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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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December 16, 1954


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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: i JC Toy :

t ProgramThey

: v '- : come in looking like
they are ready for the junk
pile and go out looking like

That's the story of the toy re- .
I P pair program carried out by the
Navy here in assisting Jackson
ville's Junior Chamber of Commerce
TOY,REPAIR SHOPS-While others worry about time for Christmas shopping, these fellows above are giving their time that Toys For Tots campaign.
others may enjoy Christmas. For the third straight year, the Nary in Jacksonville has answered the call for assistance in the Jun-
I ior Chamber of Commerce's Toys For Tots campaign. At the left, men from the NAS Jax fire department turn-to in repairing toys Strictly on a voluntary basis: ,
In conjunction with the campaign. Left to right are: Woody Ward, Henry Harp and W. O. Williamson. In photo at right, four Air and in their spare time, volun
man Apprentices of Aviation Electrician's Mate School at NATTCenier are doing their part for Toys For Tots. Left to right are: Rob- teers from NAS Jax fire depart-
ert Levin, Ernest Money, Donald Preunlnger and Robert Mitchell. ment and Aviation Electrician's

Mate School and Aircraft Main-
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Re-Up Break tenance Division at the Naval
Air Technical Training Center

have been repairing used toys,

For Men, In JflX} 2fluJMWU1J S tined families.with the for finished Jacksonville's products needy des

The first few loads of toys

Critical Rates repaired by Navy men have
already been delivered to the
VOL. 12-No. 38 U.S.N. A. S. Jacksonville, Fla. 16 December, 1954 : Jaycees for distribution.The .

Reenlistment without a reduction -- assembly-like repair pro-
in pay grade if they gram at the Training Center,
come back within 12 months < '" 1 ''Blackbirds' where both Sailors and Marines

from date of discharge is to- ..,, take part, is under the careful

day offered Regular Navy en- Latch On To supervision of Bion Ulmer, AEC,
listed personnel with "broken t't'f f* and S/Sgt. Carl Kendrick. The
service," if they hold one of AE Schools are under Lcdr. O. S.
11 critical ratings. Green DerbyDuring Braddock, training officer. Repair
Such a gesture by the Navyis L. :*, work is being done by stu
an exception to the rule that I f',. 00t > brief ceremonies in the dents in transient status and on

enlisted personnel step down e 1 t. ready room of Attack Squadron : liberty time, with shops at AE
grade if they remain out of the I J 45 last week, the "Blackbirds' I School being utilized for assembly
service longer than the normal I } original "Green Derby" was presented and repair.
90 days period. to the squadron by its Assistant NAS fire chief Au.

The critical ratings referredto owner, Lt. George E. Kinnear. brey Evans has had his firefight
ers at fire stations No. 1 and 2
include: electrician's mate;
Ensign Howard D. Larew, VA-
fire control technician; communications %y 45 public information officer, accepted busy as beavers in getting toys
r I ready for delivery. With little
technician pipefitter
; ; the gift for the "Black
electronics technician; machin birds". equipment to work with, the
ist's mate; I. C. electrician; ra 9 I firemen have done well in producing .
The of the Green Derby
the finished
dioman; radarman; teleman, products. As.
and sonarman.It goes back to the summer of sisting the firemen in their
1951 when the Blackbirds were chores are members of the NAS ,
was pointed out that those
deployed to the Mediterranean on Crash Crew and
reenlisting after staying out of .' -.. Clyde Phillips,
board the USS Oriskany.
DCC, along with the Special Ser-
the service longer than one year FAMOUS 'GREEN DERBY'-Ensign Howard Larew (left)
LT. KINNEAR, then a memberof vices department of NAS Jax.
will have their new pay grade accepts Attack Squadron 45's famed "Green Derby," on behalf of VA-45, was returning froma 1.
determined by the Chief of Naval the Blackbirds from its owner, Lt. George .Kinnear. Lt. Kinnear,
Personnel. Experienced and car who picked up the derby in Italy, donated the headpiece to the party at Geneva, Italy in a
squadron just before he was transferred from Jax. horse drawn cab, when he sud. Next Air News
eer personnel for shipboard billets 1 j
denly took a fancy to the driver'sderby.
are critically needed by the 14 Separate Xmas Parties
Navy. After some haggling, the Day EarlierNext
driver agreed to sell the hat to
week's issue of the Jax
Lt. Kinnear for 700 lira, slightly
ForThousands more than a dollar. Air News, which' will appeara
Friday Big Day
CAGTen0Due When Lt. Kinnear reported' for day 1954.early, will be the last

back to the squadron, his fellow
Unit and sub-unit public information
Back pilots talked him into paintingthe .
are requested
derby a bright green and attaching to have all of their copy
Of TotsEvery it to helmet.
Off CruiseNAS a ready by Friday of this week
TilE PILOT picked to wear the and pictures by Monday. The

Cecil Field will roll out son and daughter of Navy and Marine personnel, derby on set occasions shouldered Air News will appear Wednesday

the welcome mat Sunday after in this!$ area will have a visit from Santa Claus this year- a great responsibility lIe Dec. 22, instead of
noon, when pilots of Carrier Air the Navy will see to that. must make perfect landings and Dec. 23.VP.18.
Group 10 will return after an takeoffs, for it would never do
Tomorrow is the big day for
absence of five months aboard I[ at 1300. for the pilot wearing the "Green
close to 5,000 youngsters who will
the USS Coral Sea, operating as attend Christmas parties here. Santa will personally receive Derby" to take a wave off. 'Excellent'
of the Sixth Fleet in the Christmas lists and deliver
part ,
With every command at the Na- This part of leaving and reporting -
Mediterranean. val Air Station giving Santa a gifts and candy to approximately to ships and stations has At Inspection

Families and friends of the returning hand, plans for that jolly old 1,700 kiddies at these parties be- become S 0 popular with the Patrol Squadron 18 received an
pilots will be on hand to fellow to "treat" the kids are fore he whisks oft to the Naval squadron and the ship's compa- excellent in a surprise inspection
... greet the fliers. complete, and Santa's ETA has Air Station party. in the Main- nies of the ships and stations, conducted last Friday by a Fleet
The CAG aviators will performa been set in every instance.The side Gym. Lt. Kinnear decided the derby I Air Wing Eleven inspection party.
mass fly-off from the big car red-suited gent will dis- OVER 800 children of Naval Air should become a permanent part Following a personnel inspec-

rier while it is many miles off regard his sleigh in favor of faster Station personnel will watch of the squadron.So tion by Capt. Edwin J. S. Young,
shore. They are scheduled to arrive transportation, since he will movies and sing carols while awaiting before he left Jacksonville Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven
at Cecil Field shortly after appear at no less than a total of Santa's arrival there. Also last week for his new duty stationhe the inspecting party proceeded .
1200. 13 separate parties on Friday present to receive gifts and bags donated the "Green Derby"to with an administrative Inspec-
The Coral Sea will continueon and at one party Saturday morn (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) the "Blackbirds", tion.
to Norfolk, Va., where it will ing at the Naval Hospital. It is
dock and disembark the groundcrew possible he will borrow one of

and ground officers of CAG the Navy's jets for this year's II Home Loan Forms Available I .1
10. It tentatively planned, wea- visit, or Use the numerous other
ther permitting, to transportthese vehicles offered him by commit. .

men by airlift to Cecil on tee chairmen. Eligibility certificates ena- antees are servicemen who have -summer. However, issuance of regulations -
Dec. 21, 22 and 23. The order in HE WILL drop in on two separ- bling servicemen t 0 obtain served on active duty for more to put the law into
which personnel will arrive hereis ate, parties for children oft fleet home mortgage insurance than two years and who require effect had been held up while
not available at this time. personnel. One for all ComFairJax loans have been received at housing. The certificate covers the Federal Housing Administra.

Normally based at Cecil, and : activities, staff and squadrons the Naval Air Station, and homes built in Alaska, Guam, tion, other government agenciesand
commanded by Comdr. Frank C. I will begin at 1300 in Hangar can be picked up in Record Hawaii, the United States, the the services threshed out the
Perry, CAG 10 departed this area 114. From there, he will rush to Section, Room 141, Administration Virgin Islands or Puerto Rico. details.
last July and reported to Commander Hangar 140, where children of Building The home loan authority was Information on the forms can
Sixth Fleet. While in the staff and squadron personnel of Eligible for Federal Housing granted by Congress when it passed be learned by calling extension
(PIrsge Turn to Pas! 8. Col. :3))' Fleet Air Wing 11 wjll also gather Administration home loan guar- a general housing law in mid. 644, ,


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16 December
Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 1954-

I Furlough Rail Rates Continue 11

,:r mxBll1aw8tlitPursbl Furlough fares- on the na- I for members of the Armed

tion's railroads for military Forces would have expiry oa

personnel have been extended January 31, 1955.
ac wntllie Thuuday tor Navy and Matins activities at Naval Air CATHOLIC 31 1956.
to January ,
Ha. This action will
) WAS, Jaka.BtUICspt. Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- announcement refers to continue the
. John R. Thach .............. ....... ,-Commanding Officer This tax-exempt round-trip
. ConiUr. John N. Mjeis ... ..................-.........._? ?? ...._..._.__.Kx ecutlve Officer St. Edward's Chapel I military personnel traveling in fares
FWt Air r Rear Adm. John Perry ..... .. .... __..._... _.......... ., ...,. .... ..... ..... ....Commander Saturday0200. uniform at their own expense. 'O'ht-s
? ?
,, Capt. Klchaid O. Uieenc .......?..:,........_..........._.._..._................ Chief of Staff Deily0630.Sunday I The reduction in: furlough fares only.
)Meet Air WIar. Eleven: .
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young .._..._.._.... ......___.___.._._.._........... ..... .,(Commander 0630-Mass at Hospital
t'omdr. Frank D. lU.ver ............._._....._... .._........_........... .......... .....Chief lan OfacerNasal \
I Air 1"'llul Trela''., tester Chapel. '

., .. .. MORMON I '.;. :. :,; : :' '
:NlTal Hospital :
Capt. Edward S. Lone ___....._..____..._......._ .Commanding Officer 1930 Monday NATTCChaplain'i : .v.v >
Capt. L. A. Newton _....._.. ...._........._.. ............._.... ...........N.........Executive Officer Office.CHRISTIAN I
KAHTU' # :: ::
Capt. WlUon R. Hntlelt ........... ....___.......................... Commanding Officer SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside lJir"
Comdr Laurence }'. Slefftnhagtn .-.. .... ......_...\.h.. ....... ..?........Executive Officer > Chapel I Ti

The JAX AIR NEWS It published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station .
Jacksonville, }'lorida' and piloted commercially with I nun-appiopi luted funds Office on ramp.PROTESTANT. .
Ml no expen to the government and In compliancevllh I NA\KXOS l'-J3. ftrv. '
Nov. m5. Copies are distributed free of chaT&e at the Naval Air Station, 'hpi I
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reseive Tialnlng L'nlt and the 7
U. S, Naval 110 pllol. 0930-All Saints' Chapel. s
Ulor-Andrpw H. PlaneyAsslsUnt I
Editor/ -Helen Harper; Spotti 1'dlturCI..don: Rnbble. JO3: !RUff. 1100-All Saints' Chspel.
n.portl'rs-JlIl'k Holmes, I'lll ; Charles Rail, JUS Circulation Ulkttlbullon-
Chuck Paul. AO1: 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS: Is n member of the Armed Forces Prow; Ser lee ot t locai
AFI'S mateilal appealing In this publication may not be leprlnledvlthout 1 (Note: Addresses z'F
the written pi'mlwUm of Aimed, Konrs Flees Sea 1 lee. Iepuhlicalinn of other churches may be obtained by call
matter, except by venire publications, IK prohibited without p 'ntlM>lon of I
};lltor. JAX AIR NEWS I I"g the Chaplain's Office, 425))
Editorial ofnecs located Main Administration Hulldlne. Phone extension* .
8316 216 end 81C1. I

The Key To Your FutureHere I MOVIESThursday

December 16 a .. '

are a few words-"honor," "decency," and "sense of duty.. Mainside-The Black Knight, -

Think them over. You hear them spoken every day. But how often i Alan Ladd, Patricia Medina

have you seriously considered their meaning? They are important. NATTC-Three Ring Circus, .I

words. They exert a practical influence on your career in the service Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis ..SI

and on your whole life. They deserve at least a few mOn1tnu'thouRht. Hospital-Cry Vengence, -Mark I :.;. .
Stevens, Martha Hyer :I I '.: t
Friday December 17 I I ... "" '. ,,_'__'_a m_. __
For the serviceman, a long string of precepts is wrapped-up in
the single word, honor li includes the duties and obligations of all Main jde- Ruby Gentry Jennifer i COMMENDED-Alman Neeley, ((left) machinist at Overhaul
Jones, Charlton Hcston and Repair department, is presented a letter of ronimeiuljtion
citizens, in or out of uniform-obeying the spirit and letter of the
NATTCThe Black Knight from Capt. John S. Thach, NAS Jax commanding officer, by Capt.
Jaw participating in government by keeping informed and voting; I Allan Ladd Patricia Medina Wellington T. Hines, 0 k It officer, for his "resourcefulness and
I .
defending the nation when the need arises. initiative" demonstrated in the development of three brnefirUl
Hospital Three Ring Circus within short period of time. The Station's committee t.
BUT FOR THE MAN in the Armed Forces the obligations of I
Dean Martin Jerry Lewis efforts worth .
I on awards deemed Neeley's a total of $:2.i!
honor involve even more than they do for the civilian. For him, Saturday, December 18 Neeley was presented the check by Captain Hines.

honorable service might be an even better term to use than honor.It '
MainsideSiren of Bagdad -
can be defined as nothing less than the logical fulfillment of a I
Paul Htnreid, Patricia Medina To
military career. $2,185 EmployeesFor
NA TTC- Ruby Gentry Jcnmf-
I .
'7'f.: t _' fer Jones, Charlton Hcston
".i ,,,*\ \'i') rt ... ....... .
: :,a" _
The Black
.. Hospital Knight
"" .. .,"f1'.W"-1': [ .M ''t! Jt I. : -
I;:. !:fi; ; ;: t;t"tt.: 2' tt! i ;>:;\ I Alan Ladd, Patricia Medina : Beneficial IdeasBeneficial

suggestion awards totaling $2,185 plus one letter ()t

Air News Needs commendation from Capt. John S. Thach, NAS commanding ..ffi< er,

Good Reporters :: were eea.received during the past two months by Naval Air Station employ -

Are you dissatisfied with Alman F. JCeeley, Machinist in I
and James B. Netl, Jr., har",1
your present assignment? Is the Overhaul and Repair department

there any doubt of much of a received the commendationletter $50.John
J. Brewer, $45! ; R. \\'il-
future in what
you are doing in recognition of three
? liam Vogel, $40; William D. Pates: \
A successful career in the Armed Forces Involves the very now suggestions submitted! in a brief
of Why not try an exiting ca.reel' I span of time. This was judged an $25; Dewitt T Jewell, $25:
essence of honor, decency, and a sense duty. To the serviceman, Laffev,
Jenkins and Joseph D.
honor includes all the obligations of the civilian, plus: respect for with the Jax Air News? unusual accomplishment and a shared $20 Lynwood J<.. Ela k.
authority; obedience to orders; strict truthfulness; and steadfast Experienced writers are pre challenge to his associates. ;
burn US S. Walton, ,
ferred, but you don't have to $ ; Mary
courage, Neeley was also awarded $225
be the best writer in the world and Robert K Schulz, $15.
TANGIBLE PROOF EXISTS that who has for his designs, which included
a man served in the
we'll teach R
to be O & employees
you one Of
Aimed Forces has met this rigid test. It is called a Certificate of the best. $25 for to work tables, $100 fora awards In November were: Eu

Honorable Discharge piece of paper that will have crucial hydraulic jack test stand, and
a a
The working conditions are gene E. Wilsher, $75; Coy C' Hall,
$100 for a portable hydraulic filter
bearing the rest of life.
on your good a nice office in a nice unit. Capt. Wellington T. $70; Alvin C. Cone, $60Vslter;

Your eligibility for veterans' preference in government employ building where you mingle Hines, 0 & R officer, made the F. Smith $60; Ward F. Flick! *J

ment, for payment for Seivice-connected disability, for a pension, with the hoi-poloi, coffee mess l presentations. Eugene M. Ledford, shared $6();

nd many other benefits depends on the type of discharge you plus plenty of good looking i Horace G. Rhodes, $50; Lomax
FIVE OTlir.Il O & R
receive. The wrong kind of discharge, more likely than not, will women who pass by the office employees A. Osborne, Sr., and Joseph F.

deprive you of the career you desire-or, for that matter, any career occasionally.If received beneficial suggestion Stazensld, shared $50; Johnny E.

worth having. Th right kind of discharge is the one which shows it this looks good to you, i awards, totaling$100 or more McClellan] $50; Scheley }f. Darn

has been earned under honorable conditions.-AFPS). drop by the Jax Air News office I during the month of November. and James B. Neel shay ed $ !
\\ II. Chance, Jr., and Jacob C.
room 238 Mainside Administration and A. W. Hofmeister and 1*lnf4

Tcen-Agers Slate Dance Dec. 22 Building and havea Willis Procedure shared $275 for for RS2-HD-A-on Overhaul L. Williams, shared $40.

little chat with the editor. ERNEST SIKES, $35; 1'dw"rd:
All teenage dependents of Armed held from 1900 to 2230. There Maybe you're the 113965 Damper Assemblies; II. R.
guy or gal S. McCreary, $254'ilbor; n
Forces in the Jack will be I' Evans tamed J100 for a
personnel a charge of $1.15 per per we are looking for. IOUs Hayes: $25; George C. Sweet and
of the Fold
sonville; area are cordially invitedto son. I Wing Rob
Irvin Richards shared $25:
attend a dinner'dance at the | Actuators on F2H aircraft, and
Teenagers desiring to attendare I ViPabased ,
I The most effective highway ert F. Bowers and Glenn
Henry Helton
Officers' Club Dec. 22. and Alvin V.
requested to phone Mrs. .W'I safety sign is the one that says Cone shared $25; James V Blake.$2.v:

Sponsored by the Teen Age R. Bartlett, Quarter I, extension POLICE on the side of a patrol designed to$100]locate for a specialjig Lawrence P. Lee $20; Clarence

Club, the dinner dance will be 335, before December 17. I car. .'mounting points of F2II-2 the ,engine F2H- I W. Lauer, $15; Anthony J DalU-

: 3, and F2JM aircraft. I I via, $15; Rudolph] W. Schulz, $15.:

I I St. Edward's Lists Christmas ServicesIn I others These mad awards during, together October with and I liam Edward H. S.Nelson McCreary, $10,; $15 Louie: W$10 7-,

i November will mean efficiency Royal, $10; Robert L. Winne,

of production and increased safety and W. H. Albritton, $10.
keeping with the traditional Choir will render a selection of mas Day at St. Luke's Chapel at'I'I t at this activity worth hundreds The Station's Committee *n

solemn! observance of Christmas, Christmas Carols. The Choir will the Naval Hospital. of thousands of dollars. Awards also approved checks for

special religious services will be also sing the Mass. Father Robert The Crib in St. Edward's Chapel I I I STILL LEADING the incentive the following employees of ether Jh

conducted at St. Edward's Chapel Darlick, NATTCenter chaplain, awards program here, Overhaul NAS departments: George

and the Hospital Chapel for those will assist. during these special: serviceswas and Repair employees who re- Grlmmette, Industrial Relation',

ef the Catholic faith. Three masses will be offered on built during World War II ceived checks during October $20; Otis L. Owens, Supply, $25:

Father Herbert P. McNally, Senior Christmas Day, Dec. 25, at St. by German prisoners of War. I were: Dominic Commisso, |75; Earl C. Wade, Public Work, !".

NAS Chaplain, will be the Edward's Chapel. These will be Also of interest to personnel will Joseph M. Binns and Royal J, and William J. Lucas, Jr., Fii': '

celebrant of Solemn High Mass at at 0800, 0900 and 1000 and will be the beautiful nativity Bight, shared $55; Amos T. Nicks, Works, $50.

St. Edward's Chapel at 2400 on be offered by Father McNallyand I which will be located scene, $50; John I;, Clayton and Louis .
on the
Dec. 24. Preceeding this service, : Father Barlick. A Low Mass I lawn between the Catholic and Cross Baker, Jr., hand $50; Joseph A. "Did you vote for the )Mottos

the Bishop Kenny High School i will also be held at 0630 Christ- i Protestant chapels. And Richard I. Harnols, system?" ..
I shared $50, and Fred S. Pedrick You bet I did-three tifrw ,


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16 December 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Theaters Told To

Boy Scout Convert To Wide

Newsi i Screens, Or CloseMotion

Lcdr. Clarence Deeming, NAS picture theaters oper-

Commissary officer, was elected ated by the Navy and the Marine

committee chairman of the NAS Corps will find their doors closed

Boy Scout Troop 131 for the next year, if by that time their

months of January and February. present screens have not been r

Lcdr. Deeming temporarily replaces converted to the new type wider

Lt. (CJg) John L. Bell, regular screens.

chairman, who will be on This applies to service theatersin

maneuvers both the United States and

The Board of Review also approved Hawaii 15 ..K'.
t te
the advancement to Eagle A $400,000 conversion programis
Scout of Earl Pearson, who will ..- a scheduled to begin early next ';;t'l k lr,
be advanced. in January. Fourteen year, and a spokesman at the
merit badge awards were TEENAGERS GIVE DONA'1'ION-Tbe Teenage Club of NAS Bureau of Ships, which is in .
I Jax, composed of teen age dependents of Armed Forces personnel --
also approved for a group of in this area, last week presented a donation to the Red Cross charge of the conversion program
eight other scouts, including Christmas F.nd. The fund will help the Red Cross distribute tilts declared that those for Cut -
Frank Alters, Jim Baskerville, to members of the Armed Forces confined to hospital wards at which necessary monies are not May
Christmas time. Beverly Nocilla (center), treasurer of the club
Don Coleman William Curtis
will be' ordered to close
oit provided
presents the donation to Mrs, Ralph lore (right), chairman
Jack Deeming, Pat Dickson, Robert entertainment and instruction, Duval County; Chapter of the their doors.
Heyer, and Bruce McLaw- American Red Cross. Mrs. J. O. Nocilla, mother of Beverly; I Is at I "Any theater has no business Off GI Bill

horn. They will receive their the left. _. -- remaining in operation which
awards during a court of honorto fails to undergo the conversion,"

be conducted. .December 16. Christmas Services Begin the spokesman said and continued BenefitsThere
"it would be able to show

Dance Dates Cut films only once or twice weeklyif
not set to handle: Cinema- is a study underwaywith
Until JanuaryAll Sunday At AllSaintsCommemorating up the consideration to terminate -
Scope, and that would be hardlyworthwhile"
dances at the Naval Air Korea GI Bill benefit:
Screens for showing
Technical Training Center and for servicemen.
the Birth of Christ, a week-long program of training film are excluded. I
Mainside, sponsored by Special I Consideration of the termina.
special religious services for personnel of Protestant faith has been \ The Bureau listed approximately -
Services, have been cancelled for tion of the bill will begin by the
arranged at All Saints' Chapel and at St. Luke's.Chapel. at the 230 theaters found "sus II
the Christmas holiday leave periods Naval Hospital. House Veteran' Affairs Commit.
ceptible" to conversion at about
( The Holiday services will begin tee.
There will be no Sunday Schoolat : $2,000 Chairman of the CommitteeOlin
They are planned to resumein on Sunday, Dec. 19 when Chap- -.---
mid-January, lain P.F.W. Pieper will conductthe All Saints' Chapel on Dec. 23, TuesdaDec.. 21, the Mariners' E. Teaguo (D. Tex) declared
but the Navy Wives' Club Nursery he had not made up his mind
-S S 0. 0930 worship at All Saints'Chapel. will hold a Christmas programand
will provide free care for whether cut-off date should be
Chaplain Marion O. Ste. Caroling Party at the home
youngsters whose parents sing in for GI Bill and other
senior chaplain at Wilson Bartlett now
ExchangesTo phenson, new of Capt. and Mrs. ,
the Choir, or attend either service wartime benefits.
NATTCenter, will lead the morning Quarters I. All married couples

worship! at 1100 at All Saints' are invited. Tomorrow evening, Whether or not young men
Feature and at 1900 the All Saints' Youth Dec. 17, at 1900, there will be a drafted Into service should receive
Choirs, assisted by the Adult Chaplain Swetu will conduct Christmas party at the Mainsidc special readjustment assistance .

Choir, will present a Christmas I regular services at 0915 in St. Lounge for all members of the for peacetime service

Men's Night musical program. This will be Luke's Chapel on Sunday, Dec. United Fellowship of Protestantsand similar: to that afforded vet.

followed with a reception and I 26. All Saints' Choir members. erans of World War if and
i caroling in the Small Chapel. Korea, is one of the issues.If .

:,, The men in the family who S ., "' the proposal is advanced to
: haven't had an opportunity to Protestant services will also beheld limit GI Bill benefits to draftees,
,,.' select Christmas gifts for their i I at St. Luke's Chapel in Ward ': ; ReSt'*, ,,i:: 8 : the Navy, Air Force nnd Marine .
'III ladies, can, do so Monday, Tues A-l at the Naval Hospital on Corps will have a problemon

day and Wednesday nights of Sunday, Dec. 19 at 0915. Chaplain !. their hands, since each depends .

next week. I William A. Swets, hospital chaplain entirely on volunteers.

Those evenings are designated will preach on the subject Their recruitment rate could ba

as Men's Nights at the Navy Exchange "The Christmas Word," and special q0 > K expected to nosedive if readjustment 'j
and men will be on duty music will be offered by Mrs. benefits were denied volun. 1

to aid male shoppers up until 2000 William Swets, organist, who will teers.

Monday at the NATTCenter store, I play "Gesu Bambino" by Yon and d Then, on the other hand, the j

Tuesday at the Mainside Store "The Holy Night" by Buck. services have complained that

and Wednesday at the Hospital On Wednesday, Dec. 22, the St "rewards" for leaving service- .

Store. John's Lutheran Church Choir,, > E chief of which is the GI Bill and

under the direction of Paul Hope,, ; its benefits-handicaps reenlistment .
With Christmas only' six: shop.
Director of the Lutheran Service attempts.
ping days away, the Navy exchange
Center, will present a Cantata,
lists suggestions for
many "Rose of Christmas." This will be .GC Award To Four
gift items. For the ladies, thereis
held at 2000 in All Saints' Chapeland jiii y
an adequate supply of hose, POs At Center
lingerie, gowns, pajamas, hand. an open house will follow in TOP RIFLEMEN-Two top scorers in recent qualification ,
the Small Chapel. matches on the A course at Camp handing are Cpl. Paul W. Four petty officers from Avia.
bags, and costume Jewelry and o 1 Lint*, using the ]M-l rifle at prone position, and top man Cpl. I tion Electrician's Male School
perfumes.For shot 225 out of possible 250. The two
who a
Lonnie Kidd (right),
The All Saints' Choir will holda were presented gold stars for
are attached to the Marine Barracks, NAS Jax.
the men, the Men's shop in rehearsal at 1900 on Thursday their Good Conduct Medals in a

Building 3 is stocked with good Dec. 23, and then will go to Meritorious Mast conducted by

supplies of men's slacks, sport the Naval Hospital where it will Rabbit Hunting As Lad Capt. Henry C. DeLong, commanding

shirts, sweaters, billfolds, robes, sing carols. officer of NATTCenter,

jackets, pajamas and slippers. Children of the Hospital Chapel Off For MarinesThe The men and their awards

There is still a selection of toys Sunday School will present a special Pays were; James Tylee, AEC, second

at Toyland for the kiddies, and Christmas program at 1900on best training for an expert award; Reuben Mitchell, AECA,
also a variety of clothing and Christmas Eve, Dec. 24 in the rifleman in the Marine Corps be have been in the Marine Corps fourth award; John Robbins, AIR

clothing sets at both the Mainsideand hospital wards. The congregationat gins with a little rabbit shooting three years. Both intend to makeit third award; Carl Sturm, AEl

Hospital stores. St. Luke's Chapel will join in with Dad in the nearby woods a career. Both are assigned to third award.Education.

See the Country Store for a the services at All Saints' Chapelfor when one is about eight years the Navy Brig. And botlj agree .
big selection of television and the remainder of the holiday that the qualifications of an expert Center

table lamps, workshop tools and services. old.Two Marines of the Marine rifleman are practice and Reveals HoursThe

sporting goods. The Photo Shop The annual Christmas Eve Can- Barracks, NAS Jax, who have concentration.
will help too with that gift only dlelight Service will begin at qualified as experts with the M-l S 00 N A 5 Education Center
will close at 1200 each day from
you can give. rifle the "A" at Camp AU41'IARINES are required to
2300 on Dec. 24, and will be con. on course
Dec. 20 to Jan. 10, with the ex.
All Navy Exchange stores will ducted by Chaplains Stephensonand Blanding, making high and next compete once every calendar yearon .
ception of Mondays and Thursdays
remain open evenings until 2000as Malcolm A. Carpenter. All to high scores, are firmly con. the rifle range. Because of
at which time the testing
indicated below. All stores Saints' Chapel will be open at vinced that their early rabbit transfers, separations and new
will close at 1300 on ChristmasEve 2200 for those who wish to come shooting did it. men reporting aboard, four qualification section will remain open until
matches are held every 1600.
Dec. 24. The night schedule: early

Thursdays; Dee 16 and 23 CPL. LONNIE N. Kidd, 20, of year. The matches run about marksmen, sharpshooters, and expert '

Mainside Store Christmas Communion Service Gainsville, Ga., was high man three days, and the Marines prepare riflemen, 1 in that order.
About 91 percent qualify in one
will 1100 Dec. 25 Christ. with a score of 225 hits out of a for them throughout the
Friday; Dee 17 NATTC Store be at on of these three categories. Those

Monday; Dec 20 N A 1' T C mas Day, with Chaplain Pieperin possible 250, on the 200, 300 and year by "fenapping-in" practiceand few who fail to qualify may go<

Store charge. Sunday, Dec. 26, Chap 500 yard ranges. A close secondwas attending schools in shooting back to school, qualifying in the

Tuesday, Dec. 51 Mainside lain Pieper will conduct the 0900 Cpl. Paul Lints, 20, of Bowling techniques. next match: But practice goes

Wednesday Store ; Dec. 22 Hospital service, and Chaplain Carpenter Green, Ind., with a score of They compete in groups of between on continually as the Marines

Store will deliver the 1100 sermon. 221 out of a possible 250. Both 30 and 35! qualifying M re-qualify year after year ,

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Honors To AGO Class

Marines At Lists 25Graduates

2 Schools

A pair of Marines, one from k ::4

California and the other from r Comdr. Forrest Norvell, who
Kentucky; captured honor man for the last two years has servedin

loles at two NATTCcnter schools ______ an executive capacity at the

last week. a Naval Air Technical Training

T/Sgt. Gordon Barrett, a veteran tt Center, will deliver the graduation
of six years Marine Corps address Friday at Aviation

service, graduated with an aver- Ground: Officer School in King
age of 93.67 from Aviation Elec Hall at 1000.Comdr. .

trician's Mate School. He was top Norvell was relieved as
man in a class of 38 Marine and
Special Train-
Navy personnel. : ing this week to report for dutyas
.From Eureka, Calif., Barrett : executive officer of Composite
will remain at thq Training Center
Squadron Seven, Patuxent River.
to attend AEB) School.

Pvt. William} Young of Calhoun Md.He
Ky., led a graduating class of 82 has been stationed here the

at Airman Preparatory School, last two years. During the Korean

compiling an average of 89.93 FOUR NATIONS-Naval officers of three foreign nations are shown at the Naval Air Technical Campaign he served aboard
over the eight-week course. Training Center, where they are attending school. With Capt. Henry C. DfLong (left) commanding the light carrier USS Bataan in
Pvt. Young will be assigned to officer of the Center and Comdr. Ralph Bagwell, director of training (second from left) are (left the China Sea as Navigator.The .
to right) Lt. Osamu Matsuzakl, Japanese Navy; Lt. Luis Sanchez, Brazilian Navy, and Chief Petty 2S officer
Aviation Electronics School, NA. Officer Francesco Poll, Italian Navy. They are attending school under the Mutual Defense Assist- graduatingclass
TTC Memphis. ance Program. includes two officers of

_________h__.__-- -- -- -- ------- the Brazilian Navy Lt. Luis

VP-18, VC-62, VF-173, VAA5, FAW-11, VP-3 Report t Sanchez Arieira. The and remaining Lt. (Jg) Roberto 23 are

I all former enlisted men now

classified as Limited Duty Officers
Scouting Jucksonville Area Squadrons who have been attendingthe

VP-18 ----
The next class
VC-62 NAS, Cecil Field.Transferred .' at Pensacola, but decided h e will convene
Throughout this past week the January 2.FolJowing.
Two officers 0 f Composite to the USS Mid. would like the northern climate
squadron has been competing for
marks in gunnery, rockets, radar Squadron VC-G2, First Lt. Robert way were John Zdonazyk, SN, better. are the U S. Naval
bombing, and low altitude bomb Burkhart (USAF Exchahge Pia Herbert Palmer, PR2. Both Officers being'gi'aduated: Ensigns
lot) and Ens. Custer FAW-11 Jack Deboer, John Fraxier 13cn-
The competition between the : George fully are veteran Blackbirds. Frederick ,
crews has been close. The crew completed their first Carrier Qualifications Stump, AE1, was transferred to Latest newcomer to the Wingis jamin Bibb, Bowhcart Frentress.

which comes out on top will be last week, aboard the VP-45. James L. Langley, BM1, from, Max Gunn, Norman Halladay,

determined by the night search USS Intrepid.Lt. Congratulations go out to Ray the USS Capricornus (AKA-57)). William Hunter, John' Keener,

light runs which will be held Durkhart is VC-62's third Fitzgerald, A03, and his wife, He will take charge of the FAW- Thomas Legget.

this week. Air Force exchange officer to who arc the parents of a girl. 11. duty office during the day. Ensigns John McCracken, David

Lcclr. Robert Rupp has received qualify. According to Lt. Mcrrell Also congrats to Robert Sowers, George Jackson, AD3, left for Offrell, George Pearson, Melvin

orders to inactive duty and will and Lt. Jack Mills, the exchange AN, and Joyce Ann Johnson who VP-23 at Brunswick, Me. Promo, Charles Rose, James Rose,

return to civilian life. He servedas pilot performed an outstanding were married Sunday. A baby boy, Lloyd E., was born Chester Smith, James Wallace,

administrative officer and job.Comdr. Ltjg( ) Donald Johnson will be Dec. 2 to Mrs. and Charles W. John Yarwood, Morris Anthony,
W. Donald Dietz Debnam, A 0 C. Baby Debnam
more recently as ground training commanding married Dec. 26, to Sally Meyers Frank Daty, Charles Brameier
officer. officer of the squadron, of Jacksonville weighed in at 7 lb. 3 oz. and
Vincent Zelones.
left Monday to visit the Beth The Staff Griffons arc ready
Two: have The squadron i ill looking forward
new men reported for basketball
Page Plant and inspect the new competition Jan

aboard, H. A. Nicholson, AEAN, F9F-8P planes to be delivered in : to receiving version the of new the AD5"transport" Sky.I uary. Under Coach Roger McNay, SAFETYBox

from NATTC Jax, and A. J. Van- : the future to the squadron.All YN2, the team has been workingout
I raider. The plane was due to
Huss, AOC, from NAS Jax.rr9. hands enjoyed a bang up arrive this week. The AD-5 can regularly since Dec 1. The Score
time at the squadron's annual ten-man squad will sport new
carry five passengers besides its Disabling Injnrta+
blue and Through
Christmas Party held Friday gold uniforms this sea
night, December 10, at the Py- pilot. son. Members on the team include Tuesday, Dec 14

thian Center, Southside.The Not only will the squadron en : Ron Brown, SN, Bob Kral, I This Month 0

decorations were excellent, listed personnel be enabled to get SN, Jimmy Robinson, TE3, Bruce This Year I 14
In their flight time easily, but the
and a "well done" is in order for Coins, SN, Ed Price, RM2, John Days Since Last
AD-5 provides an excellent
op Lost-Time
and Recreation Committee
portunity for transporting personnel Mostly, SN, Jim Hinkle, YNC, *

on and off an aircraft carrier Lt.jg( ) Russ Sawyer, Jim Zieroff, DEC. SAFETY SLOGAN
when the need presents itself. SN and
Doug Lyke, J03.
VF-173 "For a Christmas Gift, Give
M If one would casually hift his I After leafing through the many Copt. Edwin J. S. Young head:? Safety A 'Lift':"
I sets of orders he received, Lt.jg( )
glance upward to the skies over a group of 12 staff officers who
Walter Clarke 'has decided that _
Jacksonville and its surrounding he would like to be on the staff r will conduct a surprise administrative Service units.
country these days he would notice .
of COMNAVRESTRA at NAS, and material inspectionon
more and more of VF173'sstrikingly
painted FJ-3 Furies Glenview. Ltjg( ) Clarke was a Fasron 115 at Trinidad. Fa s-
taking their candidate for Flight Instructor ron 115 is one of the Wing's three Patrol Squadron Three was
place among' the host to Fleet Air Wing Three.
fleets standard fighter planes The occasion was the annual ad-

t:' With many of the Jester pilots ministration/material inspection.Capt. .
having completed the familiarization Thomas Ashcraft, Commander -

_, ____.._ ___________- --_-- stage in this new North Fleet Air Wing Three, and his

BUSY MARA British actress American Jet, an ever increasing: staff, gave the Huskies a gradeof
Mara\ Lane, whose first U. number of Fury formations will excellent. Capt. Ashcraft fur
S. picture" was "Susan Slt'ptJlt"rt' be engaging in tactics over Florida ther commented that Patron
is now in Rome working
on "The Great Adventure." She with their counterpart Jacksonville Three was one of the best squadrons
recently finished "Casanova" Fighter Squadrons. 4 that he has inspected thi!

there. During the first two weeks o! Rk fiscal year.
'-- "
December' the squadron is opera- The Huskies have always been
Old Timer ting out of NALF Mayport where high up on the Patrol Squadron
maintenance and flying has been Totem Pole, having held the "E"
Leaves Center excellent to this date. For the in 1953.

past month or so maintenance Titus Harris, AT3, sharpshoot-
The.oldest chief in point of ser- personnel have worked late into ing lIuskie, retur icd from Ven-

ice at the Naval Air Technical the night striving to complete ezuela where he Competed in the
Training Center was detached this their transfer checks on the Cougars r
week from Aviation Ground Of and the acceptance checks competition.
ficers School. lie is Harry Kagel, on their new Furies. Harris finished third and the

.AKC, who helped put the school Within a very short time VF- team composed of Wavy men

Into commission in January 1951. 173 will be the Navy's first fully finished an unofficial first.

Chief Kagel has been orderedto qualified Fleet Squadron to be The volleyball team travelledto
. duty at the Naval Air Station, using the new Fury.
., St. Petersburg, where it par-
1/ \vakuni, Japan. .

t: 1954 he coached the VA-45 ticipated in the Petersburg
J PRESENTS FOR 145 -There Is a Wg stack of presents await
r NATTC Waves softball team Reporting to the Blackbirds this Inv children of NATTCenUr personnel at various Christmas par YMCA volleyball tournament.

., ,which won the second half championship pat. :week were Robert Bower, ties"planned. :for Friday. And it was a big Job getting them packaged The team finished fourth, beatings
tbeJackropvhtW: SN from Trinidad BWI and ,M these: wives .f NATTCenter Navy; and Marine officers
in o. ; ,
can, testify.; Left. '.. right rare, Mrs. 'George Woods, Mrs. Henry Jeams, as )Florida, Sta>; and
men's League., i .. Lionel) Cbrbett-PH3; from'r.12, DeEoeg, Mrs. Friik tarter and Mr. Fwert Nwrrell. Sanford NAAS.I .' -

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'I -FI l Already lloliduy Underway Progrum Early 'j!


man came home and found ___ -
his wife in an embrace with his _____ This Chirstmas will be a memorable one for patients and personnel j

best friend. The best friend not at the Naval Hospital who are unable to be home with their

at all embarrassed, said: "Look families for the holidays. Festivities are already underway, with 1

were( grown-up men let's not act many more planned during the coming week.

silly about this. Tell you what Ward parties, arranged by the,
ingenuity to work as wards compete .
we'll do we'll play a roundof y Red Cross and sponsored by various I
in the annual Christmas tree
gin for her." organizations started as
rummy Ji Ji1
nnd ward decorating contest.NEXT' .
The husband said "Okaybut early as Tuesday of last week
a judging ,
just to make it interesting let's with a party given by the First
play for a penny a point on t the Methodist Church. committee provided by the Gar- +

side!" gI Monday evening: the Red Cross den Club of Jacksonville will decide ;

: ; featured the holiday theme at its which ward deserves the '..

"What are your prospects for t regular monthly dance at the coveted plaque. Capt. Edward S '

promotion in your present job?" a Hospital Auditorium, Hostesses Lowe commanding officer of the !
demanded the girl's father -J7 3 from the Eccclcctic Club were Hospital, will present the plaque

"Best in the whole office sir" !._ present and music provided by to the best decorated ward inappropriate

replied the hopeful suitor. "My -- the Navy Band combo ceremonies and that

job is the lowest one they've got." FIRST OF ITS KIND-Chief Aviation Ordnanreman Theodore WARD ENTERTAINMENT: : was ward will retain the plaque until
Ruescher (left) and Chief Aviation Electronics Technician furnished by the Milo Jones the holidays next yenr. Capt.
"Son after four years of college James Tlllis check a piece of fire control gear on a range servo School of Accordian at 1930 on Lowe Will also award honorable
test at Fasron Six's: new fire control workshop. Only four monthsold
you're nothing but a drunk the shop has already saved the Navy hundreds of dollars. Tuesday, and last night membersof mention to the iunncr-iip and
a loafer and a darn nuisance. I the Stars and Bars Association blue ribbons to the best decorated

can't think of one good thing it's Fire Control Shop Saves provided another ward party. ward on each ramp. Other distinguished -
done!" Today patients will really rapture :: visitors will be on

The son was silent; for a moment the Christmas spirit when hand for the presentations.
Time At Fasron 6
Suddenly his eyes bright Money, the Special Services departmentwill Miniature Christmas trees,

ened. "Well" he said timidly, "it Only four months old the Fire Control Work Shop at Fleet furnish each ward with a complete with decorations will

cured Ma of bragging about me." Aircraft Service- Squadron Six has already saved the Navy hun- large tree and tiimmings. In cooperation be distributed to each individual
dreds of dollars. with the Red Cross it patient tomorrow by members of

A couple of cattlemen discussed Believed to be the first shop of will also supply other decorative the Jacksonville Garden Club.

the drouth I its kind in the Navy it servicesfire ported to the Fasron about that. material for the wards. Over the On Saturday morning at 1000,

"Just how bad are things with control equipment (electronic I time. Knowing Ruescher was i weekend, patients. will put their children of military personnel at
you?" asked one. units that control and direct checkcd-out;: on fire control equipment --- -- --- the Hospital under 12 years of

"Pretty rough," the other cow. the release of all missiles from Chgun. Walker immediately age, will be treated to a Christmas

man replied. "My cattle are so Navy aircraft). These units were drafted him to take charge of Eggnog PartyAt party at the auditorium
thin that by using carbon the new shop. Together
paper formally discarded or turned-in they OTHER PARTIES scheduled
I can brand two. at.a time." to overhaul and repair centersfor worked out a plan. Tonight by a special Christmas committee

o expensive time-consuming TilE WORK SHOP started very A Christmas Party with eggnogs composed of military, Red Cross,
Salesman: "This model has a reworking when they teased: to modestly. It consisted of a bench, will be held tonight and civil service employees at

top speed of 130 miles an hour function properly. one piece of test equipment, and (Thursday) in the Enlisted: the Hospital, include n ward

and bhe'll stop on a dime." THE NEW: SHOP saves tux- Chief Ruescher. But then squad. Men's Lounge, Building 593. party on Dec. 20, sponsored by

Prospect" : "What happens after payers' money by doing at mod- rons began to hear about Fas All Service personnel arc the Jacksonville Bench Chapterof

that? crate cost, maintenance and minor ron Six's new "service for the invited. the American War Mothers; a
Salesman: "A little putty knife fleet. From zero in August the ward
repairs that are beyond the party t to be given by the
and -
comes out scrapes you off capabilities of the squadrons and workload jumped to 25 jobs Navy Wives Club Dec 21, and
t the windshield"MODERN some requiring 7 to 8 hours to to bo .
expensive when done by over .QP-o: one sponsored by the National

STORY haul and repair departments.Thus complete-in November. Council of Jewish Women .t
much equipment is restoredto Chief Ruescher was joined by ) at 1400 Dec. 22.
The Man: "I want a loaf of
Mumsie's Bread, a package of usefulness by the shop that two more technicians from the ; Just before hospital personnel) ,

Krunchies some Goody Sanny might otherwise have been scrap- Aviation Ordnance School, James i depart for the holidays, Captain

Spread Ole 1 Mammy's Lasses, ped for parts. B. Tillis AEC, and Frederick F. TNOTP. ;%. Lowe will net as host at a reception .
Another important part of the I for civilian and military staff
Orange Pully, a pound of Aunt Dedrick, AO1. .j
shop's savings is accomplished : members in the Recreation
Annie's Sugar Candy, Bitsy-Bite by Tickets for the New Year's Eve Hall.
size." preventive maintenance. Throughthe With more equipment and per- Party at the club will be avail This Is" temporarily set for Dec

The Clerk "Sorry No Krunch use of testing equipment, sonnel soon to be added, this able soon. They will be $1.00 per 23, and an informal program has

les. How about Krinkly Krips, technicians in the shop can accurately shop may soon become Fasron person and a limited number will been planned.

Oatsie-Toasties, Malty Wheaties predict troubles and Six's busiest unit.WEATHER be sold. ON CHRISTMAS EVE: afternoon -

Ricelets, or Eatum-Wheatums?" correct them before they can occur e 55 The club is looking forward to gaily decorated fruit ,baskets -

The Man: "Wheatums then." OUTLOOK an enjoyable evening Dec 18, will be distributed by the
The Clerk: "Anything else? THE FIRE CONTROL WORK Friday-Mostly clear, some- from 2030 until 0100. It is the Red Cross to each ward. Christmas -

Tootsie, Tatery Chips Cheesie Shop was originated to take care what warmer. Gay Nineties Dance. There will Eve night, Santa Claus'will

Weesies Gingie Bits Itsie Cake of a growing need among Fleet Saturday-Partly cloudy, little be prizes. make the rounds of all wards

Sweetsie Toffums or Dramma's Air Jacksonville squadrons for change in temperature. Cheese and crackers arc servedat leaving Red Cross gifts and stockings .

Doughies ., better and quicker servicing of Sunday Cloudy, scattered the bar from 1630 to 1730 Tues on each patient's bed He
The Man (toddling toward meat their important fire control units. showers. day and Friday. will be accompanied by a group
The task of organizing the shop of carolers.
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counter): "Tant det ansin' else.
Dot to det some meat. was assigned to Chgun. Ralph C. And for all hands to enjoy
Walker a member of the Ord
I outside the north end of the Hospital
nance Department of Fasron
Cowboy: "Putting your saddleon will be a display featuring
backward, aren't you?" A Chief Aviation Ordnance. Santa, his sleigh, reindeer work

Dude: "That's all you know man, Theodore C. 'Ruescher re- : ___.___ Jffa.- shop and elf helpers. In front of
about it, smartyl! You don't know the Hospital i Administration
which way I'm going." Retired Officers Push building will be the nativityscene
Military Pay RaiseThe and on the roof of the
I Father: My son, you are reaching Dependents Section the "Stork
Retired Officers Association
I. the age when you should Express" filled with babies will
at its biennial conventionin
I know the facts of life. give everyone a chuckle. Santa
Son: Okay Pop What would ', Washington ,l last week endor tit the well-known Stork and elt .
Fed pay raises for active and retired -
you. like to know? I', helpers are also featured.
service personnel; credit for + W IMn ----4.- w
for cadet and midshipmen
: pay
If you don't think that women
service equalization of retirement
are explosive-just drop one.
I I benefits for Regular and Reserve FreeVi'alii11o) .
personnel and inclusion of re*

Nursery Sets tired service personnel in the For HospitalA
group of retired people eligiblefor ''

Holiday Hours a $1200 special tax exemption.The 'I' Christmas wrapping service .(
association also supporteda > a a for hospital patients and staff .
The Nursery operated by the proposal that reserve officers personnel is open and function.

Navy Wives Club, announces thatit retired, under Title III of Public ing on the porch outside the hospital

will be closed from 1800 Dec. Law 810, should get hospital and -.. ... Navy Exchange. Material is
24 until 0845 Dec. 26. : medical care for themselves and, being furnished! by the Red Cross
SECNAV VISITS CORAL SEA-Secretary of the Navy CharlesS. .
Patrons also are advised that their families. and volunteers from the Doctor's -
Thomas (center) watches a system used to "spot" aircraft on
, it :will.remain open all night New the night deck of the attack carrier USS Coral Sea. Flight deck Wives Club the NARTU Officers'r
Year's Eve until 0800 Jan. 1. Then there was the fellow who control personnel' (left to right) are, T. L. Mallard SA; F. S. ;,
Those wishing to use this service had hobby) pf collecting stones, first,,AN; J. T. Ferantl ADC, and R. ''A. Durrett. ADI. Secretary Wives Club and the, Red Croas (
( Thomas 'visited the! Coral Sea while it ,was with the Sixth FleetIn Chapter are wrapping ChHstman
,make and them in, his bathroom
are 'requested''to reefvaIons putting the Mediterranean.. Aboard. tbe Coral,yea are Fleet 'Air J'ek.sonrllle ,
: with the R\'p r"iror. He had rocks in his head units: s'' Sifts free of char,*. 'w.,



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Jax Navy Fashions : :',; '",. .,'. ..'' ::7':'. .':. .',,.>}.ffti,!:...j';!'!<).(... ..,9 Jf ry TIME-OUT

AAU Fistic CrownTwo .. \ With Gordon Robbie

The somewhat dubious distinction i

Jax Navy-Marine boxers wrote finis to the 1954 ,, : of heckling participants -

North Florida Junior AAU Boxing Tournament last week, at sporting events it"

winning individual titles and paving the way for the team not, as some folks might

championship.. believe, a custom that belongs
Jax Navy-Marines copped the solely to the United States
at the 2:05: mark. Never having been out of the
team laurels with 25 points. Despite I !
having one more individual Dent Wins Honor ro eastern U.S., this is not some
Dancing Strange scored a ;. kh
champion than the local crew, the Hy r thing we conjectured but a concrete .
TKO Don Harbut of Miami -
Miami Marines were shunted to over finding made by membersof

second place with 23 points. Marines when Harbut failed to ." l' the Jax Navy world champion
answer the bell for the second : :.. .: :
Hy Strange, at 132-pounds, and ". : skeet team after their trip to
Rollins welterweight round. .. Venezuela last month.
Ralph car-
ted away individual titles. Unheralded Joe Reeves of Lake i14 \ I Chief target: of foggy-voiced
Rollins Gets KO City provided some unexpected hecklers at the World Shooting

Rollins' victory over AJ Lewis, fireworks. The 195-pound high. ..' Union meet at Caracas was the

Camp Stewart battler, was one of schooler used his left hook effectively ) United States team, according to

the best fights of the closing to earn a split decision over rx r CHGUN Francis Smith.
night. Clarence Russell of Jax Navy- It was especially meant to

Putting on all burners In the Marines. i ljv1R confuse the American shooterson
second heat, Rollins swarmed over Frank Dent, battling 178poun. their run positions. Didn't

his rugged opponent. In the third dcr from Miami Marines won the > do much good, though, as the

round, he rushed Lewis to the I outstanding boxer award. TOSSES RIGHT It was one of these lethal right-band results bore out.
ropes and brought him down Flul '......1 I punches being tossed by Hy Strange, Jax Navy 132-pounder, "We had a very pleasant ex-
FriuftooU, tkf
with a couple of stinging rights fhurkliuva title nroitri.trd.Mlrkry was which captured that weight crown for the Aviation Electrician'sMate pcricnce, all in all," added Smithin
Howe: iirrra f'or. Nary 4IfI.I School battler in last week's Nortb. Florida Junior AAU
fr trd M"l Th...*., J.<: NMy-MarlBri Boxing Championships Strange made quick work of his final an interview this week. "The
FromYesteryear Ire Ply the Strung us...*... tro..N. y-Mrnn! I night opponent, Don Harbut of the Miami Marines, scoring a first- tournament was something we'll
Spoils TKO'4 Dom l"I ..t"MI mi Mtrlari: round TKO. Jax Navy-Marines won the team title. Bouts were have to tell our grandchildren."We .
said rvaad, fur U-....... Uiidrai.JUr staged in Jax.Crackerjax.
left NAS Jax
Saturday _
Cepela.d, Miami l M ar i. took
Ike it.pad till with. a BBlm.udr Bill
Nov. 13. The next day
Uloa .vrr ('.l C.llw."r, Jx Nu,.
Another in a weekly feature Maria*.*. Run Arthur, Joe Hayman and myself
Ralph JUllUn, J.II: Hn>'-M.rUi, Rampant !
that brings to life performanceson evpprd wMtcrwflcM title with KO wig I spoke on Armed Forces Radio at
the Naval Air Station sports ..., AI Lt"li, (',.p KUwart. Trinidad," continued Gunner
MUmi Marlam, TKO'd
Art Turner,
scene from dusty issues of the l>itk Wat*.., MI Ml I, HUrlnu, I. thInt .. Smith.
( road for li<> pound clitmpUa- Over Palm Beach SextetRunning
Jax Air News ship.ior. i "The team arrived in Venezuela -
TEN YEARS AGO' TODAY lUrUlAB an'Trr..... I."Urrvrr.W City,Hontell R Urd *Jai.Ut I at 0930 the 15th, and

VF-4's Leathernecks won the y-Mrlnn.. for IflJ-pnand t-a. into the toughest service opposition of the I checked into the Hotel Tananaco. -
.. season
frank heal, -Miami >>.rl. urarrdBnanlinon I
Station touch football cham. 4rrl pionship by defeating VF-4 Milder A.Stewart C'., In, 178-poBBd f amp $t.wvrt('I..... ftt I the Wafs from West Palm Beach AFB here last weekend and preliminary shooting: took

Ordnance, 12-6, for a perfect .p m..h'II U earyw.IRkt hrarkrt 52-11 and 35-31. place. .
over Ralph Sp" +Brrr, J.11: ]N v-Mrlnm..
tournament record of seven The triumphs were the seventh "Friday the 19th was the first
wins, no losses. and eighth consecutive for the I provided a new scoring punch by day of championship competi.

John Hanzcl, 220-pound Flier Sports Editor Crackerjax without a defeat over shifting from her usual guard tion," the Jax Navy skeetman

guard., received honorable service sextets this year. slot to a forward station. She continued. "Of course, we were
mention on the 1944 AP All- Needs HelpHave From the moment they jumpedto worked in well with the Gorskys. a bit optimistic after winning

American service grid squad. you ever dreamed of an early lead in Friday's open. Practice Planned f preliminary medals.

FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY becoming another GrantlandRice er at King Hall through the last Next game with service competition -t "The rules were to shoot 50

Jax Navy closed out the 1949 or hoped someday to see seconds of the Saturday tilt at is scheduled Jan. 8-9 a- I targets with the lower third dropping .

grid season with a 12-7 win your name in print above your Mainside gym, the local lassies gainst the same West Palm Beach out. Contestants from 38

over the Atlanta General Depot own stories? were never seriously threatened. Wafs at the southern resort center countries were competing and

Flames in a battle of the Your dream may be closer Gorsky Sharp I everyone's name was put into a

Southeastern Navy and Army than you realize. The Jax Air Gerri Gorsky bagged 21 pointsfor CVcrkrrUt P. (;oar y (SI)18 Y MPB:W 1 Hill WAF (41)) hat for pairing purposes. .
powers. News is in bad need of sports the winners in the first game, Anderson 6 K 1 Smith "In my squad was a Colombian,
A last-minute rally fell short reporters the "go get 'em" two more than twin sister Pat. DeLaxeiene Fleming 1 6.K F: 3 2 VandatU I-attlroore Russian, Japanese and Venezuelan.
as Jax Navy's quintet bowedto U. Uuvsky 21 V 4 Slmmg .
guys!!, who make the sports department The visitors' Gladys Hill pumped Ix>rrant 0.' 3 Rose
Florida Southern, 5552. tick.Personnel 28 points home. Simmons 0 (i 0 1alhiimk'dwariU "Fifty more targets were fired
with experience Mary Anderson and Norma LSiftlOdcau: 0 0 O C; 0 0 Detoe Wellington the next day with the lower third

but Fleming each tallied six M'MBKB KICJI1T dropping out. All United States
are preferred, experience pointsto C'.hrJu (Ji) vm WAFS (31)
Baby Gators StopMarines' is not absolutely necessary help the Crackerjax cause. Anderson P. (:kjisky 13 0 F}' 17 9 11111 Roc shooters, and there were eight of

Interested personnel can con Guard play of Anne Simmons and Fleming '1)0' 5 SlmnuDeLavetgne us, were still in there.

Winning tact the editor in room 238, Willa Edwards also helped great /.anlne 0 0)0'K 0 0 Brooks Smith "We all fared well the final
Main Adminstration Buildingor ly. n. Ooiifcy 13 F 0 VandalIMHlistorteau day. Besides the five of us from

Streak 96-71 call 8346 or extension 216. In the Saturday game, Fleming I'nvllkonl 0 0 ft O 0\Vlrhter Latham Jax, there were three civilian
Edwards: 0 O 0 Johnson shooters representing this country .
Simmons 0 G 0 WetlingtonIs.
I ," Gunner Smith stated.
Tasting the sweet tooth of vengeance ,, ; .
; ;
the Jax Marines went on ; All five Jax Navy men held
basketball rampage last week, j Fliers CaptureSt.
winning two of three tilts for 1he ) : : :4 high mild climate praise for despite's 2500 Has feet a

first wins of the year. .. .'.. .. .
\ : : .. '. .: : :: Petersburg altitude.
Jon Hockcnberry led the Ma. II .: ,.. :: 'iJ i-:' {:;: : :. Prices are as high as.the altl- .
rines to a 49-47 victory over the
:: :: ? tude, however. Hamburger and
: S
AFB Jets Hall
Moody at King
> Volleyball Flag
coffee go for two bucks, a small
The Leathernecks held a 28.19
bar of soap for 40 rents. That'snot
lead at half-time only to have
Jax Navy ran away from the all-small, unfurnished apartmenU -
the Jets tie it up, 47-47, with 30 I
field 18 victories in
scoring 21 cost you $?W month.
seconds showing. I IR
games, to cop the annual St. 1,.
GCS Drubbed I Petersburg YMCA Invitational *
Jim Richardson bucket .
scored a
rk. 1r Volleyball Tournament last week BACKBOARD
to pull victory out of the fire for
coach Carl Mitchell's quintet. end. hoped to provide some info on

Second win came at the expense Seven strong clubs were aligned The Citadel, which plays Jax
of hapless Green Cove against Jax Navy, including defending Navy at Mainside Gym tomorrow

.' Springs, 61-46. With' a spreading champion Florida State night. Space doesn't allow, how.
University. The Seminoles rank
offense, the-Red and Gold cagers
close to the top in collegiate volleyball .
The national service
took an early lead and coasted football
through. circles. champion to be decided Sunday

Hockenbmy Gets 28 ,, ., .. Jax Navy's squad was composed when Boiling AFB, Washington,
Mitchell's Marines i winning mainly of personnel from the Sta. D. C. collides! with Ft. Sill, .

ways ended at two straight when tion champion Aviation Electri the Poinsettia Bowl game at

the University of Florida Fresh. n t S< cian's Mate, Class B, School. The San Diego, Calif.
men carved out a 96-71 win. roster was strengthened with additions This corner first to break the
Hockenberry meshed 28 points : S from other teams aboard news Fasron Six a surefirebet

I for the Marines, boosting his sea. T the station. for a leg on the Iron ManTrophy.

son's mark to 105 points for a The Flier spikers defeated St. .

21 per game average. Petersburg YMCA, West Palm Gene Byron Ken Steiner and
MARINES VS. MOODY te Allison Jax Marine guard, attempts
The Marines hope to get back to pass around Jim Torres of the Moody AFB Jets in aa Beach, Sanford Navy, St. Peters. : Charlie King of AE-B .School;
on the winning track tonight at encounter at the NATTCenter gym last Wednesday. Also picturedis burg Recreation A and B teams Earle Fuller and Joe Binczak,
King Hall at 2000 with the Florida Marine forward Jim McKay. The Leathernecks edged the Valdosta and VP-3, in addition to FSU. Fasron Six; Ralph Callahan VF.
Ga. airmen, 49-47, for the first win of the season The Ma.
State U. "B" team furnishingthe rines play host to the Florida State University WB" squad tonight Team members included: Bill 172 and Sol Parrish, NAWS
I competition. and face Gibbs Corp. Saturday Grove, Don McDeed, Al Shiller, : School.r .


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16 December, 1954 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven
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[ Rods and1'irods I \ ; Fliers Lock Horns With


(Another in a new writs .f Citadel Cagers Tomorrow

columns devoted to outdoor life .>."...'.: .. :. >.
host of and fishing
and the
Basketball gives way to the holiday season this week
aboard the staUon
to neighboring facili : \ with the Jax Navy Fliers playing host to a pair of cyclonic

or attached .: hoop quintets tonight and tomorrow evening Action resumes .

ties) <, ': .': Jan. 10 with 11 home tilts to follow

Seems as though outdoor addicts 'i New to hardwood warfare, the
? : '
ire sticking closely to indoor Camp Gordon SCTC "Signalares" the skyscraper college quintet,

Christmas shopping these t ', .. ;.<. provide stout opposition tonight The sly for was portrayed

days. Not too much came this .. at Mainside gym. by Elon mentor Doe Ma this,
: '
way, in the line of rods and nim- +.. The Citadel, West Point of the however As soon as last-half .
rods. 1 South, comt's. here tomorrow action resumed, the visitors

Both games are set for 2015 starts. shifted a groping frst-half attack -

Red bas were really biting .in : The Filers' record was evened Into a last.break display

the Waukasassee River We know <. <..' at 4-4 Monday night after Center Ed Juratie, 6.6, and co-
because Slick Sellers and partyof absorbing a 99.76 pummelling captain Dave Maddox shared the

0 & R got a boat load the at the hands of Klcn College's scoring honors for the North Car. j

other day. Fighting Christians, before a olina crew with 32 and 27 points, I

Mrs. Smith at Nine Mile Creek pack of Elon followers at Main respectively.

reports that black bass ere being I side gym. Tate and Junior Cassell held I

caught on live shrimp Quite a A -point superhuman effortby the Fliers} together through the

few anglers are catching the limit the Fliers' Dick Tate couldn't .--..
of bass. offset the outpouring of buckets I

the Christians turned on in a Fliers' Weekly :
QUICK ONE.IIANDER-Jax Navy forward Junior Cassell
Lcdr Hall of ComFair Jax and ((10)) gets off a sneak one-hand push! shot from the corner during sharp second-half attack Hardwood Slate
family enjoyed good black bass i first half action in the recent Jaz Navy.U of Florida Freshmen Jax Navy held a 47-41 lead at ... i
fishing at Kingsley lake last basketball! game: at Mainside gym. Vainly stabbing at the sphere coke-time. It looked like a close The Camp Gordon Signal
|j is I Frosh guard Joe Hobbs ((13)), Looking on are the Fliers' Johnny. one to this point with the Fliers Corps Training Commandcomes j
Saturday Wagoner ((15)) and Dirk Hoban ((11)), Florida forward. Jax Navy Mainside .
better than to to
Highlight of the day occured I won the game, 84-9, handing the Baby Gators their only loss to doing expected on gym oppose t
[ date. rebounds and floor goals against Jax Navy tonight at 2015. I
when Mr.fcMrs. and son all caughta t
1954 basketball bows out of
bass at the same moment. ''Electricians the local scene with the Fliers- .I
Best times for fishing this i : Trip I Citadel game tomorrow at the I
weekend arc as follows: Satur
Building Three site I;
day-0645 to 0900 and 1700 to JCVG-17 Spikers
Week's slate:
1830. Sunda-Oi30 to 0900 and S 2 .{
Tonight-Camp Gordon SC
1730 to 1830. For Station
-Bob Brown I Toga I TC I
Tomorrow-The Citadel .
(Articles for this column ran | Coming from behind after 7 All home games begin at ,

be submitted through Bob j 1 dropping the first two gashes, I 2015. j
Brown, ext. 525, Accessories 1c !L I
Aviation i Electrician's Mate y
Division, 0 & R.) I I
School, Class B, won the All-Sta- --------------- first-half, hitting on 75 percentof

lion intramural volleyball championship floor shots. Cassell finished
TM BaslcLallUnderray ) with a 3-2 victory over NATTCenter Grabs with 18 points.

; NAS titleholder, CVG-17, last Klon: tied it up twice: in the
AtNATTCenter j week first half after Jax Navy went I

Station Touch Titlevices Into the lead. With three min
CVG-17 took the first two .j
I games, 16.14 and 15.10, at Main ; utes left In the half, Tate and
Cassell dunked a pair of buckets
side The Staffers appeared superior NATTCenter Special Ser ground{ out a merciless .,
The NATTCenter intramural to the NATTCenlerites and I overland attack after spoUinj g the enemy a pair of tallies to Ire the lead. I

basketball league opened play last were favored to wrest the crown to capture the All-Station lou jh< football championship} with Points were as scarce for the I
week and hoop prognosticators at from the Sparks. I locals as Jax Navy fans after the
last week at
a 26-19 win over NAS cham>ion Fasron Six, .
the Center are forecasting good However, the Electricians came Stadium Field buzzer. Only six points went I
futures for the Aviation Store. through the hoop in the first 10
back to take the next pair, 15.13 I
I Fasron Six belting stock Jump.ed
School ; Centerites ahead. Marine Andy minutes .
keepers and Special Ser before Elon first-stringers
and 15.10 to knot the count
the Banshees scor-
skyward as
vices-First Lieutenant quintets. : Ashlon salted away victory by retired to ,the bench
Many\ thrills were encompassed ed a pair of quick first-half touch.
Dick Campana and Johnny : going through a weak right side e "
in the payoff game as the :)par. downs. When the whistle tooted :I
for 12
Johnson led the Spec.-Serv.-1st 1 yards. II
,I kies seesawed back and forth.I end of first period action, the Medics Finish Strong I
Lt. attack as the Louies defeated
Airman Preparatory School, 3629. I The match was carried into an Scoreboard read Fasron Six 13, Hospital nailed down second How Fall IM :
extra session with AE-B School Services 0.
Special in the Mainside circuit witha
Guard play of Bob Pipkin was place
- finally netting a 21.19 win. An off-tackle alant by the Centerites' 13-6 decision over a zealous 0 Loops Fared :
outstanding for the victor. I
NAWS Trounced I I Johnny Culbreth went for 1& R band, Monday night at the Breakdown on results of the I

Campana and Jack Finn, check. GB Ducats On' 40 yards and a TD. Fasron Six j Stadium, copping a three-game, 1954 fall intramural sports programs I

ing closely, enabled Johnson and quickly crossed pay-off dirt again four-way playoff at NAS and NATTCenter. I

Jack Lauber to score freely as'' to hike the score to 196. I I Al St. John played a key role ,,1

Spec,-Serv-1st Lt. earned win I Sale HereTickets Rivers, Culbreth Score for the Corpsmen, who had fin. MAIN-SUM:

No. Two, 39.30, over AviationElectrician's I for the tenth annual The Banshees with went home Serv-after ished fifth in regular season Touch Football-Fasron Six; i
this, however, Special I standings. I /
Mate School Gator Bowl football game are on 2nd-Hospital.
ices slowly but just as surely
Earlier 0 & R had stunned
AK School also picked up a I sale now at NAS Special Services. I nowllng-VP.t8j; 2nd-Spe-
to the fizzled-out !
pair of victories last week. Dean reminded to catching up NARTU, 18.12, and Hospital putout i cial Services. I
Ramsay, Bill Burch Bob Trotter Personnel are Fasronites. VP-3's fire, 137. !
i do their ticket shopping early Pete Rivers scored from 12 Volleyball-CVG-17; 2nd 1
and Jack Leach held field
a dayas VP-3.
as there Is only a limited number yards out, Culbreth running over I
the smothered VF-173 Shows Well
of tickets available at Special the extra point. The fleet back NATTCENTEIl

School Naval, 7729.Air Weapons System Services. I scored soon after on a fake reverse : In City Cage LeagueThe Touch Football-Special Services 1

Seat locations are in the west at right end, knotting the ; 2nd-AKA( ) School I
MAD Downs AO !I high scoring Jesters of VF-
stands sections one and two. score. Bowling ) School;
Trotter and Burch also figured 173 took a double stride aheadin
Price of tickets is $5.50 each. I Rivers converted to push theI 2nd-NAWS School
strongly in AK's victory over the i I I Men's City Basketball League Volleyball-AE (CD) School];
Training Facilities, 4839. I competition, posting a pair of 2nd-NAWS School.'

Other first week results: I'II Linksmen Bid For GBComdr. Ii easy victories last week, ALL-STATiON
AnP( ) School 58, Marines; The Jesters downed defending
Touch Football- NATTCenter
NAWS School 41, AOA) School champion Downing AC, 75-67, in -
40; TraFac 51. AE School 32, and Frank Heyer posted Walt Strader, 78; Ed Barnes, the loop curtain-raiser Monday (Spec.-Ser.).

Marines 39, AOA) School 35. a 75 to lead the field in the 78; Lou Brozo, 79; Lew Chaff, night at Jackson gym. Gus Mich- Howling-Mainside (VF-18)).
.. Volleyball- N A T T Center
----< for three 81 and Roy Isaman, 81.
qualifying event alczo led the winners with' 29
Life Saving: Classes berths on Jax Navy's Gator C, B. Coward and J. E. points. (AEB) School).

Start WednesdayRed Bowl-bound golf team Westmoreland of NAS plan to Later in the week, VF-173 !1

Cross life saving classes Comdr. Heyer, one of two compete individually in the trounced VF-31, 81.62, on the Teacher (answering the telephone -

began Wednesday evening in members of last year's championship Gator Bowl event. Lee High boards. ); "You say DillySmith hasa ,,1

Price Natatorium under the direction team vieing for a In Saturday's Blind Bogey, Gus Vessctt dropped in 36 : bad cold and can't come to

of Pete Culbertson, Special berth enjoys a two.stroke mar- John Thiel's 73 won first prize.A points in pacing VF-13 to a 70.35 school? Who is this speaking"

Services director. gin over Tom Davies at the 71 by George Oakes was massacre of VF31. VF13 pickedup Voice (with assumed hoarH.

Classes include service person. end of 18-hoIes. good for second spot. win No. Two later in the ness): 'This I Is my father" _

nel, civilian personnel, boy scout Final 18-hole round is scheduled The Officers' Wives Golf week, tipping Downing AC, 67- .

troops, dependent children and Saturday and Sunday at Group is holding the annual 57.Also "Do you want gas?" asked the' !i

adults and are held weekly from the station links. The Gator Christmas party and two-ball in the City League, Fas dentist as he placed the patient :'
ron Six rolled up a 56.45 decisionover in the chair.
1900 to 2100.
Bowl Tourney is set for Dec. tourney Sunday. Participantsare +
Both junior and senior Red McDuff Hardware. Willis "Yea, about five gallons and :,
asked call 8157
28.30 at Brentwood. to by noon
instructions I Ewing registered 13 counters for check oil too," j
Cross life saving swimming you ran my answeied
oft time.
Other scores posted were: that day for teeing I
are included. the Banshees. the young wineguy.r .


Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 16 December, 1954ammma

New Chief For
i, Trip Reservations

FOR RENT Dependents Unit Still Can Be Made

5 rm turn apt, 2141 Forbes, El. At Personnel going on leave
55203, Harrison n who have not yet made transportation

3 bdrm unfurn house, 4567 Ulmcr Lcdr. Halvdan G. K. Faaland reservations still

Ev-93551, flunkies has assumed duties as Chief of have until midnight tonightto

4 rm furn apt, 1855 Hamilton, R: Dependents Service at the Naval do SQ.Reprcsentatives.

Ev-87062, Brunson Hospital, relieving Comdr. Charles of airlines,

-6 rm unfurn house, 3568 Riverside .3 '. H. Gilliland, who has resigned ,bus lines, and railroads will

Ev-93932, bag from the Navy to enter private be on board the station from
1 bdrm furn apt, 2660 Forbes, Ev.
practice In Gainesville, Florida. 1500 to about 2400, December

73697, Snow Lcdr. Faaland, who has been 16, to aid military personnel
2 furn apts, 2604 Post, Ev-75963,
with reservations and
selected for promotion to Com- securing

Bray mander, reported here from the tickets for travel on holiday
3 bdrm furn bung, $105, 3658
U. S. Naval Hospital, St. Albans, leave. .
Boone N. Y. will be located in
where he had served in They
furn $60, 3668 Boone
,3 rm
obstetrics and gynecology since Building 551, Wing 15, NATT-
I Park Ev 9-8894, Lewis.
July 1953. Center Mess Hall.
3 rm furn apt, 852 St. Clair, Ev-
The new "ead'of the Dependents .
83992, Brcese
3 bdrm unfurn house, 4542 Blount Section, which cares for the
NAS ext 622 Ar- 45,000 dependents of Navy, Marine FridayContinued
Ev-83596 or
FIRST VIEW OF CLINIC-Lcdr. Halvdan G. K. Faaland, Air
nold. new Chief of Dependents Services at the Naval Hospital, (seated) Force and Army per ( from Page 1))

3 bdrm unfurn house, $65, 5111 makes a routine inspection of facilities at the Outpatient Clinic sonnel in this area, received his of candy will be the children of
Daniels Rd., NAS ext 8585, In Ward A-l. Lcdr. Faaland arrived here from Naval Hospital medical degree from the Long Naval who
St. Albans, N. Y. With Dr. Faaland are two of the obstetricianson Island[ College of Medicine, personnel overseas,
Beach his staff, Lt. Eugene Uuffolo (left) and Lt. Louis Burkley, HI.ME&E are presently residing in this
Brooklyn N. Y. he
4425 Hiawatha Previously,
4 rm unfurn bung, $60, area.
had taken undergraduate work at
Ev-88645, Mobley II iOdl the University of Oslo Oslo Nor Nothing is impossible for "St.Nick" .
house 4333 Gari IH ,
3 bdrm unfurn ,
rn4WA who will visit next the
baldi, Venctia, Ex-80132, Smith way.Dr.
+ Faaland was ordered to enlisted men's club at NARTU
2 furn apts, $75, $65, 1319 Hamilton ARE ANStU RS TO THE active duty as a reserve medical Jax. Lcdr. William Fitch, assistedby

Ev-83829, Marchus 1 I QUESTIOHS< SERVICEMEN AND THEIR officer In Jan. 1944. He members of the enlisted Welfare !.
2 bdrm furn house, 865 Mikael, / FAMILIES ASK THE VETERANS reportedto and Recreation Committeeof
Ev-91063 Weeks '4 I (74r ADMINISTRATION EVERY PAY... CjQ the Naval Hospital, Sampson,
N. Y., then aboard the U S S NARTU, will see that young-
2 rm furn apt, 1511 Barrs, Ev- I school of the sters of in that
am attending under a repetition course pre Champlin (DD-601)). personnel command
82407; Spurglon the WWII GI Bill I am plan. viously taken. Upon his release to inactive are royally entertained.
2 bdrm unfurn gar apt, 1651 ning to switch to a different Beginning at 1400 they will
Q-I have a GI endowment Insurance duty, Dr. Faaland returned to the see
Glendale, Ev-98586, Jadronja school, although my course will policy from WWII. After Norwegian Lutheran Deaconesses movies, get presents and stock-

2 rm furn apt, 2967 Selma, Ev- be the same. How much time willI the endowment matures, how will Home and Hospital, Brooklyn, ings from Santa, and enjoy light
96480 Neil
have to resume my training in I[ receive the money? but was recalled to active Naval refreshments.
4 unfurn apt, $50, adults, '
rm gar
Ev-73736 Wil- my new school? A-You will have a choice. duty at the outset of the Korean ALSO on Santa's busy schedule
2531 Dellwpod, ,
kinson A-You will be required to You may elect to receive pay. conflict He was accepted into the tomorrow will be nine Naval Air

resume training within regular Navy in March 1951 and Technical Training Center
2148 Rossellc your ment either In a lump sum or par-
4 rm furn apt, $40, ,
El-56374 Winter 30 days after you leave the old in a specified number of month. has completed all the training required ties, which will be held from 1500

school, or on the first date students ly Installments. for certification by the until 1600 at the following loca-
2 bdrm furn apt, 616 First St,
are admitted to the courseIn American Board of Obstetrics and tions:
Neptune Beach, Ev-96524 Q-I served in the WAC dur-
schoolwhichevercomes AO School AO AE
the new Gynecology.Lcdr. Hangar;
ing WWII, and have been holding
FOR SALE later. Faaland will be assistedby Schools, AE Hangar; Administration

4 bdrm house, sale or rent, 4315 Q-I am a disabled veteran attending a insurance expect to get policy married ever since.I next. a staff of four obstetricians Building 513; NAWS School,
Timuquana Rd, Venetia, Ev including Lt. H. Ruffolo King Hall AGO School AGO
law 'school under Public month.. Does VA want proof of Eugene ; ,
88885, Slade who reported here in November area AK School AK Classroom
Law 16. After I finish my classroom marriage-such ; ;
my as a photo
3 bdrm house, $1,075 down, Ev-, work, would I be allowedto stat of the marriage certificate- Lt. Louis F. Burkley III, Lt. Jonathan ANP( ) School, Mainside Movie
80437, Bell G. and Lt. Hall and Training Facilities and
take a bar review course, also in order to change the name on Floyd ;
2 bdrm house, gar, Ev-93603, under Public Law 16? my policy? Pichler, and Lt. David Smith, Supply, Messhall.
Sawyer who is the hospital's pediatrician. More than 1,450 presents have
A Yes. Review
courses are
A-No it's not All
.. 2 bdrm house, furn or unfurn,
These doctors duty been packaged and prepared for
are on
permitted under Public Law
you need do Is write a letter,
1522 Dakar, Ev-85225, Wells round-the-clock at the Santa to deliver. In addition
Outpatients ,
16, but they must be bona fide over your signature, requesting
miscellaneousRide review courses and not merely that your name be changed inVA's Clinic in Ward A-l, and at there will be refreshments and
wanted from St. Augustineto records the Dependents Section in Wards entertainment for the youngsters.

NAS, 1500-2300 shift, Davis, E-l, E-2 and E-3. Records show After a good night's rest, Santa

5 Josiah, St. Augustine, Phone that from 800 to 900 pre-natal patients will reappear Saturday morningat

169W, or NAS Relay Center are on file at all times, and 1000 to treat the children of

Riders wanted from Yukon to the doctors average about thirty military personnel at the Naval

Jacksonville, weekdays, 0740- office calls daily each. This is in Hospital. This party will be held

1715, Dewey Park 3422B, El addition to emergency calls, deliveries at the Hospital Auditorium, and

59635, Lewis consultations and other there will be entertainment and

Will join car pool or take riders w.LJ. routine work. gifts for all.

from Arlington to NAS, 0730- (Personnel are invited to visit Last year 1,971 babies were ,

1600, 1810 Griflet, NAS ext 82- the USO Servicemen's Club at born at the Dependents Section, Air

22 or Fl-94921, Yordan 37 West Monroe Street. The Clubis including 18 sets of twins. An GroupContinued

Ride wanted from 331 E. ForsythSt. open from 0930 to 2330 daily) average of 70 dependents occupy ( from Page 1))

., to report at 0645, secure 1515, Thursday, December 16 7:30P. : hospital beds at aU times, and Med, the airmen took part in

Navy Exchange, NAS ext 8364, M. Old fashioned Christmastree there are generally about 20 new. such NATO operations as "Hell

Miss Jones decoration party. born babies in the nursery. enic Sky Two," "Turkish Sky
Friday, December 17 5:30: 4 "
Two, "Italic Sky Two, and provided
To Cut Cafe Italiano spaghetti supper; List 'HolidayHours close air support for the
8:00: P. M. Record Hop. famed Sixth Marines in their simulated

Saturday, December 18 10:00A. : amphibious assault land.
Cars For VIPs M. Open house all day; 8:00P. : >. For.Recreation ing in Turkey during the much

M. Formal and semi-formal publicized "
operation "Keys o e.
As the result of an executive Christmas Dance, music by NAS

order issued,! by President Eisenhower Jumping Jax.Stlnday .

military officials using December 19 10:00: Special Services departments at WEEKEND TIDE

government sedans in many ma- A. M. Dunking Round Table, free Mainside and the Training Center High Low

jor cities may soon find them. coffee and donuts, then off to announce some changes in activity A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M..

selves traveling by government. church with junior hostesses; 5:30P. : hours for the holidays. Fri 1:37: 1:52: 7:47: 8:10:

pool vehicles or taxi-cab. M. Christmas Vespers, refreshments All NAS Mainside Special Ser Sat. 2:33: 2:47: 8:49: 9:02:

Combat and operations vehicle by Riverside Presbyterian vices activities will maintain their Sun. 3:29: 3:42: 9:47: 9:50:

are exempt under the edict, which Church; 8:00: P. M. Movies. regular schedule with the exception .

compels government a g e n c i e s Monday, December 20 Ping of the following: on Dec 25 and Jan. 1.

wherever possible to give up Pong instructions with Frank Hobby Shop will be open from NATTCenter Special Services

their special vehicles and draw Puskas; Skating at Skateland, r 1300 to 1700 Tuesday through activities will adhere to the following .

from transportation pools. reduced rates.Tuesday W tAN Saturday and secured on Sundayand holiday schedule: Library,

First cities to be studied for December 21Game Monday; Hobby Shop sales lounge and movies will maintain

possible pool operations will be Night. room closed Dec. 18 and reopens regular schedules; fish shack

Washington, New York, San Wednesday, December 22 EXPERT-Elizabeth Biro, Jan. 11; Ceramics classes will end open only from 0800-1200; NAT-

. Francisco, Chicago, Denver and 8:00: P. M. Mistletoe Dance, music RM3, of Operations department Dec. 15 and resume Jan 11. (How TC gym open every day from
Dallas-Fort Worth. by NATTCenter Serenaders. NAS Jax, who hails from ever ceramics enthusiasts may use 1300 to 1900; indoor pool open
the Wisconsin lake and
> naturally is somewhat country of an the class room). Mainside gym every working day until 1600.
Sgt.: "There's a gal for every The drunk staggered to the door expert with the rod and reel, closed from Dec. 18 to Jan 3; no 4' *

guy in this world. You can't Improve and found 'the milkman waiting: shows what can be done by local matinee movies on Dec. 25 and i Customer: 'Have you a book

on that!" "Nothing today, pal," he said anglers fishing the St. Johns Jan. 1. Regular evening movie called, 'Man, Master of Women'?"

Cpl.: "I don't want to improve "Haven't got a thing to mix i it river. That's drum on an the 11-pound end of saltwater her will be shown at the Mainside Salesgirl: "The fiction counter

t>n it I just! want to get in on it!" with," line. theater All NAS activities closed i is to your left fir "