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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1954
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I Hollywood Cameramen Begin Shooting Jax Scenes For Cinerama Film I


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AH the movie cameramen, mentary film here. their exciting aerial exhibi airmen will be one of the highlights SOME OF the other scenes I

with their varied equipment, The Cinerama Corporationof tions with colored water of the sea-going phases of the movie have been or ;
moving about the Station Hollywood and New Yorkis streamers. of the Cinerama thriller. will be filmed In European

would lead one to believe that making the movie, tenta- YESTERDAY and today the Fighter Squadron 103, commanded coutnrics and in the U. S.

Hollywood is here By gol- tively titled "The Thrill of a shooting schedules called for by Lcdr Andrew B. For the benefit of the layman
lyl it is! Life Time." Academy Award I action at sea aboard the USS Connor, has been scheduled' to Cinerama is a new tech

Navy scenes and action In winner Louis de Rochemont is Lake Champlain with planesSee provide the aerial action nique in the art of motion picture -

the Jacksonville area and the producer. aboard the USS Lake Cham- ,, presentation Fifteen ':

aboard the USS Lake Champlain First shots were taken over Picture Page 2 _I- plain by making carrier qualification years of untiring research and

are being recorded by a the weekend at NAS, Cecil from Fleet Air Jacksonville landings and going an expenditure of millions of
Hollywood camera crew shooting Field with the Navy's famed units in supporting roles. through aerial gunnery 'exer dollars were used for perfect-

part of a Cinerama docu. "Blue Angels" going through Air-sea rescue of downed cises. (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2))
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Credit Union Sets Adm. Greaves


Annual Meeting Jf1 iM HIJ S .


Next WednesdayThe : Will Inspect

second annual meeting of I

the Jax Navy Federal Credit
Union la I scheduled for next Wednesday VOL-11 No. 40 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Flo. 14 January 1954 Medical! Units

Jan. 20, at 1545 In the

Civilian! Cafeteria, Building 2. Hear Adm. ,Frederick C

Highlighting: the agenda will be Ft w PropellerMen Greaves, Medical\ Inspector

reports of progiesa of the Credit #, t a Arrive For General of the tturcnuof

Union during the past year, election Medicine and Surgery, will

of officials, and recommen-, o & R ConfabA arrive here Monday morningto -

elation of the annual dividend to conduct the annual administrative

and materiel inspection ;.
be paid. propeller overhaul confer-
of all medical activities
Five new members of the Board ence, underway all this week in

.f Directors will be selected, two the Overhaul and Repair depart Accompanying Rear Admiral
,( ment of the Naval Air Station, Greaves will be his executive assistant .
members of the Com-
Supervisory ytt: <
., ? 4i,. has brought together more than Lcdr. Erwin W. White,
mltttee, and three members of the
50 representatives of major Navy and Lt. G. H. Morgan representative
Credit Committee will be named. commands and aircraft manufacturers
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of the
Comptroller's Dh'lsion
,
All officials will be elected for i 4* ,.( .. from all parts of the coun BuMed. '

two year terms, replacing those try.The
Activities to be inspected here
whoRe terms have expired or who t 3. conference was scheduled
have resigned.A .y by the Bureau of Aeronautics, include the Naval Hospital; the

NOMINATING committee Washington D. C, in order to Naval Air Station; Preventive

consisting of Jean Snowberger, provide opportunity for open dis- Medicine Unit No.1 1; the Naval

Overhaul and Repair, Chairman; t cusion of overhaul and maintenance Air Reserve Training Unit; the

Evelyn Winney, Supply-Fiscal, 2 problems common lo all Naval Air Technical TrainingCenter :
overhaul and
and Tom: Cowan, Public Works, r. concerned with repair activities ; Naval Station, Green
propeller assemblies
has proposed the following ballot
including Cove Springs; NAAS Brunswick,
supply supportfor
for consideration: usable items involved in pro- Ga.; NAS Sanford and NAS Cecil
Board of Directors: Umbeito B. q< Field.
peller] line maintenance. ... .
Pezzulla, 0 & R; Jack H. Plew, ----- ------ -- ---
O & R; Sidney J. Wilds, Indus- 4 MODIFICATIONS to equipment -
changes in Memorial Services
propeller configurations
trial
Relations; Sammie A, Whit-
tington, Public Works and Frank and overhaul procedures Next Monday For
: were listed as the main
C Wood, SupplyFiscal.Credit .
y .J'SAFETY reasons for calling the confer VP-3 Plane Crew
<< Committee: Andrew H. tJ
Memorial services for the
ence. According to R. M. Power,
CarIllon, 0 & R; Harry E. Jar- REMINDER-The safety flag and billboard, which Bureau representative heading nine Patrol Squadron 3 mem-
rard, 0 & R and William D. will remind personnel here of safety progress aboard the station, the conference, there has been a bers who crashed with their
Potts, Supply-Fiscal. Supervisory was officially put to use last Thursday Capt. Burnham C. !McCaf-
plane while
rapid development of dual rotation on a flight over
Committee free, NAS commanding officer, officially raises the flap, while
: Mary McCann 0
.B. members of the NAS Central Safety Committee (left to right) Al and high speed engines. In Iceland during December and
k II, and Olive W. Rucker, Sup Szarmanskl, Lawrence Boyer, Leonard Eubanks: Comdr J. E. spite of the widespread adoptionof were declared dead will be
ply-l<"l cal. Wootton, and Arthur Cliff, observe the ceremony. jet-type aircraft I advance held here next Monday.

FI'RTIIER! nominations, by model propeller type planes are Crew members of the downed

members, will be called for from Flag Board To RemindAll already under manufacture. plane were Lt. Henry L.

the floor; ,. ARRIVING FROM Washington Cason, ; Lt. Ishmael M. Blum; .

Joseph F, O'Connell, president, Tuesday was Samuel D. Bass, Ensign Ivan Schlff; Eddie L.
will preside at the meeting and also from the Bureau, who dis Cater, AD2; Everett J. Hum-
will report for the Board of DI Oi Safety ProgressSafety cussed new procedures of scheduling bert, Jr., AM2; Amos Wormley
rectors. The Board Is expected to work on material awaiting Jones, Jr., AT3; William Albert

recommend that a dividend ap- consciousness is taking a firmer grip here at overhaul before being placed in Ward, ATAN( ; Robert
proximately double that ,of last the Naval Air Station as a concerted effort to remind all stock for issue to fleet activities. Braun Whale, AL3; and Mar-

year be paid, and that appropriate hands that "safety pays" was initiated last week with the Arrangements for the conference vin Loyd Baker, A03.
compensation for the treas- raising of the new safety flag outside the main gate. and the planning of the dayto The memorial services will
rrer; take place at 1000 Monday
.be granted.Weather ,
The with a bill-
flag along day agenda were completed by
I er's carelessness. Jan. 18 at All-Saints' Chapel. i
board, will remind personnel of Comdr. Harry Huester, person-
t Friends of the men are Invitedto
Outlook safety aboard the station. When nel officer of the Overhaul and
the flag In flying, it means all TilE BILLBOARD, which sets Repair department. be present.
Friday-Cloudy to overcast, can take pride that their effortsin in front of the flag pole, will
with occasional light rain. Mod safety are paying off. But, if daily remind all hands of lost- a,:: .,
"
erate S to SW surface winds. time accidents.It .
the flag is at half-mast, it means
Maximum temperature about 74. that someone is not at work that is all part of a planned pro- ,

Saturday-Same. day because he or she was in gram that ties in with accident s mss, ,
Sunday Overcast. Showers jured on the job, either through frequency and severity I rates i N
with possible thunder activity. their own fault, unsafe conditions among "industrial type" workers

Gradual clearing. Cooler in P. M. or through a fellow work (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4))



I I Servicewide PO Examinations Set For FebruaryThe II. 3

.y
yeoman stenography performance 23; P02, Feb. 16 and P03, Feb. tributed to' the field.
test for the Febru 9. Qualifications for the emer-
ary service-wide enlisted com Tentative qualifications for
gency service rating of fire
petitive examinations has been advancement for personnel in
waived by the Navy. the general service rating of control technicians G (missile : .

The stenography test will, fire control technicians (FT) guidance systems) have not yet

however, be required for the and in the emergency service been established. FCTG qualifications __ _
emergency service rate of YNS ratings of fire control tech, are being i developedand
l.OOOTII TEACHER GRADUATES-Franklin Green, AOC, an
stenographer nicians A (automatic directors will be published in change electricity Instructor at Aviation Ordnancemen School Class (A)
Service-wide petty officer examinations ) (FTM) and fire control 3 to the Manual of Qualifica at NATTCenter, was the 1,000th Instructor to be graduated: from
will be held as follows technicians I U (underwater tions for Advancement In Rating the Instructor-Tralning School. lie reads, his "diploma" with
Comdr. Charles Dodds, (left), Director of Training and Lfdf. Rob.
: CPO Feb. 2; POt, Feb. ) (FTTJ) have also!' been dls- (NavPers 180 8). ert Gimbel, Training Facilities ..ffiter.F .



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I every Thursday lor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
Station, Jacksom llle. FM. CATHOLIC
WAS jMkMavllU Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000-
t>pt. Burnham r McCaffree ..........................,.Commanding Officer
Comdr John D. Riitfh....,..-.........,?,-?- ?.?,-, ,. ..r-..nr.nTm,*:I <""v. Officer St. Edward's Chapel.
Fleet Air' J.tk*.a..UU Seurday-0800.
Rr Adm. Osborne B. llardlaon ....... .. ........................Commander
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins ... ........... .. .....................Clklet of Staff Daily-0630. I'
n.et Air Wli g Cieve. SW1day-0630-Ma's at Hospital
Capt. Theodore Dahl ....._ t __ ;_ Commander
Comdr. Frank D. Heyer .Chief StaU Officer Chapel. t
Haul Air Tecbiitftl. TraI>I.c Dater
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C pt. David MoCampbcll_ Commanding Officer MORMON ,
Coutdr. Richard S. Stuart ......... ...'......................Executive Officer' 1930 Wednesday NATTC -

Capt. Edward S. Lowe _..........,..Naval... '. Otlpl&al .. .. rhmmandiiiF Officer Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN .
Capt. I* A. t\",Lon ....... r."ecuUu Officer SCIENCE1900TuesdayNATTC
k.
Capt. John L., Counihan MABTD ,Commanding Officer Chap- a
Comdr. Anthony Truaao ...i..................................Executive Officer Iain's Office.

Tbe JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. PROTESTANT .
Jacksonville. Florida, and printed commercially- : with non-ap eopranted fund 0930-All Saints'
!t no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P35. Rev. Chapel.
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed free of charxe at the Naval Air Station the 1100-All Saints' Chapel. -
Naval Air Technical Training Center&, Naval Air Reserve Training f'nit Naval :
Air Station Cecil Field and the U. ::to Naval' Hospital 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
tdltor-AndN'w 11, Planey .
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper; Staff Repol'ten-Ed Henderson. PNSN;
Got don Rubble SN
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member or the Armed Forces Press Service. J
AFP3 ------ --- ------
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without
the written permission of Armed Forces.Press Slr\lot. Republication of othermatter
vie* publications) la prohibited without permission of ARMY BEACHHEAD-Ruth
Editor.: lxt'V IImlm? Kauffman SA, a Wave at Elec
ftll Editorial 216 and 8164.offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extensions trician's Mate School Class (A) Army Sergeants
office pours a traditional Navy
"cup of joe" to welcome two Attend
a Classes.
MAINSIDE Army Master Sergeants to the
Thursday, Jan. 14 school. Left is M/Sgt. Harry
Prayer Of A Steering WheelI'm Charge of The Lancers Goodwin with M/Sgt. Paul At AE SchoolThe

.._......._._Paulette Goddard Wolfe. Both are from the Army
Just a wheel-;-a steering death, to a child, a grandmother Transportation School at Fort
'wheel-and you are my cap- even to you. It makesno Friday, Jan. 15 Eustis, Va. Army established a beaih-
difference to me. Does it to Three for Bedroom C.Gloria head this week at Aviation Elec

tain.Behind me, you are the lord you? Swanson 16 Selected For trician's Mate Class (A) School

and master of a miracle. You You are the master I respond Saturday, Jan. 16 when two Master Sergeants rev

can make me take the kids to instantly to your hands. Latin Lovers_Lana Turner -ported aboard to attend the

school. You can turn me down Give me calm hands, steady NATTCENTER LDO 5 For OCS course. .

the road to town, guide your hands careful hands, and, I am Thursday Jan. 14 They are M Sgt. Harry P.

goods to maiket, iush the inJured your friend. But give me unsteady Gun Fury _._?..... .--Rock Hudson At' NATTCenterSixteen Goodwin and M/Sgt. Paul L.
to the hospital. You can hands teckless hands, Friday Jan. 15 Wolfe, both from the Transportation -

go in minutes to places that hands directed by a fuzzy mind, Charge. of The Lancers enlisted men have been School at Fort Eustis, Va.

once were far away. then I am your enemy and a _........__...Paulette Goddard processed at the Naval Air Technical Tbe two warf rants, both
You can do all these and menace to all living things.I Saturday Jan. 16 Training Center for the veteran of World War II and

more. Yet, in the blink of an was made for pleasuie and, Three for Bedroom C Limited Duty Officer Program I in Sergeant Wolfe, a battle-

eye, I can turn deadly killer. Iran usefulness. Keep me that way. _....u......M_.. Gloria Swanson the Navy and five for Officer scarred veteran from Korea,

snuff out the life of a kid- Behind me you are the lord and NAVAL HOSPITAL Candidate School, the Information will teach aviation at the

maybe your kid. I can twist a master of a. miracle or the Thursday, Jan. 14 and Education office announced planned school which U M>hr
smile into tears. I can wreck instrument of tragedy. Roman Holiday., Gregory Peck this week. ales to open at Fort Eiiktl in

and destroy. I can deal out It's up to you. Friday Jan. 5 Those candidates for LDO will 1 July.

Gun Fury Rock Hudson Army air transportation includes
r -- be. notified by the Bureau of Naval
'I liaison planes, helicopters
Personnel if they have been
Gas Plant Operator selected. Officer School Candidates and transports. The sergeants
Comdr. Weiler HollywoodContinued I will instruct in organization and
I also will be notified at a
field maintenance at the
( from Page 1)) Vacancies ListedTwo I later data.Following. School. Army
Takes CommandOf
ing the method vacancies exist for Gas :, were the men processed Sergeant Goodwin was an aerial

Fasron Six Its inventor, Fred Waller, is Plant Operators at the US Marine : gunner during World War Jl

most famous for developing a Corps Depot of Supplies at Limited Duty OfticerRobert when the Army Air Force was in
"*Lcdr. Frederick Woodward Rickel, AT1; Edmund Clegg effect. Sergeant Wolfe wears the
gunnery trainer I which hat Albany, Georgia.
was relieved as commanding officer A01; Donald Coleman, TDC} Otis Combat Infantry Badge.
been credited with averting Salary staita at $1.40 per hour Dewoody, ATC; John Dolan AO1; Both are former instructors in
of Fasron Six by Comdr. Harold -
thousands of American casualties for the first step, with 51.58 per Albert Lee AOC; Samuel Law- automotive transportation.

J. Weiler Jr., at an impressive during World War II. hour being paid for the fourth ranee, AOl; Joseph Macy, AOC;

change of command ceremony Cinerama makes a person feel step. Applicants with the necessary Carl Miller, AOl; William Pass, chael Boylson, ATC; John Crjer,

Monday.The he is standing in the middle of experience requirements can AEC; Harmon Sawyer, AEC; AEC; John Fischer, ATI; Donald

the scene. forward an Application for Vernon Scott AOC; Francis Kirkner, 'ATC; Harmon Sawyer,
largest Fleet Air JacksonVille
Cinerama gives an added illusion Federal Employment, SF-57, direct Shacklett, ATC; Frank Turner, AEC.
squadron, I.'alll'on. Six to an of reality to a movie to the Employment Unit, AEl.John; Zanzola, CSC] Angelo a .

integral unit of the Atlantic Fleet by use of an extra-wide and Marine Corps Depot of Supplies, Zingaro, AMC. TV Performers

and"",,'88 designed to support the curved screen.. Albany, Ga. Officer Candidate School-Mi-' ,

operations of other fleet squadrons ---
!4: 4 Y
from earlier air y' Magicians Plan
groups and 6a F': ''

Wings. 9'' s.. ;R S .. } t .
Lcdr. Woodward will report to tt;, v} eSt.' K'a t$ot? ki ------- -- .... r 5 Jan. 27 Show

the Naval Air Technical Training .,, f:. ,, O.,
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isSS t. ,4 '. R. % R' 1X
.R. I } l
Center at Jacksonville for his T h e r e' 11 be rabbits, probably,

next duty assignment. He came Asa coming out of a hat and poker
: ;ri ,"a'"C
to Fasron 6 from the staff of the k 'YS;; Pete from Pike's Peak will have i

Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train- ; to look. at his card-playing laurels
ing at Glenview, Ill. ..< ..'C'? c i< '3S at the Naval Air Technical

Comdr. Writer reported to Training Center Auditorium Jan.
27.
Fattron 6 from the staff of
Commander Amphibious Train Gem and Jo, magicians, who

ing Command, U. S. Atlantic advertise a show "for the wise and

Fleet, U. S. Naval Amphibious I otherwise", will be featured on a

Base, Little Creek, Va. Comdr. !: i program of variety acts beginning
at 2000.
;
Weiler
was ,staff operations officer -
and research development i Also on the program will be
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o
.fleer., o- < television performers from WM-

Eddie __ h BR-TV and from the Naval Air
Rickenbacker's rescue
E. Station.
after "going down" in 1942 during
Sarah Clifton, who had
!! appeared
World War II was accomplished
as a songstress on WMBR,
partially through the efforts of
Lcdr., Woodward. will sing, John Payne, AD2, of
VP-16, accompanied by Pete Dollar -
Th. former Fasron 6 skipper AD3 of OAR
on the guitar,
piloted the plane which rescued will
also
: I present a singing pro
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Capt. Cherry, pilot of Ricken gram. Nell Wilmont of Jacksonville

backer's downed aircraft. This .l.l!!!! will offer a series of dance

rescue in, turn led to the rescue ., 4 numbers Including the hula.
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of Rickenbacker! and other members CINERAMA-SlreaklBg the in .
sky one of their routines
of, his plane .b+' pinpointing Angels, flight eihibiUon through a shooting' crew of the Cinerama are Motion the NavJ" famed Blue A chorus girl showed her friend

UM location of their drifting itft- MOB grinds way. This action and other scenes filmed aboard the carrier USS Lake Picture Champlain Corpora-will I a check given her by a ",ufardaddy"
ro U o "Thrill of a Lifet ise," a Cinerama production. .Cinerama Is
the
and
raft revolutionary returned from the
2lm method 01
preseatatiott which pits the theater fan the middle of the "
'. scene (See story Pare 1)). bank marked. "Insufficient Fum".

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14 January-.1954' JAX AIR NEWS Page Three


i 'Thanks' From


Hope Haven


For Blood


Gratitude and appreciation to

the Navy for the fin response
to a call for blood by the hope
Haven Hospital has been for

warded by officials of the hos

pital.

In her letter, Mrs Ruth Lawton -

superintendent of Hope Haven

writes;
1 S' ( "We wish to take this oppor-

L'- tunity to thank all the men for

the generous supply of. blood I
"3s which has been placed for our

PIE FACTORY-When they make pies at the station's bakery, they really go in for mass production At one operation, the credit at the Jacksonville Blood i
bake shop turns out 1,000 pies for personnel at NAS and NATTCenter. At the left, strips of dough for the crust machine are pre- Bank, .
I pared by Cpl. Ronald Strobel. In the center, Spt. Thomas Strickland (left) and Sgt. Harry Hartley prepare a pot of pie filler. There
are several other important steps in-between before the final product Is produced George Boyle, AA, is ready to consume all eight "We assure you there Is great
rations of the finished product '(right photo), need for this blood as so many of
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our patients come from all over
Should See The !
Y Men's Club Invites you Recipe SAFETYBox I the state of Florida and it is

Servicemen To DanceThe Apple Pie 'Just Like Mom Bakes' Score ily often when impossible. w* are to In contact need of a plain fam

Y Men's Club of Jackson ma.

ville is sponsoring a YMCA dance Line Disabling Injuries Through ,..
I I Prepared On Navy Assembly "Please accept this M ut.e
Just for Navy men each Friday Monday, Jan. 11 piesion of out deep appreci*

evening. Apple pie, "like mother 'ing table>, In a four-man opera. I This Month........ .....?....._ .. .? 1 tlon."
Dances will be held at the Pal. "
used to bake, goes on the assembly : 4.5
ladium, located on the Southside tion, bottom crust, filling, top This Year ___...-,.._....._. 1
line "the Navy way. crust and topping) are completed FOofthWeekHonors
Street.Admission .
In Mary
From the first mix of dough and. the pies made ready for the Days Since Last
man U 30 cents.Traffic .
per
and filling, machinery' takes over ovens Lost-Time Accident......._ 3
iiiaj in the preparation of pies to sa After 45 minutes of baking, At Center
Violations tiate the sweet teeth of some the steaming, aromatic desert is (Herein each week will be

6,000 sailors and marines at the done and ready for distributionto found the Safety Box Score of Taken By Vath
Naval Air Station and Naval Air Mainskle and Mayport and losttimeaccidents incurred
Still With Us; Technical Training Center. NATTCenter mesa halls. among industrial-type employ. _
(This {is the nth if* a MOW
And that, my friends U 1,000 The bake shop produces varied ed persons at NAS Jax.

79 In 34 Days feet of pies per baking: breads Danish pastries, cakes, ties Petty at OJI'wer the Naval of-tht-Wcek Air Technical Se

THE STATION bake shop Is located rolls, cream puffs, cookies and
Nine Cited Training Center.)
Seventy-nine traffic violations in Building 412 and witha doughnuts.
Memories of the Berlin Air Lift
have been recorded aboard the in sailors and eight
fresh, steady wind the right Twenty ma-
are outstanding In the Naval career
station during the 34-day period direction, an aroma of freshly rines make up the bake shop At Fasron 6
of Charles J. Vath, Jr., AE1,
between Dec. 4 and Jan. 8. baked pastry pervades the air. staff, which is under the direction -I
at present Master at Arms in
Although traffic court was not To make an apple pie, according of Lcdr. George Davis, NAS Nine men from Fasron Six
held over the holidays, proceed. to Boyd R. Bulter, CSC, lead- Commissary Officer, I were honored during a change Building 513.
ings were held later. Ing chief, you start out with the of command ceremony Monday, ,.,. '<01:11,:: I Vath for

Of the total number involved, apples, all 1,500 pounds of 'em. which saw Comdr. Harold J. r e I g h months
14 represented Improper parking The recipe for 1,000 pies calls 3 Mosquiteers'OfPMU Wciler Jr. relle'lngLrdr., Fied- worked in

'violations] ; 14 speeding counts; 14 for 210 pounds of sugar, 30 erick E. Woodward m aInten 1 -
automobiles with faulty equipment pounds of butter, two pounds of 9o.1 1 Eight were awarded Good ance with VR8at

; 11 reckless driving offenses cinnamon and nutmeg, two quartsof Conduct Medals for maintain- Rhine Main,

; 9 ticketed for running stop lemon flavor, 46 pounds of cornstarch Together AgainThe ing perfect conduct records F r ankfort,
signs; 3 involved in accidents; 2 and two pounds of salt. over the past three )"eus. They .ax. Germany, dur-
driving others' cars without writ 1 But, that isn't all! "Three Mosquiteers", who were: Melvin P. Burt AK1; Ing the lift that
ten permission, and 2 I inattentive TO MAKE the crust you add staffed to Preventive Medicine Frederick J. Humphrey. Alit; l broke the backof I

driving cases.Autorestriction. 232 pounds of sheltering, 10 Unit, Naval Air Station, Jackson. I Howard L. Baker ADAN; Vain -- the_.. Rusalan

from NAS was pounds of salt, 6 dozen eggs, A ville, in 1951, are back together Charles J. Burns, AM3; Melvin blockade and brought fooJ and
meted out to 30 offenders; restriction gallon of salad oil, a gallon of again after two of the mosquito D. Conwcll, ADAN; Gene T I necessities to beleagured Berlin.

with i suspended sen evaporated milkand 250 poundsof chasers took off for duty in Ko. Jordan, AM3; Kenneth A native of New Orleans, Vath

.. tences was awarded to 19; 24 received flour. rea and Japan about two years O. Davis,. AM3; and MauriceR. Joined the Navy In June, 1910,
warnings; 3 cases were The work, after the dough is Sierens ADAN. and attended boot training at San
dismissed, and 3 were forwardedto mixed, is now ready for the as ago.Since that time, Comdr. Ken An Air Medal was awarded Diego "

the CO. sembly line on a circular, rotat- neth L. Knight, offlcer-in-chaige to Richard H. Brownfield, ADC, He reported here In February,
of the unit has the home for outstanding and meritorious :- '
kept 1953 from NAS Barbers Point,
fires burning in the local mos achievement m aerial flightas Hawaii. I
One More Day To Submit Your quito traps, while Lt Edward D. I a helicopter pilot in action

Chapman and Lt (jg) Joseph G. I against the enemy in Korea

Safety Cartoon Contest Entry McWilliams were surveying the ters in a pair one whole size too Death Benefit Society

situation in the Far East. Chap- small. lie was laid up for a week Assessments Jan. 18-19
man left her in November, 1951, after that.
No one ever claimedthe Mutual Death Benefit Society
and MeWilliams In March 1952.
substitute shoes, nor did a members are advised that pay
Repeal Problem check of personnel provide any ments of assessments No. 28 and
ed While their paths crossed now information on his own shoes. 29 are due by Jan. 25. '
!and then, the two never actually
ACA ... ,
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met. Chapman held an adminis ; m .. ( : 1
trative position in the Naval In- ..

firmary at Sasebo, Japan until
'J he was ordered to the staff of

Ht5rsrrO Ou I/NE, Commander Naval Forces Far
was mtrJ IN TNfsvr.cr NAYY: '7e e N Qeowseo 6 rVrtvit.74vol we. ." East, a post MeWilliams had just
AN ri R r w && left to become sanitation officer

with the First Marine Division in
Jack Snavr Characterized by Phil Storch, AMAN, VF.13 Korea.

The safety cartoon contest, Field into the ranks through the The major problems in the Far

sponsored by the Automotive Vehicle pen of Phillip Storch, AMAN, at- East, they revealed, results from
Safety Board, closes its tached to VF-13. Storch christened the rice paddies which form a
books this week M the contest his nominees "Jack Snavy." perfect breeding ground for mos

ends Jan. 15. A $25 defense bond prize is of- quitoes.
Comdr. Edward P. Irons, headed fered by the Board for the win. Despite their similar experiences -
the Board, expressed gratitude' ning cartoon. their viewpoints on the Far x. o \

to local artists for the response i Comdr. Irons points out that East differs Says MeWilliams,
received, and states that the winning while the cartoons naturally are "I'll go back any time."
I
cartoon will be announced drawn' for laughs, the underlying Shoes DisappearBut
in the Jan. 28 i issue of Jax Air significance of their antics is far Chapman likes American

News from funny. Every instance indicates customs better, particularly at _...._
Numerous cartoon characters, a common traffic error dinner when it isn't required for
REUNITED-Two of the original! "Three l\losquiteers," L.t (js)
all of whom have a perfect talent Which all too frequently leads to guests to leave shoes outside. Joseph McWIlliams (left) and Lt Edward Chapman (right, 'are
for courting disaster behind the tragedy. If the cartoons are While he was enjoying a Japa reunited with Comdr. Kenneth Knight, third member of the mos.
wheel ,of a car, have been introduced clever enough, he hopes they will nese banquet, his own shoes dis- quito fighters in the NAS Jax Preventive Medicine Unit No. 1.
in these pages. Today's be remembered. No telling how appeared and he was forced to The separation took the wanderers to Japan and Korea. Now
back McWillIams and
once more, Chapman are briefed en happenings "
entry above brings NAB Cecil many lives will\ be saved theieby walk all the. way back to quar. at home in the mosquito haunts of Jacksonville.T .



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Two More CommendationsTo




\ R \ Early Warning Squadron

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d Two more commendationshave can V. Dachs, has gaincied 13

... + recently been awarded such commendations.
i Air ll's Airborne' .
y t Fleet Wing t M
sr S 1 Atd.,, Early Warning Squadron 4 AMONG TilE achievements Admiral .
S for exceptional and outstanding I- McCormick "noted with
5 ; p. performance of duty atlsfaction" were: an increase
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while i I conducting day and In radar coverage, more rapid de-
: night i hurricane 'reconnais- livery. of warnings the fleet, I

sance missions during 1953. continuous coverage' of Hurricane I

Forwarded by Admiral LyndeD. 'Florence": from interception until -

McCormick, Commander in- it was over land, and the '
t Chief of the Atlantic Fleet and smooth transition between typesof
+. s.Jr. Capt. Robert O. Minter, officer- aircraft

z S*. i v iM1k'A3 ... xloe'a*w. In-charge of Fleet Weather Cen- Capt. Minter was especially impressed -
.S. tral at Miami, the commendations with the complete disre

__m ............,... .." '_,; _liiilllN -.__..___ upped the total number of official gard for danger displayed by
plaudits to six won by the VW-4 flight crews who weathered
BRIEFED FOR FLIGHT-Getting last minute briefing; on weather conditions from their aerol. "Hurricane Hunteis" this past hurricanes and
dst before taking their P Y-5 Neptune on a hurricane reconnaissance flight is this flight crew seven one violent
of VW-4 "Hurricane Hunters", formerly VJ-2. The squadron has received two more commendationsfor season. Atlantic storm last year while
outstanding performances.' Kneeling (left to right) are: Lt. (k) D. Lee Jewell, Ensign William .Since its date of commissioningat gathering vital weather informa-
Marsh, Lt. Maxey Watson, Lt. Harry Davis, Lt. (Jg) Robert Ralrhunas! and Clarence Kwiatkowski, NAB Sax, March 10, 1952, tion.
PIIAN. Standing (left to right) are: Charles Harvey, AL3; Charles Barker, A03; Joseph Sullivan, M .
ADZ, and Robert Galboe, AN. VW-4, commanded by Comdr. Lu-
DURING HURRICANE "Flor-

Fasron Six, VF-174. VF-11, Fasion 109, VF-22 VF.104 Report ence"Hunters, one flew crew aircraft of Hurricane into the

center of the exceedingly turbulent -

Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons storm and orbited there for
three hours, sending back accu-

SALTY HUMOR FROM rate and highly important. re-
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I au two members of the squadron. ber "Man of the Month"". "Wilksis ports.
E. Woodward, were pacing up and down at the one of my most willing workers Records indicated that the time
commanding officer, Naval Hospital awaiting the ar- and has participated in all this flight remained in the "eye"of

and ex-executive rival of new additions 4o their squadron functions, whether in the Hurricane exceeded any
relieved Monday by families.Lt. line of Ordnance or extracurricular similar performance by approxi-

J. Weiler, Jr., Russ Enquist commemorated activities," says Lt. John H. mately one hour.Informa.tlon .
of command
the occasion of the birth of Grant, squadron ordnance officer. obtained by squadron -
Hangar 115.
his 9 lb. 14% oz. boy, Jan. 3. Vir- Wilks1 Ordnance chief, RichardC. crew members during this in-
title of "White Hat
1 ginia FarrantL introduced 6 lb. Crowell, AOC, has also noth- vestigative flight proved instrumental -
: goes to II native Harriett Cal- 11 oz. Margaret to dad Joe Far- ing but high praise for the new- in minimizing loss of life

ranti, ADC, also on Jan. 3. est "Man of Jhe Month". and reducing damage to property,
selected his
was by
for continuous Harry Kingston, BM1, and his Although he still has two yearsto especially in northwest Florida.

1 : and outstanding lead- I wife Leona announce the birth serve on his present enlist- Formerly Weather Squadron 2
Jet Shop. of John, a 7 lb. 15 oz. son Dec. ment, Wilks has already made (VJ-2)), the unit was.the first of

graduation from Jef 13. Joe Anderson, ADC, became i up his mind to make the Navy its kind to be commissioned in
in father of a girl, Joanne, 8 Jb. his career. A native of Roanoke, the Atlantic Fleet.
High Marysville,
and 6 oz. Dec. 9. Va. he enlisted in The
joined the Reserves. the Navy in squadron was redesignated
: of WWII, he was The Christmas season also be- February' 1952. Wilks Was assigned Airborne Early Warning Squadron
VN-14 NAS Jax came an unofficial engagementseason. to Fasron 109, after com 4 (VW-4)) on Dec. 15. Coinciding -
,
\ transferred to Fleet Roland Fontaine, AN be- pleting recruit training at Bain- with the redesignation
I in the Aleutian Is- came engaged to Donna Schartzof bridge, Md. % was a change-over In squadron

, then he has served Dubuque, Iowa while Miss SCVF:22 aircraft from P4W-2 "Privateers"to
"Ted" Marlin of Detroit, is sporting P2V-5 "Neptunes".
various units He
I Fasron re- the ring of Ray Brewer, AD3. VF-22 is getting back on full
\ Six February The final step was taken by working schedule aften an eight cer's Club reception. ,

\ two members of VF-11. MelvinG. month tour in Korean waters anda Although many of the pilotsare
in Jax with Weeg, AN, married Rose month's leave for all squadron being transferred out of the
. and two sons. Marie Rovenski, of Detroit, and personnel. squadron VF-22, eleven new officers -

Giovannini, AD3, one Tom Warinner, ATI, exchanged"I Two of its bachelor pilots join-, have just checked in, including -
: outstanding versatile do's" with Virginia Sarrels if ed the ranks of the married. Lt. Lt. Lorin W. Hay; Lt.

to the squad- Jax.Another (jg) Dan Trimble, married Betty Hugh H. Lowery; Lt. (jg) JohnA.

after spending two unusual paint job plan Richardson in his home town of Strand and Lt. (jg) Hugh C.
Naval Hospital at has been revealed. Future VF-11 Monroe, La. Lt. (jg) Hal Averyt Kuhlman. Making up the rest of
5'r: I. He was admitted F2H-4 Banshee noses will be made a completely Navy affair the squadron will be six new

with injuries decorated with lightning bolts on out of his wedding, when he mar- Ensigns straight from the train-
the AirLant Touch a flaming boar's head. ried Lt. Betty Taylor, a nurse ing command. Pete Hansen, Rob-
: at Quonset stationed on the base in All ert Allen, Robert Bur ford,

Fasron 109 Saints Chapel. He had a good George Dwyer, Glen Simpson,
: complement rose Fasron 109 Is justly proud of part of the squadron earning the and W. E. Shindle. Ensign Al

Friday as 93 men James O. Wilks, AN, its Decem- cake they ate later at the Offi- Fosnocht will be squadron

r off the USS Hornet "''''''''W '" ...,....1H.w.w......., ground officer.
: ( for further' assign *
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VF-104 -
a : > A
commanding
: new name, a new -
" VF-174 officer, new aircraft, and a
i \ off the New Year large group of new personnel

Julian Arnold, acting make 1954 an outstanding dif
of VF-174, put ferent year for VA-104.

oak leaf insignia Despite profound respect for
the rank of Lcdr.
t the venerable Corsair, there wasa
the stork have general lifting of spirits when
again to- Hell Razor the first AD-6 aircraft were re-

. weds include j ceived.

AE3, to Joan VA-104's new commanding officer -
; Delbert G. Russel, at. replacing Lcdr. Harold II.
Miller of Evans Brock (who was acting com-
; Gerald K. Bunnel,
manding officer, now executive
t Betty Tarant of lax t.: officer) is Lcdr. Donald H. John-

to- ; E. Mowrey' AN, to __ son who,took command on November -
t
Hauch of Jax. 28th. New personnel reporting -
\ was born to Caro- to the squadron totalled
S wife of Lt. (jg) E. L. 26. Eleven officers and fifteen
;
11.
/1 COl\fMENDED-Ltonard Spohn, AD3, of Patrol Squadron 5, enlisted mep.BCBs .
: .
receives
.' congratulations from Brig. Gen. R O. Bromfield, USAF,
VF-11 Commander Iceland Defense Force, for winning a sailor.oMhe- : Payments Due
.,'I least two thirds of month award during November while deployed with VP-5 in Ice- 'Blue Shield-Blue Cross
policy
land. The squadron received
! were "stomping an "outstanding" rating from Commander -
Iceland Defense Force and Commander Naval Forces, holders are reminded that payments -
their home
grounds,
I Iceland. are clue Jan. 1810.
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SCHOOL ON WHEELS-One of the many vans used by Naval Aviation Mobile Training Detachment
to transport the latest aviation trainers is this 42-foot trailer. Complete with Instruc

tors the huge trailers are dispatched from NATTC Memphis to stations requiring; a specific type

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Technical School On Wheels
Literally TURRET TALK-Phases of operation of a Martin upperdeck .
turret found on Neptune patrol bomber is explained here to John

for Million, AL3, (In turret) and Nell Peterson, AT3, (center), trainees
Less taxes American before the planes can be taken thoroughly oriented from VP-18 by Ebble Hunter, AOC, Instructor. The latest in aviation
and Naval
taxpayers a stronger -
aloft. 2. Under the present set-up, ordnance training is available to all squadrons via NAMTD
air two main
arm are
New modifications must be a 43-foot trailer completewith at Building 702.
points behind the Navy's newly -
learned both and main-
organized Naval Aviation by pilots instructors and nec- quired! by trainees on each phase.

Mobile Training Detachmentin tenance personnel in the short- essary equipment is dis- Personal experience and school- Communism

est time possible in order for the patched to the NAMTDarea factors.
Building 702. ing are controlling .
Navy to best keep its umbrella of
almost immediatelyupon In
The new method of training Explained
protecting aircraft in the air. THIS
loaves countless hours by bring- request. ALTHOUGH this type

ing the latest operational and Although Naval Air Mobile training is used mostly by fleet Special FilmShocking

maintenance information on new MOBILE TRAINING programs Training Units were primarily units, it is also available to reserve -

aircraft to pilots and crew members work this way: designed to provide instructionfor squadrons, shore squadronsand evidence of the fact

in lieu of transferring themto 1. A squadron (regardlessof aviation maintenance person- civilian technicians at Over- that servicemen in our Armed

another base for training. type) receives modifi- nel, all mobile units are fully haul and Repair. Forces" know too little about the

Thousands of dollars have been cations to their planes br equipped to instruct pilots and Under the command of Lt. (Jg) meaning and the goals of Com-

Gerald W. Stone, the mobile detachment munism Is the numberof
alarming
slashed from the Navy's shareof perhaps gets new type plane crews in special classes. of''
planes. In the past officers After enrollment in here is only one "Progressive C.h's" In Koiearecently
the Armed Forces budget as a a specific
units scattered throughout
many who were won over to
result of the mobile training pro- and men needed trainingat course further man hours are
various Naval aviation activities.
the beliefs of the Conrminlsts.Despite .
grams which are literally avia- other bases to become saved by adjusting the time reLEARN The controlling point for dispatching -
---- articles in
tion technical schools on wheels. vans is Naval Air Tech- numerous
5J* newspapers and magazines con-
.St nical Training Center, Memphis,
WHEN A TRAILER arrives Tenn. cerning Communists and Commu-

nism, Americans still have
aboard the station, equipment is "At the present time maintenance many

unloaded and placed in Building 'tv courses; on the F2H-2, F2II- little knowledge of exactly what
Communism is, how it originated,
702 where classes in operationaland w.. : 3, F9F-5, and the F9F-8 are available -
% iY or what it stands for.
maintenance are conducted. # for instruction. ," Lt. (jg)
On the premise that Communists -
Upon completion of the course Stone stated. "Operationalcourses
1
will be unsuccessful in trying
the trailer is reloaded and takento currently on hand are on
to undermine our way of life
other activities as needed. the F2H-2, P2V-5, Munitions,
once our people become enlightened
The need for this new methodof r s Ordnance and Rearming, and the I
on the subject, the Navy has ,
training men on-the-spot was AD-1, 2, 3, 5," he added.
made several films about Com-
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created by the rapid advance- v F C munism available to this station.
Naval aviation.Today's OPERATIONAL flight trainers
ment of today's
One of them, entitled "ComI
are permanently housed in a
fast-moving jets are
"
munism, covers the history of
trailer trailers. The unit I
This or con.
constantly being modified. this ideology from the time of
x. sJsts of an aircraft cockpit, flight
advanced training for r
requires t Marx through the Russian revolution -
stations containing all controls,
pilots and up-to-date technical It also shows how front
instruments, an operator's pan-
training for enlisted specialists organizations in the U. S. attempt
els and an allied electronically
to achieve their
objectives.
operated flight simulator. I
Another film, "Face' to Face I
For information concerningcourses
NAVY WIVES with Communism," life
portrays
NEW CHANGES-Modifications on an AD-4 Sky- available at NAMTD, activities .
raider power plant are explained by James Garrison, ADI, (right) should contact Lt. (jg) in a community that decides to

CORNERThe NAMTD instructor to II. E. Gler, ADI (left) and James Murphy, Stone at extensions 587 or in try Communism for a day.
AEC. The mobile unit is fully equipped to train pilots and main-
The Soviet Union and Its People

Building 702. I
Navy Wives Club stalled'the tenance personnel) developments, regardless of type squadrons. "
is a picture dealing with
New Year with a bang. The life lived behind the Iron Cur-
as

year 1954 greetings wa received at a with party appropriate at-II Chief Commended For Highway Accident ActionNavy II tain. I

By contacting the Aviation
Par'k.The .
the club house In Dewey
first business meeting Jan. first aid techniquesfor included a fractured skull: collapsed Training Film Library in Building -

6 started with the showing of a the second time in the ca- lungs, crushed ribs and a .7 i'sChief 168, at extension 423, Infor-
fractured leg, tended by mation can be obtained concern
film on polio, at the same time reer of John D. Small, TDC, was
ing the scheduling of of
checking members on their duties Small until patrolmen andean am- any
attached to ABM School, these films.
connected with the forthcoming bulance arrived an hour later.
"Mother's March of served to save the life of a I .

Beach Community Center
Dimes" drive fellow man.FOUl'teen .
During the interim, while giving
As in all previous years the months ago Chief every possible aid to keep Holds Saturday Dances

dub will actively participate in Small's heroic action at Key West, the injured, and at times uncon- Jacksonville Beach Community ...

this most worthwhile charity Fla., earned him the Navy Com scious man, breathing, Small dispatched Center continues to iponsor a

drive by canvassing the unlisted mendation Medal, and it was help, obtained a priestto servicemen's dance every Satur-

housing on the base and in Dewey learned this week from the Flor- administer last rites, refused day from 2030 to 2330.

Park. Watch this column for ida State Highway Patrol that offers of cocaine and morphine Servicemen are extended a cordial -

further Information. the Navy chief again saved the from passing motorists for the invitation to either come stagor

Election of officers for the 1954 life of an injured motorist durIng patient, and shielded him from bring dates. Married couplesare

term was next on the agenda. the Christmas holidays. well-meaning passers-by. also invited. Hostesses are

Following are the new officers, furnished.The .
In the words of one Highway
who will be Installed Feb. 6. While drltlnff to his home at
Patrolman: "He owes his life to Center also offers leading
President, Harriett Wier; Vice Fort Pierce, during the holidays, Small and recreational
you, chief. At last reports the facilities.
President, June Hoover; Secre- Chief Small came upon an auto-

tary, Elsie Rose; Treasurer, Ruth i mobile with its top shorn off and Injured motorist was still cling- gated with methyl-bromide gas at

Reese; Chaplain, Estelle Smith, an injured man lying by'the roadside ing to a slim spark of )life in a considerable risk of his own life Weekend Tide Table

and ditch. St. Augustine hospital. and safety. The incident occurred -
Parliamentarian, Elma Ever- High Low
in November, 1952, at the
Small, first on the scene, placedthe A.M P.M. AJM.. P.M.

oski.All Installation details will be unconscious man in a prone Chief Small was awarded the Naval Air Station Seaplane Base, Fri. 4:39: 4:59: 10:58: 11:01:

discussed at the next meeting on position searched for broken Navy. Commendation Medal for Key West. Sat. 5:39: 5:59: 11:54: 11:59:

Jan. 20. All members are urgedto bones and rendered first aid for his heroic action in rescuing a .lIfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Del- Sun. 6:34: 6:54: 12:45:

be present; A shock, The man whose Injuries man from a barracks being .fuml-\ bert Small, reside It Foil Pire'

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AFPS SPORTS Leathernecks. Varsity Linksters



Roundup ,Shelled By Issued Call For


SERVICE(Ct f Arm, F.HIGHLIGHTS UM pea J.f.te ) JJC DolphinsAfter Team TryoutsA



'he Touchdown Club of Washington overcoming a nine-point call has been issued by golf
frS.
D. C., has selected Lt. deficit and forging into the lead 1 professional Jack Harvey for

John Amberg, USMC, Quantlco in the second half the Jax Marine S personnel interested in compet-
T1 ing for a berth on the Jax Navy
fullback, as the outstanding all. cagers finally were beaten
varsity golf team.
Service gridder for 1953. Amberg Tuesday night by Jacksonville Entries must be submitted not

played for the University of Kan- Junior College, 88-77 at Swisher later than Wednesday, Jan. 20.(

aM and the professional New gym. s An elimination tourney is plan

York Giants Pfc. Carl E. It was th'e second victory for ned to select members for the 12-

the Dolphins. They won in the man team.
1'owU. formerly with the AL Baltimore ..
first game of the season, 5750. Present plans call for regular

Orioles baseball team, has Over the weekend the Marines season play to be held with six

been named the "Soldier of the i broke even on a road trip, defeating ; ;_S or eight men competing in a sin-

Month" for December at Ft. Mc. ZTU of Glynco, 82-66 and ,r3 gle match. Meets, have been ten

Pherson, Ga.l".t. losing to Parris Island Marines, s tatively arranged with several

10G-G4. F. top-flight college and service
ChlcoVjar recently 'i
,afa
Jax Junior College started off -. v .5.- teams.
scored an easy 10-round decisionover ?
Frenchman Pierre Hernan- the scoring but until late in the -- Several veterans from other

first period the Marines kept -Y years are still with the local;
dec at Miami Beach, Fla. r
.. .t J squad, including Bob Wallace,
The baseball coach at the Alameda pace. Opening the second period
Ed Barnes, Lou Chaff, Bill Scar-
with a five-point deficit the Marines
NAS is Matthew Infield ,
Don Tuft and Jack Clark, formermembers lagged behind by ten pointsat WHICH IS WHICH?-The Gorsky twins of the Naval Air brough, Ray Bellamy and Pete

one time only to close the gap Technical Training Center's girl basketball team poses a problem, Gardner.
of the Utah State cage for and officials. Pat left
opposing players ( ) and Gerry, both for
to 43.40 at the half. It Is expected the team will
team which copped last year's wards on the Blue and Gold combine, are yeomen) at Naval Air
National Invitation Tournamentat The Red and Gold quintet put Weapons School at the Center. Their home is In Bradenton, Fla. be really strengthened with

Madison Squat Garden, are in their best licks in the third the probable addition of new .

now starring for the Flyers cage period, closing up the score and comers Bill Barrow, Les Les-

team at Scott AFB, III. time.taking a lead of 68-53 at one. 22 Quintets Enter Race chak Rrozo., Frank Heyer and Lou

Top rebounder for the Atlantic
Fleet Mine Force basketball team Then Tommy Long and Ted Links enthusiasts stationed m

t. Eft,.. Jerald F, Norman The Milonovich went out of the For Mainside Laurels the local area are reminded by
the Golf Course Committee that
fouls and the
former UCLA cage star was game on personal
the station course, one of the finest
named to the all-Paciflc Coast Dolphins tied up the count and
If opening days play is a true barometer, competition in in this area,.offers a real golf
team In his senior went ahead by a safe margin.
year. the Mainside intramural basketball leagues should be as closeas ing challenge to everyone.

Auburn's regular left end Vince Jim Hogan, stocky guard of peas in a pod. All three first day contests were old- The course is currently in tip

Nardone didn't play in the Gator the winners, was poison to the fashioned thrillers with two games being decided by a like top shape but revamping work is

Bowl contest. He was inducted Marines all night. He tallied 10 number of points. being continuously carried on. A

into the Army two weeks before field goals and netted 25 points. -
Fasron 109 defeated VF-22, 60- large influx of linksters is ex-
the Yale's Long led the Marine scoring to a nine-point lead over VF-22
,
Olympicfree
classic 58 and VA-45 finished two points pected to swarm the and
with 18 points followed by Al in the third quarter for a 49.40 greens
style swimming ace Wayne better than VW-4 5149. In another fairways with the advent of
Moore is now in the Army at Ft. Derby with 16 and Bill Peruski squeaker, VF-62, edged by advantage. The Fighter Squadron warmer temperatures.

nix, N, J. Lt. Bob Carey, with 13. VP-5, 4845. fought back and nearly overtookthe
taller Fasronites. Members of the station course
former Michigan State star in The three games were the : pay a nominal monthly fee, sufficient
3951: and member of the professional Basketball Coach kick.off Bill Madden, just missing the
on an aggressive 90. to cover upkeep and main.
Los Angeles Rams, has Two-Bit Club with 24 points,
game intramural schedule that tenance of the golf faciliitcs.

been released from active dutyAt Doubles In Brass carriers through February. 22 took'scoring honors for Fasron I The charge is $2,00 monthly for
Ft 109. Stringer paced the losers
Ga.
,
Kenning
teams are entered in the two. enlisted men, $3.00 for chiefs, and
with 20 markers.
ODDS AND ENDS league-race. i I $4.00 for officers.Varsity .
With Marine FiveIt
Percy Bassett's 18 points was -
The football "powers to be" may VF-62 Goes AheadIn I
the difference in VA-45's
win
pass a rule designed to eliminatethe isn't all steak and eggs for Monday's curtain raiser, over VW4. The big forward was I I 'TennisSchedule

phony injury play which Notre a basketball mentor as Coach VF-62 jumped to a quick leadto hooping them from all sides.

Dame was suspected of usingin Chuck Dawson of the Jax Marines hold a 14.11 bulge at the quarter Lists

the closing seconds to tie Iowa will verify mark, only to have the Patrolmen Two Learues

14-14 In Jim Tatum's Coach Dawson is doubling in fight back for a 24.24 tie R. L. Gendron was the big
point-maker for the 'Cane Hunters

MatchesBolstered
seven years as head football coachat brass as tutor and player with at the half-way mark. Eight
with 14, folowed by John Lee
Maryland, his teams have won the Red and Gold Varsity and After scrapping nip-and-tuck
with 12 I
56 games, lost 11 and tied three his equipment consists of a spare through the third period, VF-62 points. by five returnees

Coley allace, young heavy. uniform. went ahead to stay with six minutes Opening day teams represented from last year's squad, the 1954

weight, defeated Kooky Martlano remaining in the game."Robbie" the American League with edition of the Jax Navy tennis
At any time during a game, National loop activity having its
Roberts and team begins next week
when they met In the 1948 New Gerry practice ,
with either injuries coming too with 12 and 10 points start Tuesday. Scores of National to Coach Paul
:York Golden Gloves elimination.. Gumpper, according McCoy
fast or officials with 3-D glasses League were not availableat
games
led. the winners. .
respectively, Anyone interested in tryingout
Notre Dame hasn't accepted afootball handling the contest, Dawson can tim .
Morty Morlen picked up an even press for the squad should contact
bowl invitation since 1925
be leaving the players'bench
seen At season's end, winners of
for VP-5.
dozen .
points Lcdr. Kerwin Foley at ext. 8377.
i The undefeated Duquesne heading for the locker each league will square off in a
.
Madden Gets :24
The schedule, In addition to a
eagers loom as strong contendersfor room. showdown battle for Mainside
With the situation close 32.30, las
the NCAA championship this After shifting Into a uniform, honors. Winner of this game will match with Pensacola Navy, is
at halftime Fasron 109 jumped
year Three officials recent he gets into the game until the then go on to meet the NATT follows:

ly called a total of 48 fouls in a stress is off, changes shoes with Center'champions in a strugglefor March March :20 University-Univ. of of Florida Georgia, here. hers

basketball game between Michigan one of his players and carries on station laurels.Initial March 25 Ceorgla Tech, her .
March 29-Duke University, here
State and Pittsburgh The as a coach in stocking feet, April University Miami, there.
NCAA assigned the extra referee April 1 Georgia Tech. there
Drills April -Univ. of Florida, there
for experimental reasons C. .

Junior Oilllam the NL's 1953 Rookie SPORTS FfiOMYESTERYEAR

of the Year, is the third Dodg. Slated ForCindermen TWO-BIT CLUB

er to win the award since it was -
Beginning next week a special -
originated in 1948. The other
Another lA a weekly feature sports feature will be offered
Dodgers honored' were pitchers '
that brings to life perform- to continue through' the
Don Newcombe, now in the Army, ;Y 4'a With the first meet scheduled
ances on the Naval Air Station > Mainside intramural basketball
and foe Black.Heavyweight. here March 25 against the Quan-
sports scene from dusty issues season, listing personnel who

champion Rocky of the Jax Air News. tico Marines, the Juc Navy track score 25, or more points in a

Marclano has completed his Far Ten Years Age'Today Q team will hold its opening turnout single contest.

Eastern boxing tour.? After the Sgt. Joe Louis, world'sheavyweight t' r a t this week. With 22 teams in competition -

exhibition in Manila the champ After more than two years as
boxing champion, the list of Two-Bit Club
made a speech to a group of servicemen coach of the cinder burners, Paul
members
and Cpl. Ray Robinson, outstanding could grow to large
saying, "I've been here McCoy this season relinquishes
welterweight prospect proportions, but space permitting
two weeks! I wish it was two the reins to Paul Zanfardino.
for the entire list of and
put on a show a capacity new
months. Like Gen MarArthur, audience at the NATT Coach Zanfardino U planningto old members will be published

I'll be back." build a 30-man squad for track weekly.
Center gym.
Vie Power the first this season and an 'attractive
hard-hitting
Also resumed
Five Years Ago TodayIn being next

baseman-outfielder who hit .349 the monthly mixed foursome schedule of top-flight tournaments week is the 200 Club, a select

for the Kansas City Yankee farm golf tourney on the station EARLY BIRD-Pat Duvaney, hi being lined up tentatively list of personnel hitting a 200
team last season, is very happy of NATTCenter, is one of the for the tractate
course, Comdr. and Mrs. first Jax Navy cinder burners or better game in Mainside intramural -
his recent trade from the All persona interested in com
over
A. C. Berg sot a links record to report for conditioning drills. bowling competition.Both .
Yankees to the Philadelphia Ath peting on the track and field
la compiling the lowest score The quarter-miler Is getting In Clubs have proven popular -

letics. Vie says, "With the Athletics ever registered ,on the local early practice for the coming squad or in assisting as coachesare in past seasons, serving'as
season. Coach Paul Zanfardlno asked to report to Coach
I'll have a better chance to
coarse by a mixed pair. The has issued a.call for personnel a factor In keeping up Interest -
Zanfardino in the
make the grade and play regu Bergs hit a low gross 39. wishing to represent lax Nary NATTCenter in intramural athletics.
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Medical Quintet Jax Battte
Navy CagersPowerhouse

Upsets DentistsIn I r'IW,



Center LoopIn 1 .t it. Army DuoThe

the ma'jor upset so far this Jax Navy Fliers will be in for the battle of their

season In the NATTCenter intramural lives this weekend when they tangle with a pair,of rugged,

basketball league, Medical give-no-quarter Army fives in a renewal of the home cage
defeated the toprankingDental
cfltrmniirn.
quintet, 32-15, last week. f The star-studded Provost Mar
Dob Holt, with 12 points and it shal quintet from Camp Gordon ingr this croup are !scoring

IIollls Taulman with seven led provides the opposition tonightin leaders Bob Grabaz, Vince

the Docs. Dolton'0 six points were ( a 2015 contest at Mainside Zoda, Dick Tate Jim. Roberts,

high for the loser gym, while the Camp Gordon and Red Rogers.

In other games, AE School defeated post team moves into the Fliers' Newcomer Lynne Campbell) a

Training Facilities, 78-15, tomorrQw night. scrappy guy with tendency
camp
toward the fast-bieak play employed -
with "Red" Corcoran hooping a The PMC quintet boasts of an
by the Fliers should be a
30 Marines defeated
mighty points; entire lineup of ex-college and
52.31 with big addition to the club .
Medical, Murphey professional stars including
The season's sixth win to
23 markers for the win- came
getting Guard Dick Kiffenberger, former

ners; AK School upended Training NEW AND OLD Veteran y it U. of Maryland captain; Ed Car en.

Facilities, 50-33; AE School l playmaker Vince Zoda (left), a ter 6 foot, 3 center, who cavorted
subdued Marine, 58-42. crafty Jax Navy center, should for the professional Chicago Glynco NAAS 81-48, for the second -
I get added help time this campaign.
sweeping the
Administration, with Dick liar. backboards with the addition Clowns prior to entering the service -

l'is caging 11 points, defeated of scrappy Lynne Campbell ; and Dick Brown, ex-La- The game might well have

AGM School, 39-31; Dental (right), an intramural standoul t with the Naval Hospital. Withto I Salle stalwart.Jax been played on- an iceberg. A

Mnotheied, Special Services, 102. Campbell available, Zoda hopes have more time to improve a Navy mentor Frank Mc thermometer In the Daricn town
hefty 23-point per game average. Moth men will see action tonight "gymnasium" registered a crisp
20, with Finn and Flem tallying when the Fliers Caffrey hopes to have all the
,
resume home festivities in a 2015 contest with '
35 and 34 points, respectively: Camp Gordon, Ga. old hands available. lleadllnt' 35 degrees at game time.

Marines took the measure of Dental The Fliers, minus parkas and

54-21. Boxing Squad snow boots, Mere handicapped
AO School's netteis took a trio I' by the cold during the early
.
of games, knocking over Medical, I stages of the contest The score
Drills r r
53-24; Dental, 48-26; and AGM I Hard )' r Y ,e $ ;, read 13.9 in favor of Jax Navy

School, 64-29. I I at the end of the first quarter.

The standings!: For GG MeetWith r oA Once warmed up to the occasion

w'. i., the Fliers rolled steadily
AE School u.u.iu.......... 9 0 a squad of 31 hopefuls ahead racking a half-time
AO School .....u..,....",... 7 1 up
I Dental ,. 7 working out, the Jax NavyMarine ,
Marino n..u.u...."...It.....,.... *> 31 t' '
AK School ,., .. .n ... 3 2 Boxing team is getting Fliers' Weekly Home
MedloM ......,..:::::u.,,:,3 5I| I _
Admlnlstiatlon ......... 2 :5 ready for the Golden Gloves Basketball ScheduleThe
TraFar .. .. ...It... ".. ..... 2 61 I I
<"ix>('. Services .. .. ........ 2 6 | Championships to be held Feb. Field Jax Navy quintet engages -
AGM School ...". .. .,..,. 1 :5'', 8-10 Jacksonville. ,Large Begins Play
in I I in its tint home game in

The next event for CoachMayer's II over three weeks tonight at the
Dates AnnouncedFor I I Mainside gym with the Provost
rmtt-slingers, howcver.I! In Mains ide
6ND MeetsA is against the Miami MCAS at I Keg League Marshal, Ga.,Center providing of Camp the opposi Gordon -

schedule Sixth N8'alDistrict
championship of meets Miami, Jan. 28. The boxers will I Firing began this week on the Mainside intramural win- tion.

for this year has been releasedby make the trip in time to witnessthe ter bowling front with 21 teams seeking honors in two Tomorrow evening, the Filet

,the District Special Services light heavyweight championship I leagues. A 100-match schedule has been drawn up which will I host another Camp Gordoni -

Office. i battle between Archie carry through the month of February i based club with both contest
Opening night matches saw slated to get underway at 2015.
Moore titleholder and
defending ,
Sites and exact details have
Hospital No. 1, one-two-three finishers
challenger Joey Maxim. I I VP -16 going against VW 4, Preliminaries are carded for an
not been
set! but commencement of the fall bowling league. 1820 start.
VF-62 No. 1
rolling against
dates for the various i Five State AAU championsare
meets are as follows: still with the Jax Navy-Ma FAW-11, and Fasron 109 oppo- One of the finest 'balanced
leagues in several seasons, the score of 3718. Sparkplug of first
Basketball .,...,... .. March 8 nine varsity, transfers claimingtwo : sing VF-22. Results of which were
half Tate who 10
Boxing ....... Mjnh 21 not available at time. American loop also boasts of VP. play was got
Track and Field .....,.. May 17 others. Among those remaining press of his 12 points in that half
Swimming ............. May 24 ; Is Marcus Betas, 118. Sajne rules as those carriedout 18, VW-4, formerly VJ-2, VF-174
dolt .. .....u......... July 12 and VC-62, all bowling Jugger. Scoring honors for the evening
Tennl ..............,.. July 26 pounder voted the outstanding for the fall bowling loop will went to Grabaz with 21 marker!' ,
!Soflbnll .,..,.,?,....., AUK 2 the recent AAU tourney apply. Results of each match nauts.
at
13.1 lie\)11 11 AUK 9 boxer with Zoda checking in with 17
There la a strong possibilitythat must be turned in each evening Expected to cause the big noisein points.

Jax Navy will be host to Others are Roy Jeferson, 185- with the alley attendAnt the National League are Sup- Coach McCaffrey swept the!

at least one of these champion. pound sailor; Johnny Cleveland, Only by doing so can a com ply's capable keglers, and Oper- bench in order to hold the score

ship meets, with an especial ef- 196-pound Marine from NATT- plete and accurate record of ations. Other strong clubs are down, but his charges were at

fort being made by Special Center; 185-pound Archie Bell, league activity be maintained. Special Services, Hospital No. 2 hot as the weather was cold.Tankmen .

Services to stage the District and Jimmy Johnson, 173, both Individual and team averages and ComfairJax.All nwus: nwuc
final at Mainside I I will be matches held at the JAI'A1'Y (II\\)
and
cnge Gym. from Mainside BOQ. league standings recorded are Player t'"i FT FTA I'F TI'Cassell
t 2 2 :3 1 6
by Special Services and Mainside alleys, beginning at
The mittmen are working out I Roberta ,f 1 1 2 2 ::1
NATTCenter Indoor the Jax Air News sports staff. I 1830. Action is held five nightsa Tate, f 5 2 3 3 12Balchuna
s daily at the ,. f 2 1 t 2 5Znda
Pool, Building 614 at 1630. Work I Heading the 11-team American week with three matches each f 5 T R 2 11Hallman.
I i i I e 2 0 0 1 4Grabaz
UiXly ing with Coach Mayer are George loop are Fasron Six, FAW-11 and night. :, It 9 :3 8 3 21Rogcra
i 0 2 4 2 2
Callan and Bob Perkins, trainers, .__.. .. .... .. Caml/hpl!It, Ir IS 0 0 4 10
and handler Morty Mann. lflldreth I 0 0 0 0 0
S.ott II: 0 1 1 1 1
|. .*- Vlllnlul, g 0 0 0' 1 nLayne
( Arllled Ferc PrMi Stf.lce
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QUESTIONS Jl.w" '. 28 22 81
Claim OJ.1'N'O CflUl"Ial'k )
1, Which of the following sportsdo ) Banshees ... 4 1 1 4 9Rtltenhouse
.
I < t 4 8 14 2 16
you associate with the toll ow.
." .' .;!<; Ingle,. r S 1 1 4 11
}iug'1 a) spoon b) shuttlecock Unbeaten MarkIn > '" McJ'own, e 1 3 U 3 SCaalPlluccio '"
I "', :,<.1. g 1 6 :5 1Satlt'rfleld.
0)) epee. I t'k .. & f () I)
1T 14 35
2. George Case, a Washington I City Leaguue : 1T i8
outfielder for 10 years, led the-

AL for six year in what department I Sweeping away all opposition, Go South

? the Fasten Six quintet leads the For Miami U. Meet
3. What baseball team led the : City Basketball League with an .

National League in double playsin unbeaten skein of five games. Meeting their fifth consecutive

1953 The Banshees battle for the first I Southeastern collegiate swimmingclub

4. How long did it take Archie half league championship in a the Jax Navy natators will

Moore to win the light-heavy- contest with the Downing A.C 1 _: journey to Miami for a dual meet
weigh t with the U. of Miami tankmenJan.
championship of the tonight. I \ i,4
world? Fasron Six notched its fifth 23.Coach.
8, / Phil Grignon plan to
Who la the only left-handed downing VC-62, 79-60, '
win by
pitcher to win three games in a night. Bill Bailey, with take Cliff Baker, Johnny Gregory -

World Series? 'Monday and Frank Shytles Larry Selby Barry Marks,' .
ANSWERS 25 markers Loring* Holmes, Bill Jardine and .
led the scoring paradefor
with 23,
'
1, a) golf b) baclmlntton Hfencing ) victors.In John Chumney south with him.
the Last night, the Jax Navy tank

2. Dase stealing. other games, OAR stopped men met the U. of Florida swim-

3. Cincinnati Redlegs. with 118 Mayport Navy, 64.54, and defeat- ming team in a dual meet at
ed Norton's Lounge 5852. Gainesville Result
double plays. ---------- were not

4. He struggled 18 ,years and NATTCenter's cagers trounced GATOR BOWL CIIAMl'JONS-TbIs trio of lax Navy linksters available at 'press tim. .
finally Caruso Electric, 86-54: with Jim won the team championship of the first annual Gator Bowl Invitational .. ._
won the crown In his 128th -
Kevin Golf Tournament held at Hyde Park In lax. The lax A. "
lot of
for 19 points. girls will buy th.
tight, Dec. 17, 1952. Daly hitting Navy threesome shot a 911 total to triumph over a field of nine op
5. Harry Bre cheen, with thSt. Biggins helped out< with< 17 clubs. In a victory pose! are (left to right) Lou Chaff Cwndr. that promise "skin you ICY t.

Louis Cardinals in ]'..8.L. markers.' Frank Hryer and _Bill Srarbroagh._. touch" But >- M* try touehmf. Mr.

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rmm1IDFOit:

KENT Voluntary Separation Policies Will


Furn. 2 bdrm. apt $65. 1004 Ros- Now Permit Naval Officers To ResignVoluntary

selle, Mrs. Kason.
separation policies have been established for Naval
3 rm. furn. apt. Murray Hill. $65
officers, who desire to resign their commissions.
Ph. 2-3785, Mrs. Walton.

Furn. apt $40. Ph. 2.7398, Mrs Resignations will normally be ance of a commission In the Re-
'
Wethington. accepted from USN officers who serve

Furn. garage apt $60. Ph. 2.8209, have completed four or more years M *

Mrs A. E. Johnson, 2215 River
active commissioned service. Three USNR officer, who have discharged -

Blvd. their obligated active ditty

Unfurn. 2 bdrm. apt. $55. Ph. commissioned and who have completed a total -

8.209.$, Mrs. E. Long. Medical and Dental officers. of eight or mbre years of active -

Furn.. 2 bdrm. house. 5600 Ortega *( and inactive commissioned

Farm Blvd., J, Springer. Any obligated service incurredas service, will normally have their
apt furn. 1115 N. Lane Ave, Ph. resignations
accepted.
the result of advanced train
2-3866 Eva Pike. -
; ing or graduate instruction will USN (T) officers and Tempo .

I, rm. unfurn. apt. 2130 Park St. be in addition to the four or three- rary Warrant Officers whose permanent -'

Ph. 7-4765, Mrs Ila Taylor. year requirement. However, the grade is enlisted will have

Unfurn. garage a pt. $60. Ph. 2- periods of"-" such training or 'Instruction requests for reversion to enlisted

3146, Mis. G. Shefield, 4346 IDEAS STILL PAY OFF-Ideas that save money and time will be considered a part status and transfer to Fleet Re-

Shirley won for 23 employees here some $755. In top_choto Neil Drake of the required service.If serve or continuance on active
"urn. 2 bdrm. apt. $55. Lcdr.Briggs (front left) was the highest beneficial( suggestion award winner
among 16 employers at 0 & R who received checks from Capt. eight years commissioned duty in permanent rating favorably -
at 411.
Leonidas I). Coates, 0 It R officer (right). Drake's check was for service has not been completed, considered.
Furn. 2 rm. apt. 330 E. 2nd St. $100. In the bottom photo Albert Homer, Jr. Public Works, receives favorable action on resignationswill *
Ph. 5-9759, Mrs Lora. Jones. a check for $75, presented to him by Capt. Richard L.
be contingent accept- Retirement of officers will be
upon
!Mann
Public Works officer.
,
Fum. apt. near NAS, 2804 Waller. ,
governed by existing laws and
Ph. 2.7687, Mrs S. H. Pink-
.
holster, regulations.Final -
Y urn.' 2 rim apt. 33 Rosselle St. 23 EmployeesNet action on requests' submitted -

Ph. 8-2655, R. L. Rhodes under the new provisionwill
For V be governed by the needs of
3 rm. furn. apt. 40. 2148 Ros- $755
4 14Uk the service. Approvals be
selle. Mrs Winter, Ph. 75461. may
Columbus Ave. withheld until qualified relief Is
Furn. apt. 3077
Beneficial IdeasAwards
Woodstock Pk. Ph. 26886Mrs.. pr r available.

,, .
Emery.
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beneficial
for
3 rm. fmn. apf; Ph. 8.1760, Mrs. sug- N _
Ballentine. gestions accumulated during VF-104 Becomes

the; past two months h a'v
Furn. rm. 2601 Paik St. Ph.. 8- e ,
been distributed to 23 em-
2770, Mrs. Bessie Houston. Attack
ployees of the Naval Air Sta- Squadron;
3 rm. fum. apt. $80. 2601 Park St. t
}
Ph. 8.2770, Mrs. Bessie Hortston.Furn. tion.
Sixteen went to personnel of Gets New AD6sFighter
2 bdrm. house. Ph. 112-8- Ik -
O & R; three to Public Works; tik.
3244, Debbie Sadler. >>; Squadron 104 is nomoreIt's
two to Supply and Fiscal; and one
One bdrm. furn. apt. Ph 112.8- Attack
each to Industrial Relations and now Squadron
t 3244, Debbie Sadler. 104.
Administration 4 i
3 im. furn. apt. $65. 7362 103rd departments.
dtI.r-: VF-104 went out Dec. 23, 1953as
l St. (Wesconnett) Mrn rh'n! TUB HIGHEST single award
result of recent CNO directive
{ a a -
Ph. 2-2897 or 27832. was presented by Capt. LeonidasD.

Furn. bdrm. 654 Herman St. Ph. Coates, 0 & R Officer, to NeU F",..t, ...... ;;" and has undergone a radi-
: cal change-over to an attack
2.4073, Mrs. Doling.. L. Drake who received a check

Will share home with couple. 852 for $100, less withholding tax. bombing squadron.

St. Clair St. Ph 8.3992, Mrs.! Hugh Ward, also of 0 & R, received FURLOUGH RAIL RATE NAVY VA-104 pilots ate now equippedwith

Breen. twp awards totaling $105: AD-6 Skyraider attack

Couple will share home with less withholding tax. EXTENDED TO APRIL EXCHANGE o bombers instead: of the F4U-5

Navy couple. Ph. 8-6877, H. L. Others from 0 & R department :March 31, 1954 is the new Corsairs formerly flown. With the
change in mission:: and planes
Hallick. receiving awards ranging from
4 deadline date for reduced furlough
Will share 5 rm. home with 2 $10 were: George E. Bay, Carl fares on the nation's there has been a new familiarization -

working girls or couple. Ph. Stapivlce, Howard F. Zeliff, Ho- railroads. This applies to mili- and 'training program Initi-

98.3857 or 9.6797, Mr. Damato. mer E. McKay, Hiram H. Van tary personnel traveling in uniform A "Country Store" will soon ated.

Couple to share furn. home. Apply Houten, Atwood T. Carter, Bole only. Commanding officer of the new
open at Mainslde, Lt. Cassel 0.
571 King St., Mrs. Blume. slaw S. Pacuk, Samuel K. H. attack squadron is Lcdr. Donald

FOIl SALE Rives, William :McMillan, GeorgeW. Crain, Navy Exchange officer, has I H. Johnson, who relieved Lcdr.

----------- -- announced. Featuring general Harold H. Brock acting
Monroe, Charles.W. Reed, ex- com-
3 b nn. unfurn. house 2712 Cher-
merchandise, the store will be located
W. David Butler i manding officer and presently
George Repoff '
Rd. Ph. 88.8259 Lt.
rywood ,
and Paul C. Ames across the street from the : executive officer

.Miller. Mainsidt Exchange in Building .
WINNERS of Public Works
3 bdrm. Ortega Riverfront home. 954, occupyingthe apace given

$19,500. Ph. 2-1644, Mis. Leigh- awards, presented by Capt. Rich '\ annually to Toyland.This .
ton. ard L. Mann, were Tola O. Temple AN (School)
new "Country Store" l is an
3 bdrm. unfurn. home. FHA equi( Henry F. Foster and Albert
expansion in the Exchange
pro-
(
ty. 5552 Salerno Rd. Ph. 88- Homer, Jr. Rossey L. Weeks and Honors Go
J gram which will offer a greater
9431. John B. Hoffmann, Supply Department .1-
selection of merchandise and service -
2 bdrm. concrttt block home. employees, received i to all patrons. To Langill

4622 Cates Ave. Ph. 8155, Chief checks' from Capt. Norman A.
Nobles. Helfrich. The Administration and Shop your Exchanges for tow
els for the whole family-large, Pfc., Stephen Langill a> Marine
K ft. house trailer, :3952 model. IRD awards were presented to
from Concord N. H.
heavy, thirsty towels'' In beautiful finished with
Azalea Trailer Pk Lot 81, Beckman Kathleen Sutton and Ruby N.
colors. Get bed sheets now, the highest average of 88.5 to garner -
Washburn, respectively.
# too, when the January "White recognition as honor man at
2 or 3 bdrm. house. Lake Shore ,. : NATTCenter's
Sale" offers the biggest selection.' Airman Prepara-
area. Ph. 2.5867, Mr. 'Salta. tory School last week.A .
.
2 bdrm. CBS home. 5217 Marlene' Local Lads Earn graduate

Ave. Lt. W J. Hooks, Ext. t S '
e aY Flag Board
8491 home # of Columbus 1 -
ph. 85078. Awards"This 1
Z bdrm. Venetia home. 4368 Genoa Scouting (Continued from Page 1)) High( in j

Ave. Ph. 8-6055, Mrs. Metz- gives me a particular at NAS, including both militaryand Concord, Langill I

ger. feeling of satisfaction," said Rear civilian personnel. topped a :

3 bdrm.< brick 5147 San Juan Ave. Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Com- class of 130. He

Owner, Ph. 8.5369.MISCELLANEOUS. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, I TilE CENTRAL Safety Com- entered the ,

in presenting coveted Eagle : mittee of the Naval Air Station '

Will baby sit day or evening. 1775 Badges to three boy scouts this reveals that every time a lost- Marine Corps

8-4956 week.In time accident in July 1953. j
Hamilton. Ph. Mis. Ad- occurs, a charge is

die. addition to the three boys assessed against the frequency From here he lanm(

.. Ride' wanted to Fayettevllle, Ar presented with their badges by rate' of the station. This rate is will go to Air Controlman School

: Kansas. Ph. 3-1803, Mrs. Ha- Admiral Hardison, 40 others were, computed by equation of lost- Olathe, Kansas.

ney. cited for having earned theirs time accidents per million man .

Ride'. wanted from' 6th ,and Main.. during 1953, and three men received fP3 0730 to 1600. Ph. 4-4744, Droze. Silver Beaver' awards. 1;:' I It Is being emphasized that the
Officer Promoted
:Ride wanted from 2038 Collegf Mohawk Scout District led in success of any safety programor
WHISTLE BAIT-Here it is,
-' near, Goodwin. 0730-1600, Ext. the number of Eagle Badges that ermine swim suit with undertaking relies mostly on Recently promoted to Commander -

669, Kaplin. awarded with 11, :while the Mus- which actress Terry Moore the individual himself, who must in the Dental Corps was

Riders wanted to and from beach. kogee District, which includes' caused so much commotion observe safety rules, regulations Byrnes Missman, assistant Dental

'Will share expenses. FKt. 8219, Troop 131 of NAS Jay, was run- for overseas.the troops Terry In Korea Is performing and other and practice them, dally to make officer at, the Naval Air Technical -

Bant Mlrtfoml. nr-up with 9. far eastern location NAS Jax a safer' place to work. l Training Center.

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