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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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+ ..... Artist Hill, Departs Care Should Be Exercised II Pitting

JfIJ S The new standard column I

feature heads appearing from

time to time in the Jax Air Up Trees, Holiday DecorationsChristmas

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air News have been created by artist -
Station. Jacksonville. Fla. Irven C. Hill, Jr., DMISN time is usually a hap-
NAS. Jacksonville of NATTCenter. py occasion, but it can turn into an angle to expose a greater sure

Capt. Burnham C. McCa/free Commanding Officer llill, who was separated from sadness and tragedy unless pre- face area to water and keep ad1a

Comdr. James H. Armstrong___Executive Officer the Navy Dec. 12, 'consented caution is taken with trees and ing water ,from time to time >Ij'W
Fleet Air Jacksonville decorations. that the base of the tree will stay
to finish this
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hariiisnn.. 'Commander one project for
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_Chief of Staff the Jax Air News before going Unless care is taken with these covered.

Fleet Air\ Wing Eleven back to civilian life as a stu- decorations they can cause un- 3. Do not place tree too dose

Capt. Arthur S. Born _. ._Commander dent at the University of Min- told hardship and excessive dam to stoves radiators and other

. Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer nesota.A) age. sources of heat, which may prove .
Naval Air Technical Center I
Training added hazards.
Capt. Edwin R. Peck_Commanding Officer steady art contributor to Here are a few tips on safety

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_Executive Officer the paper, Hill's latest are the procedures recommended by the 4. In selecting a location ,for

Naval Hospital Time Out head on the sports I station Security department to your tree make sure that it is not

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer page, and CPO, Wave Ways, keep this a safe and happy holi- blocking an exit nor will it blockan
Capt. T. F. Weinert Executive OfficerCapt Navy Exchange Notes among day. exit should it fall.

NARTU others. 1. Get a freshly cut tree right 5. ABOVE ALL do not smoke
Easton B. Noble Commanding Officer
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive OfficerThe before Christmas and remove it near the tree no matter what

immediately after. precautions you .have taken.

JAX AIR NEWS If published weekly at the! U. S. Naval Air Station. Ohio Twins 2. IF YOU are going to have 6. Use no lighted candles on or
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated fundsat
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. your tree up for any length of near a tree or other inflammable
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station. the time there decorations.
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil Field. and the U. S. Similar Even are other measures you must use open
Naval Hospital. that you need to take. flame decorations be sure you

Editor-Andrew H. Planey a. Set tree up in a pan of I have a fire extinguisher handy
Staff Members: Ed Nellist, J03; John Charvat, AN; Vivian Williams. To Freckles"The water.b. and keep constant watch. _
SA: Helen Harper. *t
Cut base of the tree off at 7. Before you put lights on yoJ1ll'tree
the Armed Forces Press Service.
rile JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of only sport we ever took
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not withoutthe make doubly sure that they ,
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other part in together was fighting in
matter except by service publications. Is prohibited without permission of are good condition and no bare
Editor. JAX AIR HEWS. the back-alley kind," grinned Carroll New Classes In Wires showing. A short circuitcan

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension Boothby, twin brother of Dar- cause a fire.
11184 and 216. Defense SetForlanuary
rell, both of whom are now in 8. Equipment bearing the labelof

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year Airman Preparatory School at the Underwriters Laboratory
NATTCenter. Inc., is your best bet for all electrical
In answer to the many queries -
Looking alike even down to the for more information on the
Holiday Greetings Extended By freckles, the two Marines from need of 800 civilian volunteersfor 9. CONSTANTLY blowing

Mt. Orab, Ohio, make up a thirdof the Jacksonville Air Filter fuses are an indication that your

Local Officials To All Personnel a family which contains two Center, new classes will start lines are overloaded. Remove

other brothers and two sisters, after the first of the year. some of your lights and replace

none of whom are twins, however. The carried in last the fuse with another of the
High ranking:: officials at Naval Air Station Jacksonville have appeal I
forwarded the following Christmas messages to military and Back home they go with girls who week's Jax Air News, showed same size. Do not use a penny or .

civilian personnel at NAS: are cousins, not twins. the need for volunteers to process a fuse of higher rating. If your

I The pair went through recruit Ground Observer Reportsfor fuses blow again notify the Public -
Works electrical department
training at San Diego, where as this area as an Importantlink ,
To all Naval personnel and their families in the Jacksonvillearea extensions 441 or 325.
Darrell explained it, "Carroll caus- of our Air Defense System.
: I extend my best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a fruitful
and Happy New Year. May our best efforts during the coming ed all the trouble and I got all the Training will be given volunteers 10. If you decorate your home
of the week for elaborately, you can use uncom-
blame. They were pretty surprised any night ,
year help to bring peace to our country, and an early reunion of
two and one-half hours bustible material. If do not
when nightly you
sent to Camp Pendleton, -
our personnel serving in foreign waters and their families and
loved ones Calif., together and even more for approximately 12 to h a v e flame-proofed materials

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, amazed when both were transferred 15 weeks. Classes begin at 19- make sure that you treat them
30. yourself. An effective treatmentis
here for school.
Commander, Fleet Air Jax.
Civilians accomolished bv nravin
earnestly desiringto ftn
But the two of a kind won't be -
participate in thia civil defense dipping the object in fireproof
causing confusion much longer if
I am happy to extend to all personnel of the Naval Air Station, their program can obtain more solution of equal parts of Borax
present plans work out. Carroll -
military and civilian my best wishes for a joyous holiday season. Information by calling or writ- and boric acid mixed in water. .
hopes to to the Aviation
May your Christmas Day be warmly blessed with good will toward Electronicsman go School at Mem- ing The Air Filter Center, 575 11. PLACE all of refuse in the
all. And may the New Year be one of achievement and deter- Riverside Avenue Jacksonville. dempster
phis, Tenn., while Darrell has his dumpsters or in other
mination in order that this nation may continue to be strong, lead- eye on Electrician's Mate School Phone number is 7-8473 or 7- suitable closed containers or in
Ing the world in the ways of peace, freedom and opportunity.Capt. here. 8474. cinerators.

Burnham C. McCaffree, 12. Take special care of heat

Commanding Officer, NAS. operated toys and new electrical

I k S S '{ pR gadgets if they do not bear the

To all hands of the Jax Navy area: A Merry Christmas to all label of the Underwriters Laboratory -

and most sincere wishes for a Prosperous and Happy New Year. Inc.

13. Make sure you know the
Capt. Edwin It. Peck, Y
location of nearest fire
your ex-
Commanding Officer, NATTC.
tinguisher and also your nearest
fire alarm box. In case of fire call
Season's greetings from the officers and men of Fleet Air Wing the fire department* extension

11 to all their good neighbors at NAS Jacksonville. TAI! 333, immediately.Public .

Capt. Arthur S. Born, 'i places are hazards dur-

Commander, Fleet Air Wing 11. ______ ing the season. Therefore it is
especially necessary that all fire

I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the officers and exits be kept free and that all,

men of the several commands in the Jacksonville area for their other precautions be taken.

cooperation and cheerful assistance on many occasions during the E 14. When decorations are set

past year, and to extend to all hands the very best wishes for a up in barracks and other publi

Merry Christmas and a Happy and Peaceful New Year. assembly' places it Js necessary".

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton, y that the fire department be in-

< Commanding Officer, Naval Hospital. formed to check on extent of

safety precautions taken.

I wish to extend to the officers, enlisted men, civilian employeesand .

their families, of NARTU and all other activities located at ;
KIND-Twin ANP( ) students Darrell and Carroll
NAS Jacksonville, my sincere good wishes for a very Merry Christ- Boothby-you decide which is whIch-look over the mechanism 1CDIVINE1? *

mas and the happiest and most prosperous of New Years. of a propeller during class at the Aviation Machinist Rate Shop.
Capt. Easton B. Noble There has been only one other set of twins of 6,191farines} who (
have gone through the Airman Preparatory School since it was
Commanding Officer, NARTU. reactivated in March 1951. .


aI11rin(! 11tttl1 frmtcr FRONT PAGE Rental Overcharge RefundedRental 0800-Episcopal Communion

Exemplifying the solemn overcharges amountingto I Services Small ChapeL
Oh Thou, who by giving Thy 0830-All Saints
theme of the Birth of Christ 51,287.55 have been refunded to ChapeL
We pray Thy blessing on the "
Son to be born by Mary, made 0915-Naval Hospital
the front of 19 Ft. Devens servicemen, the Of- ChapeL
motherhood holy, and all family poor, the cold the hungry, and page montage 0930Sunday SchooL
day's issue is a result of col- fice of Stabilization has disclosed
those who have none to help
ties precious; Bless, we pray 1045-All Saints
laboration between the Jax The office discovered ChapeL
them. So hearts that overchargesto
move our
Thee, our homes, loved ones, and
News staff and the NAS Photo personnel living off the base. CathoUc
friends. Grant that in the spirit out of what Thou hast given us \
(AFPS 0800-0900-1000 Mass ,
lab. ) Si Edward's
of this season all hearts may be we may freely give to them.
Helping Illustrate the themeis ChapeL _
glad and all our pleasures Remember In Thy our .
pure. mercy
the family of Earle P. Bailey Christmas trees, brilliantly 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL .. t
May all children be dear to us loved ones from whom we are
PNT2, of Fasron Six. Pic- lighted and decorated, first appeared Mormon
for the sake of the Child Jesus. separated and grant that both
tured are Bailey his wife in Germany ,,, the 16th 1930-Tuesday NATTC
Make them glad In Ills love as they and we, by drawing near to Century. Chap.Jain'
Marjorie and children Wayne office.
they keep Christmas, and give to the Babe of Bethlehem may be A wreath
aged two, and Barbara, aged of holly placed on the Christian Science.
us a useful heart to chare their drawn closer to each other. Amen. door believed
three. to frighten 1900
I away Tuesday-NATTC Chap-
Joy. -Armed Forces Chaplains' Board
even the boldest of witches. Iain's'Office.Page .


... 18 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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: .. Kiddies' Annual TreatChildren

r To Frolic

\ : ,I 13. Parties SaturdaySanta

.. Santa Claus will reign supreme this Saturday when some

4,000 Navy children await his arrival at 13 Christmas parties

It's doubtful that Santa will :
> I4 come by sleigh, but certainly all : Station party children will hear
other means of transportation stories told by Mrs. Dorothy Ste-
vens, a teacher at Venetla School.In .
will be used to get him from one

H'f party to another in record time. addition to gifts, packagesof

He will drive a tractor to the candled fruit and nuts will be

AEA) School Party at NATT- given each child. Some partieswill

Center. He may arrive at other serve refreshments.Since .

o- parties by airplane, car, firetruck, a year ago, the number

or on foot, but in each Instance of children from the Station, NA

Santa will bring gaily wrapped TI'Center'and Fleet Air Jacksonville -

t presents'for every youngster present has Increased by more than

,- _-....*._ ; W'v,, s \ including 292 honored guests 1,000. In order to accomodate this
from nine orphanages in the Jack- large number of youngsters. (ten
TOP ESSAYISTS-it was award ceremony time for some 33
participants in the Morals Essay Contest last Friday when they sonville area.Extensive years of age and under), separate
gathered for a brief ceremony. At the top is a group of the top parties were planned this year in-
ten participants. Front row (left to right), Capt. Easton B. Noble plans have been made stead' of the previous big party
'" commanding officer of NARTU, who was on hand to witness the for entertaining the kiddies. Some for all.

ceremony; !Mary Baker RM2; Capt. Burnham C. MrCaffree parties will have movie cartoons, .
1 NAS commanding officer, who made the presentations; Capt. Ed- v>
win R. Peck, NATTC commanding officer, who received the first puppet shows and games. At the The Natal Air Station party

place prize in behalf of Florian P. Super, ICC, and James C. Harvey will be at 1300 in the\Mainside
; : SN. Back row, Warren Cox, AA; Emment Shively, CSC; Auditorium. Fleet Air Jackson-
:. William Mclnarnay, AN, second place winner; Charles Lingar, r Program AnnouncedFor ville will have two parties at the
b. AN; James Mallory, ALAN, and Thomas Gartin, IIM3. At the Mainside
Lounge same time. ComFairJax
units will
.: right Captain McCaffree presents the second place prize, a
t. ., I watch to WiUiam Mclnarnay, AN, of NARTU. ;Mainside! Lounge, which Is convene in Hangar 116 and Fleet
r... usually closed on Monday, will Air Wing 11 in Hangar 140.

I, '. Climax Of Contest remain open Monday, Dec. 22. So many children have registered

'. It Will be closed Dec. 24 but will for the ANP( ) School party at

; : 33 Morals Essay Participants reopen for Open House on NATTCenter, that the party was
Christmas Day.Monday'i moved from the gym to the audi-
t, program at 2000 torium Building 563. The Admini-
Presented Awards for Efforts
will feature the Bagaley Danc- stration group party, originally

.-. The recently copcluded Morals Essay Contest at Naval Air Station ers and Munroe accordianists. scheduled for the Auditorium, has

.: Jacksonville was climaxed at an impressive award ceremony last All Navy personnel are invi- been moved to the swimming pool,
ted. Winter uniform is
Friday. optional. ] Building 614.
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree,
commanding officer, in makingthe Cigarette lighters were present Santa Will Be ThereChiefs' AOA) and AOB) Schools will
presentations to thirtythreetop ed to Emmett C. Shively, CSC, have their party at Hanger 622;

entries, complimented each for Commissary Store, for seventh AEA( ) and AEB( ) Schools at
place, and to Thomas D. Gartin, I Club To Fete 200 KiddiesAt *
,.. their "hard work, research and Building 523; AKA) Schools at
HM3, NAS Infirmary, for eighth I Building 610 and Aircraft Main-
thought" which had contributed to ;

the overall success of the contest. place. a i Two Events December 22-23 tenance, Training Facilities and

Contest I* Success Ninth place winner M/Sgt I Two hundred underprivileged children will have a Christmas party I Maintenance the Technical Training Library.Air All Shopsat are

He further declared that the Reginald G. Bagubc, Sr., Marine 'they will never forget if the aim of the CPO Club is achieved.IN at 1300 on Saturday.
Morals Program at the Station
Aviation Detachment, NATTC, The kiddies will be divided into
had been of such significance that CHARGE of the parties are I Children of Naval Hospital per-
and tenth winner WarrenC.
letters of commendation had been place two parties, one on the night of club president Archie P. Warren, sonnel will have a party at 1400
Cox, AA, AE"A" School at
Dec. 22 and the other the on Saturday, while NARTU
received from offices in Washing on nightof
NATTCenter, were given kye ALe, and Carl E. Owens, AOC.
Dec. 23. busses will youngsters will be given their par-
chains.In Navy pick
Starting work the in
ton.Capt. on project
Charles A. Dittmar, senior ty at 1600 on Friday, Dec. 19.
addition to the prizes, the up the youngsters in town for the '
station chaplain and contest com- early November they have received The Malaria and Mosquito Con

mittee head, introduced personnelwho top ten winners were presented .trip to the club. contributions not only.from the trol Unit and the Naval Air Mobile
medals in recognition of their ef- FIRST on the will be a Training Units also
had been chosen winners, and program Chief and Master sergeants but have plan
those receiving honorable mention. forts. Christmas feast that will includeall ned parties for children.
In the officers' also from many civilians who be- .
competition of the traditional holiday foods .
Worthwhile Prizes Lcdr. Edward S. Wise of VP-861 plus take-home gifts of candles came interested in the program.
First place award, a wrist -- -
won first award with his theme and fruits. HolidayLeaveExodus
watch, went to Florian P. Super, "High Moral Standards-A National WEATHER OUTLOOK
ICC instructor at the AE"B" Climaxing the evening will be a
'Must'. Lcdr. W.
Friday-Increasing cloudiness StartsIn
visit by Santa who will presentto
School at the Naval Air Technical -
Branks, AE"B" School at NATT- with light variable winds, much_
each child
a gaily wrapped
Center for his
Training essay Center, took second place, and
package containing for the boy;} EarnestA
"Are You A Gold-Brick CaptEdwin
Lcdr. Charles Garrettson NAS
blue sweaters Saturday Cloudy, shifting
It. Peck, commanding officer jeans or jacketsand
Industrial Relations officer, won winds showers and cooler. little earlier than
of NATTCenter, received the for the girls enchanting latest usual..
third place. Officers were presented -
award in behalf of Super. medals. style dresses or coats. There will SundayModerate northwest the general exodus fromthe

wrist also be toys designed to win the winds, clearing skies, temperature station began Monday, Dec.
was pres- The following, who received honorable
approval of any child. near freezing.CiPETTY 15, when a large portion of
ented to William T. Mclnarnay, mention, were also given left
personnel on the first half
AN, NARTU Recruiting, who took medals: Pete Arasln, AB"A'" of the Christmas Holiday.

second place with his essay "The School, NATTCenter; Edward J. ;A6-x cr.t Two Leave Periods- .

Nature and Importance of Mor- Burgoyne, YN3, NAS Personnel; }' OFFICERS I' NAS personnel will have the option
ality." James R. Reisch RMN2 NAS '
r of either the first period
S3 Get Awards CLUB .1
Communications; Samuel P. Gute-
which will run from the end of
Third prize winner, James D. lius YNT1 Personnel NATTCenter AX.1I
N.A.?.. working hours Dec. 15/ to the startof
Mallory, ALAN, of VJ-2, was given ; Calvin L. Hill, AM3, NAS working hours Dec. 29, or the

a camera, as was James C. Crash Fire Division; Bernard E. k. .I second period which will run from

Harvey, SN, NATTCenter, who Gerstner, AE1, FaeTuLant, Det. i the end of working hour Dec. 29
had been selected for fourth place. 2 ,.y
to the start of working hours Jan'
Mary Baker, RM2, NAS Communications Coleen H. Spafford, P H A N, ra. 13, 1953.

won a pen and pen- NAS Photo Lab; William It Policy Set rl

cil set for her fifth place stand- Stoop, AN, AO"A" School, NATT Leave periods for NATTCenter

ing, and Charles S. Lingar, AN, Center; Mike Morimano, DC3, Ov- personnel will run from Dec. 19 to>>

'. ABT'A" School at NATTCenter, :I erhaul and Repair; Reginald E. Jan. 4,1953. The first period starts

was awarded an identical prize for Brown, NAS Infirmary; Gregory Dec 19 and expires Dec. 28.. Second

sixth place.Chaplain. Gay, IIM1, NAS Infirmary; Eu- leave, for duty sections one

gene E. Wilhelm, ADC, NAS and three, at tfie Center start at

Dittmar Crash Fire Division; Richard C. 0900, Dec. 28 and ends '0715/ Jan..

Frees, YN3, NAS PO-Division; 6, 1953.
Leaves For New Duly Sgt Timothy P. Riche, MAD, Disbursing Students at the Center will be

a. Capt Charles A. Dittmar, senior office; Richard L. Skates, granted any number of days leave

l .. station chaplain at the Naval Air AC2, NAS Operations; provided they have leave on the
Station will leave Dec. 29 for Wilbur H. Wester, HM2, NAS books or accrued prior
to June
Seattle. Wash to take over his infirmary; Frank L. Coleman, Jr., president JIEADY of TOYS the Chief FOR Petty KIDDIES Officer-Archie Club at Warren NAS, was, ALC engrossed left), 30, 1953, between the established

new duties as Chaplain of the 13th PlIANt NAS Photo Lab; Elbert in operating a toy train when he was Interrupted by Carl Owens, dates for other Center personnel ;

Naval District. 1.. Clemmer, NAS Infirmary;. Ronald AOC who was admiring a child's dress. Against a background of Up to 35 per cent of all person {
Captain Dittmar has served as L. Howard, SN, Chaplains' already wrapped packages of clothing and toys, which will b* nel will be allowed leave at
senior chaplain here for over three office, and Thomas A. Moffatt, distributed to 200 underprivileged children at two Christmas
at the discretion,
Dec. 22 and of the heads.
parties 23, the two men find that playing Santa Is
;years. HM2, NAS Infirmary. fun as well as a lot of hard work. of departments..

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Four JAX AIR NEWS 18 December 1952

*I Mission Of Mercy ".

'I i o fi Navy Flies Jax Iron Lung Patient

SALTY HUMOR FROM In Delicate Transfer To Hospital ', '

HERE AND THEREFirst A Navy R4D8 transport plane '
plane took off until it landed in.t'r',

Sailor: "I haven't touched performed a mission of mercy Nashville tree hours later. Th. ,, .

a drop In over two months." last Thursday when Mrs. W. Tay- pumping was done by three .,y .

Second ,Sailor: "Neither have I, lor Sams, of Jax was flown In hospital corpsmen who worked "' '" :Jj,

friend, but don't you think we'd an iron lung fnJrn NAS to Nash- in shifts.. : .- we "
"' Its mission accomplished, the per.y
better knock on wood? ville, Tenn.
R4D8 thai returned to NAS, Jar .
First Sailor Let'sgo
: "Absolutely. ,._
pound on a bar." Mrs. Sams; a victim of a bul- delivering the iron, lung to personnel V

bar type polio, had been in an of St. Luke's Hospital the

The brakes of the approachingcar iron lung at St. Luke's Hospital same day. '

squealed a protest as the since early September. When ar- In providing' the aircraft the

unwary pedestrian stepped into its rangements had been made to ad- Navy was performing one more

path. The driver glared. mit her for, special treatment ,in of its many humanitarian serv "
ices to the public in accordancewith
"Why don't you look whereyou're the new polio wing recently
going?" he shrieked. "You opened at Vanderbilt University long established custom. ,
I ,-r,.
pedestrians cross a street like you L Hospital, the Duval County i ; i,7'

own it!" >$. i\\, Chapter Foundation of contacted the National the Naval Polio Air News Takes I : '.:

"Well, replied the unperturbed MERCY'' FLIGHT-Starting the first shift of a three-hour Air Station the of.
pedestrian, patting the tax receiptin operation of hand-pumping the life-saving iron lung which Mrs. on possibility 2-Week HolidayThis

his pocket, "I've made more Taylor Sams, polio victim, is ensconced, is Gregory Gay, IIM1. obtaining one of the large trans- the
payments on this street than you Waiting his turn just behind him is Charles Eaton HMC, while port planes to perform the deli- is last issue of I
Charles Hammond, HMC/ stands watchfully on guard. At the cate transfer operation. the Jax Air News for 1952. Jftt .
have on your car. left is Mrs. Robert Milam victim's mother. The victim trans- ."' -1
was Publication of the Dec. 25 T
ferred in an iron lung from St. Luke's hospital to NAS Jax and I
and Jan. 1 issues
has been
In less than;24 hours after the
LOST & FOUND DEPT. transferred to the iron lung already Installed in the plane.
suspended due to the exist-
Lost: Trunk by widower with request was received, permissionfor I'
false bottom. use of the aircraft in this hu- ing holidays. ;
Fasron Six
Report I
However the offices of ,
Lost: Vanity case by widow manitarian cause had been granted y ,
by the Chief of Naval the Jax Air News will re- I
with "Kiss Me" on back. Opera-
Lost: Picture of chorus girl Scouting Jax Squadrons tions. main open most of the time
during the holidays. Copy
with expensive frame. Mrs. Sams was transported to
and request for pictures ,
Lost: Milking stool by young the Station. Station engineer Da-
VA-45 will be accepted in the usual
man with three. .legs.. Time out was taken by Attack Banshees were Bill Bailey, "Mutt"Pasco vid D. McDonald, and Navy doc- manner, for publication in
Jim Murray, Tom Walsh, tors and corpsmen from the NAS
Squadron 45 from its night flying the Jan. 8,issue.Special .
Sweet young thing (at her first recently and daily work was and Will Ewing with 21, 13, 9, 9, Infirmary, had installed a second .

baseball game-"Oh) I like this! forgotten while the entire unit and 6 points respectively. iron lung in the transport plane
Let's stay and see that part over the day before minimum
assuring a
gathered in a downtown hotel and After a season of keen competition -
again where he makes the home period, when Mrs. Sams Rites
enjoyed) a squadron party. the'Fasron Sixers copped the 1 '
run. need be out of this essential
Complete with a cocktail hour, NAS Intramural bowling champ-
buffet and dancing, the ionship last week. equipment.
Scotchman I can't pay my supper S ,
rent this month. party lasted until 0100 and served Placing second last year in the Supervising the transfer to Planned Here,

Landlord: "That's what you said well its purpose of allowing new intramural league, the Sixers were Nashville was Comdr. Lewis S.
men and "old hands" to mix and not to be denied this time as they
last month. Sims, Jr., flight surgeon and assistant -
enjoy themselves. rolled over Fasron 109, by a wide
Scotchman: "Well, I kept my medical officer of the Sta- At ChaeIsSpecial
word, didn't I?" During the evening, squadron margin. Leading the team for the

personnel reluctantly said goodbyeto intramural season, was CaptainDon tion.Lacking electrical ooeratinc. .
; their former executive officer, LeMay, with an average of holiday services will be
A dog, they say, keeps by power, the iron lung was hand-
opening its mouth. If that works Lcdr. Jack B. Jones, who has been 161 followed by Jim Manno with pumped from 0945 when the conducted at the various chapelsat

for everyone, some women may assigned to the Bureau of Aero- 159, George Baranski 157, Stan NAS Jax in keeping with the

freeze to death this season. nautics in Washington, D.C. Kresowiak 156, Lt. Sigurd M. Gu- traditional solemn observance of

Next morning around VA-45's dal 155, Ben Truskowskl 149, Assignment Changes Christmas.St. .

A panhandler stopped a man on 'spaces in Hangar 114, there werea Howie Wrixon 148, and John P. Revealed By MADThe Edward's Chapel will bEginthe -

the street "Can you give me six few complaints voiced of the Anderson 133. Team average was Christmas services with confessions -

cents for a cup of coffee" "Gee, I ate too much", or "Hada 766.Chief Marine Aviation Detach- at 1830 on Tues. Dee. 23,
ment NATTCenter, has announced and 1830 on Wed., Dec 24.
"Six cents?" asked the man. bit of a head this morning", na- : Leverette C. Coleman, A-

"Why, coffee is a dime. ture. One officer remarked he had- DC, and his wife Barbara, are several changes in assignment, Preceding the Solemn High Mid- ....
as well as transfers and new ar- night Mass at 2400 Christmas
n't danced much he proud to that Dec. on
"So who buys retail? ,said the so since wasa announce on
panhandler. I cadet. 11 they were visited, not once rivals. Eve, the St. Edward's Choir, un-

.. .. ] but twice, within eight minutesby Capt. Lavern J. Oltmer, who der the direction of Mrs. Margaret .
--, McCranie '
Ye sr r &ron Six Mr. Stork' who brought them returned from 14 months as a will render "The j r

In the Men' City Basketball two baby boys-Richard Lee and plane commander in Japan and Christmas Carol Mass" by KOM .

League last week, Fasron Six de- Robert Grant Coleman. Korea, and Capt. Louis T. Ransom, man.

feated VC-62, 80-66. One of the who also reported here from Ko- All Hands Invited

better teams in the league, VC-62 rean duty, will assume new dutiesas This program of carols will be-

was undefeated prior to its en- Service Talent Show Billeting officer and Legal officer gin at 2330, and will feature Mary,

respectively, Dimick, Frances Ziarnik, Norman t-
counter with the Banshees. Booked For Jax USOAn
Breoult, Arthur Souci, and Claude
During the first half, Fasron all-service personnel tal- Capt. Robert R. Tabler la now Hulick
picked up a 47.27 lead. "In the ent review entitled 'Cross ,serving'as Personnel officer, replacing \) : "
The celebrant
second half however, VC-62 madea roads USA", will be presentedat Capt. D, D. Petty, Jr. who High Mass at of the Solemn ,, .t ,
midnight will be
has been transferred to El Toro,
the USO topside Navy Bus
Father John J. McGowan, NAS \
Calif. Also transferred ;
Bradley Kidd again took the Station, Friday, Dec. 19 'at recently Catholic Chaplain. .
was Lt. Charles O. Christie, liai-
team scoring honors with 22 2000. Christmas
son officer at AE School. First Day, Dec. 25, there
points. Other point men for the There will be dancing fol- Lt. Phillip Mr Crosswait: former will be Masses at 0800, 0900 High(

lowing with music furnishedby Mass), and 1000 at St., Edward
Billeting officer, has assumed liaison .....
First Woman the "platter parade. Chapel, and 0645 Mass at th&"
duties at that school. Naval Hospital. ..... ....

Marine ArrivesThe Midnight 11888There
will be a Midnight Mass

first Woman Marine to be at 2400 on Christmas Eve at Cecil t".. .:

assigned duty here reported in w; Q.7f Field. t

the Marine Aviation Detachmentat Christmas Eve worship servicesat

NATTCenter last week, where the All Saints' Chapel will begin .

she will begin Airman Prepara- at 2300. Capt. Charles A :

tory School soon.She's tMe\-s Dittmar, senior chaplain, and Lt. \

21-year-old Cpl. Eleanor David M. Humphreys, NATTCen- f
ter chaplain, will conduct services.
C.-Snow from Bridgeport, Conn.,

and was stationed at Headquarters !'. ,
Marine Corps before being Koff! "
sent here for school. ;
organ concert. Simple decorations e'\.r
A commercial artist before she
will carry out the Christmas .
'Joined the Marines in April, r rUWV theme. 1

1951, Miss Snow painted plates 3 Lcdr. John N. Montgomery,
for. several famous comic strip
; '" fleet
chaplain, will conduct see-
SEEING. TIIIVGS?- No characters, including Supermanand vices Dec. 25 at 1000 at Al '
you're not, it's a Woman Marine Batman. Saints' _' .
first to arrive Chapel, and deliver the 8 _
at the Marine ..
interest in aviation
Aviation Detachment Her prompted Christmas Day Message. t
NATTCenter. She's Cpl. Elea- her to Join f the WM's, after Personnel at all Naval Activities ;

nor Snow, who reported last hearing much about the Marine GARNER EV Lcdr. William D. Rouser (left), command- located at NAS Jax are invitedto
week at Airman Preparatory aviation. She decided to apply to ing officer of VF-14 out-shot the rest of his squadron in gunnery attend these
School. She Is the first Woman competition to win the coveted "E". Lt. (jg) Roger Dowst (right) services to help ti
school at NATTCenter.
Marine assigned at the Cen- the Airman also won an "E", as the squadron as a whole fired a score well contribute to the joyous celebra/i" "
ter. above the required minimum. Uon of Christmas.

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18 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

.. ..,r, ., ,w ,..,, -_..,-_ .
r -- "
Exchange Stores -,::i Half-Gallon

Announce Hours Club Now

During HolidaysNavy Totals 146 .

Exchange retail stores at Fifteen more blood donors have

Naval.Air Technical Training Center been added to the Jax HalfGallon -

and Naval Hospital will closeat Club, bringing the total membership
to 146. .
1300 Dec. 24, and remain closed
The new members include:
until regular opening hours Monday { "
:E.: H. Farbush, NATTCenter.
; Dec. 29.
George A. Bromberger, AOAN,
The retail store at .Naval Air +NnK, wu.. 1 R, VC-62. .
Station will close ,at 1300 Dec. 9i.r Rt F Junie E. Hines, Jr., PR3

24, and will reopen' in
Building a Operations. '
054 at 1300 Monday Dec. 29. :r + :.= #/Ibatf ufT i P. li ; 1 William. J. Gilinger SN Res.;

Building 27, in which the store is ?, Fleet.
0Rrpepirkin&i tNA.
presently located, is to be redecorated t'' Edwin D. Beckworth SN Res.
:' kio'1P9 l t Fleet. '
during the first part of Janu-

ary. During this period all departments I '- John A. Reik, SKSN, Supply.
Edward A AA NATT-
normally found in BASKETS FOR FAMILIES-For the third year in a row Overhaul and Repair department Barrett ,
employees will give baskets of groceries to selected families for Christmas. Shown with a few of Center.
building 27 will be
moved to the 275 baskets are members of the combined seven Shop Committees in charge of the project. Ernest E. Jones, MM2 Res.
Building 954.Building Kneeling left to right), Adolph Novak, Andrew Beatty James Vaught William Snead. Standing: Fleet.
954 is where the Lcdr. Frederick Kidd Hiram Van Houten, James Wood William Ryburn, Aaron Thompson Ruth :
Toy Munden Robert Boyer, Bryan Cornwall, Willie Dobbs, Floyd Koons, Margaret Callahan Mario Charles F. Everett SN Opera
4 Shop has been located during the DiLoreto Ronald Coney Robert Wagner,- Mary Dunbar, James Moon, James Nolting, James Sor- tion.
Christmas season, and is directly rell and Comdr. Albert R. Weldon. .
Thomas J. Baker AE1, VP-741.
north of the store.
present Will Be Delivered Dec. 23 Maurice W. Green, Jr., ADI, N-
. All Navy Exchange service de- BLOOD BANK ARTU.

partments will be closed Christmas John W. Lambert, AD2, Fasron
Day, Dec. 25, and New Year's 0 & R Employees Give Grocery BOX SCORENo. 6.

Day, Jan. 1. This includes the Anchorage -

Porthole EM Club, res- Baskets To 275 Selected FamiliesTwo Quota Per- Frank R. Krazit, Public Works.M. .
G. Johnson, NATTCenter.J. .
taurants, snack bars, cobbler shop Sch. Met cent
Fields NATTCenter.
and laundry.. hundred and seventy-five baskets of groceries will NATTCenter 253 423 167.5 .

The Anchorage Porthole, EM be delivered to selected families by Overhaul and Repair de- Special Services _4 5 125.0

Club and 804 Club will stay open partment employees in time Christmas.. FAW-11 1316 123.0 Ondrako Nugent -

. until 0100 on New Year's Day. I In previous years, O & R em- Oper. 12 12 100.0 ,
ployees have contributed articlesof The baskets will contain $15 I Fla. Mil. Dist. _5 5 100.0 AE School

Four Fairfax food, which were packed into worth of groceries including a 8- Medical 2 2 100.0 lAO,

.baskets by workers. This year pound ham, 10 pounds of potatoes, Dental 1 1 100.0 GraduatesTwo

however it was decided to pur- cranberry sauce, 1 dozen apples, Supply 27 25 92.5 I
Units Tops On chase basket Marines _10 9 90.0
hampers, completewith
1 dozen oranges, five pounds of su- Midwesterners took top
groceries. Pub. Works _24 20 83.3
gar, canned goods, coffee, flour Res. Fleet _85 p6 77.6 honors in Aviation Electrlcians'sMate
AirLant RollFleet Voluntary ContributionsCollections and Ordnance schools at
eggs, candies and nuts. Comm. 4 3 75.0
for this project NATTCenter last week. Both are
Air Jacksonville units do- Idea Started In '50 Admin. ..3_ 2 66.6
started November 1, All employees Marines.
minated the last educational honor NARTU .7 4 57.1
On December 23 four truck-
were asked to donate to the P f c. Stephen
roll issued by ComAlrLant by Cecil Feld _u16 7 43.7
cop- fund each week. The drive ended loads of the baskets will be deliv- Ondrako, from
ping the first four places and then O & R _____._115 37 23.4
December 15, with enough money ered to the O & R Department.Each Warren Ohio,
placing 21 others on the list. ComFairJax _.___.94 21 22.3
collected to about 275 led the class at
Fighter Squadron 31 paced the baskets. purchase person who has turned in the Grn. Cove Spgs.___.35 7 20.0 AOA) school

field with a percentage of 131.1. name of a family will be held Hospital ._____.21 2 9.5 \: y {k while a Chicagoan -

Fasron 6 followed with 127%, B H responsible for being present on Engineers 13 0 0.0 + Pfc.

'I"asron'109 with 124.5% and VF- that day and delivering that basket AIM 4 0 0.0 Floyd H. Nu-

IRD ___.2 0 0.0
14 with 123%.
Telephone CenterTo 111&;( gent, completed .
To qualify for the honor roll, Idea of purchasing groceries for :. AEA) school .

units must have an education Remain OpenThe families in time for Christmas originated Marine Officers ...... with the high-

training percentage of 100 or Naval Air Technical in the Plant Division oi Ondrako est averagein

more. The percentages are largely Training Center Telephone cen- O & R in 1950, with all seven his class of 63 Marines and
Cited For Korean
determined by the number of ter will remain open throughoutthe divisions following suit. Last yearO Navy personnel.

courses being taken and the number holiday season keeping its & R gave baskets to 150 fami- Ondrako drew future duty in his

completed, as against the regular schedule from 1530 to lies.O Combat ActionDecorations home state, where he has been

number of personnel aboard. 2230 on weekdays and 1000 to & Ka combined seven Shop assigned to NAS, Columbus, Ohio.
for action
Fighter Squadron 33 copped 2230 Sundays. I Committees, with Mary Dunbar againstthe Nugent will remain here as an in-

ninth place to give Fleet Air Jack- There will be free fruits, nuts presiding chairman, are in chargeof two enemy officers in Korea of the were Marine awardedto Avi- structor:

sonville five of the top ten places and candies for all visitors to the this year's Christmas project. ation Detachment at NATTCenterlast Pfc. Ondrakois 'W

and had three more; VE-101; Flag telephone center on Christmas a graduateof
Saturday, during a review of
Administrative Unit ComFair, and Day. The Center will be open To Herald AviationJames the Detachment's 3,000 personnel. Warren Har- I f L1
VC-62; within the first fifteen. ding High
from 0930 to 2230 on Christmas
H. Capt. Lavern J. Oltmer, new
Doolittle has announced
There in. School in War-
were 67 units all listed on ,
Day. with an OK from President billeting officer, was presented the and entered
the honor roll.40,000th. ren, -
Because of the rush it will be Truman and President-elect Eisen- Distinguished Flying Cross for the Marine
practically impossible to complete hower-plans for a nationwide ce- 'extraordinary achievement' while Corps in

GCA long distance calls on lebration to herald the 50th anniversary serving as a transport plane com- March, 1D I 5 2. !
Christmas Day, it is warned. Per- of flight next year. mander during the early days of
Nugent e o mi i
call before Dec. 25 the Korean ''
sonnel must fighting. -
Observances will begin Dec. 17, pleted school in
Landing Handled to assure contact. Two gold stars in lieu of his Nugent
1952 and
continue Dec.
through Henderson where he
Ky. graduated -
third and fourth Air Medals
OI 17, 1953. (AFPS). from Barrett Manual
awarded to Major Edward Training.
By Local Unit 17The Schnettler, MAD executive L.I High School.

He served with Marine Fighter

40,000th ground control Squadron 312 in Korea and was

approach landing handled by decorated for actions during De-

GCA Unit 17 was made last cember 1951, and January 1952.

Monday at 1932 when the local ''atI1i:41S > r

unit assisted in landing a P2V each Community Center

piloted by Lt. Robert Nichols Invites Servicemen
and Ens. Eugene Harm both of dl
Patrol Squadron 741. The Armed Forces Service

Club, sponsored by various
On hand to present the cere- :
\ .civic organizations provides A very Merry Christmas to all
monial cake to Lt. Nichols, was
' free dancing for service per- of you from the Public Workst'
\ '
Lcdr. Robert A. Shirley, unit
Department. give special
commander! every Saturday eveningat
the Community Center,' mention this week to our Utili-

'., Manning the GCA truck for Jacksonville Beach.Admittance ties Division which donated

the landing was Bedford Roark, is by uniform or some 8 or 10 Christmas basketsto

*AC1, approach control l; Harry identification card and refresh- needy families in Jacksonvilleand

Knapp, ACt, elevation control, ments are served. vicinity.

Sand Dan Walton ACC, director. Don't forget the Publie Works }

on hand were James Guy, """' _1'I>>>m. ____ <-,.....t"' ''',...,., 'v. ,.< ''''''''"'. ............___ St. Nicholas is said to have died Christmas Dance, Friday, Dec.
ET2, technician and Louis Mor- HUSKIES LEAVE THEIR 1\IARK--comdr. George D. Ches- about US A.D. It was believed 19, Post 88, Southside. Charlie

ris, ACt, outside observer. qulere, skipper of Patrol Squadron Three's Huskies, views a that for 30 dais ci ier his fcciiva! Green and his orchestra will pro '

The unit which was formed painting of the squadron's Insignia sketched on a walkaway some- day his genial spirit roamed the vide the music for dancing. Tic.
in the Mediterranean by artist Lowell Bryan AN
here ia 1946 has handled an ave- where area earth. He gave gifts without kets are on sale from membersof
(right). VP-3 recently finished two week's operations with NATO
'. rage of 800 landings per month surface forces and units of the Sixth Fleet in "Operation Long- thought of return, thus exempling /,,- 'the Recreation Committee.Plan .

for the last year. tep". The crew also visited various Med ports. the true spirit of Christmas' for a big evening x

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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 18 December 1952

I.< ,
"" ,'."' Linksmen OtteR

Battles For '53

'F i
Team BerthsA

E s
r ffy mixed foursome tournament.
__ will be held Sunday afternoon,

I: 1300 at the Naval Air Station golf

I "\ course for all officers and wives,

:", '. .' to be followed with a Christmas
With John M. Cbarvat 1'S party in the golf shack. Mrs. Bet
:: ;
:. ,i ty Woodward la in charge of ar-
Down the line of sports at NAS through the dying year

of 1952 it has been our pleasure to come in contact with nu- : rangements.Plans .

merous men who are instrumental in the varsity and intra- are underway now for the

mural athletic setup on this station. formation of next year's golf

Each, in his individual capacity, is a link in the chain team, which is slated to see actionin

which provides Jax Navy a well rounded sports program, early January. Schedule arrangements -

built the foundation that satisfied ,:
.... on men recreationally are are under the direction -/
contented men.
of golf pro Jack Harvey.
To each of these gentlemen and to the many who play
Erwin Green Cove
the behind the scenes and participating roles this department Scott

wants to extend best wishes for a prosperous New Year and Yr Springs, appears headed for the

Merry\ Christmas. : number one position on the squad.

Tonight's cage bill should be a corker. The Central Scott has posted four consecutive .. .

College Eaglesho nest in Fayette; 1\10.\ are consideredone : sub par rounds of 71 in recent
in the It'sa 1' weeks. Bob Wallace, Ken Sutton -
of the better small college teams country.
WHERE'S HE GOING-Bill Nemini, Camp Gordon guard, has
Dave Moody, and Lcdr. Foxx
team that has won its conference championships 11 that puzzled look as he watches Jax: Navy's Dick Tate go high i
times in the past 22 years, three times out of the last for a lay-up in last week's 72-62 win for the Fliers over' Provost are expected to bolster the Fliers
four years. Marshal General Center of Camp Gordon Ga. Tate collected: 17 I chances against service and sol-
points to aid the locals in their fifth win of the season. lege competition.A .
The Eagles represented Missouri, which is the 16th dis-
Pensacola transfer, Ray Bel-
trict of the NAIB, at the tournament in Kansas City for the
lany will be a big asset to the
past two years, taking third place in 1950. Their won-lost Moody Jets Derail Fliers''Victory local swingers. Having played two '
reocrd for 1951-52 was 24-5.
seasons with the Goshawks In addition
It's hard to fathom whether an irate student from Geor- to college experience with

gia Teachers College or another of the local "fans" penned the Limited' 59.57 the University of Maryland. Bel-

following lines to cage tutor rank McCaffrey. In either in- lany is a smooth stroker who is

stance it's only a guess, because the sardonic author chose to well adapted to the southern cli-
remain anonymous to what is little more than a literary Basketball for the 1952 season comes to a close tonight mate.

fiasco. in the Mainside gym when the winnin'st Jax Navy team in In last Saturday's blind bogey
numerous hosts Central College of :Missouri at 2015. o
The card read "As at years
post : a spectator your game turney John Hughes emerged/ the
Monday night (Dec. 8, the eve of the Fliers, 68.66 con- But save your score cards, there will be at least 19 winner with Bob Wallace second

quest of the highly touted Professors), may I say as a games after the turn of the New Year. and Joe Sandefur third. Scott's

sportsman, that you should feely deeply ashamed to win Moody AFB snapped the Fliers ner was guilty of two dozen personal 71 was good for low gross honors.
the in such The officiating ab- skein of four straight wins last but the
game a manner. was so fouls while the Fliers A field of 20 participated
If can't win with- week, edging the high !scoring locals :
surdly one-sided it was sickening. you number was below the anticipatedfield.
59-57, In a road engagement. less sinful with U.
out HOMERS YOU SHOULD QUIT. Signed, A fan for .
an even shake for visiting teams." However, the Fliers gained'win TILE : .
number five later In the week by Turner ArB ((6%)
In his futile attempt at criticism of the game the writer rt..r Fa }'TA 1"1' rr 7P
clipping Turner AFB, 73-62, at Weaver t 4 6 2 3 10
has shown little than freshman There
t more Anderson t. 3 15 3 4 ''II
were calls missed, but no more for one squad than another.In home.An Cooper t....... 0 0 0 4 0
eight-point difference la Decou t 0 0 0 3 0
a game as close as that one it is impossible to catch every Carpenter c. 7 5 4 4 18
foul. the third period by :Moody was Stetson, c... G 2 1 4 1.1 1Fft e :w:
Can'bery g. 2 0 0 1 4
the turning point last Tuesday Nlemi g .... 3 3 2 1 8
this station will be
Further mail to athletic directors on I
as the Filers could not overcomethe
appreciated, but wouldn't it be better if names were added? Tots .. .25 :n 12 24 62
full deficit, despite rallyingfor
It's a lead pipe cinch that coaches aren't introduced to the
19-potnU in the final MaL
patrons as John Doe. They can take the remarks, how about lax Navy (71)
Player 1"0 FTA FT rr TP
The Fliers hel da 16-12 advant-
the fans? Signed, A sports writer for an even shake for Relnhardt f.3 5 .I 2 9
age after the first quarter,but fell Yen t ...... 0 0 0 0 0
home teams. Tate. f...... 5 8 T 2 17
behind 32-31 at the intermission.Moodys ....
stelma t 1 0 0 0 2
Every team has its unsung heroes and the Jax Navy defense, and two Zoda. c ...... 3 6 5 5 11
cage squad is no exception. In Bob Reinhardt and Ward guys Welset g ... 3 4 3 1 9 ,
named "Joe" who persisted in excessive Ultf'r. a.... 0 0 0 0 0
Weisel the Fliers have two reliables who are the clutch Grabaz I -.8 10 9 4 25Total. "Merry Christmas, you'reon
whistle tooting:; when the
hitters when the going is tough. Fliers were dribbling, limited ...23 33 n H 73 K. P.!"

Ward is the bespectacled 5-11 gentleman with the sure-! Coach Frank McCaffrey's athletesto

shot from the free throw line (he's missed only three of 18 a scant seven-points in the FOOTBALL SPECIAL

attempts this season). Last week against Turner AFB third quarter.
"Truman" popped eight margin-widening points in the fourth Final for 1952
Vince Zoda tallied an even dozen

quarter to insure victory over threatening Air Force ag- for the losers, while teammate Bob Tulsa _______vs_.._.???._?._... FloridaSo.
Grabaz and Dick Tate had 11
Reinhardt and Weisel in their second California .__.__?..VS._......__........._.__ WIsconsin
are season each. Grabaz did all his scoringthe

with the Fliers. Bob is currently riding a 10.7 average first half and was nlver even Tennessee _._?_?...?_...._vs..___. Texas

through the first six games and has been an important cog on the gratis line in the second Georgia TechAlabama ...... .. MississippiSyracuse
-- -- ----
in the local's tip-off quintet. '

It's coach know that he's half.Against ___._.._.__?..?.?._vs.....?.._.__?_...._._._...
a comforting thought to any to Turner the Fliers finda

got some behind the headline scorers who can get him out of new offensive weapon, the free East Texas State ..._....._....__vs._____.?_ Tenn. Tech

a jam.FOLLOWIN' throw. Using it to the fullest ad- Miss. Southern S,.__.__.__._vs.._.._.?.__..._,.. College of Pacific
THE FLIERS-Dan Ianuzzi, sports editorof vantage for the first time this .

the Jax Air News in 1948, sent Editor Andy Planey a note season, the locals broke open the 101st Airborne Dlv. :.._...........vs..._...__.__.'"".. San Diego NTC

last week from his new duty station at Pensacola. Dan reports game in the second half after East __..... ...?vs_......_.?...?.............._...-._. West
that Malonoski Joe Sinko and Larry Weldon with leading only 29-28 at coke time.
Blue .__....VS_._._...._.._?__.?_ Gray
the Fliers' 48 NATAC championship eleven, are also on the The visitors out-scored the

same base. Malonoski, Sinko and Dave Barksdale, who Fliers by two buckets from the Sam Houston State _._....vs."_.._._.....__.. N. E. Okla. State

coached this year's squad at Jax, were All-East Coast selec- field, but Jax Navy capitalized North -_.___._vs_._......_..__...___.._.....__ South
tions that season as the Fliers gained national recognition on 27 of 33 attempts from the

'" Our appreciation to Lt. (jg) Jack Ratzlaff of Supply, free throw line to gain the ver> Name

; for a ride to Oklahoma. We're leaving tonight for a 16-day diet Turner could count but 12 Rate/Rank.

4 leave, but will be back to resume duties for the Jan. 8 edi- successful pitches from the same Unit Assigned To Phone

tion The following comes as quite a shock to sports fans distance.

in this area: Parris Island's cage entry lost its first"three Turner led 14-12 at the com RULES I

court frays, bowing twice to Pelzer Mills and once to Fort pletion of the first quarter and 1. To enter the contest you indicate your choice of each winner by
placing an (x) or circle the team select to win. Scores must be
Jackson. However, the topic of discussion around the Leath- with only three minutes remain- you
written U alongside the first five
teams on the ballot. Total point spread
erneck camp is still football where Bob Schnelker, George ing in the second had 28-18 will be considered for tie breakers.

Radosvich and Billy Hayes made the first string Armed bulge. Tate and Grabaz took 2. Entry blanks Incompletely filled out will not be considered. Contestants -.
Forces all-service lineup. charge at that point to span the must make all the selections plus Indicating the score of the tiebreakers -
to be eligible. ,
Pete Anderson and Ed Carpenter, with the PMGC of gap and go ahead by a point at 3. In the event a game It postpone for any reason it is automatically
Camp Gorden in the Mainside gym last week, were both the buzzer. excluded from the contest final ratings. 6"
starters for the University of Wisconsin quintet before an- Grabaz, who has been held to 4. Entry blanks must be submitted not later than 1630 Friday Dec.OW.. I

,, swering the service call "He's a good boxer and I less than 24 points only twice 19, to the Jilt Air News Office In the Special Services Building 930.
9. AU military and civilian of
personnel, with the exception
do lot of for coach Al Mueller this season had 25 points for the personnel
think he'll a winning us, boxing of the Jax Air News, are eligible to enter the contest.
told this corner Monday when we asked of welterweight evening while Tate, giving his S. Only one entry to each person will be allowed.
Marty Dcnklns. Marty was fresh from a one-sided decision best performance thus far, had 17. 7. Winners will be announced In the Jax Air News, Jan. 8.

over Leo Sirois at Raiford Prison last week-end, defeatingthe Ed Carpenter and Charlie Stetson TICK DOLLARS IN PLUSES
fighter who floored Sammy Williams early in the paced the visitors attack with First prize U a fire-dollar chit for merchandise at the Navy Exchange ,
same : ; MaNuS prize U a three-dollar chltL.; third prize Is a two-dollar chit.
18 and 13 Tor-
points, respectively.
season .



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18 December 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

RulesAltered, Leather Pushers


So Is Score; J 6 Defeat Raifori

Waves UpsetServing Jax Navy boxing team returned -
to the winning tide of the

with their best silver, ledger last week with a convincing a
new linen and a full course of 1 > 6 S KX decision over Raiford Prison.

southern fried hospitality, the ..1i The Fliers lost only one of six
NAS Waves proved gracious hostesses t. L_ S > f > bouts, while a single draw was
,, : -
to the visiting Lady Ma- recorded.

rines of Parris Island last Sunday .; Main event of the afternoon wasa

," In the Mainside gym. ; S.. welterweight melee featuringthe

Going so far as to change from at 'S 55 4x Fliers' Marty Denkins and un
AAU to high school rules the local defeated Leo Siroia. Denkins'won
.e .. the verdict with his
gals watched a halftime margin confusing
o: dwindle to a 50-45 defeat as southpaw style.

C the skirted Leathernecks caught Bob Cline, a newcomer at 155

fire in the third heat to dominate for the locals, displayed seasoned

play. polish in defeating Preston Wea-

o Visitors Tall x r don. Ron Burnsworth declsioned

The Waves' defensive trio could Victor Avila in a 13 -pound go

could not cope with the towering to make it three straight for Jax:

shots of Joyce Bredbener, who h i. Navy.
1511 'n_ Raiford's single win was at 140-
tallied 15-points, and the driving
layups of Mary :Mlaveckl and Ruth I ,VIE FOR CITY HONORS-Victors in their first three outings, the Waves basketeers are pounds, where Joe Williams out-
Schwab the visitors held I destined to be one of the best combines in a long time here. Team members are, front row (left pointed Don SherrilL Willie
as a to right), Mary Cummings, Ann Simmons, Coach Ann Winn, Kay Shorb and Shirley DeLaverrne. Simms, Jax Navy lightweight, and
, 35-32 advantage into- the fourth Standing, manager Lavaun Eckels, Ruth Richardson, Martha Simmons, Yvonne King, Joyce Bitter I Charlie
Mae Knox Alice Johnson Iva MacDonald Barbara Jean and Robinson fought to a
quarter.Iva Lucy Rye, Myrna Mendy, Dyer I
Jo Ann Windisch, scorekee r. standstill
MacDonald carried the bur-
Navy's final verdict was at 160.
den of the Waves' attack, popping
Willie Fisher left hooked Art

25 mates effortless Ruth Richardson points, while and team-Kay VC-62 Cagers Jf1X nut I news :Mininger into submission for his

fifth win of the season.Banshees .
respectively.Shorb chimed in with 12 and 8, Seek LaurelsIn .. .

Trailing only 45-43 with 2:06: Once

remaining, the Waves were un- City LeagueWith ot$ Beaten So FarThe
able to span the gap in the waning -
big Al Bullard leading the
minntes as Miavecki hit a
Banshees of Fasron Six
way a strong VC-62 quintet has
pair of fielders and one charity
own an impressive record in
begun to make its bid felt in local cage
shot before the buzzer for the vi-
competition through the
I basketball circles with victories In young
sitors while MacDonald could its last two outings against Jacksonville season thus far, winning their
count but one field goal for the teams. fSU Nips Fliers 43.40 only two City League starts and

homestanders. I :First of these came last Saturday dropping one of five practice -

February Rematch In a 61-54 exhibition
A rematch is slated for Feb. 21 against the perrennially toughR. In Indoor auk Meet tilts.VC62 and Great Southern

on the Islander's maples. Tuesday C. Motor Line squad and the have fallen victim to the high

night the Waves battled Pepsi other was copped Monday whenS. scoring Fasron aggregation,
Cola: in a City League game, but B. Hubbard was snowed under Florida State University's redoubtable aquatic team which averages only 5-11. The

no score was available at press 74-47 In a City League game. I edged Jax Navy's varsity swimmers, 43-40, last Wednesday VC'ers fell 80-66 and Great
time. The defeat Sunday was the I in the Indoor Pool at NATTCenter as the Seminoles held a Southern was thumped 15-52.

Waves' first in four starts. Last week the Jetmen made a six-four advantage on first place points.Jax Standouts have been Bill Bailey -

Alice Johnson was the Waves' short-handed venture into Geor- Navy's 400-yard free style Leroy "Mutt' Pasco, Bradley
standout on defense, but the gia for gaes with star-studded relay team of John Moulin, Dave where Richardson of FSU splashed Kidd, Jim Murray and Les Reed.

change of rules hampered her Camp Gordon varsity and Turner Slavin, Harold Ferris and Dave through In the winning time of Horace Looney handles the

play considerably. Under AAU Air Force Base and suffered 111- Carr churned to victory in 4:03.6to : 1:53.3.: Bill Roberts was second for I coaching reins.According .

regulations, which are followed in 63 and 88-74 setbacks on conse- narrow the final margin over the Fliers and Burwell of FSU i .

Girls' City League competition, cutive evenings despite Bullard the well-balanced attack presentedby third. to legend, the crown

each team is allowed a roving tossing in 51 points in the two the visitors. was of thorns was plaited with holly.

forward and guard. Johnson fills gaes. Bill O'Donnel edged FSU's The berries were white until the

the billet under these rules, but The locals were leading Turner, Barwell in the 400-yard freestyle Victor McLaughlin garnered top Crucifixion, after which they turned

in high school play, she was not who edged Jax Navy 59-57, as posting a winning time of honors In the 200-yard breast a deep blood red.

allowed past the center line. far as the last quarter though and 4562.: The local's third first place stroke for Jax Navy, breezing by

,." fell by the wayside when they had was in fancy diving where Mur- FSU's Bailey and Burwell in IM Cage Meeting

Turkey Shoot Saturday to finish the game with only three land Searight and Gil Whitaker 2:50.9.In: Slated For Jan. 6

held players on the floor. finished one-three. the 100-yard free style Ba-
A Turkey Shoot will be
... ... Intramural basketball at
a. ruch of FSU was first, Jax Na-
Dec. 20 by Wesconnett VFW Post
'" Jacksonville VC- Mainside will have its official
7909 on Blanding Blvd. Returning to The Seminoles opened the meet vy's Carr second and Ray of the
in opening in mid-January it was
their third
62 suffered as
Proceeds from the shoot will go with a victory in the 300-yard Seminoles third. Winning time, announced by the Special Ser-
many nights when they medley relay. Castagna, Bailey 565.
Into the fund for a new building. vices Department this week. A
80-66 match with
In a losing
and Van Rise breezed to the win
Ammunition will be furnished at Roberts and Warren Hough of meeting will be held Tuesday
Fasron 6. Bullard high point
$1.00 per round and entrees canuse' with 26 in 3:33.7.: Walter picked up top the Fliers finished second and morning, Jan. 6, at 0930 at
honors again, this time
for the visitors in the 200-
own guns.Lighted points third, respectively, behind FSU'sLurie Special Services Building 930.
counters. yard free style, while O'Donnelland in the 200-yard backstroke.
candles were placed in Tomorrow night VC-62 will tan- Slavin were second and third Winnnig time, 2422.: It is mandatory that all
the windows in medieval times to gle with R. C. Motors, this timein for the Fliers. Winning time was teams seeking entry Into the
scheduled for Thurs-
Originally league be present at the meet-
.Child a City League game at Lee 2:24.5.
welcome the Christ on
day, Dec. 11, the meet was helda ing. Rule changes will be dis-
Christmas Eve. High School gym. Navy's team captain Carr was i day early due to arrangement cussed and a schedule arranged.
spaced between Wells and Durhamin I difficulties.

the 50-yard free style. Well's'. --
52 Football Bowl LineupDECEMBER time was 25-seconds. __

One of the standout races was S-- N-
20 the 150-yard Individual medley
Poinsetta Bowl, at San Diego: San Diego NTC vs. BOlling _

DECEMBER 23 Fasron Six Cops

North-South game, at Miami: Seniors from north and I L : Ik
NAS Maple TitleFasron : S,.
south of Mason-Dixon line. S

DECEMBER 27 Six No. 1 took top hon- k i __ _
East-West game, at San Francisco: Seniors from east and _
ors in a playoff last week for the
west of. Mississippi River. _
S I NAS intramural bowling title, _
+ at Ala.: Seniors from north
I Blue-Gray game, besting Fasron 109, 4-0, on the
,S : and south of Mason-Dixon line. Mainside alleys. The winners gain- .5
.. Galveston TexasSam Houston State vs.
Shrimp Bowl, at ed the all-station playoff with w ,

Northeast Oklahoma State. I AE School, NATTCenter champs,
which is currently underway.In .
Rose Bowl, at Pasadena: Southern Cal. vs. Wisconsin.
round robin for
a four-way
Sugar Bowl, at New Orleans: Georgia Tech vs. :Mississippi.
second place, Fasron 109 and Spec-
Cotton Bowl, at Dallas: Texas vs. Tennessee.
ial Services posted easy wins, de- __ _
Orange Bowl, at Miami: Alabama vs. Syracuse. 4
a. feating VJ-2 and Dental, respec- dfi
. .. Gator Bowl, at Jacksonville, Fla..: Florida vs. Tulsa. _
Tangerine Bowl, at Orlando, Fla.: East Texas State vs. tively. _____ m____
Tennessee Tech. Don Lamay rolled the high ser- ALLEY CHAMPS-Fasron Six's victorious Mainside bowling
vices' for the victorious Fasror squad receives a trophy for its work on the alleys from Ensign
Sun Bowl, at El Paso, Texas: :Mississippi Southern vs.
Six quartet, a 503 that came o* Tom Wood, assistant recreation officer at Mainsid. Accepting
College of Pacific. games of 136, 211, 156. Osewal he award is Don LeMay. Team mates are (left to right), Stan
,.. Salad Bowl, at San Diego, Calif.: San Diego NTC vs. resowiak, Howie Wrixon, Jim Manno, and Bennie Trnskowbkt.
was high for the losers with a
101st Airborne Division. The Fasronites defeated Fasron 109, 4-0, to gain a players with
460 aeries: the NATTCenter representative for the all-station title.




Page Eight JAX AIR -NEWS 18 December 1952

PRONCHICsa Full Yuletide Program Outlined I

EUGENIA. ; 't.

';i y l-BlANC. s CHARVAT For Patients At Naval HospitalChristmas .

in a hospital hasa
tree beside his bed. These
spirit all its own, and this
which will later 1xt
holiday season will long be remembered -

by patients at the planted on the* *hospital. grounds ''A'.1

Naval Hospital Jacksonville. .
b Gaily decorated fruit basket
Activities are already in full
swing, with more to come, as efforts contributed by local fruit mer..
stoat chants will be distributed to the
are being made to make thisa
r wards on Christmas Eve. Also,
memorable time for those unable -
EU Santa Claus will arrive in person
to be with their families this
fuel NElllcZ2 with stockings well filled and bear.
'' MERRY ing a present for each patient.
Ward parties started Dec. 16

a AXARNfW with American Legion Post 293 AE School At
w STAFF as sponsor. The Dec. 17 ward

party was sponsored by the National Center 'Takes

Council of Jewish Women.
r er Care of It's Own'Students
Another ward party is scheduledfor

KIM HASPCR Saturday, Dec. 20 under the of Aviation Elec

sponsorship of the Duval County trician's Mate School at the

w1ulAMS p Chapter of American War Moth- Naval Air Technical Training

ers. Center have a big heart.

xLJ4\ Tonight there will be a decorating A Marine private first class

party in the Recreation Hall, had sickness in his family. He Ja).,
with hostesses invited to partici- needed to send his wife home .-

pate. Monday, Dec. 22, the Baga- to New York Personnel of AE

ley School of Dancing will pre- School heard of his plight. By

Ik'I sent a variety show for patients. noon of the same day, $40 was
collected, enough for a plane

Twenty-six Christmas trees will ticket and necessary inciden

be set up and decorated by the
In Time For Christmas tals.Chief
Christmas Trees On Sale patients in the various wards. The James H. Smith, leading

ward having the best decoratedtree chief of AEA) School,

Personnel can buy Christ will be given an award on who has sparked many such
Awarded To 69
the station. The $2,345
mas trees on Tuesday, Dec. 23 by Capt. DwightJ. drives commented, "Personnel

Navy Exchange has a varietyof Wharton, commanding officerof here at the school give'to manyof

trees at the tennis courts, the Hospital. Judges for the the unfortunate in this divi

directly west of the Recrea- Here For Suggestions contest will be members of the sion. It is a source of great

tion Building 3, southwest of Jacksonville Garden Club. pride to all of us that the AE
the Mainside Retail Store.emmm.
Monday, Dec. 22, the Jackson- School can take care of itsown.
Sixty-nine Naval Air Station employees will be awarded Ben ."
ville Garden Club will distribute
eficial Suggestion checks before the Christmas holidays. The checks,
I 400 decorated miniature Christmas Within the past six months
totaling $2,345, will be presented in brief ceremonies later.
has been contributed -
I trees. Each patient will have a some $3,500
E. J. McKinney, Jr., of the and service of ignition terminal by students to unfortu
Overhaul and Repair department, I nates. "This sounds unbelievable -
Items offering for sale articlesof blocks to permit use of a new
( will receive the highest award of ," stated Chief Smith, "but
property such as washing ma- $245.00. McKinney's suggestionto screw type electrode.For I it's true."

chines, automobiles, furniture radios lengthen the stem bushing in the design of a special tool

clothing and the like are the water regulator to preventthe to permit disassemply of pipe assembly -

prohibited by Defense Department diaphragm pin from travel of the clutch shaft, James I Thurs. Dec 18 Austin ANP( )

regulations. This column will, how- ing past the operating switch N. Gorman was granted an awardof Battle At Apache

ever, list such services as avail limits will save approximately $110.00. Pass ..._............... Jeff Chandler Honor ManWith
able housing, rides wanted and $8,760 the first year it is in op Fit I>*(>. 19

lost and found articles or other eration. Sixty-four of the checks will Winning of the West Gene Autry a final average of 92.48,

similar notices.) S S be for employees of 0 & R and Sat. Dec 20 Pfc. Roland R. Austin finished

FOR RENT The next highest award was five will be granted to employeesof Redball Express .... Jeff ChandlerSun. first in a class of 314 marines

Furn. apt., 1321 Laura, Ph. 5-7709, granted to Seth D. Reece for his the Public Works department.The Dl'{'. 21 and sailors in Airman Preparatoryschool

Mrs. Hiatt. design of a test unit for check- Committee on Awards, Androcles and the last week,
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 4349 Woodmeer, ing tip tank fuel transfer Lion .................... Victor Mature
systems with the cooperation of station A former Wil
Ph. 2-7251, :Mrs. Kidd. Mon. Dec.o 22
without of the-
operation management and \he DisbursingOffice I liams College
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house, 6414.103rd The Thief of
aircraft engine. Reece will receive made a last minute effort student major-
Ph. 2-8706, :Mrs. Ogilvie. for this idea which I Venice ................ Maria Montez
$205.00 to process these suggestions in order ing in political
Furn. 2 rm. apt., $55 mo., 3215 Tues Dec 23
will save $7,200 the first year, to distribute the award I science, Austin
Oak, Ph. 88-9222, Mrs. Harrison. The Desperate
and In addition improves the checks before Christmas. I, entered the
Furn. 4 rm. apt., avail. Jan. 1, of Search .................. Howard KeelWed.
safety this operation.W. Marine Corps
2826 Sidney, Ph. 2-6569, Mr. Dec. 21. t,
E. Early and J. P. Carswellof in July of this {1
Murdock. Island Rescue ......... David Niven
0 & R will share an awardof year. He took
Unfurn. apt., 4247 San Juan, Ph. NATTCenler !
$100.00 for their suggestionto hi recruit ,;
8-2431, H. W. Lotz. Thurs. l>t>>c. 18 -'"
provide a positive cut-off in training Austir-;
Furn. 2 bdrm. house, $65 mo., The Cimarron Kid .. Beverly Tyler .
chromic acid plating tanks to at Parris Island.
Ph. 98-4158, :Mr. Hedgepeth.Furn. FrU Dec. 19
prevent siphoning of solution After of his three
5 rm. apt., $85 mo., 4089 Battle At Apache
Green, Ph. 2-8279, Mrs. Cadoura. I I from tanks in the event heating Pass .................., Jeff ChandlerSat. years in the Marines, Pfc. Austin
coils should rupture or developa plans to return to college, with
Furn. 4 rm. apt., $75 mo., 4089 Dw. 20
leak. physics as his main interest. His
Green, Ph. 2-8279, Mrs. Cadoura. Winning of the West..Gene Autry
S S home is Stratford, N.Y., where he
Furn. 5 rm. apt., $75 mo., 2802 Sun. Dec. 21
An award of will be graduated from Central
$135.00 .... Jeff Chandler High
College St., avail. Dec. 15, Ph. Redball Express
divided by R. B. Edwards and School.
ext. 8139 or 8-6005, :Mrs. Kap- Mon. Dec. 22 .
pelman. J. C. Martin of 0 & R for their Androcles and the ... J

Furn. 2 rm. apt., and sing m s., suggestion to permit the rework Lion .................... Victor Mature Blood Collections

2135 Riverside, Ph. 88-8414, Mrs. TIM*. l>e-c.- 23
Usry. Furn. 4 rm. apt., 3636 Cyprus, Ph. The Thief of Altered SomewhatFor

Furn. apt., 3804 Boone Park, Ph. 2-3147, Mrs. Tison. C' ed bd y i Venice ................ Maria Montez Holidays

S 2.1208, Mrs. Richardson. FOR SALE :- .a Wed. Dec 24
2 bdrm. house, 2558: Orchard St., The Personnel are reminded that
Furn. 2 bdrm. house, $75 mo., Ph. Desparate
2-9779, Mrs. Mueller. Ph. ext. 611, M/Sgt. N ls. Search .................... Howard Keel collection of blood at the Naval

3 dble. rms., day or week, 2601 4 bdrm. house, 5279 North River : NAVAL HOSPITAL Air Station Infirmary will discontinue -

Park, Ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Hous- Rd., Ph. 98-5422, Mr. Boatright. I Thurs. Dec. 18 at the close of opera
ton. :5 rm. house, Ph. 8-5609, Mrs. Kap- A l lN The I Don't Care tions on Tuesday, Dec. 23, and

.............. resume on the morning of
Furn. rm., $7.50 wk., Ph. 88.7812, pelman. Girl ...... ... Mitzi Gaynor
:Mrs. W. H. Klein. I MISCELANEOUS Fit Dec. 19 Monday, Dec. 29.

Furn. 2 bdrm. apt, 2031 Herschel I Ride wanted from Lakeshore via The Cimarron Kid-Beverly TaylorSat. The Blood Center will also

Ph. 7-6503, Mrs. Griffin. I nursery, 0700 to 1530, Ph. ext. Dec. 20 be closed from the end of work

Furn. 2 rm. apt., Ph. 27216Mrs., 341. Battle At Apache ing hours Tuesday, Dec. 30 until

Legrand. Baby sitter, 2120 Herschell, Ph. Pass .................... Jeff ChandlerSun. ( the morning of Monday, Jan.

Furn. eff. apt., $40 mo., 4514 Col- 2-9502, Mrs. Joyner Dec> 21 5.

lege, Ph. 2-9787, :Mrs. Harris. Baby sitter, day or evening, Ph.' Winning of the West..Gene Autry Regular schedules will be

Furn. 2 bdrm. apt., 5207 San Juan, 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. Mon. Dec.> 22 carried out on Dec. 29 and 30, .

Ph. 2-5677, Mrs. Geiger Driving to Boston on or about Dec. ;. 'H<\.);'. .-;: + Redball Express .... Jeff Chandler and resumed on Jan. 5. .>
n :
.__.... ...R
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 7362 103rd, Ph. 20, Ph. ext. 8110, Mr. Sadler. I --- -'- tTues. Dec. 23 This is in accordance with

2-2397, Mrs. Williams. Found-man's ring In Overhauland PREMIUM STOCKPhotographers Androcles and the the plan proposed by the Arm

Furn. 6 rm. house, Ph. 2-2897, Mrs. Repair department. Contact call this a stock pose. Lion ..........._....... Victor Mature ed Forces Services Medical Procurement
The swimming pool is just an \V Nl. Dee 21
O & R Safety Officer.
Williams. ; Agency, Blood and
I excuse for the gal, Ida Metcier -
Turn. 3 rm. cottage, $35 mo., Ph. Found-White Chief Hat, Ph. I to display her charms in The Thief of Blood Derivatives Group.
11282241. Mrs. Schulz. ext. 210, Williams. I bathing suit. Venice Maria Montez


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