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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1953
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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Open House NATO Maneuvers
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BenningionDocks Y 'Exercise Buffet' .




SundayAt J Nearing ClimaxPatrol .



Mayport Squadron f 5 and Koyal Canadian Maritime:?
Squadron which have been operating from here in the five-
"}' xercise Buffet" will complete
Eight years ago come Sun day NATO anti-submarine
day, the heavy attack carrier their participation in the five-day maneuvers tomorrow.
USS Bennington played host Search flights for three "ene "KxeicUe-Buffet"; -;--is a joint air

to unwelcome visitol's-t'ne- my" U.S. submarines have been inface-submarine operation with

my Kamikaze planes-off bat. r k assigned to the two squadrons. U S., Netherlands, and Canadian
tle-searred I wo Jima. Thi$ _._ Simulated attacks have been made units paittcipatlng- It to the first
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Washington's Birthday the ARRIVE FOR "BUFFET" -... Royal Canadian Maritime 405 whenever the subs have been of its kind to have been scheduled
huge flattop will entertainmore Squadron members fill out customs declarations with help of Capt. sighted In operations oft the east in the Atlantic.
welcome guests when it Arthur S. Born, Commander Fleet Air Wing; 11, The Canadians coast of Florida and the Carolinas .
docks at Mayport[ and holds arrived here last week to participate, in this week's NATO anti- IN ADDITION to the! Canadian

Open House for the public. -submarine -"Exercise" Buffet.- -.'- -- -- -- ---_. squadron and Patrol Squadron 5,
Scheduled to tie at.the May. '
up
which are operating; from here under
port carrier basin on Saturday, the operational control of Captain
the veteran ship will be the sec Arthur S. Born, CommanderFleet .

ond Navy carrier to hold open Air Wing: 11, there are two
house in this area since the turn. Royal Netherland escort vessels. ,
ing basin was officially opened JflXJ'It a U. S. hunter-killer group coin-
by the arrival of the USS Tarawa. posed of the escort carrier USS

Visiting Hours Palau and six destroyers three

Visiting hours aboard the Ben- .. -- .-.- American! submarines and fourU.
nington will be from 1200 to 1700. VOL-10 No. 44 U. S. N A. S. Jacksonville, Fla 19 Feb. 1953 S. destroyer escort vessels
Static displays of aircraft equipment I
"Buffet" has been timed to coincide
and flight deck crew equip. -- -- with the return to the nor

ment will be spotted on the flight Chest X-Rays r mal east coast base of submarines
deck and additional displays of and the U. S. hunter-killer

aircraft, aviation ordnance, and Available ForDependents i group from training exercises in
operational equipment will be on the Caribbean

the ship's hangar deck. -- e
While In the Jacksonville. area P2V NEPTUNE patrol bombersare

the Bennington will be under the J :!-- being used in the searches by
operational control of Commander Dependents of Naval personnel r .. Patrol Squadron 5, commandedby

, Fleet Air Jacksonville. in the Jacksonvillearea ... .,. Comdr. J. C, Houghton, while
Ship Reconstructed age 15 years or older, _; the Canadians with Wing Com
Placed in the "moth-ball">et may now obtain a free chest mander John K, Creeper as officer
after the war the Bennington just X-ray at the Naval Air Station commanding flying big;
recently rejoined the U. S. fleet Infirmary Lancaster reconnaissance planes

A two-year reconstruction job Appointments are not necessary i Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron
has made the Bennington the The Infirmary's 70 millimeter 109 is providing aircraft servicingfor
sixth of the Essex class carriersto photo-fluorographic X-ray VP-5 and Maritime( 405 Squa.1-
be completely rebuilt and unit will be reserved exclusivelyfor ron.
.. ........
modernired. .
dependents each Thursday a.., "'_- Purpose of "Buffet" la to pro
Another carrier, the USS Lake afternoon from 1300 until 1600. vide tactical training
FREE CHEST X-RAY-Donna Lee Cashwell (HdU), daughter operational\
Champlain will be In the Jack- The unit is capable of over 100 of James Cashwejl, IIMC finds it only takes a minute to get a in anti-submarine warfare for
sonville area also over the weekend chest X-rays per hour chest x-ray when assisted by !Mary Schuster, IIMJ. Navy depen NATO anti-submarine forces in
The Champlain, a frequent I dents, 15 or older ran obtain free chest x-rays at the NAS Infirm the western Atlantic.
Aid in TB Control
will ary. The program.is designed to aid tuberculosis control.
Florida waters,
visitor to Vice Admiral Laurance T. Dii-
The of the chest X-ray
anchor off the jetties and unload purpose Bone, NATO Commander of the
crew members of Carrier Air ciency program of is tuberculosis to increase the efft-I I Fifth Annual Boys' Baseball United States Atlantic Sub-Area,
Group 1. a Fleet Air Jacksonvilleunit with headquarters in New York
among Naval personnel, and
that is returning to Cecil
City, U officer in charge of the
,
Field front a cruise in the Carib- co-operate with civil authorities exercise.

bean. I i concerned in communities with tuberculosis where control dependents -- !'School To Begin March 7 I

of Naval Personnel re
No More MealsAt side. Plans are nearing completion for the fifth annual Can RegisterFor
Exam Necessary I. yille-Navy Boys' Baseball Training Camp, which i JaCkllOn-1
tiled to IwtrinIarrli. 7. College
Mess Hall For Capt. Julius C. Early Station ;
Held here annually I at the Naval ----- --- --
Medical officer, urges all dependents Air Station, the baseball 'secutive Saturdays, with the final
Courses
ComRats Holders to take advantage of the X- camp, which attracts hundreds of day, April 4, set aside as all-star NowSecond
ray program here. He has stress- day when all awards will be -
youngsters in this area, is sponsored semester off-campus-
ed that individuals made and all-stars announced.
governing i cannot possibly
Regulations jointly by the Naval Air lege extensions courses will begin
granting of commuted rations know whether or not they Station and the City of Jacksonville here the first week In March.
have been revised aboard this have the disease until they are This year's camp will be oper- Preliminary registrations can
stations as of Feb. 11. examined. "Chest X-rays are the The camp will run for five con- ated on the same basis as thosein now be made at the NATTCenter
This revision cancels the 'authority means of recognizing tuberculosis the past With a/i 'of''
-- - average Education Office, Building; 500, between
for personnel subsistingon in its early stage, thereby over 350 youngsters each Saturday I 0715 and 1610( Monday
commuted rations to purchase shortening the treatment period MONDAY, FEB. 23rd over a period of four years, through Friday The deadline date
meals in the General Mess. and"assuring an ultimate recov- DECLARED HOLIDAY the school has grown to tremendous for preliminary registration U

As of 0001, Feb. 16, the pur- ery. Monday, February 23 will proportions. February 27.Registration.
chase of individual meals in the The chest X-ray program is be observed as a legal holidayby The biggest school of its kind may be made in
General Mess aboard this station now being conducted on a nationwide the Naval Air Station. for youngsters in this area-and person or by calling extension

will no longer be permitted I scale, with mobile units Per recent instructions, possibly in the nation-the Jax 8388, and in being accepted forth
Eligibility Explained; reaching the Civilian populace Baseball School -I Freshman
I whenever a National holiday Navy : was originated following courses:
Personnel eligible to request falls on Sunday, the following to give youngsters trainingin English, General Psychology, Ba
commuted rations are those who I. WEATHER OUTLOOK Monday will be regarded as a the fundamentals of the game. sic Mathematics Educational Pay
maintain a home for and reside Friday-Mostly clear, cool. holiday. In this instance, it is Membership cards will be issued chology Housing and Home Own
with a wife, husband, son, daughter Saturday-Scattered showers. Washington's birthday whichis to ]ads attending the camp. ernhlp, Personnel Management and
father mother, sister, brother Sunday-Scattered rain showers Sunday February 22. Applications are now in the Speech.
or other dependent relativein and warmer (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)) (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5))
Jacksonville
Special Forms i;'.: :.r
Also eligible are those that .;

maintain a bona fide residence <.'.
with any of the aforementionedor
other dependent relatives. Requests .!
from those personnel who
are prevented, by the nature of
their duties from subsisting on
the General Mess are also con
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sidered.
Special t forms may be obtained .

to request commuted rations.
These will be prepared and for- ,y.'" ;; _. .-......... _ --ii.-: .___ __ ,n
warded to the commanding officer -I VISITING CRAFT-Lined up on the seawall ramp are some t :
of the Naval Air Station via of the big Lancaster reconnaissance aircraft flown here by Royal ......:, : .- J _
Canadian Maritime 405 Squadron from Nova Scotia. The craft arebeing .... .
the commanding officer of the "v.. ....,
used by the Canadian during NATO anti-submarine "Ei- ..... ... ,.> ... .. ( / !
_. 's3r3earataio..Yrrawj .
unit to which attached ercise Buffet" now in progress in the Atlantic. y..... ; ; ; / .4. ww !






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I oe'oe'N"E' W" 19 February:




Kfi4MLLfltiJ19 Expect To Promote 105,000 EM In Firs 4 Grades-



Washington (AFPS) Ap According to a breakdown Personnel Promoted to thief

proximately 105,500 enlisted of the probable promotion figpetty officer will get their rates
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air effective June 16. All other
Station, Jacksonville, Fla.NAS promotions in the top four pay ures made available by Bu- promotions will 1 be made effective

Jacksonville grades are expected after the Pers, about half of the men May 16, BuPers
Capt. Burnham C, McCarfree Commanding Officer fleet-wide exams in February, competing for a first or second A definite breakdown stated,
of
Comdr. Marines
James 11.
Armstrong Executive officer
class 1 rate will be promoted.
the Navy has announced. to be rated in each
Fleet Air Jacksonville pay-
of
57 cent
Rear Adm. Osborne B. lIardison Commander At the same time, it was announced Approximately per grade: is not available. However -

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins, -Chief of Staff that the Marine Corps those trying for petty officer, the Marine Corps ebti-

Fleet Air Wine Eleven plans to add stripes to about third class 1 will probably be mates that about one-third of

Cept. Arthur S. Born Commander 25,000 men, Pfc's through Trated.. the number of men expected
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer
Set's, in the Jan.-Feb. testing The breakdown for each pay to take exams will be boosted t
\ Naval Air Technical Training Center
Capt. Edwin R. Peck Commanding Officer period. trade is: A breakdown of 'their estimates i

C mdr. Richard S. Stuart Executive Officer Included in the Navy pro- To Be Planned on the number expected

Naval Hospital motions will be about 3,000 advancements Tested Promotion to take the examinations for

Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer to the highest enE7 22,950 3,000 each pay grade is:
Capt. T. F. Weinert Executive Officer
listed grade, chief petty officer. E-6 25,200 12,500 M/Sgt. 2,000

Capt. Easton B. Noble NARTU Commanding Officer According to the Naval BuE.S 43,200 20,000 T/Sgt. 4,000

Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive OfficerThe reau of Personnel, it is expected E-4 120,150 70,000 S/Sgt. 18,000

that 23,000 POls will com Sgt. 21,000

JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station pete for this boost. Totals 212,100 105,500 Cpl 30,000
JaoVwnUlle: Florida and printed commercially with non-a proprated funds
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NA !-XOS I'-SS. Rev.
No1H5..- Copies ere distributed free of charge at the Nan Air Station the -
Natal Air Reserve Training \bait Naval Air Station Cecil Held, and the,U. S.
Naval Hospital.

Editor-Andrew H. fancy :? ItIIIISilJfR
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Staff Members: Vivian Williams, SA; John Charvat, AN; Helen

Harper.The.
JAX AIR NEWS la a member or the Armed Threes Press Sen'Ice.AFPS 'II
material appearing I In this publication! may not be reprinted withoutthe I s,.
willlen permission I of Aimed Forces: Press SeiUce.I Republication of other
matter, evrent by service publlcatlnns Is prohibited permission" of
M1KT. JAX AIR ra ws. By Armed Forces Press Service)

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension The following bills of interest
1184 and 216.Kno .
to Service personnel were recently -

introduced in Congress:

1. A bill to authorize inter.ser-

ilMQYIES vice transfers of officers.
ha' 7r. '
2. A bill to grant permanentand

w total disability ratings to veterans .

MAINSIDE suffering from severe industrial
government v4{
Thurs., Feb. 19 inadaptability as a result -

Fair Wind to Java of war service.

Officials. .. ...._. .Fred MacMurray 3. A bill to amend the Immigration -

,. Frl., Feb. 20 f and Nationality Act so a
Story of Will Rogers to provide for naturalization of

.. ........_.._.___Jane Wyman aliens serving in the Armed
Sat., Feb. 21 SEVEN GOOD CONDUCT AWARDS-Lt. Francis Carnlcom, Forces' in or around Korea for

Bend of the River Aircraft Maintenance division officer at NATTCenter, presents six months or more
RZ John II. Huff, ADC additional of
arpF __ n. ........._..James Stewart Good Conduct, an placard seven stars, denoting 4. A bill to increase the nor
awards. The
seven award was given In jest,
NATTCenter following the actual medal award. Huff is a veteran of 30 years mal tax: and surtax exemptionsfor
service. dependents from $600 to
Thurs., Feb. 19 $1,000.

San Antone _.Rod Cameron '
Jc FrI.,?Feb. 20 30-Year Vet' Aid Next Week 5. A bill to authorize the appointment -
of X-ray technicians as
Fair Wind to Java On Income Tax
commissioned officers in the Medical -
.......... Fred MacMurraySat. Attains 7th David McMeans
representative Corps of the Army and Navy,
., Feb. 21 of the Collector of Inter- *

Story of Will Rogers. \ GC AwardA nal Revenue, will be aboard Former members of the 10th

..._............._Jane: Wyman the station Feb. 24 throughFeb. Armored Division will hold their
veteran of
NAVAL HOSPITAL over 30 yeais 27 to aid personnel, military annual reunion at the Hotel
I Navy service, John H. Huff, ADC,
Thurs., Feb. 19 was presented his seventh Good and civilian, with prep- Washington, Washington, D. C.,
r She's Working Her Way Through Conduct Award. aration of their income tax during May 22-24. Convention

CHARLES E. WILSON College ..._.... ...Virginia Mayo returns. His office on the first fees have been set at $6.
Secretary of Defense The leadingchief of Aircraft deck of the South wing of .
Fri.
Feb. 20
.
Maintenance division at
NATT.Center
An industrial giant whose pro. San Antone .....,........Rod Cameron was presented his award Building 902, Public Works, About one out of four Air Force

duction know-how during WWII, Sat., Feb. 21 by Capt. Edwin R. Peck, commanding will 1730.be open from 0900 until personnel are overseas, Lt. Gen.

resulted in an overpowering flow Fair Wind to Java officer of NATTCenter.Chief Laurence S. Kuter, Deputy Chiefof

6t weapons for the Allies, CharlesE. _.. .._ .....Fred MacMurraytion Staff for AF Personnel, told
Wilson confidently assumes his Huff entered the avia- as the USS Langley. members of the American Legion
achievements were almost tion branch after joining the service Chief Huff National Committee in
new post as Secretary of Defense. wears the China Security
Secretary Wilson was born in one-fourth of the tanks, armoredcars in 1922. "I've practically grownup Service Medal, Korean Service Washington recently. Gen. Kuter

Minerva, Ohio, July 18, 1890. and airplane engines builtin with Naval aviation," he says. Ribbon, U.N. Service Medal, also estimated that one of every

Later his family moved to Pittsburgh the U. S.; almost half of ma In 1922, the old collier, Jupiter, Yangtze Service Medal, two Pres- nine are in the FEAF. In the next

where he graduated from chine guns and carbines; two became the first aircraft carrier. dentlal Unit Citations, plus other two years, this will probably increase -

Carnegie Institute of Technologyin thirds of trucks of 24 tons or j Her superstructure was only a I service ribbons. to one out of three over-

1909 as an electrical engineer. over; and three-fourths of Diesel j I wooden platform, Three years When his present shore duty i is seas, Gen. Kuter told the could -
engine horsepower used by the later Chief Huff served aboard
S aIn completed, he plans to retire an mittee.
Navy. I this carrier which then known
was
1912 he designed the first buy a farm in the state of Wash


automobile given by Westinghouse charge starting of all and Westinghouse motors in 1916 made was I Marines Take Top School HonorsHonor II Ing-ton.Top Reserve-----..Units. 6C DIYJNE)),


automobile electrical equipment (SERVICESVProtestant '
engineering. During WWII he man at Airman Prepara- Newark. Get 1952 Awards
I
was in charge of design and development tory School at NATTCenter last I Pfc. Guerrera entered the Ma- Washington (AFPS)-Winner,s

of Westinghouse radio week was Pfc. Domine J, Guer- rine Corps In August, 1952, and of the 1952 awards in the annua 0830-All Saints
rera, while heading a class of 51 Chapel.
took his recruit National
generators and dynamotors for training at Par- Competitive Inspectionof
I. 0915-Naval Chapel.
Marines and Sailors at Aviation Hospital
the Army and Navy. its Island. From here he will tro Naval Reserve Organized Surface
I 0930J3unday Sch Qol.
School was Pfe. Leslie T. Mitch
Mr. Wilson joined General Motors ell. I to Aviation I and Submarine Divisions and 1045-All Saints ChapeL

in 1919 and by 1928 had E 1 tronIcsman Construction Battalion
I Guerr'era, who hails from New- e c companies Catholic
moved through the executive have been announced
ark, N. J., had a final average of Schoolat by the 080009001000Mass, St. Ed-
from chief of Navy.
ranks engineer a
90.91 in a class of 241 Marines Memphis ward's ChapeL
division to vice president of the The James
and Sailors. -Forrestal Trophy, 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.
Tenn.
corporation. He was given in r i awarded to the winning surface Mormon

creasing responsibilities in labor Technical A native of division, was taken by Div. 8-2J, 1930 -TuesdayNATTC ",'hap-

relations matters and production training was Phlladel.phi New Orleans, La. The winning Iain's office.
nothing new to 1 a, Mitchell
planning Organized Submarine Division, Christian Science.
Guerrera, whoin entered
civilian life the Marine I No. 9-225 of Chicago, Ill., wa 1900 -TuesdayNATTC Chap
Elected president of General corps last Mitchell awarded the Fleet Admiral C. W lain's office.

Motors in 1941, he was responsible f a was an electrical February He graduated 14th i ina Nimitz Trophy .

for the conversion of thetorporaUon's ,engineer anda class of 290 students in AN (P) In the Construction
Battalion In observance of Washington's
student at the
plants from peaceto Newark school here before entering AO competition, Organized CB Company Birthday Sunday, Feb. 22, Chaplain
wartime production for WWII, College (A) school He la a graduate o f 9-30 of Colorado his
of Springs,, Gat 11 n will choose as
producing a huge volume of the Engineering. Olney High School in Philadelphia Colo., took first place to win the, theme, "Washington Man of
stations armament. Guerrera lIe it a graduate and was a machinist
priorto Vice Admiral
J. J. Manning Trophy Prayer" for the 1045 services at
Some of GM's WWII pr due- of Weequahlc High School In entry Into the Marines. ,
the
All-Saints' Protestant Chapel.



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i 19 February 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Throe




i ,. \- a Jacksonville's Own VP-741


OSPI-T-A


HEADLINES Redesignated As VP-16 .



._--,-- .: Patrol Squadron 741, former
runner-up for this honor in both
cAt of NARTU Jax
1930 Thursday, Feb. 18, patients reserve squadron 1948 and '50.Reactivated.
was redesignated as VP-16 at an
at the Naval Hospital will '{ last Mon in March 1951, the
impressive ceremony
have their Historical Party in the rI 140. squadron became a part of Fleet
day morning in Hangar
recreation hail. F. C Weinard, The designation was returnedto Air Wing Eleven in April of that

Ward A-7, will MC the program, NARTU, while remaining officers year. In the Atlantic, the squadron ;

which is modeled after the radio and enlisted men of the has taken part in local exercises
"
show, "Two For the Money. squadron who were activatedtwo as well\ as those of our alliesin

Hostesses from the First Methodist the Mediterranean are a.
years ago are soon to be released
Church will add their Comdr. James W. Hardy relieved
to inactive duty, or at
charm to the evening of wit.
their discretion remain as mem Comdr. Rogers in early Decem-

matching, and Canteen Corps will y s bers of VP-741. ber, the latter being separated

serve refreshments.. A + Has Fine Record from active duty.
*
1400 Ward NAVY TENANT-Robert C. Ward MRS, (left) one of 661 Comdr. James W. Hardy com Comdr. Hardy related that ho
Feb. 21 at
Saturday, enlisted personnel occupying Navy rental property here at NAS manding officer of VP-741 read sensed the pride the outgoing

A-6 will be the recipient of award stops by the Housing Office to pay his monthly rent and utility the orders offically redesignatingthe squadron felt in its unit and

party sponsored by the Du. bill. He Is assisted by Bart Dockrell, Station Housing manager, Fleet Air Wing Eleven squadron VP-16 would do its best to maintain -
val County Chapter of American and Eleanor Walker, rash accounting clerk. This is only one of
many services available to Navy personnel at the Housing Office. and immediately afterwards this high example of service.
War Mothers. This
.
group spon Easton B. I .
presented to Capt.

sors a ward party each month. Navy, Federal, Civilian Listings Noble, commanding officer of
Many of the patients look forward
NARTU, the squadron's pictoral Adm. Hardison To

to their.vi*it.. Housing Office Assists Personnel account of ils\ operations since its

activation to Atlantic Fleet dutyin Review CadetsRear
The week of Feb. 23 will be a

busy time at the Hospital The Seeking Suitable Living QuartersWhen Capt.March Arthur 1951. S. Born, Commander I Admiral Osborne B.

combo from the NAS band will Hardison, Commander Fleet Air
he is immediately Fleet Air Wing Eleven, .
stations,
a married Navy man changes duty
in
dance
for the monthly
play
Jacksonville is slated to review
facilities adressed the squadron, stating ,
the auditorium at 2000. Hostesses faced with the responsibility of locating adequate housing
that VP-741's record was a the monthly parade of Bolles
from the Ecclectic Club will be for his family.
"definite challenge" to the new School cadets Sunday afternoon
Here at NAS Jacksonville every
aboard for the festivities. Ward
officers, who then forward themto
unit. The parade, which will begin at
been made to alleviate
effort has
forward to Bingo .
B-7 is looking a The
the Housing Office. original
A Home Unit 1600 will be preceded by a com-
A housing
which will be sponsoredby this major problem.
Party is sent to the
application of Jack
Composed primarily cert presented by the school'sband. .
the National Council of Jew. office, located near the main gate
and
assignment
,
Project Manager
VP-741
was
sonville personnel, .
In Building 1050, is open Mon
ish Women Wednesday Feb. 25
first serve
i in on a first come, formed in July 1946 as
at 1400. days through Fridays with a competent originally Over 300 boys will participatein

Arthur Murray dance instructors staff on hand to assist basis. VPML-56 with Lcdr. Charles W. the colorful event. There will

will be in the auditorium newcomers in finding suitable Rogers as commanding officer.It be 130 Naval ROTC cadets and an
FOR TIIOSE who cannot obtain
the most outstanding
1500 for quarters. was adjudged equal number of Army ROTC
Thursday, Feb. 26 at another
Cumberland Road Housing in the
Navy or patrol squadron
of their interesting and Informative This office not only handles Navy candidates in addition to 60

classes. Rental Housing on the station civilian rentals are also maintained i NARTU program in 1949 being younger boys. Bolles School is

proper and In adjacent Dewey at the Housing Office. Individual I these rentals. one of the few military schoolsin

Park but certifies applications for owners and real estate Bart G. Dockrell, Station Housing the nation that has both Naval

the Cumberland Road Federal l I firms list for-rent and for-sale manager, aids 75 to 100 people and Army ROTC training

Housing Project and keeps a record property and a card file of these a week seeking housing. He In the reviewing stand beside

of civilian listings for the listings is available to Navy personnel is assisted by Walter Shlnkarcw, Admiral Hatdison will be.,officials -,

Jacksonville area at all times. However, the CMC, housing Inspector; WAVE of the school and other distinguished

Housing Office cannot investigate Jean Lias who handles civilian guests.

.NOTE'S civilian listings and cannot be responsible Wicker housing
---- MARRIED< enlisted personnel Ir listings; Margie ,

-- pay grades 4, 5, 6, and 7 are eligible for misrepresentation/ of management aid, and Eleanor

All hands are urged to attenda for Navy Rental Housing, Walker and Joy Broadwell cash Tech Training

General Assembly meeting in This includes 200 unfurnished, NATTCENTER DIMES accounting clerks Lcdr. William .

the club at 1130 Feb. 23. Twc kitchen equipped, duplex: units or T. Clampet, li Housing officer of Command
Hovers
DRIVE NETS $762
Board of Governors members, the station, and 300 similar units the Naval Air Station.

one representing NAS and one in Dewey Park. These units have The Naval Air Technical t '

at-large, will be elected at this one, two and three bedrooms. Ir Training Center finished its Guild 500th Graduate I.

meeting. A free corned-beef and addition, there are 120 furnished March of Dimes drive list week Chapel Altar I

cabbage luncheon will be served units of Row Housing in Dewey with a collection of $762 turned Slates MeetingAn The 500,000th trainee has

Topics for discussion on the floor Park also available to men ir over to the fund. been graduated from technical .

will be the improvement of club these pay grades. A check for the amount was organizational meeting for schools of the Naval Air !

facilities and planning of events Forty-one completely furnished presented to Lcdr. Fred Mohle, an All Saints Chapel Altar Guild Technical Training Command. i ,

local director for the Nary will be held Tuesday Feb. 24 at
for the coming summer months trailers are also assigned, on a pri The half-millionth
The Valentine Dance held Saturday ority basis, to married enlisted March of Dimes campaign. 1030 in the small chapel.All graduate
could be found
Vor the drive was obtained somewhere amongall
night was a huge success personnel in all pay grades who Money ladies interested in become
various of the school graduating classes -
Highlight of the evening was the are in a transit status or on temporary through means, ing members oC this organization I
within the
with a good portion of it in Training Commandthis
awarding of four door-prizes tc duty attached to com- of the Protestant Chapel are cor
month. Since
graduating
donations.
small individual In
the holders of lucky tickets. Chief mands at NAS Jax. These trailers dially Invited to attend. classes
some instances prizes were of. number well into the hun-
Roger has earned a vote of can be rented for a period ol/ Mrs W. Kenyon Drake, president (-
fered in various divisions. Lt dreds, it was impossible to sin-
thanks for his efforts in the dec 60 days, and not to exceed JK of St. John's Episcopal Ca-
Edward Nelson, the Center'straffic gle out the actual 500,000th grad
orating of the dance floor and days. thedral Altar Guild will be present uate.
officer, received a large
.
organizing the dancing party. to discuss the vital work of an .
share of donations from offenders
I'EKSON.VKL Interested In obtaining Altar Guild in the chapel and its
visiting his traffic court. In recognition of this event atNATTCenter
.
Navy housing submit applications -
influence in the community.
BLOOD BANK to their department or honor graduates of
the Airman Preparatory School
1 ,
division personnel officer. These ..
Afiation Storekeeper "A" School
BOX SCORE 1 ,
applications are sent to the HousIng -
Aviation I Ordnanceman "A"
No. l'tr- Office the first of each month,, .
Quo.

Sc.-la. 1\It1. cent and units assigned by quotas to :. .,'" .. .....,'.: > and School Aviation, Ordnanceman Electrician's"B" School
Mate
the various commands and de ,: ..
Admin. .............. 3 5 166.6 partments. .:: ..- :. : ... "A" School, were presented a certificate -

Medical _....._ 2 3 150.0 ; for the occasion by Capt.
Within commands, housing' ia .'.
FA W 11 ............ 13 11 130.7 : Edwin R. Peck, NATTCenter
awarded by a point system with
NATTC ............2S3 328 129.6 >> I commanding officer. The honor
points given for length of naval
SPe('. Services. 4 5 125.0 graduates also received a membership -
service, length of sea service, e'.T
Public Work.... 24 27 112.5 card for the "Half-Mil
length of duty at station and num-
Dental .. .........? 1 1 100.0 lion Club."
ber of dependents. As vacancies
Fla. Milt. Dit... 5 5 100.9 .
occur, assignments are made from
_. 9i 72 76.5 N A
ComFairJax '
these lists to those with the high } All other schools in the Train-
Res. Fleet ........ 85 62 72.9 .' Command
est priority. ng presented their
Operations ........ 12 8 66.6
Rent for all these units is basedon graduating students with the
Sup and Fiscal 27 15 55.5
scale of income, and is payableto membership cards and likewise
Comm. ... .......... 4 2 50.0 of the
the Housing Office on the first gave recognition event.
Cecil Field _... 16 5 31.2
of each month. Honor men representing their
Marines ............ 10 3 30.0o '
There are 310 units set aside various schools here at the Center
die: R ..............115 21 19.1 :/ t3 -
for Navy personnel at the Cumberland included: William Emory, AA,
Gr. Cove Sprgs. 35 8' 17.1
Road Housing Project. AE (A) School Cornelius Am.
;
Hospital...........21 Z 9.5
These are one, two and three bedrooms else, AN A (A) School Gerald
,
NARTU ........_ 1 0 0.0 MORE DIMES DONATIONS-Lcdr, Fred Mohle, Navy representative ;
unfurnished with kitchen for the March of Dimes drive, gives Capt. Edwin R. Hughley, AN, AKA) School;
fRD __._..._ 2 0 0.0
equipment. Applications for these Peck, NATTCenter commanding officer, a receipt for $762. This Charles Wilson, AO1, AOB)
AIM .........___ 4 e 0.0 was the total donation of the Center Dimes drive. Lt. Robert '
units also made School and Gerald GollatUchetk
Engineers .......... 13 0 0.0 can be through Richardson (right) Center e U<*Uon officer for UM eampalra. : ,
department or division personnel witnesses the transaction. AA, ANP) SchooL



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$1,500 Charity :::1:1 Hurricane Hunters All


Carnival Check -.- =- 11 81 Become Members Of Century Club,


To Heart FundThe j Order Of Hiirrinhnnnnrs At VJ-2
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Duval District, American -
:; north
about 10 miles
Heart Association campaign fund
of Jiickftontllle reached the
js $1,500 richer today.A .
IOO"not4'1.... It".
check for that amount was '
the Century Club awards
presented to the local chapter by '
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree ceremonies a com
on'tl'on1 Admiral Lynda I).
commanding officer of the
Air Station, from funds I Commander In Chief
U S. Atlantic Fleet' and
from the 1952 Navy Charity
Allied Commander, At-
nival. on the operation of the
On hand to accept the <:

the presented station recently, was Mr.in was DAvid read.J. Walkinshaw,

of the hurricane hunters,
Daniel, chairman of the
District heart -- commended the squadron for
campaign } .
chair- I : work durlng-the past him I*
season. He presented eight
This year's check to the
Naval :' personnel with good con.
group almost doubled the : at a medals then delivered\ a com-
presented last year and is I tion to squadron! radiomen
third check from Naval ap-
l three officers from Command
proceeds to to local _
go Air Wings, Atlantic Fleet
charitable organizations. Prt
earned the commenda
contributions have gone to for their "high degree of
Community Chest and the
"
n4'4' In' radio opera
Relief Society. The check to
Community Chest, Area ",during.. hurricane reconnaln-

$31,500 I was the largest
/ the majority c>f their
contribution ever made to being sent from high
cal chest drive. |
area they were "al-
e light .
received and errors were
Meanwhile plans are fli Y noted, ImlicHtlng- high
underway for the 1953 of supervision
training,
to be held May 15.16 at the a teamwork.
Air Station. the

Accompanying Mr. Daniel ; E. quartet of men recently aug
the check presentation his the squadrons comple
was Mrs. S. R. Norris, but From Patuxent River came
chairman of the Heart : in James Arnold Jr. Reporting
tion campaign. The two temp from the west end of
group representatives degree Jax was Melvin R. Robin-
their genuine appreciation AEAN, while from Bain-

$1,500 check, declaring, Md. comes SA's William
body in this community is re and Charles J. Welch: ,
to have the Navy's of in

charitable organizations, and ) Ala. !! attending a seven
Heart Association is ( ) Chem course at ATA school,
gratified with this fine his Memphis is Robert J.
bu t ion." : AN,
I ; at proven as "hot" B-29

Air 1 1Returning auto 8n't"h are several VF-174 Hell
Group wood who got in "stick" time
car in Friday while at Sioux City,

it"P .
". an offical short-timer ).

J. Hansen who recently re
orders to inactive duty
))
En. Richfield "Rust Proof Calif.

From CruiseCarrier here the *VC-62. .

tl,
Air Group 1, a Squadron 62's bas
Air Jacksonville unit, is wel team has blown hot and
.
uled to return to NAS Le. during the past two weeks
Field this weekend hos- winning four games and
.. I II II
tour of training duty in I ____ four
Caribbean area. I quintets from south of
have tough
proved
:
Pilots! of the air group ]
VC-62 with three "southern'1
from the carrier USS ,
pinning a quartet of l ls*i>es
Champlain to Cecil Field t locals.
enlisted personnel will be
Cove Springs turned
]loaded fr c+m the carrier when ; ;
Anchors off the .]tatties at back twice, once by a 14
I I margin and again( in a later
port.Only by seven markers.!'! Pat-
air group squadron ( ) ;,I star, I Air Force Base won 71-60
hold competitive !
gunnery i VX-1 edged VC-62 58-56 in
cises the cruise
during was I
final game of the ComFair-
]2's Flying Ubangis. selec basketball tourney.

Lcdr. John Breen, \ ', I Bullard scorched the nets
officer) of VF-12, attained Feb.
those eight amfa'e-
highest mark when he .
better than 25 points per.I
veil above the minimum starts I I welcome mat was! rolled
of hits needed
to garner per recently for Lt. Clare H.
coveted Navy "E" in aerial Will
and Lt. "D" Hunt
nery.As fl'on'Photo School in Pen-
overall the I'
an average as a and Ensign Thomas'; S.
}ng Ubangis came through: in from PIC, Washington,
n "good" in gunnery at 2 dram. .
'
feet. porl tabulation of VC-62's
Other squadrons the to the March cf

vithVF-12aie Fighter sto- !! drive shows that a total of
ron's'13 and 14 and was! collected.
Squadron l 15. days, Richard J. Maylander
.
I bal
the director of the entire
Bill: "Rita, will you come I and I campaign while Jim

later. Right now I'm I songs ,r AKC, and Ken Moritz, AK2,
figure out income tax
my I In the idea for the "day
Rita: "That's just what I Eng ; jars.
ed to see you about- CSC

something wrong with my : i chiropractor is a fellow who
Bill)): "Just keep your coat her paid for what an ordinary
toned and nob dy'll! notice }f-r gen- would get slapped for;

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NAAS Glynco Pilot To I In VA-175 They're Becoming Quite Witty-BOMO's The Reason I I IIn


Get Airship
176 they've gotten quite witty, I with some four or five line ditty telling the pilots to take care.

BOMO'4 the reason, a French safety ditty, I A. typical BOMO concerning deck procedures appeared in a

Training ActivityThe For eight months so far, recent flight schedule",

They're above safety par, e e
Navy will transfer its airship -
"
Consequently they're sitting quite pretty It red:

pilot training: activities from A little literary Ingenuity is paying off In a big way in VA-175 ,We all know a pilot named" BABBIT,

Lakehurst, N, J., to Naval Auxiliary with the creation (*t BOMO. Who comes out of gear like a rabbit,

I Air Station Glynco, Ga., It BOMO is a liberal translation from the French "Bon Mot" One day perhaps, he'll raise wheels" 'stead of flaps

has been announced.The meaning "good word", in this case catchy limericks and short And Babbit the rabbit has had It

shift from Lakehurst, long; poems emphasizing" safety in the air and on the ground. According to Lcdr. Knight, "The Bomo system Is by no means

the site of the airship pilot school, all-inclusive, but by: keeping the pilots' attention focused daily

was decided. on because of better ('Contrite\ by the skipper, Lcdr. ROM Knight, the BOMO's on flight safety, it forms an integral part of the" overall safety

, flyingweather at Glynco, and originally were one line slogans urging observance of safety pre. program. Although I fully realize that by saying this I invite a

more room for future expansion.The cautions. They have since become epics In their own tight, nose-up tomorrow, VA-175 hM had no pilot-caused accidents since

blimp pilot training: program Amateur poets sprang up from every quarter in the squadron, all the advent of the Bomo."

will be a permanent undertaking .
J
: for Glynco, now servingllghterthanair

squadrons and repair j Scouts Presented
crews. Some 250 personnel

are due to arrive from Lakehtirat .,
by July 1, Five blimps are scheduled Flag, Trophies At ,2 a a .a

in the 1
to come along: move. ,

No comment has been made, Membership Fete SALTY HUMOR FROM

however, about reports that the HERE AND THEREA
Navy has decided to hold up moving Presentation of the post flag r

: its 2,000 officer combat information and awarding of various trophies I mule and a jeep stopped on

training center to Glyn.to highlighted the membershipdance I : the road one day and looked at
from Glenvlew, 111. held recently by the Scoutsof %. Oa + each other.
the Explorer Post 131 here. I
I Mule (breaking siience"I'm) : a
At least eight potential members -
horse.! What are you?"
,
submitted their names as : L
local $ s Jeep: "I'm an automobile."
200th Member possible members of the
I both laughed
post. I j Whereupon they !

Joins Ranks Of Present for the presentation of I heartily. _
:
the post's flag and awards was
l/2 Gallon Club Comdr. William H. Lyons, Indus. : I I Judge: (sentencing\ criminal):

Eleven new members were trial Medical officer of the base, I, "Just what good: have you ever

added to the Jax Half-Gallon and officer-advisor\ of the Explorers I done for humanity?"

Club last week, bringing the total Club. I I Yegg: "Well, I keep three or

to an even 200. "It is hoped," stated Comdr.I ,, four detectives working regular

New members in the Half- Lyons, "that more of these social I ly." _

Gallon Club include: activities for young people, will ... .. '-a .' '''-
Chambers Williams, ADAN, be conducted in the near future I' An English lady, self-appointed
RECUPERATES; anyone deserves the nice things in life,
"
Supply. as regularly scheduled events. it certainly is S/Sgt. John Cheleotis of Miami. Here he is shown supervisor of village morals, accused -
Jack C. Boyce, RMC, Comm. Music for the occasion was supplied accepting randy at Naval Hospital here, where he Is recuperatingfrom I a workman of having reverted -
Arthur J. Sinwl, AD1 VC 62. by the Cecil Field Rythm- wounds suffered In Korea. Offeringthe sergeant sweets is to drink because! "with

Charles R. Light, AF1, VC 62. airs Mrs. Edward Olson, Gray Lady. Wounded nine times within a \ her own eyes," she had seen his
short time, Cheleotis was attached to the First Marine division.
.
James Panlpinto, (Civ.), O J wheelbarrow outside a public
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I A R. First Marine Division Vet house. The amused made no defense -
,
R. P. Biackett, (Civ.), OAR. 159 ye ForChief' but that evening placed

A, Cook, (Civ.), Public his wheelbarrow outside her door
Hit Nine Times While Out
Woiks. 5 Rate Carrying and left it there all night.

Edward Mulligan, HM1, Med-

\ical. At CenterSome Mission; Marine Wants To Go Home Pfc.: "My old man used! to doa

Mis. Ethel Perry, Florida .. ._ tight rope act in the circus, but
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Jilt nine times while carrying -1 "
District
Military he got fired one day
15&{1 white hats competedin
resin lighting in October 1952. .
Mrs. Mathilda Homer, Fla. out a combat mission Spt.: "Why"
ratIng
for Chief's
examinations -
While attached to the counterintelligence -
Mil. Dist. It to Marine Pfc.: "He was tighter than the
69 matched wits for second happened a section of the Second
Cpl. James H. Horner, Fla. class, while 104 more are expected and he's here in Jacksonvilleto Battalion, First Marine Division, rope!"

Mil. Dist. to take the E-4 exam Tuesday -. tell about it, Cheleotis wax assigned a missionof
Corporal: "My sister used to
at NATTCenter. He's John Cheleotis of capturing North Korean prisoners -
I S/Sgt ,
work for a magician that sawed
The total of white hats taking Miami, who is recuperating at the for interrogation purposes "
I her in half.
41 AGO StudentsIn the Chief's exam was short of the Naval Hospital here from wounds In carrying out his mission, he
.
Sergeant: : "What did she quit
248 who competed last January.A suffered in the Korean War. was hit by mortar fire, suffering "

Two-Day Visit j jI large number of Navy rates S'Sgt John Cheleotis has been numerous shrapnel wounds. for Corporal? : "She couldn't make ,

will be represented" at the Center, in and out of hospitals since he He was hit nine times during this both ends meet."

I with several unusual ones administered was wounded on the battlefront. mission. While still wounded, he

Aboard Monterey 1 1, including one Torpt'doman'lI I I He was admitted to the Naval administered first aid to a Navy I Marine: "I can't figure out why

Mate, a Machinery Repairman Hospital Corpsman who was try-
at Jacksonville January
Hospital always yell 'Stop' when I
A of 41 ensigns; from the you try
group )
reach him. A mortar
to exploded -
ing
and a Gunner's Mate test I 20 for further treatment of his "
to kiss! you.
Aviation Ground Officer's\ School
killing the Corpsman -
nearby,
.
I .
I injuries Gal: "And I can't figure out
lit NATTCenter were recently
and again wounding Cheleo-
I
flown to NAS Pensacola for a two. A wolf is a man to whom a Us. why you always stop
girl whispers sweet nothing doings TilE 23-YEAR-OLD Miami vet-
day indoctrination aboard the .
i eran felt the brunt of heavy Ko- She fell\ with light sigh into
USS Monterey, a training carrier. HOWEVER, the sergeant ran a
his: arms Her head tilted backward -
While aboard the ship, the ] into a bit of good: luck, being
officers receivedtwo I and their lips! met. She
:young ground
evacuated to the hospital ship
days of on-the-job training turned her head slowly, then
under the instruction of officers r 6 Y Repose within eight hours after spoke softly, "You understand! ,

from NATTC and ship's department his initial injury. don't you, that I'\e never done a

officers J \ o. Cheleotis underwent major j thing! like this before?"
I Ix brain and stomach opeartions, at "My!" her lover marveled,
Phases of study were general -
Naval Hospital, Yogosuka( Japan. "you certainly inherited a lot of
seamanship and the handling
Later he was flown to Naval I talent.I "
of the catapult and arresting .Y I
rtt Hospital, Oakland, Calif. A Purple H_
Lectures in Engineering -
gear Heart, with a told: star cluster
Damage Control, CIC,
was presented to him at that
Communcations, N'avl I ration,
time.
and Aircraft i Maintenance
I His stay !so far at Jacksonville,
aboard ship were also given
he says, has been "A-l plus 4.0," 'I :I
marked the first
This voyage I but "can never be compared with ,1I
day at sea for a majority of the I the 'deep' South." \ '

Ensigns and gave them an outlook / i *
on their future duties aboard 4
aircraft carriers and other operating Let's Get .One!

commands. I A new five-gallon portable

On completion of the short coffee urn that bolls its own {\ :: o ;j'

training cruise, the junior officers water, named "Johnny-on-the-
.......... _0" Spot", should interest Armed CLOWNS AT A Ctk'US
were flown back to the Na-
val Air Technical Training Center CARRIER CIIECK OUT-Robert F. Richard, RD2, of the USS services personnel, who are ARt FUNNY AS NICK

for further assignment i in a Monterey, checks out Ensigns George Erksttin and Edward Fox, noted for their coffee drink- BUT CLOWNS AT THE WMCtl
both .f AGO School at NATTCenter, on operation of the Plot designed
-
lag The urn now being
more specialized school of Naval Board. This on-the-job training is one of the phases of the curriculum AREA PAIN IN THE NECK .
operates by electricity
Aviation. of the AGO School
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to MiamiMiami


rIll. ) s M University utilized first
place in six of ten events last

Friday to hand the Jar Navy

swimming team a 50-34 defeat

for the Fliers fifth setback in as
I':124 many starts.
:
7r Gaining an early advantage on
the strength of victories in the

P 300-yard medley relay and the

With John M. Charvat % 200-yard free style, the Hurri-
canes stayed even through the
Throughout the current Mainside intramural basketball remainder of the meet to gain the

season, which terminates in early March with a playoff be- Mr verdict.

tween the two league champions, individual and team records Dave Carr scored first for the

have been established, adding color to an already glittering Fliers, winning the 50-yard free

I program style in 25.6 seconds over team
I t Searching the official score books of games through last I mate Dick White. Miami's Pres-

i Friday, we made a list of high and low marks in a number ton was a close third.In .

( of categories which should be of interest to both participants' .i the 150-yard individual med-
I and spectators. sWATCH
ley the local's Cal Chamberlin
From Norbert Mudra's feat of scoring a free throw for
} I Disbursing, while in the Special Services lineup, to Gene displayed his prowess, skimmingthe
distance in 1:42. Weatherbeeand
4 McKenzie's 48 point spree in NAUTU's 106-65 loss to VF-22,
Kern of Miami second
the intramural athletes have blazed a flamboyant path well were
and third, respectively.
:worth noting.
\ TEAM RECORDS: Cnamberlin counted again in

Most field goals: 43: O&G against VF.172: VF-173: the later stages, this time in the

against VA-13: and VF-22 against NARTU. .- ---. ..,....'. .. 200-yard breastsroke. He bested
I, Most free throws 22 VF-17.1 against VA-4.r / Buckley and Kern of Miami in
: IT, HERE IT COl\lES-A puzzled look oa the face
Most points, one game: 112, V.-173 against VA.:). of John Hudak, Green Cove Navy battler, as a result of a vicious 2:32.:

Most points, two game. total: 177, VF-173 against right thrown by Jax Navy's Bill Flynn, in a Novice "A" middle Climaxing the meet, the Fliers

VA-15. weight tetto at opening night Monday of the lax Golden Glove 400-yard free style relay team
Most personal fouls 27 Supply against Disbursing. of Dan Hanley, White, Chamberlin -
: : The local fighter copped a split verdict. Jar Navy posted 11 victories
Most points, one quarter: 33, VF-173 against VA-15.: in li flints Monday.Nuvy. and Carr edged the visitors in

t Least field goals: 7, VF-14 against VI'-741. the winning time of 3:46.5.:

: .I Least free throws: 2, VF-44 against VT-741. .

Least points, one game: 16, VF-44 against VP711. Center Basketball
f Least points, two game total: 69, VP-711 ((35): ) Jax Sends 9 Into

f against FAW-11 ((31)). Loop Due ShuffleA
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS:

i Most points: 18, Gene; McKenzie, NARTU, against shake-up was due this week
VF22.Most Golden Gloves FinalsWhen among the top four teams in the

field goals: 20, Gene McKenzie, NARTU, NATTCenter intramural basket-

i 1 against VF-22. the smoke had lifted from the jammed downtown ball circuit as the undefeated

!. Most free throws: 10, John Westlund, Supply, Arena Tuesday night, Jax Navy had sent nine men into the leaders, AE School and AGO
s. against Special Services. School, were scheduled for an
finals of the 10th annual Jacksonville Golden Gloves tournament
Most points, one quarter: 18, Bob Smith, VA13: intensive period of action.
against Disbursing. with seven in the Novice A class to virtually wrap-up Third place Supply was slated

Most free throws attempted : 21, Hill Loretto, X-l, the bauble in that division. for a meeting with AO Ships

against VA-175. Jax Air News' deadline could Company, and the Marines,' cur-
I not be extended to permit publication fighters praise. rently nestled uncomfortably in

VX-1 of Key West won the Fleet Air Jax basketball of final results. However, Bernard Harper, Novice B fourth, were to face AE School.
tournament but couldn't it by this writer that it lightweight, advanced to the finals -
you prove a complete acount of the tourney The Students Electricians and
was the best quintet in the three day meet. wil be given in next week's edi- without entering the ring. AGO School met, with the loser
t After downing Fasron: Six, 58-51, all were anxious to He was slated to go against Willie dropped into second place.

see VC-62 shellack the "southerners" in the finale. tion.The Fliers had a pair of rep- Harp, Wilder A.C The Fliers' ftTANIHMt.S
second entry in Novice B competition T.a. N' I.
{ However, fate delt a strange hand. The Composite resentatives in Novice B competition ,' .. 0
) Squadron trailed all the way against VX-1, and not until where Wilder A. C. of Jax was in the welter class AGO SchlNt 3 0
4 1Personnel
i the waning minutes of the fourth heat were they able to to team where Auggie Marshall traded Supply 2
was expected repeat as
draw at least leather with Crist Jenkins, St. 2 2
( even. champs. In the Open bracket, Jax Medical :I 2
l Al Bullard was VC's only scoring threat. Had Ralph Navy was without a finalist for Pete. AO &hlp.'hool Co. 2 2 3 3
4 Stewart, Bob Sheldon or Joe Law been able to connect with the first time in Novice A. Fighters H.s..t Lt 0 4
many seasons.
any consistancy it would have been a different story. But Southern Florida's squad fromSt. A standout clash in the semi- AlC Metal, 0 5

t the Key West quintet out-hustled and out-thought its foe Petersburg had the upper sent two of the local fighters to- Reporter: 'What shall I say

to triumph, 58-56. hand on team laurels in the lat gether in the Novice A welter di about the two peroxide blondes
vision. Bobby Forest utilizing a
ter class. who had the fight in the basket
FOLLOWIN' THE FLIERS. "Holllywood" Phil Righter Out stinging left jab, gained a unanimous ball game last night?"

\ was a visitor here over the past weekend. The former Jax Carpenter Stands decision over southpaw Editor: "Why, just say, the
An list of 140
entry was on
'> Navy righthander, discharged from the Navy in December, Benny Treider.All bleachers went wild.
his to the southern of the state to do hand for opening night bouts
> was on way part apart Jax-Navy finals were on
in movie depicting the life of Carl Hubbell. He'll Monday. Coaches Tony Farias
T a report tap in two classes. Carpenter met
| to Danville, Va., of the Class B Carolina League, the and Steve :Mayer of Jax Navy Manuel Oliverez and heavy- Wrestlers Host Cecil

I middle of March for spring training. Cager Jim Daly was combined NATTCenter the pick of and the Mainsidein station weight Roy Jefferson drew Jack Tonight At CenterAn
from
t the victim of a shoe thief in Charleston last week. At least Kearns. Flyweight Steve Cronin
assembling their squad to defend attractive seven-match
i the homestanders won something. They were tossed around stepped into the finale without
87-6G on the court. Tom Farias and Steve Mayer, station championships in the NovIce contention, schedued to battle wrestling card has been se-
divisions!
ring coaches, were guests on Fred Shilling's sports program A and Open Nolan 1 Jenkins, Lackawanna cured for station gruntandgroan -

i over WJIIP before the Gloves opened Monday. Lightweight Frank Carpenter Playground. fans tonight, scheduledfor

4 A near flawless exhibition of shooting from the charity loomed as a probable selection as Pat Rosebaum hoed 2000 in the NATTCenter

line was given in the Fleet Air Jax tournament by Pat Clark, the outstanding boxer in the Nov. to reach the finals a of toughrow the Auditorium. The Center's
ice A class. He decisioned team squad will tackle Cecil Fieldin
I) pace setter for VX-1's championship five He was the individual bracket
t leader in the Key West division of the National YMCA mate Marty Denkin in a semifinal Mathew middleweight Pope, Cecil Field.against its first match of the year.

{ free throw tournament this year, dropping 9G of 100 pitches. bout which accorded both MONDAY RESULTS

{ In three tourney games Pat missed only five of thirty-three Novice A Division TUESDAY NIGHT RESULTS

< attempts, which proved to be the margin of victory for his No Novice B DivisionNevle
Monday HolidayFor ...
US-p d dust Frank CarpenterJax
4 aggregation in its last two outings. Art Eisenbrand, a ( Navy TKO ever HOBB| JnaraUrlfflBl B UlvUIea
f' familiar figure around station athletics with VJ-62 of Jax Navy Nine ( ), Marty enki> (Jar Navy 1(7( -pound dUll:. mile. Marnh.ltJax
was "
derliloaed Hobby Glover (I.arkawannaj ( Navy) .0(''''' eat l..rge Morris
i Sanford at the tournament. lIe tallied 16 points in the Photo Although Monday, Feb. 23 is ) John Vol. (Jar Navy) TKO ever (Milder' A.C.).
Talmadic Dllllard (St. Pete). Novice A Division
] Squadron's loss to Fasron Six. a legal holiday for this station, 147-poiad rlarat, Benny Trelder (Jax: 1!'-pound rlMt Ralph Clark (Jax
,. After the finale between VX-1 and VC-62 Coach Walter Navy> knocked oat Howard WItM.I.uk..1 Navy w.. by default trot Billy l.urk
J it won't be for aspirants to the ( >::41 Tanaka (Jar Navy. ) ((05 fin).
/: Minnert of the winners remarked, "We enjoyed playing here Jax Navy nine. Coach Frank "..tI.lo.." Marthall MaaiBrld ((....11 UJ-pvuad rlaaat' Frank CarptBtrrJax
FieldI CarlteB I'nrdne (UrlftU) de-
( Navy) drrlnionrd Marty DrakUJax
very much, and want to thank Mr. Tucker (Lt. Charles McCaffrey announced that the rlnliined Dirk Pail (Jax Many). ( Navy)| Mtanl ()livers (Jav
Tucker ComFair Jax PIO the tourney director) for a grand session of IM-poHd rlamt Hill K1yn Jax Navy) TKO ever Jimmy Kite (Larkawknna .
first practice the sea Navy) dreMoned John lladak (Or*** ).
job. lie definitely deserves a well done.". Jack Piva and son would be staged that date C knocked.vr)1 I Pat ont Doaj Roaebanm Vance(Jar(".. Pete Mary))j Navy Ul-poaad) drrUlonrd rlani Beany Bob Trrldrr Forest ((Jar Jailoopound 1
Carl Molusky, officials of the final setto, had complete con- on Mason Field at 1530. Rob KellocrI. ** Nary) deeialnned Na",..
Hob Brian (Griffin)I Matkew Pope class Pat Ronrbavulac( 1
trol of the game under trying conditions. Coach Raymond With a decided shortage of (.Cecil Field derUloned Jam** SeverJax Navyk) knocked out Shag Hterra (Jac
J. Brown, of Shaw AFB's entry in the Golden Gloves, told ... ( Nary)| Larry Ulmitela (Jar Navy t; .Mathew Pop :(Cecil field) dr.
time before the opener in Nay> deeUloBed Jka Qrlffia (Cam- tloUard Larry Ul..tlllfl. I (Jax Navy).
R this corner, "Special Services here has treated us wonder- March, the locals must utilize d.. C.. High OPKN). DI'ISION''IOp..d Heavywflfkti Hoy JclferaAB (Jac
Navy) woa by drfaclt from Joha
fully. Everything has been done for us in our stay and we every day to weed out an expected elan i Fail Miller fIn Mora. ("k......)r Jack K ara' (Jac
\ Navy) TKO ever Jesse Fair (Shaw Navy) drcUloMd Ted Greene st.
really appreciate it. The Shaw athletes berthed on the station large turnout so that AUB). Peel. (
1 for number of days before and during the tournamentand 17&-p.aBd riant Beaajr Yackio* Open Division
a concentrated attention may be (Wilder A.C.) declote.e.d I.OB ('er.
were fine representatives from what must be a good in- individuals. (Jar Navy George Jareerh (JaxNa : 17Z-p..ad cUoit lUaay Ja kaiWilder
given .,) knocked n& I.e Crlfe (Fer- ( A.C.) TKO over George Ja-
i ,tallation.It. ...411..), I roock (hit :Navy).



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VX-1 Annexes Fliers Face Sternest




Court Fleet Air CrownAmid Jax !,I Test In Coming 10 Days '



If past performances are any indication, Jax Navy's

all the glitter of a king's 18-4 record will receive its stiffest test of the 1952-53 cage

coronation VX-1 of NAS Boca season-seven games beginning tonight over a 10 day span

\ Chica, Key West upset VC-62: y -and it's not out of the question to expect a win in each

on tint!.
of NAS Jacksonville to garner '
Green Cove Springs inaugurates
the toga of the Fleet Air Jacksonville Bcnning, 97-64, and Green- Cove
drive 2000
the stretch at
\\ basketball tourney Thurs. W'1 1 tonight in the Mainside gym. Springs' Bullets 8070.

day night in the Mainside gym. A seven game winning skein
-( : 1 Friday the locals are in Winter
The unheralded Experimental the line Tuesday when
___Park with Rollins College, a re- was on
Squadron rated little chance to t tI''T turn match slated here Monday. the locals clashed with Parris Island

reach the semi-finals after an un- Armstrong Jr. College of Savannah at PI. Previously the Islanders -

impressive 72.42 win over CAG4 will host Jax Navy Tuesday. had dumped Jax Naxy, 78-54

in the opening round triumphed Thursday, Florida State University spoiling a streak of eight consecutive

58-56 in the finale after edg- tackles the Fliers on the victories on the home court.

ing favored Fasron Six, 61-60, the : Mainside maples, while Charleston No score was available at press

previous evening. Navy is visitor here Friday. time.

Ahead all the way until VC-62 Winding up the season Saturday, After gapping four deadlocksin

knotted matters at 46-all in the Jax Navy treks to Pensacola for the first quarter the Fliers shot

final heat, VX-l's Pat Clark drove its second meeting with the Goslings their way to a 52-25 advantage at

under with a crip shot with 45 half-time against the Red Devils
_._, _._
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seconds remaining to provide the of the 508th, and were never
Bullets Here TonightIn
SECURE TilE HATCHES-VX-1 center James Rusk (%1),
winning margin. seems to be closing the scoring lanes as he laces the net against a pair of waim-up tilts last headed in their 97-64 victory.

Rally Falls Short Charles Tucker (10) of vVC-62 in the finale of the Fleet Air Jax week, Coach Frank McCaffrey's Defeat 508th 97-64
cage tourney last Thursday. The Key West five was the victor; Center Ivan the locals
lads the 508th Airborne Larry
by gave
That the Experimental got
gave I 58-56, and will represent this area in the AlrLant meet late this
squadron a 57-52 margin, which : month at Norfolk Regimental Combat Team of Fort trouble in the first heat with

was all it needed. Ei Kimble and five fielders, but big Vince Zoda

Charles Tucker tossed in fieldersin
the ensuing shuffle but the Intramural Play'Curtailed remainder of play, limiting

winners were able to weather the Ivan to six: more points, while

barrage to escape with the title. Jax Navy scored; at will.

VC-62 drew a first round bye In Mainside Cage Loops Held to two free pitches in the

and then slipped by CAG-17, 66- initial quarter, Bob Grabaz open
ed fire in the ensuing stanzas to
semi. VX-1 the
63, in the Against
A period of retrenchment in the Mainside intramural
shackled the first tally 26 points. Jumpin' Dick
VC-men
were league last week saw relatively few .changes in the stand-
half. They trailed 12-5 at the Tate was close on the "Shotgun's"heels
a ings of either divisions as only single games were played
.And 37-23 at halftime.By with 23 points. The pair
quarter Tuesday through Thursday due to the Fleet Air Jax tourna- combined for 19 of 24 charity
the three quarter juncture, ment.
attempts missing two apiece.
VX-l's cut to 44-
advantage was
40. Al Bullard carried the entire All postponed games during ply "edged" Special Services-lst. A point lull in the third quarter
that stretch will be rescheduled
weight of the losers attack mesh- SJ at the completion of the regular i Lt. 90-53. Jack Lucousky counted which gave the Fliers a

ing a dozen fielders and eight season. Dates will be forwarded i 23 points for the league leaders, chance to build an eight point
advantage, was too much for the
charity pitches for 32 points. from the Special Services office seldom failing with his two
Bullets of Green Cove Springs! ,
VC's Fouls Costly to team captains in sufficient hander from long range. Leroy and they became the locals' 18th

Bullard's mates were too erratic time to make playing arrange Wrede canned 19 for the losers. victim of the season, 80-70.

in their defensive work, committing I ments.
M. "
'
< Gus Moran broke a 55-55 dead Rally For Win
22 personals which i and Fasron Six remained
"GO ALL TilE WAY"Capt. Supply .
lock for VF-741 with 25
only Behind the
throughout first
proved to be the difference. VX-1 Howard V. Hopkins, atop their respective circuits,
hit 22 of 31 free throws, while rhief-of-klaff to CommanderFleet both without a loss Trailing I seconds remaining and flipped half until Bob Reinhardt drove
Air Jacksonville, presentsthe I under for a crip shot the buz-
VC-62 connected on only 14 of Supply ((5-0)) in the National: loop through a charity pitch moments as
team trophy to VX-l's Bill
sounded the Fliers
zer
edged
26. The winners were outshot Kirk following the Key Westqulntet's is Fasron 109 (5-1), while in the later to hand 741 a 58-57 defeat. ,
from the field, 2118.Clark's in I ahead 39-38 at coke time. It was
title winning effort American league VF-22 (5-1) is Paul Deslauriers pitched in 30
67-59 after three with
17 points paced the visitors' the Fleet Air Jax care tourney ;, a solid second behind Fasron Six for the winners. Jim Rogers had quarters
last week. "I hope your team Grabaz hitting five of 10 shots
attack. Teammates Bill (5-0)). 18 for the Patrol
all the in tournamentplay Squadron
goes way from the floor. He finished the
Kirk and Harold Eskridge were Capt. Hopkins told the VF-172 Needs OvertimeBob
,
I Hospital breached a 55-52 de- evening with 25 points to tie
good for 11 each. Ralph Steward, floor captain.
Strausbaugh's four points ficit after three periods to defeat Zoda for individual honors.
who had 26 in the semi-finals, I in an overtime led VF.172 to a VF-171 8762. Jim Freeman

was held to 10 for VC62. Loaders Hold Slim 66-65 victory over unpredictable pumped nine fielders and four

Fasron Six, led by Bradley VF-174 Paul Deslauriers paced free tosses for 22 points and Joe Links TricksterAt

Kidd's 25 points, decisioned VJ- Edge I In Keg LoopsVJ2 the losers with 20 points, while Krawczyk collected 19 for Hos-

62, 80-59 in the initial game of Strausbaugh had 30 for VF172. pital. Don Wilson led the losers NAS Course

the tourney. Taking an early advantage Fasron Six No. 1 and VF- It was 60-60 at the end of regu- with 20.

the Fasronites never let 43 No. 1 were making a three lation play. NATIONAL l.rAM-K: :

up as they broke a 34-34 stale- team race of the American cir- For the first time this season Supply Tram W 5 L olHRion This Afternoon \

mate in the second heat to post cuit of Mainside intramural bowl two men on the same squad 109 5 1
after last Fri I Operations :.1 2 Combining more than 25 trick
their only tournament win. ing competition scored 25 points or more, as VA 175 .1 2
day's rolling, while in the National : 4 3 shots with a serious golf clinic
Before the tipoff the starting George Dasher, 27 points, and VJ-2 3: 3VFm :
slim and a line of rapid-flre jokes in
Supply maintains a 3 3
lineups were announced and a Jack Stringer, 25, made it easy
O&R and Personnel Special Stivlre 1 5 an hour and a half show Paul
presentation of the colors made advantage over for VF-22 over O&G, 92-61. Tom Dlsburiin 1 5Xl
1 5 Hahn, a perennial I links favorite
by the Marine Guard. The NAS Northrop counted 32 for the Ordnance AMKBU'AM IKAfil K
.-- Team w f. will give local followers a lookat
band intermission en and five
provided Gunnery
Fanron Six 5 0
some of the most difficult and
tertainment. Capt. Howard V. VK.22 5 1
TWO-BIT CLUB VF-44 and FAW-11 locked VF-44 3: 2 daring shots of all time on the
Hopkins, Chief of Staff, Com- horns in the first half with nei- VP-741 3 3 NAS
greensward this afternoonat
in the TwO-Bit Hospital 3 3VF.171 :
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville,1awarded Membership ther giving an inch: before the 3 3 1630.
the team trophy to Club Mainside's intramural NARTU 2:1:
Fighter Squadron took charge in F'A W.11 2 3
Bring Your TeethIt
coach Walter Minnert and cap scoring lodge, was extendedtwo the second heat to win 77-50, ina O&f1' 2 4
\ .174 2 :5F172
tain Bill Kirk after the game. last week. breeze. \ 1 4 will be the first in a seriesof
t new cagers I .5 three exhibitions, the remain
Paul Deslauriers, VF-174, can- Madden, Mannlx Connect
der to follow this month and ear-
Golfers Defeat ned 30 points and George Fasron 109's Bill Madden Spero Rolls// 265, I ly March which will bring other

Dasher flipped through 27 for matched buckets with Bob Sterns I Breaks The Bank top flight golfing stars to the sta-

Patrick At CocoaHigh VF-22 to gain admittance.In and Dave Opsal of VA-175 in the tion in an effort to bolster the
wen' Dave Spero, BM3, Barracks
second half to give Fasron a Membership Drive
currently underway -
winds and fast greens at addition Jack Stringer earned 73-64 decision.Madden's MAA of 912, broke the bank .

Cocoa, Fla., last Saturday kept VF-22, was over the hump for the last Saturday on the Mainside
scores above par as Jax Navy's the second time as was VF- 23 points was alleys with a 265 to collect a Included on the program is the

varsity golf team downed PatrickAir 172's Bob Strausbaugh. Tom individual high, with Bruce Bchr I tidy $27.40. He tuned up with famous "William Tell" shot in
18 and Mannix 13.
Force Base, 22>,,.13',. Northrop, O&G, used a 32 collecting games of 126 and 214, then put which Hahn will drive a ball
to enter again. Sterns and Opsal had 16 and 15, from a tee held in the teeth of a
Team captain Bob Wallace, point spree I together eight i consecutive
respectively. volunteer.
number two man on the squad, McKenzie ROSTER NAIUU SUF.ETGene : 48, 26, 25 strikes to cash in for the jack
741 Bumps Reserves I No Admission
was medalist with a 72, carding BobSmith.point. VA-4V: 40. 31. 26 points.Dave pot. ,
three birdies on the front side and Sugar. VF-173: 36 point NARTU was over-powered by Play opened Monday with This afternoon's show is opento
Don McLraf, Operations: 36 points. VP-741, 79-52, as Jim Rogers andLarry all personnel aboard the sta-
one on the back. Stan Kolweiz- Tom Northrup, OG:; 32 28 points. Special Services donating the
Bob: Strausbaugh, VF-172: !; : Rossow collected 15 each tion. No admission will be charged
eke paced the Patrick aggregation first $5, on another round of
with a 76. Mac Joiiei. \1-2:10: : point for the Patrolmen Gene McKenzie "Break the Bank" competition, and guests are invited. Con-
Paul 1)ellaurlera.'F.l 4: 30 points tinued of the local
and Dub Shuman combined support course
Individual scores of the local Jack Stringer VF-22: 29. 23 point I. slated to terminate March 15.
Erwin Scott 79 Herb Bill Bailey Fairon Six: 27 polnU. to mesh 35 points for the Re- by an Increase; in memberships!,
quad were ; Dave Opsal, VA-173: 27 points. All station bowlers are eligible -
Herres 80; Ken Sutton, 80; Ed George Dashre VF.22: 27 Bolntl.Lerov serves. with only a 10 cent fee per will provide more adequate facil-
25Nl :
Wrede, 5.S.lit Lt.i the issue i in doubt until ties and through the
With programs
Barnes, 80; Pep Younce 81; Bob points, line required.
Foxx, 85; and Pete Gardner, 86. Baughmsn V1M71: 25 poInt. the second minute of play, Sup- coming .ea<()n.




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Items offering for sale article :

of property such as washing; -

machines, automobiles, furniture, ;

radios, clothing and the like ate sS
prohibited by Defense Department NAS personnel plus one stood]

emulations.. This column will, at attention on, the parade ground"I

however, list such services as Saturday for Captain's inspection*

available housing, rides wanted
'The "plus one" was Schenley
and lost and found articles or other #
the W ve's. canine mascot Schen--.
similar notices).
ley had been given strict orders

FOR RENT not to attend because the morn.

Finn. 2 rm. apt. Five Points, 722 Ing was cold and the dampness

Lomax St. Ph. 83867. might have Impaired her health
..
Furn. 2 rm. apt. 3559: Belwood.Ph. i $ut shortly before Captain Mc.

86821. Mrs. Cason. Caffiee arrived and while everyone .

Furn. 3 rm. apt., 2031 Herschel t stood silently In their places,
Mrs. H. S. Griffin who should come bounding across

Furn. 2 rm. apt. 1321 Laura. Ph. the field towards the formationof

5-0170. Miss Hiatt. Waves but Schenley. She ran

Fuin. 3 bdrm. house 1906 Hamilton up and down the ranks, waggingher

St. $75 mo. Mrs. Roberts.Ph. greetings' to each of the

2-3450. A Waves. The inspection could begin

Furn 2 rm. apt. $45 mo. Ph. 2- at anytime now for Schenleyhad

1584. Mrs. A. J. Larson. arrived.

Finn. 3 rm. apt. Ph. 88-8441. Mrs. L :> Even though.Schenley has had

O born. 2201 Water St. I ow." ,.,.......... n..H.N"V". _' 't .. _-_'_ her liberty card taken away from

FUI n. rm. Ph. 8. M5. Mrs. Stin- I VALENTINE DANCE-The little fella with the bow and arrow spread his cheer at the St. her for two weeks because she

son, 1516 Aberdeen, $10 week Valentine's Day dance sponsored by the Waves at Mainside last Saturday. Music by the NAS disobeyed orders, she doesn't seem
Furn. 8 rm. apt. Mis. W. Cowart, I "Jumping Jax" Band, colored streamers and decorations set the festive scene at Mainside auditorium to mind too much. She has never
where Sailors, Marines, Waves and guests joined In the celebration.
2636 Myra St. Ph 78516. .1 __ missed an inspection as long Rill
Furn. bdtm. apt. W. Collins Rd. I / Training she has ben the Wave's mascot
Frogmen
New Director For and after all--the band was play.
$50 mo. Mrs. J. B. Sadler. Ph. LETTERS TO THEEDITOR
I In the next 1JL. weeks, fourteen
and her Wave's to
1123244. All Saints Choir ing wen going (
officers and 59 enlisted men will
march in review. *
Fut n. room Mrs. Taylor. 6623 been
has
Dorothy Houghton
Stewart Ave. Ph. 8-4055. I undergo one of the most_ rigorous .
Choir
selected Director of All
Furn. 2 rm. apt. 5 Points. 722 Lo training schedules in the Armed Everyone is talking about the
Saints Chapel Choir. Invitations
max. Mrs. Skipper, Ph. 83867. Forces as trainees, at the amphibious -are extended to all to St. Valentine's Day dance, sponsored
Furn. Guest rooms. 2601 Park\ Ph. Saturday by ,the NAS
base In Little Creek, Va. These attend.Choir Rehearsals on
82770. Mrs. S. Houston. Dear Editor: Waves. The general comment was,
selected from various fleet Tuesdays and Thusdayi at
Fuin. 3 rm. gar. apt. $85:' mo. 2601 Could we have some poetry? men 1830. "Terrific let's have more!"
Pi ik. Ph. 8-2770. Mrs S. R. units are In training to become
The "old masters" have writ The first Wave Reserve to ship

Hoimton.Finn ten many an inspirational ode, members of the Navy's underwater over into the Regular Navy at
duplex. 2984 Green St. $65. demolition teams, or frogmen. NAS, Jax since the Korean War
and there will always be new ly- .
Ph. NAS Ext. 512, or 8-4447 t started is Lucy Mae Knox who

evenings, Mrs Hester. ric craftsmen creating worth Baseball SchoolContinued re-enlisted Monday for 6 years.

Fuin 4 rm apt. $60. Mrs. Hunter while poetry appealing to a lot There are tiskets and ta&kets,

1110( Riviera St., South Side. of people. Perhaps we have a few ( from Page 1) but more Important, baskets Especially

Furn. 3 rm. apt. Riverside, Ph. poets right here on the base. hands of the City Recreation de- for the Wave's basketball

7.4788 or 78223. Mrs. Dodd. partment, to be disseminated to team which gathers for a game
In these days of uncertainty, a
Finn 2 rm. apt. Springfield. Mrs. Is most various playgrounds. Applica- with St. Lukes tonight at Jack.
little lift of the spirit
J. L. Flynn Ph. 6-7876. tions will be available at Special son Gym. The team will make
welcome to all of us. Many timesa
Fuin. apt. $85 mo. Ph. 21397. Services, Building 930, for Navy Much improved this week !is two points for each Wave attend.
be it amusing or serious,
Mr R. F. Evan, 2727 Oak St. poem, dependents. Closing date for entries Jack Mann, son of Comdr and ing to cheer them on. The bus
does the trick
Unf urn. 2 tm. apt. Ph. 2-7216. Mis is Feb. 28. Mrs. R. L. Mann, who is confined will leave in front of Barracks
La. Grande.: We hope you will find a cornerin to the Naval Hospital after a recent 722 at 1845.

Un(urn. 5 room upper flat. Spi ing- the Jax Air News and we Eligible are boys who have operation. Off the sick list .

field. Ph. 67876. have signed this letter to give reached their 12th and not yet and back to work this week are The Hospital still shelters some

Couple wanted to share home with you an idea of how many of' us their 16th birthday. Camp direc- John A, Eckels, Design Division; of our shipmates, They are, Jean

lady. Mrs W. O. Milton 2951 would enjoy it. tor this year is Lcdr, Richard John Vinyard, Technical Services; LeBlanc, Bertie Morgan and Joy

Remington St. Ph. 88-7864. Signed: Donahue, Special Services officer Virginia McLaughlin, Work Measurement Rogers from NAS. Jewel Cunn,

Unfurn. 4 rm. apt. Miss Herring The Waves ((60 of them). while Frank McCaffrey is ; Louise Bragg, Transportation Doris Quinn and Cherie Kidd front

627 Edison Ave. Ph. 43248. again head coach. and Lt. jg) David W. NATTCenter.

Couple) to share home with widow Dear Waves: Although no( definite announce- Malvin, Utilities 'Superintendent. Welcome aboard to seven who

Ph. 2.3808. Mis. Dorman. Poetry you want yet! There Is ments have been made, officials Mildred Bruno of the Time Section have logged in at NATTCenter

FOK SALE an old saying, "Poetry fettered, reveal that efforts will be made. has departed to wait out from Bainbrldge. Included ate:

}Iou Me Trailer 1952 Nashua 1636 fetters the human rue" Far again to bring major and minor : theM last few weeks in infantici- Lola Eastman, M a x I n e Stams,

Flagner Ave. Mis H. B. Merner, be it from the Jax: Air Newsto league players, managers, coaches pation. A newcomer I is expectedIn Mary Milot, Anne Waldron, Caro

Jr. hold back the Intellectual and representatives to appearat their horn the last of March. lyn Mitchell, Daileen' Estampa and

:2 bdi'm. bungalow. Will sell equi- progress of its readers. We the local camp. We welcome Loretto Moraski Into Claudette Carpenter.

ty on G.I. loan. 1066 Detroit have a few poets on the staff, Such major and minor league the Department who replaced Those who stepped aside to give

Circle W. Call M/Sgt. Blanton, but believe me, that kind of figures as Tris Speaker, Chief Irene Sturgill formerly of the Mail them room are: Carol West and

Ext: 8101 or 8435 NATTCenter. poetry you won't like. Bender, Mickey Cochrane, John File Section. Irene is now work Maureen O'Biien who were transferred

1 MIS( EI.LANFXH'SIxwt We shall beckon to your "Hans" Lobert Bill Terry, Clyde ing in the Record Section. Mary ,to Pensacola, Fla.; Eva.

: .Brown plastic wallet on station wishes and hold open space for Sukeforth, Andy High, Eddie Smith 1 U also welcomed Into Public lynne Lojacano to Lakehurst, N,

possibly Mainside movie, poetry. However, we will re* Joost, Joe Coleman, Lou Btissie, ) Works. Mary has been assigned J.; Betty Schutzler, Mary Baker

Cellerup Bks. No. 545.: serve the right to limit the Elmer Valo, and Carl Hubbell, to the Time Section. Helen Flippo, Dorbthy Lamont,

Baby Sitter 1775 Hamilton. Mrs. size and amount. Shall we be have made appearances at the local Lt. Alan Gault, CEC, reported Barbara Hauss and Beverly Scott _

Addict. _Ph n. _-_vv.. fin?-Editor. camp. aboard Feb. 16. who were transferred to Memphis
Baby Sitter. Day or night. Miss Tenn

Joyner Ph. 2-9502. 2120 Her. (Editor's Note: All letters to At NAS Helen Grubber Wall
I AH RITA-"Come on in,
schel St. the editor must be signed. We will transferred to Lakehurst, X J.
Baby Sitter. Mrs. Dodd. Ph. 7- not print the names if the writ the water's fine," suggests and Trudy Paiascondola was sent
Rita Hayworth In a
4788 or 78223. er so desires. However, they lovely to Pensacola for six weeks.
Riders wanted to Miami this week must all be signed. We have one pose that will warm the .

end. Lv. Fri. Ret. Mon. Ext. on our desk now from a Navy blood of any aquatic follower
216 or 8184. or for that matter,
housewife which lacks a signa Can RegisterContinued
who looks at her
Driving to San Diego March 11. ture. We will print it the mo anyone
I The red-haired beauty can ( from Page 1)
Riders wanted. Contact J. R. ment we learn who the sender
be currently seen in Colum- Final determination of coursesto
Hogan Ext. 8163 Is.)
I bia's "Salome." be offered will be made by the
.
Driving to New York City. Riders. t
Extension Division of the Univer
wanted. Lv. on or about 1 Mar. Servicemen InvitedTo >1:.... n'-.-..-
sity of Florida on the basis of
Call Lt. Schaub, Ext. 8237. ". "....," Yw k
'" preliminary .
St. Luke's DanceAll registration.The
Ride wanted. 37 W. 11th St. to
individual enrollment fee
IRD Bldg. 907. Ext. 483 or 3- servicemen are invited to
for each course is $1600, to be
3090, Mr. Bussey. attend a Senior Class Dance to
at the first class session.
paid
Found: Parker pen near Hospital be held tonight at the National
Each student is to
required
Navy Exchange. Mrs. Av- Catholic Community Service Clubat pur-
chase text books.
era, Red Cross Ward A-2, Ext. 420 Newnan St. The dance, necessary
, 8119. sponsored by St. Luke's Hospital, All military personnel and their

Driving to Atlanta, Feb. 21 or 22. l I. from 2000 to 2330. There will dependents and all civilian employees

Dr. Rundles, Naval Hosp. Ext. be refreshments and door prizes rii2i are eligible- to attend these-

'0. with the charge 50 cenU course