Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1952
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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p {. F XS' Rear Adm. Davis Makes Award

Station Receives Top J


Navy Safety Awards

( Two of the Navy's top safety awards were presented tC:

.. Yry ysx tqc.rarkw the Naval Air Station in a formal ceremony held at noon
? <
Monday- in the band shell at Mainside.Rear .,

Adm. Glenn B. Davis,! .
complement by Capt. Burnham C.
'\ commandant of the Sixth Naval : .j
McCaffree, commanding officer. ......
District, Charleston, S. C., repre- Praises All Hands 't

:. sented the Secretary of the Navyin Stressing that the achievement
t Y 3 the of the
making presentation. required a sustained cooperativeeffort
: .,..

"I! ,, ............__........b..as..wuwr+Maw..rtaw.+.r..'...........,... .... _.,.... .. "" '<1 .".... ......... and awards one-for one motor for industrial vehicle safety.safety manding by officer"all hands"revealed, the that Com-the

I- CO ACCEPTS COVETED AWARD-Following presentation of the Navy's top two safetyawards The coveted awards, climaxingthe safety record from Jan. 1, 1952: is
1Ulf. to the Naval Air Station by Rear Admiral Glenn B. Davis, Commandant of the Sixth Naval 1951 safety program conductedon "even better." "Statistics show
District, Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, commanding: officer, praises station personnel for their participation the Station, were accepted on
in the program. At the ceremony Monday, he also appealed to All Hands to continue to :587 percent decrease In accident
maintain this fine record. behalf of the military and civilian severity over last year's figures"

I' he said, "a decrease in direct pro-

: portion to a corresponding :536 Increase -

Special Services in attendance at the daily

safety lectures conducted( in the

.> Set At Chapels JAX AIR neUJs shops.. "Commendable Record

"Our industrial family has Just
t f; Thanksgiving completed over four millionworkhours

without a lost time acci-
s"' Personnel will have an opportunity dent," he announced.The .

",I f' to express their brief but colorful ceremonywas

I 4 thanks at special Thanksgiving VOL-10 No. 34 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla. 26 Nov. 1952 witnessed by several hundred

I civilian employees and officer personnel -
. :; Day worship services to

be held tomorrow at the various CONTEST WINNERS TALKIT As the Admiral, accom-
,, -
" Credit Union OVER-Florian Super, ICC, panied by Capt. McCaffree, arrived -
i I') chapels aboard the Naval (left) of NATTCenter, who in a car flying a two-star

'.' Air Station. Assets Total took top honors in the recently flag, he was greeted with a 13-gun
concluded Morals Essay Con-
1//.' Lt. David M. Humphreys, NAT- test, meets second place win- salute. Immediately after, the

'" TCcnter Chaplain, will conduct the ner William T. Mclnarnay, AN, Navy band rendered ruffles and

at $24,429The of NARTU. These men, and flourishes, followed by the Admiral's -
1" services at All Saint's Chapel
. other winners, will be presen- March. After inspectingboth
r! 1000. Capt. Cnarles A. Dittmar, Jax Navy Federal CreditUnion's ted their awards at a later the Marine Honor Guard and

Senior Station Chaplain, will deliver financial and statistical ceremony.
. !II' the Navy Band, Adm. Davis and
the Thanksgiving Day mes- report for the period ending Octo- -- -
. :
Capt. McCaffree
to the
t ber 31 shows total assets of $24-
'f. t sage. stage for the presentation.
429.35 end of
a membership 1,381.
Special OfferingA Since its Last Award In '48
1 organization, the local
special Thanksgiving offering The two safety awards, whichare
,! facility has granted loans in the
will be accepted, to be sent to the
amount of presented on an annual basisto
$24,440.00 of which
l;:: Church World Service of the National all installations meeting required -
$3,727.55 has been repaid.
:' Council of the Churches of standards, were last awarded -
$20,712 Loaned
I. Christ, and to be used for the relief to NAS Jax for the year 1948.
Breaking down total assets, it
'0:, rehabilitation and reconstruction is indicated that $20,712.45 is a The present achievement Is the

program overseas. I result of an intensive educational
now out on loan, with $1,066.09
i'.' St. Edward's Chapel will celebrate available for loans and $2,393.12in program conducted by the Safety

with Division of the Industrial Rela-
tJ. High Mass at 0830
a cash reserve fund (10% of
li Father John J. McGowan, Catho- shares). 0 tions department, in conjunctionwith

f.:' j- .: lie Chaplain, officiating. Chaplain Income Climbs department supervisors and

' k\'' McGowan will be assisted by the Shares payable total $23,931.28, safety committeemen. .

j .; :; St. Edward's Choir, who will per- and also on the liabilities ledger On the stage with Adm. Davis

form during the services. and Capt. McCaffree were Capt.R. .
., a reserve for bad loans in the
All Hand Intt'dLI' \ amount of 34525. Successful Contest Ends C. Webb, Jr., Inspector Gen-
eral of the Sixth Naval District
: Father C. J. Maguire will conduct Income from interest on loans I ;
I' a 0800 Mass at NAS Cecil has climbed to $385.65, revealingthat I Comdr. James H. Armstrong, executive
.. Chief Super Named WinnerOf officer of the Station, and
r-,:i Field. the Credit Union is fast Heads of all Departments and
The Naval Hospital Chapel will moving to a profit making busi
key civilian employees of the
, conduct Thanksgiving Day Serv- ness. Naval Air Station.WEATHER .

ices at 0930, enabling patients, dependents Morals ContestFor .

l ,.". and guests to worship on Holiday Thursday reSt! OUTLOOK

this day of Thanksgiving. Lcdr. Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27 his essay k?", Florian P. Super

William A. Wiggins, Hospital i will be observed es a legal ICC, an instructor at the AE "B" School at the Naval Air Friday-Broken overcast skies,
Chaplain ,will deliver the message. I occasional showers.
holiday at the Naval Air Sta Technical Training Center, was declared the winner of the
Civilian employees are invited to recently concluded Morals Essay Contest. I Saturday-Partly cloudy, cool.
tion. the fallson
Although holiday
er, moderate to fresh northerly-
r worship on the station Thanksgiving Second honors went to
Day. Thursday, there will NOT James D. Mallory, ALAN, of I winds, maximum temperature in

.1 y, be a four-day weekend for William T. McInarnay, AN, from VJ-2, won third prize with his es- low 60's.Sunday.

.. personnel. Friday, Nov. 28 is a NARTU Recruiting, who wrote on say "As'Morals Go". "What About Scattered cloudiness,

lr.Workerslo Use regular working day. "The Nature and Importance of Tomorrow?" won for James C. light northerly winds, maximum

Morality". Harvey, SN, of NATTCenter Spe- temperature, mid 60's.

cial Services, fourth place. Mary
Excess Leave By
Baker, RM2, NAS Communicationstook
fifth prize with the theme Winter Uniform

Dec. 19 DeadlineCivilian "Essence Winners of Morals.Get"Prize Now In Effect

employees at the Na- i mzc
Sixth place went to Charles S.
a aX14 needs re-
val Air Station are reminded Probably no one
Lingar, AN, of the AE"A" Schoolat
that winter is here
I ;.w that their annual leave In exI -
NATTCenter, for writing "Moral -
and likewise no one needs re-
cess of 60 days must be taken
by Friday, Dec. 19 or forfeited. Values-The Payoff". EmmettC. minding that it now is com-
Shively, CSC, of NAS Commis- pulsory to don winter blues.
According to a recent Indus- Store wrote "Moral Values"
ary on Winter uniforms will remainIn
; trial Relations department me-
to take seventh place honors. effect until March 15: at

morandum, any,excess annuals Thomas D. Gartin HM3, of.NAS which time the uniform will
? leave over 60 days resulting with
Infirmary, won eighth place again become optional.For .
r from adding the amount of an- # :d his theme, "Put Your Best Foot officers and chief petty

nual leave brought forward into u Forward", and ninth place went to
officers it's either service khakior
'- the calendar year to the M/Sgt. Reginald G. Bagube, Sr., service dress blue.

. [t:. leave earned during the calendar of the Marine Aviation Detach-
Enlisted men will wear work-
', year must be used by the ment, NAS-NATTC, for writing
ing uniform undress blue baker
." end of the last complete biweekly "Our Moral Duty Towards OurCountry"
and dress blue baker for liberty.
pay period in the year. .
Waves are now garbed in
( e. The end of the calendar year .rrY rar.rrar r :Many[ Good Essays service blue baker.
20 for Tenth place went to Warren C.
will be December Group READY TO DIG IN-It won't be a whole cobbler for every- Uniform for Marine officer
IVb employees, and December; one tomorrow, as Joe Tennes, AN, of VP-3 might lead you to Cox, AA, of the AE't.v" School at and enlisted personnel is greens

21 for per diem employees. believe. But over 7,000 men and women at NAS NATTCenter and NATTCenter, for his essay "Mor- with field scarf minus coat
This is in accordance with Mayport will "eat their fill" at the annual Thanksgiving Day als and You." or
<, ; dinner. There will be plenty for everybody as the Navy goes all the officers' jacket for work, and with coator
the Annual and Sick Leave Act lq competition,
, I out to treat personnel with a Turkey Day feast with all the jacket for liberty,
of 1051, effective Jan. 8, 1052.: trimmings. (See Menu, Page 8), (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 26 November 1952

''Chief Are You A Gold-Brick?'

Jil Xfl4IJii ( from Page 1) Procrastination And Day DreamingCan

Lcdr. Edward S. Wise of VP-861

Published Air won first award with his theme of: Hinder Mental Moral GrowthEditor's
every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval ,
Station. Jacksonville. Fla., "High Moral Standards-A National -

NAS Jacksonville 'Must'." Lcdr.I Bryan W. ( Note: This essay, by Florian P. Super, ICC, has
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree_ Commanding Officer been declared the winning entry in the Morals Essay Contest held
Franks, AE"B" School at NATT-
Comdr. James H.
Armstrong. Executive Officer .
aboard the Naval Air Station. It was selected as No. 1 by a panelof
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear Center, took the second award.
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander judges)
His carried the title "Wanted
paper -
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins Chief of Staff
A Man". "Curtain Time", By FLORIAN.P. SUPER, ICC
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Arthur S. Born Commander written by Lcdr. Charles L. Gar-
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer rettson, NAS Industrial Relations Are you sufficiently adept in the art of camouflage to

Naval Air Technical Training Center officer, won third place. I remain undetected while "flaked out" on a filled swab rack?

Comdr.Capt. Edwin Richard R. S.Peck.Stuart Commanding Executive Officer Officer Honorary mention went to the In the vicinity of your work station have you located at least

Naval Hospital following participants: Pete Ara- one safe "doping; off" spot? While on the job, are you con.

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer sin AE"A" School, NATTCenter: stantly on the alert, alert, that is, for the boss?
Capt. T. F. Weinert ___Executive Officer Edward J. Burgoyne, YN3, NAS .
NARTU Personnel; James R. Reisch, RM If your answers to the above questions are negative, do
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Officer N2, NAS'Communications; Samuel -
you think that you are completely eliminated from the classification
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive OfficerThe P. Gutelius, YNT1, Personnel,
of "gold-brick"?
NATTCenter; Calvin L. Hill, AM3, /
JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station.
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed o INlncI non-appropriated fund NAS Crash Fire division; Bernard Do you really think so?
at no expense to the government and In NAVEXOS P-35 Rev E. Gerstner, AE1, FaeTuLant, Det.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station. the
like Cicero's Gaul be divided into
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. 2, NAS; "Gold-bricking", may

Naval Hospital. Cole e n II. Spafford PHAN, three parts. The act may be purely physical, purely mental]

. Editor-Andrew II. Planey Charvat AN Vivian Williams NAS Photo Lab; William H Stoop, or a combination of the two. Of these three, the most )
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, J03; John ; vita
SA; Helen Harper.The AN, AO"A" School, NATTCenter: to the military man and woman is "mental -

JAX AIR NEWS li a member or the Armed Forces Press Service. Mike Morimano, DC3, Overhauland .
AFPS material appearing I In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Repair; Reginald E. Brown,
written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service.I Republication of other
matter except by service publications Is prohibited without permission of NAS Infirmary; Gregory Gay, Unless assigned to "front line" commands, we membersof
HM1, NAS Infirmary Eugene E.
Editorial offices l located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension Wilhelm, ADC, NAS Crash Fire the Armed Forces are provided with considerable off duty

8184 and 216.Report Division; Richard C. Frees, YN3, time. It is our moral obligation to God, to our country and

e NAS PO-Division; Sgt. Timothy P. to ourselves to devote a reasonable portion of these non-dele

From Washington Roche, :MAD, Disbursing office; gated hours to self improvement. Sad to relate, this obliga.

Richard L. Skates, AC2, NAS Op- tion is often partially or entirely frustrated by "mental gold-
Good Job erations; ""
Vets Can Expect Wide RepresentationWilbur bricking.

IL Wester, HM2, NAS Two often practiced forms of such "mental gold-brick-
Infirmary; Frank L. Coleman, Jr.; ing" tare procrastination and day dreaming. Each of these

Prospects Upon Separation PHAN, NAS Photo Lab; Elbert L. shall briefly be discussed with reference to how they may

Clemmer, NAS Infirmary; RonaldL. hinder our mental and moral growth.
Howard, SN, Chaplains' office,
Korean(ly Armed veterans Forces Press can ServIce expect) excellent bons is expected to be on hand and Thomas A. Moffatt, HM2, Procrastination is as common as sin and like sin is to

Job prospects upon their for distribution about Jan. 1. NAS Infirmary. some extent practiced by all. We procrastinate by failing to

release from active military serTice. Basic requirement for issue of the Judges Announced take advantage of the many opportunities for self improve-

The Department of Labor medal is 10-years service in one :Members of the Judging panel in ment which are ours for the asking. We deliberately put
I off until tomorrow tasks which could have
estimates that only 200,000 veterans of the reserve components of the addition to Captain Dittmar were been accomplished
will take advantage of un- Armed Forces. Eligible Officers Lcdr. Milton G. Kuolt, senior NAT- I yesterday. We do this knowing that the future and the past

employment compensation between I and eslisted personnel should sub- TCenter chaplain; Lcdr. John IL are vast voids of unconsummated tomorrows. We know this;

now and July 1, 1953. Estimates mit their application through Montgomery, Fleet chaplain; Lcdr. yet procrastination is our daily practice.

are based on the assump- proper crannels. Richard V. Donahue, NAS Special .

tions that nearly 2,000,000 veter- Marine and Navy personnel who Services officer; Lcdr. James :M.
ans will have been separated by have been awarded the Naval Re- Tate, Overhaul and Repair, and Practice, it is said, makes for perfection. This is true

July 1 and that the proportionof serve Medal, Organized Marine WOHC Jack E. Mittner of the for procrastination in that each time we deliberately put offa

unemployed veterans will be Corps Reserve Medal or the Ma- Naval Hospital. self-assigned task until tomorrow another stumbling block

the same aa unemployed civilians. rine Corps Reserve Medal or I the Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, has been placed in the path of individual advancement. Day

Aside from the good Job pros- Marine Corps Reserve Ribbon are commanding officer of the Naval by day stumbling block is added to stumbling block until the

pects that will keep many veter- not eligible for the Armed Forces Air Station, will present the contest trail becomes impassable.. The result is boredom, lethargy,

ans off unemployment rolls, ap- Ribbon. winners with prizes and a weakening' of the will and moral disintegration.Be .

projfimately: 20 percent will take awards in ceremonies to be held wise. Be moderate,in procrastination.
advantage of the K-Vet Bill's edu- Applications from Reservistsare shortly.AtkersonTops.

cation and training provisions. No now being accepted for an Procrastination and day dreaming are closely related to

unemployment pay is allowed for eight-week tour of instructor dutyin each other. Either one may be the cause or the result of the ,

such men. connection with the Reserve other. The penalty for one may, also, be the penalty for the
Officer Candidate Program duringthe
Army enlisted men who wish to summer of 1953, the Navy AOGraduatesBoasting Day is
dreaming to the mind what rich foods are to the
attend school have chance
may a has announced. Applications are body.> Small rations of day dreaming add zest to the mental
for early separation if the school the highest of
for both enlisted personneland average
open appetite whereas overindulgence will glut the intellect with
term starts prior to their releaseor officers. Those accepted will any Marine ever to graduate from wishful improbabilities
leaving little for the meat and
discharge date, a spokesmanfrom be ordered to active Aviation Ordnance School here
duty on or potatoes of positive action required fbr mental and moral
the Army's Adjutant Gener- about June 22, 1953. ince its reactivation, Pfc. Frank growth.

al's Corps has revealed. The term t D. Atkerson led last week's gradu- III .
must begin "within a reasonable ating class of 64 Navy and Marine -
battles and
Eight separate cam-
period" before the actual date ofparatIon. paigns have been defined by Army I personnel with a final markof This may be exemplified by an anecdote about a still

All cases, however, General Order 93 for which battle 9202. owner who was observed dipping a helping from the drip-off
will be considered strictly on an participation credit will be givento In addition to barrel of his "mountain-dew-drop factory." "This," he told

Individual basis and requests must units and individuals involved.In being the top his visitor, "is just a tonic. I really don't like the 'pizen' but

go through channels to the Adjutant all the campaigns the whole of man of the 752 it sure peps up my appetite. I only take a short one for my
General for a decision. Korea and its territorial watersare Marines who health, and then I quit." However, the first helping led to.

.. -. -. included as the area involved. have gone to a4 the second, the second to more and more, to complete befud-
The new Armed Foroes Reserve the NATTCen- dlement. Please be assured that a similar fate may result
First campaign is defined as the from excessive
Medal will not be available until ter School day dreaming.Be .
UN offensive from June 27 to
after the end of hostilities in Sept. 15, 1950. Second is from since March twice :wise. Therefore, be moderate, also, in day
Korea but a supply of the rib-
951 Atkersonhas
dreamingCan .
Sept. 16 to Nov. 2, 1950. Third Is "
the Chinese Communist Forces in- the fourth
fear and "gold-bricking" rightly be associated with
Protestant Choir Now highest averAtkerson
tervention from Nov 3, 1950 to each
other. At first glance the
to be
Jan. 24, 1951. Fourth is the UN age for either Marines or sailors. appear completely
Open To All Hands counter-offensive from Jan. 25 to Highest mark since the school disunited; yet moment's reflection will reveal a close alliance
between them. The fear referred to is not the fear of
Something new has been Apr. 21, 1951. Fifth is the CCF reopened was set a year ago by ,
added to the Protestant Choir the battlefield, but rather the summation of all those petty
spring offensive from April 22 to Airman Apprentice W. Wells, who
fears which breed
here at NAS. The Chapel now July 8, 1951. finished the 11-week course witha self belittlement. If left unchecked, these
has a mixed-voice choir opento 94-06. tiny pin pricks of doubt, these minute tendencies towards irresolute -
Sixth /Js the UN summer-fall will "on
Waves, dependents and civ- the double" flood our beings with a tidal
ilian employees. offensive from July 9 to Nov. 27, Expressing surprise at his high wave of uncertainty. We then find ourselves saying, "The

Normally composed of about 1951. Seventh is the second Korean average, Honorman Atkerson said job is too big for me. I can't do that. It's impossible," substituting -
winter from Nov. 28, 1951 to he doubted that his previous ex-
as required hundreds
of other concealour
25 voices, choir directors are excuses to
anxious Apr. 30, 1952. The eighth cam- perience in civilian life had beena timidity Thusly "gold-bricking" is amplified.
to additional
secure '
paign is the Korean summer-fall factor. He was an automobile

persons. 1952, which began May 1 and will salesman in Birmingham, Ala.,- Beware of belittlement. Be honest in self appraisal
Anyone interested can se- not end until Nov. 30. his home town-before enteringthe Such honesty will bring about a reduction in

cure additional information by .. Marine Corps In March. lIe and initiate control over day dreaming.

seeing Elliott In Chaplain Building Robert 563 or cal-E. Lcdr. "Would you cay that 18 School a graduate in of Woodlawn High Such honesty will prompt us to be among the first to ,

ing extension 8522. Rehearsalsare Chief Brown Is a steady workerf"Lt. Birmingham. purposefully acknowledge that "gold-bricking" will not pave ."'
"If he were any ttea/Uer, He will now jemain here as an the road leading to the
held 1830 every Thursday. pot-of-gold at the end of ,the rainbow:
he'd be motionless1 instructor at NATTCenter. of our dreams. : _


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November 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threo 1

Open House On Pearl Harbor Day

MAINSIDE Blue Angels. Spot1ighNARTU }

Stars in My Thurs.Crown..Joel, Nov 27 McRae Program Dec1 1 ;

Fit, Nov. 28
Harlem Globe : ':'
t The Navy's famed "Blue Angels" making their first
Trotters ......._....... Tomas Gomez ap-
pearance here since they were reorganized about a year ago,
Weekend Sat, Nov. 29 will headline NARTU's Open House on Pearl Harbor Day, "

With Sundav. Dec. 7. ."
Father ..._._............. Van HefllnNATTOnfcT '"
Open House will be from 1300 to !
packed aerlal-acrobatfts the "An
1600 with the actual demonstration -
; Thurs., Nov. 27 gels" will perform barrel rolls, reverse "
by the "Angels" taking place
My Pal Gus..Richard Wldmark rolls, loops, half-cuban
from 1500 to 1530.Arrangements .
Fri., Nov. 28 eights, and a reverse half-cuban
Stars In My for securing the eight with close formation of F9F-

'. Crown ...........-....._ Joel McRae t 4\ famed flight team were made by 5s.Lt.
'> Sat., Nov. 29 the Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit Col. Charles M. Kunz, commanding

Harlem Globe commanded by Capt. EastonB. officer of the Marine Air
Trotters ................ Tomas Gomez Noble. Detachment is the coordinator and
: HOSPITAL Blimps, Helicopters director of the show. The show-

Thurs., Nov. 27 BLUE ANGELS COMING While the "mechs" watch the In addition to the flight demon- has been planned for ail military

Ten Tall Men..Burt Lancaster F9F-5s of'the famous Blue Angels, the Navy's flight demonstration r stration, plans also call for a Navy personnel and civilian.of the Jack

Frl., Nov. 28 team, pass overhead in close formation. The Angels will be blimp and Navy helicopter flight sonville area. A large crowd is
here December 7 as the feature attraction to Open House at show.
My Pal Gus......Richard Widmark NARTU Jax.fJ anticipated for the event.
Twenty various types of Naval
A Sat, Nov. 29
aircraft will also be on display in
Stars In My Both Once Benedictine Students -
the Open House area which wil BLOOD BANK
Crown .................... Joel McRae
Morals Find extend from the NARTU Hangar
Top Essayists
: to the west end of Hangar 115. BOX SCORE

3-Week Mission Several static displays will also
Have Something in CommonTwo be shown. No. Quota Per-
Sch. Met. cent
Home-based at Corpus Christl!,
Begins Sunday top place winners in the FAW-11 __..._ 13 27 207.6
the at
popular "Angels" appeared
Both men are married. Both
Morals Essay Contest coincidentally -
Medical -2 3 150.2
the Fifth Annual Aviation Exposition -
; pleased that their ratedat
At St. Edward's were both Benedictine essays NARTU _._.._ 7 9 128.5
the top, and both keenly In- last September in Detroit,
students. with several other Comm. ..._....,.. 4 5 125.0
along important
terested in the contest and in
Florlan P. Super, ICC, whose
The Reverends John T. Tracy functions. NATTCenter ..253 305 120.5Public

and Nelson J. Hamilton, both Missionary essay took first place honors, the Morals Standard Program. Thrills In Store Works 24 25 104.1
I There the likeness ends
: Oblates of Mary Immacu attended St. Johns University The internationally famous team Marines 10 10 100.0

late, will conduct a Mission at in Collegeville, Minn. WHILE old Chief will thrill the crowd with its show. Admin. __ 3 3 100.0

': St. Edward's Chapel from Sunday, Before his 39-year In their 25-minutes of thrill HID ?......_ 2 2 100.0
Super approaching his 19th
Nov. 30, until Sunday, Dec. 14. graduationfrom Dental ___ 1 1 100.0
The first week will be for wo- St. Mary's year of Naval service, McIn- Telephone Center Will Supply __ 21 25 95.1

men, the second week for, men. \ array, a 23-year old reserve, Oper. ........___ 12 11 91.6
University andSeminary has been on active duty only Be Open ThanksgivingThe
Res. Fleet .. 85 76 89.4
: devotions
Evening will begin at -
I i in six months.A Center locatedin
1930 for one hour. Mass will be Telephone Cecil Field ........ 16 13 81.2
Baltimire Md. native of Building 517 will be open from
celebrated at 0600 and 0830 daily. : Spec. Servo 4 2 50.0
There will be recitation of the second place the north, 0830 to 2230 on Thanksgiving day. ComFalrJax _.. 94 33 35.1o

Rosary, a short instruction, a ser- winner William Flensburg, Fruits and nuts will be avail- & R._............115 35 30.4
able for all hands, who are invitedto
mon and Benediction of the Blessed I T. MclnMclnarnay Minnesota, Grn. Cv. Spgs... 35 G 14.2
Sacrament during the even- arnay, AN, at- Chief Super f stop in and have a look at the Hospital __...... 21 1 4.1

center even though they do not _...... 13 0 0.0
ing devotion. A short instructionwill tended St. Bernard in Cull- has been sta- Engineers
plan to make a call.
be given after the daily man, Ala., which is also taughtby Fla. Mil. Di..._ 5 0 0.0

Masses. the Benedictine Order. tioned at AIM ..___._ ( 0 0.0
N A T T enter
"Both Missionaries are men of Half-Gallon Club for 18 months. SuperHe
wide experience", says Father Me- resides here with his wife, Lee High Glee Club

,. Cowan, Chaplain at St. Edward's Edna, daughter, Michelle, age CORNERThe
Here Dec. 2
Chapel, "and will certainly have Adds 8 Donors; 10, and son John, age 8. Appears
annual Thanksgiving Din-
The Lee School Glee
much to offer \by way of instruc- High
tion and encouragement in our Total Reaches 106The Mclnarnay, whose hometownis ner of the Navy Wives Club, held Club of 200 voices will appear in
Saturday, Nov. 22, was a huge
encounter with the distressing Jacksonville, is presently at concert here at NATTCenter auditorium

problems of living good lives, and Half-Gallon Club was In-, NARTU Recruiting. When ask- success. Seventy-two membersand December 2 at 2000.

preserving high moral standards." creased last week by seven new ed why he entered the con friends attended. Admission is free.

members, bringing the total test, Mclnarnay replied: "Well, Club rooms were decorated in The program will include selections -

Father Tracy has preached Missions membership to 106. I needed a watch my wife, the appropriate color schemes of of classics, spirituals,

throughout the United States Military and civilian personneland Helen had planned to give me Fall and Thanksgiving. Hostessesfor Christmas selections, ballads and

and Canada. During World War ( dependents) who have given one for Christmas, but now it the occasion did a wonderfuljob popular songs. The largest choral

H, he was a Chaplain with the at least four pints-of bloodto won't be necessary" And then and did not spare any effortto group; in Florida, the Lee High

Eighth Air Force in England. the Station's Armed Forces more seriously, he recalled a make everybody feel at home: Glee Club will represent Floridain

Father)Iamilton is a veteran Missionary Blood Center are eligible for statement he had heard sometime After dinner games were played the Southern Music Confer-

also. In addition to sev- membership.The ago which expressed his and prizes awarded. The eveningof ence at Chattanooga, Tenn.

eral years of work througout this new members Include: real reason for entering the good food, fun and dancingwill .

country, he spent two years as a William Sloan, O&R.J. contest: "The best way to keep long be remembered by every- Kuebler Chosen
missionary in the Phillipines. your faith is give it' away." one who attended.
E. Durantime, Sub Group 2,
All military personnel, dependents Res. Fleet. Although it waS the first The next business meeting will Honor Man At

and friends are cordially invited John P. McLarty, VP-861. time Chief Super had competed be held on Wednesday, Dec. 3.

to attend the Mission. The Frank C. Sulanke, VP-171. in a contest of this nature, he All members are urged to be pres-

Catholic Chaplain urges attend- Donald E. Scott, PIc. stated that, "Any type of Mor- ent. ANP( ) SchoolThe

ance during the next two weeks Charles R. Campbell. als Program is a step in the School

as the best possible means of Teena T. Irby, Sub Group 1, right direction" and so deserved had a Airman sailor as Preparatory it's honor man

preparing: for a Peaceful and Joyous Res. Fleet. his support. 'Cane HuntersOf
this week. Gerard P. Keubler, AA
of Christ at Christ Brchich .
Coming Jorn PN3, ComFair- I
in his
topped all other men graduating
inas. fax. 3rd Marine Division TrainsThe VJ-2 Given I
I to win the
:. AN (P) class
Third Marine Division, ac- honors.
SA: :My wife is scared to death Chaplain Ham, concluding a High PraiseWeather high
someone will steal her clothes. sermon on temperance: "And I tivated Jan. 7, 1952, ended a sche- _....._._._.. Out of a class J"q j
Two's i of 3 1 9 other
; SN: Doesn't she have them Insured say that all the liquor in the na- dule of combat training recentlywith Squadron
'Cane Hunters who spent 316 men, Keubler
fullscale review and
tion should be thrown Into the a paradeof
SA: She has a better idea than river!" all its units Gen.! Lemuel C. hours in the air .hunting compiled a total

that. She has someone stay in the Choir leader: "The next selec- Shepherd Commandant of the storms this season without an grade point

closet and watch them. I found tion by the choir will be "Shall Marine Corps, presented the col- accident, were commended for g average,of 92.
excellent proficiency by Capt. 42 for the eight
to the division.
him there last night. We Gather At the River ors
I Thomas J. Raftery here last weeks course.

Pets Five To Claim ThemIf Friday. ..u__,_ Entering t h d
I Time On II
Round-Up Stray ; Days Captain Raftery, Commander Kuebler Navy in June,

U. S. Fleet Weather Cen- 1952, he was

you're wondering "Where has All stray animals are being for dispositionAnyone tral, Miami, inspected the sent to Bainbridge, Md. for boot

my little dog gone?"-check with picked up and Incarcerated in the who is missing a pet squadron, and during which camp and after completing the basic -

the station police, they may lead station dog pound in the south-. should check in with the station time -he praised officers and training, was sent to Jacks

you right to the pet. west corner of the station. police. If the pet la in custody, men of the squadron. onville for school.

Personnel living aboard the sta- A charge of $1.00 per day will he can arrange for its release. Celebrating the end of the Before entering the service he

,. tion and in Dewey Park housing be charged' pet owners for each The Security department empha- attended the Central Catholic
season, Captain Raftery was
area are warned that a renewed day up to five days that the pet sized that all pets must be regis- I honored High School in Allentown, Pa
an guest at a dinner
"!."', effort on the part of authorities Is in custody. After that periodthe tered with the Pass and Identi- of the squadron's officers in lie has now been assigned to the.

la being made to alleviate the animal will be turned over to fication office and must wear I the "O" Club Friday evening. Aviation Electronic: School in

nuisance1 created by pets. .the Jacksonville Humane Society their tags. Memphis, Tenn



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Four JAX AIR NEWS 26 November' 1952

Real-Life Drama S. Navy

Youths Lost In Okefenokee For I Than ':

SALTY HUMOR FROM Pfc. George Anderson and Wil Others

HERE AND THERE liam E. Denham, AA, both of the U. S. Navy at this moment

Naval Air Technical Training Center than all the other navic

Dental Technician: I don't were admitted to the Naval the world combined,' accordin.

think that new dentist is doing Hospital last Friday after a reported the 11X52-53 edition .of "Jane's '

eo well." stay'of 40 days in the "
Ships, .renowned. a I
Nurse: "Why not" Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. book on the World's

D. T.: "Well, every time I go The two hungry and gaunt men .

by the dental clinic, I see' him related their story. to Navy officials U. S. Navy is already the

looking down In the mouth." after being flown from Ho- peacetime fleet ever main-

merville, Ga., near where they by any country, the year- '.:

Defendant: "Your honor, this stumbled out of the swamp. ., added. The book, gives these +
Here's their story, which reads S on our current naval
case Is all wrong. I wasn't going
like a dramatic novel or movie: '
60 miles an hour, I wasn't going
Denham went to Bailey's Lakein .
60, I wasn't going 30 .
Georgia for a week-end fishing than 100 aircraft carriers
Judge: "Stop. I don't want you ,
to bade up and hurt someone. trip and after renting a boat near 75 cruisers, 350 de-

Fine $10.Fat Fargo, Ga. began to try his luck.A 270 escort destroyers and

short time later, he ndticed 200 submarines 220
that his boat was leaking and as and 150
"W at do those three' balls ,
: he paddled to the opposite shore, vessels, and more than 9,500
mean that hang over the hock it sank and he lost all provisions. craft.

chop 1"Mike Walking along the shoreline he contrast the Soviet

: "It's two to one you don't : tried to find the original directionand unio.

get it back." I l.n.......... to!.. ..N..2.:7........." 'iA:1W'l' .......: :: only three old I
water inlet that he had taken.
cruisers in commission the
SAFE AND SOUND-Recuperating and
declared. However the So-
Scene: Football locker room. harrowing experience encountered during 40 ,
DARKNESS fell and he was unto
Union maintains its
she'll be nokee Swamp are Tfc. George Anderson ( prepon-
No. 38: "My girl says
find his way. Clad only in a Denham AA, both of NATTCenter. The men in submarines, having
to the
fa'thful sweat shirt and a pair of dun- swamp on berries and fish, losing 111 pounds in service and about 120 under

No. 3: "Say, that's great. garees, plus a pair of boots, he are getting along nicely.now; at the Naval .

No. 38: "I"don't know; I'm the slept in a tree that night. The noise and growl. "It sounded as swampland, .

quarterback.* following day he tried to salvagethe loud as a Sherman Tank," Den- treed it. lot of 72 "Shtcha"-class

boat but to no avail. Walking ham said. "We thought for sure poked the was described by the annual
Then there was the co-ed
most of the next day trying td it was a hungry bear so we ran one hit it "medium submarines" of a

soaked her strapless evening gown find someone either on the shoreor further into the swamp and climb- I had their effective and dan

In coffee so it would stay up all in a boat, he failed and made a ed a tree. It was getting dark Luck type." (These submarinesr

night. tree his bed for the night. again so we stayed in the tree across an marked with the Russian

The third day while wanderingup for the night. The next day we track that "Shtcha" which have no
Whenever I hear of a bigamycase
and down the bank, Denhamran left with two knifes
were only is
fishing equivalent English).
it always fills me with awe.
onto Anderson who had been and some matches between us and cans that British, Canadian, and Us.
To thInk of anyone enoughto
take mothersInlaw.llfiiMAFPSI. fishing near that area. Anderson we had no idea where we were." can of "have had second thoughts
on knew the way out to a small The two lost men walked and equipment. scrapping warships In the

fishing camp so they went therein walked, trying to keep on dry baited process of wastage* and re-

search of food. The cook at land and for three days thought more fish.Denham. ," the annual noted.
this camp had gone to town for .
they heard planes. "By the time

provisions leaving them with no we could get fires going, the that by some cases they "have reach-

way of getting to town. The only planes had disappeared." could be out and snatched back ships
food they could get was cokes
that the tracks had nominally already been
They hoped by walking
candy bars.. with the sun to their backs, they to abandon mph.'u. of," the book said.

P.g would be going in a straight line brush and ships were built for only
some time, of
of the cost
find out rails.
and then possibly a way
decided to
they go back into the
ships today and they con-
to catch "It was a lucky thing we had good
swamp some fish for
weather said Anderson "becausethe an stiffening of
food. This did
they and after
dungarees and thin shirts we that day. "I respective reserve fleets
cooking the eight or ten they
this kind
weren't much bad, said s new ships
were wearing pro-
caught, the two heard this loud take several to
tection." I hit him, years

foot. We ," the yearbook declared.-

Ya Hunting SeasonIn BY NOW FOOD was their main over and ( ) .

objective and berries had been hind half

Full Swing; the only thing available. After front half BASES LOADED

walking and wading through the only source
holes which Marine sergeant, home on

Game PlentifulWith we ran was unexpectedly left in

the Florida general hunt Hunting License, Guns animal had of his three-month-old

ing season now in its second week, Available At SS Here it deeper for an afternoon.
went well at first; then
hunters have been reporting good For convenience of station After the and the
arose sergeant
luck and the normalor swamp, the
inIIj game supply personnel hunting licenses are that had in a frantic telephone call

better in most areas.* for sale in the gear room of and his uncle, who took care of

Duck and geese season opened the Special Services Building. jeep became problem in man to man

Nov. 17 while season on others Florida State Licenses, good soon .

opened Nov. 20. With ofa ing the
exception until the end of the season, ," he said, "place the
few restricted areas it is open cost $7.50.Shotguns. jeep
ditch in position of a baseball
season on deer, turkey, quail and are also available was Fold
with you at bat.
squirrel throughout the entire for personnel. All that is need- ing evening base over home plate.

state. ed to check out a gun is a valid were visible mound.
U baby on pitcher's
Florida State hunting license. wagon third
I cided to pin first base and
H ALTUOUGII the first half of Approximately thirty-five 12- tracks I to home plate."

j the dove season is closed the second gauge shotguns are availablefor worked-AFPS).

half will open for a two-week use. Although the guns are
AT A }
period December 15. not kept in the Special Services
heard I was never so happy
will be but in the station a
Daily hunting permitted Building, ar-
seemed to in life. I threw
anyone my
'id2 throughout the state for the remainder mory, it is nevertheless necessary
$: running and arms around him and almost
'b44W of the month. Then all to check them out throughthe
tion of the him," said Denham. The
but the area west of the Aucilla gear room.
stumbled gave them some food and
River will be restricted to shootingon
to take them to a nearby
Wednesday, Thursdays, Saturdays -
I at Homerville. It was
arid Sundays.
that they got their first
e. .. meal In six weeks. "I even
is AS USUAL hunting regulationsare ;
i6 a cigarette," said Den-
substantially the same as in
"Up to then we both had
the past.
smoking leaves in an old
Turkey, quail and squirrel sea- "
which I carried.
\ sons will run through Feb 1, deer
men are now recovering at
season through Jan. 6 and duck
Naval Hospital here.
and geese season through Jan. 10.
DESIGNER'S DREAM-Claudette 40 days in the swamp,
Thornton, a talented Texas One major variation in rules
lost 44 pounds
beauty, has been signed to a this season concerns the shootingof whip
movie contract at U-I studios. dropped 59
turkeys. Only gobblers may be
Called a "designer's dream", 45
and the "perfect film figure", shot in the northeast Florida se- NAVY'S FASTEST TRANSPORT-Flying Wave, after first reporting

here's how the 22-year-old cond district and in the northwest with engines that make it America's fastest wrote home to her mother .'.
"blonde brownette" stacks Navy air transport has four turbo-compound
up; Florida second and third districts. "I I'm to be : ,
Height, 5 feet, 6 inches; bust, equivalent to six: of the power plants that guess going .
Both hens and be '
36; hips. 34, waist 22, and gobblers may stellation when it was introduced 10 years busy here saying, "Yes, M'm, ..
weight 119. shot in all other areas. power transport will cruise at better than 340 I and 'No sir,' all night"I



26 November 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five y


... Air Group Four :Flying Ubangis' Score Again

";f" Command Goes To Air Force Aviator One Of VF-12 JI

:I Comdr. Sweeney Fliers To Bag Coveted Navy E' .1.1Two

Command of Carrier Air Group fighter pilots of YF-12
4 changed hands this week when at. NAS Cecil Field, Capt. 'Edward 25,000 feet followed by rocket and

Comdr. John R. Sweeney assumed J. Mason, USAF, and Lt. bombing exercises. Both Capt. Mason .
and Lt. (jg) Axel will be
the role of Commander, Carrier (jg) Charles L. Axell, became the
Air Group 4, From Comdr._ Larry first "Flying Ubangl" pilots to shooting to become double or w t
triple "E" winners the latter avery
R. Gels. J
garner the coveted Navy "E" ,In
difficult thing to acheive.
the the squadron's fiscal '53 competitive -
.Ii During' same change of com- i
mand ceremonies, two squadrons firing last week. Now Fly Banshees t
'.: of the air group received new commanding The two sharp-shooters were One pilot, Lt. (jg) Sherman E. ,
,: '. officers when Lcdr.,Vernon the only ones to earn the "E" in Brent, a former member of VF- :
; f' L. Micheel relieved Comdr. gunnery at 15,000 feet. 12, in June of 1950 scored "E's"; in
all three phases of the competitive
: Charles W. Gunnels of Fighter Seek More Honors
: Squadron 43 and Lcdr, William Next on the schedule for VF- exercise while flying an F8F Bear-
W Kelly relieved Comdr. Douglas v's' 12 pilot will be the gunnery at cat fighter plane.: The squadronnow

A. Clark of Fighter Squadron --,.... .. ........_.. ........ .. .., flys the F2H Banshee jet
62. Combining .... :, fighter. Lt. (jg) Brent was repu-
.. .
'..11 Comdr. efforts to place 269 '' ted to be the first pilot! in this
Sweeney, new Commander holes in the banner (above)
Carrier Air Group 4, reported were VF-43 pilots Lt. Joe r area to accomplish this mark.

to the group for duty after com- Thorns, Lcdr. Laughan Barker y C .. BGiQIi9d}; .. Capt. Mason, who hails from
pleting a jet refresher course at Ensign Bobbie Williard; Lt. ;. i iw Brownsville, Texas, is attached to
George Schanbach, Lt. (jg)
Kingsville, Texas. Prior to that Robert Ceramsak and Lt. (jg) the 97th Fighter Squadron,
A he was serving with the Chief of Coe Anderson shown left to Wright-Patterson, AFB, Dayton,
I. ... Naval Operations in Washington.With right. The group scored over 15 Ohio, and is assigned to VF-12
CAG 4 In Med per cent hits during recest gunnery under the Navy-Air Force ex-
practice firing. The squadron -
Comdr. Geis, who commandedthe 's: new insignia, depicting change program.
air group during its recent "Fighting Falcons" Is also pic- Lt. (jg) Axell received his
/ tour in the Mediterranean where tured. I wings at NAS Pensacola in April
.11 The banner at the
it participated in several fleet exercises riddled during actual right competi-was of41950 and hails from Hamden,

including the giant tive gunnery exercises by VF- Conn.
"Malnbrace" operation, will! re- 12 pilots at NAS Cecil Field. .
port to the Staff, Commander, Capt. Edward Mason (left) Air ;
Force pilot and Lt. (jg) Charier .
Fleet Air Jacksonville for i
dutyas Axell congratulate each otheron Cruiser Juneau ReturnsThe
operations officer. He was an becoming the first "Flying; : :: l
aide to the Deputy Chief of Naval Ubangl" pilots to qualify for ki' cruiser USS Juneau, first
Operations for Air before he be- the Navy "E". "':"" .. .. ; : warship in action against enemy

came Commander, Carrier Air North Korean forces, has returned

Group 4.Goes I VF-43, VF-13, VF-62, Fasron Six Report from her second tour of duty in
to Washington the Far East. The ship departedfor

Next duty station for Comdr. the Far East March, 1952.

Gunnels, former commanding of- Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons
ficer of the "Fighting Falcons" of

VF-43 will be with the Bureau of .I VP-741, 15-5, 15-5.)

Aeronautics in Washington, D.C. VF-4S were called upon to participate in 2; George Shafer, AT2; advancedto Ralph L. Callahan, captain for

lIe had been commanding officerof Gunnery problems and exercises an air show from the deck of the AE3 were James Hayes, Ro- the Fasronites, led his team

the squadron since it was re- have been receiving extra emphasis aircraft carrier Coral Sea. The bert Cummings, John Pittelli, and through an undefeated season of
commissioned in 1950. in Fighter Squadron 43 since Waldo Romero; advanced to AM3 20 games. The "Banshees" are
Before Lcdr. :'Micheel reported to its return to Jacksonville from the show was viewed by high rank- were Courtland Goss, Caroll Dick- now concentrating on the station

VF-43 for duty as its commandingofficer Mediterranean and results of this ing military and civilian notables. erson, and Anthony Drexl; advan- playoff which will be played against -

he completed a tour of are evident in many well sprinkled Among those witnessing the ced to A03 were Gerald Gumper, NATTC's champs.
duty as assistant professor of target banners. show, which wad led by the "Gla- Thomas Green, Kermit Pace, Among Fasron's eight partici

Naval sciences at the Universityof One banner recently contained diators" of VF-62, was the Secre- Ralph Pasquale, Jimmy Zachary, pants are: 'Ralph Callahan, Ray
Omaha. tary of Defense and his party and Wylie Byrd, and Billy Deen; ad-
269 holes after being zeroed in by Winstead, Bradley Kidd, Tillman
The former commanding officerof six VF-43 pilots and 13 squadron Vice Admiral John J. Ballentine, vanced to ATS"were Richard Den- Bozeman, Arthur Gabriel, Gary

Fighter Squadron 62, Comdr. I aviators have scored over 15)% Commander Air' Force Atlantic nis and Ralph Earl. Buckley, Joe Steffy and Clyde
.. Clark, will report to the Naval hits during recent firing exercises. Fleet. While most crew members were Newton.

Academy, Annapolis, Md. for fur- Those "Fighting Falcons", Several days prior to the ex- worrying about squadron worka Florida duck hunting season got
ther duty. hibition the squadron engaged in quartet of "Gladiators"took
which is the nickname taken by underway with great success for
Lcdr. Kelly, new VF-62 skipper, the unit and symbolized on their strenuous rehearsals for its part time off for "double ring" at least four nimrods of Fasron
reported to his present post from and a large share of the credit ceremonies. New brown baggersare
new) adopted squadron insignia, Six. Lcdr. Frederick E. Wood-
the Naval Post Graduate Law for the success of the squadron's Arnold Dyson, AMSN; Wilbur -
who have scored over 15% hits ward, Skipper, and Lt. Herbert"H"
School, Georgetown University, in gunnery firing exercise were led performance was handed to the Morris, AD3; John Marfinetz, Rupp, Operation officer,
Washington, D.C.EXCHANGE. Lt. maintenance crews for their workin AD3; and Charles Reier, AD2.
by sharpshooting George claimed their limit within a few
i Schanback. keeping all aircraft in top William Lowe, Willie Cook, and hours.

I', STORES Others collecting 15% quotas shape. Floyd Farragut, all chief aviation Lt. Sigurd M. Gudal, Personnel
were Lcdr. Laughan Barker; Lt. Biggest news on the squadron machinist mates, have been reco- officer, and Lt. Lloyd Resler, jet
OPEN EVENINGS Richard M. Spivey; Lt. Joe L level recently was the advance- mmended to take the examination shop division officer, also baggedthe
Personnel on the station Thorns; Lt. Walter H. Maddox; ment in rate of two dozen men. for a commission under the Limited limit.

..... will have an opportunity to do Lt. Howard M. Hudspeth; Lt. Personnel advanced and their new Duty Officer program. .
1'1 Christmas shopping in the Hugh F, Donnelly; Lt. (Jg.) Jer- rates are: Roy Gentry, AMI; Ronald Fasron's touch football team enjoyed -

evening beginning Dec. 1. when' ome W. Smith; Lt. (Jg) Coe M. Stineblser, HM1; Stanley Fasron Six a well earned party at Gold
the Malnside Navy Exchange, Anderson; Lt. (jg.) Robert J. Campbell, AOl; Leonidas Pardue, Fasron Six's "Banshees" cap- Head Branch State Park last
Hospital Exchange and NATTC Ceremsak; Lt. (jg) Richard A. ADl, David Mitman, AD2, Gerald tured the NAS volleyball cham- week to complete the final touchesof

Exchange extends store hours Stack; Ensign Bobbie D. Williard! i 1-Heesch, AE2; Arthur Savage, AE- pionship last week by defeating the 1952) season.

until 2100, Mondays through and Ensign Donald A. Gibbs. The dinner and refreshmentswere ..
Fridays. hard to top

The stores will continue to VF.11.. -- Paul T. Smith was seen passingout
close at 1200 on Saturdays. VF-13 lost two more of its stal- i cigars last week after being

This policy has been adop- warts as Lt. Bob Surginer left for '< promoted to Lt. (jg). Smith has

:. ted to offer a greater service Dallas, Texas and Lt. (jg) Dan recently checked in from the NAS
,',' t
( '. to all Navy Exchange patrons, Fraley shoved off for Columbia, Hospital after a three-week stay

S. C. Both pilots have been re- because of injuries suffered in an
leased to inactive dqty. automobile accident.

October of 1951) saw them report \ William S. Fielder, TNI, was

aboard and remain with the \; I x /4, transferred to VP-21, NAS Patux-
squadron for all Its operationssince ent River last Tuesday after com-

then. They were bound for \ pleting over two and a half years
the Mediterranean on the USS S. with Fasron. Fielder was the old-
Wasp when the Hobson-Wasp col- eat member of Fasron and has

f'. r..;. :." lission occurred. Both took a pro- worked under three skipprs, Lcdr.
; minent part in the rescue of the Walter Barnes, Cmdr. Edward
,I Hobson survivors. Lt. Surginer re- r Morgan and Lcdr. Frederick

ceived a letter of commendationfor Woodward, present CO.
at+t w,
his efforts in the victim's be- Advancement in rate exams
half.The 4 have recently been passed by seven -
entire squadron regrets the L. Fasron men. Those who made
/ 4I t departure of these two officers, the grade are Lester R. Goldman
:t..., DEPART VF-12-A trio of top division leaders soon to depart
..... ,:,. ,.N .''t., but wishes them well as they return to ADAN, Freddie L. Hartley
.." ,, "0> .. ; ;fi VF-12 at NAS Cecil Field for new duty assignments are bid fare-
<'f' I.
fe"I'd, *',..x; '''.. J' hands with Lt. Carl Cruse, Operations officer. Cruse will reportto ADAN, Donald H. Lamay to SN,
-m-r VF-62 NAS Patuxent River, Aid; Lt. Warren Eckoff, Maintenance Billie J. Martin to 'ADAN, Albert
officer (extreme right) will go to NAS Corpus Christi, Texas,
of of VF-
ability pilots J.
Flying Oros to AN
and Lewis E.
while Lt. Charles Tucker Administrative
like to run an equipment officer, (second from
check, Sgt. 62 was tested recently when they right) will report to ComFalrJax. Patton to SKSN.



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'Page Sue JAX AIR NEWS 26 November 1952


Rules Clinic Held

For Center Refs

Intramural referees at NATT

Center held a rules clinic Nov.

14 to discuss various! problemsand t
new rule changes for the

coming program. Additional
meetings will be staged until the

opening of basketball in Decem-

group, composed of Navy

With John M. Charvat and Marine personnel, will work S
directly with Lt. Paul McCoy,
Tomorrow night in the Mainside gym the Fliers open Physical Training officer for the
their seasonal cage campaign. And the big question in the Center. Officials are selected ona
minds of local sports enthusiasts is naturally, does Coach volunteer basis and usually 4

Frank McCaffrey have the material to provide winning basketball spend two nights a week officiat
on this station? ing.
We'd say he does. Although the junior varsity is shorthanded Referees are given a chanceat REFEREES' CONFAB-Intramural officials at NATTCentermet
the clinic to discuss the dif- last week with Lt. Paul officer to
only seven men are presently available, the varsityis McCoy, Physical Training ,
laden with of nimble sure-handed who are ferent play situations, signals, discuss rules changes and problems that may arise in the coming:
a crop guys rule changes and other problemsthat sports year. Attending the meeting 'were, (seated left to right)
quick and cute with the ball. When Sixth Naval District might arise throughout the Quinten McElyea, Al Hirschman, Ward Weisel, Tom Ward, Lt.
tourney time rolls around in March the Fliers will definitelybe McCoy, Tom Hawkins and Tommy Thompson. Standing Bob
a threat to Parris Island, the 1951-52 title holders. season. Goff, Bob Reinhardt, Dan Rydell and Rube Francis.

Having seen McCaffrey's little"giants, they'll average AGO School.

only 6-1, and adding remarks of those who should know, we'll ..
hurriedly brush the personnel that will see action in the

course of a rugged 29-game schedule. Offers NewAthletic

* 5OJ

If the firing pin is inserted correctly in the Syracuse SlateUnder

Shotgun before game tine, then watch out foe and back- a new program at the Air '
boards. Bob Grabaz, the bronzed two-handed set artist from Ground Officer's School, athletics

Syracuse University, can be the difference for this ball club s have risen from an obscure past-

all season. He's uncanny with his accuracy and can hurt you time to an important part of the

on a fast break. regular routine. Coordinator of the

Bob Reinhardt, who returns from last year's varsity Boeoon Cools Stored program is Bob Chartrand, a vet-
With Grabaz and Ward Weisel, is another fast afoot gentle- eran of athletic activities before ,
man capable of getting that extra two points in the clutch Joining service ranks.
Bob will time at the gratis stripe than man
spend more any J
Chartrand was formerly Director -
on the varsity. He's hard to stop when driving. By HAS Student Body'"That's of Athletics for Kansas City, ,.i
Weisel's forte is his one-handed push. He leads a fast Mo. Department of Welfare and 'y
break well and is a polished performer when the chips are
down. it for this season," Coach Dave Barksdale musedas for three years an Intramural athletics

: he reviewed the 1952 football season for Jax Navy, "we'll manager at the Universityof
"Vince Zoda will fake you out of the exit, a player remarked -
Kansas Awarded the Out
I open Sept 19th at Patuxent River next year. City.
when we asked about the pivot slot. The 6-5 youngs-
before the service is deadly "I was pretty proud of the standingAthlete's trophy at UKC -
.ter who played for CCNY joining
I ored lad out-ran and outpassedthe in 1949, Chartrand also directed '
inside the key with his one-handers and is never shy about boys," he continued, "they came along Fliers as he paced his matesto athletic activities at Officer's Can- .
using his 195 pounds under the bucket. way since the first of the season the two-touchdown win.
didate School, Newport. '(,
and I was well pleased. They I Stuldreher and Larry White com All-Inclusive, .4
Zoda with the upstairs responsibilities is Roger had a lot of spirit and gave me j
Assisting bined to give Jax Navy a 13-131 The program here embraces the .
"Grubber" Stelma, a lithe 195-pound lad who doesn't bother good cooperation all the way." I draw with a highly favored eleven I most minor sports which require j
to shake hands when moving into scoring territory. The The Fliers finished with a record I from South Junior only individual attention to team ,J
6-4 Illinois southpaw owns a "sure two" jump shot that must of three wins, a tie and five Georgia CollegeIn sports with dozens competing. A' '
be controlled by the foe if the Fliers taste defeat. defeats. "But," Barksdale added, a benefit game at Waycross, table tennis tourney is already \

Relying largely on his speed, interspersed with cute "if we played like we did the last Georgia. The Fliers were score- underway and the winner in the ."

twists and good control, Dick Tate, 6-2, Richmond, Ky. prod- two games we could have won less until the fourth heat and then, single elimination play is slated

uct, is determined to keep his name with the starters all sea- them all, except of course, Parris after counting twice, fumbled for a shot at the NATTCenter n,

son. And he might do it. Island." away a chance to. ice the verdict. champ. K
Joe Lister, the little man on the squad at 5-10, is adept Tennis and golf are being set up ':
And Charlie Yen is another Parris Island the locals
;with the two-handed shot. guy thumped -
Before the last home gatheringof on a (challenge) arrangement
who finds the two-hander to his liking. Marv Atkinson, 74-0, in the opener and the the season, the Fliers stunned ;
Ocean Grove, N. J., six-footer, and Tom Deeming, a tree- Fliers lost a few supporters, both NAS Norfolk, a pre-game favorite, Form Council
at 6-5 round out the roster. material and human. The Islanders -
topper varsity 26-7, as Stuldreher figured in Volleyball and touch football .,J s
fielded a squad laden with college
three pay station bids. The Uni- leagues have been under operation *
and professional talent and
The crystal ball gave us Southern California and Ohio were simply too much for the versity of Michigan southpaw throughout the season. Competition -
State as winners last week, but failed to foresee conquests for Fliers.In pitched for two and ran a third, : Is thriving In bowling, perhaps -
!Alabama and Penn State and two stalemates in other top but it was Bishop's 53-yard jaunt the Individual leader In parti. .:
games. Plaudits have been pouring in by mail, telegram and the first home outing, Jax along the east sideline that capped I cipation.
Navy blanked Patuxent River, 19-
Kangaroo pouch in recognition of the former accomplish- matters. The program has been effected "
0 Jack for two
as Bishop passed .
ments. Few bothered to chide us for the stunning reversals Pensacola's Goshawks found the by the formation of an Athletic .
touchdowns and ran a third. The
administered throughout the country that fooled even the Golden Bombers held the home scoring lanes practically closed to Council, composed of one representative
masters. them last week as they were held from each section of the
landers scoreless the first half,
Summoning what foresight we have left we see Navy I but Bishop and broke to a 14-6 bulge at the end of three school. It is the responsibility of
over Army in the traditional service battle. Holy Cross will stanzas by the short-handed Fliers. each representative to see that
loose in the second for the win.
trip Boston College, Penn over Cornell and Fordham over However, in the fourth quarterthe his men are adequately equippedand
NYU are the eastern headliners. In the midwest, Notre A second quarter safety proved local ball carriers fumbled know the whereabouts of the

Dame to be a docile host to Southern California, Oklahomaover the winning margin for Eglin Air twice and the Hawks quickly capitalized facilities. offered. !
Force Base the following week as ........
Oklahoma A. and M., and Tulsa over Texas Tech. Ala- to post a 31-12 victory. The _
bama will thump Auburn! Georgia Tech to remain unbeaten the Fliers went down to defeat, loss of key men put a damper on Varsity Needs BoxersAn t9
against Georgia, and Tulane over L. S. U. cap the southern 4-13.. Darrell Spang scored both the Fliers' hopes, but they werea
Navy TDs and was ironically the
clashes. game foe, nevertheless. urgent call for personnel
man nipped in the end zone to account interested in competing with the

Followin' intramural at Main- for the Eagles' safety. varsity boxing team has been
the Fliers. Fall sports
Call Out For Center issued from Coach Al Mueller.
side close and
and NATTCenter are rapidly drawing to a I
and the Iron Man Tro- At home for the third successive Men in the heavier weights are
competition for the Captain's Trophy Cage Loop EntriesThe
week, the Fliers were rapped for in demand.A .
phy can be narrowed to three units. Fasron Six is a lead- NATTOenter Intramuralcage
pipe cinch for the second leg of the NAS award, while ANP) their third defeat of the season as loops will officially workout is slated for the .j j
, School and AE School appear to have lost the pack at the the 508th Regimental Combat the first week of December. All Mainside gym, Monday, Dec. 1, -
Team of Fort Benning came from and Coach Mueller will take a : ::
Center. The Student Electricians have the inside track. They divisions or departments who .
lead the keg league and are third in volleyball, topping their behind a 13-7 half-time deficit for are interested in entering may good look at every candidate.

adversary in both cases From a public relations stand- a 26-20 win. use the Center gym for prac- Charleston Navy is scheduled for
out point this office was glad to see the football finale 'roll Harry Stuldreher came to the an appearance here Friday, Dec.

around last week. Cooperation, for the most part, was hardto fore in the Fliers' next outing, engineering tice.The gym is open for recrea- 5, against the .Fliers.. .J
find when info from the a 27-0 win over Donald-
seeking pre-game enemy camp. tion at 1300 daily and
There are exceptions of course, and Parris Island is the son Air Force Base. Spang added team use the facilities any Capt. Ted Williams, former star "
stickout. The Islanders are always prompt with advance two touchdowns to his credit offered.may outfielder of the Boston Red Sox,
against the Donaldson eleven aIthe appeared last week to be headedfor
publicity and it's a real pleasure to deal with Pete Waldmeirand Entries and rosters must be
associates. Something's wrong when the visiting pressis locals ran roughshod over their in not later than noon, Nov. combat duty as a Jet pilot in ,a
placed on the back row"Of the press box, having to work undermanned foe. 28. Korea ,..

:with typewriter in lap. That was the situation handed Ed Miami's Marine Corps Air Station Attention Is called to all Williams, who was recalled to

Nellist, who represented this office at Pensacola last Satur- Barracudas surprised the Fli- touch football managers to re- active duty in the Marine Corps

day Lcdr. Richard V. Donahue, NAS Special Services ers Nov. 1 with a resounding 26-13 turn borrowed gear. Action will last May, has been ordered to J

officer, reports the trout fishing is great in the Mayport ba- conquest that garnered Lafayette be taken if all equipment is report to the Marine, Air Station .
sin. His party last week end netted a good catch, some push- Roberts rave notices from the local not returned immediately. at El Toro, Calif., by Jan. 2 for
ing the four-pound mark. ggregation. The Philadelphia col reassignment overseas. -


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26 November. 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven:

a Fumbles Hurt As HawksTopple


i Fliers 34.12

J r [ : f1f A chilled crowd at Pensacola's, Mainside Field last Sat

1. ,1pii urday could not believe the score board at the end of the

third quarter which showed the Goshawks leading Jax Navy's

1.I tenacious Fliers only one touchdown. However, the Fliers

f failed to enjoy prosperity as they fumbled away a 34-12 ver-

dict to the trenchant Hawks in their last game of the season. .

It was the local's fifth setback in nine starts. They've <

settled for one tie and three wins through an up-and-down.
Mn .
I W campaign.There .

, was no bowl bid awaitingthe fore Pensacola could count a first

i: winner. But the Fliers, rateda down.

. three touchdown underdog before Pass Magicians Click

whistle time, had all the ear- Again It was the passing magicof

marks of a conference eleven In Harry Stuldreher.. Larry

_...._ ._ ._ White that tapped the scoring led-
uu. '- .A -. "- "_.. ,::-oq quest of a New Year's..Day dateas
ger as they essayed touchdowns of
3 READY FOR OPENER-Jax Navy's varsity cage squad, they Jumped to a 6-0 lead be-
75 and 24 yards to account for
ready for the 1952-55
curtain raiser with Patrick AFB tomorrow
I night in Mainside gym, faces a tough schedule. Front row are Rr r the local's point production.
(left to right) Joe Lltser, Charles Yen, Bill Mower and Ward ,rt w Following an exchange of puntsin
IS,t Weisel. Back row Dick Tate, Roger Stelma, Vince Zoda, Bob the initial chapter the Fliers
Grabaz and Bob Reinhardt. On the left, Ward Weisel, returnee,
sets for a one hand push shot, and on the right Vince Zoda had possession on their own 25.
CCNY product, displays. prowess with his right hand shot. 'Tip- White tried the right side for
off time is 2015, all hands invited. naught before Stuldreher flippedover

the midfield stripe where

White "connected" and went all

.,;. Fliers vs POlrick Here the way.
"f &
Pensacola quickly evened mat-

t ters. Taking a fumble by Bill

AE School Sets Thursday In OpenerWith Pickett at the 50 the Hawk's
t needed only .three plays to score

old reliable, Bob Grabaz, the prolific Syracuse Uni- their first TD. Buster Owens, who

New High SeriesIn versity deadeye in the starting line-up, Jax Navy will un- quarterbacked only the first quarter

veil its 1952-53 cage edition tomorrow night in the Mainside\ before giving way to All-

gym against Patrick Air Force Base before a ThanksgivingDay American Bob Zastrow, pitched to
Keg LeagueMarines audience at 2015.A A. J. Garrisi in the end zone and

Ed Riley added the extra point for
with the local
and Personnel pickedup game capable of scoring a lot. Pensacola's. 7-6 first quarter bulge. ,
junior varsity and an Independent -
seven points each last week in Add to Schedule Zastrow 'Connects

,j NATTCenter intramural bowling entry from Jacksonville Continuing, Coach McCaffrey A 20-yard flip from Zastrow to
will provide the first course at averred, "I've got a lot of boys
action to move a few notches Tal Harmon capped a 50 yard
1830. with a good eye for the bucket
from the in of ". march for the Hawk's second mar-
away pack quest the and If like
Tuesday Fliers travel to we progress we did
the only tally In the heat.
second place. Tampa to face MacDill AFB and last year we'll give most of the ., F 2 Harmon and Buddy Storer lugged

AE School established a new Thursday, Dec. 4, they return teams on the schedule a toughgo. 1 the ball Into position to ignitethe
seasonal high for team score by home to host Turner AFB. Eight ." N drive.A a

rolling a 2717 series while Kwo- games are slated before the Additional games were added to
scoreless third quarter had
lek pitched In with a 620 individ- Christmas holidays, four here and the schedule this week, runningthe
the patrons guessing Everett
ual series to claim top honors In four on the road. total to 29. Included in the
Crews, George Shotwell and a hostof
that department. new entries are Camp Gordon,
Grabaz will have two of his
defenders would not allow
Four teams are still within teammates from last year's varsity home-and-home, and Chipola Junior Fasron 6 Keglers overland yardage. The blew
of the in the tipoff quintet Ward College of Marianna, Fla.a .
range runnerup position, Top NAS League wide open in the final period as
but the Student Electricians ap- Weisel, 5-11 Portland, Ind. artist, single game here. the Goshawks took full advantageof

pear to have the loop leadership and Bob Reinhardt, 6-foot Car- Game Are Free Fasron Six No. 1, rolling con- Flier miscues.

firmly cemented for the season. bondale, HI. point maker, are The Fliers' offense will be directed sistently season, heads the NAS
Don Meyerchick, who intercepted -
back for another season with the from the run-and-shoot intramural keg loop this week witha
and Grabaz three enemy aerials and wasa
type pattern
STANDINGS Fliers. four-point margin over runner-
Team w. r.. Ft. prominently in the thorn in their back all evening,
operation. up Fasron 109. yj-2 and Special
Zoda At Center
AI: School 41 4 56 fumbled a Pensacola punt on the
Marines 29 13 38 "We'll fire a mixture of fast Services are In a third-place tie.
Personnel 28 14 38! Coach Frank :McCaffrey gave breaks and ball control I Jax 18. Bob Bowland recoveredfor
ANY) School 26 M 35 throughout The leading Fasron foursomehas
!.. ANP( > Ships Co. 24 12 33 the starting pivot nod to Vince the season," McCaffrey added. the host eleven and two plays
Supply 24 18 31 Zoda 6-5 who totaled 49 points to the 109'ers later
a youngster saw Marv Zastrow hit Relph NeilsonIn
; AO Ships, Co.; 24 21 81 Atkinson, Tom Deeming, 45. In a fourth-place tie are Fas-
i. AK School 18 24 25 action with CCNY. Zoda edged Joe Lister Bill Mower and pay dirt for the tally.
.' S.s.-1st. Lt. 16 29 21 Stelma ron Six No. 2 and Dental. They'restill
A/C Malnt. 10 35 13 Roger a University of II- Yen complete the varsity for Fumbles Hurt
(, linois product who scales the 6-4 the Patrick tussle. within reach of the leaders, Jax Navy moved the ensuingkickoff

Center Stars Bow mark, for the opening berth. There's no admission charge for trailing only eight-points. to the 40, but Jack Bish

Completing the first five is Dick home games and all station Team f Ftf. op bobbled and the Goshawks recovered
per- 'asron' Six No.1.................. 49
To Green Covers Tate, 6-2 from Richmond, Ky. sonnell and guests are invited to Fasron 109 . .....................45 to set up their fourth
closer to Inter- Coach McCaffrey listed a VJ-2 .. .. .,. ..................... 42 tally.. Garrisi bulled to the
varsity attend. Fliers'
Moving a step ; Special Services ................... 42
station competition between Intramural roster of 11 to compete against "asron Six No.2.................. 41 30 and on the next play Tom
Dental ............................ 41
champs in various sports, Patrick, leaving only seven for Field In Medicos .......................... 31Operations Hartley demonstrated the art of
the NATTCenter all-star touch I junior varsity battle. )RC Inst .:::::::::::::::::::::::: 31 29 broken field running by shaking-

football team dropped a 36-0 frayto I The locals shot to an 18-10 re- Run At BerwickGene VP-861 ............................11 loose would-be tacklers to "hip"his

the Green Cove Springs entry cord .last season and the wiley Field will represent: I way to the pay station.

last week before a crowd of 1,000 Navy mentor said, "I'm hopingfor Jax Navy Thanksgiving Day in He was perplexed over part of The Fliers weren't through. ..

eager sailors and guests. as good a record this year, the nine-mile Berwick Amateur his GED test. They returned the kickoff to their

Green Cove tallied three times but you can't forsee difficulty. Cross Country run in Berwick, OIC: "Does that particular own 30 and Stuldreher followed

the first quarter, converting on We won't field a tall team," he Pa., against some of the top question bother you?" with five completed pitches of six:

each, and added a field goal the added, "but, we'll be fast and flight distance men of the nation. Soldier: "No Sir, but the darned attempts, the last to White from

second to lead 24-0 at halftime. answer Is giving me a lot of the Hawk's 24, for a touchdown.It .

The Center stars held the hosts Navy Tankers trouble." looked like the touchdown

scoreless the third heat but gave .. parade was over as the clock

way for an additional two markers showed less than a minute remaining -
Sink MarinesNavy
in the fourth.SPORTS with Pensacola on the Flier's
.1 25.: John Steele had other ideas.
tankmen at NATTCenter
On the first he
play scampered
SLANTSThe out-pointed their Marine adver-
75: yards around left end to rack .
Sugar Bowl announced saries last week in the Indoor .
up'another Hawk marker. With
pairings for the basketball tournament Pool, 32-25, capturing four of 20
seconds remaining it 34-12.
in New'Orleans, Dec. 29-30. seven first places in a heated
Injuries Hamper Jax
Villanova and Louisiana State meet.
Navy was definitely hurt
University will meet in the first The issue was in doubt until without the services of linebacker

game opening night and St Louis the final race, the 200-yard free- ;
and St. Bona venture'will clash in style relay but the Whitehatted ;.. Bob DePasquali and guard RonTank"
Lawhead. Both have been
the second game. swimmers breezed to victory in : \ : t cogs In the local defense all sea-

1:50.6: with Mpsney, Knee, Griggs ; :. : son. Pickett filled the linebacker'sslot

.t Boston Red Sox prize rookie and Ferris churning the aqua. ; ;: playing almost the entire

Faye Thornberry was called up Clean sweeps were recorded in ; game on defense and offense.
for physical examination last the 100-yard backstroke and the
_., .... ,. ,, 1
week. If passed, he'll be 50-yard breaststroke. The Leathernecks SCORE BY QUARTERS
Goshawks ........
7 7 020-34
bound. In his first year in the annexed laurels in the SPLASHING FINISH Billy McKenzie, Marine tankman, Jax Navy ....... ... 600 -It:
breezes to first place In the 50-yard; breaststroke, but his mates I Touchdowns: Pensacola -Garrissl
major leagues last season, Thorn- latter, while the Sailors took all
fell before a power laden whitehat team, 32-25. The monthly l Harmon. Neilson. Hartley Steel: Jax
berry batted .258 in 98 games. three places in the former. NATTCenter meet was held last week at the Indoor FooL cola Navy---Riley.White a, ;2.Underwood Conversional{ Feiuta,*


J. s
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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 26 November 1952

* i11lD
."\ Galley Hands Zealously Turn To I

(Items property offering such as for washing sale articlesof machines r.r :i : 'I"j In Preparing To Feed, 7,000There

automobiles, furniture, radios -
will be no rest for.theship's :
1 clothing and the like are ciT } kin pies and 1,000 pounds of fruit
cooks on Thanksgiving.
prohibited by Defense Department cake, f)
regulations. This column will, ) With over 7,000 hungry Decoration of the mess halls

however, list such !services as r w ;; mouths to feed, all galley will "add to the holiday atmosphere
available housing, rides wanted 1 0 hands will begin i preparing I and each person will receive

and lost and found articles or other irvc. the annual Turkey Day ban- cigarettes, nuts and assorted hard
quet at midnight tonight.
similar notices.) candles
The Department,
FOR RENT C.1 Commissary Again this year no guests will
of Lcdr.
under the
j supervision be allowed aboard, due to the limited
Furn. 2 rms., Ph. 2.7216, Mrs. George H. Davis, has planned a facilities to handle the present

.,. LeGrand. menu fit for a king. Whitehats
Lcdr. Davis
Furn. 2.4 rm. apts., Ph. 8.4873, __,____yr_ __._"___n___ "--_.:.. and Waves at the Naval Air Station personnel, said.

Rev, Sheets. WILL WORK ALL NIGHT-These bakers will get no rest to Naval Air Technical Training
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 3123 Oak, Ph. night. Tomorrow, through their efforts, 1,250 pumpkin pies, 40 Center and Mayport will feaston
88.9201, Mrs. Platt. gallons of whipped cream, 20,000 rolls and 1,000 pounds of fruit turkey, baked ham and all the > p .
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house, 8383 Collins -: cake will grace Thanksgiving Day dinner tables aboard the sta I
tion. Shown preparing the pie machine for action at the bake trimmings. II
Rd., Ph. 112-8-4882, Mrs. shop at NATTCenter are (left to right) Stanley Bowers, CSSA; t .
Kurka. Raymond Funk, CS1; Kenneth Townsend, CSSA; Ralph Hawkins, Lt. Jack F. Buesoher, assistant I
Furn. share 6 rm. hse., Ph. 7.4255 CS3, and Stanley Wydryck, CSSN. commissary officer, Lt. (jg) Earl

Mrs. Moore. Get It! Liebtag, CHPCLK Willard Clark JL
Furn. 1 room, Ph. 2-7848, Mrs. and PACT Taylor Combs, Jr., all
Hunt. MeaymFi of NATTCenter, and CHPCLK We take this opportunity to
Unfurn. 4 rms., 4369 Longfellow, I A For A King I Frank Anderson of the Mainslde wish all of you a wonderful )

Mrs. Mobley. Mess, will assist in making this a Thanksgiving Day. Give a thoughtonce
Furn. 4 bdrm. house, 1009 So. 1st memorable dinner. In a while, not just at
St., Jax Beach, Ph. 3-9133, Mr. Traditional Thanksgiving Day bered by personnel dining at NAS, Thanksgiving time, for all that we
Shumaker. dinner aboard the Naval Air Station I NATTCenter and at MayportHere's Four hundred turkeys ((8,000 have and give thanks all throughthe
pounds) will be dressed. In addition -
will be a meal long remem I the menu: for these
SALE things.
FOR I year
3,000 pounds of baked ham
22 ft. rouse trailer. Pr. 8-6788, Fresh Fruit Cocktail Hot Consomme will be fixed to feed the crew. Ed Megonical of Maintenancehas
Mrs. Cunningham. I Roast Young Turkey About 2,500 pounds of white potatoes a lot to be thankful for and

28 ft., lot 29, Parakeet Trailer Baked Ham, Virginia Style 2,500 pounds of glazed we might add he is plenty proudfor

Park, Mrs. Goebert.MISCELLANEOUS. Giblet Gravy Raisin Sauce Oyster Dressing sweet potatoes and 1,000 poundsof his daughter Mrs. J. F. Teskeof

Snowflake PotatoesGlazed Sweet Potatoes green peas will be prepared. Jacksonville, gave birth last
West Coast, on or Saturday to twins, a boy and a
Ride wanted to Buttered Fresh Green Peas Fresh Cranberry Sauce Fourteen hundred pounds of fresh
before Dec. 1st. Ph. 9-3433, will the sal girl. Congratulations grandpa.
Assorted Salad Bar of Lettuce, Olives, Pickles, Celery vegetables appear on
Robt. Derrington. Thousand Island and Russian French DressingsHot ad tables, and there will be 3,000 *
Ride wanted from Tine Oaks Trailer Cloverleaf Rolls Butter pounds of fruit lit the fruit cups. l Glad to hear that "Curly"Wemp's

Pk. to Uniform Shop. Ph. Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Fruit Cake S wife is Improving after a

9-9138, Mrs. Koch. Diced Ice Cream Fresh Milk Coffee The bake shop will be kept busy I recent illness and also Paul Long-
Driving to Oklahoma 19 Dec. Ph. Mixed Nuts Candy Cigarettes making 20,000 rolls, 1,250 pump- street's wife Kate Howell of Shop
ext. 438, Jack Ratzlaff. -- Stores had a thrilling experiencethis
Driving to Nebraska on or about past weekend when she saw

15 of Dec., Ph. 8-6846, Mrs. FOOTBALL SPECIAL her son play on the Citadel foot
Grace. :: HoSRIT-AU ball team at Charleston, S. C. Citadel -

i Driving to Indiana, Fri. 28, Ph. Game for Week of Nov. 29 won. We understand that

8489, Ens. Scott. Charles Kemp of the Paint Shopis
Found-Ronson Lighter. Ph. Ext. the proud papa of twin girls

8180, J. E. Conback. (Home teams in right column) I born recently. .
Lost Brown wallet, "Mexicoon *

front, Cpl. K. D. Ellis, Mar. real for the Red Navy ... ... vs .. .. Army
disb. off. ] Cross It is to a announce pleasure two new ser Cornell .:..::::..-.:::::::...'::"":::: vs ::::::. :::::::::::::::::!:.::::... Tenn Joy is Broad on well two of weeks the Time leave Section in

Lost-Brown wallet, area Hangar vices. For those of you who need Detroit _............................. vs ................................ IIouston North Carolina. Ethel Huffman of
Lost Brown wallet, "Mexici" the -use of an Iron-one Is now Southern California ........ vs ........................ Notre. Dame Work Measurement is taking It

11, Ph\ 8489, Ens. Scott. I available. Just ask the recreation' Tulsa ................................ vs ........................ Texas Tech easy this week by spending some
i Riders wanted from Rosselle and worker who will check it and the Auburn _............................. vs .............................. Alabama of her leave at home.

Stockton, 0800.1630, Ph. 8-14-I ironing board out to you. Georgia Tech .................... vs ................................ Georgia William Robinson, Photostat
33, Mrs. Hare. of LSU ............................_....._ Vs .................................. Tulane
It is fun to take pictures your Operator, would like to thank
I I Mississippi State .............. vs .......................... MississippiSouth
hospital buddies and now you can each one through this column for
Carolina ................ vs-...................... Wake Forest
New Process Makes take all you want whether you the gift given to his first-born,
Tennessee .......................... vs .......................... Vanderbilt
have your own camera or not. a daughter, recently. Glad to see
Old Barrels Usable William & Mary............. vs ..................._........ Virginia
Mr. L. D. Robertson of Sax Camera Kathy Johnson of Procurementback
nice ................ vs ... .. Baylor
Norfolk, Va,barrels(AFPS destined) Many for' Center, Inc. has recently TCU ..................:::::::::::::::::: vs ::.:::::::::::::::-...:::::::..... SMU at her desk after helping out
battered fuel made six cameras, with flash attachments in Housing the past week.
be made Texas A & M\ .._.............. vs ...................._............ Texas
the scrap heap can now available to you. These
Wyoming .......................... vs ..............___............ Denver Drive carefully over the holidays
as good as new by a speedy reconditioning be checked out simply by
may Colorado A & M .............. vs .............................. Colorado. and always.Stefanchik.
process operated by asking Red Cross recreation ,
your Washington .........._.......... vs .............. Washington State -a.
the Naval Fuel Supply Depot worker.
NYU .............._.................. vs .............................. Fordham
here. In one month, the process Tops
Colgate .............................. vs .................................. Brown
caved $90,000.The The Thanksgiving dance Tues

method, which turns out a day, November 25, was a gala (Predict the score of this game) Pigskin GuessersFor
usable drum every 30 minutes, occasion. The NAS band furnished First Prize

can reclaim leaky, rusty, and lively music, and the charming Navy ............?............_..... vs ....?..__..........-__..__ Army
dented barrels for only 71f each.' hostesses from the Ecclectic Club'made Missing five out of 20, Nicholas

... New drums cost $7 each. it a pleasant evening. Name. RateRankUnit Stefanchik, AKAN, of Fasron 109
The reconditioning Includes a On the calendar of coming events garnered first place In the Foot-t
machine that takes out rim kinks, note the following out ball Special last week for a five- )
.. .. .
a "dedenter" which blows out standing dates.Saturday Assigned To Phone dollar merchandise chit at Navy

dents, a caustic soda cleaning, a I Nov. 29, 1400 Ward RULES Exchange.
coat of paint, and preservative. Three deadlocks on the ballot
the Fuchsia -
C.4-Party sponsored by 1. To enter the contest you simply Indicate your choiceof
I. Garden Circle. each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you selectto fooled every entry, numbering over
Jax Waitress: "Which dinner do Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1930, Rec. win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the names 200. SMU was held to a draw
you prefer, sailor?" Hall-Variety Show, sponsored by of teams you think will play to a tie score. by Baylor, Kentucky surprised
NAS Sailor: "Today I is payday, 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties Tennessee and Wisconsin and Min-
American Legion Post 293. count as losses unless predicted.
I want the $3.50 dinner.
3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the esota fought to a stalemate.
Waitress: "On white or rye? Thursday, Dec 4, 1930, Rec. game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with Robert Ellingson, DK3, of NA
of Accordian the most nearly correct score will win the contest. TTCenter Dispensary claimed a
LA HOT AIR Hall-An evening 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con three-dollar chit for second place.
Music by Milo Jones; 1950-Audi sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indicating
Dance to be eligible. He outguessed Jim Laughlin, ALl,
torium-Arthur Murray the score of the one tie-breaker,
Class. 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for AN (P) School Instructor, on the
Tuesday, Dec 9, 1930-Ward any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final tie breaker, Southern California-
ratings. UCLA. Both had six misses, along
A-6 Party sponsored by American 6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
Legion Post 293. Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Building with four others, but Ellingson
You may be thinking of sending 930. was only a point away on his 0
7, All military and civilian personnel, with the exceptionof 14.13 prediction favoring the Tro
back home
folks or
flowers to the personnel of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the con
to your best girl during the holiday test. jans. / ,
season. For your convenienceorder 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed. Laughlin's Third Place Award
blanks for Armed Forces 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News theThursday was a two-dollar merchandise chit.
w0a. Flower Service are available at following the Saturday on which the game is played. There are five convenient pickup

recreation office. TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES stations for ballots: (1) Jax Air .
the Cross
Field Recd J Director, Mrs. Davidson, First prize is a five-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy News office; ((2)) 0 & RI) ((3);
Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
is back at her desk again aftera third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chit NATTCenter Centeen; (4)) Hospital -
said when I jot discharged I'd"I two months' illness. Canteen; ((5)) Fasron Six.Page .
the first plane out of here!

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