Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
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---" .. -:-._. ._ Navy's Answer To The MIG

VF-32 First Unit To

Get New Cougar JetFighter

Squadron 32, a Fleet Air Jacksonville unit basedat

NAS Cecil Field, has become the first fleet operating squadron

to be equipped with the Navy's newest jet fighter plane,

...."J' the F9F-G Cougar. .

is .. rpf ..'. ....,;..:. Over twelve of the speedy VF-32.
-- -- -- --
r y sweptwing jets described by Sec- The Cougar is the successor to .
,, NAVY'S NEWEST- Rated In the retary of the Navy Dan Kimball '
\ the battle-proven Grumman Panther
1 "over 600 mph" class, this new swept-
,, '. # wing jet fighter, the F9F-6 Cougar is recently as one of the several jet the first Jet to be used in
I .- .. the one that is said to outperform the fighters being built for the Navy combat by the U. S. Navy:. It
.. : J Russian MIG. VF-32 is the first squadron which will out-perform the Rus- is a much faster airplane than
; .; .. .;'.''' .. .., .' ..>,. ., to be equipped with the Cougar sian MIG have, been delivered to the Panther which Is officially in

the "over 600 MPH" category,
yet It has the same low landingand
4,000 EmployeesAt
take-off speed. This difficult

performance combination is ideal
NAS Granted
x-njjt1is for carrier aircraft.


Wane< IncreaseNearly Pilot of VF-S2 who began

checking out in the first of their
4,000 ungraded civilian new Jets last week previously flew

'were employees recently awarded at NAS a wage Jax VOL-10 No. 36 U. S. N A. S. Jacksonville, Fla 11 Dec. 1952 the F4U gull-winged Corsair fighter.conventional type

boost, retroactive to the first I-- Several of VF-32's pilots are

pay period after Oct. 16, 1952. Will PatrolRoosevelt veterans of Korean combat having -
The laborer rate has been increased served with the squadron

17 cents bringing the when, with other units of CVG-3,
hourly rate to $1.20 for this grade. I they operated off the carrier USS

Helper rate went up 20 cents H N-i t I IC I Leyte In strikes against communist

bringing hourly pay for this gradeto For ViolatorsIn held territory late in 1950 and
$1.50. All other ungraded rates early 1051. .

wen UP an average of IS cents the interest of safety Capt. I *

per hour. Burnham C. McCaffree, commanding Upon return to the United
Schedule Forthcoming officer of the Naval Air Station f fwr States Carrier Air Group 3 was

In making this announcement has directed that a Navy based at NAAS Sanford until October

Lcdr. Charles I* Garrettson Industrial patrol be established to enforce of this year when it was

Relations officer stated regulations on Roosevelt Boule- shifted to NAS Cecil Field.

that the new schedules of wages vard prohibiting hitchhiking by Lcdr. Roy Reed is commanding
had not yet Been received from military personnel. officer of VF-32.
Washington but as soon as they
Although the order against + R
arrived these employees wouldbe hitchhiking has been in effect for
o & R Will Offer
paid on the new basis and all
some time, the new patrol will be
employees on the payroll on Dec.
instructed to apprehend all violators -
8 would receive back pay to the not only hitchhikers but CARNIVAL CONFAB-Naval Air Station commanding officer Holiday Baskets -
first pay period after Oct. 16. the Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree (right) is oriented on the history
Wages Leveled personnel walking on highwaywho and planning of the Navy Charity Carnival by Capt. Julius C.
This increase brings the Navy present a hazard to traffic. Early, general chairman of the event for the past two years. A This ChristmasFor
$31,500 check, derived from funds from the 52 Carnival was the
wages at local activities to the drive the third consecutive
single contribution made to the Community year
been instructed
The Shore Patrol has -
Industrial level for the Jackson- which went over its goal for the second straight year. employees of the Overhaul and
to follow the same pro-
ville area. cedure. Huge $31,500 Check Is Largest Repair department will give away
Employees at other installations Christmas baskets of groceries toa
other than the Air Station will Strict regulations regarding
specially selected of deserving
group -
also get similar wage increases traffic control have been estab- families.

Under Secretary of the Navy lished on the Station proper, with Charity Carnival Funds Help This project in charge of the

Francis P. Whitehair has announ- increasing penalties dealt to repeated combined seven Shop Committeesof

ced. This includes workers at offenders. Proper parking, 0 & R
was started November
Green Cove Springs, Naval Air correct hand signals and obser- Chest Drive Over The lopJacksonville's 1, when all employees were ask
Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary vation of stop signs light signals ed to donate to the fund each
Air Station Naval Fuel (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) week. Donations
were put on a
Depot, Navy Hospital Naval.Reserve 1952 Community Chest drive soared over
basis and
to date
Training Center and the Next Week's IssueIs its quota for the second straight year, with Navy's check for $2,400 has been collected.In over
Publication $31,500 topping all donations.
District and
I previous years, 0 & II employees -
Final For 52
The unofficial l total of $
Printing offices. at the time the benefit carnivalwas have contributed articles
Result of SurveyThe Units who wish to publish 704.03 was the largest I held, and upon returning, voluntarily of food which were then packed ,
Under Secretary said the accounts of their holiday plans ever raised by the Chest or collected $1,500 for its into baskets by the workers. This
Increases for Green Cove Springs affairs that other charity campaign in
and are reminded '' I contribution. year however It was decided to
workers will bring the pay of the next issue of Dec. 18 will sonville, and was $13,994.08. I purchase basket hampers
Other Contributions com-
those employees up to the traditional be the final issue of 1952. the goal set. i
VC-62 also gave $100 to the plete with groceries from a
level for similar workersat In addition to the Navy's
The Jax Air News will sus- chest drive and a substantial sum downtown firm.
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- check realized from proceeds
pend publication for two was given by Cecil Field. The collections will end December
tion. weeks after the Dec. 18 issue. the Charity Carnival held at 15. Baskets will be pur-
Recommendation for the Naval Air Station last Military and civilian personnel
Publication will be resumedJan. chased end delivered by em-
made the Carrier Air Four also of the various commands here,
increases was by Navy Group
8. ployees on December 23 to those
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) tributed. This group was at along with their families and
people who have been individually
friends, can take pride in knowingthat -
Pat Passes their support of the 1952 recommended to receive them.Chaplain .
Byrne Through- ---
Carnival had much to do with

I I- Pilot Who Grew Up With Naval Aviation Visits HereOne the success campaign.of the CommunityChest Chief

... .. ,
of the few flying Warrant r -.y. :- '"- --. checked out in is Jets. It is Carnival Funds ProratedAs Here

Officers in the Navy and the' man desire that someday he might it has been pointed out the SaturdayMaking

with the greatest number of hoursin able to do that. annual Navy Charity Carnival is his annual visit, Rear

the air of all Naval Aviators Entering the Navy in 1917 3)I staged for the purpose of raising Adm. Stanton W. Salisbury Chief

paid a brief visit to the station served as qualified airman funds for charity thus eliminating of Navy Chaplains, will arrive

ILst week. WWI. A qualified airman various and sundry drives I this Saturday for a three-day tour
Chief Boatswain Patrick Byrne 4e. sort of Jack-of-all trades, throughout the year. Money derived of the stations' religious facilities.

who this month completed 35 as flight ,engineer ground from the Carnival is prorated I '
years of active Naval service t G anic, gunner radioman and among various approved' Chaplain S al-
has been
stopped here for a few days last ayA details. charitable organizations in the isbury
Chief of Chaplains .
week when adverse weather con- Jacksonville area.PrOOOflds .
ditions between here and Seattle 1920 he won his wings as to Charity since Sep.

Wash., grounded his PBM-5. enlisted AP. Eight years later Other charitable organizationsdue 1, 1949. lie en-
tered the
Byrne and his crew were ferry- became WO and in '42 was to receive gifts from the Carnival Navyin
1921 underan
ing the PBM from Norfolk where 0949 missioned a Lt. (Jg). Advanced proceeds when their annual
they are attached to VR-31. % a.yhA Lcdr. in 1944 he held that campaigns get underway are: appointment \
of I
acting chap-
until 1950 when he was American Cancer Society Duval -
_____ lain. & -
Making his first hop in April m Pat m. .nu back to his permanent rank County Chapter; American Heart Adm. Salisbury

1915 Byrne has now logged a Byrneof C1IBOSN due to age. Association, Duval County Chap Prior to entering the Nan service

total of 22,000 hours behind a aircraft that was standard One of the most interesting ter; Salvation Army Duval Coun- Adm. Salisbury served dur.

stick. More than 19,000 of these equipment with the Navy and a riods of his career he recalls ty Chapter; National Society for ing World War I as a First Lieu.

hours have been in Navy craft. few that were not. About the only while he was flying the Mars Crippled Children, and Navy Relief tenant in the Army Chaplains

Pat has flown almost every type thing that he has not been (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. Society. Corpa.t .

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 11 December 1952

Report From WashingtonInduction -


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Instructors of the layout

Station Jacksonville Fla. phase of the Airman Prepara- Proposed To Meet Demands

NAS, Jacksonville tory School at NATTCenterhave
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree Commanding Officer
Comdr. James IL Armstrong _Executive Officer begun a drive to gatherold
j ..
and for ((1y Armed Forces rr i ServIce)
Fleet Air Jacksonville magazines Nineteen- 'car-old youths may lieutenant, both regular and rel;
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander men at Raiford Prison. ) serve. Officers 'accepted must
inducted Into the Army if state
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_Chief of Staff The instructors are sponsor- be agree to remain on active duty
into man-
boards start running
Fleet Air Wine Eleven ing the drive for the men at for at least one year after
Arthur S. shortages, Selective Ser- completion -
Capt Born Commander power
the Florida State Prison so that of the course.
Comdr. Joseph T.. Thornton_. Chief Staff Officer vice officials have announced. Local .
they will have reading materialfor
Naval Air Technical Training Center boards are now barred from I
Capt. Edwin R. Peck _Commanding Officer their library. The more Inducting anyone below 20. The I A change In the Air Force

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart-Executive Officer I than 2,000 inmates there are edict was Issued to prevent some payment system will soon be made

Naval Hospital I dependant on donations for 19-year-old which ls expected to result In slg.niflcant .
boards from calling
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton._._ Commanding Officer reading material of all kinds. savings to the Air Force
Executive registrants while others still hada
Capt. T. F. Weinert_
NARTU Any book, pulp magazine, or sufficient reserve of older men. the U. S. Treasury and the Gen.

Officer even a well thumbed pocket uncertain how eral Accounting Office. A recent
Capt. Easton B. Noble-Commanding But officials are
Comdr. Anthony Trusso-Executive Officer book will be greatly apprec- much longer they can meet demands study completed by the Air Force
iated and will be a good source without dipping Into the has resulted In a decision to use

The JAX AIR NEWS ti published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station of enjoyment. bracket. card checks by those finance offices -
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed non-appropriated fundsat 19-year-old
no expense to the government nr In :: INlnCI NAVEXOS P35. Rev. Three collection points have which Issue over 10,000
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station. the been checks monthly, Instead of
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. established throughout the The Service department have paper
Naval Hospital. Center. They are located at the checks previously in use.
announced again that no Christ- *
Editor-Andrew 11. Planey Navy Exchange Building 422
Staff Members'Ed Nellist, J03; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Williams and the Service Information mas cards may be printed or procured Navy headquarters in Japan will

SA; Helen Harper.The Office Building 500. at government expense. be moved soon from Tokyo to
JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Yokosuka, the Navy has
AFPS material appearing I In this publication may t'be reprinted withoutthe Only if the cards can be legally announ
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other ced.
matter, except by service publication, U prohibited without permission of WEATHER OUTLOOK Justified as necessary for public: e
EdItor. JAX AIR NEW business will they be allowed. Of-
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension Friday-Mostly clear and cool ficial messages of greeting, how- The Defense Advisory Committee -
8184 and 216. with light to moderate northerly on Women In the Services has
ever, be conveyed through
winds. been praised by Assistant Secre-
local administrative media or posted -
Every Citizen ''Responsible Saturday-Partly cloudy and on bulletin boards. tary of Defense Anna M. Rosen-

warmer with northeasterly winds. berg for its role In adding more

High Moral Standards-A NationalMust' Sunday-Partly cloudy and Officer applications* for under- than Forces 16,000 women the to the Armed

warm with light variable winds. during year of its
water demolition training on both existence. The committee has
If Country Is To SurviveEditor's. the East and West Coasts have helped to recruit Service women,
Critic: "You have a lot of bum
been opened by the Navy. Those
and to educate the public to a
Lcdr. Edward S. Wise, was jokes in this issue. eligible for the 15-week
( .Note: This essay, by course fuller acceptance of women in the
adjudged the best entry among officers In the Morals Essay Con- Editor: "Oh, I don't know. I puta are all unrestricted line officers Services.

test, and brings to a conclusion publication of essays). bunch of them in the stove and (except aviation classifications) .
the fire just roared. in the rank of ensign through Commanding officers
in the
Lcdr. Edward S. WiseIt
Marine Corps have been advised to

is an axiom of history that a nation, to survive, must r---j take no action to promote second

have a strong sense of moral values, and must live accord- LIq lieutenants in any of the follow-

ingly. It is equally axiomatic that a nation's sense of moral ing categories under a modifica-
tion of ALNav 33-51: Officers
values directly reflects the moral standards of the individuals k ,
undergoing hospitalization, on sick
who make np the nation. r. leave, assigned limited duty status -

Within the past thirty years, two totalitarian move- awaiting medical survey,

ments, Nazism and Communism, have threatened our way awaiting action of physical evaluation -

of life.. Both of these ideologies have sought to win the dx cal disability board, and retirement.awaiting physi-

minds of men by declaring that the ideas of morality that .

have evolved from the best thought and the best teaching of

our best minds through the ages are no longer valid. That Will Patrol

lies are preferable to truth, that brutality to one's fellowman (Continued from Page 1)

is preferable to kindness, that amorality and sexual and speed limits are enforced

promiscuity should be substituted for normal relations with- without partiality to both militaryand
civilian officers. As a result,
in the bonds of matrimony.
the accident frequency on the Sta-
tion has been cut to a minimum.
AH this corruption of moral values has been deliberately *

planned to advance the cause of the all-powerful state. Both OFFICIALS........ .. ,.t9MM* Ki ..f.-..,.yiMAtjMimmtHm However, military personnel

these "isms" have openly announced that they wish to wipe TOUR CLASSES-Col. D. K. Yost, G-I !MCAS driving motor vehicles off the
Cherry Point, N. C. (right) one of an Inspecting party o'f 121
out religion, the worship of God, from which the greater part aviation officers pauses to watch Pfc. Eugene Tatko file Marine an- naval reservation are subject to

of our moral standards spring. They realize that to corrupt "I" beam in hand tools class at ANP( ) School. At the left Is civil traffic regulations, and in
Capt. II. G. Smith III
Fleet Marine Atlantic. Instructor case of accident are subject to
men's minds you must first corrupt their morals. M/Sgt.the background.Walter Wentzell, talks to other memberTof the group In civil law authority according U


Often it is said that an individual's morals and his stand- Hold Two-Day Conference law.The new patrol of Roosevelt

ard of moral conduct are his own affair, and are of no con- .. Boulevard represents a special ef-

cern to anyone but himself. This theory will hold true onlyif Visiting Marine Officials fort by the station officials to

the person has no social contact with any other person, can ImpressedWith augment city and county safety

. influence no other person, and is loved by no one. A person efforts to prevent accidents on the

marooned on an island where he was the only inhabitant Students' Work At ANP( ) School"The highly traveled approach to the

would be in this unenviable position. Individuals thus iso- Station.

lated from all other humanity are few indeed. And, except and individual visiting officers were greatly Impressed with the facilities .

for these occasional and unfortunate ones, every act, goodor School," Lt. Col.attention James C.given students in the Airman Preparatory A man with a closed mind woulddo
bad, of an individual affects those near him or those who Detachment Lindsay, commanding officer at Marine Air well to keep his mouth that
love him. NATTCenter reported after 12 officers from Marine air way, too.
commands toured the school last week.
The person who possesses and lives by a firm set of The
Inspected school
moral values, derived from the best in our heritage of civili- I during group a two-day conference hereto sions at MAD, the officers, who DIVINE)1,
zation, is usually an emotionally mature person. He usually discuss Marine training problems represented six air commands and
has a definite sense of his responsibility to those who love I and formulate Headquarters Marine Corps, met
policies for
him, of his responsibility to his fellow man, and of }his re- I the coming year. with NATTCenter Naval training ((5ERwcEsY0800-Lutheran
sponsibility to himself to walk uprightly before his God. He I officers.
knows what is morally right} and what is morally wrong, and Protestant

he deliberately chooses the right. In addition to conference ses- The meeting here was suggested Communion I

by Colonel Lindsay to acquaint Services, Small Chapel.

Just as the pages of history tell us of the fate of nations Special 650 LuncheonAt commands with training given in 0830-All Saints Chapel.

which compromised their sense of morality, so they tell us of Civilian Cafeteria the schools here. The ANP( ), 0915--Naval Hospital Chapel

men and of nations whose influence in history has been out Aviation Ordnance, and Aviation 0930Sunday School.
A special 65 cent luncheon Machinist's Mate schools 1045-All Saints ChapeL
of all proportion to their numbers because of their steadfast at NA-
refusal condone menu will be offered to em- TTCenter now graduate about 1- Catholic
to wrong or to retreat from what they knew
was right in moral conduct. ployees eating at the civilian 200 Marines a month. 0800-0900-1000( ( -Mass, St. Ed

cafeteria beginning Friday, Represented at the conferencewere ward's ChapeL.
Our nation's influence in world affairs is exercised
Dec. 12, manager Charles the Marine Air Corps Air 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL
through moral and ethical force as well as by armed might. I Keuhner has announced.The Stations at El Toro
That moral force cannot be greater than or different from the Point, N. ; Cherry i Mormon
.net sum of the moral standards and practices of its individual menu will Include one Plant C.and; Miami; Air FM- 1930-Tuesday-NATTC Chap-
.citizens. Now almost before meat dish, two vegetables, and Air FMFPac; NATT- i lain's office.
as never our country needs to Center at
bread and butter, and coffeeor Memphis, Tenn., and ;
have its citizens exhibit their devotion to the principles ofinlividual Headquarter Christian Science.:
morality that have made us great. tea. Washington. Marine Corps In 1900-Tuesday-NATTC Chap

I lain's office.I .




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--- 11 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


1 1 -- OSPffA--- T -'- I 800 Civilian Volunteers Needed As Air Observers I -

Have you ever felt you'd like 8,000 previously organized Ob- is being run by the Air Force of radar, Is another important

s to be of more service to your nervation Posts and 26 Filter With the exception of a small phase of aircraft observing and

country and to its defense pro- Centers. unit of Air Force personnel who reporting 1
- Received on board at the Naval 0 SIn will be assigned to supervisethe The Filter Center at Jack
gram? If do here's
you ,
e.st Hospital for active duty were: your explaining the Ground Ob- operation of the Filter Center sonville is locate at 575 Riverside

Lt. Leonora F. Amlong, Lt Hor- opportunity.An server Corps, Lt. Boucher indicated it will be manned and operated Avenue. Persons desiringto

ty ace G. Bone, Lt. Frank C. Joiner, additional 800 civilian volunteers that it Is composed of by civilian volunteers volunteer for duty should

n Lt. John IL Reed, Jr., and Lt (jg) are needed to process non-military personnel who vo call 7-8473, or the Jax Air

Mary R. Struble. Ground Observer Reports for lunteer their services on a part All of the system requires News office, 8184.

Reporting aboard from time basis to report the move close coordination, explained The Filter Center and observer i
Hospital this
area, according: to informa
ce ment of aircraft Lt. Boucher the in for this will be .
Corps School, Portsmouth, Va., as! gaps posts area ;
lee 1 Were Paul A. Brockway, HA; Jo- tlon received from Lt. Lionel The Ground Observer CorpsIs the "radar warning system, organized, trained and placedin

seph Krawcyzk, Jr., HA; Ennis H. Boucher, commanding: officer being established as an im which are inevitable because of a "stand-by' basis for emer- I

Moore, Jr., HA; Joe E. Price, HA; of the Jacksonville Air Filter portant link in our Air Defense radars line-of-slght limitation, gency use. Periodic exercises .' I

Walter R. Critchett, HN; Kenneth Center. System. The volunteer memberof might be the place where ene- conducted by the Central Air .

1t C. RudnIcki, ILN; Arthur J. Ap- The Jacksonville Filter Center the Corps are members of my aircraft enter the United Defense Force at Kansas City,

plegate, HN; James L. Brady, is one of the 24 new centers the state civil defense organization States. Spotting low flying aircraft Mo., will give the corps active j
being established to work with but the entire under the effective
HN; Norman A. Woehrman, HN. program arc operating experience. j

From Hospital Corps School,
0r Bainbridge, came Harry E. Brad- AFIS RecommendedFor I '1

' ford, Jr., HA; John R. Kozick, Prospective PIOs ; '; ') : .,:::':' ':d/? '' 1 \ 'i--; 19 Added To

HA; Joseph R. Luciano, HA; wt .
Naval commands ashore and a- j :. .'{; ,
W. McDonald Jr. HA Er- Roster OfGalloners
float ,
U are being urged to take full '. ,
-e' '
nest D. Kincaid, HA.
o advantage of the services offeredby _

1. S the Armed Forces Information ,.., -
Joel A. Blumberg, SA; Nicholas School, Ft. Slocum, N.Y. Drastic :; i:. ::.r"1t, Nineteen more blood donors
Corrigan, SA, and Richard C. cuts have been made in billets
have been added to the Jax Half-
'. Cooper, SA, reported aboard from for full time public information ," +' ".
{ Gallon club, bringing the total
s USNTC, Bainbridge, and Doris M. personnel, the Navy said, due to .. membership to 131.
Cavanaugh, HA, reported from fund limitations. The Navy recommends r
,. Corps School, Great Lakes, HL that officer and enlisted Military and civilian personneland
( dependents) who have givenat
e Three new additions to the personnel, Interested in public
I Chiefs watch list on Dec. 16, will information, be ordered to AFISat least four pints of blood to thestation's

be Ben Kissee, 1IM1; Calvin J. the first opportunity. Armed Forces Blood Cen

9s Cupit, HM1, and James IL Mahoney ter are eligible for' membership.The .
new members include:
,, Alfred, Tomerlin, Jr., IIM3, took Blanding Is Harry E. Thorne, FN, Reserve
the final step on Nov. 23 after
1 Miss Betty Meeks of Vero Beach Site of AnnualMarine Arthur J. Olsen, FN, Reserve
aid "yes. __... M.____._ <<..v.mr_____._.....-.... '".-_..._.n. _..
SIted John S. Shay, AA, Cecil Field.

Cross Notes FiringThat 'FLAT TOP' ACTION-Action scenes such as this can be seen Pfc. James R. Landrus, NATT-
I There Is no doubt at the Naval in the color drama movie "Flat Top" which will be shown at a Center.
I busload of Marines you'veseen local Jacksonville theatre this evening. Filmed for the most part J.
Riley Spears, AM3 Fasron 9.
Hospital that Christmas is just lately clad in dungareesand aboard the USS Princeton in the Pacific, the film is full of vivid ,
Carl P. Kroboth Jr. AMAN
around the corner. Each afternoon action. ,
carrying rifles, isn't part ofa Fasron 9.Thomas.
from 1400 to 1600 there are two
friendly ladies at Navy Exchangeto replacement draft. Its the an- Actual Carrier Operations L. 'Brown, AN, Fasron
nual trip to the rifle range, re 9.
gifts for patients. This
service wrap will be available throughDec. quired yearly by all Marines, Naval Aviators In Action In WWII Norman L. Millen, AT3, Fasron
which is now under way for per ; 6.
23, though it is advisable to
plan early and avoid that last sonnel of the MAD at NATTCen. William E. Hubbard, 0 & R.
minute rush. ter and Narine Barracks on Main- (Vividly Portrayed In Movie 'Flat Top'"Flat Robert L. Kemp, YN2, ComFalrJax. -

Ward C-4: wax a lively spot side.Now Top", a color motion picture vividly describing the actionsof .
Tuesday, Dec. 9 when the American In its second week at a group of naval aviators flying off a carrier during World War II, James D. Hall, SA, Fasron 109.

Legion, Post No. 293 enter- Camp Blanding, individual quail- and later Korean jet operations, is to be shown this evening at one of George G. Baughman, Public
fications will continue throughthe
tained. Before the party was over the major movie houses in Jacksonville.
the patlenta were singing carols 19th. Approximately 350 men Paul J. Macken, SKC, Reserve
will fire 225 with the carbine and Starring Sterling Hayden as a
With guests. Rear Adm. Leslie Gehres, (ret.), Fleet
Thursday, Dec. 11 the recrea- 120 with the M-1. Carrier Air Group Commanderand one of the Navy's great heroesof James L Roufe, AMAN, Special

tion hall will ring with piano M/Sgi James J. Creek, instructor Richard Carlson as the execu the Pacific fighting, acted! as a Service.

music. Miss Wilhelmina RUst will at AO"A" school fired tive officer of a fighter squad technical director of the Navyepic. Cpl. Frederick A. Wunsche, NA-
the highest score with the carbine TTCenter.
be guest artist for the evening.
ron, the film features scenes of
Her will include so far, a 257 of a possible S S William D. O'Neil, SN, NATT-
program many air to air combat, the bombing of
275. Best carbine score for the Center.
favorites, one of which Is Warsaw Admiral Genre came up thru
Concerto. She will play any and first week wah made by M/Sft. ships, land straffing and bombingof the enlisted ranks and was captain James C. Patterson, PNSN, NA-

all requests possible. Robert W. Genie, ANP( ) school Japanese fortifications duringthe of the aircraft carrier USS TTCenter.

Ward A-6 is anxiously awaitingthe Instructor, who collected 251. last war. Franklin which was hit by a Kamikaze James H. Johnson, TD3, NATT-

arrival of Saturday afternoon, Most accurate eye with the M-l t e and set afire. He remained Center.

Pec. IS when Jacqueline Davis so far has been Pfc. J. D. Under The scenes showing actual car aboard the stricken ship with a Estelle M. L'Heverux, SA, Com

will entertain with her own brand wood, also an ANP) school in rier operations were taken aboard volunteer crew, extinguished the munications.

of boogie-woogie music. structor. His 230 of a possible 250 the USS Princeton which was en- raging fires and brought the flat-

Ward B-7 is looking forward to points beat by four the score of route from San Diego to Hawaiion top to port for repairs.

Its Christmas bingo party sponsored Sgt. C. C. Blakeney of the Brig. its way to Korean waters. Many of the scenes in "Flat BLOOD BANK

by the National Council of Top" were taken by official U.S. BOX SCORE

Jewish Women Dec. 17. Navy photographers aboard ships

Those patients wishing picturesof FS in the Pacific. All of the footage No. Quota Per.Seh.

the Christmas decorations In H made by the Navy photographershas Met Mt
the hospital there are cameras 4 Yof y never before been released. Marine Brks. 10 20 200.0
with flash attachments which may Dental _
1 2 200.0
be checked out at the Red Cross
I FAW-ll __ 13 23 176.9
Recreation Office. NATTCenter _...253 355 140.3

Gray ladies are shopping for StMOMEMAINSIDE Pub. Works ........ 24 27 112.5
the bed patients every day and Fla. Mil Dlst. 5 5 100.0

Navy exchange is a busy shop- Spec. Servo ?...?. 4 4 100.0

ping center with attractive gifts Comm. _.?_..? 4 4 100.0

on display. Thun., Dec. 11 IRD ...........?..._.? 2 2 100.0
'M x {yr, :F. Boots Malone. William HoldenFri. Medical _.?._ 2 2 100.0
Reduced Prices For 4' .,. .Y Dec. 13 NARTU?..??_ 1 6 85.1

Male Chorus ConcertThe Smoky.....? Fred MacMurray Opere ......_.._.?. 12 10 83.3
Sat Dec. 13 Supply __.. 27 22 81.
annual concert of the Jax
Above andBeyond Res. Fleet _.?. 85 68 80.0
Male Chorus will be given Mon- '
: -r 9' '' ....... Robert Taylor Admin. ?._.?.._? 3 2 66.6
day, 15 Dec., 1952 at 2015 in the I Any _
George Washington Hotel audI I ,, h NATTOntpr CornFalrJax _.? 94 31 43.8
Thurs. Dec. 11 Gm. Cove Spg.? 35 U 40.0
Torpedo Cecil Field _.?. 16 IS 31,20&R.115
Service personnel in uniform
Alley......... Dorothy Malone 26 22.6
will be admitted at the reduced
Fri. 12 hospital __ 21 1 4.1
I -.4.. ._:a 7."; .. -" -":- Dec.
of 75 cents.
price Boots Malone .. William Holden Engineers ....?.13 0 0.0
S. NAS PHOTOS GAIN AtTENTION-Charles C. Cossett, PIIGC, Sat. Dec. IS AIM- 4: 0 0.0
She: "Would you like to see right), chlef-in-chargfe of the NAS Photo Lab compares the lab'sfile
Where I was vaccinated?" copies with four big pictures that appeared In the Nov. 17 issueof Smoky __ Fred MacMurray
Sailor: "I sure would." Life magazine. The pictures were those taken of the dramatic NAVAL HOSPITAL Torpedo f

She: "Then keep your eyes rescue at sea some 55 miles from here !in the Atlantic ocean when Thurs. Dec. 11 Alley _?._ Dorothy Malone
the Blimp K-119 went down. Lawrence Mack, AF1, who handledthe '
Battle Zone Linda Christian
We"ll be passing the hospital Sat. Dec IS
open. camera, gives the word on how the shots were taken. The pictures S
in a few minutes." received nation-wide coverage Fit Dec. 13 Boots Malone .. William Holden


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11 December

VP-861, Fasron Six, VF-43 Report

I k Scouting- Jacksonville Area Squadrons SALTY HUMOR FROM

Shortly after returning from tendon sheared accidentally in THEREHe

,l the Squadron Operational Readiness the barracks. Bumpus resumedhis was a well-known tightwadand

, Inspection hop last Thursday duties in electronics shop. he sent his wife a check for

,f crew four with Lcdr. Robert Van LeLand Worrell, AOC, returned a thousand kisses on her birthday.

,;k Olson and Lt.'s Edward Morris to Ordnance last Thurs- She wired him this message

r I and Dob Murdock, pilots, and day after being TAD to ComFairJax "Thanks for the check. I had no:

; Gordon Parker, ADI, plane captain for the past six months. trouble at all getting it cashed"Bos'n :.

. who made up the SAR crew John M. Sheppard, AOC, and *
wife, are proud to announce the
for the ordered
day out
were on : "My girl has two of the
arrival of
Christopher Wycliffe
a search mission.
prettiest legs in the world"Chief
Sheppard who was born Dec. 2 at t
Only 28 minutes from the time : "How do you knowt"Bos'n "
the Naval Hospital. Christopher
they were alerted, they were air : "I counted 'cm.
weighed 6 lbs., 7 ozs.
borne and on their way. Their .
mission was to relieve the station .
Said the cannibal
to the witch
UF, a "dumbo" aircraft,
doctor: "Something's wrong with
Although propeller driven air-
which was circling a fighter pilot
my kid, Doc. He won't eat
who had bailed out over the ocean craft are still dominant with VF- any.
30 miles off Mayport.The 43, a trio of new F9F-5 Panther body.
-< nk S *
jets arrived recently fulfilling
UF was running low on
the hopes of many who have im- i "Let me tell you one thing before -
fuel and had expended all its
patiently awaited their arrival. I you go any further," she said
smoke; lights to mark the positionof
"What's that? he
asked."Don't .
Pilots and crew members are
the downed aviator in the wa
i ter. Because of high seas, the UF busily engaged obtaining all the go any further;' she said.

I could not make a landing in the technical know-how necessaryfor *

water but a surface craft was on flying and maintenance. Mostof k.: _, ._,...__ .. The ship was sinking and the
their time for the past two captain called out: "Who
its way to recover the pilot. Lcdr. CIIANGE.OF.COlUl\IAND-Commandln officer of VF-13, can
weeks has been in various "
Olson directed the craft to the spent Lcdr Robert E. Merchant (right) congratulates his successor pray?
scene and then stood by until the types of ground training and Lcdr. John C. O'Connor, following change-of-command cere- "I can," said one man.
rescue was completed. away at schools. monies last Thursday at Cecil Field. Skipper of VF-13 since "Okay, then you can start now,"
'October 51, Lcdr. Merchant goes to Monterey, Calif. Lcdr. O'Connor said the "We're
Last week three new pilots and captain. one Lfe
comes here from staff of Commander Sixth Fleet. "
Fasron Six two crew members reported Jacket short.
aboard. George L. Cardillo, AE2. .
"Welcome Aboard" by all
For first
the time in his Navy 25,000th Landing
career William DeHart, ACCP( ) hands is extended to Lt. John L. Congratulations to Lcdr. and She: "Sometimes my father

ventured into the wide blue yon Sullivan, Lt. (jg) William L. Mrs. Laughlin Barker who became takes things apart to see what

der last Friday as a jet pilot. Hembree[ Lt. (jg) Melvin C. Morris the proud parents of a 7 Made During War makes them go."

HI, John R. Andres, AE3, and pound 15 ounce boy last Sunday. He: "So what?"
Piloting a F2H-2 Banshee under
CommiesFlight She: "So you better go."
the direction of XO Lcdr. Against .
Robert's. Hardwick and Lcdr. I I
Chester A. Parker, Maintenance Holiday PavSked Revealedpay operations for Lt. Jack Seaman: "111 ya honey, I'm going .

officer, DeHart flew to an altitude O'Donnel of Fighter Squadron 11, your way."
A pay schedule for the next will be for a 14-day period
Cutie: "Yes? You'd better bring
of 20,000 ft. at speeds exceeding a former Fleet Air Jacksonvilleunit
400 mph. two pay periods has been revealed only and will not include flight your powder puff then."
pay.' Who will be paid in this closed eventfully one day
for *
personnel going on
This was also the first experience group will be determined by recently when he chalked up the
DeHart has had with oxygen Holiday leave and Interestedin Uncle: "You boys today want
lists submitted by various 25,000th landing aboard the USS
at such heights. getting paid prior to depart commands. I too much money Why you knowwhat
Kearsarge after returning froma I was getting when I mar-
Capturing the opening game of All personnel whose names
the 1952-53 Men's basketball ing.For the mission against the Korean ried your aunt?"
City period Dec. 1 to Dec. do not appear on the list for
play last week by defeating 15, pay day will be held on special pay on Dec. 29 will be Communists. I. Nephew: "Naw" and I bet youdidn't

Great Southern 79-52, Fasron Six Dec. 15 at the times and placesto paid on Dec. 31. Those in a Sharing in the traditional cake either.

should prove to be a threat for be designated in a later flight status, and not shownon cutting ceremony in the ward *

the league title. planoftheday.Persons the list for Dec. 29, will be room with Lt. O'Donnel was his PFC. "Why did you leave your

Forward Bradley Kidd, setting starting their leaveon paid on Dec. 31, provided flight plane captain, Talmadge Butch, girl's house so early?"
an example for his fellow team Dec. 29 will be paid in cashon certificates are filed with the with both receiving the personal Pvt.: "Well, she turned out the

mates, netted nine goals and four that day at times and places disbursing office prior to 1600on congratulations of Rear Admiral light. and I can take a hint."

free throws good for 22. Other to be designated later. This Dec. 17. Robert Hickey, Commander Task .

point men for the Banshees were Force 77.Action. 1,400 Gifts Await

Lester Reed, "Mutt" Pasco, Bill against an enemy Is
Clear Weather
Ewing, John Campbell, and Tom Brings 50,000
not new to Lt. O'Donnel, a
Walsh with 19, 16, 10, 7 and 5 Navy Hellcat fighter in World Kiddies At Fleet

points respectively.In Blue Angels Thrill Large CrowdAt War II, but both he and BUtch

a practice game held earlier are impressed with their partin Christmas PartyOver

this season, Great Southern fell Pearl Harbor Day ProgramThe the Korean effort for more
before the Banshees 72-64. tons of bombs have been dropped 1,400 gaily wrapped gifts,

Navy Hospital released James name of Blue Angels is absolutely magic. by the Navy on the Communists designed to please even the most

}.t. Bumpus, ATAN, who recently And some 50,000 persons who saw them perform at last Sunday's there than on the Jap discriminating youngster, will be

completed treatment for a cute Pearl Harbor Day open house at NAS will tell you they could be called anese in World War II. distributed at Fleet unit partiesto

magicians of the air, with no equal. Instead of aerial combat against be held at NAS Jacksonville

The huge crowd was awed as enemy planes or ships though, Saturday, December 20.
the blue F9F Panther Jets streaked last demonstration that the Blue Lt. O'Donnell and the other The Fleet Air party is just one

at tree-top level. The 25-mlnute Angels will give under the direction Fighter Squadron 11 pilots are of 11 being held at NAS this

performance by the most famous of Lcdr Roy M. (Butch) Vors. now primarily concerned withan year. Previously one big party

flight demonstration team in the i He will be relieved of his Ares unglamorous but vital missionof was held.

a world climaxed the four hour( open ent duties on Dec. 15 by Lcdr. A. interdiction against ground Presents will be distributed according
house R. Hawkins who Is to the age of the child.
program. presently a forces, supply lines, roads, rail
member of the flight team. ways and support centers. Participation is limited to those

The crowd was definitely thrill children of Fleet personnel 10(

ed as the Angels executed their a years of age and under.

intricate flight patterns, all in extremely Hundreds Of Gifts
close formations. Hundreds ot gifts have been

r yr' Seemingly doing the impossiblethe purchased for the parties. In ad

five-man team trailed blue dition to presents, youngsters

and red vapor from their wing will be treated with a visit with
tips as they performed barrel rolls, Santa Claus, special entertainments -

loops and other feats and a Christmas sock jam

Other features of the day's program med with goodies.

included a concert by the Navy Wives Help!

4 station Navy band, touch and go Scores of Navy wives took over

landings by a Navy blimp from .. the tremendous job of wrappingthe

3 Glynco, Ga., a flight demonstration ,- p ::, gifts. The Volunteer Santa'a
by an AJ-2 from VJ-62 stationed .:') '\"' helpers used 8,500 square feet of
NAAS Sanford and a high paper and 4,500 yards of ribbonto
power takeoff and military climb accomplish their task.

by an F8F Grumman Bearcat pi- Separate parties have been
lited by Lt. L. C. Gage of NARTU. ( planned for Fleet Air Wing 11
; '. : : ..
:: :: squadrons and Fleet Air Jack

.... In addition to the flight demonstrations sonville units although both offer
--- -------- L:.._... """", ........o:......>... ..... the
--- '-" same features.
IT'S ALL IN THE FIX-There many static displayswere 1
are any number of things you in evidence in the NARTU READY GIFTS FOR PARTY-Santa Claus Hangar 140 will be used by
can say about TV actress June hangar. are these Navy wives who volunteered the task of helpers In mufti Fleet Air Wing 11 personnel and

McCall.\ But words are not When the program was over it 1,400 Rifts to be given to children of personnel of Fleet wrapping AIr units over dependents of Fleet Air Jackson.
needed to focus attention Dec. 20. Lcdr.
on John
Montgomery Fleet
Air vine
announced that it the Jax chaplain displays officers and men will gather
this was was -
lovely of the to
young one toys be given to some lucky kiddie. in Hangar 115."Page : .



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11 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

Finish First -Jersey Drum-Bugle Corps Guests Of NATTCenter Jax Credit Union

Flight Tests of Bluejackets Hear Plea, Open rtSl. Reports Steady

New P2V6Washington Members of St.Joseph's Ca- p. -- ,..... .'...A_" 1JA Forward GrowthThe

dets, a drum and bugle corps
(AFTS) TheNavy's
composed of 52 underprivi- Jax Navy Federal Credit
new P2V-6, a specialized _
leged children of Newark
Union is fast becoming a big business
plane for mine laying and antisubmarine J. doubt their
are no turning Since its organization last
warfare, has made its
heads south
and offering spring, a continuous growth in
first flight tests, the Departmentof
to the greatest thing membership has been recorded,
Defense announced recently. that has ever happened to
and has now reached 1,382. .
Manufactured by Lockheed Aircraft them. !s
The Financial and Statistical
Corp., 'the P2V-6 Is the lat- Naval Air Technical Training
Report for the period ending
est in the Lockheed Neptune series Center has opened its doors, wal-
Nov. 30, 1952, also shows that
which has been used as the Navy's lets and hearts to St. Joseph Ca- .t
$26,461.52 in shares has been pur-
primary anti-sub aircraft since dets who Invited ,
were to partici- r c
chased. Officials report that $23-
1945. pate in the Gator Bowl game fes-
374.21 is out loans with
now on ,
tivities and were about to turnit
$814.16 available for loans at this
A twin-engined, land based down due to lack of finances.
craft, the P2V-6 can be operated .

from limited area airfields despitethe s
The crack drum and
corps < Of the total amount loaned to
heavy load it' carries. It can will be the guests of Center per- members to date, $4,975.79 has
be converted for a wide range of
sonnel for four days starting Dec. been repaid and interest in the

assignments and permits nightly 30, and will be one of the feature amount of $528.20 collected. .

ppeclalized missions to supplementthe attractions on the entertainment
all-around anti-submarine As the Credit Union moves to a
per- program at the Florlda-Tulsa Gator
formance of the P2V5. Bowl sound financial footing, $2,646.15

game. has been set aside in a cash reserve -

Sleeping quarters, meals and en-
The bask missions for the P2V- which equals 10 per cent
tertainment will be In the offingfor
of the total shares. The
6 include anti-sub warfare, mine reserve
the members of the New Jer- a
for bad loans fund has also
laying, night torpedo attack, mast
sey corps, as well as planned toursof
and is avail-
level bombing, horizontal bomb- grown, more money

ing, and photo reconaissance. the Center's schools and facili FUNDS FOR ST. JOSEPH'S CADETS- Comdr. Richard S. able for operating expenses.

ties. Stuart, executive officer of NATTCenter; Henry Fisher, member *
Design of the new plane permits of the Gator Howl festivities committee, and Capt. Edwin It.

swift changes to suit bpeclfic mis- Voluntary contributions from Peck, commanding officer of NATTCenter (left to right, discuss Since the $1.00 a payday plan

sions. It carries the features of the bluejackets and officials of the the fund raising campaign for 52 members of the St. Joseph's has been instigated, members

the Neptune family, but with a Cadets from New Jersey. Comdr. Stuart makes the first donationto have taken advantage of this installment -
Training Center have already bring the crack drum and bugle team from New Jersey to per-
buying to add sharesto
longer nose, smaller wingtip tanks, started pouring In to defray the form at the New Year's Day Gator Howl game in Jax.
and smaller radar dome. cost of their four-day stay here. accounts.
5.5 Joseph's and wielded into a team Coy; Lt. Richard A. Belcher; Officials are encouraging additional ,
It is hoped that the campaign will J. McGuire and
which would put many professionals Chaplain Vonnell members to use this
the next two
gain impetus during
Need Sales Girls to shame. Angelo D. Zingaro, AKC. lar deposit method. The Credit
weeks, with enough funds gathered
At Navy Exchange to meet the needs. The stay here at the Center for Bowl The festivities group met committee with the Gator last Union will accept deposits as low ..

The lads, ranging in age from the lads will be financed entirelyby as $1.00 to be applied against amember's
Temporary sales girls are week to arrange for the Cadets'visit.
contributions from studentsand account. When the to-
needed during the holidays, eight to eighteen, Including a blind .
member crack drum support personnel. The boys tal reaches $5.00, the member
the Navy Exchange has an- comprise a .
nounced. and bugle drill team which has will eat in the regular mess with will automatically become the

attracted nation-wide attention.The the crew, but meals will be paid Command Of owner of another share of stock.

Interested parties can replyin group won the New Englandand for by the crew at the Center- I As operating funds increase,

person to the Navy Ex- Northeastern honors this year. not with Navy funds. VP-741 Goes I new benefits will be inauguratedfor
change office, Building 953,
The Gator Bowl trip was offeredto The entertainment and arrange- all members.

Mainside. them for their fine record. ment committee is composed of .

Capt. Edwin R. Peck, commanding To HardyPatrol
Stevens Kinsell
The group is composed of tin- officer of NATTCenter; Comdr. ,
Just Back From 741 the first
Squadron ,
derprivaleged children of Newark Richard S. Stuart, executive officer

who have been "adopted" by ; Lcdr. Roland W. Westover; reserve squadron of its type to Grab Honors At
be commissioned in this area after
Korea Stresses Father Thomas J. Finegan of St. Lt. James II. Bain; Lt. Paul Mc-
World War II, changed commandslast

Saturday when Comdr. AO AE SchoolsBoth

Need Of BloodOne Charles W. Rogers relinquishedhis ,

post to Comdr. James W. Aviation Ordnance and
new arrival at NAS knows
Q Hardy. Electrician's Mate Schools at NA
the need for blood in the front
Comdr. Rogers held the squadron TTCenter graduated Marines as
lines. lie's Frank Littlebury, who
reins for the last five years.In honormen in their respective clas-
arrived here last week from Ko-
the of assuming command, Comdr. ses last week.
rea to take over post
American Red Cross assistant Hardy remarked, "I've reached the P f c. CharlesO.

field director.It highest point thus far in my Naval Stevens

career, and feel extremely proudto from Perrine,
was just a month ago that t.
command a squadron,! with the F 1 a., finished
in Korea with the
Littlebury was enviable record of VP741." I first In AE"A"
40th Infantry Division, with mortar
Activated In March school with a

shells flying overhead. Now Activated in March of 1951 with mark of 89.36,
that he Is back he is stressing the
37 officers and approximately while Cpl. Richard
need for blood chance he
every enlisted men, the unit served as a B. Kin- .y

gets. lie declares that "It cannotbe 111 "guinea pig" squadron in that they sell's averageof

overemphasized*' and the needis I were immediately assigned fleet 89.14 1 e d..S.t;; -

increasing type aircraft without benefit of
his class of 52 Navy and Marine
Talks It Up refresher training.
personnel at AO"A" school.
While In Birmingham, Ala. en- I August of this year saw VP-

route here, he made 23 talks, plusa 741 successfully complete five Both continued good records

TV appearance for the Blood months of intensive training in made in Airman PreparatorySchool

where Kinsell finished 7th
Program. Littlebury says "It was the Mediterranean where they op-
that SERVE TOGETHER-It really doesn't happen very often,- and Stevens 9th in classes of 370
heartening to tell AA erated with the Sixth Fleet and
Zimmerman ,
brother and sister at the same base. Royce
Gra coming out of the front lines verses with sister !Marcia, ACAN, over an ART13 electronic transmitter several NATO countries. students.

and on their rest and recuperation at NATTCenter. Royce is in his seventh week at Airman Halls From Pomona A marriedman

leaves in Japan, head for the Preparatory School. Sister Marcia Is an Air Controlman strikerat A native of Lawrence, Kansas, who asserts

Red Cross Blood Center there to NAS. They hail from Allentown, Pa. Comdr Rogers now resides here. that

give blood." Until his release on February 15, wives are definitely

. Born In London Brother Follows Sister, Both 1953 he will assume administrative a helpin

lie is the second Red Cross duties with the staff of Com- getting thru

frontto Here TogetherRoyce mander FAW-11. school, Kinsell
member to arrive from the Now Serving .
who halls
replace two who left NAS for The incoming skipper, entered the

from Pomona, Calif., served as 3s ,r Marine Corpsin
Korea since Mid-May. He will assist -.
John field director I G. Zimmerman, AA, a Royce joined the Navy exactly navigator aboard the USS Tara- 3 .. Dec. 1951
here student at the Naval Air Tech- 351 days after his sister. wa proceeding his new assign- r and wen t

nical Training Center seems to After completing boot camp, ment, and during World War-II Kinsell
Littlebury was born in London, Naval Air through recruit training at MCRD,
be following in the footsteps of he was also sent to saw him as executive officer of
raised in Detroit. A former track I San Diego. From here he will go
Training Center. He
Marcia. Technical
his older sister, Patrol Squadron 63, and as flight
man, football and basketball per four weeks to to Marine Corps.. Air Station at
has more
Marcia, who enlisted In the now officer of Utility Squadron 2.

former at the University of Detroit Navy In August, 1951, completedboot complete in the Prep School Miami.

lie is a veteran of WW H, and was sent to Jax and then he hopes to again fol- Landlord: "rm going to raise Pfc. Stevens is to stay here at

having served with the Army for attend camp Airman Preparatory low his sister by becoming an your rent." the Training Center as instructor.

<6&<> years. to from the Air Controlman.Both SN.: "Gee, thanks. I haven't After graduation from PQnce de
School.After graduating
chose Air Con- Marcia and Royce*attended been able to do it." Leon High School In Coral Gables,
Two ministers saw a sign that I Prep School, *
trolman School, at Olathe, Kan- the Allentown High School in Fla., he entered the Marine CorpsIn

said: "Ladies Ready-to-Wear I She completed that school Allentown, Pa. Marcia graduatedin "You say your brother' an of Feb. 19 2. lie completed recruit
Clothes. sas. in ficer. What rank?" at ParrU Island in
and is now stationed at NAS Jax, 1951 while Royce graduated training .
"It's about time muttered one Striker. 1952. "Just plain rank." May.r .
of them. as an


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frigo, Six JAX AIR NEWS 11 December 1952
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End Zone Seats-

Still Available

LL* Q'1' For Gator BowlThe

few remaining tickets for
New Year's Gator Bowl game between
ime a Tulsa University and the
University of Florida are going
r 5 fast. According to George Olson,
G.tor Bowl Publicity Director,
the only available seats are in

'T With John M. Charvat the end zones.
4k Tickets In the North end zone
We've sat through some bush exhibitions by a sports are priced at $3.50, and those in

public in our years of association with athletics, but the show the south zone are $6.25.! Theycan

put on by a few of the "anti-Jax Navy" advocates in the be obtained at Donaldson's,

Mainside gym last Monday night was without, precedent.It's Inc., 216 West Adams St.

the unwritten law of the paying fan (personnel on sA Requests for tickets to the Gator
Bowl Basketball Tournament,
this base haven't been charged a dime to see an athletic Dec. 29-30, should be made to the

event in the history of the station) that it's permissible to : ...vak. ,Nf ki Gator Bowl -Association offices,

voice favoritism for either participant. But what does it NOT BAD TIME-Swimming coach Gil Whitalter (kneeling) 325 West Forsyth St., phone 3-
take to get support for a team representing Jax Navy? checks stop watch as Dave Carr (In the pool) waits for the ver 0250. Georgia, Florida, Georgia
dict. Behind Whitaker are members of the varsity tank team who Tech and Georgia Teachers College
edition of the Fliers isn't of the
If the 1952-53 worthy
will clash with Florida State University tonight at 1900 at the In- will compete in the cage
all-out support of this station then we'll eat our Oklahoma door Pool.Jax meet.

derby. And brother, we've no appetite for felt. The demand for tickets is

The Fliers staged a tremendous comeback to edge Navy FSU SwimmersVie heavy in both Gainesville and
Georgia Teachers College, 68.66, Monday, and in the Tulsa, end the Hurricanes report
closing seconds there was so much noise in the that special trains are already un-
Mainside gym that it took four seconds for word to Pool der formation to make the Jack
reach the scorers table on a foul called by one of the In Indoor TonightSwimming sonville trek. There is a possi

officials. bility that ducats can be obtained
During the last two minutes of the game there were teams of Florida State University and Jax by writing either University.
six personals assessed, netting the Fliers eight shots and Navy will vie tonight at 1900 in the Indoor Pool at NATT --...> -
Center and it will be the Fliers' last meet before
the Professors four. While it's, not kosher to interfere with pre-season
their regularly scheduled opener with Florida University in AirmanSchoolShips
the visiting shooter when he's on the free throw line by being Gainesville, early January.

boisterous, it's eveh worse to heckle your own players. And A nine-event card has been ar- Co. In
orders from Cecil Field. lie swam
that's just what happened.The ranged by Navy coaches Murland
three at Edison Tech of
Fliers need not compurgate themselves in the eyes Searight and Gil Whltaker. All Rochester years, N. Y., where he wasa Playoff BerthLosing
station invited to
personnel are
of any man on this station for past performances. Rather, i city champion.
attend the meet and there is adequate
it is the fan who must vindicate himself with the player.In seating space to accom- Another youngster swimming its first game in a double -
addition, the Special Services departments on this modate all hands. the long distance free style events elimination tournament to de-
station provide the best of facilities and equipment for var- Captain of the Jax Navy teem for the Fliers is Dave Slavfa cide a representative from NATT-
this sc Mon Hill be Dave Carr, who garnered second place Center to meet the NAS volleyball .
competition yet there is such a complete lack of avail-
a 20-year old free style artist in the Los Angeles City meet champ, ANP) Ships Com-
able personnel that Monday night the Junior Varsity cage who holds two New Jersey In- last year before Joining the Marine pany snapped back to bounce AO
squad played a City League game with only five men suited. terscholasUc records. lie participated Corps. School two in a row and gain the

The story doesn't end there. At present there are in A A U competition, Diving events are in the capable all-station berth.
only nine men vying with the varsity basketball copping his state's. tttle for the100yard hands of Whitaker and Searight, AO School needed only one win
team. Bill Mower and Tom Deeming both had to free style, novice class. the latter a member of the Navy's over the Airman School Supporters -
drop from the squad because of school difficulties. Harold: Ferris is another of the Olympic team. Whitaker is the to 'cop the play-off spot, but
Every Jax Navy entry could be a strong contender. stars on the local aggregation Sixth Naval District Diving Champion failed to get it after easily thumping .
Visiting athletes at the Naval Air Station never had it A four year letterman at Hamilton ) and a second place winnerIn AE School and Hand Tools.In .
College, Clinton N.Y., FerrisIs the Florida State AAU compet- regular season play ANP)
Fliers the road
so good. Unfortunately, when the are on they
a free styler who displays a lot ition. Ships Company was undefeatedin
not accorded the same courtesy which is so prevalenthere
are of polish.A .
Event offered tonight will beth a dozen starts to nab first
to all foreign competitors, whether they be bean bagthrowers top contender for the Fliers 300-yard medley relay, 200 place. .

or football players.On I In the 200-yard breast stroke will yard free style, 50-yard free style, The winners defeated Hand
road the had to sign two be 19-year-old Victor McLaugh- 150-yardIndividual: medley,
a recent trip capers away fancy Tools and AE School on their way
.week's pay, a chocolate bar and a leave period in order to lia. With the Great Lakes swim- diving, 100-yard free style: 200- to a final shot at AO School and
ming team last season, McLaughlin yard back stroke, 200-yard breaststroke in the last match edged the Stu-
gain the necessities for making a bed. And then it was ayeomen's cornea to Jax Navy on TAD
and the freestyle
400-yard dent Ordnancemen, 15-7, 159.
job to find a suitable rack. relay.
Highlight of the trip was finding a dead cock. Scott OneUnderIn As yet there has been no an-
nouncement of dates for
roach who was suited in basketball togs and ready
for action. He never made the court, however, as Links tourneyErwin Only One Football the all-station meet. Fasron Six:
the of the
gangrene set in before he left the barracks and the uncrowned champ
homestanders were short handed all evening. They Scott's one-undwr par 71 Special RemainingFor NAS circuit and is expected to
grow 'em big in the southern part of the state. was good for low grows honors in the first time this yeara open its title bid against the Cen
last week's blind tourna- ter's representative next week.
bogey tie resulted in the first
FOLLOWIN' THE FLIERS. Dress blues with a roast place 4 .
ment at the Naval Air Station
) golf winner of the Jax Air New
beef look. Fashion fans can get the lowdown'on that uniform course. weekly Football Special. Manuel Waves Cop Three TiltsIn

from Roger "Moby Dick" Stelma, the lumbering Jax Navy Capt. T. H. Weinert and Joe Gonzalez, AM3 of NARTU, City Roundball LoopJax
who established for fouls in the Carlo tied for handicap honors
eager a new high personal and Charles Spitzner, ATC, of
Turner AFB game by having four assessed him in less than with 71's. Carlo fired a 135 to go NATTCenter, both missed only Navy's Waves copped their
with his 64 handicap, while second straight of the
Capt. sea
three minutes. Buck Lanier, publicist for the City Rec- two of 12 games on last week's game
Weinert posted a 95 that was card. son by downing Bailes-Sey Mon
reation Department, tells the story that in Gainesville a fraternity marked down with a 24 hand day night 4521.

pledge from Oklahoma was told by three members cap. Kentucky The tie breaker 0, failed, Florida to decide 27, Never headed, the Waves lead

that if Tulsa beat Florida in the Gator Bowl they'd forget anything, as both contestantswere 11.4 at the end of the first quar-
personal duties until his initiation. But that if the Gators"upset" PmvAT tTUFFa14r9' 20 points from the total ter. Halftime found the score at

the Golden Hurricane he'd receive a whack for each I 11 difference.In 19-9 and the end of the third

point difference. We'd say the Okie will probably be the most third place, with two I frame the Femmes were leading
contented pledge in his class by late afternoon, Jan. 1 . misses tussle, but a that guess was on 30 the points Gators' Ruth Richardson contributed '

Special Services will hold its annual Christmas party tomor- away was Glenn Stoker, AOC, 16 of the locals total on 7 field
row afternoon at Camp Blanding. Ens. Tom Wood is in charge : .of Fasron Six. goals and 2 charity tosses. Iva

of arrangements. There will be no Football MacDonald and Kay 5 h orb
The third man in the ring at last week's smoker between Special this week because theregular abetted the Waves' cause with 15
and 9 points, respectively.
Jax Navy and Green Cove Springs was Jimmy Murdock, local grid season came to a
close last Saturday. Next Early this week McDonald,
wrestling promoter. Despite his age, the likeable match- LUltthW1f Thursday a ballot with the Richardson and Shorb teamed to
maker cavorts around at a fast clip and often times providesas major bowl games will be prin- lead the blue clad lassies to an

good a show as the fighters. Intramural football at ted for the contestIt easy 30.11 triumph over the St.

Fort Benning last year, with six teams in competition, was will be the last ballot of Luke's Nurses. It was the third
the but winners will successive win of the season for
year not
of In four home
before 186,000.
played a season mass games the Wave
be announced until the Jan. 8
the Fliers' varsity could count less than 8,000. For
this ,
year tiS 1rN4':::':S: issue of the Jax Air News. 5.
the most part, the only fans on this station are those held ., .AtvJ.Lih; : arrercy Scores of each games will be Yeoman Striker: "There's a
in the hand. John "Curley" Lucas, the genial chief witha Le it'iii4etu+i'ri1f1'1I :: required instead of the usual whole drawer full of old useless

true trigger finger, won the grand aggregate last week in winner and selections will be documents them T"Chief on file. Shall I burn

the Ocala Pistol Shoot. Lcdr. Robert Munday, NATTCenter, kM1' spread Judged difference.on the total point : "Yes, but make three

was high man in the sharpshooter division. copies first.


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11. December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
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Green Covers SiuldrefaerMeyercliick

Defeat LocalRingmen

32Green vr Gel Top Ployer Awords

Cove Springs upset JaxNavy'

highly regarded leather- b Harry Stuldreher, the slinjrin' southpaw from Pittsburgh .

pushers last week In the Main- Pa., and Don Meyerchick, the battlin' Mississippi State

side gym, three bouts to two, in lad who was a bearcat on defense, won the first annual

a card cut short because of can- awards as top competitors on Jax Navy's 1952 grid edition. .

cellations by the visiting boxers.It In a poll taken of coaches and student In ANP) School Before

was the second defeat sus- writers on the elation, Stuldreherwas I joining the service he played two

tained by the Fliers this season. named the top offensive star. 1 seasons at the University of Mich

previously they had crushed the \ .w Jx Meyerchick received the nod for her.

Green Covers twice, and the upset his defensive work. Capt. B. C. :

win Thursday was definitelynot McCaffree made a presentation of Dame's Four Horsemen, the 175-

expected. Green Cove senta wrist watches to each athlete at'' lb. quarterack engineered tho

squad of seven for competition, the Commanding Officer's Person- Fliers through a hard fought nine

but bowed out in two weights nel Inspection last Saturday 'I game schedule which terminatedwith

when the locals would not rematcha morning on the parade grounds. three wins, five defeats anda

number of fighters. Lodr. Richard V. Donahue, tie.Aside
Services Officer from his defraud'e
NAS Special ,
award for
-Receiving an being voted
Lord Byron Griggs, a newcomerIn the top offensive star of Jax Navy's 1952 football aggregation Indicated the award would be chores at right half, Meyerchick

the varsity lightheavy ranks from Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree. commanding officer of NAS, made annually In an effort to did all the punting for the local

from NATTCenter, scored the is quarterback Harry Stuhldreher }r. The presentation was madeat reward the athletes for outstanding eleven and proved to be a valuable

most decisive win of the night last week's personnel inspection. Don Meyerchick was named play, team spirit and. asset as a spirited team
outstanding defensive player but was not for the award
for Jax'Navy, taking the nod over In ability on the gridiron. member who would give no
ceremony. background are cheerleaders who also received
Golden Gloves champ Ted O'Neal. awards. Stuldreher is a NATTCenter quarter on the field.

Griggs spotted his foe an 11-pound Meyerchick Is attached to

advantage, but nevertheless had Fliers D J It Fighter Squadron 101, Cecil Field,
< Again
much the better of the hard .JAM: fUR .n-CluS. and was on TAD orders to this
Tarn AFB ((69) .
fought melee. Player FQ FT TPSUilbower station, along with a number of
Jax Navy's other win was re- t ........ 5 6 16 other football players, throughoutthe
de- Fish t .... ......... 0 0 0
corded by Jerry Delay, who 1 3Melott season.
cisioned Dough Laidlow in a wel- Meyers..l :::::::::::: 2 t 5
Leskovar, a .......... 4 4 12 ts Honorable mention for the top
terweight match. Mermes. c ........... 0 1 1 ( offensive work was given to Jack
Pile. 5 10 20Win
icorl. g":::::::::: 2 3 Bishop, George Shotwell, Larry
In a 135-pound bout the Fliers' Glanzman, t' ........ Z 1 D
White, Darrel Spang and Leo Kel
Frank Carpenter lost a two-point Total .... .. ...21 27 69 : ly. Defensively, James Arnold,

decision to Oscar Albaugh, which lax Navy (103) Wilton Barco and Frank Mickle
was very questionable in the mindsof Player FG FT TP
Reinhardt, f ___?_? 6 1 13 received mention.
ringside observers. Carpenter Mower, t 0 0 0- Late Surge Enables Fliers 50
floored his foe in the second round, Yen f 0 0 0 Stock Car Racers In
Tate. t 4 4 :12
yet received no points for it on Stelma. f 1 1 3

any of the official's cards. A Zoda.Welsel c, ft.. 9 0 6 5 25 II teachers 68-66 50-Lappcr SundayThe
margin there would have given Lister g .. .6 0 12 To Edge North Florida championship -
Grabaz. g .. 3 27ward
the local stylist the bout. ft 2 1 S 50-lap Stock Car race will

Bob Scheafer lost to Cliff g It will be many a night before Naval Air Station cage be held Sunday at 1430 at the

Thompson and Jim Rodriquing Total ........ .. 41 21 :103 fans, and that's throwing a four letter word around loosely, Jacksonville Speedway

KO'd Bernard Harper for the Field goals missed: Turner AFB, are treated to a finish such as they witnessed last Monday The Speedway is located at

Green Covers second and third 17 Personal: Jacksonville foul II :Navy Turner, 9. AFB, 23, night in the Mainside gym. Plymouth St. and Lenox Avenue,

victories. Jarkssonvllle l Navy, 27. Jax Navy erased an 11-polnt near the Normandy outdoor thea-
Halftime Jacksonville\ Fliers maintained possession un-
score: Navy
tre. Servicemen in or out of unI-
55; Turner AfB 18. bulge held by Georgia Teachers til the 23-second mark when Zoda
Fasrons 109 6 Tie I form, will be admitted for half
College at the end of three heatsto went up on the left side of the
price of 75 cents.
For NAS Keg Crown Jayvees Topple City defeat the high-scoring Pro- bucket for a layup, only to be '
fessors 68-66. It was the fourth tied by Bob Phillips. Grabaz High Again

Pacesetters throughout the season Loop Quintet 76.49 consecutive win of the season for That could have meant the difference Grabaz and Zoda were the top

Fasron 109 and Fasron Six the Fliers. had the Professors con- point getters against Turner, en-
No. 1 battled down to the wire in Bill Parkhurst led the Jax rolling 27 and 25 points,
Tonight at 2015 the Navy dead- trolled the tip, but Zoda flipped respec-
a deadlock for the NAS Intramural Navy Junior Varsity to a one- eyes will entertain Camp Gordon's to Bob Reinhardt on the right tively.

bowling: championship last sided 76-49 win over S. B. Hub- highly touted quintet in the Main- side and on the ensuing scuffle It was evident after the first
week on a 60 point total. Lister was fouled by Jim Harley three minutes that the Fliers
bard Monday night in a City side gym and next Tuesday they were
The issue will be decided some- tussle and the Jayveeshad are on the road with Patrick Air Miss Scoring Chance out to break their own scoring
time this week when the two keg League
mark surged to a 25-8
Force Base. The diminutive Flier, who came as they
squads get together on the. Main- only five men in uniform. Zoda, LUter Lead Rally off the bench in the fourth quarter lead at the first quarter and led
side alleys for a playoff. The foe was within a point af-
Vince Zoda and Joe Lister shar- to collect nine important 55-18 at the half.

Trailing the leaders by seven ter one heat, 12-11, but with ed the "Ozark Ike" role for the points, sank the second of two With 29-seconds remaining, Zo

points was VJ-2, while 10 points Parkhurst, Chuck Bollegar and Fliers, but Zoda could easily have shots, running the count to 68-66. da drove under for a layup to

arear was Dental. Only 10 teams Jim DeJoy having their best been the goat. The rangy CCNY And that's how it stood when the cash In a 101-69 advantage and
completed the full schedule which Is out buzzer sounded. Zoda had a chanceat Reinhardt added the finishing
who as adept
the locals quickly built a ,
got underway in early fall night, touches driving through for
side the circle with his one hand- two charity pitches during the by
FINAL STANDINGS comfortable 2ff-22 spread at the er as he is Inside, hit a follow : final hectic seconds, but foiled to a two-pointer as the game ended.
Tram Ft. I,
Patron 109 ...... 60 intermission. shot at 1:15 to send the localsIn mesh either. .
VJ-2 Fasron Six No. 1 60 53 Parkhurst meshed 41 pointsfor front 67-66 for their first mar- lax Navy led 18-17 at the first

Dental "!!!!!.".!!:t"I"!:::::"..".."..!.".::t 50 the winners and Bollegar gin since the second quarter. quarter turn, but fell behind two

Special Fasron Six Service No. 2.. 47 46 added 22. S. W Swartz led the Nursing the one-point lead like points, 32-30, at the intermission.It A +
Medicos ... 451 was 55-44 for the Professors
Ope rations 31ORC attack with 16 tallies. King Midas with a penny, theGOING
lust. :::::::::::::::::::::::: 29 Hubbard I after three periods as Phillips and t-
YP-861 ............................23 .
Barley split a 14-polnt output.At
Want to know the best placeto 4:57: of the fourth Bob Gra- ti
get Jarred loose from your den- baz fouled out of the game. He

tures left the court with 16 points,

According to a recent survey, it which was good for high point w Y
is at Louisiana State U., where a honors. Harley and Phillips had +, ri04 p

squad of 52 players lost 65 teeth. 15 and 14, respectively, for the
t ,t
The survey also showed that losers.

Among 4,000 football players in 62 : Filers Miss Free Throws

colleges there were 733 teeth lost, .fI. 9" The margin of victory for the ,,. yaw

broken, or chipped. Fliers was at the gratis stripe

> R where they held a 26-18 advantage r

A Toughie But the game could have
.. '
R1JMMAlln: been broken wide open had the
Georgia Ten-hett < oiler* ((68) .'
Player TO FTA-FT PIT TP locals hit a larger percentage of ,
Phlll PS, t ....... 4 7-6 3 J4 .,, free throws. They missed on 22 of ;
Harris, f ........ 4 2-2 5 :30Towles
...,., 3 3-2 5 8 .r 48 attempts.On .
j.f i'...... 0 0 0Ilutto
Ward ed' .,....... o 00 1 :, their home maple last Thurs
1 <0-0
Webb,.c c ::::::::: 3 1-i j 7 ;if '.' .. ,. day the Fliers proved to a critical a
Harley. g ....... 6 5-3 5 ::15 7 ." :. :,'.',:'''" "."., public, who state that a team can
Belflower 1-1 ;
g..3 :
Tudor, g ........ 0 5-3 g 3 : "''',..w"o: ', ':.<_'.,,,:. score over 100 points only one

Totals ..... .. .24 24-18 32 C6 i! : .-::/ time a season, that the argument
Jax .- "cadit quaestio" by humbling Tur-
Player FC: TTA-FT PF TP ner Air Force Base, 103-69.
Reinhardt, I .. 2 5-4 2 8 THE BLOND BOMBER-Instrumental -
Tate t ......:.X:: 5 14-4 4 14 2 ,_Ar: ,:, .,.,_.. Jax Navy ran up a 102-67 count in the Filers surging -
1 -
Stelma. 0 3-2 0 -" ""
nnm against Patrick Air Force Base success this season on the
Zoda. c .:::::::.3 12-6 3 J2Deemlntr.
C ...... 0 OO 1 0Weisel UP-Vlnce Zoda (25) Jax Navy's center, eyes the La their November opener for the hardwood is Bob Reinhardt.
........ 2 W 1 7 toss during action In last week's contest with Turner Hard to stop under the bucket.
Utter, ? 2-1 1 9 hoop for a initial "over the century mark"showing'
s ,.. ... 4 In
Grabaz, g ..::... 5 94 6 18 AFB. The Filers won 103-69, with Zoda getting 25 points. Turner's Bob has averaged 11.$ points
Bill Leskovar attempts to block the heave. four fames.
Total ........21 48-26 17 68


Eight JAX AIR NEWS .. 11 December 1952

,... ,.. .. ..... .
i JJr.: .. ,;r*" > '.:>> Result' Of 'Davis Rider'iCongress
mrmmJ: ,' _; ,
; ]
is" ,y ; sA Asked To Take Action On I

(Items offering for sale articlesof

property, automobiles such as, furniture washing,machines radios -- I Impending: Demotion Of 2,000 Its

clothing and the like are Washington (AFPS-The Na-
to rear admiral He further noted
prohibited by Defense Department vy has asked Congress to take ac-
that the will
Navy wait until tha
regulations. This column will, tion on the impending demotionsof
last possible moment before demoting
however, list such services as about 2,000 lieutenants.
officers.Congratulations .
available housing, rides wanted The demotions would be the result any

and lost and found articles or of the "Davis Rider" to the

other similar notices. 1953 Appropriations Bill. The

FOR RENT rider specifies that the number of

Furn. rm., $7.50 wk, Ph. 88-7812, officers in each grade level must

Mrs. W. H. Klein. conform to certain percentages.

.Furn rms.; sing or dble., 2523 .

Park, Ph. 8-1763, Mrs. Roberts. The rider<< will also considerably

Furn. rm., $10 wk., 4502 Post, Mrs. tighten the promotion program

Barnett. and prohibit the promotion of of-

Furn. 5 rm. house, 2615 Green, ficers otherwise eligible t o assistant
Public Works officer and his wife,
Ph. 7-4548, Mrs. Durham. EARNS COl\ll\ENOATION-WUbur Hahn, LISN attached to In testimony before the House
Lcdr. and Mrs W. T.
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 6646 San Juan, the 6th Naval District Printing and Publications division, is con Armed Services Committee, Clampet, on
Lcdr. Harold J. NAS officer the arrival of a son Thanksgiving*
Mrs. Phlnney. by personnel
Comdr. R. V. Wheeler of the Bureau
presentation of citation from Capt. Burnham C. McCaf. day
Furn. 2 bdrm. apt., 6Ua 103,
free, NAS commanding officer. Hahn was awarded the citation of Personnel pointed out We are sorry to report that
avail Dec. 15, Ph. 2-0786, Mrs. for saving the life of young girl from drowning at the beach last that 1,000 lieutenants junior Comdr. Alan L. Mersereau, assis-

Ogilvie.Furn. summer. grade will be denied promotions
tant officer In charge of construction -
apt., 1321 Laura, Ph. 5-7709,
because of the rider. It will also
has received his orders and
Mr Hiatt. Earlier Report On Car Sailors Cited affect other grades. will be leaving us this week for
Furn. apt., Ph. 8-2797, Mrs. White. .
Furn. 2 rm. apt., Ph. 112-8-4702. Space Available For duty in Guam.. .
For Saving Only 255 rather than 260' com
Mrs. Reaugh. '
Shipment ClarifiedThe manders will be advanced to captain Louise Bragg of Transportationis
Furn. rm., 2854 Corinthian, Ph. 8-
Jax Air News in the Girl's LifeAlert and 540 lieutenant commanders still on sick leave but we under-
4235 after 5 p.m., Mrs. Miller!
Nov. 6 issue carried a "Report out of a planned 2,000 will become I stand she is improving Hope I.
Furn 2 rm. apt., 2844 Corinthian,
Mrs. Sevier. from Washington" item stating thinking and quick action commanders. Comdr. Whee Mills-Price of Technical Servicesis
that service personnel who wish ler also pointed out that only 730 i getting along fine these days
Furn. 4 rm. house, 1018 Rannie, while fishing at Ponte Vedra
to ship their private automObiles instead of 2,600 lieutenants will go with the help of a can Joy
Ph. 2-2879 Mr. DeBevolse.
Beach last
September brought a
to stations to lieutenant commander. Broadwell of the Time Section
overseas on a recently
Furn. rms., Ph. 2-7216, Mrs. Le- citation from the commanding officer -
Grande. "space available" basis on Military One bright spot, Comdr. Wheeler returned from two weeks
to two sailors from the sta
Furn sing or dble. rms., 1447 Sea Transport vessels will said, was the fact the Navy I leave Ethel Huffman reported -

Avondale Ph.5930 Mrs. be charged according to the tion.Wilbur could still go ahead with IU1 back from leave recently.
weight of their cars. E. Hahn, LISN, and David planned promotion of 39 captains' .

Schultz. L. Devroy, JO3, were surf Wedding bells for
Furn 3 rms., Ph. 7-7657, Mrs. The item is erroneous since rang recently
casting when they noticed a young Ensign Billy Baker Holland assistant
Watkins. shipment on a "space -
girl being 'carried out to sea by 4,000 EmployeesContinued
Furn. rm., avail. Dec. 19, Ph. 88- basis applies to personnel superintendent.
8414. who are not authorized the exceptionally active undercur- ( from Page 1) Holland is from Statesboro

Furn. 3 rm house, $35 mo., Ph. shipment at government expense rent.Both Department following a survey and he married the former Jo

112-8-2241, Mrs. Schulz. such as civilian employees men were prompt in their conducted recently in the Jacksonville Ann Jackson of Fitzgerald, Ga.

of the Service departmentsand response to her cries for help and Station Industrial Recreation Committee members
Furn 2 bdrm. apt., Ph. 2-0291, area by the
Mrs. Hanks. of the Red Cross making without regard for their own safety Relations department in are busying themselves with plans

permanent change of station plunged Into the water and the I for a Christmas dance. Tentativelyit
Furn rm., 3338 Randall, Ph. 88- conjunction with Bureau of
returned her to land, a distanceof Labor Statistics in is set up for Dec. 19 at Post
9223, Mrs. Hertzmen. Military personnel who are Washington, I

Furn. rm., 4508 College. Ph.. .8- making a permanent change of, about fifty yards. D, C. and the ,local Area, Wage i I 88. More details on this later.

6634, 'Mrs. Nudelman. station are not affected'by the The citation was presented to and Classification Office at NAS

Share home, 2938 Arapaho, Ph. 88- new charges.Beauty. Hahn by Lcdr. Harold J, Chapman Jax.

9022, Mrs. Ware. Personnel Officer on behalfof ---CS NAVY WIVES

3 sleeping rms., 2601 Park, Ph. the commanding officer. Judge: "Ten dollars or 10 days.

8-2770, Mrs. Houston Shop Devroy, who has been transferred Defendant: "I'll take the CORNERA

Share home, 2951 Remington, Ph. to Charleston, was not avail money, sir"
88-7864 Mrs. Milton. the business meeting was hel<
Gains AwardAnother able for presentation.
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. on Wednesday, Dec. 3. Reportswere
apt., $75 mo., Cafeteria Taking Xmas
3233 Post, Ph. 2-0891, Mrs. Farris first was garnered by given and plans were mada

NAS Jacksonville when the Zo- Pilot Who Grew Party ReservationsCivilian for a Christmas party. All details

Unfurn. 3 rm. apt., 627 Edison, tos Company of New York pre cafeteria manager will be discussed at the next

Ph. 4-3248, Mrs. Tharp. sented to the Station Beauty Shop (Continued from Page 1) Charles Kuehner, has announ- meeting.It .

Unfurn. 3 bdrm. house, $80 mo., the Zotos award for outstanding flying boat. Byrne has also flownIn ced that the cafeteria will pre- was voted to spend $100 for

Ph. 88-8421, Mrs. Ralston. performance in hair dressing and some mighty small craft. In pare box lunches for group holiday Christmas gifts for several needy

Unfurn. one bdrm. house, Ph. 11252721 permanant waving. the early 20's he piloted a ship parties. Those activities families. The next business meet-

Mrs. Floyd. This marked the first time that powered* by A 35 horse engine. contemplating parties should ing will be held on Wednesday,

Furn. 2 story house, $50 mo., Ph. the award was given to jnllitary make arrangements for box: Dec. 17. This will be an important

112-8-4446, Mrs. Cherry. Installation beauty unit. The 'Although he is past the mid- lunches at the. earliest possi- meeting, with Christmas party
century mark Byrne has made ble time. and the election of officers for
FOR SALE award was presented to Athen no

Unfurn. 3 bdrm. house, 4520 Her- Atchley, Beauty Shop manager by plans to retire lie is presently Prices will vary with the the 1953 term to be discussed. All

cules Ph. 8-5060, Lt. Capistran. company representative Jack Lay- frozen, in service, but states that menu selected, but it is antic- members are urged to be presentand

S bdrm house, 2413 Cedar Shores he wants to keep in aviation and ipated that a complete box: din- to bring .a guest.. .

Circle, Ph. 2-4339, Mrs. Thomas.MISCELLANEOUS man.Established in 1942, the shop that the Navy is as good a place ner will cost around 90 cents.

offers all beauty work such as I as any to do It. There will be no table service The Nursery will be closed all
day on Dec. 25 and on Jan. 1.
Lost-between Officers Club and cold waves, shampoos, manicures, Byrne feels that the greatest at the cafeteria for the Reservation for beds for New

Hospital, 1 pair of ladies horn haircutting and styling, ,facials, strides in aviation have been madein Christmas dinner, but special Year's evening
.. rimmed glasses. Ph. ext. 461, machine permananta, machineless the period 'since the onset of tables can be reserved for are now ac
As in
Lt. Pierce.FoundWhite. permanants, dyes, finger waves WWII and that even greater developments groups by calling 8188. previous years, a
I deposit of $1.00 is required, which
Chiefs hat, Ph. ext. ; and scalp treatments. are yet to come.
will be applied against your bill

216, Williams. Attendants- are on duty from ,.. .., .,, on that evening.In .
--- :-- -""' -"" "
Driving to Los Angeles, Calif., 0800 to 1800, Monday through Fri : :;: case of transfer or sickness
Dec. 19, Ph. Ext. 274, :Miss day and 0900 to-1200 on Satur- '
: .,, .....<. refunds will be made until 24
Lewis. days. Facilities are available for .::.. ':: ,'..li,:. ,,. : :.'/ ,:: hours prior to New Year's Eve.
Driving to Dallas Texas, Dec. 20, all military personnel and dependents ': The Christmas party for Nursery

Ph. Ext. 559, :M/Sgt. Agbert. on an appointment only ba :
: children, not to be confused with
Driving to Indianapolis, Indiana, sis. :: the three Kindergarten parties,

Dec. 21, contact Mr. Kinkald, In addition to Mrs. Atchley, : will be held on Monday, Dec. 22,
3539 Eve Drive East. other attendants are Mrs. Vivian I"i\ ; : I at 1000.
Ride wanted-to Erie ; .
Pa. 19 Dec. Rodeillat and Mrs. Marie Foltz. I ; .
Ph. Ext. 495 8322.
ich. or J. R. Lan- All customers are asked to sign

I CPO: "My: wife is coming right for Kindergarten pupils as they
Riders wanted from downtownor .v :" :,, ':' will receive their gifts at their
along with her singinglessons.. : :
Springfield, 0730 to 1600, Ph, ; ::.t: :- ;
respective parties December
Why, only last night she causeda j
Ext. 375, George :Mills. glass to shatter with her high >\ .;_. ,..._ ..,,,. I 118 and 19.Parents .
Riders wanted to
Peoria HI.
,, a
note. { are again urged to
Dec. 19, Ph. Ext. 677 or 541, Walt Sic: "Gee, that's some vibra- ,,lciTIS tvtlllD{. mark children's coats and sweaters

' Adams. % tion." ; -:- with their names, to save
Wanted-3 cars to fill 5 car pool]
CPO: Naw, it wasn't that, one time when checking out and to
r,. from Neptune and Jax Beach, of the neighbors threw it at her"Baby avoid mix-ups.
0715 to 1610, Ph. Ext. 8503,, r\\ ; 5 Civilian workers on this base
Mr. or :Mr. Cobb. i : :
Gregory sitter day or night, 2120 are invited to make use of the

Ride wanted to Philadelphia, Pa., '' Herschel, Ph. 2-9502, :Miss Joy- Nursery facilities. Charge of your.

18 Dec., Ph. Ext. 704, Folino.( 'I'I nero BEAUTY SIIOP AWARD-Athen Atchley, manager of the station child is $1.00 day. For further

Ride wanted, from Jax Beach, 17- Baby sitter evenings, Ph. 8-3183 I beauty shop, displays the Zotos Award for outstanding ex- information call per
i cellence in permanent waving. The local shop was the first at a supervisor,
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