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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1953
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'. 'It t Wasn't A Rabbit"


m' < Mate, Have You Ever Heard The Story Of Williams And The Bear? ;

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You've )heard of the story of Goldilocks and the bears! jackrabbit should dart out in front of me, I would never be the I
Well, we have one for you, only it's called "Williams and the same." Just then his foot landed on something soft. In that instant I

bear." Williams flying through the air with the greatest of
But to Otho Williams, AM3, of the station Fire and Crash was ,
Unit, "it ain't funny." ease, finally landing against a tree, shaken, but definitely.

Goldilocks had nothing on Williams who literally "ran across"a .
bear and lived to tell about it, Retaining his senses, Williams recognized the form of a big I
bear lumbering off through the woods. Then he realized what a
Williams' with a group of fellow workers was .on a night close call he had! I
rt grass fire fighting(: mission in the vicinity Blanding bomb tar What was the bear doing there The blazing woods fire apparently
get range. After putting out the fire, the crew decided that the had driven the bear into hiding in a spot' close to the
worst was at an end. All agreed to head back toward the main ground to offer protection from the heat.
road where they left their truck. Now Williams will probably never have a bear rug in his
On the way back Williams was heard to remark that, "If a den, but frankly, it's okay with him*!
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t! VOL-10 No. 45 U. S N A S. Jacksonville, Fla 26 February 1953 J ChamplainAnother

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82 Students expansion of Naval: activities

\j I in the Jacksonville area was

UP.UP UP -You've seen Finish jI recorded hat week when the
many pictures of new jets In College Navy announced that NU'alAuxiliul'
vertical rlimb. Here, one of'C.6Z'1Ii '
landing Field i I
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F2II-2P Banshee
photo
jets offers proof that some of Study HereIt's V I Mayport' has officially )been

the. older models still have left t y .designated as the liome port
a little get UP and. to.Exchange graduation time for approximately of the II'nvatta'k carrier
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82 military and civilian USS Lake Champlain ,

AtMainside personnel who are completing 16 With the change of home port
weeks of college extension credit .t a number of the chip's complement

courses given 'here this past se of officers and enlisted men

mester. will move their families! to the
To Extension courses are offered s + ir- Jacksonville area.

through the cooperation of the To Operate Locally

General Extension Division of Most of the future continental

I Florida, located at the University United States operations of the

Be Re-Opened I of Florida. It is possible to obtain Lake Champlain will now bta

'college credit for courses (yl conducted from Mayport where

Mainside's Navy Exchangewill factorily completed. satis"I I docking facilities are. availablefor

be located in the newly ceive grade reports from the speedy, efficient loading and
tension Division, and a copy of off-loading of air
remodeled Building 27 begin group planes,
ring Monday, March 2. the report goes into the student's .____n..wy_ _, _" '" _"' _"'__ .__ __ _._..... personnel and equipment.

Capt. Burnham C. MrCaffree, record. I HEY LOOKEE HERE!-Typically curious, this lad peers into While operating in the Jack
commanding officer\ of the Station Can Register Now I I the tailpipe of a single-engine jet fighter plane aboard the USS sonville area( the carrier will be
will cut the ribbon tape at Preliminary legislation for the I Bennington (CVA 20) during open house at l\1aport Sunday. under the operational commandof
0815 to officially the new next semester has been underway 1 I Aircraft and equipment displays were prominently exhibited Hear Adm. O.Nborne B. Hardi-
open
at the NATTCenter Education aboard the carrier which played host to hundred of visitors during
son, Commander Fleet Air Jack
store. Capt. Norman A. Helfrich, house.
Office Building 500, since last open f
sonville.
NAS Supply and Fiscal officer, -- -
and other officials will attend the week Military personnel and I Deadline April 15Announce No Stranger lIere-
their dependents, and civilian I The Lake
special ceremony Champlain, a carrier
employees of the Station, are eligible -'
Business hours will begin at of the Oiifrkany class, has been a
to take courses, and may ;,t frequent visitor in the Florida
0330, and customers will find all
Sixth ND
register through tomorrow, Feb.i
departments housed in the re waters in recent months conduct.
27 the deadline date for
preliminary :
ing exercises with
modeled building, except the Uniform squadrons and
Shop"Due to limited space, registration. I units of Fleet Air Jacksonville

this shop will remain in Building Courses Listed I Originally commissioned in
Morals
3, topside. I Registration for the following j j Essay ContestA June of 1945 the Lake Champlain

courses may be made in personor engaged:: in brief flight t operations

by calling Extension 8388: and then served as a troop trans.
THE EXCHANGE closed yesterday I ...
Morals Essay Contest for personnel within the Sixth
for inventory, and will remain Freshman English 101 and. 102, ) port in the Navy's "Magic Car
General Psychology, Basic Mathematics Naval District is now in progress.
closed until Monday morn pet" operation of returning troops
ing. Officials have announcedthat 105 and 106, Educational Eligible are Navy and Marine from the European theatre at tha

this period is needed for Psychology, Housing and Home Corps personnel stationed within I I PERSONNEL stationed at.com- war's end.

moving depaitments. However,, Ownership, Personnel Manage the Sixth Naval District, which mands here should submit essays Commissioned a second; time on

personnel will be able to purchase ment, Personality Development, embraces all command at NAS to Comdr. John'J. McGowan, senior September 19, 1952 the Lake
and Speech I I Champlain then became an'fntt"g.ral
cigarettes!' until Saturdaynoon -
station
Jacksonville. Personnel need not chaplain, by April 15.
The individual enrollment fee
fighting unit of the United
at the Western Union deskin
Essays will be forwarded to the
be within the district at the time
for each is
course $16.00 se I
per States Atlantic Fleet.
Building 3, or shop; at the Hos ] district by May 1.
mester. Each student will be the'
pital and NATTCenter stores. required essays are judged, but must --- ----
to purchase necessary text !, be in the district at the time essays Those who entered the local
books. I I are submitted Morals Essay Contest last fall can PUBLIC WORKS CITED
CLOTHING for kiddies, toys
----- obtain their original ,
essays
FOR PARTICIPATIONIN
for infants, and sewing equipment
which are now on file in Comdr.McGowan's ,
have been added, and will BLOOD PROGRAM
office. These
be expanded during the coming : will be sent to the district essays com- Congratulations have been
; ; .
months. Also
available
is
a com : petition, on request of the author tendered to one department of
plete line of Hallmark cards for or may be rewritten if desired. the Naval Air Statlon-for Its

all seasons and occasions I- fine participation to the Armed
Some shelves will be filled withmen's Forces Blood Donor ,
Program
IT IS stressed, however, that
civilian clothes, including
those who did not enter the local Capt. Burnham C. McCaffiee,
spring shirts, swim trunk, summer
y contest are still eligible for the commanding officer of NAS, ina
slacks underwear ties, socks
district competition.The letter to Comdr Richard L.
and loafers. Women's wear will
Mann, Public Works officer,
feature a full line of swim suits, essays are to be from 300
cotton skirts, summer blouses, to 500 words on any subject in I noted the Public Works department's -

sportswear, handbags, lingerie the field of morals and religion wholehearted response -

hose! and cosmetics. I ? I which have a bearing upon the to the program.

Records, luggage, cameras, lives of the men in the service. The letter, in part, reads:

hardware lamps, toiletries, cigar. Appropriate prizes will be 'The regularity: with which

ettes, candy, stationery, and magazines awarded the ten best essays, and the Public Works departmentmeets
will also be located in 1 the leading papers will be published its quota at the Blood

Building 27. Some of these departments in a bulletin issued by the Bank indicates that you have
will be self-service. I District I thoroughly indocti''rated personnel

"Woody" Sumblin manager of in your departmentwith

.the Mainside store has announced .. ,. -" ..._ III WEATHER OUTLOOK the Importance of this pro

that additional merchandise, I REGISTER FOR COURSES-I With tomorrow the deadline for Friday Scattered showers, gram, and that a continuingdrive
including spring and summer preliminary registration for seer nd semester college extension cool. Is made to encourage ev

items, is on order and will be received I, courses, Guido Nicola, DK3, (left), and Tommy Thompson, YN3, Saturday Clearing skies and ery man to do his part. I con
and stocked in the coming call at the NATTCenter Educatlo n office to get full Information gratulate you and: your entire
weeks. I from Cyril Smallwood, PNC, reel strar. Courses in the off-eampus cooler. department on this fine( work."
study are eipected to start the II rat week io March I Sunday-Clear and coot,



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Palle Two JAX AIR NEWS 26 February 1953 I



-DIVIDING- YOUR ATTENTION l Starboard Landing Gear Fails; I


JflXfl.J11Ui8 MULTIPLY YOUR TROUBLES Pilot Makes It On One WheelGrandpa


Pettibone would on one wheel until the hook

-. Published every Thursday for Navy activities at- Naval Air have wholeheartedly.approved engaged the chain.
Station Jacksonville '
,
FixNAS of the forced landing made by
Jacksonville Once engaged, he slid on the
Capt. Burnham C. MfCaftre* _Commanding Officer Ensign Witvoet of VF-34, a wheel and his starboard
Comdr. James II._Arm$ fwig. _.Executive officer/ unit of Commander Fleet Air wing
,v he brought his tank until the plane slopped
e Fleet Air Jacksonville Jax, when
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hnrriisnn _,.Commander F211.2 Banshee down on the The only injury to the aircraftwas

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ._--.__._ Chief of Staff NAS strip Tuesday with half a damaged wing tank.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven a a .
working.
his landing
Capt. Arthur S. Born Commander gear
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton. ____Chief Staff Officer ,I Part of a three plane ferry SO SUCCESSFUL was the
I Naval Air Technical Training Center I II II hop from VF-34 to VF-22, Wit landing, due to the pilot's han-

. Capt. Edwin R. Peck ,... _._._Commanding Officer I II voet was to land second in the dling of the plane and the

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_.__...-_ Executive Officer ---- -----I flight when he discovered his availability of the arrestinggear

Naval Hospital starboard landing gear would that it was flown back to
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton _. '.. _..._. Commanding Officer Hranch 126 FRA all Cecil Field the
L Capt. T. F. Weinert__......_.. .._ .Executive Officer n't come down. After trying next day.
r" NARTU Greets New Members emergency procedures to no Ensign Witvoet's only comment

f Capt. Easton B. Noble. ._Commanding Officer avail, he was advised; to try a was, "The damage was
Branch 126, Fleet Reserve Association -
Executive Officer
Comdr. Trusso.
f Anthony landing slight due to clear heads in
initiated six new memo *
f The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Natal Air tatlon.. bers at the last regularly sched- Operations, an alert ground
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially with non-appionriatod funds WITH HIS port wheel, nose crew on the line and the excellent
and I In with NAVKXOS uled meeting. All MX new memo
at no expense to the government compliance igj"Rthv?
Nov.- 1-M3. Coplet are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air t bers wheel and tail hook down, Wit advice given me by Lt
' Naval Air Restive Training UnIt Naval Air Station Cecil .Held and the U. S.f' are attached to the AEA( ) voet came within 100 feet of Hugh Tate of the flight test
Naval UofpiUL School at NATTCenter.The .
,( Editor-Andrew II, Planey new members include the field arresting cable be- division of O&R, my wing man
i Staff Members: Marge Fuscoo, JOS; Ed Henderson, PNSN; Ann fore letting the wheel and who coached me while I was
Hearil JOSA; Mildred Mueller, SA; Vivian Knox, SA; John Char- George Stokes, AEC; T 'Sgt. William hook touch. He kept the plane still in the air"
" sat, AN; Helen Harper. Richardson; Harold Ross,
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member or the Armed Forces Picas Service. AE1 ; Calvin Blansit, AEI ; Michael -
. AFPS material appearing In this publication may not \\! '
the Milttcn permission of Armed Force Pleas Sentce.\ Republication of other Chalus, AEC and William
matter except by wrvlce publlcalloni. It prohibited without permission or Pass, AEC. Navy Adds 10 New Ratings
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. ;
t Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions I Ii. I
A little
said
boy to his father,
I i. 1184 and 216. "Papa will you please explainthe '

difference between Capitaland Kills 20 Combines Others
j .
)
f 1" DIVINE) Labor?" ,

his father replied, "If you lend I A revision in the Navy's rating structure has been an-

\SERVICES)' I I money-it's Capital-and when '! nounced recently by the Chief of Naval Personnel. Ten new I

you try and get it back-it's labor -: ratings: will be added while twenty ratings will be deletedor ]

I Protestant I !" combined with others.

0830-All Saints Chapel. I Several ratings will be abolished

0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. and others will be combined to

0930Sunday School. meet the changing needs of the

1045-All Saints ChapeL service as a result of the finding

" (This fa the irth( <'It a series oftrtMea Catholic of the Rating Structure Board.

" dealing with new go\'ern- 0800-0900-1000 Mass, St.. Ed. Action necessary to make the

/Io'Ht of/ic'inla. I ward's Chapel. changes in the rating structure

A successful New Yoik attorney 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. will be held up temporarily
pending development of transfer
\ and a former chairman of Mormon I
the Republican National Committee 1930 -Tuesday NATTC \Jhap- procedures and qualifications for

Herbert Brownell)!, Jr. fulfillsone lain's office. advancement in rating.
.
a
of President Eisenhower's top Christian Science i
i cabinet positions Attorney General 1900 Tuesday NATTC Chap- Three new general service ratings -

1. of the United States. I lain's office.Meeffng to be included are: Guided
Missileman Aviation Fire Control
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., Born in Peru, Neb., Feb. 20.
TilE PAINLESS WAV-The Moral Guidance Technician and Aviation
Program Is showIng ,
with BA I
1904, he was graduated a
results at NATTCenter as can be seen by the sign posted on Guided Missileman, Printer and
degree from the University of Ne- Friday To a door at Building 500. The sign, which quotes the four natural Aviation
Electronicsman be
Form Teen-age ClubA virtues, Justice, Prudence, Temperance and Fortitude, caught I will
the eye of those entering!:: the building; Beverly Bucholz, PN3, deleted and combined with Lithographer

, "" Teen-Age Club is in the points out the sign as Kill Frick, YNSN; John Kock, rNA and and Aviation Electronics -
p 4 Roy Smith, PSA2er(\ to right) take note I
Technician
offing here at the Naval Air respectively. Du-
Station. No Stirring Of Brimstone ties of sailors qualifying for these;

Parents of teen-agers who rates are just what is implied bY'

a are interested in having a special the titles
Unique Morals Guidance
building or area on the Program Six new ratings added to the

base where their children may emergency service rating struc

participate in games, athletics, Makes Men Think For ThemselvesNATTCenter ture are: FTA-Fire Control Technician -

hold dances and other functions I A (automatic directors);
are invited to attend a Chaplains under! the direction of Chaplain Milton j FTM-Fire Control Technician M
G. Kuolt, have originated of the I
one
meeting in Building 502 Friday most unusual and enjoyable (manually controlled directors) ;
moral guidance programs to be found in the Naval
Service. FTU-Fire
Control
at 1900.Teenagers! Technician U
from 14 to 17 The moral guidance program, a ,,, -- -- (underwater); FTG-Fire Control

, are also invited to attend this command function for all the I month lion. to each member of the tec- Technician G (missile guidance

' J initial meeting. Armed Forces, is attended by' all I systems); DCA-Damage Control-

; InlmERT-JntOW:NEI.L, Jlt.t. personnel of the Center. Each person Personnel are greeted on arrival man A (ABC defense); and Avia-

Attorney General the 1948 presidential election he in the Center regardless of with a few clarifying statementsas tion Boatswain's Mate (airship
t. II rate, will receive 12 lectures rigger). No designation has been
was campaign director for Mr. pro to why they are asked to at-
raska in 1924. Three years later
detemined
[ is credited with ratedon a monthly basis. for the last rate.
if lie was graduated with i honors'I'om 4 Dewey. He responsibility tend. They are told that it is to .
*
i for much of President Each section leader be *
the Yale Law School I has Instructions a planned lecture series and
Eisenhower's successful from \ not a committee One new exclusive emergency
.i i campaign department heads to for grievances.It ,
I for election. (AFPS). > schedule at least one lecture per all boils down to an honest, service rating established by the
t Admitted to the bar in New __ __ sincere effort of the chaplains to board was that of Chaplain's Assistant -
York in 1927, he later the
joined
get a job done and to do it which will replace NPW
law firm of Lord, Day and Lord. as (chaplain's assistant An abbre-
II )
cy. Half Gallon Club Has 2181 pleasantly and MS painlessly as
He has served as general coun- possible.The viation will be announced later.
.. 81 for the American Hotel Association The
The ranks of the Half Gallon NATTCenter emergency service rates!!
Morals
Guidance
and the New York I W. T. Grondin, KM2, Sub Group that will be combined with other
Club with 18
are steadily growing Program, in brief
is this
:
State and City Hotel Associations. 3. rates
are: MateT
TMT-Torpedoman
new members added. A total I Chaplains are trying to channel
E. M. Horne AO1 Fasron (mechanical) to be Incorporated -
membership of 218 is reported by 6. ideas of an assembled group of
In 1932 Mr. Brownell was elected the Armed Forces Blood Donor D. P. Flarley, AN, Special Serv- I service personnel into a clearer, as TMT Torpedoman Mate T
to the N. Y. State (steam/
Assembly mechanical) TME-Tor-
ices. f
Center, located in the NAS In more concise, view of morality as
serving five terms and becoming pedoman's Mate E electrical
)
firmary. Forest G. Smith ATI, Fasron 6. pertaining to any individual servo (
Its majority leader. He was also and TMS-Torpedoman's Mate S
New members include: Ralph M Gordon, AOC, NATT iceman or woman concerned. Thatis
vice chairman of the (special )to be
N. Y World's Kingston G. Wolf, O&R. Center. the task combined at TME-

,f Fair Commission.. Robert C. Pitt, GMSN, :Sub William P. Garraway, AF\N, Torpedoman's electric drive).Mate E (special

Group 4.Lester. VP5. This unusual job is handled in
As manager for Thomas E. R. Smith, O&R. MOM L. ---- ---
,I Brown, AD3, VP16. an unorthodox way. The old think for themselves. Let them
Dewey, Mr. Brownell was instru- William E. Smith, SN, Com- J. C. Fronko, AA, Special Services methods of holding a captive au- elaborate their
on ideas and then
mental in Fr. Dewey'i successful FairJax. dience
completely ailent while
gal- try to tactfully guide the ensuing
campaign! for New York Governor W. B. Levert, MR1, Sub Group 3. Richard A. Cote, AN, NATT lons of brimstone is stirred by the discussion to the desired channels.So .

in 1942. H. V. Lanier, AOC, NATTCen- Center moderator for the eternal good is far the psychological approachhas

Named chairman of the Repub- ter. R. P. Bracket, O&R. a far cry from the methods used paid off big dividends for both

Jlcnn National Committee In 1941, H. G. Wiegenstein, AOC, NATT- Richard A. Jensen, AK3, Fas by these men. the people and the Chaplains attending -
lie resigned that pot in 1946. In Ct nt er. ron 6. Their method is to let the men the lectures



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JAX AIR NEWS rage 1'hrea

Your State Tax ,

Kollmar Tops :

Know Your Final Date For cn { AO School :



Filing Returns TaxesThis Graduates ;

Added indication that wives 1

( is the third in a series of articles dealing with must be a help to married stu- I
state income taxes). dents is Pfc. Walter Kollmar,
Due dates for submitting income tax returns and payments who led the class in Aviation !
are shown below for states, territories and possessions which do not .1 h Ordnanccman School at NATT-
exempt all or part of service income. For further advice on this 1 Center last week.
subject consult your state authorities. ,3 k 7tt
Arizona-Return due Apr. 15. Married and living with his
Payment with return or in two Missouri Payment due with wife in Jacksonville Pfc. Koll-
return Mar. 31. *
installments, one-half with re- mar was cited as honorman In
turn, second half 75 days there- Montana-?- Payment due with graduation ceremonies at tht
after. Members of the Armed return Apra 15 or if tax exceeds !school last Friday. He topped a
Forces may defer filing returns $25, in two installments-Apr. 15 class of 28 Marines and 30 Navy
and payment of tax, without 'interest and Oct. 15. Members of the Armed I personnel.A .
or penalty, until six months Forces may defer filing returns native New Yorker, he .graduated

after war is officially ended. and payment in cases -of .---. --.. .. I from Tottenville High
California-Return due Apr. 15. undue hardship caused by military TURRET CHECK-OUT Phelps, A03, attached to VIM8; School on Staten Island.
Payment due with return or in service. Lou Bosch, A03 at VF-14 and Don Rathburn, AOC, instructor at From here Kollmar will go to
three equal installments Apr. 15 New Hampshire-Payment due the Naval Air Mobile Training Devices unit, watch as Pete Laffr, the Marine Corps Air Station, El
| A03, of VP-18 gets a check-out. Chief Rathburn Is! Instructing
15 and Dec.: with return May 1. Toro, Calif., for further) duty.
Aug. 15. Members of these men In the operation and maintenance of this Martin upper-
the Armed Forces may request New Mexico: Payment due deck turret, part of the equipment used at the NAMTU.:

deferment for paying if ability to with return Apr. 15 or in four Course Well Worth The Time Makes His First
pay is materially impaired by installments-Apr. 15, July 15,

reason of service.ColoradoPayment. Oct.North 15 and Carolina-Payment Jan. 15. due Landing Aboard

due with with return Mar. 15 or if tax exceeds Latest Ordnance KnowHowAt
return Apr 15 or in four installments Carrier In Jet
$50 it may be paid in in-
Apr. 15, July 15, Oct. 15
Never having landed any type
stallments. Members of the Armed
and Dec. 15.Delaware. aircraft aboard an aircraft car.
Forces may'defer payment un- Mobile UnitThe
Payment due with til six months after discharge or Training tier evidently didn't seem to
return Apr. 30. If tax: exceeds return home if they remain on worry Lt. (jg) Raymond Za-
$5.00 it may be paid quarterly by active duty. Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment is now presenting gorskl of VF-101. For his first
Apr. 30, July 30, Oct. 30 and Jan. Oklahoma-Payment due with ordnance courses at Building* 168 for all fleet and station personnel. landing he successfully broughta
30. Members of the Armed Forces return Mar. 15 or if tax exceeds Commanding officers of operat twin-engine jet Banshee down
may defer payment and filing until $25, it may be paid in four in- ing fleet squadrons or division officers ron ordnanceman in view of the on the USS Coral Sea in recent
six months after discharge. stallments-Mar. 15, June 15, of station personnel may advanced types of electric fire exercises.Lt. .
District of ColumbiaPaymentdue Sept 15 and Dec. 15. Members of have their men assigned instruction control now found on operating (jg) Zagorskl; was released
with return\ Apr. 15 or in two the Armed Forces may defer payment by contacting Chief Machinist planes. to Inactive duty prior to
installments on Apr. 15 and Oct. until six: months after discharge Guy Parker, offlcer-in-charge The 20 millimeter and .50 caliber completing his carrier qualifications
15. Members of the Armed Forces or six months after peaceis of the activity, at extension 217. courses give the student a {in the final phase of
serving outside the U. S. may defer declared, whichever occurs Phases of instruction include: detailed knowledge of operation flight training.By .
payment until six months after earlier. Basic electricity, 20 mm and .50 and maintenance of both gun.*. the time I the exerciseswere
return.ieorrlaPaymen't. Oregon-Payment due with return caliber guns, flight deck operations Thi gun know-how, 10 easily, nl an end, Lt. Zagorskl
( due with return prior to Apr. 15 or, if tax exceeds detailed information on ordnance obtained here at XAMTD, U a had racked up 20 landings
systems of service aircraft, "must" for all ordnancrnten aboard the flat-top. Thirteen
it be
three $10
Mar. 15 or in installments may paid quarterly
and ordnance administration. from third class to other In VF-101 with
chief pilots ,
no
Mar. 15, June 15 and Sept. by Apr. 15, July 15, Oct. 15
15. Members of the Armed Forces and Jan. 15. Members of the Basic electricity course is aimedat The ordnance system phase U previous jet carrier landing experience
serving in Korea may defer payment Armed Forces on'active duty outside familiarizing ordancemen with broken down into detailed Instructions also made 20 landings
until six months after return the U S. for a minimum of basic piinciples of electricity so as on the integral parts of vail- apiece bringing the squadron's
to enable them to better adapt ous types of ordnance total to 280.Ordnance .
to U. S. 90 days may defer payment and systems now
Guam-Payment due with re returns. themselves to the understandingof I. used in the Fleet One of the newest --. .-
turn Mar. 15. Puerto Rico Payment due control circuits used on newer training phases now added to administration is limited
Idaho -Payment due Mar. 15 with return Mar. 15 or in two in. types of ordnance found on com the NAMTD is the P2V5. Complete to the study of the keeping;
with return or in two equal Installments stallments-Mar. 15, Sept. 15. bat aircraft. This has been foundto mockups with actual working of records.
Mar. 15 and Sept. 15. South Carolina-Payment due be of great value to the squad- aircraft parts enable the students More detailed information on

Members of the Armed Forces on with return 'Mar. 15 or in four due Mar. 20 with payment or in to work with the entire system any of the ordnance courses: can
duty outside the continental U. S. installments-Mar. 15, June 15, four installments-Mar. 20, June be had by contacting Robert Hamilton
may defer returns and payment Sept. 15 and Dec. 15.TennesseePayment. 20, Sept. 20 and Dec. 20. The mockups. also Include a AOC, at extension 217 or
until six months after discharge. due with Indiana-Quarterly returns (re- complete armament panel with applying in person at Building 168.
Iowa-Payment due with units controlled from the cockpit The Naval Service has spent millions
re- return Mar. 15.UtahPayment. quired when tax for any quarteris -
turn Mar. 15. If tax: exceeds $10it due with return $10 or more) due by Apr. 30, mockup. An upper deck tur- of dollars in providing the 0
may be paid in two install Mar. 15. Members of the July 31, Oct. 31. Annual return ret and a nose turret I I. also latest technical training in the
ments, one-half with return and Armed Forces on sea duty or out. due Jan. 31, Payment with re Included.! world. It's up to the personneland
the remainder within six: months. side the U. S. may defer filing turn. Members of the Armed The flight deck operation Is designed it's their duty now to take
Members of the Armed Forces returns and payment until the Forces may defer payment until to benefit all carrier personnel the time and trouble to get it.

stationed abroad may defer pay. 15th day of the third month after six months after termination of who expect duty in com- lIe arrived home at three In the'
ment until permanent return to return to the U. S. or termination hostilities or discharge. bat areas. This is for all rates morning and his wife was quite
the U. S.KansasPayment. of the war as proclaimed by the KentuckY-Payment due with who will work on the flight deck. I angry. "So," she said, "you finally
due with return President, whichever comes earl. return Apr. 15 or, If tax if $30 or This course, delivered by men who realized there's no place like
Apr. 15 or in two equal installments ier. more, in three installments have just returned from the Korean I home"
Apr. 15 and Oct. 15. Vermont Payment due with Apr. 15, July 15, and Nov. 15. theater, Is supplemented by "I don't know about that," he
Certain members of the Armed return Mar. 15. Declaration of estimated Members of the Armed Forces sound and film, and is well worth answered. "But It's the only placo
Forces may defer returns and taxes due Mar. 15 and may defer returns and payment the time. open this time of night.
payment until one year after discharge I quarterly payments by June 15, until 12 months after dischargeor
or termination of present Sept. 15, Jan. 15 and the balanceby termination 0 f hostilities, *
world crisis, whichever is earlier. following Mar. 15. Members of whichever is earlier. 9
Louisiana Payment due with the Armed Forces may defer filing New York-Payment due with
return May 15 or in three equal returns and payment until six return Apr. 15 or in four installments Salt
installments, May 15, Aug. 15 and months after discharge. if tax is $40 or more; if tax t a
Nov. 15. Members of the Armed "lrg-lnIa-Return' May 1. is more than $10 but less than $40 q
Forces on sea or foreign service, Payment due Dec. 15. installments must exceed $10 except
and prisoners of war, may defer Due dates for states and territories last payment; on Apr. J5, K + a
I
payment until 15th day of 5th which exempt service pay July 15, Nov. 15, and Feb. 15.
month following return to U. S. are as follows: North Dakota-Payment is due
Maryland-Payment due with Alabama Payment due with with return Mar. 15 or, if tax exceeds -
I return Apr. 15 or in four installments return or quarterly by Mar. 15, $10, in four installmentsMar. -
by Apr. 15, July 15, Sept. June 15, Sept. 15 and Dec. 15. 15, June 15, Sept 15, and
15 and Dec. 15.Massachusetts. Members of the Armed Forces Dec. 15.
Payment due may request deferment if abilityto Wisconsin-Return due Mar. 15
with return Apr. 15.MinnesotaPayment. pay is materially impaired by Payment of one-third of tax, but
.. due with reason of service. not less than $5, due with return,
return Mar. 15 or in two equal Alaska-Payment due with re- balance by Aug. 1. Extension of
installments-Mar. 15, Sept. 15. turn Mar. 15. Members of the time for filing returns and paying
Members of the Armed Forces Armed Forces may defer payment taxes for 1950, 1951, and 1952 is
outside the continental U. S. con- until six months after discharge granted to members of Armed
tinuously for more than 90 days if ability to pay is impaired Forces outside the United Stateson
defer until six !MAD INSPECTION-Lt. Col. Roger S. Bruford (right), :a
may payment by reason of service. the date their taxable year member of the inspecting group from Headquarters Marine Corp
months after return. Arkansas-Payment due with ends or the date returns are due, which toured the Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter,
Mississippi-Payment due with return May 15 or in two installments until 6 months after dischargebut explains a few points on shoe care to Sgt. Don Cook during cloth
return Mar. 15 or quarterly-Mar May 15 and Nov. 15. in no case after June 15, 1953. ing inspection. Accompanying the Colonel is Major E. L. Schnet-
15, June 15, Sept. 15'and Dec 15 Hawaii-Net income tax: return !I -AFPS). tier, is executive officer of MAD. The Inspecting General's inspection -
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L. Fabulous Sea Cloud Now Berthed In Jax il;;' :';').':::<.' $ ll': :::; ;: .'.:'f.-:. :"?\' !;\.":, .tt i: : ':.,3 _h',. ::';>:}!':} '! .

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! Gentle breezes Mow against= / your face. In the distance 'tI} Sr?
you see the romantic places of your dreams.
.._.._ u__ .
Close your e.\'Cl>, just for u mm- I
ute. Use your imagination and I the navigation equipment contained
jou may find yourselves aboard in the bridge on this deck

the "Sea Cloud." The ship thatis It is equal to that of the most .'
AS gracious and romantic in modern present day passenger :

our> present day world, as any liner. The latest type of radar,

.may have been in the days of gyro, fathometer, direction finder ,.-," ... ::
1 f
Capt. Kidd. or Blackboard the aermonoeter fife detecTion system .
Pirate. ; complete electric steering,

The ship that has inspired and the latest in trans-ocean ship. I .-

many an ocean going vessel to shore telephone, equal to that in _____ _-_ _
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change course: and dip their flag use aboard the S.S. Queen Eliza

.in homage, is now berthed in beth.
Jacksonville.Naval Captain Ault suggests that we
Reserve Commander make a tour .of the cabin deck
.. .. ,trt.
I .
Clyde B. Ault hip's master, who This we have been looking for

had been with the "Fighting ward to, so we descend immediately ---- ....- ., -
La.dy"linc'e/ its construction in through the walnut-paneled, ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND-The four-masted auxiliary barque "Sea Cloud" lays at anchorin
I. Kiel, Germany in 1931 up until forward hatch. Jax awaiting the time she will be able to tail the seven seas again. She is berthed at a pier
the war, and. after, has invitedus From the comfort and beautyof near the Riverside viaduct Indefinitely.- Bow to stern she measures-319- feet, with a beam- of 50 .feet.

aboard. furnishings in the shelter deck, any and imported rugs. The must have played upon this thing I
We shall the Jax Ajr News through the salons from staterooms Takes Two To
use ; feeling of comfort and home is of beauty at the many recitals Tango;
I us a medium to wander throughthe right to the foc'stle head, and concerts held aboard. Dancing Lessons Set
evident.We .
staterooms and salons as! have it is inconceivable how any ship everywhere .
great: personafiesjbefore us. could be so luxuriously outfitted. enter the owner's state- We're conducted through the For T een-ogers

The golden patina of the teak- looms. The beauty of French period many other crew's quarters, com Dancing lemons for all teen

As you step aboard the teak wood housing to the snow white furnishings, and the plate pletely equipped 'galley, foyers, age dependents of wiviee pei-
wood planking of the main deck, teak of her decks, is but a begin gold of the fixtures are truly i messes, and remaining spaces on sonnel. and civil service work.
>ou are cordially greeted by ning of the fabulous beauty of symbolic of the most graciousof this deck. At this point, we have erg will be offered weekly at

Comdr. Ault, a congenial skipper the inteiiois. There are eight hostesses. already been afforded the opportunity the Explorer Scout and TeenAge

v, ho has welcomed, in the /same staterooms for guests, each equipped The main dining room and of visiting the barber shop, Club 1 headquarters in

way, the Roosevelts; former General with electric fireplaces, and drawing room are our next pointsof laundry service, and the fine fully Building 01.Lessons ,
Eisenhower Italian rose marble baths. State interest. We enter the dining
and now President! equipped hospital will be given i bv
; Prime Minister Winston rooms are completely air-condi room. The rare seascapes adorning The Sea Cloud's sails do not Marge Lyons, daughter of

Churchill, and practically all the tioned throughout. the bulkheads seem to blendin carry this gallant lady alone. Comdr. William H. Lyons, In-
kings! and queens of the past 20 perfectly with the hand-hewn Within the three engine rooms, dustrial Medical officer, every

'ellrl.! The rooms themselves are each oak wall facings. there are four Diesels, generating Thursday night at a fee of 50
You notice immediately the a masterpiece in design of color The oak-manteled marble fire 3,200 brake horsepower and supplying cents per student

towering! masts above. The only I and harmony in furnishings and place, predominates the main electricity for the twin It is felt that. those_ youngsters
hip of its kind in the world, the appointments, varying from the drawing room, or salon. A libraryis screw electric drive propulsion who do not know how to
masts are made of hollowed steel simplicity) of Early American, to here for relaxation. The Stein- motors. The auxiliary generators dance can better enjoy future

with Douglas fir tips.!' Thirty-four the warmth and luxury of Federal way concert grand makes you I supply power for lights, pumps, social functions after learningto
thousand square feet of white billowing design in deep warm mahog- think of the great musicians that alleys, refrigerators, lathes, machine trip the light fantastic lit

sail is in the charge( of tools and an evaporator these classes

these .. eicinjf towers. You capable of converting eight tons For further information, contact
think of the terrific job it would 01 sea water to fresh daily. Mrs. Lyons at either extension : -

lx to raise and lower the 60 tons Our visit to the food lockers 659: or Dr r Lyons at extension

of tigging.I But electric sail hoists! prove to be quite interesting, 629.

do t the work. Here[ we see where 35 tons of .
Your is then diverted to --- ------ --
gaze frozen food, dairy products, meat
the fine teak paneling of the main products are stored for consumption different branches of the services
deck bulkheads' behind which, during the war, none served
by the crew of 72 men, and
me enclosed operating spaces for- + .. guests that the ship can hold. upon her until hostilities were at
vaid; main dining room and living 55 : ; 1 an end. The post-war era brought(

room amidships; and smoking ..: ..... DURING OUR tour, we notice several of the original crew members -
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room, bar, and deck shelter aft. sliding metal doors throughout back once more.
The boat deck is outfitted with I It is
the ship. Twelve in all, they are ernoon.
four motor launches and two life : Q v the hydraulically operated bul k. ,
tioats. with a capacity of 52 per. A head hatches. These afford positive I gangplank of this wondrous ship,
.
eons each. t. .. water tight integrity in Captain Ault bids us all farewell, ,
... I keeping the vessel afloat, even and hopes that we have enjoyed
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It would be the envy of masters ," \H 11t though two or more compartments ourselves. At this time, the base,
!' of sailing ships of old to see S' :t. might be flooded. (Jacksonville) and all reality
."'...1--. I, !seems so far We feel that
-- -- "y We stop and ask Captain Ault away.
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-- : I we have experienced a journey
about
the'ships' exploits during
BLOOD BANK t' that have oked forward
we always V> -
WWII. We find that the ship was
= to and have finally accom
generously:: rented to our govern. I
BOX SCORENo. .... plished.
.,- ., ment for the fee of one dollar per
.-.. J .
I'erSch. ';' ....t.. .. 'h .. -....: t year. _
Quo. u ">Jl<$ .. Tombstone The only thing
Mrt. cent UNDER FULL SAIL--The square-rigged barque "Sea Cloud" Riggings! were stripped, masts I that has a good word for a fellow
NATTCenter' 190 408 214.7 heels under full sail of her 34,000 square feet of canvas as she returns removed. Regal bulkheads gave when he's down."
Special Services 4 6 150.0 from a European cruise. She was once loaned to the Navyfor way to battleship grey. Four. I
a fee of one-dollar per year as the "Fighting Lady". posted staterooms became the
Admin. 5 6 120.0 .
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Public Works 25 29 116.0 Back From The Front housing became of steel bunks, and her
Cecil Field 15 17 113.3 name simply X99.
Res. Fleet 75 81- 108.0 She was nicknamed the "Fight. v4r
Security 5' 5 100.0 Two Returning Fighter Pilots Give ing Lady", and now displays five
chevrons, one for each six month
Fla. Mil. Di t. 5 5 100.0
!>
Marine Barracks 3 3 100.0 Picture Of Navy's Role In KoreaFleet I period. served during World WarII. I

Medical 2- 2 100.0
.
Air Jacksonville pilots'
lRD 1 1 100.0 +the previous training pilots received
were given a vivid word pictureof CREDITED WITH helping sink
Dental 1 1 100.0 before assignment with
the Navy's role in the Koreanair two enemy subs the "Fighting
Operations 14 11 78.5 much of the success.
war when two veteran'fighter Lady" performed dangerous con Gallon Club
Comm. 3 2 66.6 I' "Truck seen during the
pilots spoke here last week. groups voy duty, and later as Naval .
....
Supply 26 17 65.3 'day around the 'bomb line' will luk ( .0.. AMI, ,
weather patrol ship off the f'.r.. six.
FAW.11 43 25 58.1 Rear Adrn. Osborne B, Hard-! I I be ours' because of our air action coast
O&R 90' 43 47.7 son, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville over there," said Comdr. Brown, of Greenland. rr..rls AllAN',Korp.l AAb ,
Although all former officers
Gr Cove Spgs. 30 12 4Q..0 was in the audiem'ewht who was Commander, Carrier
aboard the "Sea Cloud" served in
ComFairJax 128 25 58.1 n Comdr. Gaylord Blown and Air Group 7 when it was aboard .
Naval Hospital 16 2 12.5 Lcdr. William Curtis appeared at the USS Bon }ilomme Richard off two will probably be shooting---at
AIM 5 0 .0 the NAS Theatre as part of the Korea. the planes and the other firing at
Engineers 14 0 .0 Fleet Air Jacksonville training our soldiers.

NARTU 7 0 .0 program. The veteran officer, now train Lcdr. Curtis, Fighter Squadron
.
ing officer for Commander Fleet 72 skipper, emphasized that each

PhMlc: "You must avoid alfoims Daily schedule and special Air, Quonset Point, R. I., also!' told man carries his share o? the load
of.excitement." problems encountered in Korea I the group that of three enemy there with the ordnance men one

MM2c: "Can I look at them on were given forceful descriptionsby soldiers present when UN planes of the hardest working( groups in I II
the street ?" the two) officer, who credited fly over on clo.se ground support I both squadrons and ships.


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Tax Aid VF-103, VF-44. VP-18, Fasion Six Report ;

Still Available r

Personnel are reminded that II
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tomorrow Is the last day to get Scouting SquadronsVF103

Income tax aid here.D .

a v 1 dj McMeans, from the / rons have bf'l"--;; burying their old !i
The early part of last wel'klaw
Collector of Internal Revenue planes. This squadron has 17 FG-
of VK-103 for
personnel readying;
office, will be aboard to assist ID Corsairs which we would like
their move to NAS Jax on
military and Wednesday.'
preparation of their income > [ e.nome of these "Old1' F4U-4
Home. based at NAS Cecil Field
tax forms.His Corsairs that have been buried.

office, on the first deckof since Its commissioning in May, .
1952, the squadron, a unit of Car-
the South wing of Building VK44lleforr
Tier Air Group ]0. participated in
{
902 Public Works will be
open Iris departure from VF-
[ shakedown training aboard the
from 0900 until 1730. 44, Dan Breen, ADC received a
carrier USS Lake Champlain at
I commendation for his stateof
"high
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba during i
November and December of last technical competence\' out ,
standing leadership while< serving

Special Services I year. as chief petty officer in charge of

Early this year squadron personnel publication." .

., returned from duty aboard
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Lent At Lt. Hoyt Maulden. squadron Executive -
During the .USS Coral Sea, aboard which '
CENTURIANS "Cenlurlan
Club"
members of the USS Leyte, Officer read the commendation
so designated as a result of making at least 100 landings aboardthe they took part in Operation "Aer. at .
ship are these Jet pilots of Fighter Squadron 31. Front row I ex." morning quartets.It
St. Edward'sSpecial (left to right) U.JR) Richard Owens and M.Jg( ) Lloyd I'arthe-' I went on to state that, "dur-

mer. Bark row (left to right: ), Lt.c(] ) Henry Dodd. Lt.jg) William Incidentally, we have been Ing the period the publications division
rarrl h. LUJg( ) Donald and reading that some of the squad-
services the Ljrnam Lt.jg( ) William Kau. was his responsibility' it
during --- -_ .
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achieved such a high state of efficiency -
Lenten period are being i observed VF-31 Retaliates "
that its contribution to
at St Edward's Chapel, Famed Blue Angels
the overall of the

Monday through Friday, mass Get New Leader I' 'Anything You Do I Can Do Better' maintenance department proficiency has been'

will be held at 0630. On Saturdays evident."
Ix-dr. Arthur R. Hawkins of Lufkin very

Sunday, the mass regular is at hedule 0800. will On decorated, Tex., one fighter of the pilots Navy's, recently most i Theme Of Fleet Air Jax Squadrons I The hill new squadron duties wishes in VR-1 him at NAS wellon

be followed, with at O&OO -
masses ,
became leader of the Blue Angels, "Anything you can do I can Patuxent River Maryland.
0900 and did
high mass at 1000. some research work. S .
famed Navy flight exhibition team do better," might well be the'
Stations of the Cross and Benedictions I Findings: Nine members of the vri8Xew
Hawkins!, who claims I I nothing theme song of Fleet Air Jacksonville -
of the Most Blessed Cecil Field-based Fighting 31 belong from
oteriwa has It that
has since when
very exciting happened I squadrons i
Sacrament will be to the "Centurian Club" of the officers'
every Fridayat was credited with shoootlng down claims are being made. and! men ofv VP-18,
J&30 until the Holy Week the USS Leyte as a result of having formerly VI' 861. are certainly
14 enemy planes before his 21st When Fighter Squadron 62 revealed -
Father John J. McGowan, biz'thday. He succeeds Lcdr. RoyM. recently that three of its I completed 100 landings faring well In their present environment

senior station chaplain, will con aboard that carrier. All of the on the Island of Malta.
(Dutch) Vorls who has been ordered pilots made 100 jet landings each
duct the services. landings were made in F9F-2 and When crews 6 and 8 visited
to the Pacific Fleet for duty. aboard one carrier and claimed

There are-no special Protestant The Blue Angels were organized that the feat was unequalled any F2H-2 aircraft. Rome recently, Lcdr. Boiarth,

services scheduled until the at NAS Jacksonville in l1 46. where in the Atlantic Fleet, Only one of the pilots 'made : Us. Ernst, McShane, Miller, and

Holy Week I I Fighter Squadron 31 pt''nonnel'' all of his landings In the Atlantic I Smith, along with Lt. (j jgs) Van

.. ---P ..' I Fleet though, as did the Dorp and Thompson met !several
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well known
three VF-62 aviators. American!'!

Be On Smellert Stealthful 'Stinky' Stalking Station- i I The others completed 100 land Stories were swapped over drinks

ings in the Atlantic Fleet, but with Humphrey Bogart, Alan

__ ___ 0 _" .. .. _. ._ _.. __.0...' _____ __ started them when the USS Ladd, and Dennis O'Keefe at the

For several days now a frolicsome their midst the Supply leading contrary to his usual habits, the Leyte, home-based in the Atlantic Hotel Excelsior.

yet rather unwanted guest chief's remark was, "Let's finish pungent carnivore made a daylight was temporarily transferredto Shortly after, on another trip,
"" Korea with aboard. crew 4. with Lcdr. Olson, exeni-
VF-31
has been frequenting the area this inside. crossing of Yorktown.
live officer, and Ltg. Doden and
around the main Administration Latest sighting was made at First pilot of VF-31 to attain
Rosemary bumped Into of
some
Building 0720 Wednesday morning, when HIS UNUSUAL antics had people the century mark was a former the falter sex, namely"Ava Gardner -
Referred to American skipper Comdr. Edwin S. Memel.
as an
in at least a dozen cars slam I Ingrid Bergman' and others of
He chalked the last one in
nocturnal burrowing carnivore, up
ming on brakes. According to one the M.-G-M. troupe touring Eur: .
"Stinky" the skunk, as the intruder j September 51, the same month

has been tagged appearsto 1 motorist, "It wasn't because the that Lt. (jg) William I. Parrish ope.Personnel
I In the squadron that
reside in the neighborhood, I milk of human kindness was reached that total. attended the lecture given by Admiral

venturing out only to feed at I flowing through my veins that I Since then Lt. (jg) Henry H. Mountbatten were certainlyimpressed

night. ? raror'' didn't hit him." "Phew!" Dodd, Lt. (jg) Ronald H. Caldwell by the talk and moviesconcernnig

I Lt. (Cjg) John B. Cogdell,
He was headed straight( for the : the Burma campaign.A .
"STINKY'S" first Lt. (j JK) William F. Rau, Lt. (jg)
appearancewas I main entrance of the Administration party was held recently for
Richard'J. Owens, Lt. CJJ. ) Donald
noted last week at :
morning the
I Building. Fortunately for Operations division for the
M Lyman and Lt. (Jg) Lloyd
quarters held outside the main those inside, he deviated at the magnificent job done during the
I L. Parthemer have completed at
Supply building. When informedthat last moment. He is Mill at largeas past month. The affair was heldIn
least 100 aboard the USS Leyte. '
there was an intruder in far as can be determined downtown Luqa. Subject of the
Last to qualify and the only I Iont'
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__ ___. .. ---0 -- to make all of his landings erend" Red Larson was "Will Ox-
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while in the Atlantic Fleet
was
'Whore's Charlie?" ygen Ever Replace I The J Early
+ BREEZESTo + Lt. (Jg) Parthemer. lie reachedthe "
.1 Morning/: Shot? The evening'sperformance
mark on January 7 of this
the young man at the perfume was concluded by

counter the clerk purred, If He Ever Gets to Sea, He'll Be Ready year. "Banana Nose" Latthfonl doinghis

"Now here's one called '"Per I "Do you have notions on thin Inimitable version of the ele-

haps." It's $35.00 an ounce." For Any Of That Charlie Noble'StuffCountless ; floor 1""Yt'8 phant dance. .

but suppress them during
"Thirty-five dollars!" exclaimed j scores of novice --I Fasron Sir
Norfolk. One thing is certain, working hours.
the young man. "For $35 I seamen have walked many '. however, rf I get aboard one The results of a recent surprise

don't want Perhaps' I want 'For mile looking for the fabled I for duty and some wise' guy They say that in vour dream, Administrative Material Inspection .

Sure'." Charlie Noble when they first I pulls that line I've got a little you meet a better class of peo- ate well worth being proud of
to At NAS Jax ,' as. Fasion Six WAS awarded "out
go sea. they I !Surprise for him. pIe.r' 'I
standing" by ComFnlrJax Chief
could find
Charlie
a living No-
A preacher was considerably ..
ble instead of a galley smokestack iof' Staff, Cwpt. II. V. Hopkins and!
peeved by the fact that one of his inspection party.Immediately .
the laymen of the church was always -
beating him on the golf Charlie Noble, L1SN, is the I following the Inc-
8P{{lion Skipper Fiecletwlck K,
modern-day version of the old
he "
course even though was quite Woodward commended' William T.
bit older. "Oh well pointedout English sea captain who kept
a ,
Shoemaker,
SP AMC and Robert I<:.
the galley stack of his vessel .,
the
minister's golfing companion y 6 '
Rhyne AD< for over two year
shined to a-high degree. In the
"don't forget you'llwin
faithful set'vice. Both men were
in the end you'll be bury- years the captain roamed the 94 f transferred, last week

ing me one of these days, you seven seal!! the wellburnishedstack I Ten men were advanced front
became well known.
know. pay grade E-2: to .:.3 last' week

"Yes," sighed the preacher, The stack and he became synonymous "".
"but even then it will be your for even on ships of 4. held by the squadron's! edurationottict'

hole." today the galley Mack is re- < 4r6 Those who made the new"

fered to as Charlie Noble. rate Richard
't are D. Corieia, AA-

If Adam came back to earth, The NAS Charlie Noble, who AN: Charles F." Doerr, AA-AN;

the only thing he would recognize enlisted in the Navy in 1951, -.r w. '-:,, J'iiJ ,.. L. at Anthony D. Esposito, AA-AN; Billie -

would be the jokes. has never been to sea, having HERE'S CHARLIE-The reason it's pretty hard to find Charlie B. Files" AA-AN; Robert D.

served 'all of his enlistment Noble at sea is understandable-Charlie has never been to sea- Fleming, AA-AN, Lloyd A. liar-

Warning: Jf your wife wants to here He maintains, "probablythe he is stationed here at Naval Air Station Jacksonville Here is rls, AA-AN: Horance L. Johnson,
Charlie aboard the YOG-90 in a salty not as a member of
learn to drive don't stand in her nearest I'll to pose AA-AN Robert L.
ever get a : Smith, AA-AN;
the ship's company", but as a visitor, Charlie is an LISN attachedto ,
vay. ship is Lithographer school in Fasron Six. (Pleas Turn fo Pare >, ('01. 1)





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"WfgR. l/pgI' .,w.HJJ

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.; With John M. Charvat

Bob Stringer captain of Jax Navy's fine pistol team, was

ceptionally high on his praise of Chief Boatswain James W. ex'i ;alLf.,

who will fire with the locals in the forthcoming national

tition. A member of the Jacksonville Police Department's pistol I V FOR VICTORY-Which Is what the above pictured crew, of Jax Navy swimmers go after

squad, Thomas is on active duty with the Naval Reserve here, at- when they compete In the Southern Regional Swimming and Diving Championships at Emory

tached to Naval Intelligence. I University. Ga., this week-end. Front row, left to right, are: Bill O'Donnell, Dave Carr Bill Rob-
I erts and Dan Hanley. Second row, Cal Chamberlin, John Lawman and Charles Knee. Third row,
, NATTCenter Special Services has a new assistant for Lt. Bob Cox and Mike Schmidt Bark, Dick White. -

Paul McCoy, Physical Training Officer Ens. S. P. Zanfar-

dino, New York City, assumed the post early this year Tank Meet Attracts

I Wrestlers are still In demand for varsity competition. Contact VA-45 Upsets Supply

Ens. Keady, Building 614; after U3. on week-ends. Strong Local Entry ,

Prior to tipoff time Monday, Rollins College accepted an invitation .

. to play in the NAIB tournament at Deland, drawing Stetson Jax Navy's varsity swimming 75-61 In

Friday night in the opening round. Mercer and Florida State team 13 strong, entrains today for Cage SurpriseVA45

Emory University, Ga., site of the ,
University complete the entry. One of the officials Monday com

ml'ntt'd'that action was! so fast he had to call a foul in order to Southern Regional Swimming and tossed a monkey wrench into the National

rest The Tars were without a personal foul until 2:36: of the first Diving Championship for Men League of Mainside Intramural court play last Week by hum- ,

and finished the game with a 19-26 advantage. It was the difference, Feb. 2728. bling previously undefeated Supply, 75-61, thereby moving

as the Fliers trailed 22.19 from the charity stripe in losing 9291.Rollins' The meet 11 open to six states, Fasron 109 into the circuit leadership.Behind .

Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Carolinas two points at the inter-
Bob McIIardy and Nick Vancho were standouts here. Fasron Six Score 156
and and featuresthe
McIIardy, a two handed set and Jump artist, was all-state in Maine Virginia, mission, VA-45 forged ahead by
Georgia AAU Championships, Cellar dwelling VF-172 was a
last year, while Vancho, adroit 5-6'/i< speedster who could move eight points at the three-quarter
Men's Senior Indoor Events andMen's 65-53 victim of VP-741. Jim Rogers
well in any direction, received similar acclaim in neighboring and
juncture wa never threat-
Junior National 150 yards
Connecticut. Dan Clancy and Kenny Wall
Backstroke Championships. ened thereafter. Bob Smith directed -
Jim Roberts will direct the Fliers In the Sixth Naval District played prominent roles In the win,
Included on the local squad are the victory with 34 points.
Tournament which opens In Charleston Monday lie'sbeen while Bob Strausbaugh carried the
Dave Carr, Cal Chamberlin, Bill
Jack Lucousky's 20 points set the
at the helm of the varsity all and
junior season, was burden for VF-172 with 24 points.FUl'on .
Roberts Bill O'Donnell, Dlc called on to handle the varsity when 'Coach Frank McCaf: pace for Supply.
White Charlie Knee, Dan Hanley, Six piled up a 156-45 win
frey was needed for baseball practice. Fasron 109 (&-1) la now a few
Bob Cox Dick Doybons, John over shorthanded FAW-11, Bill

One of two all-Jax Navy boutsIn Lowman Bob Rodgers, Carl percentage points ahead of Supply Bailey and Bradley Kldd, accept- .

the Gloves pitted Mainside's Mitchell and Larry Pleper. White (5-1), while unheralded VA-45 ing every pass by their mates, directed

Frank Carpenter and Manuel and Rodgers share coaching as ((5-2) is not out of the picture.In the win with 56 and 53

Oliverez of NATTCenter, shown signments. the National loop the week's points, respectively Don Bowdenwas
high for the losers
left to right in the adjacent pic play was true to form, Fasron Six counting
14.
ture. The two lightweights gave AGO Five Nears still undefeated in seven outings,
Harold Nicholson paced VF-44
resting comfortably In first place.
the enthused patrons a good to a 60-45 decision over O&G with
c Center Cage TitleAGO
show, with Carpenter the victoron y4 19 points. Ordnance and Gunnery

a decision. School is virtually home TWO-BIT CLUB suiting only five men, found Tom

Frank was later presented with, Northrop Its only weapon as he
free in the second round of There have been any numberof
the Outstanding Boxer of the cashed In 22 points.
guys named Smith who have'
NATTCenter
intramural basketball
Novice "A" Division award. He
made history or cough drops in 8.S.-ht.-J.t. Forfeit
had to tangle four times in questof competition having only sin-
the past two centuries. But a Operations gave VF-173 little
the bauble but in with the fifth and sixth
was never gle
games Bob Smith of VA-45: is breaking trouble, falling, 84-52, under the

serious trouble until meeting place quintets of the league before scoring records with each scoring of Dave Sugg and Pancho
Oliverer.Jax. k
closing time. flick of an eyebrow in the Hartman. Don McCleaf kept the

Navy was a sensation in the Novice "A" Division of Winner of the first round will Mains i 1 d e intramural cage losers in contention until the Intermission -

the completed Golden Gloves tournament. Taking six of seven individual enter the two-out-of-three play league, over-shadowing the cur- tallying 24 points.

championships the locals were far and away the class of ative feats of the bearded Smith Special Services-1st. Lt.
off with for the Center gave
the "beginners" bracket.In Supply brothers.If two forfeits, Fasron 109 and V A-

receiving runner-up honors to Wilder A. C. of Jacksonville championship: a president la to be electedin 175 the recipients.In .

in the Novice "B" Division the Fliers afforded Coaches Tony Farias Teas STAND ixfin W L the Two-Bit Club, lanky the only close game of the

and Steve Mayer a most pleasant surprise. The locals turned the ACAJ 5 U Robert would be a unanimous week, VF-22 edged FAW-11, 50-

trick with only two fighters entered, Auggie Marshall and Bernard A K School goO I choice. He entered the scoring 48. The winners were without the
Marines 3 3 lodge last week for the fifth
Harper. Both won solo titles.
1'erwnnel 3 3 services of their one-two scoring

Buck Lanier of the City Recreation Department wrote "30" toMs AO AO School. 3:3 4 4 X-l time, scorching 65 the nets against punch, George Dasher and Jack

Jacksonville duties this week, as he leaves Saturday for Clovis, MedicalLt 2 S SAc tyr point Stringer, but nevertheless man-
0 Rosier Sheet
New Mexico to assume sports editor's responsibilities. Maim. 0 I aged to stave off a last minute '
Bob Smith. VA-45: 65. 40.
surge by the Alrwingers to grab
34, 31, 26 points.
Jax Navy To Vie In 9-Hole/ GreenswardTo the decision.
Station Two-Ball Bill Bailey Fasron Six: 56,
27 points. Ticking up its second win of the
Mid Winter Saturday
Flamingo, Open Listed week, Fasron Six bested VF-44,
Pairings Bradley Kldd, Fasron Six: 53
Beginning golfers will havean points. 1owith Bailey and Kldd again

Pislol ChampionshipsUnhurt opportunity to practice on a Pairings for the second roundof Gene McKenzie, NARTU: 43, doing the damage. Bill Canada \

by transfers Jax Navy's course of their own when the Station Two-Ball championship 26. 25 point tallied 10 for the losers.

crack pistol team will open fire 9-hole auxiliary layout located play were announced this week. Dave Sugg VF-173: 36, 25 VA-45 did everything but wash :
behind enlisted men's housingon X-l's teeth in 122.45
points. a rout Smith I
}March 9-14 in the National Mid- has its official Listed i in the championshipflight "
Yorktown and Lou Don Mr Leaf, Operations:' 36 was the shotgun with 30 field ,
are Ray Bellamy
Winter Pistol Championships at re-opening Saturday at 0900. points. goals and five charity pitches j
Chaff vs. Ed Barnes and Herb
Tampa, seeking, If possible to bet The course will be open weekdays Herres and Erwin Scott and Pete Tom Northrop O&C.: 32, 28 worth 65 points. Jack Penney

ter kut j car's over-all record. at 1500 except Mondayand Gardner vs. Mel Hameland and Ed points. managed 14 for the game but un r
Saturday and Sunday at I dermanned losers.Standings .
March 17-20 the i locals are slated Weeks. + Howell Bassett, VA-45: 32
0900.
points.
for the Flamingo 1 Open Pistol I II Les Leschel and Beck vs. John :
:Mac Jones VJ-2: 30, 28
Championships at Coral Gables, luges and Craig McKee, and John AMKKICAN: LEAGUE: I

I Fliers Tip Sunshine larroblno and Jim JKubllghter vs. points. Tram' ". fvVST .
Ma. In both last Six I .
tourneys season Ray Freeman and John Tremblyfor Bob Strausbaugh, VF-172: 30, .. .: :::: : : :: : :::::' ... I 2
; the Fliers LinksMiami's 25 points. vF-ii ;. ;;;. ; J iVP7U
were highly suc- Marines
I on first flight laurels. .. ::.I:;::I::.:III:::: 4 l !
cessful, and team captain BobStrir.tt'f : Marine Corps Air Sta- Paul Deslaurlera VF-174: 30' vK-iTi ......;.....""o I".. ::1:1: ,
Pete Garner fired a 74 over the Hospital .! 1 i
is optimistic of prospectsfor tion will seek to avenge a 26'i week-end to win low gross honors points. & C .... ......::::.::: 2 3
Jack Stringer, VF-22: 29 25 ... 'l .
]!o53. drubbing at the hands of the Jax In the blind bogey tournament.Jim FAWUwn :::::::::::::::::::::: Z g
points. : ... .. .
Returning with Stringer 1 are Navy varsity March 7 when it Marty's 87-15-72 topped all Dave OpwJ: VA-175: 27 VF'-1.1 ::: : : : : : : : :: ::::::::::: 2 1 S S I
hosts the locals in the Sunshine
players for the blind title.
John "Curly" Luca. Allan Johns, par points. NATIONAL I.KACLK
City. .
Ben Preston James Carney and Fliers' team captain Bob Wal- Child: "Mother,I why don't you George Dasher VF-22: 2T Tram 103 .i-mtiuuan J.

Arthur points. . : ::::::::::::::::: .5 1
Peltier. The addition of lace last week's with Supply
onslaught of "with
lfd ever see pictures angels
Leroy Wrede, SS1st. Lt.: .........................5 2
James Thomas, veteran pistol a 75, closely followed by Ed whiskers" VA-175 5
long 25 points. VF-173 .:::::::::::::::::::::.4: i
shooter in the southern area Is expected i Barnes 76; Ken Button, 78: Herb Kother: "Well my child, may- Ope atloas 3 3
Neal Baughman VF-17I: 25 .::::::::::
.1.l :
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to bolster the local team'schasees. Herres and Ray Bellamy 79 and be its because men only'get to
i ; points. DfsbuI'liJlC ..-... ......... 1 5
Pete Gardner, 82. heaven by a close share. X-t ; .. .::.........1 7
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Waves Near Jax Navy Boxers Grab


End Of 53


Court SeasonOnly .ti Novice "A" Gloves Title -


four games remain to be Running true to form, Jax Navy's tough-fibered boxing

played on the Jax Navy Waves' aggregation annexed six of seven solo championships to take _
1952-53 basketball schedule, all the team title in the Novice "A" Division of the 10th annual

against representatives from the Jacksonville Golden Gloves tournament last week in the
downtown Arena.
Pensacola area. Saturday eve in -- ,
Not expected to cause any excitement
the Mainside gym Pensacola terminates in the Novice "B" class, weight Bernard Harper and welterweight
the local's home slate.
open to colored fighters only, the Auggie Marshall. They

The following weekend NAS Fliers sprung an upset by finishing were the Fliers' only two entriesin
Pensacola, Corry Field and Whit second to pre-tourncy favor the division.

ing Field play hostess to the ite Wilder A. C, of Jar. The locals -
Waves on consecutive days. Marshall TKO's Jenkins
made little effort for the
Despite the loss of key players Open title, having a few entriesin I Marshall scored' a third round

during the middle of the season that division. TKO over Orist Jenkins, St. Pete,

the Waves 'have given a credit -L The later accomplishment was! after opening a gash over his

able showing in Girl's City ____ achieved with titles 4 by light-I III" II foe's left eye in the second heat '

League competition and againsta GOLDEN GLOVES SCENE- I with repeated hooks to the face.

number of service aggregations.A Slugging it out (top photo) Jenkins could not anwer tho
28-18 upset over Gulf Life for the Novice "A" heavyweight third round bell.

Monday night was the finale for Golden title Gloves in the tourney 10th annual last Much the better boxer, Harper

the locals in the town circuit. Wednesday were Jar Navy's gained a unanimous decisionover
Bev Schoenthal tallied eight field Roy Jefferson (right) and Jack Wilder Athletic Club's Wil-

ers as the Waves were held scoreless Kearns. Jeff annexed the lie Harp in a well fought three-
crown with a unanimous decis
from the charity stripe. ion. Jar Navy officials accept rounder. Harp was gun shy after '

Ahead 22-10 at the interims- the Novice A tram trophy in the initial heat as Harper opened

aion, the blue-clad gals forged toa the bottom picture. Lcdr. Richard him up with solid right hooks and
28-17 margin after three heats V. Donahue, Special SerVe left jabs for the \erdict.
ices officer, accepts the trophy
and then put the damper on the from Holmes Tucker of lax Southern Florida's entry from

foe's offensive efforts to coast to Auto Dealers as Coach Steve St. Petersburg, a well balanced

>'idor)'. Mayer, Capt. L. J. Olttner of combination of Marine, Air Force
NATTCenter, and Coach Tony .
At Parris Island last week the Farias stand by. The locals also and civilian fighters, walked
Lady Marines earned a hard finished as runners-up in the i away with the Open title, finishing -
fought 47-40 decision, but had to Novice "8" division. far in front of Green Cove

cope with the flamboyant anticsof Navy and Wilder A. C.

"Shootin" Schoenthal as she OneArmedGolfer Carpenter Best Boxer

flipped through 24 points. In a crowd pleaser, Frank Car-

Kay Shorb left the home folks Here'Saturday penter, voted the outstandingboxer

agog with a mid-court shot at I in the Novice A bracket, .
the buzzer, but the over-all bal decisioned Marine Manuel Oliverez -

ance of the PI attack was too also of Jax in
Navy, an even-
much to handle. I Tars Feather Local Five ly matched lightweight melee.
-- _. --- -. ---, Second in a series of three links
exhibitions by world famed nota- Carpenter lost the first roundas

Service Quintet Can bles will be staged on the NAS I Oliverer scored with 'Jarring

Enter AAU Tourney course Saturday at 1400, bringing :' In Free Scoring Duels left hooks, but came back to take
for the repeat performance Jim. the second and third in smooth
Jacksonville City Recreation ,
my Nichols renowned one-aim I fashion. Two rights by Carpenter .
Department announced this golfer i Thumped twice last week by Rollins College, Jax Navy early in the third were the

week that the 1st District AAU Nichols will team with .station I will call on its reserve strength. to carry it through the closing best punches of the fight.

basketball tournament will be pro Jack Harvey against Erwin stages of the 1952-53 basketball season Thursday through Another all-Jax Navy final saw

held March 2.7 in a city gym Scott and Ken Sutton both members Saturday and into the Sixth Naval District Tournament Roy Jefferson decision Jack

and that entries are open to of the local varsity, in an which opens Monday at Charleston. Kearns for the heavyweight toga.A .
any service team in the ajea. Pensacola hosts the Fliers --- --------
in real
18-hole exhibition. There will be favorite with the local
Deadline for entries is noon pitch to give the Tars the win.
the finale Saturday while tonight
fans Jefferson
no admission fee and guests are was confused the
Saturday in the Recreation offices invited. at the Mainside gym Florida Zoda was brilliant the first first round, but "outleathered"his
311 W. Duval. half, tossing in 10 fielders and
State University makes its
!
The only one-arm golfer ever opponent in the remaining
-- --- -- to qualify for the National Open, first and only appearance. Friday seven free throws, but cooled stanzas to leave him clinching at
Nichols also qualified seven times I eve the locals tangle here I off considerably in the second to the bell.!
Skies Darken with Charleston Navy. add only one more of each.
Cloudy for the PGA championships. His Forrest Weathers Storm
I' mastery of all clubs is Plans for the 6 ND tourney are Bob Reinhardt and Dick Tate
uncanny
Flyweight Steve Cronin
Initial Diamond Drill and he still holds one of the long indefinite. Should less than eight chimed in with important talliesin uncontested into the finals went with
teams enter, play would be the second halt However,
est holes-In-one on record, a 336- onva
There, was sun in Daytona 1 Nolan I Jenkins, Lackawanna.
double elimination basis but with Vancho practically matched them
Beach for the New York Yankees I yard smash. I However, he wasted little time in
Tuesday March 3, Miss Louise eight or more it will run single shot for shot to keep his males
Old Sol shone brightly for
; I scoring a TKO at 1 1:39: of the sec- .
the Pittsburgh Pirates in Havana, Suggs will conduct a clinic and elimination. near even. ond for a clear cut victory. .
Mac WinnerA At Winter Park the Fliers Jed
Pumps ,
but cloudy skies accompanied 9-hole exhibition at 1530: in the
20-foot jump shot by Rollins' 45-44 through the first 20 min Scoring with rights to the head
finale of the Membership Diive.
the Jax Navy nine in Its initial 1 .., .- ......-. ---- -- .,-,.._-"aP Bob Mcllardy in the last utes of action, but fell under an and an upper-cut left, Ralph
workout Monday on :Mason Ecild.
on- two second here Monday gave avalanche of third quarter buc Clark disposed of Gene Mayhue,
With four returnees hand, the Tars a hectic 9291'ictory.. kets and were never in serious Griffin, Ga., for the featherweight
Outfielders Jim Coughlin and Bill title In the first round. The bout
Last Friday at Winter Park the contention, losing 99-00.
Schuckers, pitcher Gene Clifford
collegians outshot Jax Navy, 99- The Mr. Inside-Mr. Outside was registered as a second round
and- second baseman Tom Neely, I
TKO as Mayhue the
combination of Zoda and Grabaz was on can-
Coach Frank McCaffrey ran 43 I'I 1c 90.The locals had victory within collected 53 points. Connie But. vas at the bell, unable to continuethe
candidates through heavy drills
grasp in the second meeting, but ler did the' damage for the foe fight.
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in for the March
preparation
1 Bob Grabaz, who had 18 points, with 28 points as Vancho had 21 Carlton Purdue, Griffin, Ga.,
opening. I lost control of the sphere in the and McHardy 20. was looking for a quick kill in his
"We'll work every day Mon dying seconds and McHardy Jax Navy's season mark is nowa welterweight meeting with Robert -

day through Friday, at 1600," said .4 picked it up to move in for the respectable 19-7 which augers Forrest, Jax Navy. The local '

McCaffrey, who is in his fourth M winner well for the forthcoming tournament stylist weathered a first round

season with the Fliers "It's too. I Leading by as much as eight competition.: I I storm to score a TKO at 1:10: of
early to say much about the personnel points in the first stanza, Jax the second.

but we're anxious to have Navy held on to a 53-50 advantage Local Will Conditioning Tells
Spikes
nil hands try out. I I
the intermission but
at
was Forrest had the better of the Infighting
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Defending champions in the deadlocked; 71-all after three per- Churn I In Garden in the first heat, but was
League and runner-up in the A
City
{ iods.
locals I Four Jax Navy cinder churnerswill tagged with early hooks to the
Sixth Naval District, the
Vaniho Hits 27 compete in the 34th annual head. In the second he caught
will be under fire again this sea
With 26 seconds to play the I Knights of Columbus track: meet Purdue with two left Jabs to the
by independentand
son service, city,
Fliers were in front 91-8fi but Feb. 28 in Madison Square Garden face and then went to work on
college nines. The completed I
diminutive Nick Vancho, a thornin New York City. the mid-section to floor the Geor-
schedule will near 70 games.
i the local's aide all evening Entering the one-mile college gia fighter.

Johnny Mize made the coun- with his 27 points, drove in for and dub relay limited handicapwill I A right hook to the head of

try's 40-year-olds forget what a crip shot and was fouled as the be Larry White Don Vanden- Mathew Pope, Cecil: Field, thrownby

Rocky Marciano did to Joe Wal- ball laced the nets. burg, Ed Scott and Ken Stewart, the Fliers Pat Rostbaum, mid-

cott. His free pitch was off the tar- while the latter pair will vie in dleweight, was the spark for a

get and Vince Zoda cleared the the 60-yard dash handicap. first round knockout 1:43.: ROM-

Ralph Knner has not lost a -----.----.-. -" boards to give the Fliers poss Tom Long will accompany the baum absorbed! considerable pun-

home-run hitting title in the seven -I Jimmy Nichols, famed -I ession. The deep freeze was on, squad as coach and trainer. Longis ishment, but connected with right
armed golfer, displays h I s ,
years that he's been in the prowess Saturday at NAS golf but to no avail as McHardy was a Marine with NATTCenter and left hooks to the head when

National League. I It. I I course at 1400. 'successful on his desperation: Special Services. I I Pope elected to dug it out.



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Top Graduate


Honors Go To


r Keller At ANP( }
y ti 3 1
Out of a class of 229 graduating

students last week
The Waves of the Jax Varsity Robert W. Keller, SA, finished -
Basketball team were guests of first to walk off with
the Women Marines at Parris Island -
honor man standings at Air
last weekend where they
man Preparatory School.KeJler' ,
played their 22nd game of the season -.
average -

*' V 1 Spirits. I I were high and even of 94.00

rjV *rm \ though the Waves lost the game was tops in his .

Saturday night, 40-47, they enjoyed class wnlchconsisted i ," ...

the 'reekend.l"otlowlng of

MONEY FOR IDEAS-In brief ceremonies last week, Capt. Leonldas D. Coates, Overhaul the game the Waves both sailors "
& Repair officer, presented $775 in checks to employees for beneficial kuggestions. Part of those receiving were treated to a steak dinner, and Marines. : <
I awards are shown above. Left to right are: Lawrence h Holmes, Francis Shea, Jess Marable after which a large cake was He entered the -:
John Diehl, Murphy McCormick Joseph Duncan, JamesVingate, Captain Coates Frank Hemingway served colorfully decorated with Naval Reserve Kellerin
Clemey Johnson, Barney Fuller, Samuel Twist and Gerald lloman.
... August 1952
.. __ "Welcome Six Waves The per- and was called
-- -
Checks Total $775 feet hostesses turned their club, t6 active duty in December

"The Tavern" over to the Waves 1952.

mm.rm who spent an enjoyable evening: After completing boot campat

0 & R Employees Receive On March 5 the Waves will go Bainbridge, Md., he was
(Items offering for sale articlesof ] to Penaacola to end their season sent to Jacksonville for school.

property such as washing machines with three games at Malrmide, Before entering the service

automobiles, furniture, radios Beneficial Idea Awards Whiting, Field and Corry Field. Keller attended the Collegeof
clothing and the like are prohibited Agriculture at Rutgerj Uni-

by Defense Department Uhnt's a coffee "klutch" with versity and was graduated in

tegulationu. This column will\ how- Checks totaling; $77500 were recently presented nineteen Over out doughnuts? The regular Sun 1952. He now expects to attend

ever list such services as avail- haul and Repair department employee for their participation in the day morning snack in the loungeof the AG school at Lakehurst,

able housing, rides wanted and I BeneCicial Surrestian Proeram. Barracks 722 was completely N.J.

lost and found snicks or other Included were awards majled to : : : disrupted last weekend becausethe _.
; ;
;
I thelnt est I In--I improvingthe ; -- -- -
similar notices.) former OAR" employees for Ideas doughnut machine at the NA.T'J'Center .

FOR RENTFuin. =' submitted prior to their leavingthe efficiency of the department. Sandwich and Dough- NAVY WIVES

2 bdim.! house, Ph. 2-8471. Station. Remer 1M, Wilsonwas It Is estimated that these ideas i nut Shop wasn't working, The

Frn. rooms. Ph. 81096. Mrs. Col- mailed a check for $25. Vincent will save 0 & R mort than $16- I breakfast twosome has become so

lins. T. Parr and Murphy B. McCormick 000 during the first year they are much a part of :Navy life, that CORNERThe

Furn. single or dble rms. 1447, received,, dual award of In use. having one without the other was
$40 and Arthur C. Simmons and first business meeting after
Avondale Ave. Ph. 2. 930, Mrs. like having bread without butter.
Shultz. W. G. Dingham shared a $10 Active participation, by employees S the installation of the new officers

Unfurn 2 bdrm. house. Avail. Feb. award. ? ] of all levels, in the Bene Vivian William returned from < boasted a capacity attend.

1 28, 5012 Appleton St. Ph. 8-4452, I S ficial Suggestion Program Is one leave tbls week wearing a smile i ance. Mrs: Marge Saultz, president
In addition to awards made for of the most effective to and a ring on her finger On
: Lt. Massey. ways earn of the club, appointed all
suggestions which, no far, have extra income contribute to Feb. 6, Vivian became Mrs Robert .
,
Girl wanted to share 3 bedroom job chairmen for the various club activities
only local application, Thomas! R. efficiency and win individual recognition L Knox Bob, also in theN
house, 6035 Sabre Drive, $30 mo.
Rosakranse received $M, and Barney for efforts and interest' "v)', 1 lit stationed at Key West, Correspondence was read
8 rm. furn apt., 431 Bellwood.Ph. E. Fuller and James H. Reed I above that normally required. Fla. and reports were given.

4.3375,, Mrs. Field. a dual award'of $25 upon the I "Get well" wishes this week are Of spec al interest was the report -
Unfurn. 5 rm. apt 1023 Oak St. recommendation of the Navy Efficiency One cannibal said to another sent to seven who are in the Hos of the "Teen-Age Club"

Ph. 22956. Mis. Moore. Awards Committee. All "Who is that lady I saw you withat pita! Included are: Jean Le- committee given by Mrs. Sue

Fuin. 3 rm. apt., $80 mo., 5356 had previously received local recognition the picnic?" Blanc, Berty Morgan, Joyce Rogers Clinton. This concerns all parents

Kingsbtiry. Ph. 2-2349, Mr. Simmons for their 1 suggestions. "That was no lady," replied the and Jeannette Bostic from of teen-agers, who are interestedin

These second awards were basedon other, "that was my lunch." NAS and Mary Dunton, Doris. having a place on the base

Furn. 1 bdrm. garage apt., 8530( benefits derived from additional Quinn an'i Jewel Gunn from NAT where their children may spend

Mates Ave. $50: mo. Ph. 112.8- 1 usage of their ideas at other Taxi driver pulling'over to the TCenter. the afternoon and early evening

3244, Mrs. Sadler. Naval activities. curb: "Did I hear somebody tell 1 NATTCenler opened Its arms to participating in sports and games

S bdtm. house, 1030 Wolf St. Ph. Clemey J. Johnson received $225, me to stop?" eight who have logged In from doing their home work, dance on

4.3691, after 5:30.: Ph. 2-8501, the highest local award, for his I Passenger: "Drive On. She Bainbiidge. They are Maralyn some evenings, etc., always chap.
Mrs Hardin. design of a hydraulic pi ess. The wasn't talking to you." Roderick, Mable I Hill, Barbara eroned by an attendant who will
second highest award, $200 went Grill, Jeannette Snapka, Alice I I
Apt. for 2 girls to share Ph. be hired by the Navy Wives Club.
7-3156 or ext. 216. to Lawrence V. Holmes, for a hyraulic Crowley, Mary French, Kathleen] .
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system overhaul Miller and Louise Castagna.
procedure- Comdr. William H. who
Lyons,
FOR SALK
modification of R4D aircraft, Attention Waves! This i is Your
2 bedrm. home and 11 acres on column works hand in hand with the
I so glvt'18 a call if you
Lake Interlachen, $8,900. Write have some news that you think committee on this project, and
A J>.Vi rtM*< k to ,
was presented
the Club invite
Capt. R C. Kephart, 4611, 43rd might be of Interest to your shipmates all parents and
Samuel Twist, a $30 award to., I their teen-age children ( 14-
Place N.W., Washington, D. C. age
Unfurn 3 bdim. house, 2427 Bland. James C. Wingate, and $25 rhe'ks\\ I .L 17)) to attend a meeting at Build.

ing Blvd. 8300. Ph. 2.6266, to Jess A. Marable.:, John H I : ; I The best way to beep" from getting ing 802, on Friday, Feb. 27, at
and Joseph N. Duncan, Jr. Ten ,
Mrs. Shoemaker. stiff in the joints is to stay 1900. This project can only succeed .
I dollar awards were made to Fran. of if enough show in
MISCEI.UANKOl'S= I r out them parents
cis S. Shea. Frank G. : s sI
Hemingway
Ride wanted from 60 W. 35th St. terest.
I Gerald N Homan, and William\ e a e.
0800 to 1630. Ph. ext. 526 or Pyburn. T'I t S The club voted to send $50 to(

6-2229, Miss Riley. I 1 9 the Dutch Flood Relief. This motion
Ride wanted from 37 W. 11th St. Capt. Leonidas! D. Coates, OAR ;' was sponsored by Mrs. Elm:

0800 to 1630 or earlier. Ph. ext. officer, who presented the checks ', I E\'eroski, herself a Dutch war
483 or 3-3090, :Mrs. Bus8t' '. last week, commended the men I bride.
I
Car pool or riders from Yukon, IMAINSIDE I The business
next will
meeting
squadron expires i iP'asron's Thus, Feb. 26
Venetia Vicinity.. Ph. 277, Cecil "kegleis" I' Jeopardy Barbara ,be held on Wednesday, March) 4.
were Up8t'ttwice 'trk Stanwyck
Field, Don .
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by the last place Jax Terminal 'I Frl., Feb 27 Written reports: by all chairmen
to New York, leave on or '' will be given, in
Athletic Club Thursday In theVeteran's Confidentially Connie changes by-laws
about Mar. 1. Ph. ext.: 8237, Lt.
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League _. Van Johnson will be voted on, and other important
Schaub. The 75-point handicap proved Sat., Feb. 28 issues will be discussed.All .
Driving to Los Angeles, leave
too much for the Fasronites to Battle Circus members are urged to be
Around Mar, 1. Ph, 9-3829, Gene
overcome as they lost the first two a _. .. .. Humphrey Bogart present.
Ruppert.
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804-860. and 800866. It was a NATTCenter r'
Baby sitter, Ph 8-4956: 1775 Ham
different story in the third set Thurs., Ftb. 23 In the meantime the nursery
ilton, Mrs, Addie,
however, as Fasron eliminated the Two Tickets To Broadway has installed the long anticipatedTV.
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Athletic! Club, 914-774. -_., .. .Tony Martin It already has proved to- bea
Scouting: The Squadrons Pete Ciovanninl was high point j Frl. Feb 27 feature attraction, especially fort

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Lowell A. Moore, SA-SN, and game set with :511, while Howie ., Feb. 28 supper hour has been changed to
Richard R. Paff, SA-SN. Wrixson bowled a c 1 JON second! k: Confidentially Connie 1830 so the children won't miss

Robert J. Zelgler, AMAN, with 505. !. J' _... ..? Van JohnsonNAVAI.1I0SMTAL I their favorite programs. It will
checked back in after spending In the Men's City Basketball f be appreciated if parents call
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three weeks in the hospital due to League last week, Cibba Corp. : Thurs., Feb. 2' I earlier in the afternoon and make

an operation. Zeigler resumed duties handed Faston's quintet a 49.42 The Hitch-Hiker reservations for supper.
OFF THE, DEEP END Red. I
with AirFramee Division. defeat at Jackson 1- Virginia Gibson -ruts a _.-..?..... .. Frank Lovejoy The cloak room is bursting with
Loyd D. Singletary contributed Cene McKenzie led Glbbs' attack pretty figure as the young romantic Frl., Feb. 27 I unclaimed articles of children'swear

his fourth pint of blood recentlyto with 12 points, all of which gal In the Warnercolor"StoP. Two Tickets To Broadway and parents are asked to

gain membership into the Half- were scored In the final quarter, You're Killing l\le.-. _...... .. Tony MartinSat. claim forgotten clothing. Again

Gallon Club with Intentions of giving while Bill Bailey was high point P i mon comedy Runyou from a a play a d Howard by HaP .. Feb. 28 I may we remind all (b mark chile

a gallon before his time In the I man for the ]locals with 15. I Lindsay. Jeopardy .. Barbara Stan wyck dren's C'1othing.gyp .