuhgout the three day meet Jax Navy-Marines notched a

5. Who 'was the first major and wound up with the title in trio of heavyweight champion !

league player to'enter the Service his class. ships. In the Open Division, Roy ,

during. the national emergency AAU MITT ACTION-Jimmy( Johnsen, 179-pounder! from Jax THE SPEEDY MITE !fought sway Jefferson scored an unanimous decision

before WWII? Navy sidesteps a swinging right by Chuck Martin top) of Pen- to theJinale in a classy fashion over Lee Mitchum of Eg- {

6. Who.ls. one of baseball's"all- sacola Navy in action in the Florida AAU Boxing' : tourney held and his 35-aecond kayo of Iln Field. d
in Jax last week. Johnson '
went on to win the title in his class of
lime cre'ats'and present chief executive the Novice "A" division. In the bottom photo it's tattoos beat tat Don Howard of Pensacola in the ARCItlE BELL, in Novice "A"

of the Washington Senators to as Frank Chamberlain of Jax Navy left) keeps Harvey Mar- third round earned him the title. Division, and Johnny Cleveland in

? tindale of St. Augustine off balance in another 178-pound go. lie also was chosen by officials as Novice "B", both won titles when
ANSWERS Chamberlain won the title in Novice division. Fensacola Navy won they were uncontested in their
the tournament's outstanding box-
the open title, with Jan Navy finishing second.
1. Brick Muller of California i classes and took the events by default -
I
,,&* named a.t an All-American

Mid la 1921 and,again in 19!!. I I It. Marine Cagers In the IT,*-pound bracket, the

: Southern California's Des Koch i locals came through with a double .
and Colorado' Zach Jordan. Koch I Triumph Over win. Jimmy' Johnson scored \.

averaged 4S.5 yard on 47 kicks, I r:F2 ; a unanimous decision over Chuck
V
while! Jordan had 43.4 on 57'boots. Martin of Pensacola,:v hile Frank

3. This ia* type of angling practlced Glynco,13-49 Chamberlain won by a knockoutIn

mostly 1 In France ,\'''tn fishIng two minutes of the second

for ....m. A needle I III burled Rolling up a 20-point lead in round over Harvey Martindale of

inside,a worm to serve as a gorge: the first period, the Jax Marine St. Augustine. .

The needle turns cro n\Ue In the I Varsity cagers Tuesday night defeated r'VI The seventh title to come the

tjiiarrj's .-stomach and has the the Airship Training Unit way of the Jax Navy-Marines wan

MIne effect as a hook. won by Benny Brown, 112-pound ,.
quintet of Glynco, Ga., 73-47, on .
4. Michigan and Minnesota bat- : Leatherneck who scored a unani ,
the NATTCenter court.It : '
mous decision Pensacola'qEddie
tle It out for the Little Brown over

JIIC. was the third. victor)"' in five I Fuller. Brown, a classy Ii

5. Pitcher Hugh Mukahy the starts for the Red and Gold five. I scrapper, was never In trouble ,I

rhiladelphla Phils on Mar. 8, 1941. Over the weekend the Marines throughout the bout. t'I
G. Clark C. Griffith. CARRYING OUT a llon'n", shareof I
broke even whh VC-9 of San-
the responsibilities for .t h I III ,I
ford in Sanford '
.games played at meet'was Lcdr.; Peter Culbertson, '

AE' SpikersCop and in the Stetson College gym I NATTCenter Special Services Of- :

at DeLand. They ''won the opener ficer.

: Title r 73-55, but lost the'second, 64* Winter IM Loops Jax Navy WavesOverwhelme'd The event was co-sponsored by '1

: 62, ,when a fourth period' rally Meet TomorrowSchedule Jacksonville Navy and Jacksonville j
feirshor' ,' Recreation Department and ,

At Center 'Juesd/Y night Tommy Long meetings for of the organizational winter Intra By AAU.sanctioned by the Florida Stale ?J 1

and Pete Carlisle were hittingthe '1
Aviation ElectricianS c h oil basket for Jar, although onlyin mural sports prog-ram.at Main- Strong Opponents t Following is .a rundown on the 'f .
captured the season's honors in the game a short time. Long aide was released this week by top three teams in each division: '..1 I
'
the NATTCenter Intramural Volleyball bagged 15 points and Carlisle 14. Special Services. Completely at ,the, mercy of ill TEAM CHAMPIONS / .,

) League last week by defeating -, Basketball:, 1000, tomorrow, taller and more. ,experienced foes, Op a I>hli B rt. .1
I Coach Chuck Dawson used his ..1t Dec. Season to begin, on or Ppntaroli Navy ................ :u
Aviation, Ordnanceman much of the fax Navy Waves' basketball Jax: Niuj-Marlitei .........;......, 27 .. I
School, 12-15, 15-13, 15-10, in a second stringers during about 11 January,'1954. squad fell, victim in a trio of Camp Stewart N..IC'f. .. ."A".. .. ............ 13 -
the resting his starting five !
hard fought Jnatchv ; game, Bowling: 1330, tomorrow, 11 games at Malnside gym last week :tax Na\y-Marlnei ..r. '...,.....to. 22
for the twin bill against.the FlorJ1 Dec. Season to get underway'on Green Cove Navy ...... 1*>
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Training Facilities clinched sec : ida State University Frosh at Tallahassee end. 't. Lackawanna AC. ;::::::::........ 12
about 11 1954. ,
or January, halt.! "B" .
ond place with a 15-10, 15-9 vic this weekend. The ,powerful 'Pensacola Waves Wilder AC, ....... ... ............. IBMacDIII .
will be held at
over AO School AJ1 meetings : took the measure of Jax Navy In A KB ......,.............. 11 ,
tory Building 930 topside, In' the Jax: ,Navy-Marlnoi ..............L. It y
STANDING a Friday night encounter, 64-25- .
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FINAL ,
i>1111 w.. r..tAE i Officials// For Special ,Services conferenceroom.
17 3 and came back Sunday to trouncethe
TriFac School J6 4 I Center Net Loop locals, 43.11.Saturday SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR ;
AO 13 7 Representatives of all teams
AGM School 8 11 Twelve officials have qualified planning to ,enter thin winter's night, the Parris Island 4
Spec. Servlcef 5 15 to officiate -
written examination
by Women Marines disposed
Marines 1 19 Intramural competition, should easily
1 in the NATTCenter intramural of the Jax Navy'lassies, 46-
I attend ac league make-up and Another In a weekly feature
DO you ThInk/ you basketball league ,thIJ'aea.son., ac- I rules will 'be discussed at, this 24. that brings to life perform'v
Paul Athletic
to Lt. McCoy
cording. time. Despite 1 being run into the ances on' the Naval Air Station
Can Write Sports? Officer boars, several! players Stood: out sports scene .from dusty Issues .J"

Additional( sports writers are Those pasting the exams* were: for Jax Navy, including Bev of, theft Sax Air New: ?
Air News. Bob Hewett, Bob George, Fran" 1L..qylntet from "NATTCenter will Green and Brown. .
needed at the Jax Glnny Ten Years Ago Today
Francis, Frank Manzo, Vince Zo- "be entered in the Basketball
Sly ,
The Davis coached
Personnel interested in joiningthe Johnny crew A surprisingly strong Seaman # :
Woodlock
sports staff, of one of the da, Art McGinty Bob League. hopes to. start off on the right .Guard eleven clinched the y

Navy's finest newspapers, can Buddy Erickson Layne Bob, Bob Cauthen Schneider,and,*Ray Bob Coach Bob Rodgers, is lining up foot when action resumes in mid- Station touch' football dlRmplon""hlp ;;
,
contact the editor in topside Jenkins.It the. outfit with competition ex- January, after a prolonged respite by piling up a 30-6 N
from the court wars which extends win VPB x. .
930 Malnside. over ,
Building
has also been announce that pected to get underway Tuesday o
through the holiday season. rive Years Ago Today

JaX' Na,')"'" football eleven i

.1 I :Should' | VolleyballersTake closed Another successful, reason r.
[ Golf Links. In Fine Shape-Players Cooperate with, a 26-6 tralmph. over i j

the Klndlry Field Sky linen* in .
shooting. out of competition by shooting a Second 1
In order .to meet the expected Bermuda. The Fliers, Naval "1
"TilE COURSE ranks with any respectable 74 with a six band! Air Training Athletic onler., '
i'
surge linksters during station the holiday in this area, and the maintenancecrew cap for a net 68, too ,good for the At St. PeteThe ence champion, cloned the! season ".".
season, the golf deserves J lot{ of credit'torthe ,
charmed circle which runs from with n record of 711. 1
course is undergoing extensive fine work accomplished," Jax'Navy varsity' volleyball .
70 to 80 in Blind play.A .
Bogey .
repairs accprding to ProfessionalJack Ifarvey said. "So help. them by squad! finished in the runner-up with thirteen wins in lit teen ,

lIarvey. replacing all divots CHIEFS YS:'Officers Tournament spot in the sixth B annual St. Pet games, prior to the playoff tilt. .:"J
wTu'be ;
"The course has nearly reached In the weekly Blind Bogey conducted this ersburg YMCA Invitational Tour Other wins posted by,the local ,

its peak in condition 'and withina competition, Comdr. Frank'ney- weekend, with firing expected to ney last weekend at the Sunshine were a 2.1 verdict over the St. I dt"

few weeks it should be tops in er lived: up to advance notices by get underway Saturday morning. City., ? Petersburg Recreation Dept. "A" "i,Ii

this area," Harvey stated. touring the station course in 71, Play will be conducted' on a team I Championship of the six-team team, .and 3-0 blanking of Mc> I

To eanble itto hold Its high, one-under par to cop low gross match, basis, wjth 30 members:! to tournament went 'to the .pikersof Dill Field, the host St. PeterSburg J

standing, duffers and pros alike honors. a team. Florida State U., winners in a ,Y and the St. Pete' Recreation ,

should make an effort to replace Hitting the magic number were Officers interested .may contact showdown playoff battle! with Jax "B" squad. "

aU divots".Harvey added. "Manya Charlie Barrett (U 4), Ken John Hughes at NATTCenter Navy, 2117.Despite Membership of the Jax Navy J'

course has been ruined by menaces Nordstrom ((93.13)), and 'Larry while chiefs can obtain information tipping Florida State. I in varsity volleyball'team is composed

.whey continually)) jefuse to Fish ((85-5)) with 80. I by contacting Harry Webb the;opening match, J.x'Navy finIshed of personnel from VP-1 "
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.. replace turf marred by careless George Ayres shot himself at VJ2. In a tie with the collegians and N A TTCente,!'. '

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rmmml ,,,['I; '\" 1 0 & R Social ClubSets .


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Dec. 19 Date
(Items offering for sale articles :
.I.II .II .Ij
cf property such as washing machines -

automobiles, furniture, ra.dlos For Fry and Shoot

*clothing and the like are
.. O & R Supervisor's Social Club .
prohibited by Defense Department

regulations. This column will, will hold a turkey! shoot and fish

however, list such 'services i as try on the site the newly, pur

.available housing. rides wanted chased property Saturday Dec, 19
and lost and found articles or oth-
from noon until dark. ,
,er similar notices.)
A fish dinner with all the trim
FOR KENT
mings will be served from 1600
'Turn -rm., house, 2820 Harvard
Ave., Ortega. Mrs. J."M.; Mob-, I until 1800. Location_ of the site' lathe

ley, 4425 Hiawatha St.;, t'.h. '88- west side of Blanding High
j
1 8045.2l ; ; : way (Fla. 21)), one, mile south of

,drni. apt. near NAS. Lcdr. -
Doctor's Inlet Road (Fla. 224)). _
.- Briggs, -Ext. '411. ..
Purpose of the affair is to
Furn. 2-bdrm. house, garage. $105: eIm.2 WIN CASH FOR IDEAS rape
a month. Ph. 81739. There Is always a better way to funds for proposed constructionon '

Furn. or unfurn. apt. 1504 River do 'your Job,' so many employees the new, club site. All handsare
have discovered and in
.Blvd., Orange: Park turn have earned extra income invited to attend the event..

'Two cottages, house trailer, furri. for beneficial suggestions. The hues will be awarded, for the
1, $38.: Air Base Titiller Park. Ph. six 0 & R workers ,.(above) are turkey' shoot Ammunition
pleased with checks totaling ((22
2-5410, Mrs. Tyson. $200 awarded to them by caliber, '12, 16, 20 guage) will be

Two bcdrm. furn. house. Wood- Comdr. George Ellenberg 'assistant furnished free. Tickets will be

stock. $70. Mrs.'D ackwell, 1060 S w o.I, 0 (t R officer, for their 1.00 for 'adu1ts and 50 for children
.* suggestions. Left to right are: '
Detroit Circle; Ph: 871926. y r.Ak under 12. Tickets and
i more
Joseph Duncan Jr., Robert
,
Furn. apt. 3684 St. Johns. $90. Winne, Charles ,.Lankford, Information may be_ obtained from

Bdnn., single or double,,4950 Free- Comdr. Ellenberg, Larry Massey any of the following committeet

o ,111ont St., Lakeshore.- Faber.. Tuten and John members: Clayton R. Owens, Ed

Two-rm. apt., 2735 Riverside Ave., r gax Knowlton. In the bottom photo, Garrison, Rubin Copeland, Joe
Capt. Norman Hdfrich, Sup
Mrs. -H, Pruce. ]yFlscal"officer, presents ,an O'Connell," and Julius Der Quina.

Furn. apt $65: ; 722 Lomax at 5 $80 check to Pierce" Wilson .Jr. .
Points. (left) and William Williams

One rm.- 2601 ,Park.. Ph. '8277.0, for new method of loading
scrap;metal at'the Salvage and NAVY WIVES
Bessie Houston, ,
Scrap yard Their idea re- "
.. 2 fern houses- (tn Ortega.Ph.. 2- duces man-hours and labor :

522., Ml'8: Harris _cost. CORNERThe '

Furn. apt. .Ph". 2-4275.: ; I I
One-bdrm. turn apt. $50. 8524 next business meeting, of
.. Metal'
... Society Meeting
Metira Ave., off West Collins SABWODJ Pays Off v t.he'; Navy Wives Club 86 will beheld

Rd. Ph. 11283244. .. on Dec- 18. All members are
To Feature Alcoa '
2-bdrm., furn. house., $75. 3719 Alert Employees Still Picking i Up Story urged to be present, as all fine))

Mayflower. Ph. 27.720{. The Aluminum Company of arrangements for the Christmasand

Furn. rm. Prefer gentleman. 2841 America will present a program the New Years Night parties
Extra Cash With Beneficial Ideas"Suggest
Doris l Ave, Ortega. 'Ph. $- ::573. entitled "Alcoa Aluminum and jts, will be discussed. The 'Nominating

Furn. 3 rm, apt. Ph.. 28894Mrs. A Better Way Of; Doing It"-t! e SABWODI mystery Alloys" at ,the regular, meeting of *Committee will also make it's

Lewis. slogan that captured. everyone's attention: kit.year is.stlJ producing he Jacksonville Chapter, of the first report.
Five rms. unfurn. 1023 Oak St. results, among departments on the station. Since this will be the last meeting -
American Society For Metals to
Ph. 7-6531, Mrs. Hess. I __ before election of officers for
six' Overhaul andRepair !
, Unfura 2-bdrm.. apt. .4273 Baltic Only recently pump) from the test! machine./ Formerly be held. Monday Dec. 14 at 1930 1954 it is Imperative that all

St., Ortega. Ph. 25326. for suggesting employees methods, earned that$200 Improved it was necessary :to remove at the' Seminole Hotel; members attend.. All members .

T\vo-bdrm.unfurn. house. 5232 Ap 'production and increased the pump several times in 'order J. B. West, technical consultant wanting to help with the Christmas -

pleton Ave., Lakeshore. Ph.. 88-.. efficiency; 6f their job to obtain 'the proper setting. and, G. L. Brinkworth, who will,be party in Ward B-5 will pleu'come

7391, $75. Another $25.00 check went to master of ceremonies, will head to the Club House Saturday.

2-rm. furn.. apt. Orange Pk. Ph. At the Supply and Fiscal department Joseph ;N.? Duncan, Jr., veteran the program. This' is the fourth morning, "lO AM, December 12. .

11284702.. William C. Williams, meeting of the ,Jan chapter ASM
contributor: to the Beneficial Suggestion Final arrangements will be made
FOR SALE .leadingman Gas Cutter'and Burner program, for his original a, non prOfit, educational organi- '
and Pierce Wilson, Jr., Operator then.The
Lakeshore! : Two-bdrm. brick home. method of preventing possible hydraulic zation, whose principal objectiveIs Nursery will close flee,
1746 Sefa fcircle East.Threebdrm. High Lift Truck, shared an aileron boost failure iH to provide technical, 'data on 24at 1800 and will reopen again

.. house, 4658 Ulmer. .80.00 .a w a r d for, submitting an outer wing panel by placing' metals, their ..processing and use Doc, '28 at 0700. On New Years

Ext.' 8564: ,or 85333. Idea which reduced the man-hours hose ,clamp and attaching 'ta.b'to :6: 'all engaged in any phase of Eve the Nursery' will stay open

Two-bdrm. stucco.. Cash 'for my and labor cost' required to load stringer between, station 192.931and the metal l working Industry. until 0230 Jan. 1 and will be
metal (scrap) at .the Salvage and ,
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equity or will consider terms 205.651: (F2H-Z Wing). cloned all day New Year's Day.
:Yard.
Scrap
5255: Camille Ave., Lakeshore. % 6 Parent are urged to make res'
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Two-bdrm. house, Cedar Shores. The Bureau of Aeronautics ervations ,lor New Year's Eve

Call, Lt L. B.:Frey, Et. 416 or This was accomplished' by :aheavy' Committee on Awards recommended Immediately.
metal 'which can be
88-7810. scoop this additional award on AU Arrangements, will be bandied ,
27-ft. house trailer. (Schult-194)). readily 'attached to the: forks of a '
the basis'of intangible benefits to as in previons years. A deposit
'Lot .52 Azalea -Trailer Pk. &: high lift tractor and used for
: be t derived from the inclusion of of $1.00 is required which

E. Sullivan, O&R Instrument loading scrap!! metal Into trucks this suggestion in F2II Aircraft will, be applied .against the final

Shop. and vans. Service Change No.,224. bill. Beds will be reserved until

.' Two furn.houses, for sale on 20 ,Thelargest check in the 0 &: R A second additional award of 2000.,. Refunds will be made until

acres. $13,500. Rt. 4, Box, 427. group: went to John.C.,, Knowlton, $25.00, recommended ,by. the. Bureau ( midnight,_ Dec. 30th.

'Townsend. :Mr. G. J. Roach, Ph. who'won ,$60.00 for suggestinga of Aeronautlea"'Commlttee As announced
on previously, the
*" 8-3829. simplified method of handling< 20mmguna Awards, )went to Larry.j, Massey: .. tI m Se i Nursery is again serving dinnerto
Three-bdrm. house, River Front, : ; taken from aircraft dur
'" for his method of repair for the 'children of all ages daily except
'Orange Pk., 301 River 'Blvd., ing overhaul.,. Under this pro
worn handle assembly 011' HRS Sunday and :Monday.. On _
: cedure,, removed from aircraft '
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Ext. 481. guns
and HO4S engine sandwiches
Helicopter access Sunday night shouldbe
-, 'MISCELLANEOUS\ :ire ..overhauled immediatelyand doors: : .This suggestion has brought by parents; 'on' Monday
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Riders{ wanted to Chicago or, 'vicinity reinstalled, eliminating two been included, in .HRS/HO4S Alrcratt nights the Nursery always

over: holidays.' Jim Ryan, packaging and preserving opera Service Change, making it closes at 180Q. Parents are again

\5 Ext; ,,216 or 8184. tions,, and considerable handling a standard! overhaul modification. asked to please mark 'their chil

Riders wanted from vicinity 6th in transportation. dren's with their
S '* Charles, E. Lankfords'earned$15.00'forsuggesting 'clothing name
& Main 730400.: : Call Mr. W. improyed, to avoid mixriip and confusion. ,
A$50.00: check was ,awarded
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R. Droze, 44744. Wheel guide for, use: on'"the 0 & R .
Robert L Winhe for
Riders wanted toN. -Y. City, Leaving I ; a protective '.rose._ This method elimi- iF F F $.
compass
for 20 test
Dec. 23, return Jan.. 2. }Miss armored shield the mm nated damage to Urea and wheelsof Reservations/ For

,Fowler, Ext.. 211 'or '29894. tiring range. Formerly firing aircraft= 'for the period, of time '
Christmas; Dinner
Riders wanted to Tampa, Clear-'; switch for'test firing 20 mm;guns s '.
.. It was in use.'Christmas.-
!water., Leave Saturday Hen- in Building 101-P was 'located At General Mess

'' demon,. Frt.} 216, or 8184. 8. alongside: the gun. Winnie's., suggestion The general mess at 'Naval
caused It to "be moved to Trees G Ride wanted 'from 'downtoWn ,to ? ., Air Station, and' ,NA TTCenter
NAS, '8:00-4:30: : Ext. '136, at a' safer: area, and a.shield installedfor I, Sale 1 :Jec.: 17"I I will make cash sales for Christ,
.. (rmas'
the: protection I of, the. operator: Dinner drawing
iHdspitaL personnel
thus eliminating a dangerous. 'Christmas trees all '
Ride wanted from 703' Laura to safety hazafd. : go on, sale at 1200,. December AFPS cw.rx commuted rations as wellas
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4; their, guests, and
NATTC., Hours 0730. to '1610. Faber R. Tiiten earned $25.00for .17, ,on the' tennis, courts .across to guests

Annie Lee Eby, Ext. 8523.,/ an adapter for fuel booster: the street from the Malnside.\ of personnel regularly subsist.ing'
TALENTED ,1\I1SS-Eve Miller !- on the general .Jri ss.
,Will baby'sitday or evening; 1775 pumps. This method uses a blank-. Navy Exchange Is one of.IIollywood's busi- Admission' will l! be made by

la nuton. Ph.. 8-4958, Mrs. AdPaby off and by-pass to make! ,the fuel The trees are offered t h is est 'actresses. She has been ticket
only, 'sales being madeat
die. booster;'pump bypass valve readily year at_ a substantial.savings, seen In Warner Bros. "AprilIn
Paris" and "The Story of Building 725 from Dec. 14
: sitter. Grace Joyner, 1533 accessible, for adjustment during approximately 40 percent. lessI Will Rogers.? Both are terhnN to 23, from 0900 to 136o daily.

Ogceola Ave., Ph. 74197.: tesyng'without removing' ;;' the! thjtn! }las .years, prices. color ,productions., y

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