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

VOL-10 No. 39 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 15 Jan. 1953NATTCenter


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Quietly Notes Holds AnnualInspection




2nd BirthdayThe '



Air Technical \ y An inspecting party, headed .

ing Center pased its second by Capt. Kichard C. Webb,

versary last week with no Jr., Inspector General of the
fare and cessation in the N YZ" O."a .
no
Sixth Naval District, is presently -
important job of turning conducting the annual

skilled technicians for the +r S Administrative Inspection of

Fleet Air Arm. ComNabSix, NAS Jackson.

Since its recommissioning ville, and other activities in

January 1951, the Center has the area.

complished the herculean job -- '.... .............,..... ., Simultaneously, Rear Adm. J.
training 40,000 men in the SET CARNIVAL PLANS-With the 1953 Navy Carnival for Charity scheduled for May 15-16, B. Logue, Medical Officer for the

fundamentals and advanced Col. Paul S. Treitel (center), general chairman, loses no time in discussing forthcoming pub Sixth Naval District, Is conducting -
niques of aviation. This with Lcdr. Curtis J. Zane (left, publicity chairman, and Theodore Fritch, advisor. Coop an inspection of the Naval
not only to Naval Personnel, of military and civilian personnel of all commands makes this the biggest event of the year Hospital, Jacksonville and the U.

also to numerous S. Navy Preventive Medicine Unit

of foreign countries, who Event Of The Year No. 1 here.
sent their men to Jax for Classes Slated
CaptVfbb Head Group
offered at the Center.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday -
.
0 Volunteer
Charity Carnival the group inspected various
There are now eight schools
ObserversNew departments of the Naval Air Station
operation at the Center. For
enlisted personnel there are classes of the Ground and ComNabSix. Today, the
Naval Air Station at Green Cove
Airman Preparatory School; May 1516May Observer Corps School will be-
Springs will be inspected. Fridaythe
ation Electricians .Mate gin on Thursday, Jan. 15: and
party will return to NAS Jax
A&B course; Aviation 15 and 16 are the dates set for the 1953 Carnival Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 1930 to complete inspection here.

man School, A, B & 0 ; Charity to be held at the Naval Air Station. at 575 Riverside Avenue, Capt.
and the Aviation Charles J. Dillon Next week, other activities in
commanding
School. The Aviation Ground by U. Col. Paul S. booths, arranging entertainment officer, has announced. the area will be inspected. :Monday,

ficers School was added for Security Officer of the features, exhibits, and producinga These classes meet once a Jan. 19, the party has scheduledan

ior officers last year. the executive committee gigantic Kiddieland for the week on their respective days inspection of NAS Cecil Field

S 00 already met to lay ground- youngsters and names will be accepted af- Jan. 20, ii will inspect NAAS

The objective of the Center for whipping the big an ter the initial meeting. Glynco, and Jan. 21, NAAS Sanford -

two-pronged. One is to The school consists of two- .
.
event into shape. CAPT. Burnham C. McCaffree,
(Please Turn to Pare 2, Col. ) hour courses in plotting, filtering Comprehend Inspection
commanding officer of the Station,
entertainment features
e w
During this period CapU G. W.
.
I. radar tellingradar recording
been discussed, as well as and executive officer, Comdr. Foott
Sixth Naval District Sup
Credit Union in operating details James II. Armstrong, will act as different supervisory
3)F other ply Officer, will conduct an inspection -
positions plus many jobs.
and
president vice-president -
respectively
toward facilitating the
For further information on of the Navy Fuel Depot,
of the thousands of for the 1053 Charity
First Annual the Ground Observer! Corps Jacksonville. Today, II. T. Thirk-
and children who Carnival.
every telephone 7-8474. ell, District Records Management
I visit the station for this two- (Please Turn to Page 2, Co!. 5)) Officer, will inspect the Area
Next
TuesdayThe event. Wage and Classification Office

S SAN Lcdr. O. J. Seltzer, District Ord-
first annual meeting of : Pilots Of Three Local Units
Jax Navy Federal Credit INVITATION has been ex- nance Officer, will inspect the
to all commands to parti Underwater Reference Laboratory
will be held Tuesday, Jan. 27,
in this event to the fullest at Orlando.Col. .
1600. All members of the
possible. Two Senior offi- To In Rites D. N. Otis, District Marine
Union and their friends are Fly Inaugural
vited to attend. from each command will Officer, has conducted an inspection
as members of the Board of the Marine Barrack
Joseph E. Neth, president At least 20 local Navy personnel will participate in the Presiden.
at .
Governors of the Carnival, to NAS, Jax.VP5
the Board of Directors, has coordination and plan tial Inaugural Parade on January 20, but it is doubtful if they'll man- .

nounced that the meeting will age to see the new President take office.
held in Civilian Cafeteria. Back
Instead of being on the ground
are underway to make
Highlighting the meeting moth aerial parade put on by U.
carnival another "all hands" these men, Banshee and Panther
be reports of the progress of S. Armed Forces.
with military and civilian jet pilots from three Fleet Air From MaltaPatrol
Credit Union during the first
Two Carrier Air 10 units,
cooperating in the con- Jacksonville squadrons, will be Group
months of its operation. and manning of play. high in the air as part of a mam- Fighter Squadron 101 and Fighter Squadron Five, stationed
wilL also elect a complete Squadron 102, are to send eight on the tiny Mediterraneanisland

Board of Directors, five for planes each and Composite Squad of Malta for the past six

term of one year, and four ron 62 will add four more. .1 months, has returned to NAS

serve for two years. Jacksonville.Lt. .
TIGHTER Squadron 101
com
Edward Lozier
To Elect Officials piloted tha
manded by Lcdr. George IL Mahler
Five members of the first Neptune to arrive. He left
will head the local delegation.
Committee will also be Malta last Saturday.
It will combine with VC-62, com
three for one year and two Return of the ground person.
manded by Comdr. Noel R. Bacon,
a two year term of office. nel began last Sunday. To data
during the flyover to form a "V
group will also choose approximately 100 officers and
of Diamonds" formation.
members of the enlisted men have returned via
Committee, one member to Directly behind them In a "Right airlift.

elected for one year, and two p Echelon of Diamonds" arrange Relieving VP-741, another Jax

a period of two years. 0.f ment will come the pilots from squadron, VP-5 began its over.

Unit Has Grown r VF-102, commanded by Lcdr. Roy seas tour last August. It was stationed

Since the newly elected ": Dalton. at Luqua airfield, an BAr

cers will guide the affairs of Division leaders for the local airdrome on Malta.WEATHER .

Credit Union at a very aviators on the flight will be .

time in its development, Lcdr, Mahler and Lt. Jack Stetsonfor OUTLOOK

urge that all members attend VF-101, Lcdr Dalton and Lt. Friday Increasing cloudiness:

first annual meeting. They ..........,....,.- "OIl I I '" '<1',,,,,.- ..... .. Roy Rechstelner for VF-102 and with showers and wind shifting
ther stress that the Credit Lt. James Peddy for VC62. from southerly to westerly.
READY FOR INAUGURAL-Maintenance techniques on the
ion is a cooperative group, jet nose wheel Is given the once-over by these VF-101 BANSHEE photo Jets will be Saturday Broken overcast

ating under a Federal charter.In as they prepare for their part in the Presidential In- flown by VC-62. Fighter Squadron skies with showers, west to north.
accordance with the ceremonies in Washington Jan. 20. Left to right, are: Ar- 101 pilots will fly Banshee west winds.
tions set forth in the Charter Adamson, AN; Ensign William Pierce; Lt. (Jg) Raymond fighter planes and VF-102 aviators
and
( ; Murray Fox, AD3; Lt. James Ilinkel and Ensign Elsen- Sunday-Clearing cooler
(Please Turn to Page S, Col. will be flying Panther fighters. with northwest winds.Yon .







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JAX AIR NEWS 15 January; 1953
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tlll R4 I ., 4JE--W 5 Takes. OverOperations Harty



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air MAINSIDEThurs.
Station. Jacksonville, Fla.
Jan. 15
NAS Jacksonville
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree Commanding Officer Comdr. Harry L. Harty baa assumed Halls of

Comdr. James H. Armstrong. Executive Officer his new duties as Operations MontezumaRichard Widmaxk

Fleet Air Jacksonville officer of the Naval ,Air Fit Jan. 1C

. Rear Adm. Osborne B. H rriienn Commander Station. Comdr. Harty relieved
: Taxi _H..H.TDan
Dailey
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins Chief of Staff Comdr. Y i
I Paul J. George who had '
Sat. Jan. 17
Fleet Air Wing Eleven been Operations officer for the :
Capt. Arthur S. Born._ Commander Ivanhoe ... Robert Taylor
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer past two and one-half :years. NATTCeater

Naval Air Technical Comdr Harty comes to lax
Training Center
Thaws Jan 15
Capt. Edwin R. Peck Commanding Officer from the USS Roosevelt in the

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart Executive Officer Mediterranean where he servedas My Cousin

Naval Hospital navigator. This is his first tour Rachel __ Olivia de Xlaviland

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton here. FrL Ja*. 18
Capt. T, F. Weinert CommandingOOfficer
A. native of Sllceston Mo., Comdr. Harty halls ofMontezuma.

NARTU Comdr. Is 1939 _Richard Widmark
Harty a graduateof
Capt. Easton D. Noble Commanding Officer plete a course in all-weather train
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer the Naval Academy. Following 84. Jan. 17
ing. He will then proceed to NAS
graduation, he reported to the Taxi _..,. Dan Dailey
Norfolk for in
special training
Th JAX AIR NEWS li published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. USS Saratoga, and during WWII, NAVAL HOSPITAL
r Florida, and printed commercially with noiwapproprjated funds served Fleet Airborne Electronics before
: o."xvlIlie as executive officer of Patrol
no to the government and In compliance with NAVtXOS P-35. Rev.Nov. assuming permanent duty at NAS Thura. Jan. 15
1915. Copies are distributed tree of the Naval Air Station the Squadron 204, commander of '
Naval Air' Reserve Training Unit, Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Brunswick, Me. Girls In the I
Naval Hospital. \ Patrol Squadron 210, and com- Night _.. Joyce Holden l
Editor-Andrew H. Planey mander of the Training Detachment -

Staff Members: Vivian Williams, SA; John Charvat, AN; Helen of Headquarters Squadron Capt. Harp Named FrU Jan. 16 I

Harper. 5. Chief Of Chaplains My Cousin

The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service Comdr. Harty baa also been at- Capt. Edward B. Harp, Jr., will Rachel .._ Olivia de Haviland ,
AFPS material appearing l In this publication may not be reprinted wlthaut i
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Rfpublication of other tached to the Staffs of (bmAirf become the Navy's new Chief of Sat. I... 17 .
matter except by service publications, 1s prohibited without permission oEdltnr. Lant Commander Carrier Halls ofMontezuma.
; Division
JAX MR NEWS. Chaplains and assistant Chief of

1; Commander Fleet Air Personnel Feb. 1 it has been ....Richard Widmark
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension on ,
8184 and 216. Quonset, and Chief of Naval Air announced. .

Basic Training at Pensacola. He will replace Rear Adm.

Report From Washington Comdr. George has left for NAS Stanton W. Salisbury, who is re- Charity CarnivalContinued

Corpus Christ where he will cornNAVY'S tiring.
I ( from Page 1)


New Departing Defense ..d-fwci dd ?. Chairmen of other committees,

who will serve under General

k Chairman Colonel Treitel are:

Department Leaders Meet .., Capt. Leonldas D. Coates, Jr., f

Kiddieland; Oomdr. Harry L

Harty, Jr., Raffles!; Comdr. Richard t
Armed Forces Press Service)
(By
Frank Pace :Jr., Secretary of the dPSJ L. Mann, Construction; Comdr. J
The outgoing and incoming civilian
Edward J. Bryant, Food and Re-
Dan Kimball and Secre-
leaders of the Defense De- Navy ,
freshments; Comdr. R. L. Shep-
partment conferred recently for tary of the Air Force Thomas K. {
ard, Finance; Lcdr. Charles I* ;
the first time at the Pentagon. Finletter. 1
Garrettson, Exhibits; Lcdr. Curtis -

Secretary of Defense-designate C e J. Zane, Publicity; Lcdr. Rich-
Charles B. Wilson, president of
The Air Fore recently received ard V. Donahue, Entertainment;
General Motors, was Joined for ..
the Pentagon briefings by the final approval to build an essen- r.* Lt. James F. Gray, Booths; Lt.

I Frank L. Molinaro, Security and
four men who will be his key civilian tial Air Command Control Cen-
SEA-DART-Flist picture of the world's first delta Traffic; Jack R. Sharpe, Pro-
assistants. I ter at Offutt AFB, Neb.:,. when wing seaplane shows the Navy XF2Y-1 "Sea Dart" as it is launchedon grams and Philip D. Myers, Sec-

They are Roger :M. Kyes, 46, the Bureau of the Budget San Diego Bay to start pre-flifht trial runs. The triangle-
ap- and Treasurer.
vice president of General Motors shaped Jet fighter represents, Navy officials say, "A successful retary
proved the expenditure of approximately blending of the high speed land airplane's performance with the S e e
who will be Deputy Secretary of inherent versatility and mobility of water-based aircraft.
$8,000,000 to build the ACTING in an advisory capacity -
Ten Broeck Stevens
Defense; Robert -

53, a noted textile manufac- structure.. I are Capt. Julius C. Early,

turer 'and a colonel in the Quar- e I Navy Unveils 1951-1952 Carnival Chairmanand
The Department of Defense J/2-GaIIon ClubMembership
termaster Corps during WWII, Theodore Fritch, administrative
has asked the Selective Serv-
who will be Secretary of the JetPoweredSeaplane assistant.
ice System to induct 53,000
Army; Robert Bernard Anderson, Sub-committees, who will assist

42, a Texas attorney, who will be men for the Army In February. Still GrowingNine the various committee chairmen
Officials said the high call was
Secretary of the Navy, and Harold with their assigned responsibilities -

H. Talbott, 64, a director of aircraft necessary to replace men whose new members were add- A new jet-powered delta wing will be named and announcedat
term of service was coming to an ed to the Half-Gallon Club
.production for the War Production ros- a later date.
end. The February call Is the ter last week seaplane, the XF2Y-1 "Sea Dart,"
bringing the to-
Board during WWII, who While work has begun on the
largest for the Army since the which was unveiled the
by
tal Navy
membership to 162
will be Secretary of the Air Force. 1953 Carnival, aJckaonville Char-
early months of 1951. There was New members are: recently, is now in the midst of
At the Pentagon, the incoming ities are still sharing in the $M-
Officials met with their opposite a higher call for the Armed Paul J. Vlasek, ADC, Fasron pre-flight trial runs. 000 net proceeds derived from last
Forces, 59,650 men, In January, 6.
numbers who will leave office The new U. S. Navy experi- year's event.
1952; but 11,650 were Inducted into Harris Hofmelster, Supply.

January 20. They are Secretaryof the :Marine Corps with the balance James C. Heard, AB2, Fas mental ship is marked by a long, The Jacksonville CommunityChest
Defense Robert A. Lovett, Deputy -
going to the Army. ron 6.Clarence. pointed nose and is shaped likea has received a check for
of Defense WilliamC.
Secretary $31,500 the Relief Asso-
S e ; Navy
Foster, Secretary of the Army :McCall, OAR. triangle. For better rough water ciation has been presented $10-

Army personnel will be granted Lawrence F. Hobbs, Jr., DCl, landing and takeoff charac
000 and the funds will
Comdr. Carter Gels emergency leave to go home from NATTCenter. teristics ; remaining
the
I XF2Y-l is equippedwith soon be distributed among the
overseas stations If the trip contributes I Charles J. Roden AD2, Fas-
hydro skis the Duval County Chapters of the
: first such
ComNabSix Duties to the welfare of a dying ron 109.Leroy.

member of the Immediate family. E. Wrede, AN, Special application to a combat type air- Heart Association, the American
John L. Carter former Cancer Society, and the National
Comdr.
:
Emergency leave will be granted Services. craft in this country, and perhapsin
officer of Society for Crippled Children and
commanding Fighter also in the event of a death of Jack E. Shackleford, AOAN, the world.Commenting.
Squadron 12, has relieved Comdr. a serviceman's wife or child. Individuals VP-5. Adults. All have been previous
T. Corneliussen on the possibilities beneficiaries of carnival
proceeds.
Stephen as will be given free military Francis J. Lescarbear, AE3,
officer of Naval AirBases of the
Operations hydro-ski principle, .
transportation and priorities"in Operations.
6th Naval District. John F.
Floberg assistant
,
keeping with the degree of

Comdr. Cor- urgency in each case," the Army Secretary of the Navy, said
neliussen, who DIVINESERVICES
Lower Doc Standards
said. that aircraft so equipped "could
is being trans- !
.
Physical standards
ferred to Air governingthe be very handy In a number of
acceptance for military dutyof \
TransportSquadron NATTCenterContinued situations for which we don'tnow -
physicians: dentists and veter-
12, have a suitable article. I
( from Page 1) inarians who are Selective Serv- Protestant
Norfolk, Va., ice "Hydro-ski equipped aircraft 0800-Episcopal Communion
registrants, and of Reserve
the select trainee with the aviation
was previously Officers who might be a means of providing Services, Small Chapel.
are obligated for
executive of- know-how that will make fighter 0830 All
duty in the classification support for attack aircraftin Saints Chapel.
: same
ficer of Fleet y him a first class fighting man in a' one-shot basis refueling 0913'-.Naval Hospital ChapeL
status, have been lowered.
Aircraft Scrv->...-. ,J.<. the fleet, and the second is to fit from a small high-speed ship or 0930Sunday SchooL

Ice Squadron Comdr. Carter the man to the Job for which he pride in the accomplishments of submarine, within or adjacent to 1045-A11 Saints ChapeL

109. For two is best equipped in Naval Avia- the Center. The work being done enemy territory where the use Catholic

years he was commanding officer ion. The Center is accomplish'ng here will play a.vital role in the of a carrier force would not be 0800-0900-1000 Mass, St. Ed

of Fighter Squadron 81. Comdr. this objective at the mass uncertain future that is facingus justified." ward's ChapeL

Corneliussen was a fighter pilot t production rate of 20,000 graduating I alL It is an inspiring thing in The new XF2Y has no horizontal 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL

during World War II. students per year. these troubled times to see the tail, but is equipped with a Mormon

A combat veteran of World War Captain Peck, in commenting all-out emphasis put squarely on triangle shaped vertical pin and 1930-Tuesday-NATTC' -Chap

JI, Comdr. Carter saw extensivecction )n the anniversary stated "I the one thing that will be most rudder. "Elevons" on the wing lain's office.

while serving aboard the lave always taken pride in the vital to the Navy in the days to trailing edge replace conventional Christian Science.

USS Wasp in South Pacific theatre :ommands to which I have been come-the trained technical skill ailerons and elevators for control 1900 Tuesday-NATTC Chap-

campaigns. assigned, but I take particular of the Navy's enlisted men." action. lain's office.



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I 15 January 1953 JAX AIR NEWS 9ago Srhieo .



Reveal Policy ChangesIn I Combat Servicemen May Get Income Tax RefundThe I 1


Revenue Act of 1950 by armed forces disbursing it should include a certificate

officers should not include from the personnel or disbursing -
(Public Law 90S), as amendedin
combat zone pay free / officer indicating the period
Sea-Shore Rotation 1951, provides that enlistedmen quently, the disbursing officer spent in the combat zone or

may exclude from federal makes this notation on the hospital.

gross income tax all active form servicemen or ex-service- .SSMEMBERS

Washington (AFPS)-Several policy changes have been made In service pay, and officers may or is filed with, the annual of forces 1 n

the requirement for transfer from sea to shore duty and in the lengthof exclude up to $200 of their pay income tax return. the U. S. or its possessoins

normal sea duty tours, the Navy announces. for any month they served In a S are required to file income tax

Bureau of Personnel Instruc Personnel who complete a nor- combat zone after June 24, IF NO SUCH statement of 'statements on March 15th of

lion 1306.20 outlines the changes, mal tour of sea duty must applyto 1950 exclusion is noted on the W-2 each year in the same manneras

increasing the length of sea duty 4ie Bureau for shore duty. S S form or if it is believed that the general public. A 90-day

tours in some rates and shorten These requests will be processedand ALSO EXCLUDED is income combat pay is included in the extension of time may be

ing them in others. the name of the man con- received while a servicemanwas form, serviceman or exserviceman granted without penalty to ser-

Rates affected by the changesin cerned will be placed on the hospitalized as a result of should claim a refund by vicemen who are stationed outside

sea duty tours are: BMC and sh duty eligibility list. wounds" disease or Injury incurred filing an amended tax state the U.S., Alaska and

MM1, from 4 to 3 years; TEC and Another policy change requires while serving in the ment. It should be filed in the Hawaii, provided they apply fora

TE1, from 2 years to 18 months; personnel being ordered to shore combat zone the with- same office of the Collector deferment under Section 513

RMC and CSC, from 4 to 2 years; duty to have obligated service holding statement (form W2)issued ) of Internal Revenue where his of the Soldiers' and Sailors'
to each man in service original statement was filed; Civil Relief Act.
CS2, from 3 to 2 years; Sill, SH2, equal to the length of shore duty

and 8H3, from 2 to 4 years; MM2, for his rate. Previously, three

MM3, BT2 and BT3, from 3 to 4 yean were sufficient for all except Protects Lower Torso

years; SDC and SD1, from 4 to 3 seamen and firemen where Reserve Officers Can

I years, and TN and TA from 3 to only two years were required.Must .
I 2 years. Serve Longer New Armored Shorts To Request Credit Reports

Rotation Not Automatlo Men without the required obli- Upon request to the Reserve

The Navy stressed that these gated service who receive shore Offer More Protection Officer Performance Recording

changes are merely the normal .duty orders and refuse to extend Washington (AITS)-Armored shorts are being battle tested by Activity in Omaha, Neb., Naval
length of sea duty tours, and they their enlistment to attain sufficient
in Reserve officers
the Marines Korea. can now get an
do not mean that personnel will service time, will be re-
The "diaper" supplements the annual record of promotion cred-
I be ordered to shore duty upon quired to serve another two yearsat
i armored vest which combat troops its earned in grade and of retirement
completion of their designatedtours. sea to become eligible to request
I have been wearing for several
shore duty again. points earned under Public
I months in Korea with astonishing
Before this change, men in this results. Law 810.Lay.

category had to serve another full
Meanwhile, the Army announces
tour at sea to be eligible.
that a new protective "lower
f Under the new policy, the only torso item" has been developedand Keel For

I way a man can decline orders to that it would start to deliver

shore duty is by not having test garments to Korea by Feb.
enough time to serve, and refusing 60,000TonSupercarrier
1, 1953.
I to extend his enlistment.In S *

"Attention All Hands! Admiral's addition, when a man leavesa The Army's lower torso armor .

inspection by the Inspector Gen- tour of sea duty for personal resembles Jockey shorts and is
eral of ComNabSlx on Tuesday." convenience, under the new regu- supported by suspenders worn New York (AJo'PS-A keel-lay.
lations, the tour of duty is con- ing ceremony for the Navy's sec-
Those few words were the cause under the armored vest. It is designed -
of furniture in the halls; Venetian sidered completed.Vacancies. to protect the hips, abdo- tH ond flush-decked carrier, the 60-
ass % 000-ton Saratoga, was held recently -
blinds in the bathtubs; Waves men and groin.
at the New York Naval
with buffer, brooms and mops in material
ListedAt Made of the same as
k ka Shipyard, Brooklyn.
Barracks 722. Mary Dimick, MAA, the armored vests, the shorts con .
obtained extra cleaning suppliesto Subic Bay P. I. slat of 12 layers of flexible, spot Secretary of the Navy Dan A.
Kimball
fulfill the demands, while details laminated nylon duck, covered speaking at the cere-
were assigned by Kay Shorb, Quartermen and Leadingmen supervisory with a layer of waterresistantvinyl mony, said the Navy needs 10
positions at Naval Station supcrcarriers, and one of the
Lona Starling, Mary Young, Hel- and an outer cover of nylon
en Grubber, Louise Downing and Subic Bay, P. I., are now fabric. early ones should be atompowered.

Marge Clarke. A well done to available according to a recent S S .

everyone! The "Joint" sure had a announcement issued by the Navy The lower" torso armor will be "We need to build at least onea
Overseas Employment Office until have total
of
polish. year we a
small medium and
available in --
The positions available include 10," Mr. Kimball declared. "It is
large sizes, with laces permitting
We welcome a new crew to Quarterman, Automotive Mechanic overlapping adjustments on each New Armored Short my earnest hope that an early

NATTCenter. Included are Blanche with pay at $6,389.76 per an- about one of these additional carriers,
side. The shorts weigh four
Bennett, Jean Dowsett, Yvonne num; and Quarterman, Public pounds and cover approximatelyfour of all types of missiles and reduces which we hope the Congress will

Burger, Ellen Telfer, Ruth Dyar-, Works 6549.50; Lead ingman, square feet of the torso. The torso wounds by 60 to 70 allow us, will be powered by a
Public Works, $5,850.62; Leading- plant using nuclear materials for
Ethel Oakley, Joan Flannery, lower edge of the vest overlapsthe percent.
Joan Casslsta, Doris Seronlck, man, Laborer, $4,412.93, and Lead- top of the shorts. The vest together with the new fuel."

Gloria Thompson, Charlotte Lei- Ingman, Refrigeration Mechanic, shorts The new Saratoga will be 1-
The Army Quartermaster Corps armor gives protective coverage
big, Dixie Wisehart, Flora James, 577075. to the entire torso. 040-feet long, 252-feet wide, and
is acting to procure 1,000 pairsof
Jean llichter, Doris Mitchell and Qualifications for these posi- cost approximately $209,700,000.
to Ko-
the shorts for shipment
Hilda Carr. To NAS comes Mary tions vary. Persons Interested > ..

Roehm, who will be on the MAA may see a copy of the announce- rea for testing. purposes.. Speed Up General Ensigns Go Up
staff in Barracks 722. ment at the NAS Industrial Relations -
Department. The Marine version It lighterby With the arrival of the new
I.
Persons interested may file for one pound, weighing three Line School Study year, the Navy estimated some
Smooth to June Dusen-
sailing these positions by forwarding via pounds, and was developed by the 3,800 ensigns became eligible for
berry who was transferred to official channels Standard Form Navy Medical Service. promotion to. lieutenant (jg),
:Memphis, Tenn.; Monique Huppe For Naval OfficersWashington
87 to the Navy Overseas Employment Combat experience in Korea reveals thanks to lower time-in-grade requirements -
and Carol to Lake-
Hoogesteger Office (Pacific), 45 Hyde that the armored vest deflects GenI I for 1953.BLOOD .
(AFPS) The
hurst, N. J.; Pat Faes to Olathe, .
Street, San Francisco 2, Calif. approximately 65 percent
eral Line school has
program
Kan., and Helen Glann to Pensa-
cola, Fla. been shortened from an 11-month BANK
-------.S course to six months, the Navy
At NAS, it's "goodbye" to Millie -

Moyer, who was transferred to e has announced. BOX SCORE
Designed to give all Regular
Norfolk, Va.
N.. Terbra
Navy line officers a similar background Quota
E Diet rent
Our "get well' wishes are sent ]
in naval science subjects,
NATTCenter 253 364 143.8
to Carolyn O'Brian, who is in the
hospital. the course will now be convened Operations 12 15 125.0

Y seml-annually at the Naval Marines 10 22 220.0
There are two new additionsto
School, Monterey, Calif. FAW.l1 13 13 00.0
the Jax Air News Staff They ri
The acceleration of the course Com'cations 4 4 100.0
are Millie Moyer and Ann Hearl.
came as a result of a review of Admin. 3 3 100.0
t the records of the remaining eli Medical 2 2 100.0
Citizenship Rights For :
gible officers for the school. The Dental 1 1 100.0

Deserters, Ex-Convicts review showed that all the officers Re. Fleet M 50 58.8

Citizenship rights have been have already acquired muchof NARTU 1 /4 tiT.l

restored to thousands of peace the background the course is Supply 21 15 55.5:

time deserters from the armed e designed to provide.The Spec.Serv 4 2 :Sao
_
forces and to many exconvictswho zj; speeding up will allow pro Pub. Wk. 24 :5 20.8

have served honorably in : ___ cessing of about 1,500 officers a ComFalrJu It 18 20.2

uniform during the Korean War. year, the Navy said. o a: R 1115 22 19.1

The voting privilege will be the ---t 5S Cecil Field 11 1 '.2

principal right given back to the _..,_ ...xWRW...__'t.k.t"". ..m...... ..._.'..._._..._..-.. .. Alaskan Tours Cut Or.Cove Src. 35 1 2.1
majority .f those affected. While TARAWA CEREMONY-Lt. (Jg) William Lewallen of VA- Hospital 21. 0
the federal government does not 105 (center) is congratulated by Comdr. Russell, executive officer j Tours of duty for enlisted Ma- Engineers 11. 0

directly control the right,. the of the USS Tarawa, on making the 37,000th landing aboard that rines serving in Adak Alaska, l'1L' Mih Dot I' 0
states-which do have that con ship while Comdr. William Calder admires the cake which was Guam, and the Philippine Islands An 4 0 0
baked to celebrate the occasion. The landing was made while the slashed
have been to one year by
trol-are expected to follow the squadron, a unit of Carrier Air Group II, was on a recent train- Marine Corps Memo 126- Z. I.R.D. I' 0
federal lead. inr cruise In the Caribbean.



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LongNosed'P' /LR: s ...'. z1: : it1Jf" Fasron Six, VC-62 ReportScouting



Boat SquadronsFasron


Gets
RepairsThe -
Six I netted 20 points each, while

"Jimmie Durante" of the Last Friday's action in the Mutt" Pasco, Bradley Kidd, and
Men's Fasron Will collected 17 14 and
"P" boats, a P5M1 "Martin" r. City League saw Ewing ,
Six and R. C. Motors, its second 7 points respectively.
with its elongated nose, the first ,
cf the breed ever to come to x. *g. defeat of the season, 78-65. Mon- Monday evening the Banshees
the Banshees had little trouble in downing S.
day evening came
NAS Jax, is now undergoing :
repair at Fasron 109. ; : out on the long end of a 8347 B. Hubbard. Again taking the

After stopping here on a shut- ;; : victory over S",B. Hubbard. VC- ;, scoring honors were Bill Bailey

tle run, the big: boat developed 62 fell before a strong Gibbs with 22 while Jim Murray totaled.

engine trouble after its departure team in the second game to give lL
and was forced to return. Fasron Six full possession of first This concludes, the first round
place. : of the Men's City basketball
Piloted by Lt. Everett Shep- I
pard 'Of VR-31 at Norfolk, the The Fasronites were trailing by league with Fasron Six sitting on

"Marlin" is the newest member { tv w t t seven points at the first quarter, top .
r """"lrLr'fn' f : 'I1If'--" > iia "" "''''''''''''1t''v riW "
of the Martin Patrol Bomber but soon overpowered "R. C. to
series. Used primarily for T" BOAT-Fresh from the briny is the first P5M1 "Marlin" dominate the court the remainder The Fasron Six Pin Topplersare
ever to touch down on the St. Johns. On a shuttle run, the plane of the on their way to collectingnew
anti-sub work the long range game.
developed engine malfunction and landed. Repairs are now well laurels as the Veterans
bomber is capable of flying for under way at Fasron 109. Bill Bailey and Jim Murrayfiles
long distances without re-fuel I League team, captained by Ed
Axman, lead their closest competitor
-
ing.New features that make the I II S-S-SH, DON'T SAY IT-IT MAY B-iA NAMENames II by four games. The team
holds the
P5M-1 distinct from her predecessors league's high single
make the news at the wash. starting with Harold May with 928 and a second high three
are the bulbous nose
and new hull design.Atlantic Naval Air Technical Training The name given to a person and ending with Martin April. game set of 2562.
Center Within a year, thou- is many times the most unusual February Is represented by With eleven weeks remaining,
sands of people are processed and rare essential that's car- Charles Valentine and the past Fasron looks like a good best for

Fleet through the various schools and ried around during a lifetime. month's representative could the league championship.Team .

some of the most unusual Take for instance the name well be Nicholas Noel. The averages are, Don La-

Sets names are to be found here. Burton Truman, Jack Armstrong Florida Chamber of Commerce May, 168; George Baranski, 167;
Exercise
The Center at one time hada or the many John L. frowns on men like Forrest Howard Wrixon, 167; Jim Manno,

man named John Paul Jones Sullivan's that have appeared Snow and Jack Frost, but 166; Sigurd Gudal, 166; Ben Trus-

'LantTraex III'Norfolk VI among its ranks. Ships were upon the'rosters at the Center. Dewey Meadows might be ap- kowski, 164; Ed Axman, 161, and
represented by a Robert J. The name French D. Rlchen- proved of. John Anderson with 155.

Va. (AFFS)-Exercise Fleet. Personnel are always dollar holds its own and he's The absence of many Fasron

"LANT TRAEX III," a combined needed In a Navy, so such no relation, it's been found, to IF ED Boozen could arrangefor Officers and chiefs during the

Navy-Marine amphibious train- names as Chalres and Lenvil the comic.strip character, Dad- Barbara Rye to mix with past couple of days was the result -

ing operation to be staged in the Crews, William Sailer and Ar- dy W .rbuck When read in Donald Beerman,, the end result ; of the annual administrative

Caribbean area, will get under- thur Seaman fill that bill witha one breath, the names Jack S. would undoubtedly be Carl Material Inspection of FawTu-

way late this month.Approximately Richard Striker thrown in. Isams and Hans O. Waagen Sourbeer. Lant and VX-1, both of Key West,
40 ships, including complete a quaint meaning. As everyone knows, there's Fla.
attack transports, attack IF YOU WANT ship make Man, dig that crazy Wave with plenty of Wolfes in the Navy Fasron's selected group of 12

cargo ships, destroyers, and land- up: it's Ed Keel and Charles Evelyn Bopp as a handle. but as for unusual names at Officers, 7 chiefs, and one first
Hull. Then there is Frank and NATTCenter this to be class were
ing ships will be involved in the seems under the direction of
operation under the overall com- Don Deck, Conrad Helms, La TilE NAMES of the month the long and short of it: George the Squadron's Skipper, Lcdr.
mand of Vice Adm. Frank G. Maine Hawser and Donald Ship- can be found in the Center'sPRIZEWINNING Rackensperger and Harold Ey. Frederick E. Woodward.

Fahrion, Commander AmphibiousForce James O'Donnell, AF1, reported -
Atlantic Fleet. e ae back to the squadron last

The exercise includes training Local Baby Cops p e Tuesday after graduating from
. ashore in the Roosevelt Roads- photographers mate school at

Vieques, Puerto Rico area beginning Pensacola, Fla. I
Jan. 27. Later, the troops Fourth Spot In Warren H. Pattillo DKC, and

will become "aggressors" and re- Robert L. Perkins, A01, have re-
sist an amphibious assault land- Photo Contest t4KA SALTY HUMOR FROM cently reported to Fasron Six: for

ing by other marine units. A HERE AND THEREEditor's duty. Pattillo was previously attached -

landing at Onslow Beach, N. C., : ,. :;: to CAG-8, while Perkins
( note We
Bruce Hayden, 15-months:> old : never have
is also scheduled. came from Attack Squadron 45.
son of Mr. David Hayden, civilian boasted of our joke column, but .
Marine units involved
more entomologist at Preventative good jokes are hard to find. Notes
than 8,000 personnel, include the VC-6Z
Medicine Unit No.1, is have come across our desks be-
Sixth: Marine Regiment, Camp Composite Squadron 62 was upended .-
wearing a smile that is as broad rating us for our "stale" Jokes.
Lejeune, N C., and the Third Ma- as his father's.Hayden aa. \ But the jokes these complainers 72-64 by a "loaded" Gibbj
rine Air Wing from Miami, Fla. "'>>,: have sent to team Monday night in City Basketball
us are worse than
has a right to be :\ League
--S u < play, with the loss
proud, for has ,: ":: our own. Readers who feel they
young Brucp won f' \ bouncing them from
a first place
:, have a good joke fcr publication,
Marines Will Need the Fourth National Prize in the tie to one for second.
ftf
Children's ,::, : can feel free to send it to the lax
Eighteenth National ",1:, Bob Stearns
and Al
More Time-In-Grade '. '$ Air News.) Bullard
;'i# '
Photography Contest, which ,4S ss S ": t '\ split 39 points between them
For Advancements started Sept. 8 and ended Jan. __" ... .,,,,,1,,, :: while Bill Lawlor
3. _,_ _____'_.M--.__','<,'','"' "' : i. Sailor: "Golf is easy. An you contributed
Washington (AFPS) Marine SMILE do is smack the pill and then some good defensive work, but
private first class, corporal, and Mr. and Mrs. Hayden, who Bruce Hayden, 15-months-old walk." the victors' last minute scoring
technical sergeant candidates will live at 3248 Green St., Jack- son of David Hayden, entomol- Girl: "How interesting. Just proved too much.
ogist at Preventative Medicine
need more tlme-in-grade for ad- sonville, are putting their cash Unit No. I, has reason to smile. like some auto rides I've been A nip and tuck affair was copped
vancement in the next testing award into a fund especiallyfor He placed fourth in the Chil- on!" by VC-62 last Wednesday

period, the Marine Corps has an- Bruce's education. dren's National Photographic 66-57 from the Jax Navy JV's to

nounced. Contest. Judge: "Well, Sam, I see you're keep the squadron cagers in the
Men in these three grades will back for fighting with your wife. top spot tie. Only three points
have to serve an extra monthin Liquor again!" separated the teams when the last

grade to be eligible for pro- Sam: "No, sub, Judge. She three minutes period started.
motion. However, staff sergeants licked me this time." Joe Law, with 13, topped the
eligible for tech exams can apply scorers in this one with Al Bul-

with two months less time In ti- Junior: "Oh, momma, there's a lard contributing 11 and continu-
grade than was required for 1052 man in the Nursery kissing the ing his fine floor play and rebounding -
The changes were made in S nurse." .

Marine Corps Memorandum 122- ..9 ay iT Momma: (With running start), Six more squadron personnel
52 which announced the 1953 "Til fix him." have bene brought aboard the

spring examinations Junior: "April Fool. It's only unit via the welcome mat for

The new change requires the papa." duty: Lt. Henry II. Henderson,
three affected grades to have 10, Lt. (jg) William E. Nowers, Ensign -

11, and 15 months in grade respectively tj M "Did you give the major my Merle E. Gunnet, Robin J.
by May 1, 1953, to be note T""Yeah Plummer, ADAN; Walter A. McCoy -

eligible for the testing. No rrta but It won't do no good ADAN, and Eugene E.
change was made in the one year lie's blind as a bat. Erickson, AN.

in grade required for sergeants, "How's that?" Lt. Chandler V. Merrell was

but a two month reduction was "Well, he asked me twice where back from LSO School only one

made for staff sergeants cutting my hat was and I was wearing It week before putting that trainingto
their time in grade to one year. all the time." good use. He and Lt. John T. .
First general military subjects Crosby were LSO's aboard the

tests for pay grades E-5:>, E-6, and z z Boot: "You should be more careful USS Coral Sea during VC-62 car-
E-7 will be given Jan. 26, second to pull your shade down at rier qualifications here last week

tests, Feb. 18. First and second I ... ,.. -' night Chief. I passed your home end. '
f_ :: ; ,_ : ,: fAE'"P"-
tests for E-3 and E-4 will be held 'f' last nignt and saw you kissing .
Jan. 28 and Feb. 20( respectively. FRANCE'S LOSS-A black 'n white picture gives only the your wife." Real Blood Giver
The first technical tests will be barest essentials of French import Gaby Andre, who was signed Chief: "Ha, ha. The Joke's on Bosn. L. W.
recently to a Warner Bros contract. A color photo would show Livingston donated
held Jan. 27 and the second testson you.Mac. I bad duty and wean his 64th pint of blood
Miss Andre to possess copper hair, green eyes, and a creamy at the Na-
Feb 19. Awhile complexion. Heck, use your imagination! home last night. val Base in Philadelphia



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Office Here Gives Helpful Hints 1



I[ Problems Arise When Shipping Household EffectsMultiply I- Study DODAdvisors Service J



by thirty the headaches
PERSONNEL proceeding to a School Plans
that transporting household goodsof
new station prior to the time -
one family produces, and you
household goods are shipped are ItflP[
understand the troubleshooting AFPS In
will dally Washington ( ) an
warned to leave their wife or
routine of the Household effort to give Service personnel ;
agent with the required numberof I
Goods Unit of the Supply Depart- ,3 "the best chance to further their
certified copies of change of r
ment here.A education while in uniform," a
station orders, and also written
staff of eight, supervised by group of leading educators has
authority for her to make ship-
been appointed to review the edu-
)tr. Betty Hardy, surveys changeof
ment in their name. Both are essential -
duty orders to see what is involved cational opportunities and pro-
before shipment can be
-t
and what personnel are entitled made. grams within the Armed Forces,

to, and what method of Assistant Secretry of Defense
Prior to moving all Information -
shipment Is best to use. In addi- day Anna :M. Rosenberg has announ-
possible about housing
tion, they authorize shipment, ced.
conditions at the new duty sta- 0
contact and make all arrange-
tion should be obtained. Person-
ments with carriers and answer The civilian advisory group,
nel who do not have a definite
numerous daily personal and telephone which includes four college presidents -
place 'for goods to be shipped
Services'
Inquiries. will evaluate the

'. should request storage until an education set-up and make recommendations -
address is available.If .
TinS GROUP not only expe- for its improvement

dites shipments of furniture for orders are changed or can- through the Department of De-

celled, or a change of destinationof fense.
personnel moving from here, but
\ receives incoming shipments for shipment is desired, the ship- GETS SHIPPING ADVICE-Howard E. Case, YN3, nets aid Membership of the committee

personnel arriving In the Jack- ping officer should be contacted In making arrangements to ship his household roods home, from Includes: Dr. E. B. Fred, President -

sonville Immediately. Betty Hardy, supervisory traffic clerk. The Household Goods University of Wisconsin; Dr.
area. Unit of Supply department handles numerous shipments of this
Kenneth E. Oberholtzer
Superintendent -
"No two shipments are ever ON SHIPPING day, the Navy kind daily for personnel leaving or arriving at facilities In the of Schools Denver; Dr.

alike," remarked Mrs. Hardy, "but Jacksonville area.
man, or his wife or agent, shouldbe Frederick A. Middlebush, President -

there are some basic requirementsthat at,home. It is advisable to con- shipments to go smoothly. Do not dence exactly on the appointed University of Missouri, and

all must meet before we can tact electrical dealer and hour. It is difficult to schedule
an see contract for shipments with com- Dr. Leonard Carmichael, President -
even begin to help them." move at a precise time.
that such equipment as washing a
mercial concerns unless authorizedto Tufts College.
Too often personnel will request machine, deep freeze, refrigerator Do not request special services .
do so in writing by the shipping
shipment of household goods without and television set are servicedfor from the carrier without check- Also on the committee are: Dr.

first having certified copiesof shipping. The Government does officer. Ing with the shipping officer.Do Charles Dollard, President Car-

change of station orders. With- not perform this service. Also, arrangements Do not request storage-in-tran- not pack dishes and bric-a- negie Foundation; Dr. Logan Wil-

out these forms, the staff cannot should be made to sit If goods are being moved by brac. Professional packers are bet- son, Vice-President, University of

determine what it is involved or have telephone and other utilities van, unless able to take deliveryof ter qualified to do the job. Usually North Carolina; Dr. Detlev W.

make arrangements for proper discontinued.All the property within a sixty- I commercial firms will not Bronk, President Johns Hopkins

Do not become alarmedif claims for damages to items
shipment. day period. I pay
household goods should be University, and Dr. Ralph W. Ty-
the not the resi- which do not pack.
movers are at they
I
turned over for the same destination ler, University Examiner, Univer-
IT IS recommended that those
at one time except Itemsto sity of Chicago.
entitled to shipment (ordinarily be shipped by express. China Loan Guaranty Extended .

only personnel in pay grades of and cooking utensils should be
Recalled WWII Vets( Are
P03 and above) obtain nine cer- cleaned and stacked on top a table, EligibleFor Promotions For


tified orders copies and then of change contact of the station shipping items ready should for the be called packer.to the Fragile at- New Loans Under K-Vct Bill Ensigns To Be


officer at least five days in tention of packers. Groceries and first of two articles dealing with Automatic Now
advanoe of (Editor's Note: This Is the
contemplated moving
food supplies should be put in one of
the eligibility of Korean veterans who have taken advantage '
date. place. the loan guaranty provisions under the WWII Dill of Rights Washington (AFPS) The

Personnel arriving In the Jacksonville and wish to apply for these benefits under the new K-Vet Bill. Navy has announced that it will

area, who have house- ARTICLES should be removed Korean veterans who have sold the homes or farms they pur- promote about 2,500 ensigns to

\ hold goods in transit, should the WWII Dill of lieutenant junior grade Jan. 1
from drawers of furniture intended chased with the aid of guaranteed loans under

check with Mrs. Hardy immediately for packing and crating. If furni- Rights are eligible for full loan guaranty rights under the new and make promotion automaticfor
arrival and leave other when
upon a is to be qualified ensigns
ture moved by van, linens K-Vet Bill.
of contact. they have 18 months service.A
.
point Frequently shipments -
and clothing may be left In the The Veterans Administration
of goods will be received, President Truman July 16, new Navy order lowered the
drawers.
that this renewal of
pointed out ,
and cannot be delivered becausean is 1952, extends the loan guaranty time-in-grade requirements for
If the shipment going by who
to veterans
applies
address or phone number is should obtain rights provisions of the WWII Bill promotion to lieutenant (jg) from
van, personnel a of real
not available. disposed property pur- to veterans who served any- 24 to 18 months. The 24-month
copy of the Inventory sheet from chased with the aid of business
where in the world since June requirement had been in effect
the driver. The van driver will
which
loans guaranteed or
were 27 1950 the start of the Ko- since
1951.
April,
Railroads Will Continue also request "a certificate of packing" insured under the WWII Bill of
rean campaign. Under the new order, ensignsof
to be signed. This will con-
Reduced Fares To July tain an itemized list of the unitsof Rights. Under the two bills the VA the Regular Navy and of the

Railroads will continue re- packing performed and should The K-Vet Bill signed by guarantees the lender against loss Naval Reserve on extended active

duced fares for military home loans to 60 cent will be
furlough be checked carefully. Never sign on up per duty promoted the day

personnel traveling in uniform the certificate in blank. AFTER PAYDAYFort of the loan, with a maximum after they reach 18 months in

at their own expense. A Finally personnel should be guaranty of $7,500.On grade.
,
spokesman for the Associationof sure to make arrangements for Hood, Texas (AFPS)- farm or business loans, Those promoted must first meet .

American Railroads said receipt of property at destination.In Capt. Stanley L. Martyniak the VA guarantees the lender physical and professional require

the reduction was due to ex- and Lt. Mike W. Tipps, post against loss up to 50 per cent ments."I .
case of direct delivery by van,
pire Jan. 31 but will be ex- their must be finance officers, discovered that of the loan, with a maximum
personnel or agent
tended to July 31.Combat. their palms always itched after guaranty of $4,000 on loans Involving -
at home to receive shipment.
payday. Medical officers real estate and $2,000
said that the two were aller- real
loans not Involving es
on
MRS. HARDY also lists a few
gic to money. "It's probably the
tate.
"do nots" that should be understood -
Pay by personnel who wish their ink in the bills," a doctor said. The new amount of guaranty

available under the K-Vet Bill to

Goes To 20 ,,. -' ':"TI:, veterans who used their loan
: : :. benefits under the WWII
@) <.j guaranty -

Ships UnitsTwenty ,' .. :;.,.1": Bill will be reduced by:

'J 1. The initial amount on real r

property to which the veteran
Navy ships' and units ,
still holds title.
earned combat between June
pay 2. The initial amount of the
1, 1950: and June 30, 1952, it is
guaranty on a loan which Is In

reported.The default, and,

20 were ones subjected to 5 3. The initial amount of the

enemy fire or explosion for six Y c'+ t guaranty on a loan on which the was running low on gas!"

days of any months before com- VA has paid a claim-(AFPS).

bat pay became law July 1, 1952. -S. S

Some 130 vessels were listed as First Sailor: "Where have you 48,000 Women NowIn

combat units, but their crews are been all this time?" Armed Services

not eligible with the exception Second Sailor: "I was in a
Washington (AFPS) The
of those who may have been phone booth talking to my girl, Defense Department has dis-

wounded. but Marine wanted to the
a ( use
closed that more than 48,000

OpNav Notice 1030 authorizes phone so we had. to .get out." women are currently servingIn
*
disbursing officers to pay $45 a the Armed Forces.A .

month for each month an indi After years of poverty, the old tabulation completed recently -
miner struck it rich. He rushed
vidual's ship or unit earned it.
-- "" ;:" of the active duty
However, all hands who are eli- home and threw a thousand dol-
strength of Regular and Re-
TRAIN French students
FRENCH STUDENTS are givenan
"
lars In front of his wife. "Now
gible must file for the paymentwith Indoctrination lecture by Lt. John R. Hughes left), AO School serve officers and enlisted ser-

their disbursing officer. training officer and Lt. John C. Klotzbach, training officer of the he said happily, "you'll be able to vicewomen shows 16,800 in the

Those who don't will lose out as AO Officer's School. Reporting to the Center to attend Aviation buy,yourself some decent clothes." Army 12,414 in the
the Navy it will not check Ordnance (B) Course, then to return to France after their stay "I will not" she exploded. "Ira Navy,
says here, are students (left to right), PO2 Rene Fogliani; POI Jean going to dress Just like the other 2,599 in the Marines and 10,584 r.
records to determine eligibility Querrou; POI Jean Cruclanl; CPO Valentin Le Gris and Lt. (jg) in the Air Force. ,
except when asked to. Marc Chanrials. girls.


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'''TIC Fighters


Canvas Fliers t sj s



Handily, 6-1 1 < k d : .

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Infantry Center boxers of Fort
Benning flattened Jax Navy's i:4: /4

highly regarded ring squad 6-1,
before a capacity crowd of dough J

boys in Briant Wells Field House Z 4 D .
{ r.
in the Fliers last time out It was

the Fliers third reversal in nine

4 with. John M. Charvat meetings. '
Serious training this month has ;
The 1953 Gator Bowl game has been rehashed from been designed for the locals who :;-7

the opening kickoff to the closing play, by sports writers are prepping for the forthcoming
throughout this area and around the nation. But somebody Golden Gloves competition in s 'z

missed the boat some place, and we doubt if it will dock in downtown Jacksonville. New s.

the local village again. head coach Tony Farias, reportedhis Sr

Our reference is to the poor direction of the halftime fighters lost no stature bow-

activities, which saw a stellar attraction sidelined until after ing to TIC. "They had good boysat

the game when only a scant few of the breathless patrons every weight, the best we've
:were on hand to witness a flamboyant display of marching seen all season."

magic.From Middleweight Bob Cline of Logan -
reports we've received, the St. Joseph's Drum and W. Va., was the sole Jax

Bugle Corps of Newark, N. J., should have been allowed to Navy winner, taking a split decision ,.
take up the full time allotted the bands and coronation cere- over Gordon Van Loo. Ac-

monies that dragged through for over 30 minutes.It's cording to the Bayonet, Fort Ben-

estimated that 15,000 fans were still in the ning's station paper, Van Loo was

stands when the precisionists from St. Joseph's were the victim of his own overconfidence

finally given the run of the field to display their wares. with little regard given toCline's in a LOOSE NATTCenter BALL-Three intramural pair basketball of hands grapple fracas between for a loose Supplyand ball

And once in action, the exits were like mammoth cavesas ring ability. It's unfortunate AE School, won by Supply, 56-39. AE Schoolman Ken Hill
no one made a move to leave. Preferring, rather, to that an alibi was given for a (22) and Supply's Bill Engle (23) look on while Tom Knoebberof i
watch the brilliant display before them. single TIC defeat. Supply battles AE men Tom Anderson (25)) and Tom Helm, ,
back to the camera. Supply tops the league standings.
There was no post-game mention about the St. Joseph'saggregation. Other bouts on the card all

Had they been allowed to perform at halftime, Fort Benning wins, went this

replacing some of the ostentatious actions that had the pat- way: Jesse Flores, 134, KO'd Florida Golors Sink

rons }leaving for cokes, the youngsters could undoubtedly Frank Carpenter, at 1:42: of the

have claimed the plaudits due them.It first round; James Bivins, 145,

will be to this if the St.Joseph's knocked out Marty Denkins; Willie
a big surprise department Ionlters 45.39
Parker, 149, TKO'd Bob
Drum and Bugle Corps play second fiddle in the White. Novy

New Year's Day classic again. ,
Leon Hall, 162 decisioned Cliff
*
Thompson; Len James, 137, deci An attractive schedule offering dual and open competi-
Erwin Scott, leading golfer in the Jax Navy area, established sioned Ronnie Burnworth, and tion is on tap for the Jax Navy swimming team, which last

a new course record for the local greensward last Jack King, 165, TKO'd Willie week was a 45-39 victim of the University of Florida in the
week when he fired a 69, despite a prevailing wind and cold Sims in the first round. Gainesville tank.

temperatures that handicapped his play. Coach Bob Rogers and Dick
field of swimmers In the
The previous record was held jointly by Tony Grego 150-yard
White were anxious to have all individual medley, gaining the ver- I
and Bill Foulk at 68. Although Scott's round was one Weekend Tryouts On
personnel on the station interested dict in 1:50.7.:
over the old mark, he was playing on a newly designed I Tap For Links Team
plant that has added 50 yards to the 18th hole. in competing with the var- MacVlra Backstroke

Professional Jack Harvey directed the course turnoverthe Initial tryouts for the varsity ity at the daily workouts lathe _Victor MacLaughlln outawant
golf team will be held this
first of October when he remodeled the tailend fairwayand Indoor Pool, 1630 to 1800. his competitors in the 200-yard
weekend, Friday and Satur- backstroke in a winning time
green, giving it the extra yardage. "It's a much im- Carr Top SwimmerThe
day. Any man on the station, of 2:48.9.: Richard Peuberthy was
proved layout, commented Harvey, "providing the golfer a Fliers' Dave Carr was the
or other bases in the Jackson-
second for the Fliers while Florida
truer test of accuracy and distance. Individual point leader against
ville area, is eligible to vie if counted third place with Ken
Bob Wallace, Charlie Weeks and Pete Gardner were play- he is a member of the Jax Florida, claiming 11 points on victories Newman.
ing in a foursome with Scott. Wallace carded a 74, three over Navy course. in the 50 and 100 yard free-
and member of the Florida's attack wtpaced by
par. An styles as a
extensive schedule is In
Marion Dees of Tampa who woa
Sunday the Officer's Wives Club will hold a 2-ball four- the offing for the local squad winning 400-yard relay team. the 200-yard backstroke and swam

some. The ladies are expected to be off the tee by 1330 and to be dotted with service, college Bill Brown Charlie Knee and the backstroke portion of the 150
all members are invited to participate.The and tournament competition. Cal Chamberlin teamed with Carr
yard medley relay. It was the
first of two rounds of medal play, ranking members Pro Jack Harvey is anxious for the relay victory, posting a Gators' first meet of the 1951
time of 4:11. Chamberin lead
of the station golf team will get underway at noon to have a large responsefor a season.
the opening sessions as the THE: SCHEDULE
is to the station whois
Friday. Eligibility open any man on
Fliers strive Jan. 23 MCAS
to surpass all pre Miami there
member of the local Jan. 24 Miami Univ. there.
a course.: .
vious season totals.Jayvees Jan 30 Kla. State Univ... there ( ).
Green fees and club memberships are reasonably priced, Feb 6 MCAS Miami here (').
Feb. 11 Coral Gablei, here.
within the range of all pay grades on the station. With the Feb. 13 :Miami Univ.. here.
swimming to be and other individual Feb 20 1'eiuacola. there (*).
pools yet opened rec- BounceVA45 Feb. 28 Ga Open Championship,
reation closed, the golf course is one of the few all weather Emory Univ.. Ga..r).
Mar. 8 1'eniacola. here (
.
facilities available.
now .Mar. 14 Fla. AAU. Gainesville ( ).
79-44; ( Indicates tentative dates)
,.R'affivl .
A damper was put on the Waves chances for a near-
perfect season when Iva McDonald was transferred to Mem- Cassell Hits 25 Boxers To Trade

phis in December. Iva, the wily court magician, was the big ,
gun in the gals' attack and as yet no adequate replacementhas Junior Cassell, who will be out Leather Sunday
fitted
for periodic varsity duty
been found. Rd
through the remainder of the With RaiforditesRaiford
Win lose the Waves have of
throng
or an eager sup season, cashed in 25 points as the
porters on hand for every outing. That's more than can be Jax Navy Junior Varsity ran Prison Is the next sche-
paid; for the varsity, who as yet hasn't played before two roughshod through an outclassed duled foe for the Jax Navy boxers

tables of bridge on a single eve. VA-45 quintet, 79-44, in a prelim who are finder a rigid training-
inary fray Monday night. program for the forthcoming-

FOLLOWIN' THE FLIERS-Bill Parkhurst, formerly The Jayvees were never head h Golden Gloves competition in the

with the Junior Varsity, set a rather unauspicious scoring ed as they steamed to a 17-8 first local village. The two squads will
record in the local's City League fray with VC-G2 last week, I quarter margin and led 30-20 at trade leather Sunday afternoon in

counting at least one fielder for both teams. Parkhurst had the half. Chuck Bollegar and Jim the Tigers' ring.

the town folk agog with a 40 point performance early in the DeJoy were big factors In the: Coach Tony Farias announceda

season, but when he tipped in a follow shot for the foe there Jayvee's success, canning 18 and traveling squad of six fighters

were a few dragging chins among his fans. "Third from IS: points, respectively.But for the Raiford engagement. Heavyweight -
left on the front row." That was Millie Mueller (pronounced the whole show was Cas- Ralph Jefferson, middleweights -

Miller, boys), new Wave in the Air News office, who per- sell, who built one of his own 11i. Ralph Perkins and Willie
formed with the Water Follies of 1948 in its tour of the na by scorching the nets for seven Fisher, lightweights Ronnie Burn-

tion. The blonde journalist is one of the top aquabelles in fielders In a hectic fourth period worth and Tom Stone and welter-

the southern area Rumors around the Mason Field diamond to lead the local's rout. Bob weight Jerry Deley will make the

indicate Vitamin Tom Neely will handle the hot cor- Smith was the big gun in the trip.Next
ner this season instead of his usual second base assignment.Last losers attack with 13 points. home meeting for the

week's yarn on the Iron Man Trophy was incorrectin Against VC-62 in City League Fliers Is a Jan. 29th card with
reporting that Fasron Six needed only one more leg to play last week the Jayvees were the Marines of NATTCenter ia
JOINS VARSITY Al Bui-
gain permanent possession of the award. The IMT rule book bounced 66-57 in an affair that lard, agile eager from- VC-62, the Leatherneck's: arena.

states four wins are required, leaving the Fasronites still had everything but spiked punch. has Joined the lax Nary varsity .
two short. Flu has already taken its toll of the Jax Navy Joe Law set the pace for the win- ranks and is proving a big Virgil Trucks formerly with
cagers this season. Roger Stelma was out of action against ners with 13 points. Bollegar was asset Like good wine. Bollard's the Detroit Tigers, It the only
has become better
S MacDill Monday night and Bob Reinhardt missed the Central high for the losers with an even shooting with age.eye IA his first outing he 19-time loser ever to pitch two

f College of Missouri tussle in late December. dozen. I meshed 16 points. no-hit games.



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Record Entries Fliers Drub MacDill; Host



Sign For HASIntramural Florida U. 'Bees Tonight



PlayA If the Florida University "B" team expects to leave the

last minute rush to avoid u i + Mainside "hive" tonight with n victory over the Jax Navy

the closing deadline brought en- Fliers the visitors should be braced for a buzzing shock, be-

tries for the Malnside basketball cause the locals will use every phase of their wasp-like attackto

and bowling leagues to near record repel such an effoH.
.
totals Friday with competition Y 1a Tipoff time is 2015: with a pre- It was the second victory over

slated to get underway this week. 1 liminary tussle slated for 1830. the visiting Air Force crew. In

Intramural basketball will be $ Q4 Saturday eve the Fliers are on the second game of the season at
divided into a pair of leagues with : o.
the road against the Georgia Tampa the locals shot their way
21 teams under fire while the Teachers College, but Monday to an 82-63 decision. The win

. keglers will roll with 15 teams they return to host the Pensacola Monday was even more impress
In a single league. Both sportsare Goshawks.
included in the Iron Man sive.Bob
Early this week lax Navy Grabaz was at his terrific
Trophy calendar. came within five points of passing best against MacDill, blisteringthe
Fasron Six is the
preee&80nchoice
the century mark for the laces for 31 uncanny points to
in both leagues. The versatile -
third time this season by bumbling establish a new individual high
Fasronltes, well on the road TIPOFF QUINTET-Jix Navy's starting five, a capable aggregation -
of sharpshooters who have led the Fliers through a a fame, but undermanned for the season. lie set the previous
to of the
permanent possession
once-beaten season thus far, will be in action tonight against the MacDill Air Force Base quintet, mark at 29 in the opener against
IMT have a pair of teams in the University of Florida "B" at Mainside
squad Left to right
rym. 95-67, for the Filer eighth win Patrick Air Force Base in November -
bowling loop. are: Ward Weisel, Dick Tate, Vince Zoda, Bob Grabas and Bob of the
In all, 24 units are representedby Relnhardt. Starting time for tonight's fray Is 2015. campaign. .

the two leagues. VF-171, Fas The Fliers overall supremacy
r a of both back boards was the telling .
ron 109 Fasron Six, VF-44, VA- > :
175.: VA-45 VJ-2 Hospital and 1'rSRJRTR ( point as big Vince: Zoda,

Supply have squads in. both divi- NATTCenter dental technician,
sions. I used his broom-Mae paws to clear

Entries in the cage loop in both hoops and set a vicious fast

addition to the nine previously I The Athletics had a chance to L5ArtsWaves break in operation.

mentioned Include Special Ser- .I sign Bobby Shantz before the little ; In addition Zoda tallied 23

vices, VF-22, VF-174, FAWU.I guy won the Most Valuable polnti, 10 In the Initial chapter

Operations, Disbursing NARTU Player award but they told the to give the Fliers a 24-17 lead

VP-741, VF-173, X-1, O&G and pitcher they wanted to see X- at the bnzrer. At the half the

VF-172. rays of his mended left wrist be- Navy quintet had padded Its

Completing the roster for bowl- fore discussing terms. This delay margin to 60-38 M Graftez hada

ing competition are Personnel, cost the A's several grand. Lose Three Tilts; 13-point quarter.

VC-62, VF-43 (Nos. 1 & 2), and MacDill was ahead twice in the
O&R. early stages 9-8 and 11-10 but
Pepper Martin, the Old Wild
the free-wheeling Fliers went into
Horse of the Osage, has finally Eye Donaldson SaturdayWave -
high gear at 5:40: of the first
Duo Fires Aces On quit baseball. He won't be doing canto to grab a 12-11 margin

Local Golf Course any more minor-league manag- basketball coach Ann Winn is looking for an anti- which they never relinquished.Coach .

Station golfers sprayed a ing, he says. Instead he has tak- dote for the bitter losing pill her cage pupils appear to have Frank McCaffrey used
en a job as deputy sheriff in Ok-
torrid array of links magic over lahoma. swallowed the past week as they dropped two interservicegames everybody on the bench except-

the local course during the and a Girls' City League meeting without a win. himself as the entire varsity mater -

holiday period with pairof Eglin Air Force Base Waft pin- made entrance to the fray.
past a The Yankees haven't lost a sea- locals were held to eight pointsin
aces intermingled in the son series to any club in the four ned 32-25 and 29-19 defeats on both the first and third heats The scoring circus was abetted by
the Waves' record to leave the every member other than lightnln' -
proceedings. years Casey Stengel has run the while the foe counted freely to
Melroy Gamache a NATT- club. locals without a victory against pad the gap. Bill Ward, who was short on

Center ANP) student fired a 055 service competition. The Lady Ma- Richie Meshed' 12 I three easy chanoesI :

hole-in-one on the par 3, No. In 1951, the major leagues paid rines of Forris Island have an Ruth Richardson hit six times Dick Johnson paced the visitors

16, using a five iron. It was a out about $4,000,000 for bonus early decision to their credit from the field for a dozen pointsto with 14 points on five fielders
against the Waves.In and four charity pitches. Si Ken-
165-yard shot witnessed by C. kids; it's estimated that their cash spearhead the local attack
E. Goodline. Gamache posteda value is City League play Monday, while Alice Johnson added nine nedy and Paul Schwartz had 13

39 on the back side, abettedby now.$500,000.. Gulf Life built a 28-14 halftime and Bev. Schoemthal eight. Nancy each. Dick Tate chimed in with

the wonder shot. Gardner margin against the Waves and Crews' 26 points for Gulf Life 15 points to the locals production.
Mulloy, the 39yearold -
The long 3 No. 7 went on to a 46-32 decision. The individual TilE RUMHAUIKHMmcUIII :
the
par a tennis veteran, improves with was high for the : Ails (I7)
straight 222-yard shot that is evening.A Player FO rr-I"TA PI' "II"t'
The tentative Cole,
rankings in 1
made harder by a rolling age.S. men's TWO-BIT CLUB fourth quarter rally in the Raker. :::::::: 00 2-s :
U. singles have placed
Kennedy t ..... 5 3-0 4 13
green, was aced by Oliver Mulloy in the number one posi- opener against Eglin fell shortas Key. f ........ 1 0.O 0 :2
Parks. M. B. Potterfield was Beginning next week a spe- the Waves got within four Johnson. e ..... !5 4-8 3 14

on hand to watch Parks send a tion. cial feature will be run on this points, 19-15 with five minutes Schwartz Christopher, g, g..:.3. 4 7-10 3-3 g B
page continuing through the henry; g .......0 f.O 0 0
wood shot on the carpet and Former U. S. Singles Champion, complete Mainside intramuralcage remaining before the Wafs broke Irvin g ........ 3 1)-2 3 6

into the cup. Lt. Comdr. Helen Jacobs is now schedule listing person- loose for five fielders to ice the Totals ... ....:24 1
in the U. S. Naval Reserve on active nel who score 25 points or win.Betty lu Na, duty at the Naval Proving Bernard had 13 points for Player )'0 JoT-iTA rr TP
TSfQuiz1 over in a single game. the winners. Reinhardt, f.... 3 H 3 JO
Richardson's 10
Ground, Dahlgren, Virginia. With 21 teams in washigh Ward, f ........ 0 0-0 0 0
competition for the Waves while Winn Tate, f ......... CJ 3-5 3 IS
o the string of Two-Bit Yen t .......... :2 CH 0 4
Maureen Connolly has made had seven. Robbie Roberts and Zoda e ........It J-5 4 23
Club members could grow to Lukewitz Wt'lsel. If ....... 1 2-3 3 4
the tennis people go back to ap- were standouts on defense Lister I ........ :2 2-3 1 6
large proportions, but space for the Wafs. Grabaz g ......::14 3-4 4 31
(Iy Armed Forces fr.ti S.rvlc.) plauding shots instead. of shorts. permitting the entire list of Daly I ..._...1 OO :s :2
QUESTIONS Wafs break Tie
new and old initiates will be Totals ......,40 15-24 20 95
1-Joe DiMaggio holds the rec- for Ahead only 12-9 at the half in .
Crafty Manager: Plays one t
ord for hitting safely in most run and finishes fifth. published weekly. the second game, Eglin could not Sets Pace In
consecutive games. Whose record get its offense rolling until the Supply

did he break when he set the closing chapter when C. C. Floyd, Center
Cage LeagueSupply
66-game mark in 1941? Ruby Wilson and Bernard found

2-What is the lowest score by the key to a 22-22 stalemate with outlasted AE School

which a football game can be 4:47: remaining to give the Wafsa last week, 66-39, to remain unbeaten
wonT well earned victory. in the NATTCenter Intramural

-What modern game was ori- Johnson was a hawk on defensefor Basketball loop, moving
M
ginally devised to entertain and the Waves before fouling out ahead of the Student Electricianswho

exercise the sick? in the second half. She was were previously undefeated.

-If a fight ends between the counted on for most of the bur- Hablewitz was the big gun in

11th and 12th rounds which is s .. den when Joyce Bittner sustainedan the Galley Gang's attack blister-

named as the final one in the ankle injury early in the game. Ing the nets for 18 points. The-

official verdict? Ann Hearl made an auspicious winners posed a strong defense,

-True or False The present debut to the Waves offensive forcing the Students to shoot from

American decathlon titleholderis f ? y ?> ranks by flipping through four outside where they were unableto
.l.
Bob Mathlas three-time win- effortless fielders. Richardson was find the mark.
the With the end of the first roundof
ner. again big point getter for the
ANSWERS Waves this time with 14. play only a few games away.

1-Wee Willie Kf't'ler'sgame<< Saturday night the local gals AO Ships Company and the Marines -

hit streak. trek to Greenville, S. C. for a are tied for third place with

2-One to nothing, by forfeit. game with the Wafs of Donaldson flve-and-two records. Personnel

S-Croquet, devised at a French Air Force Base. City League trails in fourth place with a pair
sanitarium In 1830. of defeats in five games.
competition continues with one or
4-A new rule states that a two frays a week. Tram TUB STANDINGS! W. I:.

Supply ...... 7
boxer must remain seated until U
AK hooi".,....:.I..liill"::::::::::. 4 1
the bell sounds for the next round. WHOOPS!-Robbie Roberts Eglin Field Waf, makes sure Maurice Richard's 16-year-old AO Ships Co. ................ 5 :2
Marines .................... 5 :2
Hence 12th round KO. she has definite control of the ball protecting It from lax Waves brother Henri
a now playing jun- Personnel.................. S :2
8 False. Rev. Bob Richards Is Ruth Richardson (25) and Kay Shorb (23)) In Mainside gym last ior hockey is expected to be 'A/C Malnt. ..........,....... :2 4
champ. MathiM did not defend In Friday. The visiting gals defeated the Waves twice, 29-19, and ready for Les Canadiens in two AO Medical School .::::::::::::::::::: 2 J 4 4
32-25 in a pair of fast-played tilts. Eglin's Jo Lukewltz (16)) views I
'3' S. -JAt. U ...........?..... 0 S
the proceedings from the right side. or three years. ANP) Ships Co. .... ..., ... 0 3



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I Test Angled Flight Deck For Safety On CarrierWashington II Services Plan


(API'S) An ) $4,000 SongCompetition

(Items offering for sale articles angled flight deck is being tested r IiTrs

by the Navy on one of its
of property such as washing ma
aircraft carriers.
chines, automobiles, furniture, ra Additional triangular sec-
An Armed Forces March Com
dios, clothing and the like are prohibited tions of flight deck are being
petition, with $4,000 In cash
by Defense Department fitted on the Essex-class car-
awards for the servicemen or servicewomen -
regulations. This column will, rier, USS Antietam, which returned whose march compositions *
several months
however, list such services as ago are adjudged best in four
from Korean waters.
available housing, rides wanted contests to be conducted by the
One section is being con-
Army, Navy, Marine Corps an and lost and found articles or
structed at the bow on the port
Force, was announced by the
Other similar notices.) side and another section at the
.. Department of Defense.
;
FOR KENT stern on the starboard side.
The $1,000 award for each of the
Share 6-rm. house, 1033 Wolfe, The additional section will CARRIER GETS NEW ANGLES-One of the Navy's largest
ph. 2-2496, Mrs. Cox. permit pilots to make a diagonal aircraft carriers, the USS Antietam (model at right) is the first four winning service composerswill
carrier to be modified so that landings can be made on diagonal be provided by the American
Share 5-rm. home, 3047 College, landing. aboard the carrier. of eight to 10 degrees to the flight deck instead of straight ahead. Society of Composers, Authorsand

ph. 2-3502, Mrs. Cason. S This new angle makes it possible for the pilot to decide whether Publishers, and will be knownas
Unfurn. 2-rm. apt., $55 mo., avail. TilE MAIN reason for the to"make the landing instead, of depending entirely on a landing

Jan. 14, 2610 Oak, ph. 2-4067, conversion, the Navy said, is signal officer as in the past. the "ASCAP John Philip SousaAward"
in honor of the famous
Mrs. Cleveland. for increased safety. As the
proach, has full authority on
American bandmaster' and composer
Furn. rm., 3338 Randall, ph. 88- size of jet planes landing when to tell a landing pilot to LIFE HAS BEEN who was one of the founders

9223. Mrs. Hcrtzman. aboard aircraft carriers increases "cut" his engines. With the new of ASCAP

2-bdrm. apt., $65 mo., S20 N. 13th the presence of the deck, a pilot will be permittedto ONE BIG FIRST !' CIt

Ave, ph. 112-5-4712, Mrs. Camp operational superstructure that Judge more for himself whento
TO THIS MAN Is the purpose of the contests *
bell. towers above the flight deck complete his landing.The .
to stimulate interest in
Unfurn. 6-rm. house, 6416 103rdSt. amidship becomes an increasing conversion of the Antiet- Everything comes in "firsts" mu-

., ph. 2-8706, Mrs. Ogilvie. hazard. Planes landing on an am will cost approximately $1- and "ones" to Olin V. Mapes, sic among useful service additions personnel to and the<

Furn. rm., 1822 Mallory, ph. 2- angled deck would clear the superstructure 000,000 and add 34 feet to the Aviation Machinist Mate First produce of music identified with

0684, Mrs. Qulnto. wit.t more margin. width of the carrier's flight Class, of Fleet Logistic Air library
the Armed Forces of the United
Martin- SAN
Share 6-rm. home, 4638 deck.
Wing Detachment of NAS. States. -'
gale Rd., ph. 2-3642, between ADDITIONAL safety Ca.'
8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Mr. Foester. factor also would result by returning He had 12 years total military The four contests will be con-

5111 of Credit Union service ((6 Navy, 6 Ma- ducted concurrently with uniform
Furn. 4-rm. house, $65 mo., to the pilot some
rines) on Jan. FIRST.
Firestone, ph. 2-1248, Mrs. Ar the control over his aircraft rules and standards.
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nold. that is now placed In the handsof In FIRST group of men com- Any member of the Armed
by-laws, a nominating committee -
Furn 3-rm. apt., 2148 Rosselle, the landing deck signal of- has been appointed consistingof prising FIRST detachment at Forces on active duty for more

Mrs. Emery. ficer who "waves in" planes. NAS Jax, 1940. than 90 days will be eligible to( .
Willie E. Dobbs, Overhaul and
Furn. 2-rm. 2148 Rosselle Under the In FIRST of men com-
apt., present procedures Repair; Thomas M. Cowan, Pub- group participate. Only unpublished

Mrs. Emery. signal officer, observing an ap- lic Works; and Frank Woods, prising FIRST detachment at marches will be acceptable. Contestants -

i 3-rms. week 2601 Park, Mayport,1941. submit than
day or Supply. Further nominations, by I may more
ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. In FIRST group of men as- one entry. Each entry will con-
Elgin; Master Sergeant members, will be called for from(
Furn rm., 2163 Phylis, ph. 7-4788 the floor. signed to FIRST Amphibious sist of a march composed for

V or 7-8223, Mrs. Dodd. Father Of 17 Children School at Dunedin, Fla., 1941. band; only piano score of three
Six months at the time
' Sing and dble. rms., 1447 Avon- EgUn AFB, Fla (AFPS)- ago, FIRST man at NAS Jax to stave conductor's score will be
officers elected at
dale, ph. 2-5930, Mrs. Schultz. M/Sgt. Edward Call, 42yearold present were receive transfer orders after accepted. Entries will be suitablefor
the organizational meeting the
Furn. 2-bdrm. apt, $68, 725 Ros member of the 3202nd In- WWII started.In parade purposes and will Include
infant Credit Union had a mem-
selle, Mrs. Frazier stallations Group, has what is the FIRST group of men an Introduction, first and
of 1184 with total assetsof
bership
Furn. 1-bdrm. apt., $68, 725 Ros- believed to be the largest family in the FIRST Amphibious second strains, trio, and break-
$12,006.75 in 1072 accounts.
selle, Mrs. Frazier in the Service. Tractor Battalion of the FIRST up strain.
Furn. 1630 LaRue 9.2087 Sound InvestmentAt .
rm., ph. Bgt Call and his wife are Marine Division.In .
the close of business Decem-
Mrs. Register. the parents of 17 children rang- FIRST group of men com- Preliminary contests will be
Furn. :5-rm. apt., $85 mo., 5109 ber 31, the membership had
ing from 21 years to nine prising FIRST Separate Motor conducted at installations, semi
y San Juan, ph. 8-1436, Mr. Kwartler. grown to 1328, with total assets of the
months. Three of the familyare Transport Company finals at major command{ levels,
of in 1207 accounts.
in the Service. Benjamin $28,015.32 Third Marine Division. and the grand finals at depart-

Furn. eft apt., $65 mo., ph. 2-. 21, and Everett, 19, are in the Loans have been made in the In the FIRST group of men mental levels, At all levels, ser-

I 8209, 2215 River Blvd., Mrs. Navy, while Ronald 20, is with amount of $31,410.00, of which of the FIRST AmphibiousTruck vice bands will be encouraged to(

Johnson. the Army in Germany. $6,673.08 has been repaid and Detachment of Advance play winning marches wherever

Furn. 6-rm. apt., 627 Edison, ph. Stationed at Eglin for the made available for loans to other Echelon, Base Depot. practicable.A .

4-3248, Mrs. Herring. past two years, Sgt. Call and members. Entered the Navy as a Sea- board of judges who are not'members

Furn. 4-rm. apt., 627 Edison, ph. his wife reside with eight of This represents a gain of almost man FIRST Class. of the Armed Forces

4-3248, Mrs. Herring. their family in a trailer near two and one-half times in six One of the FIRST group of will be designated by each ser-
Furn. 3-rm. apt., 627 Edison, ph. months of operation. Earningshave officer's
Ft. Walton Fla. The other enlisted men to attend an vice to select the winners of the
4-3248, Mrs. Herring. been sufficient to permit in Air Intelli
course
members of the family are living grand finals. Member of the American
FOR payment of a dividend on shares,
SALE with relatives. gence. Society of Composers, Au-
Vnfurn. 3-bdrm. bungalow, ph and the Board of Directors is expected Made Aviation Machinist thors and Publishers will not be

88-8074 after 5 p.m., Mrs. Singer. Free Dancing At Beach to recommend that this Mate FIRST class rate on the used as judges at any level.

3-bdrm. house, 2831 Lake Shore dividend be declared by mem- FIRST cruise in the Navy.
Closing dates, entry forms, and
Blvd., ph. 2-9589, Lt. Williams. For ServicemenThe bers. Was FIRST in the family's other
... details of the contest will
Unfurn. 2-bdrm. house, 5121 Columbus Armed Forces Service Club, -- generation to Join the U. S. be announced by the several services -

ph. ext. 8345 or 88-8041, sponsored by various civic organizations Fasron Sixers Marines. or by the Department of

Lt. Barranger. provides free dancing Was FIRST in the family's the Army, the latter having been

MISCELLANEOUS for service personnel every generation to change military requested by the Secretary of Defense

Baby sitting ph. 7-4788, or 7- Saturday evening at the Community Build Case As services (to Navy). to coordinate the four con-

8223, Mrs. Dodd. Center, Jacksonville Beach. Was married on February tests.

Baby sitting, 627 Edison, ph. 4- I Admittance is by uniform or Trophies MountFasron FIRST, 1941, -.5 -

3248, Mrs. Herring. identification card and refreshments Ills FIRST danghter born I

Riders wanted Riverside area, I are served. Six, always a leader one week before war's declara- APP$

0730 to 1600, ph. ext. 8244, Mrs. in NAS intra-mural athleticsand tion.His '

Hare. a two-time winner of the FIRST son born one year iI iI"I

Will billits contact Frank after war's end.
swap unique Iron Man Trophy, has

Awbrey, AEAN, FaeTuLant, been garnering so many trophies On FIRST year of FIRST

NAS, Norfolk, Virginia. that the squadron had'to quickly tour of shore duty which com-

construct a new trophy case. menced Dec. 28th, 1951.

AF To Move Photo Entering competition in 1949, Presently assigned to Fleet
Logistics Air Wing which services -
Center To FloridaThe the Fasronites captured five
VR-1 and VR22.
major sporting events to estab-
Air Force has announcedthat
lish themselves as a main threatin
it will establish its photographic NAS sports.

center at Orlando AFB, Their most
prized possession, Seabees Observe
Fla, with the movement of the until the recent winning of the

Air Photographic and Charting Iron Man trophy, was the first llth Birthday; I %

place award in the 1949 all-
Service Headquarters from Philadelphia The Navy's Seabee observed
station volleyball meet.
to its new southern home s their 11th birthday on Dec. 28. didn't all Servicemenwere
say
Between that year and the
by mid-December of this year. Authorized shortly after the at- wolves-just those In the
present time, Fasron Six has
Navy, Army, Air Force, Ma-
Present plans call for the APCS, tack Pearl Harbor the Seabees
increased its total of trophiesto on rines, and the Coast Guardl"!

an activity of the Military Air 17, plus having two legs of were made a permanent partof -...---

Transport Service, to establish the Iron Man trophy, which requires the Navy in 1946. During the 1st Wave: "I always had a premonition

headquarters and command functions TROPHY CASE GROWS four for full possession.The past year the Seabees have em- that I would die young."
Up goes the new trophy case Mexican "But didn't did
mahogany case 2nd Wave: ,
along with the USAF Photo at Fasron Six, necessitated by ployed their skills in such far- you
was constructed by shop chief i I you dear?"
of
Center at the Orlando base. Advance increasing supply awards Korea the I
flung places as Japan .
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won in athletic "competition. Riley P. James, AMC, with the

party and first; echelon Left to right, are: Riley James, assistance of Alford E. Smith, Midway Island, Alaska. Cuba, Sgt.: "You should have been

movements are 'already underway. AMC; Alford Smith, AM2; AM2; Lemon T. Nation A1I3, Newfoundland and North Africa. here at eight o'clock."
Robert Fahey, AM3, and Lemon -
(.U PS) Nation, AM3. and Robert J. Fahey, AM3. Cpl.: "Why, what happened T"c