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 4, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Make Your Holiday Transportation Reservations Early!

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11


Blue Angels To Fly

Santa To Call L Tr

On Kiddies At Open House Program

Xmas PartiesNavy (j Slated For SundayThe

V Y, k'd
Navy in Jacksonville will commemorate "Pearl Harbor
kiddies will
rule i Day" Sunday, Dec. 7 with an Open House at the Naval
Saturday, Dec. 20, as plans Air Reserve Training Unit hangar. The program will be
forward to them
a. move give highlighted by the Navy's famous Blue Angels.
Christmas parties complete A
The four-hour program is open
with Santa Claus The Blue Angels will at
toys, refreshments to all service personnel and the perform
and entertain- about 1500.
general public.
ment.In The Blue Angels, with their
Lt. Col. Charles Kunz com-
order to accommodate the home base at Corpus Christ!, Tex
manding officer of Marine Air
3,700 children who are registered as, were originally formed here
Detachment is coordinator and director
to attend, parties are being held ------- at Jacksonville in 1946. After
for the and has
various commands this program several of operation the
by year, years
announced details for the static ,
instead of the previous one big group was disbanded and then
and demonstrations
about a was reorganized.
party. year ago
1 .
Charles A. Dittmar i 8 4.q<1 SPE1t1IAPS *
Capt. senior -
station chaplain, reports that AN IIOUU long musical sessionby one of the most famous .

434 children have signed for the \ the Jacksonville Navy Band flight demonstration teams

station party, which will be at will start the festivities at 1300. ever, the Blue Angels are alwaysa

1300 in the Mainside Auditorium. p At 1400 there will be a demonstration crowd pleaser with their barrel

There will also be 292 honored ( T by an AJ Bomber. ThAJ rolls, loops, half Cuban eights

guests from nine orphanges in formation.'s) is a multi-engine craft fitted and reverse half Cuban eights, all

the Jacksonville area. ; ; with both Jet and reciprocating of which are executed from the

; engines.The groups "diamond" formation.

ELEVEN children will attend next 35 minutes include an i Flying the sleek Grumman

the Malaria and Mosquito Con- exhibition and demonstration by F9F-5 Panther, the group is com-
trol party, and 18 will appear for a Navy Blimp. Among other (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3)
the Naval Air Mobile Training things the blimp will make touch i

Units party. ( and go landings. In the LTA

NATTCenter has 1,260 children field this is considered a difficult 19 Here Will

registered, and has planned par operation.
ties on a divisional basis at the *

request of personnel. Lcdr. Mil- Requests In By Dec. 5 STARTING at 1430 there will

ton G. Kuolt, senior NATTCenter be a demonstration by helicopters. Be Advanced

chaplain, announces that the Various types of operational pro

parties will also be at 1300 on Reveal Holiday Leave Policy cedures will be illustrated to show I

Dec. 20 at the. specified. places: the importance of the helicoptersin To Chief PO
Naval ,
present day aviation

CIIILDREN of the ANP( ) For TTCenter PersonnelHoliday

School personnel will have their First Women Marines As a result of the January

party at the gymnasium; Ad- 1932 exams, nineteen men
ministration group at the auditorium leave periods for the Naval Air Technical Training Cen Due Here In January aboard the station will get a

; AOA) and AOB) ter will begin Dec. 20 and continue through Jan 4, 1953, it has been They're on the way!! The new issue of uniforms and

Schools_ .at_. Hangar_ 622; _AEA.. ) announced. Ship's Company support personnel may be granted leaveup Women Marines have almost will trade in their white hats
and AEB) Schools at Building u to 50 per cent at one time. landed! for a hacky hat on Dec. 16, it

523; AKA) Schools at Building Early departures prior to Dec. mas period must be submitted to January 2 is the date set was revealed last week.

610; and Aircraft Maintenance, 20, and extensions beyond Jan. :5>, the Military Personnel office not for the initial invasion of the Throughout the entire Navy,

Training Facilities and Main 1953, will be in accordance with Naval Air Station by female 1,789 TOl's were advanced on the
later than 0800, Dec. 5. New
tenance Training Aid Shops at the regularly prescribed leave Year's leave requests must be in Marines, when a sergeant anda final list for 1952. 1,069 men who

the Technical Library. schedules which allow 10 per cent not later than 0800, Dec. 12. private first class will arrive passed the exam but were not
Lcdr. John N. Montgomery, of Ship's Company personnel to be here for Airman Prep advanced will have to recompetein

fleet chaplain, has made reser- on leave. .. Student Leave Outlined aratory School at NATTCenter. the coming exams next Feb

vations for 1,344 kiddies of fleet Policy Explained Student personnel leaves have ruary.

personnel. These parties, also at been designated as follows: The largest single bloc of new
Leave taken the
during holiday
As far as is known, they
1300 on Dec. 20, will be in the ANP( ) and class "A" Schools chiefs aboard the station ia at
period> will chargeable in the will be the first women Ma. '
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) t annual leave. will have no limits placed on the NATTCenter where 12 men got
same manner as rines who have ever been
number of students on leave at the "hat".
Advance leave may be granted stationed here, or have attended
anyone time, except that all S S
Change Blood during this period, providing itis school here.
not in excess of the amount (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5) Of the entire 19 men in the

Donor ScheduleFor earned during the fiscal year ending Navy advanced to Chief Aviation

June 30, 1953, Or that earned Electrician's Mate, seven are sta.ioned .

HolidaysCollection before Naval release. here. Victor Jackowich,
a William Chadwick, James W. Kra-
The Christmas leave section forShip's
of blood at the backer, Pedro G. Flores, HermanE.
Company at NATTCenterwill
Naval Air Station Infirmarywill Roy, and Phillip )I. Keck all
consist of duty sections two
discontinue at the close of of NATTCenter and Paul C. Stain-
'and four. This will depart
operations on Tuesday, Dec. 23, group nos of FaeTuLant Two comprisethe
the Center after working hours,
and resume on the morning of new AECATs.( )
Dec. 19, and return not later than
Monday, Dec. 29. Three NATTCenter men were
0900, Dec. 28.
The blood bank will also t advanced to Chief Aviation Ord-
Mutt Submit Requests
cease operations on Tuesday, nanceman. They are Hugh Mas
New Year's leave section for
Dec. 30 until the morning sey, William H. Andreau and Do
Ship's Company personnel will
Monday, Jan. :5. nald McFadden.
consist of duty sections one and S
The regular schedule will be
carried out on December 29 and three. This unit will depart the Also at the Center, Nathanial
Center at 0900, Dec. 28, and return i
30, and resumed on January S. G. Craig Jr. was promoted to(
not later than 0715: Jan. :5, Chief
This is in accordance with Aviation Electronlcsman

. the plan proposed by the Arm- 1953. and Roy W. Cook to Chief DIsbursing -
ed Forces Services Medical A minimum of 25 percent of Clerk.

Procurement Agency, Blood personnel assigned are requiredto All men advanced at the Center *

and Blood Derivatives remain aboard at all times. GETS COl\Il\IISSION-lIubert were ship's )
Group, M. Coding (left), chief dental 'company person
since the blood plasma proces- Duty sections not in leave statusw technician attached to the Infirmary, is sworn in as an Ensign

sing plants are reducing their 11 stand port and starboard duty in the Medical Service Corps, by Capt. Burnham C. McCaffreecommanding neLAt NAS, Robert C. Cooper advanced i
as directed. : officer. Goding enlisted in the Navy nearly 14
staffs over the holiday period. years ago. Before coming to NAS Jax, he was! graduated from to Chief Air Controlman
Leave requests for the Christ. the Naval School of Hospital Administration, Bethesda Md. (Please Turn to Page Col. 5))* '


Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 4 December 1952

Open--House- I Nature And Importance Of Morality' j

XBffiL18 (Continued from Page 1) You Cannot Keep Morally Upright

manded by Lcdr. Roy M. (Butch])

Voris of Santa Cruz Calif., one Without Following Christian IdealsEditor's
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air of the original members of the
Station. Jacksonville, Fla.
NAS. Jacksonville Blue Angels. Qthers in the group ( Note: This essay, by William T. Mclnarnay, AN

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree._____Commanding Officer Lt. jg) Wallace (Buddy) Rich has been adjudged the second best entry in the Morals Essay Contest

Comdr. James H. Armstrong_Executive Officer of Santa Cruz, Calif.; Lt. P.3. held aboard the Naval Air Station). ...
Fleet Air Jacksonville "Pat" Murphy of .Brookfield, HI.: BY WILLIAM T. McINARNAY AN .
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander I Lcdr. A. R. Hawkins of Lufkin who seriously intent adhering to the .
To those are upon
Capt. Howard V.
Hopkins Chief of Staff Texas, and Lt. R. T. Jones.
behooves to discover something of the
Fleet Air Wing Eleven moral law, it us nature
Cept Arthur S. Born_Commander and importance of morality. The Christian idea of more
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton_Chief Staff Officer SINCE their reorganization the 'ality is that its whole purpose is to conform our will to the

Naval Air Technical Training Center Angels have performed at many will of God. This is reasonable when we realize that we are

Capt. Edwin R. Peck. _Commanding Officer important functions. creatures and that we do not contain within ourselves the
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_Executive Officer Admission to the station will be height of fulfillment and satisfaction to which we aspire.
Naval Hospital through the Main Gate only. Park-
Capt Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer Since we are creatures we therefore owe infinite grati-
ing, regulated by the station
Capt. T. F. Weinert_Executive Officer will be in the police tude to Him who created us, and the way which He has
NARTU the vicinity of shown, to pay this debt is to live in harmony with God's will
Capt. Easton B. Noble-Commanding Officer display area. Ample parking in our regard. To insure that order will be maintained God

Comdr. Anthony/Trusso-Executive Officer for all will be available. has issued this desire on His, part, i.e., to live in harmonywith

Refreshments will also be avail- His will, in the form of a mandate and has attached to
The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. able during the entire show at
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed o m INlncIItJ non-f atJs.tR: nds it supreme importance in relation to each of us.
and NAVEXOS the NARTU hangar.
at no expense to the government In *
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charge; at the Naval Air Station the t
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. When act therefore with the full use of
Naval Hospital. Marine: "You have lived in this we our powersof
Editor-Andrew H. Planey out-of-the-way place for thirty knowing and willing we are culpable human beings. Our

Staff Members: Ed Nellist, JO3; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Wil- yearsI can't see a thing around Creator has implanted the instincts of the Natural Law within
liams, SA; Helen Harper. here that would keep you busy all our being; He has endowed us with a good sense of judge
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. that time." ment as to a certain line of action's inherent goodness or evil .
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without
and the responsibility for employing this ability to perceive
the written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service publication of other Native: "Neither can L That's
matter except by service publications Is prohibited without permission of rests upon us.
Editor SAX AIR NEWS. why I live here." It is rather easy to become attracted to the modern fallacy
Editorial offices located Building: 930 (topside). Phone extension
M1A4 and 21ft.Report I of moralism which teaches that morality is something
-- apart from religion. It presents the befuddled impressionthat

From Washington our conduct owes its allegiance to no higher an authority
than the mores of our community.

Moralism, placing a barrier between God and human acts,

To Close Five Army Camps; is akin to the philosophy of Deism, which says that God set

the world in motion, like a child spins a top, and then conferred
upon this cosmos its absolute independence. Nature

becomes the Absolute; we write it with a capital 'N', and the
Will Save $18,400,000 w i.Ezr Creator fades into the dim background from whence lIe can

easily be acknowledged or denied with disdain.
(ly Armed Forces Frtu 5rmt) *
Marine Corps. This was the total
Five Army camps will be closed number of such billets that couldbe Morality cannot be separated from the life of virtue, a
In the near future and their per- life of
made during the calendar year recognizing moral values and surrendering to them.
sonnel moved to other installa- due to vacancies.The Von Hildebrand says in Fundamental Moral Attitudes:
tions. The camps to be closed are: .

Ft. Lawton, Wash.; Camp McCoy, I Nothing is, in fact, more important for moral

Wis.; Camp Drum N. Y.; Camp Navy win promote 1,789 growth, for the very moral life of a person, than consideration

Edwards, Mass..; and Camp Cooke, POl's to chief petty officer effec- for the objective hierarchy of values, and the

Calif. The move will save the I tive Dec. 16, 1952. The advance- capacity to give preference to that which is objectively -
Army $8,320,000 the first year and ments will be made from 2,858 higher. *

will result In yearly candidates now on the waiting
ultimately list. Personnel not advanced be- TERMITES DIDN'T DO IT- We might see, v.g., a certain value in some form of de-
savings $18,400,000. Inspecting damage done to a bauchery like
drinking indecent of
or places
fore February will be required to telephone booth in Building
Three of the five camps-Mc-
take the examination again Feb. 435 is James Steed, base man- amusement, because these will, we assume, make the time
Coy Edwards and Cooke-were 3, 1953. ager for Southern Bell Tele- go faster and help us forget our being away from home
reactivated in 1950 to provide fa- 0 phone Co. Personnel are askedto However, to recognize the low standing that such a course
cilities for the "then urgent ex- be more careful in use of of action would hold in true
In an effort to economize In these stations. a set of values, and to respond,
pansion program," the Army said. spare parts procurement, the pay not to the first impulse but to a higher ideal, say for exam
These camps are no longer neces- ple to develop active interest
Air Force has organized a special an in bowling or golf, would
has sary since. "leveling off process I Spare Parts Study Group, PersonnelAsked be a sign of moral fortitude and virtuous growth.
begun.Ft *
under the personal direction of
Lawton will continue to Under Secretary of the Air To Be Careful I Just how important is the observance of a religiously inspired

serve as a staging area for the Force Roswell I.. Gilpatric. The moral code? Since we are accountable to the Supreme

movement of dependents to and objective of the study group Is With PhonesWith Judge for our conscious acts, it follows that respect for the
from the Far East and Alaska. Pay
moral code
bears eternal
to reduce to the greatest ex- an significance. When that split-
Camps McCoy, Drum, and Ed- tent practicable spares procure- 100 pay stations aboard second which separates us from eternity and the Judgment

wards will continue to be utilized ment which accounts for many the station Southern Bell tele- Seat of God has elapsed, then our obedience to the Natural
for the summer training of reserves LAW, guided as it is by the Revealed Law will in
hundreds of millions of dollars of phone Co. has revealed that ma- appear
and National Guard units. : annual Air Force expenditures. jor damage has occurred to boothsIn truth as it does now in faith, with the character of preeminent -
Caretaking detachments will be two instances. importance.

retained at each installation, In But James Steed, telephone However, we need not wait till we have crossed the

Addition. to certain limited ac- WhitermoreHonor company manager, was quick to >ridge"between two eternities to discover some idea of how

tivities.A emphasize that except for these important morality really is, for it has a transcendent quality

ManJames few Instances, personnel have which encroaches upon our present existence and forces a
\ commendation has been received been exercising care for the most thinking generation to take more and more consideration of
by the Office of Armed W. Whitermore, AA, part in using booths. its all-importance. A distinct parallel exists between the

Forces Information and Educa- walked off with top honors of the Western Civilization of today and the civilization of the Roman

tion, Department of Defense, from graduating Airman Preparatory Most costly of two major cases I Empire. Then as now there was material prosperity .
the Air Reserve Association of was the tearing off of the door and moral decay within, and barbarism without. What happened -
School last week when he com-
the U.S. The
commendation saidit of the booth in Barracks 435.: The > then is ancient history what will happen now re-
"recognizes the high necessity piled a 91.48 average for the booth is a complete loss and will mains to be seen. One thing is certain, however, and that is,
cf having all military personnel eight week course. be removed and replaced. Total whatever happens, whether the Western World revivifies its

well-informed, as well as the need Out of a class of 317 men, in- cost for Installation is in excessof religion and morality and thereby sustains its culture, or

for providing educational oppor- cluding Marines and Navy stu- $300.00. Since it takes a booth whether it falls for lack of support, we who are living at

tunities to all young men and women dents, Whitermore finished first. the better part of a year to pay the time :will play a very real part in the direction history

whose services may be required 'W II e entered I for itself, the Company will be. goes.

in the present and contin- the Naval Re- faced with cost twice within a six *

tion.uing"period of defense prepara- .j: serve in February months period.. Unhappiness is a very prevalent by-product of the modern

: 1950 and way of life, permeated as it is with the idea of the im
: was recalled to Another booth in Barracks II portance of self. The problem of unhappiness and emotional
The research and firing of V-2 baa been damaged on several oc- discontent is serious
active duty in a one. A very high percentage of pres
guided missiles has been completed casions. Matter was jammed into ent-day hospital beds
June, 1950. Af- are occupied by the mentally ill. If
the Department of the Army ter completingboot the coin slot and into the key- religion and morality were affixed in their proper place in

announces. The V-2 was inventedby camp at box slot forcing the phone to be man and in society, they would offer the nearest thing to a

the Germans during WWII and WbJtermoreBainbridge.. he removed and replaced with new panacea for the emotional "come-what-mays" that seem to
has been used successfully by the equipment bubble from
up our sub-conscious like of ail
a tiny pocket :
Armed Forces for scientific research was sent to Jax for Prep School Phone booths have been set up makes its way to the surface of water, and there bursts.
in the upper atmosphere. Two years before entering the here at strategic locations, strictlyfor
service he majored in economicsat the convenience of personnel Religion gives mankind a unity of purpose, namely, the .
development of the
one in the many or the development of
Westminster in New
Selection of 28 enlisted, war- College and all were placed on trial basis.
, ChnsMike qualities in our soul. We know St. Paul felt the
rant and temporary commissioned Wilmington, Pa. He makes Manager James Steed has ex-
New York his home. fundamental importance of this type of growth when he
applicants for Jamestown
permanent appoint pressed hope that damage does not elicited the victorious
. acclamation: "I live I but
no ,
ment in the regular componentas He has chosen to go to the continue to the extent that it Christ lives in me."

limited duty second lieutenants Aviation Storekeepers School here may be necessary to remove all Von Hildebrand Dietrich
Moral Attitude
has been announced by the at the Center. 100 pay stations. Longmans Green 1950 ,
: p.29. iJ11


4 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

t Only Few Will Get Tags ., ;;

t Windshield Decals Taking Place f :

Of Traditional Metal Auto Tags '
Effective Dec. 8, only two movies i :i

a,night will be shown at the For the first time since the .'1
and re-
.... Mainside Movie, Building 612, Instead station was established, metal per year greatly '
duce the amount of routine work j
, of the present three. r station tags will be missing
needed by the Pass and
2 > from most of the autos aboard
New times ere 1800 and 203C office In controlling insurance
: the station after the first of
and 1400
on week-days 1800 and registrations.Metal .
the year.
2030 on Saturdays, Sundays and Replacing metal tags on most tags will be issued onlyto

Holidays. vehicles will be small paper stick- approximately 100 top-ranking.
MAINSIDE a decals in officers aboard the station:
ers, to be placed the .
Thurm, Dec. 4 lower left corner of the wind- r
Stars & Stripes w shield. ? Five different basic stickers will

Forever __ Clifton Webb r Use at window stickers will rep- be used, with several doing double .

Fri., Doc. 5 ( resent a saving of about $6,000 and triple duty. Salmon base with

_....___ black will be the sticker
nn mnn. a I printing
The lUng __ ______ Rita Moreno
NEW AUTO STICKERS for civilian personnel. Officers get
Sat, Dec. 6
Windshield decals will replace stickers with an aqua base and
Road To Bali __ __ Bing CrosbySun.
metal auto tags at NAS, exceptin x NAVAL AIR STATION rust printing and enlisted person-
., D c. 7 a few instances. Above Lt. ,, nel's will be yellow base with

Million Dollar Frank Molinaro, assistant Security blue printing. Chief Petty officers

Mermaid Esther Williams Officer (right) presents will have CPO stamped on

Mon., Dec. 8 Comdr. William F. Lyons, Industrial their decals in one-inch high let-

April In Paris _......._ Doris Day Medical officer with ters.

' A. Tues., Deo. 9 his metal tag. lie is one of Civilian employees active at N-
Battle Zone_ John Hodiak
100 top ranking officers
some ARTU will have their sticker
Wed., Dec. 10 aboard who will be issued R
X stamped with. a large W which
Torpedo Alley....... Mark Stevens tags. At the right is the new r denotes "Weekend Warriors".

NATTCenterThurs. auto sticker, to be Issued to .

., Dec 4 all ether military and civilian TAN I FKH1MAR I APR I MAY UUNE Civilian employees who hold an

Ruby Gentry ...._... Jennifer Jones' auto owners. It is just one of SEP < OCT I NOV I DEC ': emergency card will have stickers

FrL, Dec. 5 five different decals to be is stamped with a large letter X

Stars & Stripes sued. and will be entitled to access at

Forever ..._..-__ Clifton Webb: all hours. )
Southern Bell Choral No Time Like The Present
Sat, Dec. 6
Similar to military and civilian
The Ring __ Rita Moreno Group To Give ConcertThe
'"'' '''
regular employees decal is the
SUIL, Dec '7 Southern Bell Choral Make Your Holiday Transportation sticker for commercial vehicles

Road To Bali _
Bing Crosby
Group, under the direction of: that make regular runs on the

Million Dollar Mon., Dec. 8 Mr. Marshall Pierson, will pre- Reservations As Early As Possible station. Vehicles which will receive -

Mermaid ...__ Esther Williams sent a program of Christmas this type pass are laundry
According to the District trucks bread trucks milk
Tues., Doc. 9 music Wednesday, Dec. 10 at i been contracted for, it will be ,

.._..._..... Transportation Office, travel and others making regular pick-
April In Paris Doris Day 2000, at the Mainside Lounge. best to obtain them within the
I ups and deliveries. The decal is
by air over the Christmas holiday
Wed., Dec. 10
invited.Dress next few days.
All personnel ere blue with black and
Battle Zone .....___... John Hodlak period is going to be printing a
I blues will be the uniform. i Representatives Here jagged border.
i' For the benefit of NATTCenter
Thura., Dec. 4 is the request of the parties
Two other
of stickers
types are
Thunderbirds ........ Mona Freeman personnel, representatives of the
concerned that all who
persons Temporary and "O" Club. Tem
Fri., Dec. 5 BLOOD BANK local railroads, bus lines and air
make air reservations either keep porary U white, similar to the
Ruby Gentry ....._... Jennifer Jones lines will be available in Wing i
BOX SCORENo. them or cancel them sufficiently one in present use except thatit
Sat. Dec. 6
15 of 551 Dec. 16
Building on is now applied directly to the
Stars &: Stripes Per- in advance that all vacancies maybe
Quote 17, and 18.Persons windshield and is smaller. The'O"
Forever .........__.. Clifton Webb Sch. Met cent adequately filled,
Club sticker is like the com
who have already made
Sun. Dec.> 7 -
Fix. Mil. Disk2 5 250.0Pub. Essential mercial sticker that it Is
The Ring .................... Rita Moreno Works 10 24 240.0 Speed reservations for air travel will except
All other modes of travel, although a lighter blue with a greenishhue
Mon., Dec. 8 FAW-11 _.._ 10 18 180.0 be!! able to pick up their ticketsin and has "O" Club at
t Road To Ball ............ Bing Crosby Servo 2 3 150.0 operating at peak loads, printed
Spec. the District TransportationOffice
the top in place of Naval Air Sta-
Tnes., Dec. 9 NATTCenter .193 245 126.8 will be capable of handling all Building 500 tomorrow.

:Minion Dollar Comm. _._..__ 3 3 100.0 travelers provided ample notice is tion.When issued
Mermaid .......... Esther Williams 2 2 100.0 It is suggested that frequent personnel are a
Medical in seeking reservations. sticker it is valid until the first
given checks of the Plan of the Day
Wed., Dec. 10
Dental ____ 1 1 100.0 .
April In Paris ................... Doris Day IRD ... .....r.1. 1 100.0 If reservations have not already be made for further Information. of the date month of following public liability the expiration and

Oper. .......__-.10 9 80.0 property damage Insurance. All

Res. Fleet 70 55: 78.5 stickers and metal tags must be
( )\
DIVINE) Admin. .._....._ 3 2 66.6 returned to the Pass and Identification

ComFairJax 94 49 52.1 office upon transfer to

) Cecil Field ___ 12 6 50.0 a new duty station, expiration of

Supply _...__._ 2T 11 40.7 Insurance, or when the vehicle is

Protestant Grn. Cove Spgs. 30 1 23.3o old. Loss of the tag or failure to

0800--General Communion Serv- & R _..__ 95 11>> 20.0 return it will result in a chargeof

ice, Small ChapeL HospitalMarines 11 2 18.1 one dollar for a new sticker.

0830-All Saints ChapeL 10 0 0.0 .

0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL NARTU 7 0 0.0 The general requirements for

0930Sunday School. Engineers 5 0 0.0 issuance of a sticker are: (1) a

1045-All Saints ChapeL AIM _..........._ .2 0 0.0 valid state driver's license (in the

Catholic case of service personnel any state

0800-0900-1000-Mass, St. Ed license is acceptable); (2)) Definite
280 Years Old
169th Is
ward's Chapel. proof of ownership of the vehicle,

0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL The 169th Infantry Regiment, a state registration certificate is
the best proof. Or in case the
MormonU30TUesdayNATTC oldest
of fighting
one rr a AFP
... -4 applicant is not the owner of the
Chap tracing its origin
lain's office. organizations, LEG LOVELY-The main purpose of this photograph Is to vehicle as shown on the registration -
Christian Science. back to 1672, celebrated its 280th display a set of well-shaped legs belonging to Marl Blanchard, certificate, he must have a
in Fuerth an ex-swim suit model turned actress. The legs, as well as the
anniversary recently notarized statement from the
1900-Tuesday-NATTC Chap- rest of Miss Blanchard, can be seen in U-I's "Willie and Joe owner -
lain's office. Germany. Back at the Front." authorizing him use of the car.

((3) Must have valid proof of

I Court Ruling May Affect Servicemen's Tax PuzzleA Housing: for Ga. CampTwo minimum coverage of Public Liability -

federal housing projects and property damage insur-

recent ruling by the U. S. S. Supreme Court is a case challenging -I cago. lie acquired quarters in a consisting of 315 units with a total ance of $5,000/10,000 and $5,000.
ThIs must be in the form of
District Court in Illinois will have previous understandings of suburban Chicago area. lie paid value of approximately $2,000,000, if
it is
the tax status of service personneL all fees required by Pennsylvaniaon policy a first application
have been earmarked for
great effect on the tax problems Camp for a station tag. If it is a renewal -
The Court will decide the car kept Pennsylvaniaplates
jot many servicemen.The legality of the Colorado Supreme on it. Stewart, Ga. Occupancy Is expected the receipt must give the

decision denied the author ruling that an Air Force officer The local government held that by the end of March, 1953.: description of the car, the amountof

ity of communities to impose local had to pay Colorado personal property he must also have a town sticker Insurance In digits and actual

.. taxes on service people maintaining taxes for the period he was on his auto but the U. S. District The young married couple were expiration date of the insurance

.. a legal home in some other stationed in Colorado because he Court held that he didn't. The late and they stood on the platform along with the policy number.At .

tate. had not paid them in his state of ruling was made because of the glaring at each other. present the Pass and Identification -

Certain tax protection featuresof residence. same section (514) of the S &: S "If you weren't so slow getting office la issuing the new

the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Legal TechnicalitiesThe Civil Relief Act which the Colo- dressed, we wouldn't have missed stickers only to those personnel

Relief Act were upheld by the rado Court claimed dla'not protect that train," said the husband. whose Insurance is expiring. Ex.enslve .

Illinois case concerned an a man from paying property "Yes, and if you hadn't rushedme distribution of the stickers

decision.Other Oaaea Pending Army Captain, a legal resident of I tax if he didn't pay it in his so," said the wife, "we would- ia expected to take place within

Presently pending before the U. Pennsylvania, transferred to Chi- home state. n't have to wait for the next\one." the next month.


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Jf3J T FUEL IRD-- Service' To Employees : )

Each month more than a
I t2 with other Federal agencies, while
$ thousand people make inquiryas
still more are absorbed on the
to how they can become
station as a result of vacancies
members of the civilian
huge '" ..AI
caused attrition the
family at NAS Jacksonville.Thus i by during t

begin the responsibilities reduction period.. .

of the Industrial Relations -
AS AN EXAMPLE, during a .
Department. Iad3"
recent reduction it -
was necessary I
b, Even before that, the Employ I to eliminate 35: positions from the _
Y ment Division, supervised'by Leon- .
payroll. However, before this re-
ard B. Eubanks, is recruiting es- 2 *
I duction period ended, 34 of those
sential and
conducting affected had been absorbed due to _
examinations for varied .
attrition and placement. This is
Crafts and skills found at Naval
not always possible, but is the ,
Air Station.
aim of the Industrial Relations .
b.. I Once an employee joins the program.

SAFETY CHECK-Industrial Relations crosses the line and Naval civilian family, IRD, under Guidance of morale and welfare r
cooperates with military' officials'in Instigating and enforcing the direction of Lcdr. Charles I.. of employees is under the super- E

I safety rules and regulations among naval activities here. Robert Garrettson, Industrial Relations vision of Michael Cascone and the PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEEGETS
Taylor (right), assisted by Ensign Bill Holland and Walter Faulk, officer, and his assistant John W. Employee Relations Division. TilE WORD-Applicants

AOAN, checks a truck for explosive or toxic vapors it Carson, a 43-year veteran of na- Many aggressive employees have desiring employment here find

goes to repair. : val service, acts as a guiding hand, benefited from the awards and Olga Baggeit, appointment
;., ,, until the date of separation.With clerk, helpful when they file .
Incentives program administeredby application. An IRD facility, :
its many divisions opera- this unit. Various employee the Employment Office is lo-
ting for the welfare of the indi- benefit programs, including hospitalization cated in Building 13, at the (
vidual IRD is In fact service Main Gate.overlooked .
a medical-sugical and A

organization for all employees, as polio insurance care are handled in connection with the :
well as station management. here.
health and safety of the employees. %
To assure maximum employee ?.
IN ADDITION to obtaining participation of convenient ser I

r rvhr a qualified personnel, IRD's Em- vices, such as banking facilities, ASSISTED BY two safety inspectors I i '.
ployment Division handles placements the i.,.
Payroll 'Savings Bond Plan, Taylor conducts a continuous I*
promotions, demotions, cafeteria and refreshment mach- program of inspections :

transfers and administers the ap- ines, the Employee Relations Sup- and safety classes in an effort t.r t
peals program. Typical of thisDivision's erintendent works with ':;
*- closely op- to keep injuries and lost man IJ
workload was the pro- erating officials to maintain
a hours to a minimum. An average f ,
cessing last year of 14,652 job inquiries high peak of efficiency. of 300 employees attend such ;'"";:'
and about 90 separationsper
classes monthly, to become fami- \ .: ,
month which exit
TilE DIVISION also hears, and liar with safety procedures and< )jt'"
interviews, completion of records
and other pertinent data. follows through, on general prob- : equipment for their jobs. \ ;. .....
lems presented by officials of the Motor
When it is necessary to reduce vehicle safety, on the |; '
CREDIT UNION IN OPERATION- The Jax Navy Federal the civilian force, every effort is Employees Association, the joint station and adjacent property, is I '

Credit Union, now operating independently, was chartered and made by this unit to place as Shop Committees, and organized another of this division's respon- ; .

I organized through cooperative efforts of Employee Relations div- many employees as possible in employee groups.It sibilities. Traffic surveys are :i .I

ision of IRD. John Weaver (left), treasurer, sells a share of stockto other Jobs for which they are may not look like a little red made periodically in an effort to (.

Samuel Sanders, O & R employee, and another deposit is qualified. Contact Is maintained schoolhouse, but Building 167 is reduce traffic accidents. i

made to the financially solid organization. a full-fledged vocational training The Manpower Evaluation Divl- "

school. The Training Division, directed sion, headed by Cecil W. Acree, j

by Wilbur R. Gough, Chief carries out the Bureau of Aeronautics i

Training supervisor, carries out Work Measurement Pro- a

the Navy's employee development, gram. This is essential to station J .

apprentice training and supervi- planning for personnel assignS t' ,"'

sory development programs.In ment, as well as budget require. ",- .
'J: addition to apprentice train- ments for station operation. This 'i l-:. ,

x 'ir Ing, approximately 1,000 hours per unit also performs the administrative ,

month are expended in teaching functions for the entire IRD };

supervisory techniques. Here, too, department, including ell the various ; J.
new employees are Indoctrinatedwith office services. '

rules and regulations affect- IRD's scope does not end at .I

Ing their employment, as well as Naval Air Station, Jacksonville j ":

benefits and opportunities they It covers all activities of ComNab ;' ,

can expect. 6 from Weeksville, N.C. to Key' .

reD may be considered "slogan- West, Fla., the fifth region of the

conscious", but it's all a part of U. S. Civil Service Commission ; .:

; the plan to inform employees of and is direct liaison with the office ':'
j their various programs. SABWO- of Industrial Relations, Navy; > .".

{ ? t3. 0 DI a most successful campaignfor Department, Washington, D. C. ,. ,
the Beneficial Suggestion Program
'4 was an IRD "brain child". 1 .
1 Here, too, are conceived the many I "

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Safety does not end with signs
APPRENTICES TRAINED-About 7,000 hours per month are spent training 200 apprentices In
and however
many skilled trades and crafts aboard the station. Typical of equipment tfsed in classroom study, slogans, as RobertF.
I given in addition to actual shop training, is the new electronics training set. Omer Ryan (left), Taylor, supervisor of the Safety
instructor, checks one of the panels, while apprentice Robert Forlaw (seated) gets help from James Division, points out. Nothing is

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..';_ _",....._"N"',&.__" be EXAMINE BENEFICIAL SUGGESTION suggestion may
worth money" Is no fallacy at NAS Jar. Last year alone the
SUPERVISORS' SESSION-once each week, Lcdr. Charles Garrettson, Industrial Relations Beneficial Suggestion Program awarded $6,686 to employees here
officer (center), calls IRD department heads together for a discussion of activities and problems. who submitted time and money saving Ideas. Seth Reece, of O ft R ,\
(Left to right) Henry Masterson; Genevieve Knight, secretary; John W. Carson; Florine Gannaway, Shop 7123 (left), explains his design of an F II fuel transfer unit ;
Lcdr. Garrettson, Wilbur Cough, Cecil Acree, Michael Cascone, Robert Taylor and Leonard Eubanks. to Ray Datres, IRD Beneficial Suggestion Investigator.'age .{ ..



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4 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five ti

Emphasis On Electronics

Air Wing 11 1 Holds Classes i


HERE AND THERE To Alleviate AT Shortage !

Jones had been giving a certain f 'S4h

blonde the once over at a party. "There is no phase of modern warfare in which electronic equipment *

.Finally, he moved over to her does not play a vital role. Without certain electronic equipment, \

"Pardon me," he said, "I'm with fighting ships do not sail, aircraft do not fly and tanks do not '.

the United States Navy., Whom roll in battle. They would not be permitted to do so. The odds

. are you with?" against them would be too great." )*

S s That statement by the Joint
current chortage of critical AT
Edith: I wonder what those Jax Chiefs of Staff reflects the Im- rates among the five Wing squadrons 'I

Sailors talk about when they aroff portance placed upon electronics
; and to provide training in
' equipment by those responsible for
electronics for those who, for vari-
i Mildred: Probably the same 4,4A: iyh i our national security.To .
1\.' electronics of ous reasons, would be unable to
the personnel
r ,w things that we do. attend the Navy class "A" AT
;Edith: Oh, aren't they awful! Fleet Air Wing II units, this School at NATTC Com-

.... ." "'VM. ,.. ........, .,,......'.'". .,...."._.......'" ......>V',.. places squarely on their sholdersa Memphis
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven
big responsibility insuringthat
r A priest walked up to a young AT SCHOOL IN PROGRESS-Raymond L. Crocker, AT, has established a Wing AT school.
man who was obviously Inebri- (center) instructor-in-charge at Fleet Air Wing ll's newly initiated aircraft do fly with elec-
AT School, instructs trainees Edward Godfrey. AN; Clarence tronic equipment in top shape. The first class of 20 students

ated. lie asked: "What have you Amos .AN; Francis Ware SN and Powell Davis, AN (left to This is a tremendous task. four men from each squadron in

been drinking?" right) on proper procedures in installing a filter choke in a r the Jax area, convened October 6

"Three fathers, feather. ," was power supply set. The Wing school was organized to assist boosting under the overall supervision of
TO ASSIST in alleviating the
the reply. Aviation Electronics Technician rates among Wing squadrons.
Lcdr. Lawrence R. Heron, Wing
Electronics Officer. Instructor-in

U It's just as hard to find a needlein Fasron 109, VF-171, Fasron Six VF-14 Report -charge is Raymond Crocker AT2,

a girl's hands today as in a of VP-861 assisted by Louis D.

haystack. Bowden, AT3 of VP-5: and Jon
Jacksonville Area
Scouting Knickrehm, AT3 of VP-741.

Sailor: "Gosh, you have a lovely *

ficure." --- -----
Fasron 109 DURING approximately four
Susie: "Oh, let's not go all over Lcdr. Anderson Hammer, forward of Fasron 6, Lt. Herbert H. Rupp and wife months of intensive instruction .
Roy formerly
that again." met with a similar mishap in the are proud to announce the arrivalof
executive officer for Fasron students are thoroughly schooledin
I' 109 first period. Alan J. Rupp, who was born
has been transferred to mathematics essential to elec-
Monterrey Nov. 18 at the Naval Hospital.
Calif. The wishes him tronics, basic electricity, basic and
squadron Lester Reed paced the Banshees Alan weighed in at 6 Ibs., 11 ozs.
Membership In well on his new venture and good advanced electronics and the fun-
scoring attack with six field goals *
for other cruises. damentals of radar.
sailing and six free throws good for 18. VF14Headed
Half-Gallon Club Leaving the fold for NAS Co- To properly initiate such a
Bill Bailey and Bradley Kidd each
for duty aboard the car-
lumbus Ohio was Dan Kempa, school, a multitude of facilitieswere
Now Totals 112 AM3. contributed 14 while Mutt Pas-I rier USS Midway is VF-14's Air required. When need for the

co connected for 11. "I Officer Lt. Robert
Intelligence ,
members of the clan school arose, the local Naval Air
Seven more blood donors Seven new
The welcome mat is dusted off Hague, Lt. Hague reported aboard I
have been added to the Jax reported aboard. The are: Lee Reserve Training Unit offered assistance i
as Carl R. Hass 'DK3, and AlbertF.
in April of this year and has col- .
Half-Gallon Club, bringing the Davis, ABC; Wilford Eugene Brown Jr.
AMAN reportedfor lateral duty as public information r r
total membership to 112. Cochran, ADC; Bob Bohnstengel, duty Hass previously servedon officer.
and civilian ATI; Will Brown, DT2; Ferdi- TilE WING will continue school
Military person- the USS New Jersey (BB-62)) Ensigns Jerry Benton and Ro-

nel (and dependents) who have nande Della Motta, MN3, Cary while Brown was attached to Fas- bert Falkenberg recently reported operations until the present rate }

given at least four pints of Byrne, MN2, and Ensign WilliamJ ron 821, NAAS Sanford, Fla. aboard for duty from the train- shortages are met. As students I
graduate qualified to take fleet-
blood to the station's Armed Bowen. Frank M. Gilliard, ADC, recently ing compound. Ensign Benton will
S r r wide exams, they will return to
Forces Blood Center are eligi- returned to Engine Build Up assume the duty of public Infor- their
VF-171 respective squadrons to con-
ble for membership.The department after being TAD to mation officer. I

new members include: The "Screaming Demons" of Shore Patrol for the past five tinGe instructions in squadron on-

VF-171 the Navy's original jet the-job training. .
Leroy Campbell, Public months. ;
954 Medical Men Due
Equipped with every modern de-
had the
fighter squadron oppor-
Works. Ronald B. Rosen checked in off

Gordon I{. Totten, NATT- tunity recently of pitting skill in leave after spending seven days For January Induction vice available, these fledgling

Center. the air above the Arctic Circle with his family in Columbus, Ohio. Washington (AFPS) The De- technicians take their place along-

Kelly 1C Kirchner, AM; against some of the jet fightersof partment of Defense has requestedthe side old hands in insuring a high
state of operational readiness in
other North Atlantic Treaty
Communications. Selective Service System to
To Hire More Fleet Air Wing Eleven squadrons.
Charles B. Pitney, VC62. Organizations in Operation Main- Navy induct :544> physicians, 383 dentists, .
I t
Edwin H. Conover Public brace. Civilian WorkersThe and 18 veterinarians during the

Works. Lcdr. H. E. "Jack" Hoerner's Navy will hire some 270- month of January 1953.

William A. Watson SN, Banshee's took on British, Da- 000 new civilian employees be- The Armed Forces will assign ,j

Fasron 9. nish and Norwegian Meteors and fore the end of 1953 it was 314 physicians, 338 dentists, and
F-84's while operating off the
disclosed by Under Secretaryof 18 veterinarians to the Army and

USS Franklin D. Roosevelt, which the Navy, Francis P. White- 200 physicians and 45: dentists to '!

participated in the huge maneu- hair in a recent talk at Pen- the Air Force. --NOTES

vers.At I sacola. .. The January request brings to t
the cessation of the
Whitehair stated that 159.- a total of 3,238 physicians, 1,637 The NAS CPO Club Charity 'j

t aboard vers the continued flat-top, with maneu-1 000 workers would be requiredto dentists and 18 veterinarians re- Drive, in its fourth week it gain 't

meet the normal turnoverand quested from the Selective Serv- ing momentum and president Archie -
the :Mediterranean.* rFasron that an additional 111,000new ice System since July 1951. P. Warren, Jr., predicts this I

employees will be neededto 0.0 year's drive will be the biggest
Six The lawyer got his client a sus-
Waves increase in numbers here meet the increasing work yetSeveral I'
Fasron Six held its
schedules. pended sentence they hung units and activities are
At Jax. Among those reporting last ,
Captain's Inspection week.
showing 100%. donations. Reports
722 Pat
aboard at Barracks were "
Accompanying skipper Frederick ..., from other units indicate complete \. I
Bartman, SA; Pauline Macko, SA; I E. Woodward on his inspection of -- .y -- 1 jli

'Mary Gable SA from San Diego; cooperation. _
the squadron were Lcdr. RobertS. S r r i

'-J Lorraine Luther SN from Great Hardwick, XO; Lcdr. John N. Next *
Lakes; Dorothy Shea, SA, and Saturday, Dec. 6, another
Montgomery, Chaplain; Earl B. Shoot is
Turkey scheduled behind
Mable from Bain-
Weeks HA
Mally, ADC Leading Chief and the Royal Palms on Roosevelt

bridge. Arnold J. Hoppenworth, PN1, who
Boulevard. The Shoot will begin 1
S r
acted as Captain's writer. 1000 and continue until sun- tat ,-
Welcomed at NATTCenter were Overall *
appearance was good
down. The
cost per entry is $1.00.
:Monica Camp, Conna Burch, Ju- with only a few minor dis'erep-
Everyone is invited. Funds earned tr
dith McGrew Georgia King Carol encies being noted.
at the Turkey Shoot are placedin J
Cantrell, Dorothy Booth Barbara Good Conduct awards were pre-
the Charity Fund. Personnel \.
Hopkins Martha McNamee Al-
sented immediately following the
find this an enjoyable way of mar.
ma Doherty Joan Hallinan Lor- inspection by Lcdr. Woodward, to Ing their contribution. :"

raine Horn, Barbara :McCann, and Charles A. Southern, Jr., ADI; fit
Arrangements have been
:Mary Wallace all SA's from Bain- Arthur W. Richardson AD3 and pleted for the gala Christmas Pary "-

bridge. James A. ALAN.
on December 22 and 23. Cloth S.
r r Fasron's quintet downed Jax
ing, food and toys for the 200-odd
Betty Kenny and Violet Grund- Navy Junior Varsity last Thursday needy children have been orderedand

man are moving out and making 67-56 at Malnslde. -
party plans are definite. Ex.* t
room for more Waves. As of tomorrow The first two quarters went ensive .
newspaper, radio and television
: both will Join"the civilian along rather smoothly for the
coverage of this year'scharity
world again and leave for their Banshees as they led 43-25.: Dur-
O drive is expected to give
respective hometowns, Maplewood ing the second half, the foe nar- this worthy cause the publicity

New Jersey, and Irvington, New rowed the gap. uuu___________ It BO richly deserves.

Jersey. The loss of Bill Bailey forward HONORED ABOARD FDR-In accordance with tradition, En- I .

Congratulations are in order for for the Fasronites was felt afterhe sign Bill Fowler of VF-171 (Screamln Demons) received not "My boy friend hates the.sigh*;

Dorothy Fitzgerald who became sprained his ankle in the second only the congratulations of his plane captain, L: B. Peterson, I of intoxicating liquor."
AD3, but a huge cake commemorating the 48,000th landing made
a member of the "young married quarter. Bailey contributed aboard the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. The feat was accomplishedwhile 'Then why does he drink )

dub" Nov. 15. 140 point before leaving. Billy the carrier was in the Mediterranean. "To get It out of


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Six JAX AIR NEWS December

RaceIn ". ...>>,.,'.',.. ,. : f: b .T g.w r 1 Q kvs !ID ax.a rAw
Runner-Up ":
VSJ (U !
4 Center Keg

League TightensANP w

1 ( ) Ships Company made a

determined bid for second place .

honors in the NATTCenter intra

mural bowling league last week

by dropping the leader, AE School,
In two games.

With John M. Charvat Although tied for second place
with Personnel, the Student Ships '\
Year in and out rules changes ifis
year sport through sport, Company squad has two postponed

are imposed to speed up a game and make it easier for both matches to make up and a win

player and patron. The 1952-53 basketball season is no ex- in either would send them in

ception. front. AE School, despite the two ,

Official NCAA Basketball Handbook for coaches and of- defeats, remained well in front of
the nine pursuers. : bt.IX
ficials lists the rule changes, 10 by count, but only two that

are noticeable in competition. Both deal with the free throw. Tram STANDINGS W. L. I'ta..

Rule 10, Sec. 7, covers the penalty for a personal foul. Ah School .. 45 6 62 '.
ANY) fcC 31 14 42Personnel Y a
"This penalty has been rewritten to cover the only major ANP( ) School... 29 12 19 19 3Marine 42 t

change in the rules. During the first 37 minutes of a 40- AO SC.. 29 29 19 19 38 38

minute game, the ordinary penalty for a personal foul is a Supply ... 29 22 38 Y
free throw, followed by a second free throw if the first is Un- AK SS-lSt School. 21 21 30 25 29 28 '
successful. A/C Malnt ........ .. 10 41 13
_' I
"During the last three minutes of the fourth period,

and of any overtime periods, the one-one provision is re- Garrison Wins Grid

placed by a two-shot penalty. This means that in this Special By Whisker
SMOKE GET IN YOUR EYES-Or was It a right cross, asks
part of the game any foul that would call for one free Correct answers in the Foot- Don Martin (left), who lost a decision to Sailor Lord Byron Griggs,
throw plus a second throw if the first is missed in the in a 170-pound melee at the recent NATTCenter smoker. The card
rest of the game, will be penalized by two free throws in ball Special last week were like ended in a 4-4 deadlock as the"sailors came from behind to

the last three minutes. If either of these throws is un- whiskers on two guys named I take the last two bouts.

successful, there is to be no substitute free throw." Smith, but when the razor had .

In the parlance of the average fan, the rule change made its final sweep Edwin Gar- While hills Still Minus
states simply that a personal foul, not in the act of shooting, rison emerged the victor. Only
is penalized by the usual one shot. But if the first shot is '
two incorrect selections on a 20-
missed, a second is awarded, after which the ball is in play,
game card. Win Deadlock MarinesNATTCenter
i.e., oneandone.The ;
There were 17 ballots with two
second section of the change deals with a penaltyIn
misses, 32 with three and
the last three minutes of a game. Prior to this year, two an even. : whitehats: took four of the last five matches -
greater total with 80% right.That's
shots were awarded on any foul. The first could be taken in a smoker last week against their hard-hitting: Leather-
better than for the
from the line and the second shot played out of bounds from course. par neck adversaries' to gain an even split in eight bouts.It .

mid-court. was the second draw in six
Navy defeated Army, 7-0, for Eddie Barrett, Brooklyn, N.Y.,
Under the new provision both shots must be taken from smokers and the Sailors are still
the tie breaker. R. H. Jelinek, the Whitehats their first
the line. This eliminates freezing the ball for possession bya without a clear-cut win.
AD3, gave the Middies the 'nod, bout with a split decision win over
team protecting, a one-point lead. At no time in a N.J.
say game Mike Sileo, Newark, scored -
14-7, and Lt. Vince Lyons had the 147-pounder Bill Treider, Milwaukee
can a free throw be waived."I Sailors
a TKO for the over
Army behind on a 20-7 score. Wis. In a 155-pound scrap,
don't see how the one-and-one benefits the gameat Jelinek second, Lyons third. Joe Perrazzo, Brooklyn, N.Y., at Bobby Cline, Logan, W. Va.rwona

all," Coach Frank McCaffrey\ said. "I'm all for the This week's ballot will be the 1:40: of the second round in a split decision over the Marine'sAl
mandatory two shots in the last three minutes. But I heavyweight match to deadlockthe Patti Baltimore Md.
last until the Dec. 18th issue. On
don't see how giving a second shot, if the first is missed smoker. In the seventh event,
that date a ballot will be printed, dene Malino, Chicago, El. scored -
on a normal one shot foul, will do anything but delay the a 170-pound melee, Lord Byron
containing the major bowls thru- the Marine's last win, a decision
game. Griggs, Pittsburgh, Pa., won a
out the country for New Year's over Sal Scafo, Brooklyn, N.Y.
We with in his views that the split decision from Marine Don
go along McCaffrey new day, and scores must be picked at 160 pounds.
rules are directed to the offensive brand of basketball and 3 Martin, Chicago, Ill.
Instead of the winner.
just Ring Announcer was Tom
the fact that it will do little than the '
more delay
game. Garrison, an O & R employee, the judges were Art Myerson;
/The Leathernecks opened
Actually it takes quite a bit of pressure from a boy'sshoulders is the first civilian to win first Ernie Huggett and John Alley.
when he knows that if the first shot fails to drop, prize this season. Jelinek is attached : three quick wins. Bob Garrison, Dell Webb was the timer.

there's a second in the offing. It will be interesting to watch to VC-62 and Lt. Lyons Baltimore, Md., received a for- Chief J. P. Colson coaches the

the results of the new changes, if any, as the season pro i. with Fasron 100. feit at 128-pounds. Ventura Mal- Sailor squad while M/Sgt. Steve
Ion ado, Manhattan, N.Y., got the
gresses. Mayers and T/Sgt. Tom Pionessa
nod in decision from Al
Officiating at last week's with Patrick Air Force a split handle the reins
opener for the Leather-
Roosevelt L. I. N.Y. at
ANP) Schoolmen Pearce, ,
Base was handled nicely by Jack Piva and Shorty Long. Piva, and Mike Oliverez, I necks.
with NARTU this station is in his first 118-pounda
: on year as a varsity
whistle tooter, and the wiry-haired guy with the genial grin Garner Center Los Angeles, Calif took a similar basketball game with the Army'.
verdict from Bill Harding Wor-
Red Devils here, turn Into
appears to be headed for a fine career. may a
cester, Mass., at 135-pounds.: future investment
for the NBAteam
It's hard to find adjectives to describe Jax Navy's Volleyball TitleANP
stunning 102-67 win over Patrick. Great! That's about Immediately after the game,

the best we can find. Nobody expects the locals to win ) School spiked its way Service Sports the Bullets added Hermit Welske
Gap hoopster, to their list of future
'em all like that, but we'll venture a guess at 20-9 as a to the NATTCenter volleyball
season record for the sharp shooting Fliers. championship, earning with it title RoundUpCherry prospects. The 6'5" Weiske is
scheduled for discharge in 1953,
We wondered at first if there was depth enough on the points toward the Captain's "
club to carry through the schedule. It's still too early to get Trophy. AO Ships Company finished Pt., N. C. (AFPS)-Aiveman Bullets'whereupon he will report to the

. a clear picture of what to expect past the first six on the second and AE School thirdas Marine team representing training* camp.
squad. However impressed with turn- the spirited competition cameo the air station and the Second
we were along a poor
Camp Stewart, Ga. AFPS-
out of 400 at the opener, with the way the reserves handled a close last week.A Marine Aircraft Wing recently ( 4
captured 13 trophies in the North MaJ Henry E. White scored a"pocketlnone"
themselves and can see nothing but a good season. double elimination tournament
- Carolina Skeet Tournament held while playing golf
Joe Lister came off the bench to four quick fielders was underway Tuesday between -
pop here The
at Pinehurst, N. C. The squad recently. unique play
the top three finishers, and
and the Fliers' lead in
pad late the game. "lIe's got a good occurred when the drove
took laurels in both the major
Hand Tools, to decide an entry to place
set shot, Coach McCaffrey added, "and I think he'll help us
\ the ball 50 yards, dropping itinto
the face the winner of the NAS civilian end military team brackets ,
, as season progresses. league. The two champs will battle scoring 493 out of a possible the pocket of another golfer who
3E Although he failed to count against Patrick Tom Deem was the
it out for the Jax Navy title. 500 points. Members of the team standing near green.
Ing continued to show improvement and could be a big factor included Capt. W. W. Bryant, MaJ.E. *

t' in a close game if he maintains the pace. Roger Stelma is K. Griswold, T/Sgt. T. IL SERVICE GRID GRITS (AFP-

another guy who can be a big help. lIe's tall, handles him- Robinson, Lt. T. S. Vogt, and M/- S) Bob Zastrow, former star

self well and has a good one hander. 0 AW. Sgt. J. J. Tucci.Indlant&WD quarterback at the Naval Acad

Followin' The Fliers. Jim Roberts has taken the coach Gap, Pa. (AFI'S- emy, is now tpssing the pigskin

reins for the Junior Varsity. He'll suit up if needed ._ The Baltimore Bullets' exhibition for the powerful Pensacola NavJl

Boxing Coach Al Mueller informed this corner that a four- Flyers in Florida Mainstays of

wall singles and doubles handball tourney would get under the Ft. Belvoir, Va. forward wall _

way in early January. Additional information can be had '''' 4= Charity Grid Game are former Tennessee All-Ameri-

by phoning extension 771 Like to get rid of that 210- .' .- Tickets On Sale can Bill Pearman and Alabama

pound set of weights before Christmas. Interested personnel Tickets, at a serviceman's lineman Wes, Thompson San

phone extension 216 Phil McKay, a long time standeein price of 50 cents, are avail Diego NTC's recent 25-7 victoryover

Special Services, was transferred this week to Quonset able at the Jax Air News of- College of Pacific helped .t

Point We'll)) hold off on the grid picks for two weeks, o voo fi fice, Building 930, for the 20th boost the Jackets into the numberone
at which time the bowl will be Service elevens
games given a thorough going annual Meninak Charity Football spot among

over There is still an abundant supply of tickets avail Classic, slated for Friday, according to the Williamson rat-

able in the Jax Air News office for the Meninak Charity Foot Dec. 5, at the Gator Bowl. ing system Arnold Galiffa,

ball game Friday night between Jackson High, of Jackson -- City Champ Andrew Jackson former quarterback of the West
ville and Rule of Knoxville Tenn. It's Point Cadets, la the
High, a worthy cause I'm sure we had that shot High of Jan opposes Rule High spear-heading
and the game promises to be well worth the 50-cent admis- of you around here some of Knoxville, Tenn. offensive for the Service &; Headquarters

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4 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven &'

Blind Bogey LEFT- Reminiscent HOOKER c: ..... ... .:.:'" ":'.. 11 Gator Bowl Tilt Waves Open Home

Champs NamedAt old of the 1 1t' Fast Schedule Dec. 72
pros, Jax: : > Ducats Go ;
LinksCapt. Navy's hard- 1w
NAS Jax Waves who
The Navy

Charles A. Dittmar won heavy hitting Weath-light- I II i End Zone LeftOnly won their opener against Jax

the blind bogey tournament at the erly "Willie"Fisher I, tickets available In Jack- Tech, 53-11, last night, meet

NAS links late last month with has sonville for the New Year's Day the Parris Island Leathernecksin

a 78 and in a similar tourney,held KO'ed four of I Gator Bowl game between Florida
their home at
,. opener
, the week after, George Frye's his last six f. t and Tulsa are in the end zone,
76 was good for top honors. foes. Ills left, I Bowl officials have revealed. side Gym, Dec. 12.

Bill Frey posted a 76 along with which starts f Tickets in the North end zones Starting time for all Wave

Capt. Dittmar and a flip of the with a slow ..'.,,: I! are priced at $3.50, and those in home games is 1900 and station

coin was used to determine the weave and ex- South zone are $6.25. They can personnel and guests are invit

winner I ou Schaff fired an 82 plodes like a I be obtained at Donaldson's Inc., ed.

for low gross. cannon, is Justas I n II 216 West Adams St.
Low gross the following week powerful as { I Personnel may try their luck

was shot by Bob Wallace, a one his right I by writing direct to the Universityof
under par 71. Second place in the which is just Florida or University of Tulsa o.

tournament went to Capt. T, F. plain dynamite. s? ii i i iI for East and West stand ducats. ISPD IlQaa

Weinert. next JaxNavy's I These are priced at $6.25.

Blind bogey tournaments are mitt fracas is \ Tickets to the Gator Bowl basketball -
held every week under the direc- with Green tourney are on sale at the
I San Diego, Calif (AFPS) -
tion of golf pro Jack Harveyand Cove Friday. Gator Bowl Association offices,
all station personnel are invited The locals 325 West Forsyth St., Phone 3- .. Plans for an Armed Forces foot

to participate. Each tour- out have of won seven six i 0250. Georgia, Florida, Georgia ball bowl game here Dec. 20 have

ney Is held under a full handicap matches this j ; Tech and Georgia State Teacherswill been announced by the Commandant

against total score and the shooter season. .. compete in the cage meet. 11th Naval District.
must have his handicap regis- .
walked off with six An Army or Air Force team will
tered before being eligible to Fliers Stun Patrick AFB Brooklyn
compete. of the 10 spots on the annual meet the winner of the Nov. 29

United Press National League all- clash between the San Diego NTC

star team. Two others went to and San Diego MRD, rated as topsin
Bulletin! 102-67 In the St. Louis Cardinals and one
Cage Inaugural each to the Philadelphia Phillies their Service branches. Pros
and Cubs. pective opponents are Boiling A-
Word was received early BULLETIN! FB, Carswell AFB or Ft. Eustis.
Wednesday morning that Jax Navy's hardwood combine scored Its second straight tri- .

Green Cove has accepted an umph Tuesday, 82-63, over MacDill AFB of Tampa.A FSU Tank TeamTo Quantico, Va. (AFPS) Paul

invitation to meet Jax Navy in polished, smooth handling Jax Navy quintet threw Arizin, last < year's professional

another boxing card Friday at away the basketball record books in the Mainside gym last Battle FliersFlorida basketball scoring king with a

Fliers 2000 at Mainside the Green gym.Coversin The week, displaying amazing accuracy from the field to humble State University sends 25.4: average and "top collegiate

their edged last outing. Patrick Air Force Base, 102-67, in the 1952-53 seasonal its highly touted tank team to the point producer three years ago, is
tossing baskets for the
now strong
opener. Indoor Pool, Friday, Dec. 12, fora
Never behind, the Fliers were century mark. Charlie Yen was meet with the' Jax Navy swim- Quantico hoopsters. Besides the '

Marine Co. 42 in front 12-1 with only a few credited with the 100th point, mers and if previous records are jump-snooting Arizin, the Marine
includes Jim Phelan (LaSalle
lineup -
minutes in the first stanzaas
gone dropping his second attempt from any indication, the. aqua will geta
Bob Grabaz, Dick, Tate and ,) Rip Gish (Western Ken
the with 1:55: re- good churning.
gratis stripe
Airman School Vince Zoda popped away at the tucky), Lucian Whitaker (Ken
maining.The Gil Whitaker, one of the most
bucket like water through a sieve. tucky), and Newt Jones (LaSalle).
Fliers led 48-36 at the Intermission promising divers in the area, will
Gridiron ChampsChampion Grabaz, a scoring threat from and had a 75-51: bulge be in competition. He scored an against the Seminoles.

of the NATTCenter any angle on the court, blisteredthe at the three-quarter mark. Pat- upset second place in the recent Olympic semi-finalist Murland

Airman Preparatory School In- nets for 29 points, but it was rick came to life the second heat Florida AAU meet and Is ex- Seawright will also represent the

ter-company football league is the overall balance of the local after trailing 30-16, but could not pected to be a strong contender locals from the tower.
attack that gave the screaming
the well-oiled Fliers
Marine Company 42. overcome
The Leathernecks won the title patrons an indication of the potent who were not to be denied vic-
scoring machine in operation."The FOOTBALL SPECIALGame
by downing Navy Company 42 tory.Ward
boys were exceptional," Weisel canned seven from
in a four-game play-off last for Week of 6
week.In the delighted coach, Frank Mc the field for 14 points, using a Dec.

the regular season of play Caffrey said. "I thought they one-banded push shot with poetic SELECT THE WINNERS

the champs lost only to Marine handled the ball aa well as the grace. Tate and Zoda had 16
Company 39 while downing club did last year at the end and 13 points, respectively, while (Home teams in right column)

of the We'll have to Reinhardt totaled 11.
season. Bob
eleven other company teams. Georgia ..__.._..._..___._.._vs.._............._..._........_.. Miami
Evenly matchedIn continue working; that well all Patrick's scoring was headed Wyoming ?..__..___._..__-__vs__....._._.._.__.____. Houston
the playoffs, both teams season, but as far the Patrick by Ed Bear, with 18 points, N. C. State __..__...._..__vs......._........._....__ Texas Tech

were evenly matched with the game, it was great.HIt and Bob Ridenour, who accoun- Utah State _......___.___vs_...._._ New Mexico

Sailors nabbing the first setto, was the first time McCaffrey, ted for an even dozen. Kentucky _._....__..._....._vs............... Florida
2-0, on a late touchback. in his third ;year as head coach, Mutt former Florida State _
: Pascoe, varsity __ __..___vs _. _.._ Tampa
Ending in a tie, the second had seen his team tally past theSCORING j star, led Fasron Six to a 67-56 Chicago Bears _._.___._vs.._.__.._._..___ Detroit

game forced events into a final win over the Junior Varsity in Cleveland _...._.....__....vs.____.__ Chicago Cards

fourth game as the Marines T e a preliminary game, popping 18 Dallas .........._.._............_..vs...._._ PhiladelphiaGreen

copped the third with a 13-7 win. effortless points in a one-sided Bay ............_.....__.vs._______ Los AngelesPittsburgh
Cherboursky and Flanagin scored affair. Steelers _..vs._._..... San Francisco

both of the Marines' touchdownsand Tonight the locals host Turner Washington _....._.............vs.......__......New York Giants
Flanagin charged over for v Air Force Base at 2015, leaving
the extra tally.In Friday for a game with Camp (Predict the score of this game)
the final played last Thurs-
Stewart and returning home Mon-

day the Marines again led by day to meet Georgia State Tea- Kentucky ,....._.___._..._._..vs....... Florida
Flanagin stopped the Sailors, chers College.
Name Rate/Rank.
Demers Coaches THE BOX

The Marine nine was the sec- Patrick AFB (67)
ond team to be coached to an Ridenour. f ..... 5 2 2 3 12 Unit Assigned To_ Phone-
Howard, f...... 5 O 5 3 10 '"
ANP) inter-company title by Baer. t ......... 8 2 4 3 18 RULES
"Frenchie" Demers. n ::taD3ra Minor c........ 1 0 0 3 2
Sgt. Arthur Meffin. C ...... 0 1 2 1 1
1. To enter the contest indicate choiceof
Last August Sgt. Demers soft- I Williams g ..... 4 0 1 4 8 you simply your
+ Marley, g ...... 1 3 7 2 5 each winner by placing an (X) or circle the team you selectto
ball crew also annexed the inter- Dennis, e ......3 5 5 0 11 win. If you predict a tie game, place a (T) after the namesof

company crown. Since his return Totals .......27 13 26 19 67 teams you think will play to a tie score.
from Korea, Sgt. Demers 2. All games are to be predicted on an even basis. Ties
"ax Navy (102) count as losses unless predicted.
for the
has done a great Player KG FT FTA PF TP 3. In the space provided below indicate the score of the
Reinhardt, f .... 4 3 5 1 11
ANP) athletic program. Mower f ....... 0 0 0 0 0 game picked as a tiebreaker. In case of a tie the person with
Regulars on the Marine team Yen. t .......... 2 1 2 2 5 the most nearly correct score will win the contest.
Flanagin Tate. t ......... 5 6 11 3 16 4. Entry blanks incompletely filled out will not be con
were Harting, Elliott, Stelma f ........ 1 4 6 1 6
Krolikowski, Lord, Ladd, Keaner, Zoda. c......... 6 1 2 3 13 sidered. Contestants must make all the selections plus indi-
Deeming c...... 0 0 0 0 0Welsel cating the score of the one tie-breaker to be eligible.
Albrano, Ellen, Allen, Buckney, g ....... 7 0 0 3 14 5. In the event a game is postponed or rescheduled for
Lister, K ........ 4 0 0 0 8
Cherboursky, Morad, Phillips, Grabaz, g .......13 3 5 4 29 any reason it is automatically excluded from the contest final
Vatalaro, T. F. Kearjiey: and A. ratings.
6. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1700
F. Kearney. Friday to the Jax Air News Office in the Special Services Build ,
'Remember," said the Provost 930.All military and civilian personnel with the exceptionof
Marshal, "anything you say will Friday Partly Cloudy, mild personnel K' the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the contest
,. be held against you." easterly winds. :
Pvt. "Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn Saturday Cloudy and rain, 8. Only one entry to each person will be allowed.
: THREAT Dick 9. Winners will be announced in the Jax Air News the
Monroe, Marilyn Monroe. Tate, 6-2 lad from RichmondKy. shifting winds with mild tem- Thursday following the Saturday on which the game is played.
., is a scoring threat on or perature. TEN DOLLARS IN PRIZES
Airman: "I thought you said off his feet. Against Patrick Sunday Partly cloudy with merchandise
he tallied five times from the First prize is a five-dollar chit for at the Navy 'I 4
your girls legs were equal? field and six from the charity intermittent rains or showers, Exchange; second prize is a three-dollar merchandise chit;
Sailor: "No. I said they were stripe for 16 points as Jax moderate southwest winds. third prize is a two-dollar merchandise chitI

without parallel." Navy swamped Patrick 10267.


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Note To Korea VetsServiceConnected

Ailments Entitle j

(Items offering for i

of property such as Veteran To Medical Care And Pay '

chines, automobiles
dios, clothing and the like Veterans who have been in ser-
have had its inception in service.
hibited by Defense vice since the Korean war shouldbe
for multiple
The presumptive period -
gulations. This column alert for symptoms of ailments sclerosis is two years, and AI'' Ca f}

ever, list such services which were not detected at the "
two-year presumptive period an* 1\
able housing, rides time they were separated from the i
4 plies to psychosis (for hoapttallzs jl",:'
lost and found. armed forces.
tion and medical care only.)
FOR RENT diseases which cause dis-
Many f.
For further and as-i
Share home Ph. 2-7323 abilities within one after -a
year .
sistance contact your nearest Yc r
Mrs. Doonan. veteran's discharge are presumedto
mona, < : erans Service Officer.*

Furn. 3 bdrm. house, have had their inception in .

the service, and thus entitle the
modore Drive, avail.
rhone 6-4050, Mr. veteran to medical care and pay. Reveal Holiday

Furn. 4 rm. apt. $55 For (Continued from Page 1)) ,
example,, compensation may
21st., Ph. 2-5313, Mr. regularly assigned security and
be payable for the following dis-
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house, i g departmental watches must be '
eases discovered during the one-
Dec. $120'H mo. Ph. maintained during the two leave
year presumptive period: arthritis,
Burton. VF-13 Is .
hardening of the arteries, certain periods. "
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $25 and John ailments Students may be granted any
since last gall bladder and kidney ,
8-3524, Mrs. Jenkins. amount of leave desired, during\
In the blood heart
cancer, high pressure,
bdrm 2112 the period from end of working
Furn. 3 apt.
disease, various tumors and ul- -
Ph. 7-5653, Mrs. Italy. of'other hours, Dec. 19 through 2300 Jan.
and ailments
cers, a score -
1312 4, 1953, providing they do not
Furn. 6 rm. apt., of the
Including many trop-
Ph. 2-4403, Mrs. Hallow cal diseases. exceed limits of current leave a.ce ..
Furn. 4 rm. house, $55 Call cumulations, plus leave time accrued -
Some of these diseases have
8-3839, Mr. Roach. before June 30, 1953 or date. i
long incubation periods, lying dor- ; of realease from Naval service.
Share 2 bdrm. apt., $50
13 mant in the before
body breakingout
Myra, Ph. 7-5934 after Class "A" students will termi ,
in A well known
Mrs. Dunnings. symptoms. nate leave no later than 2300

Furn. 2 rm. apt., 528 example is malaria, which tendsto Jan. 4, 1953, and Class "B" students IJ
recur in periodic attacks many
112-8-4702, Mrs. will terminate leave no
end, they years after the original Infection. later than 0700 5 1953.
Furn. rm., 3338 Randall, January ,
Other diseases have mild be-
1 9223, Mrs. Hertzman. Takanis may Student leave papers must be submitted
"Magic ginnings but grow more and more f
0800 Dec. 5.
Furn. 4 rm. apt., 5481- : time ;
disabling as
returned goes on.
Members of classes graduating
Ph. Mrs.
2-3935. the United ";
this will have
during period special
Will share 2951
In several Instances the pre- "delays enroute" as requested, and
Ph. 88-7864, Mrs. Mllt
have sumptive period is longer than the Center.
as provided by
Furn. 2 bdrm. apt., 1218
Ph. 2-0291, Mrs. with VP-1, one year. For example, pulmonary The Christmas leave period for tl'

'and tuberculosis developing to a 10 officers will be from 1610 Dee.
Furn. sing. or dble.
River, Md. percent degree of disability or 19 until 0900 Dec. 28. New Year'
Dellwood, Ph. 7-5065,
die.Furn.. reported more within three years from leave will be from 0900 Dec. 28 e.t

dble. of 1951. date of discharge is considered to until 0730 Jan. 5, 1953. A mini-
sing. or

Park, Ph. 8-2770, / First With Cavaliers mum of one-fourth of all Ship' 1'-
ton. Company officers will be required ;

s, Furn. rm., 2761 Myra, aboard at all times.
Skipper First .
after 5 p.m., Mr. fl

Furn. 5 rm. house, 28143.'a Santa To Call r t

Ph. 8-3759, Mr. Morris ) et On .,

Furn. 3 rm. apt., 112 E. I first was (Continued from Page 1)) .
Ph. 4-5676, Mrs. areas.
pilot Lcdr. S !'
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 7362
2-7832 or 2-2897, Squa ABOUT 92 children of hospital ,:
rien. month when personnel will be entertained in

landing on the Naval Hospital Movie Auditorium
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 112 E.
(CVA- at 1400 on Dec. 20. Fea
Ph. 2-5676, Mrs.
ture attractions will be the
Furn. 3 bdrm. apt., Ph. )
Lcdr. Run- showing of three cartoons, ice :
Yeghoian. ..
other firsts. x cream and cake, and a gift from
Share 5 rm. home, Ph. .
Swick. first to be Santa.

ship since #d y xjfl1 NARTU youngsters will have .
Furn. rm., 2031 Herschel 0
but his jet their party, complete with gifts t
76503. Mrs. Griffin.
have ever n and refreshments, a day early. r
Furn. apt., 2312 College, .
the carrier. It will be held at 1600 on Dee.
6249, Mrs. Clarke.
i n i 19 at the NARTU Enlisted Men'a I::',
Sing or dble rms., 1447 tea '
: : Club. About 331 kiddies are ex
Champlain D I
Ph. 2-5930, :Mrs. Shultz. in March : a : aR pected. .;

Furn. 4 bdrm. house, ,
mothballs ?
1st St., Jax Beach, Ph.

Mr. Shumaker. this year. 19 Here .;)';

Furn. apt., 2727 Oak St., $ r.'
(Continued from Page 1) ".
played a .,
Ph. 2-1397, Mr. Evans.
'. and Leo W. Salo to Chief Aviation .
Structural Mechanic. Both '

40 foot house trailer, returning ....N_... _.. .. attached to the '
theatre men are Opera -
Azalea Trailer Park
First pilot to land a Jet aboard tions department. ,
Hart wick. the U S S Lake Champlain 0
MISCELLANEOUS crossing (CVA-39)), Lcdr. Donald E. Two new Chief Hospital Corpsmen .
speed of Runyon, skipper of VF-22, cuts
Driving to Abilene, return trip the cake presented on the oc are attached to Fleet units.

! Dallas, 14 Dec., Ph. casion. Gregory M. Gay, VF-43 and Leo
speed of
Ens. Swinney. W. Eargood of Fasron-109.-
the speed 22 either for it has been in the .
Driving to Baltimore, Dec. OUter new chiefs are Aster B. ..

8-3366 after 5 p.m., by the fore-front of many postwar de- Dickens, Chief Aviation Structural i
man. velopments. Mechanic and Roland C. Schnei

Driving to Huntington, jet landing */ der, Chief Aviation Machinist' ;

Dec. 23, Ph. ext. 710 or to the Lake Fighter Squadron 22 took partin Mate, both of VC-62. J

Mr. Wright. from being Operation Frostbite, first cold There were no eligible candi .....:,

" Riders wanted from who has weather exercises Operation dates for 14 ratings, seven of j

Stockton. 0800 to 1630. : landings. Grand Slam, NATO exercise. which were in the construction .f.: ,

' 618 or 8-1433, Mrs. Another first was accomplishedby group. The others were DM, MN, ,'

Ride wanted from top combat the "Cavaliers" of Fighter RD, SO, TD, YN, and PH. !

0730 to 1600, Ph. ext. II, credi- Squadron 22 when they operated :
kels. he has their Banshees from a CVL, con- Woman: 'Doctor, our family Is '.

Baby sitter, evenings ; verted light carrier, in 1951. getting too big for my husband to .....

Ph. 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. of naval In the Jacksonville area since support-can you give me any .ad '

' Day nursery, 2928 Arapho, has September 1950, the squadron is vice?"

8036, Mrs. Culver. during a unit of Carrier Air Group 4. Doctor: "Why yes, I'' believe so. '\

Lost-Boys green jacket, in flight Walt Disney designed the insignia Do you like oranges?" ,"

8400, John Buchika.\ of naval which features a Puss'n Boots Woman: "Yes, I do." .:

" Driving to Sacramento, work on Cavalier. Doctor: "Well then, eat a lot of 2/

Leaving Saturday, Dec Skynight, oranges." :, :t'\

for 1 or 2 riders, share Teacher: "What do zebras have Woman: "Errr, when should I :'

i' S/Sgt. Gaston, 5123 of events that other animals do not have?" eat them-before or after?" ,"-

ltd. (Lake Shore), Ph. Squadron Junior: "Little zebras." Doctor: "Instead."

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