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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 29, 1953
Frequency: weekly
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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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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 .
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VOL-10 No. 41 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 29 Jan. 1953 .


Various Prizes To Be AwardedLawnGarden



I I ContestFor

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I Housing Tenants"Beautification"


w? will be the watchword at NAS Jack.

II I sonville this Spring 1

\ Residents of Dewey Park and
will be available three days
9t r T p MMlf Row Housing and of the Navy
fiMy "
weekly, from 1530 to 1730, at a
rental housing will be
areas
building accessible to the Main
given expert advice on growing Gate of the station.At .
lawns and flowers. What's more,
the close of the contest, on
garden tools will be loaned to a
June 1, Judges will view the com
limited extent to
backyard gar.
!r peting lawns and gardens and
l '
deners who ask for them.
will award prizes. Three awards
Prizes will be given to the each will be given in the classi-

three householders who show the fication, "General Improvementof

greatest improvement in their Grounds" and three In the

: J.. grounds. They'll also go to the classification, "Most Attractive
three others who have the most
: (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3))
'. attractive flower gardens.
""
Begins Friday

rA. '" ... The big contest will be launch. FDR Conducts

ed Friday, when members of

.. :':".:. '.. .,' : Navy Wives' Club No. 86, headedby Operations Off
t. : Mrs. Marge Saultz, distribute

.......... .n ... ...,."._., ._ ", ._,,___ '. entry forms to families living in

A GRIM REl\IJNDER-Two battered vehicles, which claimed the areas in which the contest Mayport AreaOne
their victims in recent traffic accidents, have been gaining the attention will take place. The competitionwill
Exchange At of passersby here at the station. The cars, one of whichis actually get underway Feb. of the Navy's largest
shown above, have been placed on display as a constant re
14 and will close June 1. aircraft carriers, the USS
minder of the Importance of road safety
Householders who want to try Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA
Mainside To To Recommend Standard Procedures for the prizes will be invited to 12)), held operations in waters

meetings early in the contest, to off Mayport this week
Be CombinedFor receive help from experts on how Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville *

the first time In many years East Coast 0 & R Officials to lawn improve, or grow their a garden.soil, plant Dates.a qualification squadrons flights conducted aboard carrier the

all departments of the Mainside and places of these meetings will huge ship, which made its appear-

one Navy building.Exchange will be housed in Gather Here This WeekOverhaul be announced Tools later.AvailableAt I morning ance In local waters last Saturday

TIIK F.D.K., one of the three
Newly remodeled Building: 27, the same time, contestantswill
and Repair department official from the East largest carriers in service today,
be to borrow tools
scheduled for completion about Coast area arrived at NAS Jacksonville Monday for a week- permitted anchored off the Mayport Jetties
for three or four day periods
March 1, will have space for both long: conference.The from NAS Jacksonville. These last Sunday and approximately 900

the Men's Shop, now topside in group, established as an men were granted liberty.
and M R. Uebelacker.
Building 3, and the hardware, lug. East Coast Overhaul and Repair Capt. G. W. Anderson}, Jr., Is
Richard H. Conn 0 & R
Capt. ,
of the Roosevelt which
gage, record and camera depart. Department Production Planningand Adm. McCormickTo skipper recently -
officer; Comdr. A C. Holt, Jr., returned from a Mediterranean
.merits now located on the .first Control Task Force by the George L. Larkowich and N. B. Visit HereAdm. cruise, operating with Car-

deck in Building 3. Bureau of Aeronautics, has been Record are representatives from D. McCormick rier Air Group 17, a Fleet Ale
All interior partitions have been directed to submit definite recommendations NAS Quonset Point, R. I. Lt. Col. Commander Lynde in-Chief Jacksonville unit, aboard.
f
0 the
removed during the remodeling, to the Bureaufor George B. Herlihy, assistant O&R Atlantic Fleet will visit the THE F.D.U.'s visit was her first
and new modern lighting fixtures standard officer at the Marine Corp Air Jacksonville here since the completion of the
a system and or- area next month
Station, Cherry Point, N. C. Is
Mayport carrier basin. The USS
installed. 27's old
will be Building
of
during a 10-day inspection
ganization of production planning
also present for the meetings.
face will be completely removed naval installations in Florida Coral Sea, a sister ship in size
and the new Exchange will resem and control procedures. Other representatives, militaryand and the Caribbean. to the F.D.R., has visited Jacksonville
civilian, of the Overhaul and several
ble a modern retail store The Admiral will also stop at times. The USS Mid-
Capt. Leonidas D. Coates Jr. at NAS Jack which has
Repair department way operated< In local
A children' wear departmentwill Key West, Cuba, Puerto RicO
Overhaul and officer here sonville in the waters, Is the other
also be included and both civilian Repair are participating and the Virgin Islands. of the Navy'si
clothes and uniforms for men. has been named a member of the conference. i I i trio of biggest carriers.
Task Force and chairman of the --- -
meantime Exchangeis
In the the
open daily for business in its meeting.
Conferences started
Mondaywill
temporary quarters.
culminate Feb. 23, when the
East Coast Task Force will meet

OFFICE TO OFFER with the West Coast Task Force, .., \
established for the same purpose, :q
INCOME TAX AID and representatives of BuAer at '

The local office of the Collector NAS Alameda. i 1' 1 1r.
There
of Internal Revenue will representatives will consider
reports submitted by both J
at NAS
have a representative ,
the last week In February to Task Forces, and will arrive at GGG sr

assist personnel, military and a standard system and organization

civilian, with preparation of of production planning and "
their income tax. control for use at all Overhauland r'C j''Y b

The office will be on the first Repair departments.
S
deck of the South wing of
Building 902, Public Works. Appointments Attending the conference from
will not be accepted, NAS Norfolk are Capt. Harold 1r

but the office will be open from W. Keopka, 0 &R officer; Comdr. .
0900 to 1730 Feb. 23 throughFeb. C. C. Hoffman; Martin L. Smith

27. and M. V. Eckert. Representatives ,___,'..n. .._..._..___........__nm..n. ......m.m__ _
It is suggested that as many from NAS Corpus Christl O & R CONFERENCE-Gathered for informal discussion with Capt. Leonldas D. Coates (sec
personnel as possible visit the are Capt. Ross F Mahachck, 0 ond from right), Overhaul and Repair officer of the station, are top Navy: and Marine 0 & R offi-
office early in the week and & R officer; H. M. Everhart; Allan cers of six Atlantic and Gulf Coast installations. Here with their aides and assistants for study of
W. Muse and William R. production control functions are (left to right) Capt. Harold W. Koepka, NAS Norfolk; Capt.
avoid the waiting necessitatedby Jobe. Richard II. Conn, NAS Quonset Point; Capt. Ross F. Mahachck, NAS Corpus Christi; Comdr. Pres.
the last minute rush. Representing NAS Pensa ton R. Rucker; NAS Pensacola; Captain Coates and Lt. Col. George B. Ilerlihy MCAS Cherrr
cola are Comdr Preston Rucker Point. '4emember.



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XOI1W1i I- Strict Rules For 'Hardship Assignments' Set!]1 I


A policy and procedure for re- Requests must state that severe find that there is the probabilityof

questing humanitarian or hard- hardship not normally encoun- Continuing hardship, can re-

Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air ship transfers has been put downon tered by other servicemen exists quest humanitarian transfer

Station. Jacksonville, Fla.NAS. paper by the Bureau of Naval and that the man's presence is through the naval activity near.
Jacksonville Personnel this week. necessary to ease the condition. est the leave address.MiddieCadet .
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree Commanding Officer with .
be submitted
It was pointed out that human- Proof has to
,
Comdr. James IL Armstrong _:_Executive Officer
Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear itarian or hardship reassignmentto letters of request. Exchange

Adm. Osborne B. Hnrrfisnn ._ Commander Bureau shore duty, or between West Point, N.Y. (AFPS)-Th
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins_,-_*____Chief of Staff 'Pacific and Atlantic fleets will THE NAVY said transfer to humanitarian 1953> Cadet-Midshipman annual

Fleet' Air Wing Eleven never be made in a case where shore duty will not visits will begin exchange
Arthur S. Born _. ,Commander Jan. 29
Copt.
leave would do for than four
justas be more
emergency normally
with the arrival of 150
Comdr. Joseph T Thornton_ Chief Staff Officer midship
well-or where the months.
Naval Air Technical Training Center permanency men from Annapolis. At approximately .
Capt. Edwin R. Peck -Commanding Officer of the situation calls for a Each request-to be mailed directly the same time 112 cadets

Comdr. Richard S, Stuart-Executive Officer hardship discharge. to BuPers via air mail will arrive at the Naval Academy.The .

Naval Ilos.pitaJ) should include: Visits will last three days.
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer Statement as to manner in

Capt. T. F. Weinert_NARTU .Executive Officer 1C( DIVINE))' which man plans to ease the con- .

Capt. Easton B. Noble_Commanding Officer dition. 'M 1
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive OfficerThe (SERVICES) 2-Leave status and leaves taken -

(if any) in connection with

JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Protestant the hardship.
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVtXOS P-35. Rev. 0830-All Saints ChapeL 3-Address of dependents.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station the
of
0915-Naval 4 Place and date marriageif
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Hospital Chapel0930Sunday -
Naval Hospital. School. ( applicable).
Editor-Andrew H. Planey 1045-All Saints Chapel. .
Staff Members: Vivian Williams, SA; John Charvat, AN; Helen Catholic 5-UP TO DATE DD-Form 93.

Harper. 0800-0900-1000 Mass St. Edward's 6-Affidavits from the dependent -
The JAX AIR NEWS 1i a member of the Armed Frees Ties Service. (This,is the second in a seriesof
and
concerned
one or more
AFPS material appearing In this publication Service.tRepublicationofiothermatter : ChapeL articles dealing with
the written permission of Armed Forcea Prest 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. responsible citizens.7Statement new government -
of
except by service publications U prohibited without permission officials.)
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. Mormon from attending

Editorial offices located Building. 930 (topside). Phone extension 1930-Tuesday NATTC 'hap-- physician.
8184 and 216.Report __ lain's office. 8-List of members of families RICHARD M. NIXONVicePresident

Christian Science. living in the household.The .
From Washington 1900-Tuesday NATTC .Chap directive explained that The meteoric rise of Richard

lain's office."LIGHTNING. men on emergency leave who Nixon,from Navy veteran to Con-

Income Tax Cut Heads List gressman Vice-President, to Senator of the, United and I now

States is not surprising to those

who know his abilities.

Of Service Legislation Born in Yorba Linda,, Calif., Jan.

.. 9, 1913, of devout Quaker parents,
/' Nixon's early life was steeped in
ServIce) 1
(ly Armed Forces Press I /
The following: bills of interest to 12-A bill to amend the War '< '" the principles of thrift, hard work
I of 1948 to extend the '" .
Claims Act and
integrity. Although he
recently
service personnel were '
Introduced in Congress: benefits of the act to persons cap- : : 1 ; ... worked after school, ho managedto
1
1-A bill to reduce individual tured or interned by, or in hiding I <,,' ; ,;: '!'" ': uphold a fine scholastic stand-

from, the Japanese Government in ,tl: :,1, ...' Ing.
Income tax. ; ,. ;
China WWII. i
during 'ii .i,. After attending Duke Univer-
rates air ) : : ,'
on .
A bill reducing
2- IS-A bill to exempt all mem- : ,.ii'JX'li, '
mall parcel post to members of ; )'; sity Law School on a scholar-
bers of the Armed Forces from \i.
the Armed Forces in certain areas. : ship, he set up a law practice in
tax on admissions when admissionis \
"ftftr
Whittier Calif. WWIIhe
S-A bill to amend the Service- During
free of charge. ,. : .t i" served in the Navy receiv-
,
men's Readjustment Act of 1944, ,'I' 'r) i ,,
,
;
by extending the benefits of titlesII i .'' ", .. ing commendations for partici-
and in to certain persons who The Navy has Increased the op- : i' ;t' :i \ pating In Pacific campaigns. Re-
for reservists to have ;
have remained on active service. portunity \. cently he was promoted to com-
4-A bill to amend certain provisions drill pay billets in the Naval Re- \ mander in the Naval Reserve.

of the NSLI Act of 1940, serve upon return from active du- Vice-President Nixon's political

to assure the right of judicial re- ty during the Korean emergency. i career began when he was elected
Formation of four national "Quota MESSAGE"-B ir. George Speake, of the Moody
view. Surface Divisions" of the Naval Institute of Science, throws light line (top) from his metal-capped Congressman of the 12th Congres-
-A bill to establish the United fingertips as he delivers a mess;ire at one of his recent demon- sional District of California in
States Air Academy at Randolph I Reserve will provide openings for stratlons. He brings his visual d e jmonstratlons to the stage of the 194$. In 1950 he defeated Con-
AFB, Texas. 40 officers and 800 enlisted men. NATTCenter Auditorium Feb. 2, 3, 4 and 5. In bottom photo the gresswoman Helen Gahagan Doug-
"magic doc" shows how a series;: of metal rings be
i can made to
6-A bill to amend the Army hang in mid-air with a powerful magnetic field. The show is free. las by 700,000 votes, and became
Organization Act of 1950 to pro- A new Air Forces Regulation junior Senator from California.His .
vide more efficient dental care for governing promotions for active
Hold distinguished career as a
On To Your
Army personnel. duty airmen becomes effectiveFeb. Congressman and Senator included -
7-A bill to provide certain ad- 1. However, due to the
membership on the House Un-
ditional benefits for members of time difference In receipt of the S. Hats; The Magic American Activities Committee
regulation, all commands have
the National Guard of the United the Herter
the
Committee and
States who Buffer disability or been advised to follow AFL Doc Is Coming House Committee on Educationand
death while engaged In active- 3907 for the next promotion period Labor. (AFPS)
training duty. of Feb. 1-21. NATTCenter Auditorium will

8-A bill to Increase the special be turned Into a house of magic

pay of enlisted personnel of the -MQ:' B MtllaMarlit and scientific wonder next week

uniformed services on sea and for- when Dr. George Speake presents

eign duty. MOVIES his unusual and thrilling demon-
9-A Joint resolution granting strations of Sermons from Sci-
free postage to members of the ence.

Armed Forces whil confined for 1IAINSIDEThurs. Armed with
over 2,000 poundsof
treatment In a military or naval ., Jan. 29 specialized laboratory equip-

hospital, and to veterans who are The. Miracle of Fatima ment, Dr. Speake of the Moody

receiving hospital or institutionalcare ... Gilbert Roland Institute of Science staff will
in institutions operated by, Fri., Jan.30 give four lecture-demonstrations Y

or under contract to, the Veterans Las Vegas Story_Victor Mature Feb. 2, 3.4 and 5. .

Administration. Sat., Jan. 31 To Clear ExplosivesThirteen .
10-A bill to provide for emer-
Rogue's March .Peter Lawford members of Navy Mine The first demonstration will be
gency furlough or leave for mem- NATTCenter Disposal Unit One based at Pearl given at 1800 Monday, followed yiS
bers of the Armed Forces serving
Thurs., Jan. 29 Harbor, will attempt to clear tons each night with an entirely different -
outside the U.S. in event of deathof
The of unexploded ordnance from Wo- show. The presentation is
members of their immediate Stars Are Singing ----
Rosemary ClooneyFri. tje Island in the Marshall groupso open to all personnel and their Richard N. Nixon
families. that natives of the island guests. No admission will be VicePresidentSpeake
11-A bill to provide an allow- ., Jan. 30 may charged.A .
return there and plant
ance for uniforms for certain offi- The Miracle of Fatima crops. thrill-a-minute will even discharge overa

cers recalled to active duty. Gilbert Roland vided with will be pro- million volts of electricity

Sat., Jan. 31 PO Party Saturday million volts such of displays as a through his body. Dr. Speake pre-

Polio Insurance Las Vegas StoryVictor Mature At Center ClubA liquid light man-made produced lightning from- sented some of the demonstra-

NAVAL HOSPITAL Petty Officers' party, featur- cold chemicals. You will hear tions on a nation-wide television
Still AvailableApplications Thurs., Jan. 29 ing the music of the Naval Air voice with the helium the program over some 34 stations.

for Polio Insur- Savage Mutiny Station Combo, will be held Sat- rush of molecules in a bar accent of,iron the The show is offered by the

ance may be made by employees johnny Weismuller urday, Jan. 31 between the hoursof and the roaring flame of Moody Institute of Science of Los
a 15,000-
until Feb. 16. Applicants Fri., Jan. 30 2000 and 2400 at the NATT- volt arc. Angeles, the West Coast branchof

should submit information to The Stars Are Singing Center's Enlisted Mens Club, the Moody Bible Institute of

shop personnel supervisor or Rosemary Clooney Building 593. You will also see Chicago.
solid
Sat, Jan. 31 All Petty Officers their float in metal .
directly to Industrial Relations, wives, the air an "
Building 907. The :Miracle of Fatima and guests are invited. a cold stove egg fried on Blonde: "Is he a nice boy?

_ Gilbert Roland case with an ordinary suit- Red Head: "Oh, no, you'll like
) I' ,si mind,of its own.NDr.} him." ,
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Benefit MembersNotice :" '53-54 Term
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of Assessments Numbers > :: :y IIp't:6 At their annual meeting Tues
i : ,
Federal Credit .
16 and 17 of the Employees' : ,. day, Jax Navy
... Union members reviewed the
Mutual Death Benefit Society,, .
{
have been announced by the In. progress of the organization since
.\ mid-year 1952, and elected head
dustrial Relations DepartmentThe ,.",. ,.
officials for 1953 and 1954.
.
death of Harry A. Burn,, "
V .
O'Connell Overhauland
Production Superintendent in the < Joseph F. ,
Repair, topped the ballot in
Overhaul and Repair department
.
of Direc-
for Board
election
prior to his retirement, occurred the
Jan. 6. Mr. Burns' beneficiary has 1 I tor members. Other members

been presented with a check in elected to the Board were CecilW.
AJ ftLwcE. Acree Industrial Relations
the amount of $1,318.00. ;
John J. Weaver, O&R; Hugh A.
James R. Gray, Leadingman,, .
II. Hen-
Bruce, O&R; Samuel
Aircraft Mechanic General, O&R,, I E.
i'" dricks, Cecil Field; Bronce A.
passed away Jan. 31. Mr. Cray's;
Waller, ADC, Fasron Six; SamA.
has received %check
beneficiary a
Whittington, Public Works;
for $1,310.00. Rubye Piper, Supply, and Paul
In accordance with the By- K < Longstreet, Public Works.
Laws of the Society, these figures: I'lck Credit CommitteeFive

represent an amount equal to members of the Credit

$1.00 per member in the Societyat Committee were also selected.

the time of their deaths. They are James O. Burton, O&R;

Members will now be assessed Walker H. Crevasse, Public
MARINES TO GO 'A.PIRATING-The Marine drill team-from Marine Aviation Detachment at
$2.20, which will be due and pay NATTCenter polishes up its marching for an appearance in the Gasparllla Invasion Day paradeat Works; English H. Hilton, Sup-, '
able within ten working days after Tampa Feb. 9. It will be a big day in more ways than one for T/Sgt. George F. Crlbb Jr., whois ply; Charles G. Hart, O&R, and
notice of assessments being in charge of the team. He'll be marching the unit through the streets of his hown town. Andrew W. Carlson, O&R.

due and payable. For this purpose .- Charles M. Head, O&R; Russell
Grown In
Importance
the ten-day period began BLOOD BANKBOX M. Proctor, O&R; and Arthur W. .

Tuesday, Jan. 27 and all assessments e Allen, Supply, were elected to

must be paid by the close AGO School At Center SCORE the Supervisory Committee.

of business Feb. 9, 1953. Joseph E. Neth, past president

Rch N.. Quia Mr' r.cent,. of the Board of Directors, reminded -

Special Servo .. 4 1 175.0: the group of the advance-
If You Have Notes First Anniversary NATTCenter ....253: 331 130.8 ments made during the past six

FAW 11 ............ 13 11 130.1 months. Neth said that during the

Talent Let Aviation Ground Officer's School has passed its first milestoneat Public Work... 24 30 125.0: initial period it had been neces- ,\

the Naval Air Technical Training Center here. NARTU .....M... 7 8 114.2 sary to set limits on loans, but it

school Operations _...12 12 100.0 was hoped as assets grew that
Us Know It This relatively new 1952 was During one of these phases, the Comm. ............ 4 4 100.0 loans would be extended to Include *
commissioned in January ,,
has class IB flown to Pensacola whereit Admin. ............ 3 3 100.0 homes and automobiles.
Can you sing, dance, imper and in its first year within grown the boards the USS Monterey, the Medical........... 2 2 100.0 Treasurer Praised

sonate, play an instrument, tella steadily in importance Command. aircraft carrier used for cadet Dental ........._ 1 1 100.0Res. Treasurer John J. Weaver reported

good joke? Can you do anything Technical Training qualification. Here students un- Fleet ........ 8'i:' 80 e04.1 that membership had

in the way of entertainment :SIS Graduate dergo a full two days' on-the-job Marines .......... 10 6 60.0 grown from 1,064 to 1,328, and

? Beginning a year ago with a : Instruction. Supply............27 16 59.2 shares reported had increased
minimum number of personnel and :
If so, your talents are need- Additional instructors and support Comlo'airJax ..Jo 94 33 35.1 from $11,730.00 to $27,185.54. Total -
the school
little equipment, now personnel have been requested loans had been made in the 1
ed, as the entertainment com- Over. and Itep..ll'i: 31 26.9 I
mittee of the Navy Charity boasts of a majority of training to fill the need'of the ever- Cecil Field ........ 16 4 25.0: amount of $31,410.00, and income
aids to fill the curriculum need.A .
Carnival begins planning for expanding school.. hospital.........21 2 9.5: from interest on loans (one per
of 313 students have .
its huge live stage presenta- total Gr. Cove Sprgs. 35 3 8.5: cent per month on the unpaid

tation, which is one of the fea- been graduated, with 160 students Engineers .......... 13 0 0.0 balance) amounted to $725.87. De-
tures of the annual Carnival. anticipated in the March class. Draft Boards May Fla. Milt. Dlat... Ii 0 0.0 ducting operating expenses for

Any and all talent will be Eight-Week Course AIM ................ 4 0 0.0 the period, Including insurancefor
auditioned. Those whose background The eight-week course is divid Be Hard PressedTo IRD .............-... 2 0 0.0 bad loans, the Credit Union '
is professional, will ed into five phases-Introduction realized a net profit of $429.03.

probably be excused from any to Naval Organization, Naval Ad. Meet Quotas 2. Lower physical require- Declare 2% Dividend
ministration in Fleet Air Units,,
auditions. The point the enter- ments. Members present voted to de-
tainment committee wishes to Naval Air Operations, Familiarization Drastic changes in the draft clare a two per cent dividend on ;

get across to all hands is that with Aviation Ground Offi laws, in an effort to plug leaks 3. Recheck a large number of shares for the period, and voted I

the stage show which emanates cera' Billets and Classification and that are draining the nation's men rejected when physical and Weaver a $100.00 token of appreciation

from the now famous El Assignment. manpower pool, are being soughtby mental standards were higher. for his services. I

Dorado Saloon at the Carni- Selective Service officials, it 4. Fix the present law so they Reports and recommendations !

val is expected to be the big- Half-Gallon Club has been reported.The can change the category of many were also made by Julius dcR. \

gest, most elaborate in the history needs of the Armed Forces men now exempt or deferred for Quina ,for the Credit Committee, I .

of the Carnival. Adds 12 Donors may reach 600,000 this year, including various reasons. and Russell W. Proctor for the 1-
Although the Carnival is not ; 50,000 for the Marines.At Under present regulations thousands Supervisory Committee.Two .

until May 15-16, time must be the rate things are going nowa of men with college defer- major recommendationswere
given to weeding out of over- Total Now 181The lot of local draft boards may ments have become fathers and made to the Board of Direc-

surplus of talent and more care Jax Half-Gallon Club was not be able to fill their quotas. are thus free of. .any. draft choice. tors by the membership. One to(
of a change the by-laws so that at the
given to arrangement program
increased by 12 new memberslast What officials want is a pro- Doctor: "Well, young man, your
that will include everything next election, two names for each
week, as reported by the gram that will: cough is a little better today"
in the world of entertainment vacancy will be proposed by the
Armed Forces Blood Donor Cen 1. Cut down the number of Patient; "It oughta be. I've been
nominating committee and publicized
ter here at NAS. Total membership deferments. practicing all night."
All hands, military and civil now is 181. in advance of the annual

ian, and including dependents, meeting. The group further recommended
Francis B. Korpal, a member ol -
can participate. Those Interest. that a committee ba .
ed can call the Jax Air News the Half-Gallon Club, is now a appointed by the president, in..
of Gallon Club. Kor- y
member the
office, extension 8184 or 216 r n/// eluding military and civilian per
pal, AN is attached to the Spe
and leave their names. sonnel, to investigate the possi-
cial Services .
department.New bilities of broadening loans for
members in the Half-Gal ctJ1 service personnel.

Ion Club include: ,,; 4 >
{ _
lEi I William B. Suner, ADC, Fasron J y. Propose Intcrservicc

r 9. / / > Transfer For OfficersThe

Irving S. Barnes, YN2, NARTU.
proposed plan to provide
Clifford Rheinheiner T D 2 & .; i
,, 4 for interservice transfer of officers -

NARTU. E ; I has again been put to Con
i s s Ers'.s, {
Benjamin B. Longerbean, Fas II gress.
ron 9.Alfred. I Officers could be transferred

H. Lynn, AD2, NARTU. ; 1<; I under the proposal from and to

James H. Galton, ADI, Fasron any of the armed services. They
would be appointed by the President -

Six.Kenneth L. Moore, AM3, Sub j to whatever grade he deter

Group 3, (Res. Fleet). yj mined. He also would determinethe 1

Lee C. Jones, TESN, Comm. place they would receive in

S NAS. AGO SCHOOL BIRTHDAY-Comdr. Pleas E. Greenlee (right), the Army or Air Force promo- '
John L. Murphy, Jr., AN,, Training officer of the Aviation Ground Officer's School at NATT- tion list or the Navy or Marino ,
NATTCenter.Thor Center, points out some of the new equipment at the school to Corps lineal list, giving "due
( Edwin R. Peck (center), commanding officer of the Center.
ice Ate. Swan, AN, Operations. Cape credit" for service previously rend -
is old. Lcdr. William II. Edmisten
School
The AGO now one year
"Is It because I'm not a Sergeant LL Edward W. Nelson, NATT-, (left) assistant Training officer examines the cutaway plane en- e r e d, Including corutructivo ,
Jetty?" Center (1st Lt.'s Office). gine.-This training aid I fo used in the third week of the school. service. . ,



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JAX AIR 29 _January 1953A

Dangerous, Coming Out Of Hiberanon-


I Witch Out! Snakes Dangerous Here l


::1 Florida abounds
snakes, and it VIOLATION
be on the
milk bottle bulging its sides but attention Out of thirty-one traffic viola
with, dimes and dollars was converted should be tors at the station traffic court
into a big bouquet for the at this time of last Thursday, eighteen received
girls in the Hospital this week. ,This is the time r restriction as punishment.

The "get well" wish collectorwas when snakes Listed below are the traffic
placed on the Quarterdeck in bernation. Because court penalties from 16 January
Barracks 722 and it wasn't long underground 1953 to 23 January 1953.

before: there was enough to buy their eyes' are Pfc. J. G. Gomez, Speedingand
the gals a cheerful array of flow- tomed to the faulty equipment; car ,restricted -
ers, they emerge they for 1 week.
Those in the hospital include: at almost Pfc. W. J. Davis, Reckless drive

"Salty" Swaim, Carmen Padro, or attracts their ing, passing school bus, speeding,
Carolyn O'Brian, Joan Thron and moving object and faulty equipment; car restricted
Roamona Daigle from NAS and you. for 4 weeks.
Tanya Bragg, Geraldine Meyers, } W. H. Loznicka, Improper display
Doris Quinn and Arlene Syniec- The of station sticker; car restricted

Jd, from NATTCenter shows a water for 1 week.V. .
the many types M. Johnson, Improper display

NAS greeted Helen Nash, Mar- may be found in of station sticker; car restricted
Jorie Hobson and Phylis Irons measures four for 1 week.A. .

from Bainbridge this week, while one of the smaller J. Gercken, SN, Failed to
NATTCenter welcomed Patricia titpe. If Lt. Col. stop for stop sign; car restrictedfor

Parlette, Coleen Lockwood, Max- tion Security 1 week.A. .
ine Honer and Marion Koschak been insistent in Allen, BM1, Failed to stop
also from Bainbridge. hunt this snake for stop sign, car restricted for

Bon voyage to nine from have probably 1 week.
NATTCenter, Jackye Ables, Dorothy poisonous fangs *
E. E. Jacobs, AE1 Failed to
,
vidual. It
Hammon, Susan Lampe and was ;
Peggy Whitmore who were trans- tin Road beyond stop for stop sign; Warning.
CpL H. J. Sapper Improper
ferred to Memphis, Tenn.; Ann area. ,
parking car restricted for 1
Simmons, Ann Livingston, and Snake bites can .;
Ann Atchison to Pensacola, Fla.; proved by records week.
T. A. Lott, SN, Improper
park-
Elizabeth Larkin to Lakehurst, da department of
ing; car restricted for 1 week
N. J., and Mary Smithmyer to tics. Places which T"I
(suspended for 6 months)
Hutchinson, Kans. snake infested I
B. M. Adkins AMAA
Improper
.
grassed areas,
parking restricted for
; car 1
New on the MAA staff in Bar- shy ground, rock month
(suspended for 6 months).
racks 722 is Shirley Pillard who Any one of these M. F. Horton
SA
Improper
the hiding place
has been transferred from O&R.
parking; car restricted for 1
If you've got the flu ment of death, week.

'Tain't much you can do actly what a Pfc. H. B. Farrington, Improper
But lie down and take it, my is.
parking; car restricted for 1
friend.
week (suspended for
6 months).
First Aid for
And it's sad but so true R. G. Wells, AD3, Improper
When you think it's all through follows:
parking; car restricted for 1
You're flat back 1. Cut an "W
on your once week
(suspended for 6 months).
again. the wound. .
.
*2. With the Cpl. G. G. Buss, Improper

a suction tube, parking; car restricted for 1
Explorer Scout son from the ( week (suspended for 6 months).
hour or more of Pfc. R. W. Neuman, Improper

Troop Seeking parking; car restricted for 1
To Convert week (suspended for 6 months).

New Members San Francisco ( ) G. P. Linkh, ATI, Improper
jet planes will be parking; car restricted for 2

Boys between the ages of 14 commodated weeks (suspended for 6 months).
USS Bon Homme Pfc. W. D. Wilson, Improper
and 17 with time on their hands,
can make life more interesting by 1955. Modification parking; car restricted for 1
ton Essex Class week.J. .
Joining the Explorer Scout Troop
Post 131 here at the Naval Air in January or A. Smith, Improper parking;
Station.A San Francisco car restricted for 1 week.

membership dance is being Navy announces. F. E. Wagner, AMAN, Improper
.
planned for the purpose of giv ) parking; car restricted for 1 :

ing boys, of eligible age, a chanceto burdened A young herself mother week. -
meet present members of the
the facts of life. N. B. Loveless, AM3: Improper
post, and .to get an idea of the
troop's functions and purpose. "Now," she said, parking; car restricted for 1
Get Acquainted Dance questions?" week.C. .

The dance is tentatively plan "Yes," he replied. yt W. Page, CS1, Speeding; car .
get the Saturday restricted
red for Feb. 7 at the TeenAgeClub for 1 month.N. .
located behind building 800 cut on Wednesday Carson, AM3, Speeding; car

on Yorktown. All boys interestedare I THE P4Y's of VJ-2 must fly be restricted for 1 week. '
cordially invited. Music wiill tween 300 and 700 feet above the CHGUN J. H. Clements, Speed

be supplied by the Cecil Field storm lashed seas in order to accurately ing; Warning.Lt. .
Rhythmairs. Tickets may be ob- measure the wind intensity L. E. Platt, Improper dis-
tained, free of charge, at the NAS and the height of the gigantic play of station sticker; Warning.Lt. .
Station Police i headquartersMain waves. (jg) T. E. McDonald, Im-
( Gate). proper display of station sticker;
Refreshments will be served. car restricted for 2 weeks (sus-
Entertainment will be furniishedby pended for 6 months).

members of the troop. M. V. Agesson, Speeding;
Range of Activities Warning.Lt. .

Established in 1952, the troop
(
jg) Eskew entered the
has been engaged in activities
in
Navy 1942. He was commissioned -
ranging from trail-blazing to coed 4 in 1947 and made Lt. (jg)
socials. On-the-trail camping in June 1950.

trips, cook-outs, and sightseeingtours 1948 through '49 saw him in
are just a few of the things VP-24 which operated within the

which are regularly included on Arctic Circle. Later he was

the post's itinerary. aboard the sub USS Runner, the
Comdr. William H. Lyons has
USS
McCafferey (DDE 860) and
been the officer-advisor of the
post since its establiishment. .. -___.__............................ ...__. __-_..____........_._. ____....___. .nT" "' -_,_ he USS reported Tidewater.here.In March of 1952

Through his help and guidance, EXPERIMENT-Pilot of a F4Y, now an accredited author, Lt.
(jg) Eskew
a number of the station's young Lt. (jg) Randy Eskew peers at a plywood chute (right photo) who sighted
men have learned the quality of mounted In the fuselage of his plane through which plastic Inflated t hurricanes "Able" and "Baker"
balloons were launched into the blue. The balloons were last year, and approximately 15
working and playing with others equipped with radar reflector to enable radar waves to be others that didn't gain much attention -
their age. bounced off in order to study wind velocity and air trajectories.
It is hoped that a large turn- In top photo Capt. Fred Berry (right) Atlantic Fleet aerologist + I is now checking out in
out will be present at the mem- and Jay Winker, General Mills representative, hold one of the the P2V Neptune so he'll be ableto
balloons. The Navy worked with General Mills Corp. on the track hurricanes with radar
bership dance. project. a, wx iiaa b' .** at night.I .






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1953. 1

29 January JAX AIR NEWS Page Five


Take Only What You Can Eat!.


;' <, _i All Hands Asked To Reduce



SALTY HERE HUMOR AND THEREShe FROM Tray Waste In Mess Halls '

'i
:: "I want a shorter skirt 'icLijP'
than the one you showed me.:' Personnel who dined at the Mess Halls aboard the sta-

Clerk: "Have you tried the collar {{nt tion last Thursday noon threw $338 in the garbage can.

department _=, At 26 cents average cost per Hall. That day 2,800 men were
what the
pound, that's exactly
fed. Should these men discard
A wolf Is a guy who's devotedthe 1,300 pounds of food discardedon that same amount of food three

best leers of his life to women. rj trays at that one meal alone meals a day for one year, waste
0 0 +, tJ totaled. .
would amount to $11,169.
Pilot: "Makes me mad when Over 36 pounds of bread, 11 .

I'm told I haven't enough alti pounds of cheese and four poundsof Tray waste is not only expen-

tude." butter were recovered by sive, but is also cuts down on
Co-pilot: "Makes me soar, too." the Commissary staff after .a re- rations. That $338 could have
S 0 0 ,gym scent meal in"the Mainside Mess purchased 4,700 half pints of
Prospect: "Does your firm stand
milk; $11,269 could provide an
behind everything it sells?" WATCH THAT
: FOOD-The!
extra half-pint of milk for each
Salesman: "Not always. We chief
annoyed discovers a large
for
man once a day twentyfivedays. ,
cell a lot of mules." portion of food left on a tray f: i
.
(top) and makes his point
Salesman: "Are you looking for known. Illustrating this waste {Fi The Commissary departmenthas
received word from the Bureau
something in men's clothing, sir?" ful method are Cleveland New -
of and Accountsthat
Red faced gentleman: "Certain- man, SCS, and Frank Bennie, Supply
)y not. I'm looking for somethingin SN, of Mainside Mess. Wayne the present budgetary lim-
women's clothing-my wife, Conner, CSC, Mainside Mess, itations on ration costs are such
that the conservation of food is
who promised to meet me here an I wears a happy smile (bottom)
of highly important consideration. -
hour ago. as he notes "cleaned-to-the-
.
000 last-bite" tray of Robert Knoxof
A woman was bragging to a VF-174. That's the way a Since the program has been in
neighbor that her four-year-old tray should look after chow- continuous effect in the galleys,
son could already spell his name no food thrown away. Commis- where hands are instructed to
backward and forward. sary officials say they would i 4c prepare only enough food for
"What's his name?" inquiredthe rather have the boys get fat the anticipated number to be

neighbor. than the garbage man ret rich. served at each mess, concen-
"Otto," replied the proud moth All hands should cooperate to trated study was made of eating
er. trim food waste. habits of personnel.
000

The deceased groceryman During the last few weeks, the
knocked at the gates of Hell and Commissary department has established -
VC-62 VF-43 Fasron 199
Fasron Six
,
asked entrance. that tray waste couldbe
"Why da you come here?" demanded substantially reduced throughthe

Satan."I Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsVC62 cooperative efforts of each
want to collect some old accounts man eating in the Mess Halls.
-
from a couple of my former Lcdr. George H. Davis, NAS
customers who died before officer has stressed
Commissary
Fasron 109 Joseph D. Duvall, PN1, is now ,
me." Still rolling along with won that the bill ot fare will
con-
aboard the USS Cabot for
Although losing three experienced duty,
"How do know derful success is VC-62's Marchof tinue
you they are to feature popular foods,
while James R. Lanick YNSN is
,
enlisted via the trans
men
here?" Dimes campaign. Close to $250 and cooks will continue to pre-
aboard the
getting duty
"Well every time I tried to collect had been gathered by last Friday fer route, the: Squadron still USS Quincy.some sea Joining the "Top- sent quality foods in an appe-

' this is the place they recom- and more is coming in. came out ahead of the personnel hatters" of VF-14 is Lee J. Force, tizing manner. Every effort will
mended me to." According to Ensign Richard J. problem as 26 men reported ADI. be made to expedite serving

Maylander, in charge of the aboard for duty. Although hampered by lack of during rush hours, and toward
A young candidate was being drive, results have been very sat- Getting acquainted with new height the squadron basketball this end two new self-service
examined for the Navy by a Board isfactory. He also feels the entire work and shipmates are Ray- team has racked up several im- salad and dessert bars have recently -
of Admirals. One of the "intelli VC-62 supply department shouldbe mond A. Key, ALC; Ralph W. pressive wins in intramural com- been installed in the cen-
gence" questions fired at him was: extended a vote of thanks for Grimsley, ADC; John A. Dedeaux, petition. Jim Smith has been hit- ter of the Mainside Mess hall
"What kind of animals eat grass?" exceptional cooperation. AEC; Billy J. Turner, AE2; GlenS. ting the hoop with amazing ac- .
He, twisted his feet around and Composite Squadron 62's cage Scott, BM2; Hugh D. Walden, curacy. On the backboards Leo "At the same time," Lcdr.
Blared out of the window, but did squad lost to the "new" Gibbs DK3; William A. Nyles, CS3, and Gannon, Bruce Behr, and Dennis Davis continued, "we do ask each
not reply. The question was repeated team, 89-62. Duane Sheets and Vernon Lee Park, PN2. Mannix Have proved reboundingskill. man to be personally responsible -
and still no reply. Red Sheldon hit for 19 and 16 An always welcome addition to for reducing his tray waste.

"Surely," said one, "you can points for VC62. any squadron's roster is a groupof 000 There is always plenty of food
answer a simple question like that. Monday night a short-handed Airmen eager to learn and advance Fasron Six: for everyone, and we would
Now listen, what kind of animals squadron team scrapped hard rather for
themselves. New men are: Fasron Six: held its monthly see men return sec-
eat grass T""Animals against a Cecil Field quintet but Charles A. Foushee, Robert E. Captain's Inspection last Friday. ond helpings than take more
?" gasped the candi fell by the wayside, 84-54. "Stew" Jessup, James I. Walker, NormanE. Accompanying the skipper Fred- than they can eat the first time."
date. "Good Lord, I thought you Stewart and Red Sheldon had 18 Gosby, Frank Brown, Nicholas erick E. Woodward on his inspec- In support of the food conser-

I said 'admirals'." points apiece. Siggelakis, Ralph Bennett, Thomas tion were Lcdr. Robert S. Hard- vation program at NAS Jax,
Former Ensigns who are now A. Marcinial, Vernon B. Rix, wick, XO; Lcdr. John N. Mont Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree,
Lt. (jg's) in VC-62 under the new Thomas Cavada, Jack G. Run- gomery, Chaplain; Paul S. Byars, commanding officer, has Issued
Make 100 Jet promotion plan are Norman R. yon, Joseph D. Gitersonkle, JohnG. ADC, assistant Leading Chief and the following statement:
Gearhart, Glenn W. Yearous and Dick, Ralph D. Matuozzi, Elmer Arnold T. Hoppenworth, PNl, "It is my desire that all men.

On James M. Russ.. G. Beahm, Bob J. Lakey, who acted as Captain's writer. on this Station are well and
Landings Charles L. 'Hicks, and Donald R. i The Captain was generally adequately fed. This is the pol-
VF-43 Montgomery. I pleased with the appearance ofRECORD icy: 'Take all you want, but eat .
Same CarrierRacking When their few remaining all you take.: Observance of that

F4U-4 aircraft are transferred in ,, 'Nm1If: ..' policy requires the cooperationof
up over 100 Jet car- the near future officers and men all hands with the Food Con
rier landings is old stuff to many of VF-43 can no longer be refer 't.' servation Program."

fleet pilots but a trio'of "Gladi- red to as the "bent wing boys." :J ifb.: .

ators" from VF-62 have recordeda In place of the gull-winged .', i : ,....... ..... his officers and men.
feat in jet landings unequalled Corsairs, the unit is receiving .: .: -: Directly following the Inspec-
.
anywhere in the Atlantic Fleet. F9F-5 Grumman Panthers and although ''' :: :: tion, Lcdr. Woodward extended a

They have each made 100 land the full quota has not yet ,,..::" ", ,, ."I"' : "' ,' ; ;, personal invitation to each and
,
,
ings aboar one carrier. been reached every pilot has been .J : .. : -; every member of Fasron Six to
First to reach the hardtoattain thoroughly checked out and made ,. ., attend the Squadron party Feb.
mark was Lt. (CJg) Herbert several flights in the new air : 6 at the Duval County Armory.In .
? d'
\f\:
W. Kiker. He was followed closely craft. It:: J \ the NAS Intramural Basketball -
...;. League last week Fasron
by Lt. Robert L. Murphy and "That plane is the answer to a .
Lt. (CJg) Charles Cech. pilot's dream," reported Lt. (jg) Six defeated VF-171, 87-44, and
Most of their landings were re- Ailvin E. Nastos after his check Ordnance & Gunnery, 81.44, to
corded while VF-62 was makinga out flight. capture its second and third
recent Mediterranean cruise. A Since the arrival of the new league victories in as many out-

cruise off Norfolk, where the year eight men, including a set :I ings.Center
squadron put on an air show for of twins with unusual combination Bill Bailey paced the attack
important civilian guests, after first names, have reportedfor against VF-171 as he con-
return from overseas gave the duty. Welcome aboard: Jack nected for 27 points.
threesome a chance to round out Dempsey Jordan and Gene Tun- Second round of the Men's City

the even 100 landings. All the ney Jordan, AM3's; Resinol E. league got underway Friday as
landings were made aboard the Harrison, ADI; John B. Bates, SETTERS-This trio of smiling pilots from VF-6Z Jax Navy Jayvees upset Fasron's 1
USS Coral Sea. AEAN; Charles J. Burns, AM3; have good cause to be happy. They are the first Navy pilots In quintet 60-50.
Lt. (jg) Kiker is now assistant William R. Green, AM2; Milton the Atlantic Fleet to make 100 landings in jet-type aircraft aboardone The "welcome mat" was dustedoff
carrier. Lt. (jg) Herbert Kiker (center) was the first to
Operations officer at NAS Cecil L. Schultz, AM3, and Matthew N. reach the hard-to-attain mark. He was followed by Lt. Robert recently as five new men re-
Field Woloszyn, AM3. Murphy (right) and Lt. (jg) Charles Cech (left). (Please Turn to Page >9, Col. 4)



Page 'Six JAX" AIR NEWS. 29 January 1953

......

... Miami Swimmers


J2LI .. Dunk Jax NavyIn


) LY Q II Coral GablesAlthough


rt it's hard to believe by

fm J1rO looking at the score, Jax Navy's

.. varsity swimming team gave the

University of Miami a close meetin

laI.d W HU.ifDSY4'fA Coral Gables last week, bow-

';$ M With_ John M. Charvat ing, 69-15.

The Fliers rang up a single first
Plucking the youth of service baseball from the many r place in 10 events, but the split

fertile diamond beds, extending from the South Pacific to seconds that separated first, sec-

the far reaches of North Africa, is an old chore for Ned ond and third places, if reversed,

Hanlon, a gregarious retired chief who is possessed with could have narrowed the margin
the keen sixth sense of a major league scout. considerably.

'The Connie Mack of Service Baseball," a monicker the It was the fourth consecutive

greying chief has carried for many seasons, was dischargedfrom loss for the Fliers this season.
the Navy Jan. 31 1952 terminating 31 long and colorful -
Next scheduled meet is rematch
a
LOOK, ONE HAND!I Utilizing his long reach, Vince Zoda of
years of service. Jar Navy looks like he's doing the balancing act as he grapples with the Miami Hurricanes here,
lie's currently making weekly visits to the Naval for a loose ball with Parris Island's Bill Cady during: last Thurs- Feb. 11
fracas at Mainside The Islanders thumped the Fliers, .
has decided to make Jacksonville his day's gym. *
here and
Hospital 74-58, for the local's first loss at home. Moody AFB is here tonight -
permanent residence. Hanlon has four sons in service. for a 2015 tipoft with the Fliers. Cal Chamberlln won the 220-

Bob is playing shortstop for yard breast stroke for Jax Navy,
The youngest, 18-year-old ,
NTC San Diego.As PI Gordon Humble Fliers splashing through in 2:40.6. He
; bested the Hurricane's Kern and
a professional, Chief Hanlon played with the Read- Buckley by .a scant two seconds.
Ing Internationals and Baltimore Orioles. Under his guidanceas
he's tutored such major league starsas Miami swept both relay events,
a service manager,
Moody Plays Here TonightA the 300-yard( medley and the 400
Del Ennis, Pee Wee Reese, Connie Ryan, Virgil Trucks
and Hal White. yard free style. In only three

During the last war the 51-year-old) chief managed a new series of bonds, designed to reinstate Jax Navy's events were the Fliers able to take
more than a third place, Chamber-
Navy All-Star team in the South Pacific, dotted with the cage reputation, go on sale tonight in the Mainside gym lin's included. '
aforementioned athletes. Hanlon's career received national when Moody Air Force Base squares off with the Fliers victory .

focus when Harry Roberts, formerly sports editor of the at 2015.
feature Knew The Fliers' basketball fortunes, Highlighting the meet was BobReeser's
Record special "They
Philadelphia penned a gro scrappers, used their height to
the performance in the 100
heretofore highly appraised by
lIe was Good.
full advantage in administeringthe
yard free style. The Miami
aco
Stock Market Exchange, nudged
worst defeat of the to
season
rock bottom last week when the was only 2.7 seconds off theworld's
With five weeks remaining before playoff time in the : the Fliers.
record when he
locals were humbled twice on their beat JaxNavy's
_ Mayisidie intramural cage scuffle, the pre-season mist that floor. The Ramblers held a 21-15 lead Dave Carr to the wire in
own I
to have lifted and Fasron Six
shrouded a winner appears
Parris Island and Camp Gordon after the first canto, but by halftime 54.7 seconds.
sticks out like dirt on a white duck.
were the record spoilers. The Is- had forged ahead 42-27. A Carr tied for second in the 50(
We've all 21 teams play at least once since the
seen 28-polnt third quarter iced matters
landers turned the trick, 74-58, yard free style with Miami's Preston *
opener Jan. 14, and the Fasronites look like the class of Thursday eve and the Ramblershad as Brennan hit five times from both finishing in 25.6 seconds.

both circuits. Playoff rules call for a winner from each little trouble in gaining an the field, missing but four at- Kern was the winner for the University -

division to square off for first place points toward the 89-60 verdict Saturday. Prior to tempts. in 25.1.
the setback PI, Jax had Zoda's 14 points the indi-
for third by Navy was
Iron Man Trophy, with the co-champs vying The Results
accumulated a string of eight con- vidual high for Jax Navy, while

and fourth place. secutive home court wins. Grabaz added one leu.rmMMARIJl:8. 300-yard medley relay: Miami
It's a wide.open race for second place behind Fasron Six PI Lead All The Way (Buckley, Bencu, Behrendt). Time:
In the American League. Hospital looked strong in its first 3:70.9.:
Ward Weisel hit a free throwin Camp G.rdon ((119) 220-yard: free style: RHSf'r. Miami
two starts, but NARTU bumped the Corpsmen last week, the opening seconds against PUyrr YO I"Y-YTA PF TP nuckley Miami, Penberthy Jax
team. Brennan t .....11 2-3 1 24 Time.: 2:05.2: .
and did it with what amounted to a two-man Parris Island to give Jax Navy its f 1 2
Lr: 1 t.1Demrose. 50-yard free style: Kern Miami: tie
VP-741 does not have sufficient depth to cause any excitement only lead of the game. Shortly ;.. f f :.:.:.:.:.:. 0 1-4 4 2 1 7 Time for second: 0:25.1.: Carr Jax; Preston Miami.
tried VF-22 also lacks reserves. O&G LaSalle Spencer, e ...... 8 2-4 1 18
and once after, John Gillespie ( ), Lemma Jr .. 5 3-6 5 13 1>>)11'11 Individual medley; Bolllnger. -
that's short for Keith Fife and Tom Northrop, took it on I and Clarence Yackey (Bowling Ft'ltf'nbergf'r, g. 1 1-1 2 3 Miami; Weatherbee. Miami;
Chamberlln. Jax. Time <<
the chin from the leaders, but they may be able to handle Green) sent the visitors to a 15-1 McBride Luft g .C............ 1 9 0-0 1-2 0 0 19 2 Fancy diving: Sean, :Miami 1:41.3.: ; Olson,
the rest of the circuit.On advantage. It was 3:36: before the Miami; White Jax.
Totals .......39 11-25 15 89 100-yard free style RCWMT, Miami:
a hunch we'll take either Ordnance and Gunnery or Fliers could count a fielder.Al Carr, Jax; Preston, Miami Time,
the Hospital to finish behind Fasron Six in the American.The Bullard took charge of the Jax Na.y (50)Player 54.T. t
F4 TI'Bullard 200-yard back stroke .
rest of the league is out of contention.Over local attack to narrow the first t ...... 4 "i7A P2F 9 Miami; Bencu, Miami 1;: Robert, Jax.200yard .
......
Steima t :1 U 4 10 Time 2:31.6.
: :
in the senior circuit, it's anybody's guess. quarter margin to eight points| Tate f ... .1 1 2
breast
:IZocIa. stroke t Chamtxrlln
Reinhardt: ::::
VF-173 is the strongest club in the league, but the meshing a pair of charity tosses e ..i...... 0 5 4-4 2 0 14 1 Ju Time: Kern Miami; Buckley Miami.

Fighter Squadron has only an outside chance of win and a like number of hits from WelaeI\: I.Kg.::::::: 1 ggGrabaz.fg : 0 6 440-yard: 2:40.6.: free style; Buckley Miami
ning. the floor. It was 32-26 at half- ......4 5.7 3 13 ; Behrendt, Miami; O'Donnell.
time as Bob Reinhardt kept pace Daly, g ........0 3-4 2 3 Jax. Time: 4:51.:
VF-173 is a victim of a personnel shortage during the 400-yard free style: ]Miami. Time
with Yackey and mates. Totals ,......21 1S-J6: 15 60 3:57.4.GRANNY .
and
opening week of play. During that time. Supply Fasron
The Fliers were still within
109, whom.we select to finish one-two, administered defeatsto a
striking distance after three heats,
the short-handed 173'ers which eliminate them from con
55-17, but dropped behind In the

tention.With fourth when they were outscored,
173 out of the way, Supply should have smooth _
19-11. At 6:36 of the third, Jax
sailing. That's assuming, of course, that Fasron 109 doesn'ttrip
Navy pulled within 38-35, but Yac
Supply. key and Walt Baird (Holy Cross),
Operations is undefeated in three starts at this writing, hit free pitches and Larry Graham

but scratch the tower quintet, they'll bow at least twice. got a fielder to snuff the rally
VA-175 could be the spoiler of the league, but not a serious Grabaz Handcuffed

title contender.If Vince Zoda and Bullard fouled

Disbursing doesn't have the best natured personnelIn out in the third quarter to erase N

the league, despite losing two of the most one-sided games the meager scoring threat the locals -

this season, then my English bulldog, Gerald, is a gazelle. possessed. Bob Grabaz, who

(Editor's Note: Dogs he's got yet). didn't register a two pointer, collected

The Paymen were swamped 87-32 by VA-175, and his fifth personal in the

81-15 by VA-15, but both times they were as contented a fourth.
Yackey's 22 points was high for
the base. It was so bad in the opener
crew as any on the evening. Baird added 14 for
that VA-175 held their foe without a field goal until
the Islanders and Zoda and Bul
3:21 t of the second
quarter. lard had 11 each for Jax Navy.
But they take defeat with a smile in Building 110, and Gillespie pumped a dozen for PI.

if they don't win one all season they'll still have had their Camp Gordon left little doubt in

laughs. Game of the year should be X-l and Disbursing. the,minds of the patrons Saturdaythat +
That's figuring the X-Men to go winless along with Dis- they were the best team to J' Sr Nis CD

bursing until they clash Feb. 16. face the Fliers all season. The

FOLLOWIN" THE FLIERS-Note to Dick Brock with Ramblers did everything but re-

VC-5 overseas: Your jacket was sent home, Richard. If paint the gym in defeating the locals

there was a mishap, we know nothing of it. Dave Sugg, 89-60.
with VF-173 in the Mainside intramural cage loop, was high Gordon Tough

scorer for the 1950-51 Patuxent River varsity It tooka Tom Brennan, former Villanova
Navy team to hand the potent Phillips 66 Oilers their first star, blistered the nets for 24

\ defeat in 32 games this year. Los Alamitos NAS turned the points, and Tom Spencer and Ken PUMPS ONE-Jlm "Granny" Coughlln (right) of

trick, 74-64 Oma Glass (OG to the football public) pen McBride did nothing to ease the Special Services, fires a ene-hander in a Mainside intramural
ned a few lines last week while aboard the USS Palau informing blaze with 18 and 19 points, re- melee with X-l division. Special Services-First Lt. combine won
his many friends on this station to be on the lookout spectively. Spencer and McBride, this one, 64-56. Viewing the night of the ball are X-l'i Dean
(25) and Bill .
Stranghn Loretto (11) Gene Ball (15) awaits a
for Jimmy Wade and the Vols of Tennessee in .'53. i < > a pair of stocky sure-handed ne- rebound. . possible



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29 January 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page .



Scott To Lead FLYIN' FLYER Unbeaten List Of Mainside

Dick Tate Jax

Varsity Links Navy forward. ,
lets go a push
er from the Dwindles To SixSix
Squad in 53 NAS outside Fensaco against Cagers


Erwin Scott, a leading figurein la.downed The Fliers the teams, three each in the American and National

golf circles around NAS for a irtdY 'visiting Goslings Leagues, remained undefeated through the second week of

number of years, emerged top 70 W, competitipn in the Mainside intramural cage scramble with

at Mainsidegym 21 teams setting. a heavy pace of nightly activity.
man in a medal play tournament, last Mon Fasron Six the favorite in the
day for their through the first quarter of play
completed last week-end to de- 11th win of American loop, owns a 3-0 record -

termine participants with the the season. ; VP-741 is 2-0, and VF-22 In against VA-174. The Attackers
The Fliers smothered the Paymen,8732.Another
varsity links squad this the same division, got by in Its
season. proceeded t o first outing. Supply, Fasron 109 record was set when Disbursing -
Putting together rounds of 73 Y lose two la a
row on their and Operations of the National circuit scored but two points in

76,77 and 77, Scott fired a 72-hole + home court, have two wins apiece. the Initial heat.
'
total of 303 two strokes ahead of t a bowing to Special Service opened the Bob Stearns and Dave Opsal,

Bob Wallace. Wallace's 305 put Parris and to Island a week with iU first victory of the with 21 and 20 points, respectively,

him in the number two slot aheadof strong Camp year, dumping X-l Division, 64- directed the win for VA-175, while
Gordon, Ga. 56. LeRoy Wrede was the big Tom Sanehohti came to life In the
Ed Barnes, 310. t } y unit, 89-60. gun for the winners with 24 pointsas second half for a dozen points for
The Fliers'record
The squad will be composed of now they piled up a 34.20 advantage the losers.

12 men. Pro Jack Harvey will select stands at 114. at halftime which was never NAKTU toppled Hospital from

from the list the men to com- threatened. "Jocko" Penney had the ranks of the unbeaten with

17 for the losers.In a 56-54 victory. Gene McKensJe's -
pete in the individual dual meets.
the only forfeit thud far, ZS points WM the Indivldnal -
New personnel on the station are Marine Smoker Tonight t To VJ-t gave Operations a win high for the Reserves, while

welcome to participate in the when the Hurricane Hunters KraWcyxk canned 21 for the

weekly medal play ranking were unable to field a .startingfive. HotplUL
In what was billed as an early
matches.In Determine Gloves EntriesLeather
showdown for the American
a practice session with NAS Bill Bailey led Fasron Six to an
League title, Fasron Six took the
Pensacola last week, the Fliers easy 87-44 victory over VF-171 firing pin from O&G 1-44.. The
will fly at a torrid clip in NATTCenter's Out- with a 27-polnt barrage. The Issue : ,
defeated the visitors 53-46, with door Arena tonight when the Marines stage an eightfightcard was never In doubt as Bradley well oiled Fasronltes, laden with

Harvey posting a par 71 for med to determine remaining berths for the 10th annual Kidd collected 16 points and Will depth on the bench, led 19-12 aft
Jacksonville Golden Gloves tournament Feb. 16-18. The I er the first quarter and never let
alist honors. Behind the local Ewing 15. John Bond and Don

professional were Wallace and opening bout is slated for 2000. Wilson split a 32-point total for up.VJ2
Marine Coach Steve Mayer announced mild defeating
the pulled a upset by
Fighter Squadron.
Pete Gardner, both with 73's and Name Fighters
he would have 15 fighters Special Services 58-48, despite
Scott at'76.Jack Already named from the Center : Behind early in the game FAW-
ready for Gloves competition.From Wrede's 25-polnt performance.
Coulter Buck Williams are welterweights Bernard 11 grabbed a 31-28 advantageover
,
NAS Coach Tony Farias .
Jones was the cog: in theHunters'
and Gordy Glenz, Pensacola pro, Treider, Ed Tanaka and Reuben VF-174 after three cantos
will send nine representatives.The attack, flipping 23 points.
I
had 75's to deadlock for low medal Lee, lightweights Manuel OH- and held on for a 43-40 victory.
entire will
aggregation carry S.S.1st. Lt came within a point _
and Dave Setelo feather Don Bowden's 16 points was high
verez
score of the 22 men firing un- the Jax Navy colors into three ,
der the visitor's colors. divisions. weight John Voltz and light for FAW-11, while Roy Russell
had one less for the losers.
heavyweight George Jarosch.
Qualifying rounds for the varsity Tonight's smoker at NATT- Two-Bit Club
included Scott 303, Wallace The Golden Gloves is open to Hospital toyed with VF-172, 72-
Center will afford Mayer an op- Membership cards to the
305, Barnes .310, Ken Sutton 317, portunity to make final decisionson all bonafide amateurs, 16 or 36, despite giving the losers 45 Two-Bit Club were extended to

Lou Chaff 322, Gardner 322, Bob Golden Gloves entries. "We'vegot more years of age and servicemen attempts from the charity stripe. six Mainside cagers last week,
who are properly certifiedas Joe Krawczyk and Jim Freeman,
Foxx 323, Bud Tilghman 329, Ray
some good boys that I know one for the second time, who
amateurs. Jax Navy has beena with 20 and 16 points, respectively -
Bellamy 333, Herb Herres 231, "
will win for us in the city, the equaled or surpassed the 25-
consistent winner in the local spearheaded the Corpsmen's at-
Jud Pearson 238 and Pep Younce
seasoned Marine coach advised, point total.
competition and is expected to tack. Bob Strausbaugh canned 14
230. The latter two scores are
"and I'm sure the entire team An all-time high of 40 pointsin
be a strong entry this for VF172.
three round totals. from this station will fare welL"Coaches year. a single outing was estab-
e Bill Madden
Optimistic flipped throughwhat lished by Dob Smith last week

Donaldson Wafs Here proved to be the winning when he led VA-45 to a one-
Golfers Play SundayFor Farias was equally as optimistic bucket In the last minute to give sided win over Disbursing.
in his praise of the Mainside Fasron 109 a 60-56 verdict over
March Of Dimes For Saturday Tilt Smith's total came on 17 field-
scrappers. "Each one of them I VF-17S. Madden led> his mate
ers and six charity tosses.
Brother, can you spare a puts in a lot of time with his I Donaldson Air Force Base Wafs with 19 points, however, the los- The roster sheet:

buck. That's what it takes to workouts, and I know they'll will seek to avenge an earlier de- er's Gus Mlhalio was high for
I
Bob Smith, VA-45, 40 points.
enter the second March of give everything for a win. feat at the hands of the Jax Navy the evening with %Z.
Tom Northrop, O A G, 28
Dimes golf tournament Sundayon There's plenty of talent here," Waves Saturday night, but they Operations chalked up win num- points. :

the NAB course, with the he continued, "and I'm cure; I will have to do it on foreign maples ber two for the week with an easy Bill
Bailey, Fasron Six, 27
entry fees going into a fund we've got some champs. : as the local gals play host 74-33 decision from hapless X-l. points.

already started last week. Weatherly "Willie" Fisher is I ess to the visitors at 1930. Don McLeaf, with 10 points in the Gene McKenzie, NARTU, 26

Play this week-end is opento the sole entry in the open divis I The Waves clipped Donaldson second quarter, had 24 points to 25 points.

all station personnel and ion. The sturdy middleweight has 30-23 earlier this month, with his credit for the winners. Nick Leroy Wrede, S.S.-lst. Lta.

guests. Entries must be filedno traded punches with some of the I Bev Schoemthal racking up 16 Proscia, Penney and Bill Loretto 25 points.

later than Saturday noon at best fighters in the area throughout I points. Donaldson was never shared honors for X-l with seven Neal Baughman, VF-171, 25

the golf shack in order that the season and is expected to I ahead, although pulling within each. points.

starting times can be arrangedfor hold his own in the Gloves com 24-20 at halftime. Kay Shorb Disbursing established an.w Bob Strausbaugh, VF-172, 25
Sunday. petition. I added eight points to the Navy's team low for the season when It points. ,'

NAS Personnel won a three Entered in the Novice "A" Div total. was held without a field goal

way tournament last week, ision under Farias' tutoring are early in the third quarter, but did

that netted the March of welterweights Dick Paff and not have the depth to push the is

Dimes a sizeable check, edging Jerry Deley, featherweightsRalph sue.
AdtbiT
the NATTCenter Hospital Clark and Frank Carpenter Supply came from behind In

team, 1699-1708. Fleet person- flyweight Steve Gronin, light the last-stanza to outwore VA.

nel totaled 1724. Each squadwas weight Mar t y Denkins, light 175, 25-16, and gain a 76-69 win. ,

represented by 22 golfers. heavy Bob Kellogg and heavy- John lIuske pumped through 18

Bob Wallace carded a 75 for weight Roy Jefferson.Foursome for the winners. Ron Smith's

individual honors on the NAS 15 wall high for VA-175.:

combo, with Doc McFadden Paces Bob Smith set a new high for

second at 81. Ken Sutton's 79 individual scoring with 40 pointsas

was low total for the Center- NAS Keg LoopsFasron : x VA-45 ran roughshod over Dis

and Ed Barnes 11 bursing. With his mates
Hospital crew feedingat
Six No. 1 and V J-2 in
fired a 74 for the fleet men. every opportunity, Smith
the American League and Supply
;; 41V ripped the nets 17 times from the
Low net honors were won and Fasron 109 in the National
field and six times from the free
by Chalmers Anderson, NATT-
have taken early leads in their '
Center-Hospital. He carded an respective divisions of Mainside \ J1&cL throw line. Tom Sanehohtz collected

88, which netted a 64 with his intramural bowling competitionafter 21 for Disbursing.
24 stroke NAS low v: AMERICAN; LEAGUE
handicap. the first week of play. \ Tram W. L.
net was Tom Titus' 104-34-70, Jo'811l'on Six ....................3 0
VC-62 and VP-741 both relin- VP-741 ........................ 2 0
while Barnes tacked a five VK-22 ......... 1 O
stroke handicap to his 74 for quished four points to Fasron NAHTU ":::::::::::::......... 2 1

the fleet. Six No.1. VJ-2 picked up the Hospital O& G ...::::::::::::::::::::: 2 2 1
full total from VA-45, but lost a VF-1TI ....................... 1 1
Highest individual contributor FAW-11 ...................... 1 2
Dimes fund Tom single point to VP-5. Supply VK-4J ......................... 0 1
the was
to drubbed Hospital and Infirmaryby VF-172 ........................ 0 3
Trembly. With a ten cent fine VF-m ....................... 0 4
a four point count to gain an
tacked on to each stroke overa NATIONAL LEAGUE

bogey, Trembly added 80 early Fasron advantage.109 measured VF-43 Supply Turn ......................W..2 L.0
cents over his dollar entry fee. Operation .................... 2 0
No.2, 4-0, and then dumped Fasron 109! .................... 2 0Special

An additional $11 was gainedby whichis Fasron Six: No.2, 3-1. As yet SNARES REBOUND-Tom Walsh, Fasron Six, outmaneuversO VJ-2 .Service.........::::::::::::::: 1 1 1 1
the penalty system, only 14 teams have competed, & G's Ron Swanson for a rebound in another Mainside IM VA-173 ...................... 1 1
designed to each han- I tussle last week. Fasron 8144. Kidd ((6) of \VA-45 1 1VF173
cover with six scheduled to start this Fasron Six watches the scramble won handily while, Ora Dudley Bradley(15)) and Cliff ::::::::::::::::::::::: 0 2
dicap bracket. Disbursing .,.......,.......... 0 2
I week. Unagst (12) are ready to assist for 0 & G. I x-i :."...".,....... ".:...I... 0 aI


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mIrImlD Y NAVY WIVES


(Item offering for sale articles 1 h CORNERThe

of property such as washing

machines, automobiles, furniture, last business meeting of

radios, clothing and the like are Navy Wives Club 86 was attended *

prohibited by Defense Department by well over 40 members and

regulations. This column will, guests. Final arrangements for

however, list a u c h services as the installation ceremony for the

available housing, rides wanted new officers were made.

and lost and found articles or other Deadline for registration for

similar notices) ) dinner was set for Jan. 30. The

FOR RENT event will take place at the

Furn. 3 rm. apt., apply 112 E. Ashley w4Y' N.m Chiefs Club on Friday, Feb. 6,

Ph. 4.5676, Mrs. Stradt- at 1930. Mrs. Vernon Saultz has

man. been elected President for the

1953-54 term. She and her officers *
Furn. rms., 3221 Park. Ph. 2-8092,
will be installed by Lcdr.
Mr. White.
Robert E. Elliott, Chaplain, who
Furn. rm., 1218 Rensselaer. Ph.
serves as liaison officer for the
8-3613, Mrs. McLeod. .v
club and nursery.
Furn. 2 rms., 949 Wolf St. Ph.
VISIT AO SCHOOL Field S S *
8-1964, Mrs Alexander. Get First-Hand Info representatives of Phllco Corporation -
There will be one more meetIng
-
Furn. apt., 1321 Laura. Ph. 5- accompanied by Chief
Gunner Haskell Clark of Bu- before the installation, on
0170, Mrs. Hyatt.
Technicians Week of Aeronautics get detailed Wednesday 4th at 1930
Unfurn. duplex apt., 4514 and 4516 Civilian Spend reau February ,
information the 20-MM
on
at the club house in Dewey Park.
Ph. 6.9907 Mr. Ak-
Marquette. ,
from Chester Baggar-
Ins.Furn.. At Center's Ordnance School cannon ley, AO1, at the Aviation Ordnance All members are urged to be
School at NATTCenter. present. Guests are always wel
eff. apt., $65 mo., 2215 Riv-
er Blvd. Ph. 2-8209, Mrs. Johnson Representatives from four avia- Aircraft and Industrial representatives come. Contact Mrs. Saultz, exten
them by Navy Ordnancemen, regarding underwent training sion 8500.
tion and industrial companies, plus opportunities in the field in cannon functions during
Furn. 4 rm. apt., 2636 Myra. Ph. another from the Bureau of Ord- of ordnance. their visit this week. Left to Something new will be addedto
7-8516, Mrs Cowart. right are, David II airsl!re, of the Nursery. It was decidedto
"What the chances of cI,
are a
Furn. rm., 1033 Wolf. Ph. 2-2496, nance are getting an opportunityto vllian Phllco; Gunner Clark; William equip the Nursery with a television *
ordnance career for a man Rock of Phllco and Chester
,
the intricacies of Avia-
Mrs. Cox. study set and have regular TV
after he leaves the service? Can Baggarley, AOL
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $85 mo., 2601 tion Ordnance School at NATT- an ordnanceman get a job In'civil hours in addition to the movie
Park. Ph. 8-2770 Mrs. Houston. hours. A 21 inch model
screen
Center this week. ian life? How much take home More Barracks
. Guest week month 2601 will be installed sometime in
rooms, or ,
On hand are representativesfrom pay does he get? What is his
Park. Ph. 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. February. This will involve a
North American Aircraft Co., chance of a permanent position Club
Furn. apt. Ph. 8-2861. Mrs. Lucas. with a civilian firm?" These EM EyedAt slight change in supper time rou
Share 5 rm. house, 3047 College.Ph. McDonnell Aircraft Corp., Chance- tine, and all customers will be
of the
were some questions put
2-3552, Mrs. Cason. Vought Aircraft Division of the to the visiting technicians, who Cecil Field notified in advance. At present

One rm. eff. apt., 1124 Goodwin. United Aircraft Corp., and Phllco had ready answers supper is served at 1800, later it

Ph. 7-4270, Mrs. McGee. Corporation. Completing the list of new will be changed to 1830. .

Unfurn. 6 rm. fiat, 140 Schofield. structures outlined in the expansion S
The visiting technicians are receiving ED HURRAY of North American -
Ph. 6-7876, Mrs. Flynn. program, bids are be- Parents are asked again to
had this to "North Am-
Furn. 2 rm. apt. Ph. 6-7876, Mrs. intensified instruction on say: ing accepted for the new Ev M. mark their children's cOats and
erican
can use Ordnancemen
Flynn. the 20-millimeter cannon. Pur- right Club and enlisted barracks at sweaters with their names. This
now. One pre-requisite of our com-
Furn. bdrm. Ph. 7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. pose of the instructions is to familiarize Cecil Field. will save a lot of mix-ups and
pany is the fact that the applicanthas
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 3825 N. Edge- the men with the more to have a service backgroundin The barracks will be located confusion. The Nursery is opento

wood. Ph. 6-3515, Mrs. Green. just north of Building 35. all Navy Personnel and civil-
common malfunctions which occur ordnance. McDonnell and
Share home with couple, 4818 Se- Six three-storied structures ian workers. There is a special
In the field. This will enable the Chance Vought representativesechoed
sata Circle. Ph. 2-9819, Mrs the will be constructed in a semicircular rate for working and hospital
Green. companies to correct probable dis- same sentiments.As fashion centered ized mothers. For information

Furn. rm. Ph. 2-7210, Mrs. Bar- crepancies before*the guns leave to the demand for skilled around a common mess hall. please call the supervisor, exten

nette. the factory, resulting In savingsto ordancemen the Chance Vought Located nearby, the new Enlisted sion 369.

Furn. 3 rm. garage apt. Ph. 7- taxpayers and saving of fire- representative declared: "I agree Men's Club will be in 4.*

6249, Mrs. Clark. power of operating forces. that the demand for skilled arm- easy access to all hands. The

Furn. rm, 2301 Park. Ph. 7-7227,, S orers on the outside is comparatively Club will also boast a patio."

Mrs. Tonissen. WHILE IIERE the visitors also small, but the supply is even 4 [I.Jt.GEA.

answered a few questions put toSIlOitT smaller. There is definitely a future The
Scouting Squadrons
Furn. 3 rm. cottage, $33 mo., Air :
for Navy personnel in civilian
base Trailer Park. Ph. 2-5410, ordnance." (Continued from Page 5)) /-

Mrs. Schulz. ;y' STilE ported here for duty. Just in are, ---

Furn. 2 bdrm. apt., 3804 Boone g Jim F. Justice, AMI, from VF

Park Ave. Ph. 2-1208, Mrs. Richardson GROUP stated that the 172; Earl Briggs, BM2, off the
Officials have announced that
take home a
average for civilian
a
pay USS Formoe '
(DE-509); James R
ordnanceman is wide selection of Valentine cards
FOR SALE quite good, Neaves, CS3, off the USS Mt
with skilled Ordnancemen and candies are now on sale, and
6 rm. house, 4646 Blount Ave., $9- ing $125 a week. averag- Olympus (AGC-8)); Robert W. other Valentine gifts selected from

400. Ph. 2-6682, Mr. Waddell. Bailey, DK3, USS Niobrara (AO- i general stock will be gift wrapped

Unfurn. 3 bdim bungalow, 57,000, Chief Gunner Haskall Clark of 72)); and Franklin W. Thames, upon request at Mainside.
the Bureau of Ordnance said that DMSN, USS Albany (CA-123)).
6110 Hyram. Ph. 2-1847, Mr m N r"A the Bureau is hiring retired Chief Some spring sportswear for men
Ferslew. Ordnancemen Richard J. Miale, PR3, and and women have been received

Will sell equity in 2 bdrm. house, % also noted as field inspectors.He James V. Wicks, AEAN, checked and other spring merchandise will

3333 Gilmore Ph. 8-6735, Mrs. A A service. opportunities in civil back in after being TAD to Ben- be coming in continuously during*

McDowell. dix Aviation Corp., Teterporo, N.> the next several weeks.
..,----
Unfurn 3 bdrm. bungalow, 5341 J., where they attended two -4s *
weeks schooling. Miale studied .
Diaz Place. Ph. 88-8074 after 5 BeautificationContinued
oxygen regulators while Wicks Did you ever hear of the man
P.M., Mrs. Singer.
MISCELLANEOUS ( from Page 1)) furthered his knowledge on in- with Tarzan' eyes? They swung

struments. from limbo limb.
Flower Garden.
Driving to Los Angeles Feb. 1.
Ph. 2-9253:> Mr. Smith. Any householders in the areas

Baby sitter, Janelle Schultz. Ph. s in which the contest will be held,

Ext. 8326.Driving who do not receive entry forms

to Detroit will take 2 pas- Friday night from members of /

sengers, leaving 0800 Feb. 4, Fa' the Navy Wives' Club No. 86,

Ph. Ext. 8541, Mr. G. E. Hall. s'rx should get in touch with the

Ride wanted from Woodstock Ave., president, Mrs. Saultz, at extension Sp

0730 to 1600. Ph. Ext. 404, Mrs. pMA / 8500.

Winkley -4.---

Will baby sit evenings or week

ends. Ph. 7-4788 or 7-8283, Mrs. I I

Dodd.

Ride wanted from Southslde, area

San Marco and Miami, 0730 to

1600. Ph. Ext. 8271, Mrs. Patrick i

k ,

Found: Brown and white puppy. '

Contact Chief Page, 1105 Alle-
gheny Road. .l' : : --- I-II

Lost: Gold wedding ring, engraved S .
M.A.M. to RG.M. It -

found contact Dr. Martin, Ext. SUBJECTS-Lovely I. .
Warner Bros. star Virginia MIIS
,
/iY
;
/
305. Mayo shows how to get the Ip li C ,_ .FJII' 'o!4 I :-
--...--- most out of a pair of short ,,1,I+11,1, I1''IrM 1111 f/ -
King Arthur: "I hear you've shorts. Her latest movie, "The Z1T I "ALL ASHORE"-Bound for liberty In lax are these sailors
been misbehaving." Iron Mistress," doesn't give her from the carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. Disembarking from a
much of a chance to wear liberty boat at a dock at Mayport carrier basin, this is part of the
Sir Gallahad "In what
: manor, clothes like this, so we thought "This one must be from crew of 900 granted leave. The ship anchored at sea off the
sir we'd give her a break. Kentucky! Jetties. (See story page 1).


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