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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1953
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Top Students
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Class 52-45 Rated



Most OutstandingIn

r.
cold figures It will be
known in the record books

only as Class 5215. But a
closer examination will show
Class 52-15 to be the most

outstanding graduating classof
the Airman Preparatory

--- __...............ar .... -.v....... .. NA.Jld.nuuM.. WvAr..M' ....... School at the Naval Air Tech-
nical Training Center.
OUTSTANDING CLASS-Members of Class 52-45<< honor company of the Airman Preparatory School at NATTCenter, congregate -
I for their graduation group photo. These students comprised the most outstanding class yet to graduate from the ANP( ) I Designated Honor! Company for
School at the Center.Expansion six out of a possible seven weeks,
the class really ."delivered the
goods." Its members graduatedwith

Plans an average of 78.43, with no
failures; received an "outstand

For Cecil Field x-1.Jllf ing" at every Captain's Personnel
Inspection, and took the "special
liberty" competition five weeks
At Midway PointNaval straight, and again for the remaining -
two weeks.
Air Station Cecil :
Field's expansion program is VOL-10 No. 40 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Flo. 22 Jan. 1953 Eight weeks ago, Floyd S. Os-
borne, AMC, instructor and company
nearing the midway point. -- commander of the Airman

Many new buildings are under Alert AirmanOn Prep School, called his class of
construction, with work on additional a 52-45 together for the first time

ones scheduled to begin and told them, "This is the last

shortly. 'Watch'Averts .' '' sS class that I will take through this
school. I would like it to be the

The new Public Works Main- CrashPossible $ .: best.
.
.
tenance building Is now 85 per
cent complete, and will probablybe loss of a TDM trans THIS WEEK Chief Osborne ad-
finished in March 1953. The port plane and injury to its pilot Y ,; St dressed the group for the last time
Transportation structure, next and crewmen was prevented by +y5a and he had seen his wish come

door," will be completed in May quick thinking of a young airmanon true. It definitely was the best
of this year. "wheel watch," it has been class. '
revealed by NAS Operations of-
Class 52-45 had terrific
The first concrete arch will be competition
poured this week for the new ficers. in the six weeks that it car.
Supply Warehouse, and plans in- Pilot of the plane was Lt. SamL. ried the flag ANP( ) students are

dicate this 300 foot long and 200 Black, of VR-22, a transport granted liberty only on week-ends.
feet wide structure will be finish- squadron based at NAS Norfolk, There is no liberty during the
ed in July. and on temporary duty here dur- week. But Class 52-45 almost
ing operations of the USS Coral changed the rules as it took "spe

Construction on a new Opera- Sea off the Florida coast. cial liberty" competition five
tions Tower building has started. straight weeks as honor class.
.
One of the most modern of its The squadron, which supplies
type, the tower will include many services to carriers at sea, was THE CLASS achievement Is the
new innovations when finished in engaged in ferrying 31 personnel, ----- more outstanding when it is con-
July. who arrived from, NAS Quonset AIRMAN CITED-A hearty handshake is extended to Airman sidered that students are gradedon
John D. Barnett, of VP-741, by his commanding officer, Comdr.
Offices for two air groups will and NAS Atlantic City too late James W. Hardy. Barnett was meritoriously cited for his "quickthinking' military appearance, forma-
Sunday to board the carrier at tions, class room conduct, scholastic -
be housed in the new Aircraft in avoiding a possible jet crash here last week.
Maintenance Hangar, scheduledfor Mayport, to the ship operatingin averages, condition of quarters,
completion in August.In the Atlantic.On tiN AS An EyeOpener"Pilot plus points taken of the class average
the return trip, Lt. Black when one of the members
addition, proposals have was unaware that his wheels goes to Captain's Mast.
been made for a new E. M. Club Gives Better
and barracks. were up as he made his final ap- Exchange At the end of the week all points

I proach at NAS Jax. John D. Barnett were added and the winning com-
of VP-741, who was actingas pany was awarded special libertyone
MAD Drill Team "wheel watch," fired off a Understanding Says BritonOn night from 1630 until 2400.
Very gun, as warning. Black im- A normal day for the Class 45
mediately flew around the field started at 0700. The usual day
Eyes GasparillaDay exchange with the U. S. for the class closed
again, making a safe landing practiced by other countries, at 1535, but
when assured his wheels were Navy since May 10 of this year, on the day a night period was
CeremoniesThe properly. down. Lt. Frank W. S. Grant of the he commented. scheduled the day ended at 1645.
The drew
group a ninth period at
36-man Marine drill team British Royal Navy feels that
Grateful for the wheel watch's NOW ATTACHED to VF-171 least one day a week.
from Marine Aviation Detachmentat
the
pilot exchange program is .
NATTCenter has been invited alertness in preventing an accident here, Lt. Grant is one of two r
certainly the best of its kind. CLASS HONOR Jack
Black man Hick-
later presented him
to take part in the colorful Gas
foreign pilots on exchange at
He goes on to that it affords man, graduated with
Pirate Invasion with a gift. Black said he has had say an averageof
ceremonies -
parilla Day
In Tampa Feb. 9. 2,000 hours in single engine aircraft a chance to gain insightfor NAS. The other is Flight Lieu- 95.72, within .07 of a point of

The unit will march in the opening and "owes his safety rec- one nation's branch of service tenant Leslie Burrows, Royal the all-time school record.
day parade along with more ord to young Barnett. to( become familiar with Canadian Air Force, who is The graduating class drew billets
than 60 floats and 40 bands rep ''Barnett is one of the two sur- another's. It's a practice which with VP-741. Friday, January lp and departed

resenting all Florida. The mock (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) would be more beneficial ifEXCHANGE While with VF-171, Lt. Grant schools throughout this week the for Navy.various.

Invasion by the pirate leader Jose has
seen Mediterranean duty Upon their departure, Chief Os-
Caspar, will touch off week
a of.
aboard the carrier Franklin D. borne had this to say: "Some
gala festivities in the city
Roosevelt. outfit somewhere is going to geta
Four Months Old mighty fine bunch of men. They
Organized about four months were good In the Center and
ago, the drill team is made up of IN LT. GRANT'S opinion, the they'll be better in the Fleet."
permanent personnel and student Jacksonville Naval Air Stationis
M yl
volunteers from the Marine Avia-
"
"really an and
eye-opener,
tion Detachment. Previously, the 'Letters To Editor'
"is something that he has not
unit participated in the Armistice been accustomed to." Column To Start
Day parade here in Jacksonville
and in halftime ceremonies at Jax 3 of For the next ten days, Lt. In Jax Air News

Navy football games. "" j' Grant will be on an extended Alert personnel are always
looking for the
Practices At Night training tour in the Norfolk answers to pertinent
IrUllnstructor for the outfit is PILOT area. questions. Or perhaps
CON- they have few '
a
T/Sgt. George F. Cribb, Jr., with FAI1S-Two foreign nation pilots ----...---- words of wisdom -
T/Sgt. Frank J. Reneson as as- on exchange duty with the to impart to others. Then,
sistant. Though sticking chieflyto U. S. Navy meet here at NAS. WEATHER OUTLOOK too, some can possibly use helpof
Lt. Francis W. Sea field Grant one kind or another.
straight marching manual drill, (right) of the Royal Navy Friday Mostly clear and
the team also cuts fancy drill maneuvers "checks out" Flight Lieutenant With this in mind, the Jax
Leslie Burrows, of the Royal warmer, temperatures in the 40's. Air News will Initiate a "Let-

The Marine unit here is probably Canadian Air Force, on some Saturday .Warmer, partly ters to the Editor" column.

one of the few which could be of cedures.the finer Lt points Grant of Is on jet duty pro- cloudy, temperature rising thigh p The editorial staff will accept

found that practices mostly at with Fighter Squadron 172 l s 70's. letters, beginning this week.
night, due to the fact that most of here, while Lt. Burrows Is attached Sunday-Increasing cloudiness Just address them to, Editor,
the members are students in NAT to Patrol Squadron 741. Jax Air News, Box 2, NAS
scattered showers
Both think highly of the pilot temperatures Jacksonville.
TCenter schools. exchange program. rising to 74.



Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 22 January 1953


I Report From Washington




Jtl, xzwnwiPublished I I Seek Legislation To Boost I


every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air MAINSIDE

Station Jacksonville Fla.NAS.. Jacksonville I The Racket Thurs.-, Robert Jan. 22 Mitchum Armed Services Pay 8%

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree Commanding Officer FrL Jan. 25
Comdr. James H. Armstrong v.'YecuUve Officer Behave Yourself (By Armed Forces Press Service)

Fleet Air Jacksonville II Shelley Winters Legislation for a new pay raiseis Shepherd, Jr., Commandant of

Rear Adm. Osborne B. HnrHisnn Commander -Sat.., Jan. 24 being prepared at the Penta the Marine Corps, has announced.
Capt Howard V. Hopkins -Chief of Staff The swagger sticks are listed
Robert as
Stewart of Defense
I The Naked SpurJames gon. Secretary
fleet Air Wing Eleven an optional) uniform item. Offf-
Capt. Arthur S. Born Commander : NATTCenler Lovett said the request for a new
urged to
cers are them
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer i Thurs, Jan. 22 increase is aimed at establishinga carry on

Naval Air Technical Training Center Ma & Pa Kettle at the FairMarjorie more equitable relationship be- garrison duty., leave. or liberty.

Capt. Edwin R. Peck -,--.--Commanding Officer Main tween pay and living costs. He

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart.__-_. Executive Officer Fri Jan. 23 said that the pay raise of six per A course in special weapons,

Naval Hospital Commanding I I.The Racket-Robert Mitchum. cent, granted last May, ,actually isotopes and military medicine,

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Executive Officer Sat., Jan. 21 represented less than half of which will present problems and

CapT.. F. Weinert NARTU I Behave Yourself the increase in the cost of living techniques in the fields of radio.

Capt.Easton B. Noble Commanding Officer Shelley Winters since October 1949, the period on activity, will convene at the Naval

Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer NAVAL HOSPITAL which the!'adjustment was based. Station, Treasure Island, San

Thurs., Jan. 22 The present Administration had Francisco, Cal., in March. The

The JAX AIR NEWS U published commercially weekly at the with U.non-appropriated S. Naval Air Station funds Painting the Clouds with only until January 20 to trans- course will be open to Medical
and printed
I
Florida
Jacksonville.Bt no expense to the government and in compliance with Naval NAVEXOS, Air Station.P-35. Jiev.the Sunshine ___Dennis Morgan mit a military pay raise bill to Department officers residing in
Nov. 1H! .. Copies are distributed free of chaw at the the 11th 12th and 13th
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Air Station Cecil Held, and the U. S. FrL, Jan. 23 Congress. Naval
Naval Hospital. Ma & Pa Kettle at the Fair Districts.
.
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Helen _Marjorie Main All male Marine officers are
Staff Members: Vivian Williams, SA; John Charvat, AN; Sat, Jan. 24 authorized and encouraged to A temporary committee has

Harper., Press ServIce. The Racket.t..-Robert Mitchum carry swagger sticks when not been appointed to assist the Sec.
JAX AIR NEWS U a member or the Armed Forces !
The without retary Of Defense on certain
C. aspects
not Lemuel -
AFTS material appearing In this publication may RepubiPcation of other under arms, Gen.
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. without permission T olEditor. Big Mail Load of the defense of the North
U prohibited
nervtce publication
matter, except by
JAX AIR NEWS. When the USN3 Private Joe E. American Continent against possible -

Editorial offices located Building 830 (topside). Phone extension :Mann docked at San Francisco Quotable Quip I atomic attack. The committee -

8184 and 216. POE recently, it carried the larg- Whispered In Warsaw these will study the possibilities of

est shipment of Inbound mail ever days Is this one: improved methods of warning of

.( Marines Can received from the Far East. The Q-Why did Stalin name Rus attack, and the relation of warn-

shipment, consisting mainly of sia's Rosovsky to be Marshal : ing systems to other defense

gifts for folks back home, weighed of Poland r measures.

Wear Clasp 1,534,000 pounds and occupied 32,- Aet'ause It's cheaper to S SC

000 measurement tons of ship dress one Soviet officer In a Members of the Submarine

With Tie space. Polish uniform than to put Po- Service receiving hazardous duty

I land's entire army Into Soviet pay who are absent from a Sub-

IM Washington (APTS)-Male per- Every man has his woman, but uniforms. marine on leave or temporary additional

sonnel of the U.S. Marine Corps the iceman has his pick. duty for a period in excess

have been authorized to wear a of 15 days, will not be entitled

(This Is the first in a series of to sub pay for the period
of the '
bronze tie clasp as a part
articles dealing with new govern regardless of whether they arc

anent officials' ). uniform, the Marine Corpa has c.- I still attached to a submarine. The

announced.The new regulation is contained in
military
One of the outstanding
has adopted an official ALNAV 69.
leaders in the Allies' defeat of the Corps
WWII clasp that may be worn Man .
Axis powers during ,
Dwight D. Eisenhower was an optional Item of the uniform Here In Your Face
at all times. It Is finished In M {
overwhelming choice for the 34th A new Stalin stamp was issued
the standard Marine bronze color
President of the U. S. recently in a country be-
with the Marine Corp emblem
lie was born in Denison, Texas, center. hind the Iron Curtain, but
superimposed In the
61 years ago. lIe finished first in sales dropped off considerablyafter

the Annapolis entrance exam and When worn, It will be'placed on a few days, and inspectors
the lower half of the necktie, ap-
set out to find the reason
proximately one inch above the
,
why. Queries brought out the
fourth button from the top of the '
fact that the stamp didn't stick
,
khaki shirt .. ..,.jO. ,,.,,
..\, ,.- t< -' .'. well. A thorough examinationwas
The clasp will be made availableto ,;+, # ., (, ..,*, 'fl! made of the glue on the

personnel through the' Marine .. \ back. As there was nothing

Corps Exchanges in the near fu- ", 1; wrong with it, they continued
ture. ':t. ,
q r" ".". I. \)\, <:",;... ,<<, ) "" W"f

., ...,.'.." "", ....". ,{..f..,",",';' ... they the truth watched dawned several them.sales,
"::1' ", "'" >>> 'I'>>, Ji' : ..". <_ _> on
t;","" v';' ':" w>> MJIU": "
1C DIVINE))' NARTC OFFICER VISITS-Capt. M. B. Williams, training People were spitting on the

> officer of the Naval Air Reserve Training Command, Glenview, face of the stamp instead of
SERVICES 111., is greeted by Capt. Easton B. Noble, NARTU lax commanding the back.
officer upon his arrival here last week-end. Captain Williams
headed a group of officers on their annual logistic Inspection.
Protestant

0830-All Saints ChapeL Entitled To $1.50 A Day I AlertAirman

0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. I (Continued from Page 1)

DWIGHT President D. EISENIIOWER 0930Sunday SchooL 50,000 Veterans Entitled To New vivors of a plane crash, which


second Jn the West Point exam, 1045-All Saints Catholic ChapeL POW Payment Fail To File Claims VP-741 claimed the personnel lives of in seven June other of

-- ------- 1951.
but chose the Army because he r6
was a few months over the Naval 0800-0900-1000 Mass, St. Ed- About 50,000 World War II vet- For his actions in avoiding a
I who entitled to War Claims Commission direct to
Academy age requirement. ward's ChapeL erans are pay- possible disaster, he was con
ment of $1.50 a day for time spentin 132,000 ex-prisoners 0 f war
meritorious
from the U. S. 0645-Mass at Hospital ChapeLMormon gratulated accordingly at a
Upon graduation whose
enemy hands under forced la- names were on file. About
Tuesday
Academy at West Point, mast held last
Military bor or inhumane conditions have 80,000 veterans or their survivors W.
morning Comdr. James
by
he was commissioned a lieutenant 1930 NATTC in claims for have returned them.
-Tuesday- Chaplain's not yet sent com- of
Hardy officer
commanding
in 1915. Eisenhower began a
office. pensation.The Widows Can File I VP-741.
marked by a series of assignments
career Christian Science $1.50-a-day payment is au- .
and in Living ex-prisoners file on I .
at various posts
1900-TuesdayNATTC Chap- thorized by Public Law 303. The Form WCC-611. Form WCC-660 The reason a dog has so many

a wide range of duties. Among lain's office. War Claims Act of 1952, for all is used by survivors, including friends Is that his tail wags in
his graduationfrom
included
them U. S. Servicemen who were sub-
Command and General widows, dependent husbands, stead of his tongue.
jected to forced labor or inhumane children and
Staff School, ranking first in a treatment while held as ority. parents, in that pri-.

class of 350 officers. Regular Marines Eligible of
prisoners war. These forms Open Co-Pilot Training
carry a place for
1942 he had risento
By mid-year Deadline Set
For Early Re-enlistment; entry of the
the rank of lieutenant general.As This payment is in addition to applicant's claim School At Cherry Point
established
number,
Commanding General of the Washington (AFPS) Regular the $1.a-day compensation paid in the earl-
ier l-a-day Marine Air Group 35 of the
payment. An
European Theater, Gen. Eisen- Marine Corps enlisted personnelwith by Public Law 896, 82nd Con- appli- recently
cant who Second
has Marine Air Wing
hower was in charge of the land- less than one year obligated gress, to ex-POWs whose food in claim no record of his training
number need opened a new co-pilot
ing in Africa and later the giant service can now be dischargedfor captivity was not up to the stand- not put off for
filing for that school at Point N. C.,
Cherry ,
reason
land, air and sea invasion of Nor- immediate re-enlistment, Ma- ards required by the Geneva Con- since the
Commission the
pilots
will
"non-transport"
mandy. On May 8, 1945 he signed rine Corps Headquarters an vention. ber supply the num- many last
when the claim is received who joined the group In the
the unconditional surrender nounces. The deadline for claiming pay-
by it.
which terminated the war in Eu- Personnel discharged for imme- ment under the new Act is April State Forms are available at the year. Students, many of them Ko ex-
Service fighter from
Office. pilots returned
rope. diate re-enlistment under this au- 19, 1953. Former civilian inter- .
.
nine
rea, will or
Returning home, he succeededGen. thority are not entiled to travel nees are not eligible for this pay- Ward Boy: "What's the matter weeks learning spend the eight intricacies of

Marshall as Chief of Staff. allowance or lump sum settle- ment. with the Doc today?" the and the
R4Q Boxcar"
ment for unused leave. Claim forms for the "Flying
President current
Later he was elected Nurse: "I guess he's just out of R5C, "Commando" transports.
of Columbia University. POW benefit were mailed by the patients."



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22 January 1953 ;JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


Work : .." ; v '., Veterans' Benefit :
,
Begin ,' ".,. '.
'" .
.: 'l ( .' : "i : WWII K-Vets Loans
i Seeking
rt );', \f '
On Naval Supply "" 'i. At .(
; .,.+< \1f -
To Get Conditional CertificatesEditor's

Depot In Georgia ,. > ." "",.

( Note: This fa the second of two articles dealing with
Appraisal have been completed :( the eligibility of Korean veterans who haw taken advantage of the j

on 1,660 acres of land for a I loan guaranty provision under the WWII Bill of Rights and wish to
new Naval Supply Depot in apply for these benefits under the new K-Vet Bill.)
Peach and Houston counties '
I Veterans of WWII who sell their
Georgia and construction Is celled and reissued under the new
homes bought with governmentloan
scheduled to begin late next a K-Vet Bill.Veterans.
spring the Navy has announced. when the purchasers assume .

Congress last July approved the four percent loans, will be of WWII who have

$9,102,000 for initiating the project given "conditional certificates oteligibility" business loans not involving real
property still outstanding may obtain -
when they apply
Reduces Shipping Cost for full loan guaranty benefits for
new loon guaranty benefits under homes or farms under the K-Vet
The Navy said that the new
supply depot will permit more efficient I the K-Vet Bill. Bill without disposing of their

supply of Navy activitiesin These conditional certificateswill businesses.

southeastern states and will re serve notice to the lender that Deadline for using loan guaranty
duce necessity for shipping of the veteran's entitlement is sub- benefits under the WWII Bill
supplies from the northeast FEDERAL FAMILY-Here Is a family that is carrying on a ject to reduction owing to the for most veterans who have not
tradition. William II. Hatchings (right) has 27 federal
years sere VA's the WWII served since June 27 1950 Is
east of liability on original July
where most Navy supplies
ice, while his wife Jewel (center) has been employed by Uncle
the Mississippi river are now con Sam for 11 rears, and son William Henry III (left) has four years loan. 25, 19 T.
centrated. of service. Add to this a 38-Jear tour completed by William Henry C Veterans of WWII who also
Near Macon Sr., and the family totals 19 years of federal service. All the However if no default or claim served since the beginning of the
Hutching above are Overhaul and Repair emplo1ees.GreatGrandpaPPYStarts .
During World War II the Navy is outstanding on the WWII loanon Korean: campaign, like all post-

leased storage space in the south- Unique Record the date the new loan application Korea veterans, have until 10 years
Is received from the lender from the end of the present emergency -
east.Plans
of Navy engineers will the VA will Issue a commitmentfor -a date to be determined by
permit an ultimate 8,000,000 gross Hutchings Family Employed Here the full guaranty requested. either concurrent resolution of the

square feet of open and covered When an application for a new Congress or Presidential proclamation -
storage at the new depot which Has Long Line Of Federal Service loan is received and a default or -to use their loan guaranty -

will be located just northwest of claim is outstanding or pending benefits. (AFPS).

Byron Ga. and approximatelysix As fouryear.oldVilliam and is now assigned as an aviation on a previous loan for which the .
miles south of Macon Geor- Henry Hutchings IV growsup metalsmith in the Process Division veteran is still liable, the amountof

gia. he'll have a unique tradi- 0 &: R lie Is also a mem- guaranty available to him will
Initial construction however tion to uphold. ber of the Naval Air Reserve be reduced by the initial amountof
will include only about 1,000,000 Tiny William Henry falls heir Training Unit here.J. guaranty granted under the

gross square feet of storage space to 79 years of federal service com- P. Hutchings, now at NAS WWII Bill of Rights
plus administrative, medical and piled by the last three generations Corpus Christi Supply, has 30 C .

maintenance facilities of his family years government service, and N. Veterans who sell their real

4 I He is the great-grandson of A. Hutchings, NAS Pensacola property and pay off the original
Credit Union To William Henry Hutchlngs, a retired Public Works, has spent 32 years loan will be Issued unconditional She dribbles the ball across
federal employee with 38 only four, It appears the Federalas certificates of eligibility. the court and doesn't stop until
years government service.He a federal employee.Graduate it's "swish" through the basketfor
Discuss DividendsAt WWII vets qualifying as post-
is the grandson of William ---l.a two points.
Korea veterans and who still hold
Henry Hutchings, Jr., and Mrs. But the goal for Ruth Richard.
HonorsAt title to property will not receive
Annual MeetMembers Hutchlngs, who have a combined son, star forward on the Wave'sbasketball
the balance of guaranty remaining I
total of 37 of federal serv- team was changed this
of the Jax Navy Credit ice. years Center Schools under the original WWII Bill of I week when she received her orders
Rights. This balance will be
Union will hold their first an- He,Is the son of William Henry can- of transfer to Marine Recruiting
nual meeting next Tuesday at 1600 Hutchlngs HI who has added four For Wave AirmanMary I Depot, San Diego, Calif.
in the Civilian Cafeteria.A more years of government service Best wishes and good luck go
Officer
review of the organization, to the family record. L. Smithmyer, AKAA, Petty with "Richie" to her new duty

since its founding six months ago, '' C walked Off with top honors last Room Open In station. .
will beta feature of the meeting. Hufehlngs, Sr. started it all just week at the Aviation Storekeepers -
Reports will be given by the Boardof before the turn of the century.A School at NATTCcnter to be- Building 593 : The Chief Master-at-arms job
Directors, the Treasurer, the I lad of 18, he began working for come the first Wave to ever finishat in any barracks is not the softestone
Credit Committee and the super- the government shortly after arriving the top of the class at the AK Just recently opened, the I in the world and Kay Shorb

visory Committee. from England. A Spanish- (A) School. Petty Officer Room, located in was reassured of this just recently -
Open Forum I American War veteran, he returned when she became the CMAAof
I Jack K. Hickman Airman also Building 593, has begun its
Open forum will follow, with to civilian government Barracks 722. Her endless duties -
I was honor man of his graduatingclass program of activities.As .
members participating. Recommendations and are to help keep the home
service at the war's end, spent at the ANP
( ) School com-
for operating proced time as Engineer in the Power the first of many planned running smoothly but all hands
piling an average of 95.72 for the
tires will be discussed, and Treas- House at NAS Pensacola. activities, the POs have designated must do their share too. Let's
urer's compensation. Earnings I Hutchlngs, Jr. followed in his eight-weeks course. Monday night as Bingo give her full cooperation, and not
have been sufficient to permit payment -I daddy's footsteps and in 1926 Mary who completed boot night with play opening at over-burden her with unnecessary -

of a dividend on shares, and : joined the Supply department at camp training at Bainbridge Md., 2000. questions. "Mother," has
members will decide if the dividend -I NAS Pensacola. He moved to was sent to the Airman Prepara The P. O. Room is organized anybody turned In my yo yo?
tory School prior to entering the for in Grades
should be declared. personnel Pay
NAS Corpus Christi in 1941, and The goodbyes this week were
AK School. She now will be 4 5 and 6 their wives and
,
,
Members will also elect Credit in 1944 began a 22-month tour to Marlie Ojeda who was trans.
Union officials. An entire new In the Navy. Upon returning to transferred to Hutchinson Kansas guests. Entertainment at pres- ferred to San Francisco and a
Board of Directors will be elected, civilian service in 1946 he trans for duty. Before entering the ent includes television, juke NATTCenter crew of five: Gloria
five members for a term of one ferred to the 0 & U departmentat Navy she graduated from Altoona box, with more to come. Re- Dale and Charlotte Hassel to

year, and four to serve two years. NAS Jacksonville where he is Catholic High in Altoona Pa. freshments are also served. Memphis, Tenn.; Marian Meuntz,
in 1947.
To Elect Officials now a shop planner in the Process Future plans include dances Harriet Blue and Mary Keys to
Five members of the Credit Division. Jack Hick- and other recreational pro Pensacola, Fla., and Geraldine
Committee will be selected, three a man, who came grams. The PO Room is open Tickal to Olathe, Kansas.
for one year and two for a two Grandmother Jewel' civil servo within .07 of a from 1630 2300 Monday .

year term of office. The group ice career started at NAS Corpus grade point of through Friday and 14002300on We welcome Helen Mitstifer
will also choose three members Christi! in 1941. She spent a brief beating the Saturday and Sunday. and Virginia Merrill who logged

of the Supervisory Committee, one period at NAS Pensacola, and In highest aver- aboard Barracks 72 2 from
member to be elected for one year 1944 transferred to NAS Jax. She age ever recorded Lakehurst, N. J, lie entered the Charleston, S. C. and Grace Monti -
and two for a period of two years.In Is a sailmaker in the Finish and t at the Navy in June 1951 and after be- from Bainbridge Md.

accordance with the regula- Fabric Branch of 0 & R. ANP) School ing recalled to active duty received The flu bug chased some of the
tions set forth In the Charter and Hutchings III started apprentice I Hickman will now be recruit training at San gals from NATTCenter into the
By-Laws, a nominating committee training at the Station in 1948 transferred to the AG School at Diego, Calif. hospital this week. Included are

has been appointed consistingof Gerry Meyers, Jean Pauguette,
Willie E. Dobbs, Overhaul and Betty Schutlzer Tanya Bragg
Repair; Thomas M. Cowan, Public II 690,000'48-51 NSLI Dividend Checks UnclaimedIt II and Arlene Zyniecki. Also in the

Works; and Frank Woods, Sup- hospital are Doris Quinn from
ply. This committee will nomin- is now estimated that of There has been no concerted The search for the 90,000 en-I NATTCenter Roamona Daigle ..".
ate one person for each office, and those veterans entitled to the 1948 effort to reach the 600,000 per- titled to 1951 Special Carolyn O'Brian Helen Nabbcn, "
this slate will be presented to the NSLI Special Dividend payments, sons eligible to receive tne. 1948 checks is now centered in the Carmen Padro, Gloria Arvey and
group for consideration at the 600,000 checks are still undistrib- Special Dividend, but who have armed forces, after a study indi I I Dartha Swaim from NAS.
meeting. uted and unclaimed. In addition, never applied for it. An active cated most of those eligible apparently Bretta Reinhart joined the
Further nominations "by mem- some 90,000 1951 Special Divi campaign will get under way were back on active duty. MAA staff this week in Barracks
bers for each office will be offered dend checks are being held, un about February 1, 1953 maybe 720.
from the floor at election claimed. The amounts involved In sooner. ANY veteran of World War II Correction please! Mildred
time. these unclaimed checks have not A recent survey on a sampling who held a National Service Life Mueller is the new addition to
Since the newly elected officers been computed. basis indicated that 15 percent of Insurance policy for as long as Jax Air News and not Millie

will guide the affairs of the Credit S the persons due checks, can be 3 months, between 1940 and 1951, Moyer as it appeared In last
Union at an Important stage WRITTEN application was required located quickly. The other 85 per- and did not receive a dividend week's column. (Editor's Note:
in Ita growth officials urge that for the 1948 dividend, but cent generally allowed their policies check during that time should For the staffs pulling this boner,
all members attend this first annual the 1951 disbursement was made to lapse on discharge from contact the local Veterans' Sevlce Miss Mueller is now entitled to a

meeting and participate in automatically to all policyholdersthat military service and have never Officer for assistance in applyingfor year's free subscription of the Jax
the election. could be located. given the VA a later address. the dividend. Air News),






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VF-174 Fasron Six, VC-62, VP-5 Report
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i Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons

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, VF-174 I SALTY HUMOR FROM

Causing the Hell Razors to as follows: Bill Bailey, 20; Jim HERE AND THERE
! Jump for Joy upon their return Murray, 17; "Mutt" Pasco, 14, and
recently from the Mediterraneanwith Bradley Kidd, 13. Tourist: "What's the speed limit
Air Group 17, are six shiny Four men advanced in rate re- through here?" '
, new Cougar F9F-6 Navy jets. The cently after passing pay grade Native: "We don't have any.
I men are busy now learning everything E-3 exams held at the Education You city folks can't go through.
, from starter buttons to office. New rates went to Dale M. here fast enough to suit us."
I flame 6ut. Olson, AA-AN; David E. Parson, .

In addition, the usual trans 1.f SA-SN; George W. Million, AO- On a bus the other day, a cor-
f tion of pilots within the squadron AA-AOAN; and Posey A. Conner, poral offered a lady his seat and

f : is in progress. Some of the AA.AN.I. ) she fainted. When she revived,
: "barnacle crusted" two and three Fasron lost three familiar faces w ;a +:k she thanked him-and he fainted.
j .
Med cruise pilots are leaving, last week as George W. Baranski, .
while new pilots are reporting in. PI3; Robert J. Fahey, AM3; and Two hunters were lost In the

I Lt. (jg) Robert H. Schaub has Gerald A. Brown, Jr., PNSN, were woods. "What shall we do?" cried
received orders to Corpus Christi. assigned to new duty stations. __ one. "Let's shoot an extra deer,"
said the other. "The game warden
Five new pilots reported in re "
Baranski will his will find us in 10 minutes.
Three of begin new
cently. them were with .
the influx of Birmingham Ala. tour of duty on the USS H. W,
,
Gilmore, AN(16)( ) at Key West St. Peter couldn't find the newarrival's
boys. Lt. Joe W. Slaughter, Jr., %, .
name on the roster."How'd .
while
Lt. Allen G. Roberts, and Lt. Ju- Fahey moves across the "
you get here? he asked.
Hangar to VC62. Brown
moves
lien L. Suttle
recalled
.
recently "
to Cecil Field to "Flu, he replied.
duties
begin
from the
organized reserve at .
Birmingham, have added a decide I with VF-102.
'
Judge: "You should be ashamed.
-
ed Rebel flavor to the Hell Ra- Frank M. Gilliard, ADC, has I
.
What have
you ever done for
zors. being reported TAD back to to ComFairJax Fasron Six after for mm____ .._ _..._' "...,._.......>:'.,,""' > ......, "" ..... 4 your fellow man?"

The two other new pilots are the past six weeks. Charles N. ADMIRAL INSPECTS UNIT-Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hard- Burglar: "Well, I've kept fouror
son, Commander Fleet Air five detectives
Jacksonville working
accompanied by Comdr reg-
Hontz, AN, checked in off leave
Lt. Henry Wardenga and Lt. Ken-
C. H. Hatchings (rear left), skipper of Experimental Squadron ularly."
neth E. Narance. Lt. Wardenga Jan. 14 after spending 15 days One based at Key West, inspects the unit as part of Its annual .
reported from the organized re- with his family in Coaldale, Pa. administrative and material Inspection. The unit Is a part of Fleet Comdr.
Air (blowinghis top): "Who
Jacksonville. ..
serve at NAS Akron, Ohio, and is Thomas F. Miller, SN, will be put those crummy-looking flowers
from Erie, JPa. Lt. Narance was attending class "A" Telemans Last Friday, the VC-62 Before "
cagers coming to VC-62, Lt. on the Captain's desk?
formerly a contractor in Marion school at Bainbridge, Md., for the
drubbed
a determined Great Markham was attached to Photo AN: "The Captain, Sir."
Ohio, and a member of organized next 20 weeks. Southern quint 62-52. The leading Interpretation Center, Washington : Comdr: "Pretty, ain't they?"
reserve Fighter Squadron 691 at John R. MacFarlane, AK2, and point getters for the "jet men" D. C. I .
NAS: Columbus, Ohio.R. wife are proud to the -
announce were Dullard with 20 and Red After being recalled to active "Does your husband talk in hiss
L. Fulmer, A02, is on his arrival of Teresa Lynn who was Sheldon with 19.VC62's duty, A. H. Montgomery, AFI, sleep 7""No
way home to Pennsylvania after born Jan. 12 at the Naval Hos March of Dimes campaign checked into VC-62's photo de the stinker Just grins."
getting separated. L. H. Gignack, pital. Teresa weighed 7 lbs., 11% is progressing with great partment. MAsked .

ED3, transferred to near his homein ozs. satisfaction. The squadron's "hit what he had done with
Brunswick, Maine. William R. Again Duval County Armory is the jar-get a day off gimmick VP-5 his money a Seaman answered:
Bell, YN2, reported from VF-73 selected as the location for the collected $113.00 payday morning, Last week marked the stagingof "Part went for liquor, part for
at Quonset Point, R. I., and Anthony future squadron The date with another
party $40.00 In the after- many heart-warming scenes at women, and the rest I spent fool
T. Guilianelli, SA, reported has been set for Feb. 6, with mu- noon. After two weeks of operation the Patrol Five plane parking ishly."
to Hell Razor squadron fromIlainbridge sic .by Abe Livert and his 10- the "day-off-jars" have collected spaces. Wives and children flocked
Md. recruit station. piece orchestra. Food, entertain- $224.00.Lt. to husbands and daddies, who Malta.
While the rest of Air Group 17 ment, and refreshments will be .. John 'R.- Markham, Jr., re- returned from a five-month tour P2V Neptunes and VR airlift
flew from NAS Jacksonville to provided with intentions of making cently reported aboard for duty. of the Mediterranean island of aircraft taxied up. As soon as the
again board the Franklin D. this party every bit the success engines were cut, men in flight I
Roosevelt (CVA-42)) for a ten of last year's. Daily Double Muster suits and travel-rumpled clothing
.. .. ..
day cruise, the Hell Razors remained piled out. From there on in it was
in Jacksonville to con- VC-62 Picking Daily Double' No Problem; everyone for himself. Each such
tinue their transition from Cor- VC-62's basketball team defeat scene presented once more one of

sair F-4-U4s to the new F9F-6 ed MacDill Air Force team at Not At NATTCenter Unit HerePicking the happiest times for Navy couples
Cougars. Mainside Gym, 82-77, last Tues- and families the world over
that of the hour
day. It the double" ever joyous
was a hard-fought affair "daily poses no problem at the NATTCenter
Fasron Six with practically everyone getting administration building. In fact, the daily double is mustered there of homecoming.A .
Fasron Six easily took its open- i into the scoring. The big guns in with the administration department. lot has happened in the

ing game in the NAS intramural VC-62's offensive attack, Al Bul- Jacque and Dobl Borrowes, Iden- meantime. The detachment hereat '
American basketball league last lard and Stearns with 24 and 17 tical twins airman I apprentices double as can be found. NAS Jax has received 30 new
week I ems and 10 new officers. Old time
by defeating VF-174, 91-32, pointsrespectively.. form almost as perfect a daily
at Mainside. Pacing the Banshees The twins, in show business before Chiefs Macheda and Osborne
_
scoring attack was Bradley Kidd r- .t entering the Navy, have a have shipped over for what may
who connected for 19 while Bill : special act which they put on locally be their last 6-year hitch. The
Bailey contributed 17 and "Mutt" L'-' for benefit shows. Both girls squadron now finds itself with
Pasco 15. r have been practicing ventrilo new working spaces, those occu
In the Men's City League Friday k' quism .for the last seven years. pied by Patrol Squadron 3 when
the Fasronites downed Cecil Jacque started the act when she VP-5 deployed to the Med. The
Field, 66-40. Scoring honors went was admitted to a hospital as a new men are busy meeting those
child. Her mother gave her a ven returning, and they in turn are
triloquist's dummy to play with telling their collections of new
Tryouts For while she was a patient. Returning "sea stories" to their buddies still
home after her illness, Jacque here at Jacksonville.
Little TheatreThe found that Bobl wanted to get into *
the act. 'Mac"! MacKinnon
1 1y Another doll was purchased squadron
Jacksonville Little Theatre and the act was bel>un. coffee mess proprietor, seems a
has extended an invitation to mil- little blue because customs regulations

itary personnel to try out for the y t "I'll neVer forget the first show prevented his bringing
play "Season in the Sun" at 1930 we put on," said Jacque. "We VP-5's puppy mascot, Ginger
Monday. Tryouts will be held in s were 13 years old and we put ion t back with him. She also had j just
the theatre at 2032 San Marco for a school benefit. Both of borne five pups before the squadron -

Blvd. 3.'K us were scared to death, so we left. Malta.
The play will open Feb. 18, for held the dolls in front of our faces, Ens. H. P. "Tiger" Summers
a 10-night run, excluding Sun- while they did the talking." has kept his promise to his air-

day. The cast is composed of six a R v a They have given several benefit line hostess girl friends and
men, five women and two chil- shows at the MacDill Air Force showed up with a new car.

dren. Base, Tampa, and have given ben Things are looking up for the
Those selected for roles in the efit shows In hospitals throughout i squadron's bachelor.
play must be members of the Little Florida. Their latest benefit was With all the rush and businessof
Theatre, and attend all re- at the Hope Haven Children's unpacking, settling into new
herasals and performances. How Hospital Tuesday. working spaces, and meetingnew

ever, since this is the fourth playof squadron acquaintances, all
the season, membership rates hands will quickly agree that Jax
are reduced to $5.00, entitling the ; ) No More CarbinesThe never looked better!

holder to participation in all thea Marine Corps carbine will *
tre activities and to see the next no longer be carried by troopsattached "Would you advise me to marrY
two plays. A membership may be _.._no- to the Fleet Marine a sensible or abeautiful, girl?"
shared if desired. "I'm afraid you will never be
,
DOU LE-TAKE-As identical twins as can be found "Jackie" Forces.
Previous professional experience and BobI Borrowes, both Airmen, are back in show business, this Complete elimination able to marry either."
time performing for special functions of the "Why?"
is not required. Backstage while serving In the Armed
workers and crew members meet Forces. Attached to NATTCenter Administration, they feature a weapon from Atlantic and Pacific "Well, a beautiful girl could do
ventriloquism act which they have been doing for seven years. Fleet Marine units was ordered better and a sensible girl would
every Monday night Both were in show business before in
entering the Navy. a letter issued last week. know better."



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SHORT CUTS-Many manufacturing short cuts have been designed for 0 & B -

machinery by the tooling section of the Process Division. Here Joseph Kinnan, metalsmith, (left)
and Mack Morgan, toolmaker, make a Corsair stress plate on the Onsrud Router in a five-minute 14, 1 rr k4+ fd ri A

operation. Before a locally designed cutter was Installed on the machine, it took U operations and

three hours to produce the same part.


O & R Employees Cooperate In Short Cuts



ELIMINATES DIES-Using a simple, cheap form block on

Retooling Machinery Speeds ProductionC the Cyril Bath Contour Former, and stretching metal until it

exceeds its elastic limit and assumes a permanent set, John Diehl,
metalsmith, (right) makes a contour hat section in short time for I

Kenneth Anson, supervisor (center) and Martin Donlvan, tool-
1 teamwork between I to be weak. necessarily had to use it. however -I maker. Devised locally, this method eliminates need for expen-

manufacturing sections and I About a year ago, 0 & R received the process proved so costly sive dies.

an order to make 200 of that the tooling section was requested method ber hydraulic principle for blank
tooling section of the Process been made by this new ,
these stress plates. When the to design a quicker, more but and forming aluminum alloy
ing
Division Overhaul and Repair not only for 0 & R's own use,
initial economical to the
Process Division set up the way produce other activities.
also for use by parts
department, has resulted in operation, it used a factory designed same part.A Approximately 2,500 man hours S .

lower cost materials at a Onsrud Router to cut the design for the Onsrud Routerwas have been saved on this job alone, TO MANUFACTURE identical

form to shape. When shaped, the devised that would route,
rate of
production.Two
higher and future orders for parts requiring parts by a previous method required -
form went to the milling machines( shape, and bevel the part in a sin similar trim can also be
years ago, when this division either considerable handwork
to be beveled. To produce a single gle operation. A cutter was made the Onsrud Router witha
on or the manufacture of ex-
set up a program designedto stress plate, in this manner, chucked into the routing machine
of
tooling
work and simple change pensive blanking dies. For example *
eliminate duplicate
required 13 distinct operations arid using the original router templateto :
S S S to make switch panel
a
inefficiency cooperation came
took three hours. accomplish the complete operation
ANOTHER versatile piece i of with odd shaped cut
numerous
from all corners.Improvements. .
S in one pass, and in five( minutes
equipment in the Process Divisionis outs and notches would necessitatefirst
were suggestedby SINCE THIS was the only available time.
the Bath Contour Form ( the manufacture of precisely
Cyril
all levels of employees, and method at the time, O&R One thousand stress plates have
er. Utilizing the principle that fitted( matching blanking dies. Approximately
evaluations made as to feasibilityof ...
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incorporation of these methods.
its elastic limit will take a turf'_ would be utilized for the
When accepted, developed and put
permanent set on whatever form it die itself..
into actual use, costs dropped and
production increased. happens to be at that moment, this Complete tooling for the Press

machine has eliminated press and requires about eight hours, and
, Important in the program has
drop hammer operations, and their consists simply of a piece of 3/16
been improvements made on ma-
attendant expensive die manufac chrome-moly sheet stock cut to
chinery. Instead of scrapping ma-
exactly the shape of the finished
chines,which had become obsoleteor ture.To
make dies requires first( the part. The cutting action Is furnished
limited in use, new applicationsfor
manufacture of a wood or plaster by the tremendous pres-
machines were suggested, and
9a model, duplicating the part con suies applied within the head,
the assignment of designing new
tour. A metal duplicate of the causing the rubber confined in the
tooling turned over to the tooling
original is then cast in the foundry head to seek the low spots be-
section
Then comes the grinding and neath the part metal, which are
.
SIT
finishing' of the dies to a high luster cut Into the sheer plate.

WAS THE ingenuity and and matching contours. Officials say that $20,000 year-
conscientious effort of the forty- -- y:;
The Cyril Bath method does not ly is a conservative estimate of
five( toolmakers, pattern maker
require a wood or plaster model. savings incurred by the use of the
and template makers of this sec- -
Forms are cut directly from wood, Press and its new method of operation -
tion that led to some of the new _
other similar materials. .
masonite, or
"short cuts" which have saved
Only one die, either male or
wasted man hours and thousandsof
'.. female, is required.
dollars. SAVES $20,000 ANNUALLY-SInce a Williams White Hydraulic S S BLOOD BANK

One example is the manufacture I Tress, considered obsolete, was modified by the Installation USING TillS one simple, cheap

of a stress plate for the Corsair, of a locally designed head, complete tooling for blanking and form block, the metal Is stretchedby BOX SCORE
a plate used to strengthen an area forming aluminum alloy parts requires only eight minutes. Lead.
the form until
in the airplane which was found Ingman Felix L. Danforth (right) and Earl Hetzel, discuss the the machine over Per-eh.

process which previously took 80 hours. it takes a permanent set, and NATTCenter ..253 388 153.3

the part is finished. Comm. 4 5 125.0

New Wave SchoolA "Good To Be Back Home" This one operation has saved 60 Marines .-. 10 11 110.0

new Wave Petty Officer per cent tooling time and cost. FAW-11 ...__ 13 13 100.0

Leadership School will start at RereadjustmentFor o Thousands of parts are now madeon Operations ..12 12 100.0

the Naval Training Center, Bainbridge Operation the Cyril Bath'machine including Special Serv. ..- 4 4 100.0

Md., Feb. 2. Lcdr. H. R. I. MaltaIf wing stringers, fuselage form Admin ........... 3 3 100.0
in VP-5 Back From
Powell will be the officer ers, wing formers and spars. Cecil Field _... 16 3 18.7

charge. you happen to see crowns, ha'- The Williams White Hydraulic Medical __ 2 2 100.0
ercises and made numerous familiarization
pennles and shillings floating cities Press, obsolete and taking up valuable I. R. D. .._ 2 2 100.0

7 More Added around the base, don't get excited. flights to European Amsterdam floor space, was also modifiedby Dental .......?_ 1 1 100.0

The monetary system has not including Naples, Pompeii, the installation of a locally designed Rea Fleet ........ 85 81 95.2

ToRosferOfVzGallon changed-It's just that membersof Iran, London and Copen head which utilized the rub. Public Works .. 24 20 83.3

VP-5 have returned fromJUalta hagen. -... --- Supply ............ 21 12 44..
Enlisted of. the squad.
ClubSeven personnel
Com FairJax 94 26 21.6
and may have a little loose British ?
comfortably housed in
were coin. ron were Polio PoliciesFor o & R ..............115 16 14.1
new members hotel-style barracks, while
large G. Cove Spgs. .. 35 5 14.2
Club is
added to the Half-Gallon "Operation Re-readjustment" billetedin
the officer personnel were NARTU _....... 7 1 14.2 or
roster last week, as reportedby now under way in Patrol Squad. huts two to a room. CiviliansEmployees
,
Forces Blood return to quonset AIM ....._..._._ 4 0 0.0
the Armed ron 5 since the outfit's *
make application Engineers ......13 0 0.0
NAS. Total may
Donor Center here at stateside last week. Unable to be with their own
is 169. for Polio Insurance during the Fla Mil. Dist. .. 5 0 0.0
membership now families last Christmas, the men
Include: remainder of January and up until Hospital ?...?...21 0 0.0
New members Return of the squadron's ground of the squadron did the next best
James W. Hal!, OAR. last Feb. 16, it has been announcedby
personnel began a week ago thing. A committee collected donations
John R. Clayton, OAR.: the Industrial Relations De Company, will be added to the
Sunday when a transport plane from each man, and with

Harold R. Fitzqater, EN1, bearing 25 men landed at NAS. the money, gave over 200 orphans partment. present group Feb. 25. It can

Res. Fleet Sub. Group 3. To date, all personnel and planes from different Maltese institutionsthe Those interested should submit then be renewed July 25, the sta

Charles N. Ebersole, AMC, have returned. ,The commanding biggest party of their lives. name, department, check number tion's anniversary date, for a period

Fasron 9.Charles. officer's plane and crew, plus the Despite the attractions offeredon and policy desired to their shop of one year.

Bradford, AKAN,AE last air-lift arrived over the past Malta, Lt. Losure, Air Frames personnel supervisor, or directlyto Cost of coverage for the next

School, NATTCenter. week-end. Officer of VP-5, echoed the sentiments ( IRD (phone 420)), five months will be $2.75 for a

James A. Sands, AD2, OAR.: While in the Mediterranean, VP- of all the men when he said,, Coverage, arranged through the family plan, and $1.25 for an individual

Eldon A. Rutten, O&R: :5 participated in Sixth Fleet ex- "It's good to be home." Pacific Mutual Lift Insurance plan.











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vm./",..w'y'; ",, -': .,..:,;(; : ; ... :."I:'i": -:/1... ',.:...- .n; '" ,1/ OFFCapt.Burnham INITIAL TI?-. March Of Dimes

C. MeJaffree t

commanding Links Tourney
,
officerof I!,
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'II NAS lax, Slated Saturday
tosses u p the
first ball to inaugurate -
The March of Dimes campaign
the 53
imeutr Intramural cage will benefit from a three -team

season at Mains tournament at the NAS golf

d e. Jumping course Saturday morning when

enter are John Linksmen from every quarter of
Kemp (left) of
/ :: the station vie with their respective -
4 Wilh_. John M. CharvatThere NARTU and .a" :: ,
Bon Swanson of : units.
may be more important games won this season Ordnance & Team under three divisions,
by the Jax Navy cagcrs, but we doubt seriously if any will Gunner/ O b Q NATrCenter and Hospital, Fleet
register as big a thrill for Coach Frank McCaffrey as the topped the Reserves rLj" I. Personnel and NAS personnel
stunning 81-77 decision over Georgia Teachers College last 74-57. A will be off the tee at 0930. Some
Saturday in Statesboro, Ga. total of 21 teamsare 35 men will swing for each unit

We say it was McCaffrey's biggest personal victory. entered In ; and a $1 entry fee will be charged. -
That should be clerified by adding-to date. Should the locals two divisions, .

upset Parris Island tonight in the Mainside gym, "it points fighting that are for Following the tourney an informal -
will be the one we want," the elated Navy mentor com- credited toward get-together will be heldin

mented. leadership In the .. A the club house at which time

Last year the Professors took the measure of the Fliers Iron Man Trophy "-".. ;'" .,.,,., food and refreshments will be

twice, 76-65 and 88-68, but this season the Fliers reversedthe served, station pro Jack Harvey
procedure. In the initial meeting here, Dec. 8, the Teachers chase.Teams advised.
were a "G8-G6 victim. On the foreign maples the win for 21 In CompetitionFor Personnel interested in com-

Jax Navy was even sweeter. peting should get in touch with

Before the tipoff Saturday Mac told his athletes, "It will the following officers who are in
take hustle to win this one. But the kind of hustle I mean Mainside Hoop LaurelsOrdnance charge of the three teams. NATT
isn't merely playing your hearts out and scrapping for the Center and Hosptial contact Lt.

ball. H. C. Bain, extension' 8319; Fleet
"Hustle," Mac continued, "means playing heads up ball and Gunnery collected a pair of wins in the activities contact Lcdr. W. A.

every minute, thinking when you make a pass or go into a first week of Mainside intramural basketball competition to Hopkins, extension 213, and NAS
pattern. Follow that definition and you'll win; don't, and itwill lead a field of 21 teams in two leagues who are scheduled for personnel contact Lcdr. R. Q.

be a long trip home.:' I action through early March. Wallace,. extension 524.
The O & G men set an early .
Fliers followed and four from the charity stripe I
The the formula, almost to: goal for the NAS entries
scoring for 14 points to pace the losers. Linksmen In Second
the letter. And it was a 'happy bus load of I when they blasted VF-172 10046.It I
sailors that made the return trek from STANDINGS
States-j was no contest from the opening -
boro to Jacksonville early Sunday Amrrlran League Half Round Fight
> tipoff as Tom Northrop, Keith Tear W. l.
number of collegiate citizens remarked, early] Fife and Ora Dudley scored 24, Vasron O&G Six.. 2 1 0 0 l For Varsity Berths
in the game with the locals on the short end I! 20 and 18 points respectively! to V1M41 Hospital .. I gl I
of an 8-2 count, that it looked like little more the win. NAR1U 1 1 J Second half qualifying roundsfor
than practice for their five. .w pace VK-22 ................. 0 0
Zoda Earlier the same trio was instrumental yrnVF4at .: 0 0 the station golf team will get

It was practice all right. If the Professors weren't warm- In a 74-57 victory over .... .......... .. 0 0 0 0 I, under way Saturday and Sunday.
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ed up after that one they're in for a frozen season. It's a NARTU. Northrop counted 28 V F-1 T2 ....... ......... 0 l''
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rAw-1t '. A 72-hole medal play runoff is
cinch Coach J. B. Scearce, Jr., was warm. The after game this time, while Fife chimed in vF-17I n l
menu was broiled Scearce- la Georgia Teachers. A tastier with 21. Ron Swanson meshed a ... being staged to select 12 men to
NaU.
dish has never been served.In dozen from the pivot post. Tear League w. L. I represent Jax Navy in the coming -

a team victory such as it was Saturday, it's bard Patrolman Shade FAW-11 Supply Kacron 109.. 1 i o 0 I golf meets.

to pick out individual stars. However, plaudits from this de- VP-741 edged FAW-11 in the X-l Special.Services ... o 0 0 0 Erwin Scott led a field of 20
partment go to Vince Zoda and Ward Weisel, both NATT- second game of the year, 35-34. VJ-3 0 0 through the first 36 holes, card-
Operation 0 0
Centerites. The Patrolmen were never behind, VA-175 ......................0 0 ing a 73-7G for 149. Herb Herres
Vince was the clutch scorer. With the Fliers leading by although Ued late in the game at VK-173 Disbursing... 0 0 0 is three strokes behind on a 77-
.
a scant 72-70 margin and only two minutes remaining, he 29 apiece. Mort Jenks and Larry VAS 0 I. 75-152 count, while Bob WallaceIs
drove under for a layup. Bob Grabaz flipped through a fielder Rosson canned eight points each I five strokes arear with a 79-

and Vince connected for two charity pegs that iced matters. for the winners. Charlie Rick- I TWO-BIT CLUBTom 75-154.
School was out. The Professors could not overcome the seeker and Ralph McKnight had Included in the top twelve,
deficit. Ward enjoyed what was his best scoring quarter in nine apiece for the Alrwingers. Northrop, sharp'shoot- I along with Scott, Herres and Wallace
two years with the varsity when he meshed 11 points in the Fasron Six asserted itself as one ing team captain of O & G's are Rufus Pearson, 156, Ed
second canto. of the teams to beat in the American Mainside intramural quintet, Barnes 156, Les Platt 158, Pete
League, posting a convincing came within one point of en-
Gardner 159, Ken Sutton 159,
Georgia Teachers held 23-18 advantageafter
a
91-32 decision over VF-174. No rolling in the Two-Bit Club
Bob Foxx 159, Pep Younce 159,
>r; one heat, but Ward spearheaded a drive less than a dozen cagers enteredthe twice last week counting 28 Lou Chaff, Ray Bellamy and Otis
that netted the locals 47-39 for points against NARTU and 24 -
a spread at half- scoring: circus the winners, Beck, all at 163.
time. Throughout the fray the stoic Weiselwas Bradley KidcTs 19 points headingthe against VF-174. Pensacola will send a 16-man

in more than his share of the rough stuff, parade. Morris Dalton was Northrop joined NARTlTs squad here this afternoon for a
the top point getter for VF-174 Gene McKenzie as the first entries
receiving more bumps than a towel in a so- with nine. to the scoring lodge. Mc- practice session, to be spiced witha

Welsel rority house. Supply and VF-173 fought a seesaw Kenzie turned the trick with quartet of leading officers from
Against the University of Florida '"B" squad Grabaz, batUe through forty minutesof 26 points against VF-174. It both stations. Jax Navy will be

the Syracuse Shotgun, was little more than a cap pistol, play before Supply eked throughIn takes 25 or more points in a ably represented by Rear Admi-
counting a scant tip-in from the field. However, Saturday the closing minutes to win, 66- single tussle to become eligi- ral Hardison Capt. Julius C. Early -

% and Monday eves, the latter against NAS Pensacola, the 64. Fighter Squadron led at the ble. Comdr. James H. Armstrongand
Kemington Firearms Corp. reinstated Grabaz with his original Intermission, 33-29, and had a sev Comdr. James W. Hardy.

label. With 21 and 23 point performances, Bob proved en-point bulge at the threequartermark "
an old adage: you can't keep a good man down.If but couldn't contain Jim ..
missed tussle with Westlund and John Husk .. ..... : ..ejii .\. .
you Monday's Pensacola, you as Supply .:.... .... .' ... .
weren't out much. It somewht of rallied in the final heat. ..:,'. .. .. .
was a lethargic showing M' o'WIIf, ;...".. ".". ... .. .. .. ..
that found the Fliers reverse dismal second and third quar- Faron 109 Rallies .;:
.
ter showings to move out in the final chapter for the win. Jim Smith led Fasron 109's c'l.: ''i : '
However, the highlight of the evening was not the game fourth-quarter rally to-dump VA- ; :J./

Itself. Hather it was the mediocracy shown from the visitors 45, 56-54.: The winners trailed 41- :'.,. .. .. :i: >. .::.... :
,/. :
bench in the waning minutes when the issue was definitely 38 after three stanzas, but despite ; i Ct, .
in doubt. a spirited effort on the partof "

If Bob Reinhardt didn't get the most uncalled for beatings Mike Mlzel, managed to come ,1Ifi;
the gun sounded, Tommy Manville is still a bachelor. We through on top. ", ,
failed to catch the number of the bush leaguer who floored Bob Smith had a dozen for the : '

the blonde scrapper, but had we, his name would be in print. losers. .Smith had 21 for the Fas- x .
There was no excuse for the deliberate fouling. With ronites and teammate Bill Madden .
fur seconds remaining Grabaz had the ball at mid-court, added 10. 'tt'

dribbled in 15 feet and passed to Reinhardt under the bucket. Hospital trimmed FAW-11, 53- ."

As he went up the gun sounded, but one of the Goslings sent 46, with the issue in doubt until ,... . .
Reinhardt to the floor, and himself to the seclusion of team- the waning minutes. Jim Free- .. ...
mates. Brave? man was the whole show for the ;:. .
Corpsmen, but it was Joe Kran- :: :
FOLLOWIN' THE FLIERS-We understand professionid : 1
,
cage scouts were on hand to watch John "Boats" Lanier cyzk's seven points in the fourth : : r. :: ...
play for Special Services Monday afternoon. If they were, period that was the telling mar- :
It's no doubt they enjoyed the entire affair as John displayed< gin. Ralph McKnight had 11 for ." : :

roll the artistry of a magician in his hour of triumph FAW-11. "",,,,,, :
Probably the most pleased spectator at the recent Georgia NARTU jumped to a commanding .r' .
Teachers College game was Bob Grabaz's father, who watched lead in the second quarter, :
Ills son for the first time in service competition Con- which it never relinquished, to defeat
ffrats to Special Services Ed Vallery and wife Marion on the VF-174, 64-43, with Gene :Mc- DID HE MAKE IT?-Eluding a block by Ordnance ft Gllnnery's
Don Gibbs Gordon Schott of NARTU
arrival of their second baby. It was a boy born Monday morn- Kenzie canning 26 points. Paul I O Ac G thumped,the Reserves In a Mainside Intramural moves goalward.fracas,
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Cagers ScrambleFor ] :- ,+," \ IR n 'fij'JAtJ I
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IM Berths :)'<1,; t : ,.lI.'' ':;i lii\1iiM!"\ '"(,' 2'W"'L'\"" : 'Jk ''i, iil i.r' i.\\, I

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In Center LoopSupply A ry i .tJts1
f
"
'::i I'P
gained a. firmer grip on .
first place In the NATTCenter In- ,'.' ft

,,,.;. ,
tramural cage scramble last week -

with two .wins, remaining undefeated

through eight frays. AE iir

school has been thumped once, Sink Fliers

but still hold an edge over the ,

Marine* and AO
Shipa Company

for second place : In Tank Meet

In holding the nmnerup slot the ,
Student Electricians had to over +
M winning five of nine
come a tough Ordnance quintet, '"; places, Jax Navy's varsity winning 400 yard free style aggregation
48-36.
The
Leathernecks and team dropped its third with Bill Chamberlin,
AO>rs have been beaten twice
Job and Harold Ferris.
Penberty
I dual meet of the sea
each. week, losing 42-33 to Lack of second place pointswas
Knoebber of Supply heads the the telling factor in the local's
t State University in the
'
Individual scoring column with 133 4t 8
__ i ', tank. defeat, as FSU counted a
points, an average of 16.6 per I Carr again led the Fliers seven: point spread in two events,

game. Schroeder of AO School churning to victory in the 200 yard back stroke and fan-
has averaged 18.3 points, but has -
4 cy diving.
and 100 yard free style
scored 128, playing one less _
game. In addition, he was on the Vic MacLaughlin won the 200
rard breast stroke, breezing

Team STANDINGS though in 2:47.5: while Chamber-
W. L.
SuPply ........... .. .. ....... 8 0 -," -- ---- __-'.-_......m--_ HAS Golfer/ Aces lin was victorious in the 150 yard
Marine AE School .....5 5 1 2 Ponte Vcdra No. 5 individual medley for the Fliers'
AO FLOATING SPHERE?-This is no for physical
Ship ... 5 2 pose
Personnel ......... 3 3 although the photographer did a fine Job in stopping the Naval Air Station's Dick fifth and final win.
A/C AO School Malnt ............... :2 2 8 5 completely. Bob Reinhardt (white uniform), Jax Navy aced the difficult 215- Friday the Fliers host the Ma-
Medical 1 S is in the midst of a scramble for a loose ball in the Filers No. 5 hole at Ponte Vedra rine Corps Air Station of Miamiin
SS.-lft. 0 7 with MacDill AFB here last Monday. Watching the flight
the Indoor
Sunday afternoon using Pool. The initial
ball are MaeDill's Don Raker (14)), Si Kennedy (22)), Elmer ,
((18)) and Paul Schwartz (16)). Jax Navy won this one, iron that he fired into event goes at 1400. Saturday
12 Exhibition Fliers' record Is now 11-2. wind. Reaches Bob Rogers and Dick

Sullivan, Bob Ccrem- White 'will take their charges to

and John Goodens, all of Miami where they'll do battle
Games Fliers Risk Home
Slated Perfect handed'c were playing in a four with Miami University.

with Nelson when he MUM IlIARI:
For City NineThe his hole-in-one the first 200 yard medley relay: FSU Hoff.
,
,
man Rotry. Kay) Time 3:2X7.
Record Against PI two years on No. 5. 220! yard free style 1 Jacksonville baseball club, Jax.White Time, Jax;2:Weaver 301. FSU; 1'rntwrty

yet to be given a new nickname, 50 Carr Jax Dun.
that refused to miss. The ) !
has announced exhibition Just how good is the current edition of the Jax ham, S'rl''W\ W t'lm! tSU; Ferric I ,
a 12-game
Harley counted 24 points Jax. Time 25 arcoiuls.
Basketball team? That query has been mulled over
schedule to terminate the 150 yard Individual medley: Cham
Phillips was good for 17.
minds of local fans through 13 but the berlin, .
spring cage games, Jar: ; Crowe, KSU : Harwell.ISUt
routine
training for the pumped 20 for the Fliers. I lobyiu, J ax. Time 1145.5.
might well be in the offing at 2015 tonight when the
coming season. off tepid second and .lttlln.F\\ : Stoke FSU; Dcaty
host Parris Island's trenchant Leathernecks in the ; x, Cox: Jax.
South Atlantic League competition quarter displays, the Fliers 100 yard.S tree style! Caryl Jay: Bur-
gym. man. KSU; Kalshand, KSU; Perrlf,
opens Tuesday night, April Saturday night Camp Gordon'sstation but breeze to a 70-60 3ax. Time 1.301.

14, and the city nine will be out representatives are here early advantage through NAS Pensacola Monday 200 >nr.l back stroke: Shipley. FSU;

to regain a first division berth for a single tussle. Tip-off time as period, 23-18, but Ward Jax Navy was in front 16-C Jax Lurle.; !Time FSU;2:303.; : Roberts. Jax; Sehmdlt,

which eluded it last season. usual is at 2015. had complete command one quarter, but could not 200 yard breast stroke: MacLauKhlln.

Two major league clubs, the The Fliers will throw a perfect hoop in the second to with Pete Fannon, former Jaxj 2:17.5.: : alley, FSU| Waldon, Jax. Time

Boston Red Sox and the Pittsburgh home record Into the bat. mates to a 47-39 athlete, in the second as he 400 ynrd tree style relay: :lax Navy
Pirates included the Goslings within 31.28 (Carr, Chnmbeilln, Tenbcrty, !'trrll")
are on
.
tie and every means will be lead.At Time 3:59.5.Lcdr.;
the exhibition slate which follows 4 *
used to preserve the 8-0 slate. the three-quarter
: Seasonally the locals are 112. the Fliers led 66-59, was near flawless
Wed.. ,April I-DOlton Red Sox here. the Professors every angle. He failed to Donahue Is
Turner Air Force
2-Nashville here. Base sur .
Frl..r'A:;'rlri in five pitches from the
flat.. April 3-Milwaukee 4-PltUiburjth,, here.hfore. prised the Fliers last week, 89- throughout, and early Liaison For Navy
throw line and from the
Sun.. April 5-Jax Reach, St, Augus.Une. 86, in a fray that requiredmore period had erased the
was off on only five of li
Mon.. April 6-1ax beach hffe. methiolate for painted Zoda flipped through At Gloves KickoffLcdr.
Tuf'l., ,April Fannon accounted for
7-Ja Reach here. proved to be the ninnfng
Wed.. April 8-Charleston, here. throats than tooth paste for an
Thur., APril 9-Charleston, here. aircraft carrier's complement.It gin with 1:58 to play the visitors' points. Richard V. Donahue,
Fri., April 10-Minneapolis, here. Sl'MMARIKSAROUND : NAS Special Services officer
was
flat.. April l1-Mlnneapolls, htre. loss hit twice from the gratis ,
Jax Navy's second
Sun.. was NAII! 1".1'01. (flit)
April 12-Mlnneapoll., litre.School's the liaison for the station in a
the 1"0 Jwr..TA rF Tr
of the season. Previously the That gave Fliers
f 9 3--6 0 21 kickoff meeting Tuesday for the
white and gold toyed with Turner spread. At 72-70 Vince t 0 0-9 0 0
t 0 0.0 0 0 10th annual Jacksonville Golden
Out 103-69, but they chocked der for a layup and t 0 1-2 0 1
Georgia Teachers (7n away a 68-60 advantage after promptly sent a e 3 3 4 5 19 Gloves boxing tournament Feb.
Tlayer ro PTA 'P' TP 1618.
Harley FT- three stanzas to hand the Air through on a jump shot. g 3 (0 d ::5 8
1 .i1 24 0 ]-2 0 1 Jax will field
Harris.: ::: ij g g Navy a strong
.2 7 the victory. lific Grabaz, who had 21 ::5 M 2 10
Force quintet g
Phillips' f 55 3 17 in with
the
team dozen
tourney a
I 24 12-21 15 60
: : : for his efforts
Webb : evening's
,. ,
a 0-0 5 6
Hutto, .0 00 0 Dick Tate had 25 for the losers, lax Na9 ("') fighters due to see action in three
Zoda the ro n.MA J'P' TI'
on receiving
18
Tudor, : :::: 4 Z6 4 while Bob Grabaz tallied 20 and / t 11f individual divisions. The classes
ward It ..... 1 a2 1 2 'looping aerial and the 5 44--8 0
Anderson, C 3 I-I 1 7 Vince Zoda 19. Turner's attack hoopster responded with a f f 5 Ql tl 4 11 10 are Novice "A" (white only), Novice

Totals ....31 1526 19 'J1In was led by Bill Leskovar with 24 I Jim Harley kept the c, e :0 Ol) 6 0 "B" (colored only) and Open
points and Lee Stillbower with g 3 2-2 3 8 Division (colored and white). -
Nan fill sors within striking 6 0 ]-2 0 1
PIa7er FO FT-YTA TI'Ilullard 18. I 5 5.5 23 Next Thursday in the NATT-
f ... 2 4-5 rt $ Florida University's "B" squadwas of the way, using a two i. :: 1&26 11 70
Tate f ".'. 1 5.8 0 7Relnhardt Center outdoor arena a smoker
1.3 3-4 4 9 stubborn adversary before
a will be to determine
staged
Zoda, e ..... T S-6 3 20
Stelma 0 0.0 0Welsel succumbing to the Fliers 90-63 on representatives for the Jax Navy
g
: : :::: 6 4-5 16Cassell
the home maples last Thursday. team. The local varsity, coachedby
:18 12 g 27
gg :::
Grabaz, Never behind, although crowded Tony Farias, will be pitted

Totals ... .29 23-30 16 81 through the first half, the locals f against an all-star center aggregation

Quarter 8e.re.t forged ahead 69-47 after three periods the winner of each bout
Ga. Teachers .. 23 3'J 59 77Jar let
Navy . 18 47 66 81 and never up. receiving the nod in his respective
The 32 points scored by Jax s weight.

lie's doing so well as a radio Navy in the third quarter established Tickets for the Golden Gloves,

and TV star for the American a new high for a .sA + to be held in the Arena, will be

Broadcasting Company that a lot single canto. The previous rec- on sale here after Monday. Infor-

of people have forgotten about ord was 30 against Patrick AFBin mation can be had by phoning

Tommy Henrich as a big league the first quarter of the sea f Y either extension 512 or 593. The

managerial prospect. But "Old son. Y Arena will also handle requestsby
+ fE
Reliable" would still like to havea Ringing 14 points in the third mail or phone, 6-9628.

crack at a dugout job. heat, Zoda had 21 points for the .
SS evening. Al Bullard and Tate had When Brooklyn Manager Char-

According to the sportswriters, 17 and 13 points, respectively. ley Dressen played quarterbackfor

,Jersey Joe Walcott must be the Larry Scott was the visitors only George Halas' Decatur Sta-

only boxer who fought in the old threat. He counted 25 points witha leys, parent club of the Chicago

bare-knuckle days. versatile array of shots.In Bears, he weighed a scant 145

00 the most important game to pounds. .
.
Managers are fired for various date, Jax Navy proved its mastery *

reasons: Rogers Hornsby for being over Georgia Teachers College THE KEY HOLE-Driving hard to the right side Pitcher Joe Black outhit Roy
too tough, Tommy Holmes for for the second time this season of the free throw circle Is VP-173's Tony Burger daring a Main- Campanella on their barnstorming -
I side intramural court fray with Supply. Jack Westlund and Jack
in tour last fall
for out-lasting the collegians by prevailingon
being too soft, Eddie Sawyer LucovisHy move in to thwart the advance while GUI Mihalcze Is
being too austere and Red Rolfe Statesboro Saturday eve, 8177. ready to assist teammate Burger. VF-173 lost 66-64 despite Bur rival pitchers to tots r him soft /
for feeding too damYankee. The Professors hung on to an ger's 21 points. stuff only.



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mmam E rr y P 4rlcwA9 123 Ticketed for Traffic


., 'F 4y
4F It+4 x
(Items offering for sale articles

of property such as washing; ma-
Violations
Since Jon. 2
chines, automobiles, furniture, ra-
dios, clothing: and the like are pro-
hibited by Defense Department A total of 123 motorists have been apprehended for traffic viola

regulations. This column will, how- Lions aboard the station so far during. January, and the month still

.ever, list such services as avail- has over a week remaining.

able housing, rides wanted and lost Some .36 were hailed Into court
pended for 6 months),
and found articles or other similar for violations during the period
C. E. Hunt MN2
,
notices). Jan. 2 to Jan. 9, 28 more from Improper
FOR RENT Jan. 9 to Jan. 12, 16 from Jan. 12 parking; Warning
H. F. AFC
Cope
,
Improper
Furn. 2 rm apt., 2708 St. Johns. to Jan. 15 and 43 answered for
o parking; car restricted for 1 week.
a violations from Jan. 15 to Jan. 19. j
Ph. 2-6173, Mrs. Johnsoa. .
Pfc. G. N. Hart, Improper parking *
Furn. 2 rm. apt., $45 mo., 423 West I The most serious penalty was ; car restricted for 1 week.F. .

6th. Ph. 4-7062, Mr. Caraslk. inflicted to a motorist who drove T. Daise, AMI, Improper
Furn. 5 rm. apt., 5453 Harrold, $55 away from station police writingthe parking; car restricted for 1 week. -

mo. Ph. 2-9885, Mrs. Slaug .,ter. ticket. ,Since space prohibits V. L. Park, PN2, Improper parkIng -
Furn. 3 2031 Herscnel.. listing of all 123 violators the following
rm. apt., ; car restricted for 1 week.K. .
Ph. 7-6503, Mrs. Griffin. _____ _m___ Is a list from Jan. 15 to D. Needler, AK3, Improper
Furn. eff. apt. Ph. 2-8981, Mrs. MARINES ON TilE AIR-These Marines from NATTCenter Jan. 19: parking; car restricted for 1 week.J. .
Reed. try out their stuff for the All-Marine radio show to be heard H. W. Wells, Speeding, drove J. Prichard, AT2, Failed to
Furn. 3 rm. cottage, $33 mo. Ph. regularly over a local radio station. Left to right, are: (standing) away from Station Police writing atop and speeding car restricted
Pfc's Keith Middleton, Frank Schmitt and John Paolucci, and ticket restricted ;
112-8-2241, Mrs. Schulz. ; car from NAS
S/Sgt. William Jones (seated), The directors are looking for talent for 1 week.
Furn. 5 rm. house, 115 S. Lane. Ph. for the show, which will be aired every Saturday. for 3 months. .

8-3626, Mrs. McKenzie. Sgt. J. A. Murphy, Failed to J. A. Webb, AOS, Improper parkIng *
Furn. rm., 3154 W. 20th, Mrs. Hol- Plan All-Marine stop; car restricted for 1 week. > ; car restricted for 1 week.

lahan. .Quite! R. F. Leoni, AN, Improper park-I W. E. Wherrel, Failed to stop
Furn. rm., $10 wk. Ph. 2-7210, Mrs. Radio London, Eng. (AFPSPeopIe ) Ing; car restricted for 3 and speeding. ; to department head
Barnette. Program; who like to kiss were of- Pfc. B. J. Fitzgerald, Improper for' action.

Furn. 2 rm. apt., 2148 Rosselle fered this advice by the staid parking; warning.P. L. D. Spyres, AA, Speeding; car
Mrs. Emery. Seek More Talent British Medical Journal-: J. Viaaek, ADC, Improper restricted for 2 weeks.
Furn. 4 rm. apt., 2636 Myra St. parking; car restricted for 2 H. O. Pauley HSSA
An all-Marine radio "The full blooded, passionatekiss Improper
Ph. 7-8516, Mrs. Cowart. program in which weeks (suspended for 6 months). display of station tag; car restricted -
lips are appliedto
featuring talent from
Marines
Furn. 3 rms., night or week, also R. W. Rlne, AM3, Improper for 1 week (suspended for 6
lips with
of
a varying degree
stationed here is in the
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $85:) mo., 2601 offing parking; car restricted for 1 week. months).
for the near future. pressure and lasting for a very .
Park. Ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. varying! length of time M/Sgt. R. G. Bagure, Speeding;
necessarily -
8 rm. Trailer, Alrbase Trailer Temporary plans call for a half Involves II N. B. Sprague, AN', Improper Warning.

Park, Yukon. Ph. 2-5410, Mr. hour show from 1330 to 1400 on salivary bacteria some between. exchangeof the parking; car restricted for 1 week.S. H R. Kent, DK3, Improper parkIng -

Martin. Saturday afternoons, though arrangements two persons concerned. Pavone, AL2, Failed to stop ; car restricted for 1 week.
Furn. 3 rm. apt. Ph. 2-8981 after have not been com and speeding; car restricted for 1 (suspended for, 6 months).
7 P.M. 3613 College, Mrs. Rives. pleted as yet.Tentatively. "The risks I of kissing, although month (suspended for 6 months). R. C. Allen, CS3, Improper parkIng -

Furn. 6 rm. bungalow, avail. Feb. sponsored by the admittedly serious, can K. George, SN, Speeding and no ; car restricted for 1 week.M. .

1, 2919 Doric. Ph. 2-5224, Mrs. Marine Air Reserve at NARTU, be much exaggerated, and In driver's license with him; Com- G. Farr, SH3, Failed to stop;
Harris. the program will inform the pub- connection with some Infections manding Officer of Cecil Field for car restricted for 1 week.J. .

Furn. bdrm., 2163 Phylis St. Ph. lic about the Air Reserve pro. they are probably little greater action.J. A. Rozsanyai, SHSN, Improper -
7.4788 or 7.8223, Mrs. Dodd. gram as well as provide enter- than those of lesser degrees of H. Brown, AN, Improper parking; car restricted for 1

Furn. apt., 3221 Park. Ph. 2-8092, I. tainment. M/Sgt. Merle C. Barton proximity" to the infected per- parking; car restricted for 1 week.R. week.E. .

Mrs. Tillis. of MAD at NARTU, and son. Gorfl, AD3, Inattentive driving F. Roberts, A03, Speedingand -
Furn. 2 bdrm. house, $100 mo., S/Sgt. William P. Jones, of AN Quite. ; car restricted for 1 week.E. faulty equipment; car restricted -
4227 Appleton, avail. Feb. 1, (P) school at NATTCenter, are T. Sims, AM3, Ran red lightat for 1 month.
Mrs. Green. in charge of the program. Production StartedOn Mustin and Yorktown; car re- *
Furn. 6 627 Edison. Ph. stricted for 1 week.V. E. M. Adams
rm. apt. All Marines who are interestedin MUZ, Improper
4-3248. Mrs. Herring. trying out for the show are I F3H 'Demon9 JetsThe Q. Doyle, Speeding and driv parking; car restricted for 1 week.J. .

Furn. 4 rm. apt., 627 Edison. Ph. urged to contact Sgt. Jones in Navy has announced that' ing with 3 In front seat of vehicle; L. Lucovski, AK2, Improper

i 4-3248, Mrs. Herring. Darracks 574 on Monday or Tuesi i it has to department head for action. parking; car restricted for 1 week.
placed additional
orders
J. R.
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 627 Edison. Ph. day evenings, or to call Sgt. Har Roblchand, AA Improperparking (suspended for 6 months. ).
4-3248, Mrs. Herring. ton at Extension 728. Singers, with McDonnell Aircraft Corpor ; car restricted for 1 week. W. M. Lavender, SN, Improper

Share 6 rm. house, 2965 Dellwood.Ph. comedians, instrumentalists-all ation for production of an undis- J. W. Fields, SKSN, Improper parking; car restricted for 1 week.

2-7848, Mrs. Hunt. 'i. are needed, and no previous radio closed number of single-jet, car parking; car restricted for 1 week.W. It. F. Chlldre, AF3, Improper

Furn. 4 rm. apt., $65 mo., 6938 experience is required. rier-based, F3H-1 Demon fighter Eddy, AEC, Failed to stop; parking; car restricted for 1 week.
103rd. Ph. 2-8578, Mrs. Sum- The will car restricted for 1 week. W. J. :McGarry, AA, Improper
program change each planes. .
mers. I parking; car restricted for 1 week.
week with all available talent
to The Pf '. R.
.Demon has been describedby ( \Velzbacher, Improper W. A. Rose
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 4502 Irvlngton, be used. AE3, Improper
Ph. 8-6768, Mrs. Carney. Ex-Secretary of the Navy Dan parking; car restricted for 2 parking; car restricted for 1 week.

Furn. bdrm., 3242 Remington.. Ph. "Tell me, soldier, what do they I Kimball as being superior to the weeks.P. (suspended for 6 months).
K.
2-5965 after 4:30: P.M., Mrs. call a man who refuses to fight?"' Russian MIG-15. I Driscoll, MU3, Speeding; G. E. Finney, AD3, Improper
Mehlman. "A bachelor." II car restricted for 1 week. parking; car restricted for 1 week.
The F3H has a single jet ,
engine Pfc. L. Martinez
Speeding; car (suspended for 6
Unfurn 5 rm. house, $55 mo., 1319 months).
Melson, Mr. Graham. I of much greater power thanits restricted for 1 week. R. L. Lord, AM3, Improper

Rms. for rent, as low as $10 wk., predecessors, the FH Phan F. W. Hill, AEl, Improper park- parking; car restricted for 1 week.B. .
Special attention to service per- tom and F2II Banshee. The Ing; car restricted for 1 week. L. Smith, AT2, Improper

sonnel, Tallyrand Hotel, Tally swept-wing plane has been de M. M. Martin, AEC, Speeding; parking; car restricted for 1 week.
rand Avenue. -signed as a multi-purpose fighter. car restricted for 2 weeks (sus- I W. J. Boyle, AD1, Improper
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FOR SALE parking; car restricted for 1 week.

Unfurn 3 bdrm. house, Jax Beach. M. S. Applegate, RM2, Improper
Ph. 5-3122, Chief Anson. parking; car restricted for 1 week.D. .

t bdrm. house, 4334 Forest Park D. Phillippl, AN, Improper
Road, 17500. Ph. 8-6721, Mrs Sorry to report this week that 23k' : parking; car restricted for 1 week.
Towning. Lt. (jg) David Melvin, Utilities 3i J. C. Forbes, AM2, Improper

Unfurn 3 bdrm. house, 5501 Shore Superintendent, has been in the parking; car restricted for 1 week.H. .

wood. Ph. Ext. 8555, Chief Ray Hospital under observation. En- P. Troutman, YN3, Improper -
mond. sign Billy Holland has taken over R parking; car restricted for 1

Unfurn. 3 bdrm. bungalow, 534 the duties of Administrative assistant arr week.D. .
Diaz Place. Ph. 88-8074 after 5 since the departure of Lt. H. Benzinger, MNSN, Improper

P.M., Mrs. Singer. Carl R. Seitz, who was recently f parking; car restricted for

Unfurn. 2 bdrm house, 5121 Hancock transferred to the First Naval # a 1 week.B. .

Rd. Ph. 88-9760, Mrs. Me District. M. Adklns, AMAA, Improper
Millan. Jennifer Cerni of the Records parking; car restricted for 1 week.

MISCELLANEOUS Section left last week to be a (suspended for 6 months).
lady-in-waiting. Jennifer is in-. C. S. Rutherford, AOAN, Improper -
Driving to Calif., within wk., 3
fanticipating in March. If you parking: car restricted for
passengers, share driving. Ph
6-3901, Rm. 517, Windle Hotel l, are wondering about the piggy 1 week.
I W. D. Allen, SKI, Improper
Mrs. Sanford. bank on Ethel Huffman's desk,
just ask her about her anticipated v I parking; car restricted for 1 week.
627 Edison. 4
Baby sitting, Ph. .
cruise. She's serious, but frankly
3248 Mrs.
Herring.
: Minister
think is : "Ah, good morning,
she
we going whole-hog
Baby sitting, day or night. Ph Mrs. Brown. I see you are takinga
about the thing.
8-6553 Mrs. McDonald.
tramp about the country."
i wanted Our deepest sympathy is ext __
Elders Riverside area, Mrs. Brown: "A tramp indeed I
0730 to 1600. Ph. 2-6473 or Ex I tended to Sam Graham of Main- I'll have you know this is my
315, James Meicher tenance whose father passed : husband."

Riders wanted, Riverside are, away last week in Live Oak. : f4:1SLOW a a

0730 to 1600. Ph. 8244, Mrs Luke Johnston and Leslie Hug- d K'AS' A young husband pacing the

Hare. gins are still on the Maintenance floor with a howling baby: "Isn't
Ride wanted, Main St. Bridg, sick list, as well as Louise Bragg BURN-ol' Sol has a legitimate excuse to it about time to take him,back tot
0730. Ph. Ext. 8271, Mr. Patrick of Transportation. Hope they will rays tearing through that nasty beach umbrella held ---I
tress Lucille Knochs. Nobody possessing Miss Knochs' t the doctor for a thousand mile
I : all be back soon: should be permitted to hide under an umbrella it check-up?"



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