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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 21, 1954
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VOL-ll No._ 42 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR ,STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 28 January 1954

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Fleet Air Winr 11, ]Naval( Air Technical Training;'Center
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All Hands Can Jux Places



Register For 3rd In FirePrevention




College StudyRegistrations ir .


for second semester Naval Air Station, Jacksonville -
has placed) third among(
classes of extension s
college
173 Naval activities competing -
courses will be held Feb. 2, from p In the 105J:>:) Fire Prevention -

1530 to 1800, at the Naval Air Program, it has been' K'calod. -

Technical Training Center, Train. \' _

ing Facilities Library, Building This marks an Improvement
501. over last year when the Stull l\ .
placed fifth, and over 1951 1 when
Course being offered this term the Station placed eighth.

will include Basic Mathematics, The contest is sponsored by ,

0 College Algebra, Effective Speak. National Fic[ Protection Assoc! :a-
ing, Problems of Personnel Man. tion, a non-pi ofit educational

agement and U 8, History from "MY\ DEFENSES ARE DOWN"-So go the words sung by Roger Franklin, as Frank Butler, In and engineering organization: devoted -
this scene from "AnnieGet Your Gun/' the glittering musical comedy that plays here next lues- to improving the protect\ .
3665 to present s day. Reserve seat tickets for the one night performance of the Broadway stage hit to be presentedat ion of life and property from
4 *' NATTCenter auditorium Tuesday at 2015, are on sale at strategic points on the base. fuc. It is conducted annually to
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All military personnel, who expect stimulate public fire safety consciousness I
Direct From Broadway .
to be aboard long enough to and encourage the*
In Pot
complete the course, their dependents $775 general use of Fire Prevention

and associated civilian 'Annie Get Your Gun' To In Fleet Air year-round Week as a fire"sp1'prevention ngboDI'd" pio-for

employees aboard the Station areeligible .
Dimes DriveOver grams everywhere.A
to enroll. TOTAL OP 1,641 entries:
The cost is $16 per course, plus Be Presented Tuesday $775 has been collect were leeched in the 1951: contest .
textbooks. A down payment of I ed so far by 12 fleet units ; 1,155 In the Municipal Division

six dollars will be accepted at "Annie Get Your Gun", Broadway's fabulous! musical based here and at NAS Cecil 379 In the Government
registration All courses are under comedy, will play from the stage of the NATTCenter Auditorium Field during the current Division and 107 in the Industrial
the direction of the General next -Tuesday evening at 2015. March of Dimes drive. Division.
S Extension Division of Florida with Tickets for this smash hit, Seventeen other fleet units Among the Navy entries ten
offices at the">y University of FlorIda which is here for one night only, Heading\ the all-star Broadwaycast have failed to report their tab. won places in the Grand Awaid i
and are fully accredited are available at Special Services of singing and dancing artists ulations. honorable mentions These rcpt
offices at NAS, Building 930, and is Lynne Torres, who will Fighter Squadron 11 now resent activities of all sizes with:
Student enrolled in the fall NATTCenter, Building 614. Theyare portray the role of Annie Oakley, holds first place in the fleet I varying degrees of assigned fie
Guinea aie completing their last also on sale at the Officers' the rough; and ready markswomanwho air drive with $165.70. Fasroh protection "Classification, end in-1 I '
classes this week. Three credit Club, the CPO Club, the NAS LIbrary sings, dances and shoots her 9, which had maintained the elude supply centers, air stations
horns have been earned by 14 NAS Service Information way from a backswoods home to top ,rung until last Friday, shipyards, naval stations, ordnance .
students in Personnel Manage office, ComFairJax Public Information command performances before royalty places second with 13341. centers, and fleet act'vl-
ment, a sixteen week course office, NARTU, Green Patrol Squadron 5 has reported (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4))
which was under the direction..ofDt Cove Springs and Cecil Field. $125 to take third while -. -
', Clifton Oliver, Jr., of the Uni- MU Torres, who has also been Fasron 6 added enough to
versity of Florida. All 6eatV are reserved and sell featured in "Kiss Me, Kate," delivers their previous total to reach ,Keep Your Lights
Other courses which are finishIng for $1.20 and $2.40. This i I. a great the scintillating parade the "century" mark VF.14 '
this week are General Psychology savings since it was not unusualfor score, written, by Irving Berlin, held pat with 7025. On For Mothers'March
Two of the early /setters
in such a rousing manner. pace
: Written Communicationsand ticket brokers to get $ OOO
U, S. History, according to a pair for seats to this hit musical Among the top tunes of the CoroFairJax: Staff and On PolioThe
FAW-11 Staff, have fallen
Lt Vito Magaddlno, Informationand when It played In the larger show are "Doin' What Comes
Education officer at the Cen' cities Choice seats will go to those Naturally," "No Business Like back after a quick start, as annual Navy M o t h e i'*:
The other five fleet air unitsto
ter. who are first to secure tickets. (Please Turn to Page, Col. 4) March on Polio will get underway -
report their totals are, In'order Monday evening Feb. 1, under .
Eliminates 'Hit Or Miss'' of donations, VC-62, the chairmanship of Mrs.
VA-104, Fasron 109, VA-15,
William R. Staggs.

I I Evaluate Trouble-Shooting Ability Via Special: TestsThey're and VW4. personnel Wives of will enlisted act as and district officer

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really keeping Navy lieutenants and will canvass
accelerated to advanced positions
training scientific.A rffi Navy housing areas between
in maintenance activities in case
battery of tests that will 1900 and 2000. Residents are ask-
evaluate the trouble shooting of a government emergency, ed to keep their porch lights
Jensen revealed.
ability of approximately 160 burning.
Fleet Air Jacksonville aviation ONE OBJECTIVE of the research Mrs.: Elsie Rose will march at
electrician's mates got underway program Is to eliminate as Dewey Park, Mrs James White
here Monday at the FaetuLant much as possible hit or miss at the trailer court, Mrs. Richard.
in Building 913. maintenance practices by replac- Donahue, at the Married Offi
The entire project, sponsoredby ing them with systematic prOcedures cer's Quarters, and Mrs. Stages
the Office of Naval Research, to be followed when at the Senior Officers' Quarters.At .
is being conducted by the Institute trouble-shooting. Cecil Field, Mrs. Vincent '
for Research in Human Relations I In order to obtain a representative 09 Casey will call throughout the-

Philadelphia, Pa. i group average,'AE's selected officers' housing area, and MM.
ACCORDING to John J. Jensen for the exams were picked x n Josephine Sharp will contact the
the institute's representative from every rating except chief. k1 enlisted housing districts.
who will be supervising the This i includes all designated & I I Mrs. Edward Lowe will survey
project here, the tests were designed strikers and even those not designated the housing areas at the Naval i
to reveal practical application who have been working in Hospital. On February 3, Mrs.
of theoretical knowledge the rate over four months. W. W. Watson will canvass the
received either in one of theNavy's The battery of written and per Cumberland Road area.
technical schools or 'In formance tests will take each AE QUIZZING-John Jenson, representative from the Institute Mrs. Staggs Is being assistedIn I
the fleet. three, M\ days ,to complete. Jensen for Research. In Human Relations makes one last point to Richard the project by Mrs. Vernon
Results of the tests will enable estimates that the entire Stephenson, AEAN,before the latter begins the Electrical Cheeks Saultz, past: president of the,
Test The test is of, battery of tests the Officeof
one a sponsored by
the Office of Naval Research to operation will last t more than two Naval Research. Some 16G< Fleet Air Jax:: aviation electricians Navy Wives Club and chairmanof
determine which AE's might be months: mates ytil take the exams the Mother March last 'ea:.


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J1lX iY t-ur5 II Ex-Navy Art-Editor Wins! Safety Cartoon Contest l I


Marlon J. Fulcher of the Inventoiy December Comdr. Irons admit- tegic points on the Station;.

Division, Supply Department ted the Judges had a hud time He will be called on to pie

PublUhed I *try Thursday for t'iand Marine adltlUe at Natal Air has been named the selecting the winner, but on sent safe-dilvlng ceiuruMt,
CUllon. Jacksonville. )'la.
NAB JftckMivlIUapt. lucky winner of the safety cartoon learning more about their .final awards which the. Board .';?

( Biirnham C. MeCaffre :.... ................... Commanding Officer the choice they are sure they pects to present
Comdr: John U. Bitten..._......... ..........._........-........._...._".......Lxecullte OfUcerKUe contest sponsored by betterone. outstan Air Jar.....m. Automotive Safety Board. could not have picked A drivers. He will also be extended
,Heir Adm. Otboine B. Hard I ton .. Commander an associate
dipt Howard V. llopklni 'Oo ..... .. ...... ... .................Chle.1 o( SUM Judging of the entries, which membership
Fleet Air mat 1 Foil" reached nearly 30 before the fUlCIIER is ex-Navy, hav- on the Boaid itself
Capt. Thwiflore Dahl ........M.._. ,..i.-.......... i-nu-m..i.m ................., ....._.. Commander hitch 'III
Comtlr. Frank D. )lf> .. contest closed Jan. 15, was ing done a four-year
_l by a committee composedof some years back. While stationed
Capt. David McCampbtll ..,.,...... .._Commanding Officer done
Comdr. Richard S. Stum ......... ..............."*..........Executht Officer Com 1.11'. Edward P. Irons, in San Diego, he was I HAVE:
Natal lI..pltal head of the board and art editor of the U. S. Navy
Capt. Edward" S. I-ottt ,,..._.......... ,.. -. ?.??,.,? ,? ? ,,,..,-..--.rommandinf Officer\ safety there. ACCIOENTS wHAT's
Capt. L. A. Newton Executive OlOcer executive medical officer of magazine, published He 'CAUSE

John L. Counthan lrAttTUpt. .... ..... .- ,Commanding Officer the NAS Infirmary; Lcdr. Rich. has made cartooning nis hob- i'M YOUR
(mdr. Anthony IIUMO ............ .........................ExecuUxe Officer ard V. Donahue, Special Servo by ever since. lie resorts to the STUPID \\.. EXCUSE

ices officer and Ensign Albert cartoon method of putting in- 1 f
The JAX AIR NEVIS U published weekly at the U. S. Natal' Air Station. ;
Jukson\'Ule. Hoi Ida, and printed commeriUlly with non-app ro rlatl'd funds H. Schoellhammer, assistant- firmation across by a weekly
no expense to the go\er nment and In compliance' with NAVEXOS F-35. Rev. '
to 194&. Copier are dlshlbuted I free ot charge at the Natal' Air Station, the discipline officer The award ofa mimeographed sheet distributed -
Naval Air Technical Training Center Natal Air Resent Training. (Unit, Natal' $25 Defense Bond will be among the 12 sailors and 12
Air Station Cecil Held and the U. S. Natal hIospital.1ditorAndrew ..
: II. I'luncy presented to the winner some- civilians in his division.
Assistant Ed 1101 -Helen liaiper Stuff Repoiteis-Ed Henderson, PNSN
Coi don Robbie, SN, time next week. LIKE the winner of many a

The JAX AIR NEWS la I member of the Armed Forces Press Service his contest, Fulcher will be expected '
ON BEING informed of :
AKP3 material appearing> In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe
written prrrnUblon vf Aimed Forces Press Ser\lr I Republication' of other achievement, Fulcher said he to continue his efforts.
mailer I except( b !' :. publications U prohibited without permission of
tdllor. JAX AiR NEWS.Editorial \ "never expected to win, then According to plans developedby
ofilrcs located Main Administration\ Building. Phone extensions caitoons"The the Automotive Safety You'll be seeing a lot tiC
were so good
1131. :jlfr and 8164. many tills guy' he's the prbe
L best have bten spearing .Board, he will be asked for winning cartoon character

POoftheWeekHonors in the Jax Air News since the follow-up cartoons, which will drawn by Marion Fulcher t>(

y MEN'S CLUB HOLDS contest got underway back in be enlarged and placed at straMilitary Supply department.

Go To DANCE EVERY fRIDAY -- ----- --
Servicemen are reminded that

Carrier Veteran attend they have the a Friday standing night Invitation dances to Income Taxable In 0WNJ5SSMi&S/


(This. in the 15th 'in a new sponsored by the Y Men's Club of

Pet t yO J f ieer-o-the-Week: "erie, Jacksonville. Some States Of Residence
at the' Na val Air' Technical/ Dances are held at the Palladium
CATHOLIC
located the southside
on on
Training' Center)
Sunday, Mass-0800 0900. iftw{ )
Mary street Admission is 30 cents -
(Thi the first in aeries article dpalingwth state, territorial
Much of the Naval l career of I I St. "Edwaid's ,
I per 'man. and income tax Chapel.Saturday0800
Francis Safiank, PR1 attached to possession obligation membctt of the Armed .

Airman Preparatory School has Forces.) j
.. New York (AI"PSYu) you have to pay income tax I Daily-0630. .

been a carrier career....., .w' Lt. Col. .Piercey In addition to the Federal income tax, certain states, territories. Sunday-0630--Mass at Hospital

Safrank spent and possessions have their own income tax laws. Some have exempted Chapel.

nix and a half Takes Over At members of the Armed Forces while others have not. MORMON

year with I This series of articles is designated I 1- 1930 Wednesday NATTC -
Fighter Squad- j I Rhode Island has no income tax.
MART UnitLt. to help you find out what; I Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN .
ron 62 and But New York has. SCIENCE
your stale tax obligations are '.
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nerved with it Co Richard H. Pierce has 1900
while serving as a member of the I -Tuesday-NATT.C Chriplain's
aboard the USS I ; Ohio and r..nn8'lnnllhave no Office.
assumed duty as commanding officer Armed Foices. Since tax laws
Coral Sea, USS I personal income taxes, but residents
i of the Marine Air Reserve vary. AFPS will furnish a state- PROTESTANT
I
Midway USSFranklin Training Detachment at NAS Jax. : of certain cities and municipalities -
breakdown
by-state of these lawsas 0930-All Saints' Chapel.
He relieved Lt. Col.. Charles M. they apply to servicemen. may be liable for Income 1100-A'll Samts' Chapel

D. Roo Ie- 'Safrank I.. Iunz, who Has left to attend the a a taxes. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
veil, USS Valley Forge,' USS Or-, Armed Forces Staff College at I 2)-The) Soldier and Sallois .
1))-The follow tug; Mate do not .
iskany and USS Leyte. Norfolk, Va. have state income Civil Relief Act li still in foice.
any tax: Con
Aboard the Roosevelt he participated Colonel Pierce, a World War II necticut, Florida, Illinois, Maine, It says you don't have to pay Income 'Flying Saucers' Topic

in Operation Cold Weatherin pilot who saw action in the South Michigan, Nebraska Nevada, New tax on Service pay in a

1949 in the Arctic Circle. He Pacific aiea, comes to Jax from Jersey, Rhode Island, South Dakota ; state in which you are living sole At Harvard Club MeetDr.

.. also was aboard the '"Oriskany onUs Headquarters, Marine Corps Texas, Washington, West ly by reason of naval or militaryorders. Donald H. Menzel, Professor -

Mediterranean shakedown Washington, D. C. He has completed Virginia and Wyoming, It However, that does not
your of Astrophysics and Acting
cruise in 1951. I I I a tour of duty in Korea legal residence is in one of those I exempt retired and retainer pay, Director( of the Harvard College;
He joined the Navy in June, fighter
as a member of a night states you don't have to wony the separate income of a spouseor Observatpry, will speak before

:JP43 squadron., But if you ate picking up some family of a service person, or the Harvard Club of Jacksonville -

Commanding officer of the extra cash in the !state in which income gained from business, investments on Feb. 5, at 1900 at the

NAVY cal Marine Air Detachment are stationed rents, and sources other
10-1 you money besides I Seminole Hotel. His topic w''til
the two Colonel { than Service '
past years, regular Service pay.
your pay- be "Flying Saucers."
EXCHANGE '
also participated in combat you may be liable to taxes. For S)-Generally, if you are a le- i .M
tivities in Koiea. He 1 is I Tickets may be obtained )
credited
example: A sailor from Rhode gal lesident of a state on the last.
NAS Service Information Office,
with destroying thirteen Japanese Island stationed in New York has day of a taxable year. you are liable .
extension 272 or 656.
airplanes duringi'orld WarII. a Job during I off-duty hours. to the income tax laws of i t

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that stare. For other than Serv-

DID YOU KNOW: That the "Women don't interest me. I ice pay you may be liable for in- J ]

types of merchandise and maximum I prefer" the company of my fellow come taxes to the state in which NAVY WIVESCORNER
men.
prices of the various typesof you are deriving an income as ,
merchandise authorized for "I'm broke too. I well as to your home state.. I I I

Navy Exchange resale is controlledby I
the Armed Services Exchange Topic of the last bus lH''o'

Regulation.That NAINSIDE meeting SHas the forthcoming ,installation
.
special I orders may be Thursday, Jan. 28 .. of officers for the 1W'4>

Three Young Texans '. .. '' term. The will be held
J
made for only those items author I ceremony
ised in that regulation. I" Mitzi Gaynor __ \'' ..... '...,:"'..... Friday, Feb. 5, at the Lob" "

That patrons are welcome to Friday, Jan. 29 :' ..,. House.
Cease Fire ....... (documentary) I : II
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come to the Navy Exchange Of- Deadline for registration a
Saturday, Jan. 30 ;
lice Building 898, to request spe- be the next business meeting on
Inferno ........... Rhonda Fleming .. -1:
cial orders. NATTCENTER Wednesday, Feb. 3.

That your Exchanges are re- A "Thank you* letter, written
Thursday, Jan. 28
quired to "tuin over" all mer chan- B-5 way
by patients of Ward
The Glenn Miller Story _,
dine eight time. per year, thereby __.. _.....n...... James Stewart Id'i ? t read and it eras'voted to have another

- offering fresh, new merchandise Friday, Jan. 29 ward party early] in Febu
fit all times. td
Three Young Texans ., ary. The Club also resolved
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That the required "turn over """ bv
.. ....u........_. Mitzl Gaynor' ...'1 support all efforts made
Is accomplished by your Exchange '" ..... ". ; groups or individuals to l'CltOI'C
Jan. 30 w
Saturday -
v. .
Officer's sincere effort to stock ;. .Il ..i .
Cease Fire _......_ (documentary) .j, :f .".:,.. ,:' "' full medical care for dependents
nation's "best sellers" insuring ,
the HOSPITAL ,". ...i Members of the Navy. Wive-
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top quality at the right prices Enlisted
.. Thursday, Jan. 28 Club will call on all

Long Long Trailer ......... .- I Housing on the base and ill
Marines Halt Classes ______.Lucille Ball 1\IAN.OF.TIIE.l\IONTIIOne of the Dewey Park to collect for the
nual military review and highlights of the a>it- "Mother's March of Dimes" on
For OCS, Leaders Friday, Jan. 29 the inspection of NARTU Jax last Friday _

The Marine Corps has temporarily The Glenn Miller Story..> .._ was Plva, AD1.presentation The award of Is the l\an-of.the.1\Ionth award to Jack Monday evening, February 1st

suspended its procurement .,.._, James Stewart enlisted men In the Naval national Reserve In scope, the Ittrllest Clven to The Nursery announces that
Includes 28 units. Air Training Command, which there are several openings in the
program for the Platoon Leaders Saturday, Jan 30 Rear Adm Daniel V.
Gallery
(left)
; Chief of
Class fond the Officer Candidate Three Young Texans ... ._ ...._ Naval Alt Reserve Training, presents! the award to Fha, who Junior Kindergarten 'class. Interested
was cited for his work with 308;
.CaN. (AFPS). ________ Mitai Gaynor I their stay here last 'tar. the Portuguese Nervy trainees, during for further parents information.please tall



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On tho theory that you can't

take advantage of the many opportunities .

we offer if you don't
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Center .is beginning this column
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in the Jax Air News. "

The column,will keep personnel

informed of many educational opportunities .

of which all" with a '

bit jot effort, can take advantage
"J
I & U: will give timely Information
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JT about advancement in rate, officer I- _
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: candidate programs, new coricbpondence '. .11 i

it course: and QC'hlevt"'i'l 1
w f -
I menls of personnel In the field of "
"YOUR IDENTIFICATION, PLEASE"-Proper Identificationof MEN BEIIIND TilE SCfcNE-The administrative section of I
all outgoing; and incoming: personnel is a responsibility of agate the Marine Barracks handles personnel records, education, discipline education. This week we'll introduce i
security guard. Sgt. Alford Hunting checks the 11) card of public information operations and all other necessary paper the activities of office.A .
one of 10,000ehide drivers who enter and leave the Naval Air work. These men behind the scene help make the Marine Bar our
Station dally.Specially. racks an efficient' unit. good place to start, with

vice-wide exams coming up, l is

Trained the advancement in rate sectionof

k' : IYl the office The 'job here .in
Loud ShoulderedBy
Heavy mostly,* administratee. .x

Mont of the work for advance

By Security UnitShoulders merit must be done by you on
r youir own initiative You must de-
mon&trate( to handle
: jour ability
laden with rcspon\ihility-That more than anything .
the work and of the
else describes the personnel who comprise the station's responsibility;
r next rate
higher by completing
force.Responsibility
security .
the military and 1'l'oCe"llonalIH'ac-
is the primary
EXPEDITING of this mission tical factors for jour rating. You

mission of this group of 96 Marines calls.for strict discipline among e fr must satisfactorily complete all

from Barracks 916, whose men of the security force itself, i mandatory training courses for

job it is to carry out all se in addition to close scrutiny of that rating. You must complete ,
and the general training course for :
curity regulations, policies
all incoming and outgoing
per petty officers.When .
Naval
instructions aboard the
sonnel and guests. Too, the Marines -
Air Station. They are specially you've done this, a certificate
trained for the job must continue their own comes from jour division '/

THERE ARE occasions where self-training which has earned 'III n '* officer', and It Is arranged for you

Naval and civilian personneland for them the reputation of always PATROL-Perimeter patrol Is just one of the more Impor- I to take exams I & E keeps the
ant functions of station An unlocked Rate unattended
security. or
being ready to meet an record and can give Information
visiting guests feel they section of fence could easily be the "weak link In the chain." Cpl. you any
have been affronted, or that emergency.At Eugene: Davis checks the fence and lock on one of the fates located you want .
their dignity has been ruffled' times, it becomes neces in the north end of the station. I .

while aboard the station, or up- sary for a gate guard, or a 1 & K',. other major job is to

on arriving and leaving the member of the Marine perml- Jax Federal Credit Union provide you with as many opportunities -
base. Perhaps most service and eter patrol to insist upon cer- Navy as possible for self-improvement

. civilian personnel and their tain t information from individ This is mostly done I
friends are not aware of the uals. These Marines may be Declares 4.5% Annual Dividend through the United States Armed

mission of the'Marine Barracks, carrying out an official order Forces Institute, commonly knownas f
which in part states: which necessitates temporarily Members of the Jax Navy a $30 per month salary for the USAFI.; In the past we have

"The mission of the Marine detaining personnel or visitorsat Federal Credit Union have treasurer during 1954. had many men who have become

Barracks is to provide perimeter the main gate This is in line voted to pay a four and one-' High School graduates while in

security through the em of duty and is an act for which half percent dividend for the The Board of Directors was delighted the Navy, and many more are

ployment of'gate guards, per the member of the security past year, it has been disc to confer with the proper workJng on it now I & E also has

imeter patrol, and traffic sen- forceis held entirely responsi closed by Credit Union officials military authorities to investigate helped a number of men who wishto

tries; to operate and further ble.As tile possibility of extending additional prepare' themselves for a job
the retraining of the Station in any city or town, reg- This it an Increase of 2'i! per loan benefits to military in civilian lifeProcedure ,

Brig; provide logistics support ulations and laws arc made for cent over last year's dividend, and personnel. At the present time, in thin field Is to talk

to Marine Aviation Detach the benefit and security of all. an indication of the financial military personnel can only obtain to all 'men who want to continuetheir

ment, NATTCenter and to provide And as in any' city or town, growth of the 18-months old or loans in the amount they have on education, and then try to

liaison with Marine patients these regulations must be followed ganization.At deposit in the Credit' Union. work out with them their best ,

in the U S. Naval Hos in order to insure effi tile annual meeting held Elected to the Board of Diieo- plan of attack. We have a long list '

pital." ciency of operation This can last week, the membership also tors were Umberto B. Pezzulla, of USAF courses, the majorityof

only be attained through the authorized a bonus of $360 for O & R; Sidney J, Wilds, Industrial which are excellent, and these

Vets Bypassing GI cooperation and understandingof the treasurer for services! rendered Relations; Jack II. flew, 0 can be taken out through the

all. during 1953, and established & R, Frank C. Woods, Supply- I& E office I&: E is a G.E.D.

Fiscal, and Sammie A. Whittington Testing Center, and through these

Rockin'ChairPay Public Works, reelected fof tests in many cases, can help
another term. Other Board of DIrector you get a high school diploma.
By and large, Korean veterans -
members whose terms
readjusting to civilian. life carry The Education Center will give
have not resorted to their unemployment over are Joe O'Connell, Hugh you all the help possible. Office\
Bruce, and'Jo'hn Weaver OAR
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benefits personnel are always glad to talk
and Cecil Acree, Industrial Relations.
'
In a recent survey it was revealed to anyone, and urge personnel to

that only 57 out of every come visit. But I & E can' only ,
1,000 discharged veterans covered help, the major part of the work
New members of the Credit
by the 1952 Veterans Read- Is up to you.
justment Assistance Act were .H.HaA Committee 'are Andrew H. Carl- t .
paid jobless benefits during the son, 0 & R; Harry E. Jarrard, 0 First Medical Wave
& R, and William D. Pofts, Sup-
first eight and one-half months of
Ordered To Sea
ply-Fiscal. Carry over membersare
the program.
Under terms of the act, Korean James O. Burton, 0 & R and Lt (jg) Katherine Keating In

veterans who served in the Armed Walker Crevasse, Public Works. the first Wale of the Navy Medi

S Forces anywhere In the world The Supervisory Committee will cal Service Corps ordered to sea
consist of Russell Proctor, 0 & R;
since June 27, 1950, are eligiblefor duty. She has
repotted to the
unemployment compensation Charlie Head, O'& R, and ,Arthur ..-
hospital ship USS Haven at Long _
in the amount of $26 a week, up W. Allen, Supply-Fiscal.
Beach, Calif .(AFPS).
to a maximum of 26 weeks, for
each week during which they i1gt\\ Leonard Eubanks, Industrial president of the Credit Upion, for

_. Relations officer, congratulatedthe his leadership in the affairs
cannot obtain a job. < 'fN"II'!' -=:'''' 11II:_ guiding
Up to last September, 170,300 ACROSS THE YEARS-It was some 12 yean ago that Vice local facility on its growth, I of the Credit Union duringits
Initial claims had been filed by Adm. Charles P. Mason (retired), (right) departed the Naval Air and assured the membership of organization.At .
who Station Jacksonville after serving as its first commanding officer, continued support In the coming t
Korean veterans were the close of this
jobless but he has always made it a point to come back occasionally for past year, '
Capt. D, Coates
paid a total of, $24,500,000 in a visit. Now mayor of Pensacola, the retired Naval officer, who year. Leonldas the Credit Union had grown to a
compensation. The number of chats here with Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree- present commanding Overhaul and Repair officer, was membership'of 1,50( and had accumulated ;
veterans who received: one or more officer of the station, was here last week on the occasion of another honored guest. assets totaling $61,000. "
annual NARTU Jax review. Vice Adm. Mason
the : military
weekly payments, up to $26, was served as commanding officer at NAS Jar from Oct. 1910 to May An engraved gavel was presented It had also affiliated with th*
114,000. 1953. to Joseph E. Netti, the firat Credit Bureau -of Jack onvWo.




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VF-174, VF-J03, VF-62, VW4, VF-JJ, VF-U, Fasion 6, Fasron 109 Report NAVY OFFICERS WILL-


II. ;::2' WEAR official SWORDS word is AGAINThe out .

Spouting Jucksonville Area Squadrons Navy officers will be requiredto

: wear. swords;; on dress occasions

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Tired, but happy to be ashore, VF-62 ", Pair Of VF-101 A Permanent Navy Uniform

)121 "Hell Razors" of VF-174 Only recently returned from Korea "" Board has voted that all regular -

made, fast tracks back here Friday VF-82's "Gladiators" have 'White hats' CitedIn officers, except chaplainsand

after five days of successful started this new year by embark- women, officers, should

carrier operations aboard the USS ing upon an intensive training : ,' ,.. start wearing the swords it

Lake Champlain. program in their new "Banshees". ." .J..:,.tt.;1I'11i1j.j;f! .r:.".. .. CompetitionSix was made optional for Re-

I, Lcflr.. George H. Suit, squadionfcklpper Skipper Lcdr. William W Kelly' ""' '"'.. :" 'j.. .. ... .>i'i.;.; .'". months of outstanding performances serves and temporary officers
t .
extended h t personal ,attended the. four-day Special? i .q' won prizes for two Flag officers and captains

t i thanks to all hands for exerting Weapons. School at NAS Norfolk! men of a Fleet Air Jacksonville must start wearing. their

t maximum effort Jn making: the while executive officer Lcdr, -Edwin ,' \7 squadron recently while: deployed swords by June 1; commander,

operation a success.Offfceis C, Griffin: lajn Southern Pine, : :: aboard the USS Franklin D by Jan. 1, 1955: ; lieutenant

N. C.attendiiig the Air Force's commanders, by June 1 1955
of Vl -I74. gave a fare- >i..r,. Roosevelt in the Mediterranean. ;
w ,1 party for two members picI Ground Operation School. \ ... ': : tJ Jerry E. Shira, ADS, and LouisL. lieutenants by Jan. 1, 1956;

Ylng to depart 'the "Hell Raz- Two VF-62 pilots, Lt. (jg'a) \'t) Downer, ATAN of VF-101 lieutenants (Jg) by June 1,

D.n" fold. Lcdr. Holden S. Naff, Mickey Robillard and Bob New- were presented with trophies by 1956; ensigns by Jan. 1, 1957,

tinusfcried to Fasron 6, and Lt. man, received promotions to their i ". Captain J. S. Thach, commanding and commissioned warrant of-

J. L. Suttle, \1M03!' were each) present rank. ,'i\\ officer of the huge carrier, ficers by June 1, 1957.

presented/ with an engraved (silver Nine officers, six of them ensigns ...,i'L.;' :, for their outstanding performances -

card! tray with the equadion's : reported to the squadron.The ..', ..:{'i: ;.. as plane captain and me-
PJ Several
compliments.: / ensigns are Don Miller, Ed chanic respectively.Shira ChangesFor

Reporting to VF-174 this week Kern, Harry Wilson, Jack Slyfield, won his award for being

ue.-e Ensign Douglas 1'. Maloney, Jerry- Tappan and Millard Ever- adjudged top plane captain for EM.Uniform

from Aviation Maintenance Of. hart. Lt. Robert ,J. McAllister and HONORED' While VF-101 the "Grim lteapera" of VF-101. .

ficers' School and James R. Bo- Lt. (jg's) James R. Pavelle and members stand at attention, Downer was mimed as first mechanic Several changes in enlisted
awards wearing apparel has been madeby
are presented by Capt.J.
James W. Roberts the other
gird\, a PHAN from the Naval were S. Thach, skipper of the USS the Per'man.ent Navy Uniform
riiotogt'nphlc Center in Washing; officers who reported aboard. Franklin D. Roosevelt, to Louis Effort, ,attitude, training, .pi ogress Board. .

ton D. C. EM's who recently checked In Downer, ATAN (center) and preventive maintenance and
Shira ADS. Downer was The following decisions have
*. lire: Jack L. Abernathy, AMI; Jerry outstanding aircraft handling, were graded by
mechanic
cited as been made for enlisted personnel:
\F-10S James W. Akin, AEAN; Ronald while Shira was voted out the judges during the six months Black socks must be worn with

Those "11I0\ic taV' you may C. Avlldson, AOOA; Owen F. Ben- standing plane captain contest. Cleanliness, personal appearance enlisted undress white uniforms

have seen casually strolling about der, AKAN; Walter 11. DUbennett, and overall general appearance -
while Abe K. Litz PHC arrived and with black shoes at all times,
,
Vr?-103's hanger spaces iccenlly Jr., AOAA; Gerald F. Evans, were also noted.Lt. .
effective Jan. 1 1955.
,
here from NAS Trinidad. Follow.ing
aicrit( from Hollywood after all-- AM2; Call L. Hawkins, AO2; (jg) Thomas M. Kastner,
at the NAS Also to be standard is the
short Hospital
tlle "I'c' squadron pilots selected by Donald D. Krohl, Jr., AT3; Rob- a stay line officer of the VF-101 'Grim
John A. ought, AT2, returned brass-colored belt buckle and tip
the Cine/ama Co. to star in the ert A. Pats, AD 5 Clarence W. Reapers, originated the idea of
to the fold. for wear with khaki, white and
forthcoming film "the Thrill of Rodgers, 1IM2; Forest G. Smith, competition, which runs'for a six-
black
web belts, in place of the
Your Life." ATI; Clifford N. Stone, ADI; Former Lt. I. C. "Lefty" Hoffman months period, during which the present buckle.

The entire squadron,! joins in con- James L. Thomas, AT3; and Robot deep-sixed his railroad tracksin crews are periodically graded.for Also recommended for standardization
J. Updegiaff, ATL favor of a brand new set of
g''I thlatlllg Lcdr. Ted Klein on berth shoe last for low shoeson '
oak effective 1. a starting are: Dave !
leaves January
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his accent promotion. Squadron Holtz, AT2; Buford "Bird Dog"Saunders the army-developed "Fort
members arc: likewise extending VW-4 VF Knox IV" last. However the
-11VF11'a AM3: Ronnie NewvlHe, new-
warm \\eicome to the 277 men An at"the social and training "Red Kippers" have organized A03; and* Billy Paxton, AN. shoe last will not be used until

from the USS \loinett who have program} will keep the "Hurricane a squadron basketball The "Rippers"! recently lost 3 the Navy uses its present. stock

recently joined VF-103. This new Huntcis"' of VW-4 occupied dur- team, under the direction of Red of their pilots to squadrons star of shoe lasts.

contingent of nitin will make VF- ing the next few weeks. Their Blachowskl, AO1. Honed in this area. Last week, It is also recommended that
103 one of the largest Fighter winter social season gets under
Making'up: the starting five are: Lcdr. Wilson Baldwin was trans- women officers be allowed to wear
Squadrons on the East Coast with way tomorrow with a big all hands I lighter
Grace Rumble, AD3; Dwane Kile- ferred to VF-14, and Ensigns worsted-type material for
31 pilots assigned and 26 spank- dance and in February 180 EM'g their
ger, AD3; Jim Sexton, A03; Billy George La Blanc and Bud Person overcoats, in addition to the
1 Ing new\ F9F-6 "Cougars." are scheduled to take the (1vance.;
went to VA-15 and presently specified woolen ma-
VF-12
Denham, A03; and Paul Feldman, respectively -
f I Also checking in were Lt. (Jg) ment in rating exams. AOAN. Pushing these men hard terial.

Frank A. Libeiato, Ensigns Wayne Leaving VIV-4 this week wore VF-11 also extended a hearty

,, K. Foster, William J. Lartdn, and the first four squadron men to go welcome to Ruse Parrot, AN, who will be completed in the next

j Carl W. Hagcnback. the way of the TAR (Trainingand Cameramen Continue returned to the squadron recently issue.
Administration of the Naval Mrs. Vernon E. Binion, wife of
}} To Billy Taylor, ATI, at the Cinerama Filming from Naval Hospital after recov- Lcdr.
Vernon
E.
Binion
Air Reserve Lt. com
V Naval Hospital, Ralph R. Sasala, program) Byron Cinerama I ering from an extremely serious' .
camera crews
manding officer of VF 14,
W. Dean, former Administrative ga'ebirth
AN: who was transferred to NAS aboard the USS Lake Cham- operation..
to a boy on Jan. 10.
I' Officer left for NAS N.
Niagara, s
t Olathe, KaruJ., and David W. Reynolds plain off the Florida coast! are *
Y., and was relieved by Lt. Max- VF-H
t ATI, who is being discharged completing filming the
rapidly
ey" P., Watson, Jr. Three others, The old VF-14 "yellow nose"Corsairs Fasron Six
I the squadron sends its best aerial action scheduled for "The A Fish
Camp was the site of
Paul E. Painter, AA, Jerry p. have flown their last
iblics. Thrill of Your Life". As of to-
i Seals, AN, and Henry L. Brown, hop and the pilots are rapidly a most enjoyable administrative

AA, headed for NAS Floyd Ben- day the only remaining "shots"are getting checked out in the new division party last Thursday

: Hey How About nett Field, N. Y. of catapult action. F3D jet. The "Skynight" has already featuring dinner "home style".

Due to recent bad weather proven itself in Included among the 43 present
combat
Four photographers and an elec-
1. A navy Entry tronics technician have recently conditions some final scenes Over Korean skies. .were the commanding officer,

bolstered the squadron's roster.PIIAN's scheduled earlier for NAB Cecil Lt. William Black, British Comdr. Herold J. Weiler, Jr., and
Field were postponed. Weather 17 guests. A vote of thanks i is
Royal Navy has
For 'Miss Jax'? Fred B. King, Richard R. reported aboardfor
F Pavlik, and Ma.rvln'V. Enquist reported permitting, they will be filmed a one year exchange duty. extended to the "ways and
there this weekend. means committee" comprised of
Pilots reporting from the train-
The Jacksonville Junior Chamber in from NATTU Pensacola
ing command Lt. Paul S. Byars, ADC, and Robert
of Commerce announced this are; (jg) Paul
.... .., C. Luse, PN3, in addition to the'
week that lady from :' Utterbach, Lt. (jg) Rodman P.
any young
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the Jax Navy commands who so : :..: ;:;:...;::. .:.i : :. .. .:;; Duane, Ensigns John M. Shiels, leading chief's two youngsters

desires may enter the "Miss Jack- Dinald E. Vaden, Joseph Robbins who managed the refreshment
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+ sonville" contest) for 1954.: I and Charles E. Lipford. Lt. (jg) stand excellently.
Robert A. Holden Hydraulic Shop twosome, John
reports aboard
The contest, which will be held
from instructor F. Campbell, AM3, and CharlesB.
duty at NAS
at"lhe Jax Junior College SwLsher
Cingville( while Lcdr. Lorenzo Brashear, AMAN, recently
Feb. 6, will entail
Gymnasium
Baldwin checked in from VF-11. completed their third year in the
three phases: evening gowns, ,+ t j jy. Enlisted squadron after receiving boot
trimming suits and talent. personnel recently' reporting -
together at Great Lakes. Supplyiepartment's
to VF-14 are; Peter R.
Girls who enter must be be-
William J. Vender-
Keyser, PHAN; Edward C.
tn evil (lie, age of 18 and 28, 4 b Powell, A03; Mosco Freeman, hide, AK3, holds the title of the
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netrr have been married, eithera r -, oldest member of the squadron,
:AOl; George Maier, AMI; Jack
resident. or student In a regIxtrrril F- ttSY I H. Acuff, AM2; Billy Arrington, having just completed his 40th
school for the next
year month aboard.
AEAN; Howard E. Ballantyne,
and have made her entry at the
Outstanding performance in
: AEAN/ ; James A. Bass, AA; Con-
JCC office not later than 12.-00: ) division
the First Lieutenant
rad A. Bulak, AMAN; John L.
noon, Friday, Jan. 29. 3z rT Carney, AMC; Kenneth G. Ellis, earns James R. Flanigan, AN,
of the contest will be the distinction this week's
Winner ;: ATAN; Marvin D. Ensworth, as
awarded a full wardrobe and paid ATAN; Burnice J. Farrington, White Hat of the Week."

'trip: to Winter Haven, Fla. AMS3i; Emmett P. Graham, AE3; Born in Oakland, Md., Flani- .

In addition she will be considered ; Robert J. Harris, ADEAN; Mau- (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 1)
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a preliminary contestant for .. .. ,'"'" .."__ .. .......:....m...... ..m"......\..._.:"..._.":__._.._. rice W. Jacoby, AE3; Elton L. Death Benefit Society
the title of Miss America. To Largent, AMC; John R. Loftus,
BACK TOGETHER-Six: ensigns who completed flight training
compete in the latter, she will together and reported to Fighter Squadron 62,within a week of AEC/ ; James M. Ryan, AOAN and Assessment No. 30 Due

first compete in the Miss Florida one another gather around the plane of the last pilot of the groupto Warren Moffatt, A03. Due to a Mutual Death'Benefit Society

contest at Winter Haven, which quality in the squadron's F211-2 Banshee. Participating in the limited amount of space, all of'' members are advised that pay
to Milliard Everhart (in cockpit) are (left
Ensign
carries" with it the title of ")flea congratulations Donald the new personnel will not be ment of assessment No 30 Is due
to rUht) Ensigns Jack Sylfltld, Harry. Wilson, Jerry Tappan,
mentioned this week. The fist by Feb. 1.
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Scouting: The Squadrons

(Continued from Pare 6)) Amateur Radio Club Mixon, Mitchell, I

gan graduated'from Oakland Changes Meet Dates

High i in 1952. Enlisting In the Amateur Radio Club members Higgins Named
Navy Nov. 5 1952 he
was sent
of NAS ham station W4-
to VE-44 here after boot. \
In Aprilof lM Honor Students
NEK are notified that the bimonthly -
last year, he reported to his meetings have been
current duty station. Flanigan Honor awards at Naval Air
changed to the second and the
plans to attend the University of Technical Training Center Schools
fourth Tuesday of each month.
Maryland after completion of his last week went to two Marines,
The next meeting is scheduled I ,
enlistment.Six and one sailor.
for 9, "
Tuesday, February
men were advanced in rate Air minded Pfc. Charles G. .:

to pay-grade E-3 after passing a y.h r Mixon topped the graduating classat

squadron exam conducted by the Y 2 i Airman School with a D0.03: ,
f
Education office. Advancing fromAOAAAOAN average. This was the highest in 4}

were John B. L.Cumming. : the'! class of 180 men. )'

William B'. Harkness, < 3 a 1iW ti Pfc. Mixon is .,1

Lawrence Healy, and John O'- a graduate of S

Neill, while Ralph R. Sedaker ad. SALTY HUMOR FROM Shatter High
z
vanced from AMAA-AMAN and School, Shaf'

Patrcik J Sammon, from AA- Y HERE AND THERE ter, Calif., and <

AN.' "Father says he's .glad to hear3'ou'e also attendedAeronau1
S. ., aa4 Northrup
1 '" :': t'ii if ;?1. A poet.

VF-22 COLORS HIGH-Personnel of Attack Squadron 105 have been "I'm glad. Is he a lovei .of
An old VF-22 custom of sud- carrier hopping so often of late, that they have had little' time to poetry?"- tical Institute .
denly visiting its newly married spend at their home base. Hence they decided that since they may Bilor to entering -
be at home for a while, they should have a flag raising ceremony. "No. But the last boy friend of the Marine
officers'was revived by a caravan Preparing to two-block the mine he worked
squadron's flag is an honor guard under over was a
of squadron pilots, wives'and the direction of Lt. William Lewellen (left). Left to right are wrestler" 'Corps he was Mixon
girl-friends last week. honor guard members Ensign Bill Taylor, Lt. (Jg) Dick llossert, S employed by an aircraft companyin
and Ensigns Don Duhrkopf, Jake Sapp and Don
Hull-Hyde.! ; El Segundo, Calif.
with refreshments
Complete
"What does your husband work
the group swarmed into the at?" lie will report next to NATT-

home of newly-weds 'Lt. (jg) 'Country Store'Opens SAFETYBox "Intervals" Center, Memphis.

Hal Averyt and wife Betty ,' Athletics And high grades go
Score hand in hand-at least for honor
Caught completely by surprise Monday In "They tell me your wife In outspoken -

they recovered to suggest,:: the ," student Edward Higgins, AKAN,
Disabling Injuries Through of AK A
( ) School
same maneuver be pulled on Lt. Building 954The "By whom?" .
Monday, Jan 25 In addition
to his
1 top classroom
(jg) Dan Trimble and his wife
Betty. Navy Exchange will open This Month 2 Teacher: "Junior, if I take 51 average, Higgins played for the

.* its new "Country Store" next This Year J from 100, what's the difference?" Jax Navy varsity basketball team,

Fasron 109 Monday morning at 0830 in Days Since Last Junior: "Yeah, who cares?" and was an outstanding memberof

Plans are presently being made Building 954, directly across the Lost-Time Accident 0 M the NATTCenter City League

for a Fasron 109 all hands partyto street from the Mainside store. (Herein each week will be "I hate to ",member my youth," squad. .1

be held at the American Leg- This is the same space occupiedby found the Safety Box Score of said the first old maid. lie reported here from Fighter

ion Hall Friday, Feb. 5. Barbe- Toyland. lost-time accidents incurred "Why-what happened?" asked Squadron 82 at NAS Oceans, and

cued chicken will be the main Items which the Exchange has among industrial-type employed the second. has been assigned to duty at the

dish and the Navy band will fur- not previously stocked due to persons at NAS Jax. "Nothing" Naval Air Development Center, ,
nish dance music. Johrw'ille. Pa.
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space limitations will be added.
Goodbyes are being said to Lt. These include numerous kitchen Co-ed to sailor: "Paiclon me for From the

fjg) Hank Halleland, who is items, hardware gadgets, garden Self Preservation slapping you, but I thought you battlefield i nKorea

leaving for duty at Corpus Christi tools, plants, seeds and carpen- were trying to steal my sorority with the

Texas. ter hand tools. Methods Seen In pin. First Marine
Division, to a
The squadron basketball team Also to be found at the "Coun
continues to the intramural Said one (skeleton in a museumto recruiting sta-
pace try Store" will be bottled goods Training Films
league by averaging 70 pointsper by the case! which were normal another: "If we had any guts tion In Boston,

game. ly handled by the Navy Exchange Few personnel are yet thor we'd get out of here." and finally to a i

Greeted into the Fasron 109 outlet in the Laundry, oughly acquainted with the relatively i SThey NATTCenclassroom "

fold this week were Edward C. Building 106. This outlet will new Back. PressureArmLift called her checkers because '- .. ter J r

Kuhrt, DCI, from the USS Cor- now be closed. method of artificial respiration everytime you made a Mitchellthese -

regidor and James R. Goldsmith, Other merchandise will be which has been found superior wrong move, she Jumped. are the duties logged up by
to older methods. Sgt. Earl W. Mitchell, high man
AB2, who was formerly aboard added later as it is received
the USS Mindora. from the vendors. : Since the danger of death by She was only a second hand at AO School. Sgt. Mitchell's 85.-
suffocation and drowning is often 'dealer's daughter that's why she 13 average was the best in a

Fully Checked Out present, personnel might well wouldn't allow much on the old' class of 27 men.

benefit by becoming thoroughly davenport A native of Howland, Maine,

acquainted with the new method S where he graduated" from high
ANP( ) Phase Coordinator Cited As
Training Film MN 7484, offered A wedding ring is a matrimonial school, he will now be assignedto

by the Aviation Training Film LI- I tourniquet designed to stop Instructor's Training Aviation
Aeronautical 'Jack Of All Trades'the brary in Building 168, gives com circulation. Ordnance School. This assignmentwas

plete coverage on this and other I made on the basis of Sgt.
Since being graduated from the Naval Air Technical Mitchell's high
Training methods of artificial respiration.The average.
Naval Aviation Cadet School at I .
Center. He Is especially proud of also Includes t
library a
Pensacola in 1943, Lt. Harry Pal- -
the gas engine supply of films C'o"erlnrprore-
CAP
Cadets
matier, Phase Coordinator at Airman -
, e model airplane, dures for varied si tuatlons.
Preparatory School, has led "
1 a papoose Among these films I 11\MN 836 A
life fully with flying.He .
a occupied Check OutIn
has flown fighter planes in which he1 built Personnel Damage Control,
aboard the Bon which deals with first aid,
the Navy, training planes and .
Ilomme Richard wound, bomb blast and burns, Survival ..
helicopters as a civilian, and built .
lie equip .4 r. fracture, and artificial respiration. -
model planes as a hobby. In keeping with the spirit of
ped the plane'with s 4 .,
During World War II he served cooperation between the Naval "

with a night fighter squadronflying ons" giving"flaper-it Film MN 7325, titled Self Preservation 1 % d ry Air Arm and the Air Force, 40
,
Hellcats aboard the USS in Atomic Attack, covers Civil Air Patrol Cadets whose
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greater maneuverability :
action in the preventive first aid in atomic at planes are '
Saratoga. He saw PalmatierLt. supplied by the Air.
bombing airfields around Tokyo tack. Force visited the Naval Air Tech-
Palmatier is qualified by'the the lines of
Along same pre- nical
and at Iwo Jima. At the latter Training Center last Tuesday
Civil Aeronautics Association as a ventive first aid is the film MN"" for
point the Saratoga received kamikaze a review on aircraft ditch-
hits that put her out of action ground Instructor in navigation, 5139, Prepare For Gas, which describes ing and ball-out survival.
aircraft engines, aircraft, civil air the characteristics and -
for the remainder of the war. potential They were routed to Training
regulations and meteorology, as.a dangers of gas attack.
KETUIINED to civilian Facilities for the
HE n} movie, "Land
mechanic in aircraft engines and For Information and schedulingof 1' W
life in 1946 and designed and and Live in the Jungle;" a firefighting .
aircraft and as a flying instructorin training'films, call 423 or visit
constructed a government approved demonstration; a survival -
single and multi-engine air Building 168.Apprentice.
airfield at Coudersport, ,- equipment lecture by Phase IV
helicopters.
craft, Instruments and
Pa., his home city. He also oper- Club of Airman School; a tour of Avia-
.
ated a commercial flying school tion Ground Officers School; and

there. Troops To Decide On Elects OfficialsThe : finally ditching pro edure combined -

When the Korean: Conflict NAS Apprentice Club announces with swimming at the Indoor
New: Army UniformArmy
flared he was recalled to active Its new slate\ of officers, swimming pool.

I duty and assigned to Fighter personnel, both officers elected at 'the last business meet- I' Civil Air Patrol Cadets comprise -

Squadron 71 aboard the carrier arid enlisted men, will get a ing.Officials : PS-IN'A UII of boys and girls 15 years

USS Bona Homme Richard. chance to express their opinionson Include: Ralph Novak, old and over interested in air

.. NEVER HAVING handled a Jet the uniform they will be wearing president; Albert Jackson vice- JURY CASELongstemmedKathleen patrol in conjunction with Civil I

fighter, he soon checked himself in the future. president; William Richards, secretary Case, who makes her Defense efforts. The two units ,.
screen debut the naive
out aboard ship and flew the Three sample uniforms have ; James Manning, treasurer beauty in "The as Human Beast" representd in the tour were Jacksonville .

Navy's Panthers against the Com- been prepared to determine which[ ; Clinton Dickinson, sergeant- strikes a pretty pose between Beach and Jacksonville. '

munists in Korea, completing 45 is most popular among the troops at-arms; William Green, chaplainand scenes at Hollywood, Calif. The These Cadets are anticipatlpg entrance

missions. They are gray-green, green-pink, I Jaiftes Jones, historian. 20-year old ballerina-actress into some branch of the
from Pittsburgh is dancing her
In 1953 he was! assigned! tot and olive-drab (AFPS). Next meeting will be Jan. 29. way to stardom. !service.


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*: TWO-BIT CLUB Marines ReturnTo -- : AFPS SPORTS

I .

Membership cards to the Two- Home Court; Roundup

Bit Club were extended last

week to six Malnslde cagers, (ly Armtd Forcn tint Scrvte).
,
nf'p'
Lose To BulletsWith -t y i1i' ;11i
while another earned a ducat tro (',, Sfnlce Highlight

for the second time this sea-
a revamped lineup in action Ft Ord's outstanding quartersback
son.
the lax Marine basketball Don Helnrlrh, former All-
Hal Kuhn, leader of a strong!
VP-18 quintet, hit Ute charmed team will meet Cecil Field tonightat : American signal caller for the
2015 in the NATTOnter' AudJtoilum. :
.
circle for the second time by -I University of Washington,' has

posting 25 points in the Pa- pact with the
This week' marked the first Inked a one-year
trolmen's 60-50 conquest of Operations -
home appearance for the Red and professional l New York ,GIant
.
r. .
Gold cagers since before the holiday l # Helnrlch expects to be dischargedin
Landreth Bute, rangy Com tl
munications center, rang up a season. Monday night. they August i Irv Hnldash! former -

pair of 28-polnt performances, dropped a 74-63 contest to the University of North Carolina
.
first time this i feat had ever Green Cove Springs Bullets : center who recently was discharged .
In the second quarter, it looked
been accomplished in Malnstde : at Ft. Eustis, Va., has
like the Marines had Green Coveon
Intramural hoop competition."Old signed a 54 contract with the
the' run but with "Blondie"Moore
dependable" Bill Madden NFL's Cleveland Browns::
and Rudy Dragisica hittingthe .
of Fasron 109 recorded the The Pensacola NAS cadet choir
hoop, ,abetted by the floor n
season's high total of 33 pointsIn entertained at the huge football
play of Bobby Robertson, the Bullets
the Beavers' 66-63 conquest banquet in Cincinnati honoring
pulled in front and were never l :
of VA-45. headed. I Jim Tatum, 1953 Coach of the
SHEETName : :
ROSTER
Year, Tatum lieutenant in
was a
VoInU
Trim Roy Wencel,*with 14 points, led
Landitth But. Comm. . 28. 2H: in 1946 and coached the
Hal Kuhn VP18 .. .. 28, 25 the Marines. Dick Goller dumpedin EYES UP-Attention is focused on the hoop as Jim Robinsonof the Navy
Bill Madden Kasr.in IP!). ., 33 12 and Bill Peiuski and Pete VA-45 gets the ball away for a possible field goal In an Amer- Jacksonville NAS gridiron squad.
FAKTU .. .. 2G
Mike R. J. 1'oweri.Nlelson. VA-45: ., ... 20 Carlisle had 11 markers each Iran League NAS intramural struggle between VA-45 and Fasron Capt. Glen C. Glotrr is man.
Dick Rlckenack, NARTU .. 25 109. Other identifiable player Is Fasron's Bruce Behr S3)). Fas aging the 40th AAA Gun Bn. box:
R. L, Dlllman, VF-22 .. .. 25: ron 109 triumphed 6663.
Ing team In Wiesbaden Germany.

Cagers Meet The captain fought 102 profess

Barnes Second In Seven Clubs Unbeaten sional bouts on the West Coast

'For Fleet between 193540. At one time dur-

ing his boxing career' he acted as

Ancient City a sparjing partner for heavy
Air In Mainside
TourneyThe Cuge Play weight Matte Kosenbloom.

Golf TournamentA annual basketball tournament Bob Goode, recently named FltToro's

to determine the Commander Favorites advanced in the Mainside intramural basket- most valuable football play..

youthful, smooth-swinging Fleet Air, Jacksonville area ball leagues as VP-18, Supply, Hospital, Fasron 109, VF-G2, er for the '53 season, plans onslgning

linkstcr, Ed. Barnes, representingthe champion is scheduled to get un- Fasron Six and VC-62 were victorious in games played last : a contract with the professional ..

Naval Air Station, finished derway here February 9. week. Washington Redskins

runner-up> to tourney-wise Jim- All fleet air units,' including VP-16 opened the week with a roll 109 hipped VA-45, 66-63, with when he's discharged from the

my Paul of Daytona Beach, 2 and I ships, from Glynco, Ga., south, 66-57 National League decision Bill Madden running wild for 33 Marine Corps later this month.

1, in the recent Florida Winter are eligible to participate in the over an undermanned Communications points to pace the Beavers, co- San Jose State College'sNCAA
half mile
ComFairJax championship play. favorites with Fasron Six to champion Long
cop
Don Sample the
Golf Championship Tourney at crew. was
has for Induction
Stanley reported
Entries, complete with squad league laurels. Dick Nielaon hit
big gun for the Gators with 18 Also'I'e.porling .
St. Augustine into the Army. .
rosters, must be submitted to theComFairJax the hoop for 26 points to aid the
Paul got off to an early 2-up PIO, Room 111, points from his forward slot as losing cause. for induction this month

they recorded a 35-27 half-time was Uob NickolaiH, leading{ scorer .
lead but Barnes came back to Administration Building, by Feb- In the romp of the week, Faa-
lead which threatened.
was never
of the Southern Illinois Uni
square the match with a great ruary 5.Winner. .. Landreth Bute stood out for the ron Six's Banshees toppled Corn- .
.
versity's cage team. ., 1.' .
of the single elimination Fair Jax. .98-40. in a giant vs. elf
birdie
I three from the rough on losers with a 28-polnt performance.Doug Chlco Vejar, showing excellent
play wilt represent Rear battle. Frank Shytles, John Wag.
the 10th hole. The turning point Jones and Jack Lucovskyled
form, fought his way to a unanimous -
Admiral Osborne B. Hardison, oner and Bill Bailey shared hon-
(
came when Barnes, recently returned Supply to a 65-52 victory over decision over welterweight
Commander Fleet Air, Jackw>n. ors for the Building'200 athletes,
r from an aroundthewbrldcruise FA E T U1 each man getting 17 Pat Manzi in a nationally tele
vine in the AirLant champion- witha
with Shytles 'setting the pace
lost his ball on the second /markers. The Storekeepers iced vised 10-rounder before 2,273 fan
ship play scheduled for Norfolk 20-point display. Wagoner hit
shot on the llth and his tee shot with
the contest a last-half scor- in Miami, Jan. 8.
between February 23 and 26. for 18 markers and Bailey 17,
on the 12th.LEONARD. ing drive. Making things interesting -
Maj. Cliff Bergere, Base Trans.
Augmentation of area winnersis the losers' :Mike Standings Through January_ 22
COOLEY of the Air was Powers portation Officer at Pepperell
permitted and encouraged, according NATIONAL LEAIl'ETesm : .:
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Station of shoes who canned 26 points.
won a pair golf to ComAirLant Instruc- Won Last< Pet AFB, Newfoundland, has coin

(size 12)) by winning the first Two For \T-18 VP-J8 ......... .. ."..3 0 lax peted In 16 Memorial Day race
tion 1710. 1A.VX1 I I Supply ..............3 0 1.000
flight championship, from Fred 'Behind 16-7 after the opening Hospital ......1..2:! 0 1.000O at the famed Indianapolis Speed.
Francis of St. Augustine, on the of NAS Key West won Hospital grabbed 28-25 & R .. ..... .......1 1 .tiff The
period a way. major placed within the
with two I'eisonnel r........... 1 1 .51x>
19th hole. the tourney last year a half-time advantage over Opera VP-16 .... ............ 1 :2 .33.1 first 10 finishing positions on''nina
point win over VC-62, and later FAKTU .............ll 2 .ail
Cooley put the throttle on his tions-and held on for a 58-49 vic- Operation\ ....u.I 2 .33.1 occasions. He retired from racingin

opponent by hitting what pro placed second in AirLant play.Statistics tory. Al St. John's 16 points was NARTU ......,. 0 2 ..00)Communications 19.n.Tl"'d .
W ...... 0 3 .000
Jack Ryan said was the finuest high for the Corpsmen, while Don Williams, Marine combat
'
...- stroke of the tournament, a three. Reveal McLeaf helped Operations' cause AMERICAS MCK.l'KTram : veteran who only resumed wearing

wood second which stopped five with 20 markers.In vr'-62: .. ..........Won. 3 It 0 1.(0)o'asron Pel. a baseball uniform in August
feet from the pin on the extra Senior circuit battles ) 109 ............ 3 0 1000
other
Bill Madden Atop Fasron Six ............ 2 0 1000 of last year, was the only member
hole. VP-18 overcame two foes, defeat VC-62 ................2 (0 1.000 of the Boston Red Sox to belt e
V A-4:5: ................ 1 :2 .:\.1.1
Another Air Station representative ing 0 & R's strong cagers, 75-64, VP-5 ................. 1 2 xn: a homer at Washington's spacious
W. R. Lemmon the LadderWith '* 6050. VF-22 ...............; 1 2 .113
won Scoring and subduing Operations
VF-44 ...,,........... 0 :2 .000 Griffith stadium throughout the
first flight consolation bracket by Hal Kuhn with 21 points and Herb Com Fair Jax .......... 0 :2 .OK '53 season. *
VW-4 ................0 3 .000
upending R. C. Blackmer of St. a 25-point per game average Henderson with 14 led the Patrol

Augustine, 2 and 1. in three contests, Bill Mad men against 0 & R, with Kuhn

IN A MIXED Two-Ball Tour- den, perennial Fajsron 109 stand com 1 fag back to record 25 markers '
41IIlww .
ney held at the station course out, paces individual scorers In against Operations.; s

Sunday, Harry and Joan Harty the Malnslde Intramural basket- In the week's thriller, Personnel p, 1 ,, t '

took first flight low gross honors ball leagues at the end of two I and NARTU staged a free-swing-

with steady 41, while low I weeks of competition. : Ing ,duel with the Penpushers

net in this class was shared by Nearest American League, challenger breaking out on top, 6261. Sammy -

Jim and Ann Rentz and Damon is VA-45's Ralph 'Nielsen, Brown and Jocko Penny led

and June Bernard with 38's. owner of a 20-points per average. the eventual winners with 18 and

Reigning victorious in second Leading National loop scorers 15 points, respectively.

flight play was the duo of "Andy"and Hal Kuhn of VP-18 and Landreth huts Gets 28

Pat Anderson, collaboratorsof Bute, Communications, tied witha Supply chalked up win number M

a 47, with low' net honors 24.7 average. two for the week with'a hard- ",5 4AN
shared Brum Tefft and Jack '
by
AMERICAN: J.EACIlt1Samfl earned 54-48 decision over VP-16.
Hubbard and Margaret and Dick .--O* TI" A'r. Curt Jernigan of the Storekeepersand
Madden Fasron 109 .. 3 73: 25
Donahue with 34's.In Nielsen V A-4S .. ..... 3 60. 20 VP-16's Don Sample tied for .1 e t
the weakly Blind Bogey Wagoner, Fasron Six.2 31t 19.5
Stringer. VF-22 ...... 3 54 18 scoring honors with 20 points.
Tourney, Charlie Summit, with Jones VW-4 .......... 3 54 18
Dasher. VF-22 ........ 3 57. 17.3 Mike Powers led"FAETU to a
81-7, hit the magic number, 74, Dlllman, VF-22 .. ...3. 50 16.7 59-57 of Communications ..
on the nose for first place. Low Bennett, Fasron 109 ... 4 46 1S.3: squeeze-out \
.... Morlen. VP-5 .to..... 3 45 15 with a 26-polnt barrage. The .
gross was won by J. M. Hyslop. I.'verett, VF-62 ......3 30 15
Adams VF-44 ........2 30( 15 issue was hanging throughout the
"entire 40 minutes of play as both

Weekend Tide Table Name NATIONAL LEAGUE O. TP Afr. clubs raced up and down the court.

HIGH LOW Kuhn, VP-18 .... .. ... 3 74 2-1.7 Bute stood out for the losers with
IJute, Communications 3 74 24,7
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Powers FAKTU ...,.. 2 45 223: 28 points, second time in one week
... ....
McLeaf, Operations ... 2 43 21.5 -- -- -
Fri. 3.16 3.31 9.39 Jones Supply ........2 36 18 that the agile Communications'center SEEK
Brown Personnel .....2: 35 17.5 haa caged that number of PLACES After positions on the Jax Navy varsity
Sat. 4.14 4.31 10.33 10.34 Billy O & R .....n... 2 34 17 tennis squad are Jack Candland (left) and N. It. "Bill" Willis, both
Mason, Supply .. ...... :2 32 16 markers.In veterans of last year's squad. The racquetmen are working out at
+ 5.10 5.27 11.25 11.26 '
Sun. CommunlMllowi :2 29 14 !JIteichenbach 'I
hot
NARTU .2 :27 13.5 the American League, Fas- Boone._ Park courts. All positions are open on the squad.
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Fliers Romp Over Shaw Tracksters




Cogers For 11th Victory Time Ready TrialsInitial For



Holding a respectable 11-4 record at the half-way post ofeason's
competition and with time trials for the Jax:
a crack at the Sixth Naval t c
District Championship coming up, the Jax Navy Fliers host 0Y. Navy track and field squad will

the unpredictable Green Cove Navy Bullets in a 2015 fray at be held at Lackawanna Park

Mainside gym tonight Friday, Feb' 12, according to

Tomorrow, the Fliers travel coach Paul Zanfardino.
the opening stanza With Tate's
pouthwaid. to the town of Cocoa:
"Weather conditions should be
I three points and foul shots by
for a tussle with Patrick AFB and I Zoda and Buddy Layne the lone right and the men should be in

Monday travel northward to meet shape by that date he said.
I Navy scoring, Moody held a 12-5 ,
the collegiate hoopsteis of Brew-
lead after The tracksters
this frame. arc tinning out
ton-Parker College. .
The tide turned completely In daily on the field behind Build.

Last Monday, the Shaw Air the second period with a sllffened Ing 440 at NATTCenter, but soon

Force Base Flyers gave away Filer defence and razor 1REBOUND wilt" switch to tw weekly
miles In height and depth and consequently
sharp offense holding the JeN workouts at Lackawanna.
fell before Jax Navy by
to a lone three points In this Y Following arc the records of
convincing 98.70 margin.An .
H quarter. The l\I'arrrf'3.tnC'n previous Jax Navy track and

abbretlated crew' of seven nuketl up 27'point to hold a field champions that this year'n!
agars made \\i\f\ \ road trip fur 8.J-15: lead at the
halfway mark. squad will be shooting at:
!Shaw, but If there were hb others Main
trouble for Jax Navy 1(0)01'1.1( nimh-SooU:; DM.4.
like tiny Shaw guard Cecil throughout the contest was the VOnu:! Hash. Stott 21-2: .
4 10 yard Ilun-Soolt. 500
there would've been
Lucas l lac'k' of, depth. 110 scbring game displayed by Moody's I I MELEE- Opposing renters, Vince Zoda (left) of Mils-SHOyaid Held\ ?4JWK.III: 2055.!

Danny Koterba. The lanky Jar Navy and Jack DanltJ; (21) of Jax Jr. College, give it the old Two Mlle--Ray, :572: ,
The springy, cat-like Lucas, producer center dunked in 24 points to pace I college try"as they leap for possession Action is from the Dolphins- Mile i "Scott Relay, --I(ROM. Mew HI t, 1v'hite.-.
of :31 points in an earlier Jax all scorers Fliers fracas at Mainside, with the Fliers winning, 79-64. The ) High 5:2'J,7.120.y15ard :: )tuidlf -Bi itUnhum,
Fliers oppose Green Cove Navy tonight at 2015 at Mainside court.
Navy-Shaw fray, pumped in 27markers Last Thursday, the locals again 2-JO-jard Low Iluidle*-\\hllf, 270.
to lead scorers for both Shot I'ut- Hruutlgam 45 ret,
defeated Jacksonville Junior College : 1)Iscus-Iltautlgam.l I 117 feet
sides. 79-64, to prevent the losers \ I'" h ws Pole Vault --Krhl.I 11: feet, six Inrhei.
.
JII'lIn.Pt'lI'I'aOn 200 for, six' Imhi
The home forces held a 43-27 from avenging an earlier defeat jt 1f Dioid: Jump-.&hi order, 21 feet, 1
Inch.
lead at the half-way mark onlyto With Grabaz hindered with a oj High Jump-Boy it, Cutlec 6 feet

register a 32-point third period severe cold the Flier scoring game Sy !

for an overwhelming 75-51 margin was In charge of Zoda and Tate, '
STRIKES
at the three-quarter buzzer who garnered 19 and 15: points, re : .

In the late stages of the game, spectively. Grabaz finished with : : SPARES

a once-stout Flier defense collApsed 16 markers half coming on free '" .:.: .

and the undermanned visitors throw SPLITS

were able to score somewhat MIHIK: M. .MHsTankmen ; j I' +-

freely, too late however, to do Player Jaxr Yc'y f'T(11111 ETA Pt' TI' I Undefeated Personnelmen Several n comets graced the r

much damage. Tale t ......,. 3 6 ti 0 I2Cassell coveted 200 Club last Week, along
f ....... ::1 3 3 :2 7 with two charter members. .
for Jax.
wait
High man Nary
La3'ne' f 1 5 5 1 7Rolwrts
Bob Grabax with 12 bucket for f : ::::: R I 1 3' 17Baichunas The oldtlmers" repeating were
L .... 0 0 0 :I 0
24 points, followed by VlnceZoda Srol, It ..... ... 1 1 :2 1 3 Set Furious Ten-Pin PaceNominations Jim Bolin of VP-18 with 221, and
roOd, e . .....7 3 S I ;1 17 "-
wtd Jim Roberts with 17 Ken Colman VF-62
<< Hlldreth. a 2 0 4 of No 1 witha
npie('e. This WAS a new scoring (;rsbaz. g .::::.12 8 g 1 24 201.
Rogers, g 2 1 1 2 5 are in orlefor the comeback of the cen-
mark for the stellar Roberts, a McPsrllln. R ::: 0 0 0 0 0Vlanlus award to Personnel's sturdy band of pin-wreckers, New tuMtlona are: Pete Gio-
X ...... 0 0 0 1 0 "tury
graduate of Ut eason'i Jaycee \\'lIrd, g ........ 1 0 0 _:._ .2 I leaders in National League bowling competition with an undefeated vanninl of Fasron Six, 208; Don

squad.The Totals ..... ..39 :.10 2.1 17 118"It. mark as the second week of the Mainside intramural Sherwood, Supply, 207} Jack ,Wilson

Moody Jets fell before a I bowling program came to a close. VC-62, 206; Bill Jolnes, VP-
.. .
furious Flier attack last Friday at E(1 AlrK)'T Ut.J'II.r ETA J'Y Tf' I Able to muster only nine gameson LBA01'IcTram 16, 205; Carl Edolo, VP-18, 204;

the Moody gym 7348. TurningIn ri.t 2 4 4 : R the debit side during last fall's AMERI'AN w I. Pit.VP Jack Ryznar, ComFair Jar, 203
;::::::
f 4 4 5 12Joliey
..... 0 IAMOr'nsron
their usually fine performanceswere e........ 1 1 2 1 3 bowling season, Personnel, aided 18 109 ,"::::::.:::.::::.':: : 2 ,750: and Ron Gerchak of VF-62 No. 2
the basketball twins, Zoda White. g ....... 3 0 0 4 6 William already Fasten Six .. .. .._. ........._ 6.a: ,730FAWli ; with a 201 ,
Everett, g ...... :1 2 3 1 12 by Comdr Staggs, ..............'."........._......._ 3 I .7Y:
and Grabar who wooed the ene- Lucas. It ..... 9 11 14 1 29Llpseomb : owns twelve points won hospital S ,750VF82 Edolo .perennial standout with
g..,. 0 0 0 1 0 :Oi :. ........ ._.,.: 8 A .5s: )
my crowd with a hotshot shootIng with five weeks still remaining. ... .. .. .... ..... ,375 the Patrolmen was a charter member
and rebound display Tolsla ." 24222Ri-. ...? ::.': :::..: :::.... ... r.J JNATIONAl. .375 of last fall's 200 Club and
--S. Fasrons Split t- r... ..: .: ;.. .. ....:.;..... .125
Grabaz and Dick Tate tied for I In last week's American Leagueaction ... .... ...... .083 missed repeating,as a "first-week"

scoring honors with 17 points, ListAttractive the pin-toppling Patrol- Teen LEAGI'E w J. Prl.PI'lonntl entrant. by one week.

while Zoda tallied 16 markers. Ad men of VP-18 trounced VC-62 ... .... .. ......... 12 0 1.000 TOP TEN A" KKAOhHN ; ;
......
ComFalr JaJ 11 1 ,917
dinga bit of spice to a well- (.O, as Jim Bolin stole the show 'Supply .. ,. .. .. '' ......_ 10 2 ,&t3U : m Tum C mBoltn .. A.r.r .
balanced attack were Junior Cas- tatlona .. ......................_... 9 3 ,71\0 Vila ....,.". .. 5Kln !
with a 433 series for the winners. hospital 2 ...... .. R 4 .601VF62 r, .VY-174 ,,,,,, ..I.I 0 178Edolo
sell Red Rogers and Don Scott. VF-62 No. 1 defeated VP-16 bya :2 : :::.:::::: 7 5 :.553 VP-18 .:.:::1:: 1Carpenter. 171
Home Meets _._.__ 2 10 ..161Prey. KAETU
Special l Servlees .,.,.... 5SIBKKI 171
Jax Navy looked meek as a 4.0 score, while the two Fasrons Mt'dlrlnt" _____ 1 11 .(53FAETU Personnel .... ., 4Klllolt. IbO
duck In thunderatom in _.. ._....._.__ 0 12 .000 VP-18 1,1 3 160
dying a After competing: against the split a heated'match.. High.man I I V.l __...__.__..___ 0 1.1: ..1X5)r Mon-llo, VF-174' ::::::::::: J 169
I of the Southeast's swimming was 109's Gunner Feaster with a I.angfoid. Hospital No.1.. :l 1M
cream Parsons. Fanron Six ,,,,.. 5 "7
Aidant Bowling teams in foreign pools, the 526 series. I Ceichalc, VF62 No. .2.

Jax Navy natatois return home In the National loop, ComFairJax I

Set For this week for their first major led by Dick' Ryznar and John
I Boxers
Tourney engagement in the NATTCenter Brkich, with 524 and 501, respectively PrepareFor

Feb. 1 1-At NorfolkFive pool. rolled over Operations '
The swimmers will 14 n e tip 3.1 GG Tourney

bowlers with a combined against Florida State Univei'slty's Supply served Specfal Services I

average of 177 have been selected tank artists Saturday at"1500 with a 3.1 setback as Don SherI I r With Hard Drills

to represent Commander Fleet I with high hopes of posting a vie- wood racked'up a 517 series for I "'

Air, Jacksonville, In the AlrLant tory. the Storekeepers. I Weekend boxing workouts aio

bowling championships In Norfolk I Tuesday, tho Blue and' Gold FAETU Drops Pair on tap for the Jax Navy-Mai

next month. tank team meets Clemson Collegeat Personnel overpowered FAE varsity in getting tuned up for

Scheduled to last from February the NATTCenter pool. TU, 4-0 with a 410 by Rickettthe the 11th Annual Golden Gloves

1 to 5, the AirLant bowling high mark Prey Medicine 4 Tournament, Feb. 8.10, in Jacksonville -

event will be conducted on an Individual could do nothing right in absorbing ,
basis. SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR a 3.1 shellacking at the.hands
and team scoring Coach Steve Mayer, planning at .
The seven high scorers in the Air- of VF-62 No. 2. I least a 37-man squad for the top- '

Lant play will go on to the Atlan- in weekly feature Supply issued Hospital No. 2 notch event, called for workoutsat
Another a
tic Fleet competition. a 3.1 defeat despite a 509 series 0900 Saturdays and
to life performances Sundaysat
Chosen from among the bowlers that brings the Naval Air Station by the "Doc's" Len Cypher. FAE 1300. j

of Fleet Air Jacksonville units on TU dropped its second; straight I
from Issues Meanwhile, the rlngmen limbering
sports scene dusty are
from Glynco, Ga., to Key West of the Jax Air News. 4-0 decision, this time to VF62No. ii1. up with early morning I
the five men come from four different 2, as the Gladiator's Bob
Ten Years Ago. Today Jaunts. Coach Mayer plans to have .
539
Dean turned in a performance -
units.
became the his scuppers do .
Betty Jo Vinson plenty of loosening
followed Gerrard's 517.
by
Highest qualifying score was first Wave fn Jax Navy his- up to just prior to the tovu*
of the Personnel maintained its terrific r r'
turned in by John Brkch tory to gain sports recognitionby ney opening
ComFairJax AdministrativeUnit by tromping Prev Medicine
Flag pace
battling her way to the "We want all the .
men at their
40. William Staggs turnedup MARINE PUNCHER Lou
Attack m 45 two finals of the Women's Florida with a 515 high for the Pen- Car, Marine light heavy best fighting weights," the ring
Squadron placed State Tennis Championships weight, will be one of the Jaz mentor said, "and to gain thl"
men on the ComFaliJax team The Years Ago Today pushers. Navy-Marlne rln men enteredIn they have to chop off all that
when Arthur Yarmak and James The Jax Navy Fliers defeat Special Services played dead as the Golden Gloves Championships en. t
cess
ComFairJax clobbered the NAS at the Jax Arena Feb. poundage
Webster both qualified. June Phillips ed Stetson University, 49-46,
of Fatuon 9 and Carl Edoloof for their tenth straight basketball lads, 4-0. The Staffers were led 810. Boxers are working out Personnel art Invited to take
John Brkich author of daily at NATTCenter gym. part in the
steady boxing
by workouts held
other two
VP-18 tuned the victory of the season! Fans are invited to attend
fpots. a 544'series. workouts which begin at 1630. : dally M the NATTCtnttr 1)'''

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premium notices at one time.
} urn. rim, kltch. privileges. 4014 fire prevention regulations and

Edison Ext. 328,-Williams Nearly Four Centuries Of ServiceThe safety measures by all depart- These notices will state the dayof

3 bdrm. unfurn. house. 326 McIntosh ments and commands that made the month preminm is due but

R. M Card. the high standing NAS Jacksonville will not state the month.
,
term WO doesn't need
any centuries of practical Navy The
packet containing notices
house. has received possible Capt.
3 bdrm unfurn. $70.00. ,
explanation at Naval Air Technical knowhow.In will have a section where the remitter -
2-4167, C E. Stephens.Fum. McCaffree announced.
.
Training' Center. Howeverthe S may record the date on
frnt. rm. 2201 Summerset LT. COL. Paul Treitel, Security -
history of this rank will bear addition to .CIIBOSN C. which each premium is mailed.
Rd. Ph. 7-1018, J, D. Bass. officer, who is military offi-
repeating. Ciborowski, who has 23 years, There will be no change in the
2 bdrm. furn house $125. Ph cerinchargeof the Fire divis-
The warrant officer:' ranlc is there are CHELE J. K. Eason, fact that it is still the responsibility
2-1709, F C. Hillyer. ion, and Donald Moran, station -
17 CHRELEs: M. T. Crow- of the Insured to timely
2 bdrm. unfurn. house. 1012 Detroit older than the U. S. Navy, as it years; fire chief, declared that plansare
t der 25 years; C. B,, itarrison, 18 submit premiums In order to pre
St Ph. 8-1220 Mrs. Truskowski. >
dates back before the Revolu- I already underway for an
years; J, C. Holman, 16 years and vent lapse of the insurance.
> tionary days when warrants played J. P. Carlson, )3 years, of AE even more extensive program of Veterans whose insurance policy
1 bdr. apt unfuin. $65 4530 Mar- fire prevention this coming
year.
an important part in. the School. anniversary months are February,
quette Ph. 8.4956, Mausert.
Gill or woman to share home. Navy's scheme of things. Their At ANP( ) School, there are, : NAVAL ACTIVITIES who received March, April, May, etc., will con

importance to the Navy still exists CHCARP -.,S. H. Cunncen, 23 place standings were: Na tinue to receive one premium no-
ext
Ph. 87-1326 34.
2 bdr. unfurn.or houne. 619 Center even though some of the years, and CHMACH E. Ii. Gib- val Station, Seattle, WR?h., first tice monthly until their policy anniversary

original WO titles have changed. son, 17 years. AO School War- place; NAS San Diego, Cal'f.' month, In that month
St. Ph. 2-5867, H. L. Salter
2 bdr. furn. apt. $50. 1218 Chal- Today' warrant officer as in rants include, CHGUN E. T. second place; NAS Jacksonville, they will receive a packet of 12
16 D Morris Fla., third place; Powder Fac notices, one for each of the next
len, Ph. 2-0291, Mrs. Hanks. the past-is a "practical application" Fleming, ; J. 22; H. :
F. F. L. Smith tory, Indian Head, Md. fourth 12 months
supervisor. Wyman, 2H 17;
6 rm. apt 2636 Myra St, Ph' 7-
S SHe and CIIRELE W. L. Clarke, 12. place; Naval Supply Center, Oak- And as a reminder, insurance
8516 W. H. Coward.
I
Furn.apt. 3622 Riverside Ave. Ph. has the down-to-deck work- I Naval Air Weapons School has. land, Calif., fifth place; Naval premium checks or money orderscan
CHRELE R. W. Skaggs 18 Supply Depot, Bayonne, N. J., be made payable direct to
2-3720, Mrs Lafferley. ing knowledge of the thousandand ;
RELE J, S. sixth place; NAS Alameda, Calif., Veterans Administration Insteadof
13 C.
A.
Walling,
2 rm. turn apt. $40. 2615 GreenSt. one small details of his ;
Ph. 7-4518, Mrs. McJunkin. speciality, details he has gleaned Guerry, 14; and R. S. Masters, seventh place; Area United States to the U, S. Treasury Don't
Naval Anacostia
Washington send cash M
Hertz- from of working at 11. Personnel, Supply and AK
88-9223
1 rm. furn. Mis. many years
D. C., eighth place; Naval Most of the insurance
School boasts of be
3338 Randal. the job. The average warrant in SCLK E. T, may
mann
Currie, 12 CHPCLK T. J. Tobin Ammunition Depot, Bingham, reduced in several ways by paying .
Fum. apt. Ph. 7-5461, Mrs. Wlin- the Fleet today has accrued 10 ; ,
17 G. T May 19 T. Comb Jr. Mass., ninth place; and Naval premiums annually, semiannually -
ter, 2148 Rosselle. years as an enlisted man before ; ; ,
Center China
1 bdr. 2601 Park, Mrs. Houston. moving into the officer ranks. 15; and E. L. Helton, 17 years. Ordnance Test or quarterly.Congratulations. .
Lake Calif. tenth .
Inyokern, ,
3 rm. turn. $30. G Schellz, Ph. Chief Warrant Boatswain C. The capacity in which most of place.

2-5410. Ciborowski, the cog that makes NATTCenter Warrant Officers 4 '

3 rm. turn apt. $65. Ph. 2-2897, the wheels of NATTCenter'sFirst serve, puts them on a level very ,

7362 102rd St., Mrs. Berrien. Lieutenants Division turn, close to the instructor and student WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday

21MI'. apts., furn. 8524 Materlo. is one of 23 Chief Warrant and Few reference exists in Clearing skies with

J. B, Saddler, Ph. 11283244. Warrant Officers at the Center.He Navy Training that offers equal lowering temperatures.

MISCELLANEOUSRiders ; works directly under Lt. A. practical experiences availablein Saturday-Partly cloudy and

wanted from Southside to J. Shannon. the various phases of each cooler.
school'as that from the Warrant Sunday-Increasing cloudinessand
-5. NAS, Roberts, ext. 365. Some of the group of Warrant
Riders wanted to New York. Officers represent nearly .lour Officers of. NATTCenter. slowly rising temperatures. to Lt. (jg)

Leaving Feb. 20-21 Lt. May- Billy B. Holland, Transportation

lander, ext. 8180 'f' superintendent, and the Mrs.
Riders wanted to Clearwater and New Stripes For Little Steven Jackson Holland

Tampa. Leaving Friday; return Center MarinesPromotion arrived in Jan. 19, weighing in at

Sun. Contact Henderson, 216 or 7 lb. 14 oz. at the Naval Hospital.

8161. warrants were Is- Rebecca Fritts also of Transportation .

.4 riders wanted from Normandy sued to several Marines of the is on sick leave this

and Hammon.. Blvds. to NAS. Marine Aviation Detachment at week. We have a newcomer to

Mr. Caeln, ext, 706. NATTCenter' recently by Lt. Col. Public Works, Vernon Saunders,

Ride wanted from 4014 Edison( to James Lindsay, commanding- i assigned to the Mail, File Section

NAS, Williams, ext. 328. fleer .... as a messenger. Kitty Lewis,

,2 riders wanted. Vicinity Park: Those who gained new stripes .w IIM.a NAB-6 Public Works, is back at

and Rosselle, See Varnadoe. were; Pfc. gerafino S. Arena, Pfc. work after having suffered afoot

Shop 6322-1 Edward K. Cronin, Cpl. Larry J. .f' injury. ?.,

Hide\ wanted to Norfolk..Va., Feb. Urquhart, :Pfc, Donald R. Ander. . Elected to serve-on the Public

27. Fay Werner, 41 W. Bay St. son; Pfc.: Billie I*. Arnett, Pfc. .. f ,. Works Recreation Committee, for

Edward & Janeczko, Pfc. ''Rich- irM..48.'W ; the year 1954 are: Tena Jenkins

KILL UMT ACTION/ ard J. Bateman- Pfc. Julius H. '''. W wf .. ...' and ,Thomas Silas, Administration
.
UNTIL RESERVE Robinson, Cpl. J, D, Underwood, .'." i ; John Eckels and Gene Turn-

Cpl.. Richard Garza, Cpl. John C*. .-'it. ,:1 .: .,...ft1: .. elson, Design; Ruth Raisch and
.
PROGRAM SETTLEDThe Helms and Ptc. Jack L. Shortt ,. ." ,:. J. Fletcher, Transportation; Herman

Administration has decided The ,newly promoted men were .. It Lutzen and Clifford Wemp,

not to make any recommendations among the group who took the Maintenance; R. McDaniel and
'
on putting Universal Military test in June, 1953. Sammy Whittington, Utilities;

Training Into effect until IR CHIEF VISITS-Rear Adm. George A. Holderness Jr (center and Hugh Dent and Virginia

there has been a top-level decisionon dered all Federal agencies concerned ), Chief, Industrial Relations, dropped by at the Naval Air Crawford, Contract. The first
f the size, composition and to cooperate in developing;: Station last Tuesday for a short visit. Here he confers with Capt.I I meeting will be held soon, at
Burnham C. McCaffree officer of NAS and I
(right, commanding
training of the Reserve forces. a new military Reserve program which time officers will be
Leonard B. Eubanks (left), Industrial Relation officer of NAS
President Eisenhower hat, or- by April 1. (AFPS) lax. elected.
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