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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 27, 1955
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-12 No. 42 UNITED: STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 27" January 1955-

Home of Commander Naval Air-_ n Bases, Sixth Naval'District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air...Wing.. 11; Naval Air Technical Training Center .. /

5th Annual ;"t f ;:;:'/ ': T7.i"f" ?;?:;: 'i


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PestControlConfab ] '" Y? '

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SetThe
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< Ali 'wrw l fifth annual Pest and Vec-

tor Prevention and Control Training r

Conference held at the Naval
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Air Station will convene MondayJan.

31 and continue until noon 1

Friday.For .

the first time here the 1 1t 1t

conference is being sponsored

jointly by Preventive Medicine t

42' ; Unit No.1 and the Sixth Naval t

'y u District Public Works Office.
Lcdr. Francis D. DuChanois, is of- J

ficer-in-chargc of the local unit LAST LOOK-Comdr. Paul Bruneau, commanding officer of
Comdr. Knight To Speak Patrol Squadron 16, pulls a final check on port engine before
._ leading P2V Neptune bombers to Puerto Rico for "Operation
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HEED CALL No sooner I Participating-in the conferencewill Springboard.. VP-16's "Eagles" are replacing the "Huskies" ol
than the call for type "0" b e Comdr. Kenneth L. VP-3, who have been In the Caribbean three weeks. Both squad-
blood was sent to the Naval Air Knight, former head of Unit No. rons are attached to Fleet, Air Wing Eleven.
Blood Call -
Station by the Jacksonville 1' who( left Jax less than a year ;
Blood Hank, almost double the to become officer-in-charge, -
number of volunteers needed ago Reveal For
Gets FineResponse responded. Nurse Martha Heth- Insect and Rodent Control Sec- Requirements .
erington of the Blood Bank tion, Preventive Medicine Division
takes the blood pressure of Harold Bureau of Medicine and

ter, Reece as he, prepares AEC, of to NATTCen-give his Surgery. He will deliver a paper Eligibility For Gl LoanPersons
pint of blood. Enlisted men and on" the Principles of Mosquito
A second call to theNavalAir officers await their turn in the Control and recent developments
Station from the Jacksonville background. in Florida at ftOO Tuesday, and now in the, Armed Forces and those entering service
Blood Dank for 75 pintsof Precautions in the use of Pesticides on or before January 31, 1955, may be eligible for GI loans for :
home? farms and businesses when they leave service If they meet '
type "0" 1>lood( drew an On-Site Survey at 0800 Thursday. 'j
all other eligibility requirements, Veterans Administration has an-
overflow number of volunteers Other Notables ..
.
-Hoard ArrivesAn nounced. ;'
last Wednesday.' Among other notable speakers
"
call for blood The other requirements arc:
The -
was received '
On-Site Survey Board of coming here for the conferenceare tion as the end of the eligibility
Tuesday and the next (1)) At least 90 days total service, '
the Office, of the Naval Inspector Dr..Clarence S. Harris, Direc period for _certain benefits for 'c
day 139 military personnel from unless discharged sooner for disability
tor, Pest Control Division, Sixth veterans of the Korean Conflict, ./j
all commands and activities General, Navy Department, ar- incurred in line of duty. .' ,
Naval District Public Works Of- will not bc'eligible for GI loans
aboard the Station lined up at rived yesterday to conduct a Not all the 90 days need be before .
fice, Charleston, S. C.; Capt. O. when they leave service, VA em- .
the Infirmary to answer., the vey of the Naval Air sur-I L. Burton, commanding officer, January 31, 1955. Any part, of it phasizcd. '....-
could come( afterwards. ((2)) A dis
call.Of The 23-man board headed by Naval Hospital, Beaufort, S. C.; .
the 139 volunteering, only charge or separation from active I The Presidential proclamation
121 were accepted, but that was Rear Adm. T.. C. Ragan, will in- G.and Hutton Wood, Preservation, Head, Pest Section Control, service under conditions other in effect also sets{ January 31,

for more than the original 75 spect activities at NAS Jax and than dishonorable( 1965, as the end of the GI guaranteed -
Bureau of Yards and Docks; Dr.
pints requested. will appraise the operations 'and H. F. Schoof and Hamilton Lau- UNREMARRIED\ WIDOWS of or insured loan programfor

management efficiency. This ap- dani, respectively of the U. S. men now in the service on or eligible Korean Conflict vet-

praisal will include a review of Public Health Service and the' before Jan. 31, 1955, or as a re- erans.
ManagementGroup Agriculture Research Service I sult of a service connected dis- THE GI LOAN program is de-
missions and tasks, facilities, organizational -
Savannah, Ga.; J. A. Mulrennan, ability incurred on or before( Jan. sIgnated to encourage private
From ( structure, operational Director, Bureau of Entomology( 31, 1955, may also qualify for GI lending institutions to make loans
and administrative procedures, Florida State Board of Health; loans. with minimum or no down pay.

BuAer HereA and utilization of manpower. and R. J. Kowal, of the South Those entering service: after I ments and at reasonable interest
Scheduled also to inspect NAS eastern Forest Experiment Sta- January 31, 1955, the date estab- rates because of the,guarantee or

ten-man Bureau of Aeronautics Cecil Field, Naval Hospital Jax, tion, Asheville, N. C. lished by Presidential proclama (Plesae Turn (o Page 9, Col., 2)) ,
management team is spending: Naval Station i Green Cove

the part week of its at annual NAS Jacksonville tour( of aero-as Glynco sonville Springs,,'Feb.the NAAS board 3.Sanford departs,- and Jack NAS I I Effect Of Re idiation On LifeUnfolded \ I

nautical field activities.The .
group, which arrived Monday NA' b'ur mu. u. N --"''''...----"- --....-, Adverse I effects of radjarion; (such as produced by nuclear ex.

conducts these annual visitsto from nuclear rays on genes and plosions) causes mutation on germ ,
further understanding betweenthe r 1 chromosomes( in animal and plant cells. The effects are permanent; .
Bureau and the field. Effortsare life and the resulting effects on : they are passed to the descendents -

directed toward such mattersas rL : human progeny were explainedby I of those.exposed to radia
interpretation and clarificationof Ensign Armon Yanders, a student -' tion.
policy, consulting with key station in Aviation Ground Officers "Some mutations are recessive,

' personnel( on, specific pro- :y -M.y i.6ga School, to a group of doctors( den- but these will appear in offspring ,
blems of management, and mutual tists, medical corpsmen and technicians when parents, each of whom car. ,

aid. in a special lecture at ries the recessive trait, conceive. .
NATTCenter, These mutations may be physical .
Representing the Comptroller ...
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Maintenance, S h 0 reEstablishment During the 1953 nuclear ex- deformities.(extra fingers or toes)

Supply and Personnel di- aR.w.9 a a''i plosion tests by the Navy at or mental abberations."IIOWEVER .
visions of BuAer,the managementteam Frenchman Flats, Nevada, U. S. THE CIVILIZED
is comprised of Capt. C. C. scientists experimented with radi- world can look to its doctors and

Lucas, officerIncharge'of the ation effects on varied plant and researchers for possible solutions:
team; Capt. A. R. Weldon, one. t animal forms. to this problem so it is not hope
time Jax assistant O" & R officer; "IN NO INSTANCE: ," Ensign less; deleterious effects on reproductive

Comdr. A. P. Gardiner; Comdr, Yanders said, "was there a case cells in both plant and
F, H, Browning; C. Emrich; .RAY EFFECTS EXPLAINED-Ensign Armon Yanders a student of better offspring, 'A study of animal life may' be controlled. .
at Aviation Ground Officers School at the Naval Air Tech '
D. B. Medlin; D. K. Holster and nical Training Center, and who served as a research scientist with rapidly regenerating types of insects "Radiation, from roentgen rays,
C M. Merriman. the Atomic Energy Commission, demonstrates a sclntilometer. A definitely 'showed deleterious or rays usually less effective than
Visiting at ,NAS Cecil. 'Field Bcintifometer is:.used for measuring: roentgen rajs. At left is effects, however, in the genes nuclear rays, even today in the
Comdr. Jack McCurdy, Medical officer of the TrainIng Center. and chromosomes( of reproductive} United States has Increased tha -
today the group departs Friday At right are CIIBOSN Jack Spurllnr, Security, and Maurice Smith,
for NAAS Sanford HNS, a. Gray technician, cells, Any high-energy. radiation (Please :Turn to Fag 9, Cl. s)



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-4 5 Louisiana Passes 1l1 19 6 6V

X Korea Bonus BillA l QUESTIONS HERE ARE 5ERVICEMEN ANSWERS 1'AND THE I

wAPMIMISTRWlAnevii'My
: bill providing for paymentof iI FAMILIES ASK
lv Published every Thursday for Nary and Marine urttvltb at Naval Air of Louisiana ;..
citizens
Station. Jacksonville. Fla. a bonus to
ik WAS J who
r.pt. John S. Thaeh ,-.mnmn--- -- ., ?,?..., .. .CmmBndlnJr, ( Officer who served In the Q-Can a veteran I understand that the (
I L'omdr John N. Mycra rr-r._, .._ ,.?,? ... _t?,.?.., ....,..._lxt't'uthe: OWen the Korean' conflict state obtain a GI loan for the waiver mil
Forces during one continue for 120 days vr-
Fleet Air .dll'ulII. alter
another
JU r Adm. John Perry .-. .__..._.........Comma nder between June 27 1950 and purchase of property in separation from my least
1 Capt. Richard O. Greene _.___._..._... -,.... ?..........Chief of Staff state? service. May I
r'' Fleet Air Mint Kloea July 26, 1953, has been passed However cut short that 120-day period* Per}
Capt. Edwin J. S. Young __ .,, _,., .. ...J_..,........ T'ommarderv. A-Yes, It l is powJble. I would like to thin;
r 'rank D. Hey or .__?......_._....?_.?-...?.........-....?..-....?...... ...............Clile" Staff OMlecr by the Louisiana legislature may find that lenders pick up my term
i Natal Air Teeholeal Training (> tr for you policy and then convert it A
rapt Henry C. TVLoner. ,,. -. .. -. ._...Commanding Officer The bill provides $250 generally confinetheir lendingoperations to *
1 Comdr. Kdward W. BUhop?, ?.=:......??,,::-.,,,:::..?w?,..-.?.-,,., ,.,.?....?.--.v.wum- Officer combat service in Korea; $100 to certain are**. permanent plan of insurance, tik.] drortean

) Capt. Edward S. Lowe _.. ....Naval.:' lUtptUINAKTU ...Cwnmnndlnir Officer for those who served outside have term National Service biff advantage of a lower r>rmi.
) Capt. L. J.. Newton ----, .. .1.__......_...... .....?,. .:* *uthe Officer' the U. S. but not in Korea and QI Life Insurance a policy Pre- um rate because of my birth date. Lea

Capt. Wilson R. FtoreicUComdr. ....._. Commanding Officer $50 for those who served at under waiver. A-Ye*. Tou may rfMmif spot
miums were placed
Laurence F. StcffenhajcenThe v ,,Executive Officer cent
least 90 days when I returned to active duty. your term policy at any Unit
JAX AIR NEWS la published. weelly' at the U. S. Naval Air Station, after your separation! ,,'It Mar
Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commorrUlly' with non-appropriated funds bout who
at no ripens to the government and In compliance with NAVKXCJS: P-35. Rev waiting for the 120-day (period|
Nor. IMS. Copies are distributed free of chare at the Kaval Air Station, the pla
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Rtscrve Training Unit, and the to expire. Of course, onr yon
U. S. Naval Hospital L
resume payment you may ton.vert .
A F.dltor-And H. Planey .
to a permanent repOx
Sports Editor--Gordon Robbie J03; Staff Reportera-.Jak Holmes. PHI plan.
Charles Earl. JOSN. Q-How would jny entitlementbe )'
\ The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Sen-Ice. DUI
.':. AFPS material appearing I In this publication W'Itn'.u' reprinted withoutthe need up, in case I decide to
written permission I of Armed Forces Press : of othermatter doc
take flight training under
except by wrvlce publications' Is prohibited without permission of the Ko.
Editor JAX AIR NKVVR.Editorial rean GI Bill? con
office located Main Administration! Building) Phone extensions reg
M46. 216 and 8164.Resolved. ... free't t A -Your entitlement "CIIlld
1kt1 wetwh']
t be lifted up at the rate of one .
'
: Salesmanship day for each $1.25 paid to jma der

your GI training allowance.
flip
et '
t; Like everybody else in the Armed Forces, you're dedicated to Q-May a veteran take Korean t tiotim1

: fighting the forces that threaten to destroy our liberty. Well, here GI training in a school outside!; thee

t t a 1955 resolution for you. U.S.? pre,

Be a salesman. A-Yen, provided he enrolls isn

i L SINCE YOU'RE AN American, you're the product of a nation oft In a VA-approved course in an }
.
t talesmen. Americans, given the opportunity, can sell just about accredited college or unUmitj. we

anything.Of Q-I am taking flight training ch:

course, the Reds are pretty sharp salesmen themselves. under the Korean GI Dill He-: La

4, But they're selling a bill of goods. We're selling the Bill of Rights. cause of bad weather, I did not(, OVI
i.. receive any instruction at all I la<>t
Wl1
IT'S NOT ENOUGH to ray communism is wrong. It's up to
"ouAmerica's salesman-to .!show people why democracy is better. month. Will I get my VA allowance ,
\ all the same?
.
Remember? : a salesman sells his own product as hard as he can frcNl
A-Np. Flight tralnws do not
t You don't get any customers just by knocking the competition.t' .
t' .. receive GI allowances for any sc1PI
( )
L month during nhlch they ivcelred .
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no instruction.Q in
r: ctI-. WEEKEND TIDE MOVIESThursday -.I was separated from FC' ,,'.

Low ice in May 3952. What is mv
High toM
t A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Jan. 27 ?, deadline for starting training "m-

Prl. .. .10:54 11:23: 4:32: 4:51: MainsideSouth Sea Woman: AIrF UP der the Korean GI Bill? '

,I Sat ..11:42: 5:23: 5:43: Virginia Mayo, Burt Lancaster I I A- .Your deadline cornfH in viNfr,

Sun. ..12:16: 12:35: 6:21: 6:40IRE: NATTC- The Detective: Alec 'AND AWAY WE GO!'-The Xavy recently demonstrated May 1055-exactly three jwtrs
'; Guiness, Joan Greenwood a method of transferring personnel from a lighler-than-air craftto from the date of jour "''llIlra- thto
Prison Ida a ship. In the top photo crewmen are prepared for lowering lion from active ser\lc.
t Hospital Women's : breeches buoy from the blimp XZSG-4 to the deck of the air. .
Lupino, Howard Duff craft carrier IISS Tarawa. Rottom photo shows the men landing'on dicl
: J DATA 1 Jan. 28Mainside the carrier's deck, Dental Technicians
Friday j
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FROM Hell Raiders of the Hosts At ConferenceThe

K' Beginning with the spring Deep: Eleonora Drago, Pierre Prosthetic dental tt i'':.>i i- ftft
Income Tax Laws Revised
rf.' months many readers of this paper Cressoy ; cians of the Naval Air Station

J will be .approaching their NATTC South Sea Woman: were hosts to members of the 11
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date of discharge from the Navy. Virginia Mayo, Burt Lancaster North Florida Dental Technicians 1
J"..
Have you set down a definite Hospital" The Detective: Alec New Deadline April 15 Society Jan. 18.Welcoming 11

i' goal to strive for in civilian life, Guiness, Joan Greenwood remarks were made 8''
or are still in doubt tot Meredith Station g
r you as Jan. 29 by Capt. Mack ,
what you expect to do for a livelihood Mainside Saturday Unannounced, (Tht 'it the first In a series of artickt vn filing Federal income i Dental Officer and a paper on 8

f when the day of separation for returns for the year 195},) "Partial Denture Construction"was
NATTC Hell Raiders of the
: arrives Eleonora- Pierre In August 1954, Congress enacted into law a new in- presented by Comdr. WalUf
Deep: Drago
,
USAFI has many types of courses ternal revenue code which revised existing income tax A. Weaver, head of the prcthctie
Cressoy i
in the high school and college DentaL
section of NAS
level or in the technical fields Hospital South Sea Woman: statutes in several ways. One change is an extra month J

for personnel who are seeking Virginia Mayo, Burt Lancaster I added to the deadline for filing income tax forms. Magistrate: "Come now, yc* lJ

c further education for self improvement The new date Apr. 15 -will really don't think he meant t 1e put }

and possible future soon be here and many service (1040-the so-called short! form your eye ouU"Plaintiff c

''i positions. men and their families are beginning I and long form, respectively. Form : "No, your honor) 1 1J

t Many colleges and universities Have Any Hidden to sit down to compute their I I'1040A is ordinarily used if income don't; but I do say he tried U J

1- will accept USAFI courses 1954: income tax: bills. put it further in."
Writing Talent? I I ia lees than $5,000 and if not more
: M credit toward a degree in Armed Forces Press Service .
their varied fields of advanced We Can Use YouHave will present during the next four than $100 of it came from a source

:' dotation. It would be well for weeks a series of articles review not subject: to Withholding tax, P/\/ 1 -41.

ft wrson to take up a USAFI you ever considered the ing the more important aspects such as dividends, interest; prizes, I 1\\\ 1\.'"

course in order to get an idea tact that when you have achance of filing an income: tax form and odd jobs and the like. No money '

>f what particular line of study to interview people everYday how servicemen can best benefit U sent to the Bureau of Internal \ ": "

lie intends to follow. I write all about the from provisions in the new code. Revenue a Ion r with the form

A brief study in a field which! Navy day in and day out, UNDER TIlE LAW, all pe/- 1040A. CATHOLIC

you may, be interested in could you'll learn more about the Ions who" earn $tOO or more or Form 1040 k used hy taxpay-; Sunday Mtss-0800, WOO, 1000-

be a deciding factor as to whether: Navy who, save hud Income tax withheld erg who are not authorized. to St. Edward'i Chpl.

; you definitely desire t9 follow That's a''fact! And this op. from their wage aJthough use 1049A .r choose not to doM. Saturday-0800.

through with the particular portunity of writing about the they were under.$COt must file By mint; 144, the tax bcomputed
0630.
course. Deciding now would be Navy is wide open here at NAS aa income tax retain. The 111I- hjr the individual Daily- HNpH

to your advantage rather than Jax. The Tax Air New if in eludes those. who are self-em through the use of a tax tableer Sunday-0830-Ma lit

waiting until you are enrolled as dire need of personnel to replace ployed miners, professional per.sees a tax rate eeW e. If any Chapel.MORMON

a full time student where 'lime" a fast depleting' staff. working 'wives, tmic+raei money U owed to the rover*,

and "money" are big factors in Needed are two general reporters and petitioners. Those who ears meat above the tax withheld, It IMO Monday NATTC -

completing a degree or training and a sports editor and under |600 and had tax 'withheld la sent> alone with the form. Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN .

program. sports writer.Of should file in order to have MOST SINGLE persons with SCIENCE

I. & E. is set up to offer many course experienced journalists the tax money returned to them. only one source of income use the l&OO-Tuesday-Mainside Chi H

t training courses and subjects in are preferred, but inexperienced About the only exceptions are short form whereas moat heads of

the field that a person may so personnel will be given enlisted men. and warrant officers households and those with excep- Office on ramp.PROTESTANT.

desire to follow through with. A every chance. to prove them- while serving In a combat zone tional deductions or exemptiONSuse

limited amount of guidance in I elves. Interested personnel or hospitalized outside the zone the long form. Married cou 0 30-All Saints' Chapel.

e d u eat Ion is also available contact the editor, room 238, for a period,of ISO days as a result ples have the option of filing 1100-All Saints' ChapeL

through this, office. Fr any fur- Mainside administration build- of wounds, sickness or Inju- either a joint return or separate 1000-Naval Hospital Chapel.
ther information or questions ry which occurred in the tone 10' I I
returns. of
Moot
Ing or phone extension 8346 or couples find they (Note: Addresses
contact the I. & E. Office, Build. 216. TIlE FORMS USED In filing can save by saltug '
money by filing a Joint churches may be obtained
[fog 959, phone 0550. income tax returns are 1040A and return. the Chaplain's Office\ <


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VC-G2 VW-4, VF-103 VF-43 .r...',... ", '($[,,'t' ., ...' VF-13er Completes I
ReportScouting ..m"" : : \:" .:,.;::;... ..,.,," I
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I ..... 1\..' I 7:: Accident School j
Squadrons - 'DE1A Al Southern .col. ,.. ; .

VC- 62 0 : Lt. John Horn, operations of- .

r up 28 points. LJ ficer of Fighter Squadron 13, has .
VC.8!'s bowling team lost to
I 1 in aircraft
.. completed a course
VF-43 in its first oLthe I
outing accident prevention at the University .
season, but team captain Robert VF103Lcdr _. A Y..: of Southern California :

Perkins, A01, predicts better Robert Adams relieved 1'' a: the only college class of its kind' r rin
things to come. Lcdr. Andrew Conner, as com- '
the world. '
A loss to Fasron Six last week manding officer of VF-103. Lcdr, Fifteen Navy and Marine Corps
Adams reported from NATC Pa-
dropped the squadron basketball kI officers were specially selectedfor
team to second place in the City tuxent River, Md., while Lcdr. the eight-week training pro

League competition. The team is Conner will report to the'.JLJSS I 45 gram. They will be followed by :'.
sporting a 3.1 record in the Lake Champlain (CVA-39)).
second
other of officers at regular -
half. Important games with Lcdr. Ralph F. Goetter, has .,. .. "' k intervals.groups j
Hardage and Sons and VF-13, been transferred to the Officer ..-*"
tr' I All men in the class were
who are at present tied for first Candidate School, Newport, R. I., r "" :'''''$.'' pilots and veterans ,
and his place as exec is being :;. ,_ ; .' i .. many were J
place, are coming up this week. :; x. ..., "i '' of World War II. Several of
J. ,
Lt. Alex Waters of Operations filled by Lcdr. T. G. Klein. ,> ;. ....... ;, the fighter bomber" and trans
,
,
") "': ,
The :"
following officers 1I7
have '. h'1r.
recently "
v'
reports that the installation. of reported for duly with 4"" ,," t ".... ;:k, ; port pilots had served In Ko-
oxygen equipment in the 'DilbertDunker" I
the squadron: Lt. George Mat- .-" -. t'> .. i rea.The .
'ZM -. .5 ::
at the NATTCenter in- A* .A i r .
course placed
great emphasis !
thiesen; Lt. Daniel.Potter; Lt.jg( ) ; .
1.
door ,
swimming pool is nearing on the human factor in
Edward DeMartini 1 ,
Lt.jg) John
; .ji.
The J
completion. oxygen mask and aircraft accidents. The officers
Young; Ensign Ronald Gordon ,
regulator installed in the dunker ;I I attended daily lectures in aeronautical
Ensign Robert Moore Jr.
Ensign
were christened by Lt. Waters ; A CHANGE IN SIGNS-The Fleet Aircraft Service SquadronSix engineering, aviation physiology f.
when he became the first to undergo Geroge Van de Weghe; Ensign I : Instrument Flight Training: Unit's line shark became the and to enable .
Phillip Richardson; Ensign Homer Fleet All Weather Training Unit Detachment Able line shark psychology ip
a simulated ditching in full Ross; Ensign James McDonald; this week with no more effort than it takes to change a sign. The them to teach :aviation safety at .I
flight and oxygen gear This addi Ensign Richard Sloan Ed old IFTU sign is brought down by Ledr. Allie Cal Ian, officer-in- their home bases and make better
tion to one of the Navy's most ; Ensign charge: of IFTU. Lcdr. Callan: now in charge of the new unit, putsin scientific investigations of air
ward Jackson.
its place the new FAWTU sign.
important survival trainers should I
craft crashes.
I Two new faces in the enlisted
provide a greater degree of realism Each Saturday morning the pilots .
ranks are Leslie Garner ADC '
,
in ditching indoctrination.For I and John Winland, BM1. Fiscal 56 Budget Puts donned "G-suits" and rode .

the first time in many # the University's human centri .

weeks, re-enlistments topped dIscharges -I VF43Congratulations fuge. This is an aircraft cockpitat t

as Billy Curtis, AE2, and to W'illiam] i the end of a 23.foot arm in a
Accent On Air PowerPresident '
Lakin Crabtree, BM3, shippedover Peek, ADC, who received his closed circular building. When

for six years. Dischargedwas third Good Conduct Medal. John the device whirls around, the pilotis

Lawrence Frabitore, YN2. Clifton, A03, John Glomski, AK3, Eisenhower's new budget plans for fiscal] 1956 Indicat subjected to gravity forces he

Two photo-mates have returned and Gerald Greenway: AN, received that, while the Navy will take a'cut of $170,300,000 and will be op would encounter in high-speed '

from Camera Repair School at their first Good Conduct eratingfewer ships! with less man, the number of carrier air groupsis flight.

NAS Pensacola where they won Medals. to be increased from 16 to 17 as the USS Foriestal' Joins the Fighter Squadron 13, a member ,
... .
-- fleet next of Air Task
scholastic honors. Laurel Norris I welcome aboard to Olen uar- July.Definitely Group 201, is home'

PHI, walked off with first placein ber, AEAN, and Wendell Mullins, the accent la on air based nt NAS Cecil Field.'ractuLant .
his class, with Paul Snow, PH3, A03, who reported this month. power in today's: military think. (I constiuctlon of three more nnclearpoweicd .

taking second place. Barber comes from NATTC Jax ing. A fifth carrier of the For- submarines, bringingto CO

Lt. Philip Dahlby reported back and Mullis from Fasron 9, Cecil I restal) class is provided"by a $274- seven the total number of atomic .

Monday from the Air Force's Ad. Field.I ((600,000 I increase in the Navy's subs building or to be built,

vanced Survival School in Reno, Lt.jg( ) Crawford Easterling and shipbuilding and conversion program The Nafttllus, first to be built, Is Inspects] JaxDetachment

Nev. Looking somewhat haggard i Lt.jg( ) Price Harding ferried two and the proportion of Jet now undergoing her initial sea

from his experiences, he reports ,more of the F9F-8 Cougars from aircraft in the combat units of trials.In ]

that snowshoes offered the only I Norfolk.] That brings the total both the Navy and Marine CorpH the new budget, naval aviation .
:number of the aboard will be increased by about 15 percent The commanding officer
logical means of transportation new jets to will get $814.500,000 for op of
during his survival hike. I thirteen. With only eleven air- The President said that the crating Its aircraft and facilities, Fleet Airborne i Electronics ."

Richard Maylander] who coached craft aboard most of January the two services will have about 10- nnd another $753,000,000 for procuring Training Unit, U S. Atlantic Fleet] '. )'

the 1953 Jax Navy Fliers squadron has been able to average 1000 operating aircraft in 1956, new aircraft. The Navy got his first look at the "winter"

football team, will be released over 30 hours for each flying day.' noting that Naval aviation personnel will continue to operate its present uniform worn by his command's ,

from active duty tomorrow. Dur- Maintenance has provided excellent I will undergo "more intensive 15 antl-fliibmarine' squadrons Jacksonville detachment during .

ing his 21A years here, the availability and for two training at the advanced specialized during fiscal 1956, and the Marina an annual administrative and

"Coach" has been active in all days in a row last week, provided I( level" than ever before Corps Its three divisions and f4u''e material inspection last week. I

sports. In 1953 he coached VC-62's 100 percent availability on the I SIn air wings. I I This was the second time Capt.

Softball team, and in 1951 he Cougars. The crew of the Fighting addition to the fifth carrier, Personnel cuts in the Navy will Charles Moore, whose headquarters .

guided the squadron's football Forty Three deserves a well done. 'I the shipbuilding program calls for drop Its present personnel figures arc at Norfolk, Va., has inspected .
Detachment Two at NAS
and softball teams. from 702,023 to 661,000 (includ
; Jacksonville, since becoming .
com.manding
? ing 7,000 midshipmen and naval
Often-Kidded Namesake Helped officer of FaetuLantlast
aviation cadets), while the Marine
VW-4 May. His first inspection
wasa
Corps will likely wind! up with
Comdr William T. Cain has reported Don Winslow9 Win His Wings 193,000, against a present 220,881. "summer" uniform inspection.

aboard to assume dutiesas S After the inspection, Capt.

executive officer of Airborne The wings worn today by strip should have his wings In Houeter active Moore commended the officers
lilt duty strengthis
Early Warning Squadron Four. Don Winslow in artist Frank view of his many flying experiences _reduced during the next 17 and unlisted men of the detach
Comdr. Cain comes to the unit Martinek's syndicated comic for the Navy. months and ment for the excellent way in
Marine
Navy Corps which
from the USS Randolph (CVA- strip," which appears daily in SO, JmTW.:I'S Martinelc and Reservq forces will be ,considerably their mission.they were .carrying- out

15)). many newspapers, were presented Comdr. Winslow a new plot was
increased. The
Navy will increase
Lcdr.
T. Allen is
Eugene officer-
Three Naval Air Observer Con- to him, by Vice Adm. its officer personnel in the 'n-charge' of
Detachment Two.
John Dale Price former Com
,
trollers reported to VW-4 for duty Reserve aviation program from The Jacksonville
mander Air detachment is
with the Hurricane-Hunters. Pensacola Naval, Training, 9,953:> to to 10,769; and its enlisted one of four such units along the

. Lt.Jg( ) Richard Wing Jr and personnel from 26,162 to 30,306. East coast.

Ltjg( ) Thomas R. Morgan, both That's the word from Wins- Similarly, the Marine Corps Reserve ---

formerly attached to Air Anti- low's namesake, Comdr. Walter Aviation program will increase "-

Submarine Squadron 22 at NAS "Don" Winslow, chief staff off!. officers to about l,7j)0 and Salesmanship Course

Norfolk, and Ltjg( ) John W. Dres, ccr of Commander Naval Air y'4f. enlisted personnel to 6,000. Starts March 29
Bases Sixth Naval District at
previously with Air Anti-Sub- The "
new overall budget allocated -
marine Squadron 27, also at.Nor- NAS Jax. for the Navy totals $9,97,300- The course in Salesmanship offered .

folk, will operate as CIC members OFTEN KIDDED by his ship. 000. Aside from the $1,317,000000 ,- by the University of Florida

aboard the squadron's new Con- mates on the similarity of the ., recommended for shipbuildingand through the Extension Division

stellations. names, the commander has frequently conversion purposes, including will begin March 29 from 1900.to-
been asked if he fs 2130 the
at Jacksonville
any SchoolOf
Lt.jg( ) and Mrs. John F. Car- several new.ype destroyers and a
relation to the comic strip character Technology] 129! King St., it
ney greeted a 9 lb. 12 oz. boy guided missile launc* r; the $814-
last week. They named him John 500,000 to be used for operating was announced by the NATTCen- -
The ComNab-6 officer[ first
ter Education-Information
Francis. Ltjg( ) and Mrs. Jerome expenses; and the $753mlllion aircraft Office.
became Indirectly involved In For those who have
Pilon also added a boy to their purchase fund; the Navy will expresseda
the Winslow comic strip situ- 1-COMDR. W. G. WINSLOWThe desire to enroll or those wishingto
family recently. Daniel Richard Winslow with ComNab.6 spend $495 million for ammunition -
ation when he was at NAS Pen- take
the
advantage school
Pilon weighed 8 lbs. 5 oz. at birth. ordnance, guided missiles, ,
sacola A group of VIPs after dreamed up and comic strip further information can be obtained C
The VW-4 basketball team will etc.; and increase its research and
touring the base, on their return character Don Winslow won his from the E & I Office,
this development expenditures from .
be mighty colorful season. to Chicago, told artist wings, which were presented by Building 500, Extension 8388.
about
420 million
$ to
about
have $422
The "Hurricanes" acquirednew Martlnek of "the fellow with Vice Admiral Price in a special .
uniforms, and under the the name of Winslow" at ceremony a.t'Penaacola. million. A lady told nInblewitted

coaching of Ltjg( ) Bob Balchunas Pensac la. Mart hek invited the Comdr. Winslow came to Jax The active fleet In fiscal 1956 Groucho Marx that she had been

expect to give all comers a tussle. commander to visit him. Dur- from NAS Guantanamo Bay, will consist of about :1,000 ships, born in a grocery store. "That

Phil Drennan, ADAN, is currently ing this visit it was decided Cuba, where he was executive Including 400 warships, a drop could never happen in today's supermarket

l leading the pack in scoring. In that Don Winslow of the comic officer. from today's" :1,101 shins, Indud- ," said Groucho. "They

two games Drennan has chalked Ing 407 warships don't make deliveries anymore."






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VP-5 Battles


:h' -. Cold Snow ,V n
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In Argentia : ': SALTY HUMOR FROM

; : HERE AND THEREA


When the temperature drops to
k : dictionary of
golfing
28 or 30 degrees here in Florida, b. terms is
be
to
I published. If it's really]
com.
"shook". Considerthe
everyone gets 1
pletcd it will be banned from the
plight of Patrol SquadronFive mails.

men in Argentia, Newfoundland *
: who have been battling snow
Golfer-far( off in the
rough )
drifts eight feet high.
"Say, caddy, why do you keep
Patrol Squadron Five, of Jax, looking at your watch?"
now deployed in Argentia, plowed
Caddy-"It isn't a watch, sir,
its way out of an ice and snow it's a compass."

blow that recorded gusts of up to *

80 knots at its peak.
Every girl waits for the light

While the coverage wasn't the man to come along but In nu-

thickest of the season, the strong meantime. she gets man led.
wind$ piled weird drifts up to aSister"How .

eight feet high against struts and did mama find

along taxiways. The squadron's SELECTED FOR LIEUTENANT C01\IURThese ten lieutenants: shown with Capt. Henry De out you didn't really take: a
operational and training committ- Long (Center), commanding officer of NATTCenter, have been selected for another.half-stripe as bath?".
ments were bogged to a standstill lieutenant commanders and the five on the right have already received their promotions. Left to
right are Lieutenants Thomas Beall, AO School; William Wright, AK School; Grady Gay, HAWS Brother-"I forgot to wet the
until plows/, shovels and brooms School; Robert Cooke, NAWS School; Matthew Hoff, Military Personnel; Captain DeLong; Lieutenants soap." .
cleared passages for the giant Frank Goltlinff, Discipline; Kenneth Snyder, AE School; Francis Flynn, Medical; Robert .

P2V Ncptunos.By I Hogan, AE:_School,._and Denny.. Newberry, AE School. _ Wife- "I'm afraid the moon

noon of the following day, tain air would disagree with me..."

squadron full speed activity, maintaining was again rolling the- .II More EM To Get Flight- Skins I 4,500 Students dare.Hubby" -"My dear, it wouldn't

100 percent plus aircraft utilization There will be -"flight skins" With combat aircraft creat- Indoctrinated In .

record the Mad Foxes has for more Navy enlisted per- ing a need for more men to Mr. to Mrs. You remind ir,'

established for themselves during sonnel now in the aviation 'man the craft, the move lifts Safety In '54Nearly of an angel, dearie, you arc always .
their five month deployment the restriction that only avia- harping on something and

rating group. tion-rated personnel can be aSsigned never seem to have anything to
4,500 transient studentsat
The Navy announced this as
crewmen. wear.
the Naval' Air Technical Training .
OFF/c E 'sC week that rton-aviation rated The announcement affects *
Center were Indoctrinated In
men will be assigned flight du- such specialists as< radiomen, Shopper 'How do you :sell
safety! precautions by the safety
ties to become eligible to receive radarmcn, sonarmen, and elcc- these eggs?
engineer and the education and In-
flight pay. tronicsmen. Grocer-"You know, I have often
formation office during 1951, a
wondered that myself, lady."
--- showed
survey ; today.
I *

Busy VC-62 Pilot FindsTimeToQualifyAsOOD I Spiro Tassopoulos, safety ngi- Sailor: "Gosh, .you say yoti'v
neer at NATTC, conducted weekly -
never been out with a Sl.llOl'Swe11l

V B indoctrination courses as partof Where will I meet you
the entrance for
program new "
baby?
students. It Included traffic safety
Girl: "Meet me at 2100 on th.
and station regulations, fire starboard side of pier 7..
The President of the Officers
protection and protection
personnel .
.
Club has announced that start- A photo pilot from Composite Squadron 62 has become the only during the lectures incoming

ing Wednesday Feb. 2, the club aviator in 1954 to fully qualify as OfficeroftheDeckUndenvay'aboard : classes at King Hall.given New Guard: "Halt! Who got

will feature "All You Can Eat the USS Coral Sea (CV-43)), here?"
Dinners". Lt. Lawrence C. Warren earned In addition to the indoctrination Volcc-In-the-Dark: "Officer tf

A deluxe meal with salad, coffee this distinction while serving witha most satisfactory manner- your safety committees have been the Day!"-.

desert and all the trimmings I detachment from the.squadron primary duties as a member of set up for the schools through the Guard: "What -are you doing>

will be served buffet style and aboard the carrier in the Mediterranean your squadron, such duties in- director of training office, Marine out at night?"
Aviation Detachment. and the .
any or all plates will be refilled an'a.AI.TIIOUGII. cluding your share of flying. For
upon 'request.This liE 'JlAD dutiesas such accomplishments you are to First Lieutenant's office for sup- SA. : "Why are you moaningand

t. new Wednesday evening detachment photo pilot, administrative be commended." port personnel.The groaning?"

feature is designed to give a delirious officer, and personnel COMDR. W. DONALD Dietz, Naval Air Technical Training SN: 'Tve been sending my girl

l dinner at the lowest pos- officer, Lt. Warrenjfound time to skipper of Composite Squadron Center was awarded Certificates two letters a day ever since I

sible price and should give a lift stand gone. bridge watch each day 62, delivered the letter to Lt. of Achievement In Safety by enlisted and now she's gone and

to the usual slow Wednesday underway and a quarterdeck Warren with his congratulationsand the Secretary of the Navy for 1852{\>; married the postman."

evenings at the club.February watch every other day in port, remarked that in spite of the end 1953. .

Menu lIe also crammed in studies of time spent qualifying as OOD, The husband who knows whet*

Here is the menu for Febraury. the technical information that an Lt. Warren still averaged as muchor Recommission Carrier his wife keeps her nickels has

Dinner is served from 1800-2100. OOD must know. more flight time as other jet nothing on the husband who

Feb. 2 Italian Spaghetti with Aboard the Coral Sea from pilots in the Air Group.Lt. USS Shangri La knows where the maid's quartets

sauce and grated cheese or Shred- July 13 to( Dec. 20, Lt. Warren Warren said his qualification The 27,000-ton aircraft carrier are.
.
ded Barbecued Pork with hot earned the qualification as OOD- : made *
was possible throughthe USS Shangrl La, outfitted witha
fauce. in-Port while the carrier was an- "encouragement and Jury foreman: "We find the
tier a new canted deck and steamcatapults
Feb. 9 Old fashioned Beef chored at Genoa, Italy in Novem- helpful attitude" of the Captain, has been recommission- defendant gorgeous, breath taU-

Stew with vegetables or Baked ber. He was later qualified os Navigator, and OOD's of the ed at Portland, Ore. and returnedto ing, sweet, lovable, and-oh, yes,

Macaroni au Gratin. OOD-Underway, % and took his : Coral Sea. the active fleet. (AFPS) not guilty."
Feb. 16 Ravioli with Italian daily turn at conning the hip .

back to the United States. .... .
Rich Meat Sauce or Barbecued
Waves Official
Dee with hot sauce. IN A LETTER to Lt. Warren,

Feb. 23 Creamed Chicken aIn Capt. Harry E. Sears commanding .

king or Sausage Patties w/ officer of the Coral Sea during Departs Afler

Steamed Rice. the cruise and not Commander, I

Calendar) Of Events Carrier Division 14, said, "It is Station Tour

Jan. 27 Family dinner: Select realized that only by your initiative

bar drinks 1730-1830 at a reduced determination, and genuine Lcdr Eleanor Sowers, admini-
interest in all aspects of being a
strative
price. assistant to the assistantof
Jan. 28 Hour line oficer were you able to de-
Happy 1630- the Chief of Naval Personnelfor
vote the time for study and to
1800.
\W Women, conducted an officialtour : I
Jan. 29 Dine and Dance to 'stand the many time-consuming of NAS Jax this week.
thc-music of watches necessary to earn this
Jclinek and
Johnny Arriving last MissSowers
Sunday night,
qualification. It is understoodthat
..
his orchestra. Dinner 1800-2130:
} and welcomed
while earning this qualification was met
Dancing 2030-0030. inn aboard by Lt. Elsie Hansen, Wave
Jan. 30 Family Dinner.. you were >forming I .. administrative officer.


Jan.Feb. 31 1 --Game Club Closed.night, calling Magician Team In "'0.,{"V. taken Monday on a the tour visiting of the Naval officer Hos-was

tarts at 2030. Final Show Tonight pital and NATTCenter. Lcdr.
Feb. 2 First weekly "All You
Sowers participated at noon mess
t.'an Eat Dinner", featuring Ita- The magfcian team of Gene and
with the Waves at Mainside Mess
flan Spaghetti with all of the Joe are on stage at the Mainside
hall. After lunch she conferredwith
trimmings for only a dollar. theatre Building 612 tonight at
officials here, toured Over-
.
2000. ,. ,
_
..,
"" "" u. l haul and Repair Administration
, It wan Junior's first day in Among the top purveyors of ,
" school and when he got home his the art of legerdemain, Gene and GENERAL RECEIVES PORTRAIT-Brlf. Gen. F. II. Lam- Building and Operations.Lcdr. .
son-Scribner
Commander ()f Marine Air Reserve Triinlnr Sowers guest of
was
mother asktd, "Did you I learn Jo have a fast-moving and well a portrait sketch of himself from receives -
the artist Marine honor at tea held in the lounge
anything today?" costumed show known for its serve CapL Avery Chenowl"th. Lt. Col.. Dale Leslie/commanding a
I of Barracks 723 late Monday. Before -
"No," he replied In disgust. "I variety of style and is1111 of officer of VMF-144 is at the left. The ceremony took place dur-
ing'the rtntral's annual inspection tour If Marine Air departing Tuesday she inspected -
have to go bark tomorrow. laughs: and magic. units at NART.V lax. Reserve the Waves barracks.





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[ Men At Newfoundland Keep In Touch With Jax Via Ham Radio | IJ j


Argentia, Newfoundland- That station W4NEK on the Jackson- the arrival of new family addi Argentia, Newfoundland. Another

I man occasionally seen clambering ville Air Station, that keeps the tions. In one case, the constant (happy wife virtually from undera
the men of the squadron in close exchange of late developmentsmade dryer in the beauty parlor.
1Z' through windows of the
touch with their families at home. it possible for Ltjg( ) J. R. One slightly confusing instance .
BOQ way up in Argentia, New- Traffic is always heavy on the Schwendeman to be at his wife's developed when a Mrs. Thompson -

-must go: Big brown foundland is probably history's phone patch that permits the men bedside in Riverside Hospital one in Jacksonville was connected

eyes have looked sadly at the most welcome "Second Story" I to speak via telephone to their hour after the birth of their first with one of the squadron's two

Waves of Barracks 723 during the j I man. He's Lcdr. Claude Curren families in Jacksonville. The in- baby. Thompsons in Argentia. He received -

past week. Schenley Jr., pedigreed I Gantt, Jr., electronics officer of genius device made it possiblefor Even In SupermarketThe a complete report of the

cocker-spaniel mascot, is VP-5 checking the directional an. Comdr. L. M. Culjat, Lcdr.' A & P Tea Company will goings on at home, including ,

about to leave his home. Living tenna on his transmitter pointedat M. D. Howard, and Lt. R. R. tell about the time a VP-5 wife news of his little boy's broken
with over 100 women was jus their in in Jacksonville supermarket It full week before ..."
the squadron's home station in Riley to talk with wives was paged a arm. was a
expecting too much from any; the hospital within 24 hours after to accept a call from letters exchanged between the
blue.blooded male and "Schen Jax.Gantt's
families revealed
nine years operating his two Thompson I
I is no exception. So, Schenley is; own amateur rig has familiarized that the wrong two Thompsons!! j'\'
packing his dog biscuits and leav
I U. S. radio enthusiasts from coastto had been talking. ,

ing. coast with his handle, "C. C." Aids Emergencies,

Wearing freshly cleaned uni (Canadian club for phonetic ef. Emergencies are, o f course,

forms, sparkling white blouse; fectiveness.!' ) given precedence. One hour after I

and gloves, twelve Waves representing Use Schedule W. D. Blackmon received the 14
NAS and nine from NAT .
With Chief Electronicsmcn J, news of his wife's illness he was
TCcnter looked 4.0 as they left T. Guthrie and W. W. Gillespie on a plane bound for Jackson .
to be the
1'hursdaynlght guest working two other rigs in theiroffduty ville.
of five prominent Women's Club:
time, a four-a-week sche- Unofficial Navy business' has

Hotel at a dinner roof held garden.at the Mayflower i.dule is maintained with amateur: ,; k1fl found* an expedient outlet to all -- J

A points along the Eastern coast
More\ Books For via the amateur radio net. "';"
Liberty is not the reason for '
.. .
$ With "Glen" "Roger"and
Disbursing'clerks at Supply com- Children Added '# operators ,
'
"Bob" down the
holding
ing in at all hours during the
week and weekends. "Transitionit To CollectionThirtyfive Jacksonville end, the amateur .

the word which is causing the radio set up has helped greatlyto

five Waves to shudder and shake new books have Ms I ease the anxiety of the men \ '

their heads. Learning the mean been added to the children's collection I4uar-1.* of VP-5 during their deploymentin -t \ r

ing of military on call 24 hour; at King Hall Library, Argentia.Hy "I

a day are: Nina Redditt, DK2; Building 563.
Mary Young, DK3; Margie Neave, These' books, donated by the

DK3; Rosie Geofferian, DKSN; NATTCenter Officers Wives Club, 'yoot a
SN. : are available to children of all
and Jane Bentley,

Marriages Alice Ferris, SA, military personnel in this area. "' ''''h'A .' .. "' ..............-_ ar
Personnel or friends who have
of ComNab-6 and H. F. Smith, r
any books which they would like SnIP-SnAPE-Uslnt newly overhauled equipment, ,Gerald
of VF-172, were pronounced Mr to give to the library should notify Rice, 'AA, (left) and A. B. Hannon, AN, prepare a salad !in the 1
and Mrs. over the weekend vegetable preparation room of Galley No. 1. Overhaul of equipment < Armed Forcri lYcus' Service)
Nancy Borgeson, AA, of NATT Miss Nelson, librarian at NATTC in the "spud locker" is only one phase of a complete recent The
or Mrs. J. C. McCurdy, extension renovation at the Maln&ide Mess galley. Defense Department basset
Center became Mrs. Angelo Mar-
343.Among up new procedures for coordinating

otto. the new titles for the Mainside Galley Recipient the forwarding of
set are such favorites as: Air .
To Katherine Crowley, SA; Bet'- younger Army, Navy: Force and Marine ,
Katy-No-Pocket, Littlest Angel, Corps officer promotions to
\
AA Dottie Manfredi), Treatment9The
ty Werley, ;
Friendly Farm, Zooparade, Reading Of 'Beauty the White House for the Presi-
RMSN; and Pfc. Rose Mary Beat:
Can Be Fun and When We dent's approval. All the servicesnow
temporarily the hospital 'We< .
Were Very Young. galley a t the Mainside I will send their lists to a
extend this message: I in-charge of the Mainside Messdoesn't
.. For the older group there arc: Mess has just received a beauty ,, DOD official, who then will pass
Heard you were ,sick, Tree And The Trail, 20,000 Lea- treatment in keeping with the feel the job complete,, them on to the White House. The

Hope you get well. gues Under The Sea, Wee Gillis, constant need for high standards however. Several other steps arc first list submitted\ under the new
contemplated to increase the efficiency -
Chase those miseries Fun With Figures, Black Stallion, of sanitation and efficiency. procedure was sent by the Navy
Straight to - the devil! Undersea of Galley One for station
The FBI and Florida Overheads and bulkhead in late in December and covered .

Ida Dora Guisto, a Hospital Trtasure.I the galley area are spic and span personnel. 4 ensigns, lieutenants junior grade,
Corps Wave and an old Navy sal after a fresh paint job. Now all lieutenants and lieutenant corn.

with three years service behind the decks in the Mainside galley 'Buddy' Companies manders.
her, is the cheerful person who are of modern durable] tiling. .

greets all dependents at the Hos 'l. Now In Training 'Navy and Marine forces have!

pital's OutiPatient clinic. "Gussie1 joined in an amphibious training
Undergoing overhaul were the
While Hawaii is still waitingto
hails from Waterbury, Conn.
exercise in Caribbean waters thatis
scullery the spud locker (veget-
4 be admitted to the Union as
able preparation room) and the scheduled to run from early
the 40th State, the Navy jumpedthe
Name Members Of January until late March. Almost
butcher shop. The machines and gun by naming six: special
equipment in these spaces were 20,000 men, Including 7000 ma-
recruit companies being formed
Armed Forces GroupSam J completely overhauled and relocated rines, and some 30 ships will take
in St. Louis, Mo., but drawn from
Ervin, Democrat from S. to increase productivity. and Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois and part.
Carolina has been picked as the efficiency. Arkansas, as the "49th State" The maneuver, called Traex

14th man of the Armed Force I A new' system has been instituted Companies.The 2.55, is designed to test and increase -

'"Committee. in the sculleries. Prior to the first of these six: special the efficiency of participat.

The committee includes Democrats renovation, personnel cleared companies, in line with the Navy's ing personnel in the techniques of

Russell (Ga.), chairman;; their own tray and placed cups, plan for letting men from the amphibious warfare.

Byrd (Va.); Johnson (Tex.); Ke- bowls, silver, etc. in awkward re. same area stay together during *

fauver (Tenn;); Symington (Mo.): ceptacles. Now the opening to the recruit training, already has ',nr- Former Regular: Navy enlisted

Jackson (Wash.), and Ervin. Republicans sculleries are covered, and only rived at the Great Lakes Training men who held certain ratings

Welker (Idaho); Sale two slots are seen where silver Center. Composed of 60 men, it is may re-enlist within 12 months .

tonstall, (Mass.); Bridges (N.H.);: ware and trays are slid in. The the third special "all state" recruit of their discharge and get back

Flanders (Vt.Mrs.); Smith (Me.);; rest of the clearing goes on in company to arrive, the the rate they held at the time of

Case (S. D.), and Duff (Pa). the scullery)) where equipment has others being from Michigan and separation. The Navy announce-
been revised to fit present needs. ment of this new policy said it

( Ohio.When all five of the "49th would remain in effect until June
MATS Planes JRy
Plans for the renovationeie State" companies arrive at Great 30, 1955.! Previously, only men

Every 54, Minutes b made by the S-l Division.comVli- Lakes, the Navy said, the hctcrp- who re-enlisted within three
ssary personnel and carried out geneous units organized I in St. months of discharge could retain

The Military Air Transport by the Public Works department.' Louis may form She Navy's first I their old rates. Fifty-six rating

Service carried the equivalent of CHPCLK Sam Norfolk, officer- all-state battalion there. groups are affected. .
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the population of Minneapolis on ------

flights to every corner of the

globe during 1954.Approximately 500,000. passengers I d iukk I Move P. II. Mile Further Away, Still Lose 4 Ft. I 1

were flown by MATS transports The Department of Defense equals one minute of latitude", length of 6,076.10333 feet, or
I but trying to pin down the exact 1,582 meters, a little more than
during the year, and about and Commerce have moved
number of feet in the min four feet shorter than the U. S.
83,000 tons of cargo and mail. Pearl Harbor a little more thana ,
ute of latitude Is quite some. nautical mile, fOJ'mtrlyIlet.1 by
:MATS averaged flight across ...,..,,
a --
=- ----- from the West
mile farther thing else again. the Navy.So .
the Atlantic or Pacific oceans I
ACRES AND ACRES-Ver- Coast. The U. S. nautical mile was although the. Defense and
54 minutes of the 12-month -
every onique Zuber has been voted The Departments moved P.ft. derived by assuming 60 nautical Commerce Departments .
period. AFPS) Miss France of 1955. The 19- of latitude, "moved" Pearl Harbor a little
r year-old lovely, who won the by Jointly adopting: the International miles per degree
Guest (to host in new home):: award at Fontainbleau, near nautical mile to replace with earn mile equalling 1,853.- more than a mile away from 1

"Well old boy, how do you findit Paris, could get our vote as I the slightly longer Unit 248 meters, or 6,08020 U. S. the West Coast-they still lost

here?" I "Miss France of 1955., With she ed States'un ;; Every seaman feet The International ?nit of four feet in the deal Ton j
her physical properties
Host: "Walk right upstairs, and could land a Job on any lot in knows "one nautical I mile measure has bf'enlet/ at a figure it out! I

It's two doors to the left. I Hollywood.



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Tenth Cage Defeat : With Gordon Robbie


"Coach without a team" is

the title given Lt. David A.
Continuing to play host to top southeastern collegiate a

quintets, the Jax Navy Fliers entertain the University of Barksdale, ex-Jax Navy football -

Georgia (Atlanta Branch), tomorrow in a 2000 tilt at Main- C 0 a chand Annapolis I

side gym. a Ss gridder, now serving as Pub- I

Not much has come out of the
i lic Information officer with
Thursday, 89-58, at Mainside gym.
Atlanta in the of news
camp way It was the second loss to the ComFair Jax staff.

but word haa it they're loaded for Saints for Jax Navy this season. k With football at Jax Navy in-

, big game. This marks the first The visitors, co: 'ied by Hartley 2 active for the present, and forcedto

I t appearance for Atlanta Branch on Yessin who learned the trade under 1 y a ; w.a fill his off-hours with memo

, into ries of pigskin i performances,
the local scene. Adolph Rupp., jumped a

The Fliers came home from a quick 14-1 lead. Barksdale looks forward to the

long road stay yesterday, during The green-and-white clad Saints time when he'll again pilot a

,- which they met the Camp Gor upped their advantage to 45-22: r gridiron squad.

don SCTC Signalares anJ Parris at coke-time. The Fliers stageda Barksdale relieved Lcdr Harry

Island Marines. No results were usual last-half surge at the scor- Knickelbine at the helm of Jax
START ALL OVER-Having permanently retired one Iron
available\ at press time. I ing line but were unable to check Man Trophy, Fasron Six athletes are starting on another with a Navy in 1952 where he stayed for

Take Quick Lead the opposition strong performance in the NAS fall sports program raining the one season. Prior to this, he

Camp Gordon's PMGC five with Tate Kept Banshees a leg on the new silverware. Capt.. John S. Thach, NAS served as. assistant to Dick Gar.
Busy
commanding officer, presents the Trophy for temporary keeping
in 1950.
an advantage in the height and Dick )Koffenberger hit for seven to Comdr. Max Replorle, Fasron Six commanding! / officer. Pictured ver

I experience department, defeated sudden field goals early in the are (left to right) Capt. Thach; Lcdr. Jay B. Maze! NAS *

Jax Navy rather handily I 1 last! then Special Services: Comdr.. Rrplogle, and Frank McCaffrey, NAS 'The North Carolinian started ,
game was yanked. Despite! intramural director.Favorites.
his career playing i freshman
sitting out most of the contest, he
ball at Chapel 11111 In 1939, under -
paced all scorers with those 14
STRIKES points. Fare Well In mentor.Jim Tatum, another oxFiler

SPARES Other top Camp .Gordon scorerswere I
I i .Barksdale advanced to the varsity -
Kenny Norman, with 12, and
I the following two years. From
SPLITS Dick Alken with 10.points. HAS '
Bowling ActivityIt there, going to the Naval Acad
I Handed a major defensive assignment
Keglers are out in force on the I
of emy.Under
NAS intramural spring bowling O'Brien covering Saints' breA.dand.buttfr "JumpingJack" looks like a good year for favorites in NAS intra eligibility rules that :year,

front again with firing underway in the mural spring bowling competition with defending champions Plebes could play varsity ball and
man scoring department
for spots in the coveted 200 Club, Jax Navy forward Dick Tate- getting a foot hold on first-place rungs after opening week's Dave stepped right in to a starting .

awarded to those pin-wreckers play. berth. He remained at Annapolis
was held to 13 points. ping a 2.1 decision last week.
hitting 200( or better in a league VP-18, owner oX All Stat101\I through the 1944 season.
battle. Carroll had
League
Wofford Posts 11 : a se-
game. laurels, skipped ahead to a comfortable In and around the Jacksonville ,
Jack Wofford, with his 6-5 frame ries high 500.VF43's .
This will be a weekly feature National League lead area for the past seven years, he
Falcons blanked VC-62
standing out in a Tom ThumbHier
carried on these with pair of shutouts over VW4 with Jax 1948
pages. a played Navy's crew
lineup, hit for 11 points from with Joe Siebert and Tom Owens
Y f f
and VP-16. which posted a great 7-1-1 record.
his center post and was a work smashing 515 and 493 pins, re
Five men earned membership horse off the boards., Carl Edolo's 523 led the Patrol spectively.Also .

b to the Club the first week, thus men's opening victory while 552'a in the National League, The FJlt'NJ011 the Naval: Air

r? becoming charter members. Reserves played most of the sec by Jim' Bolin and Jack Dietzlerwere Fasron Six claimed a 3.1 win Training Athletic I I Confcrnicn
\ VP-18's Carl Edolo, an old handat ond half for the winners, with a
.. high in the second match.A from VF-172 in a battle closer crown that year I this, entered twice with scores solitary first-stringer usually held
' shutout over the VF-43 than the score indicated. Jarka wan at the head coaching
of 200 and 203. in there for added strength.
Cougars earned Special Serv- reins.
Pete Pierri paced the Ban ,
*
ices the American League l le"ad. shees with 511. High man, how Barksdale saw service I in every
Others were' : Ted Durni, Hospital
Jim Groover the winners
paced ever, was the 1i"lgbtermen'sRalph game as center and linebacker He
;, 212 Bill Beverage, VP-18,
, ; Fliers' Weekly With a 498. Jones with a series high .was captain of the team and Won
209 Joe Williams, Electronics, '
; Guy Carroll spearheaded a
of :
" 520. plaudits of fans, coaches and
207, and Jim Manno Fasion Six, Hardwood Stale strong VA-175 attack on the pins, In American League firing, scribes aUke.Uniform .

1 201. coming out with a 4-0 decisionover
Hospital' reckless band of
keg-
No. 27 was worn by
, Making it's first appearance
Comdr. Frank Heyer'of FAW-11 VF-173 In another National
lers Communications
: barely miss'd'with 198. at Mainside gym, the U of upended him and opposing players would

" -- -- --- Georgia (Atlanta branch ) Marine Bowlers Hold 3-1, High score was recorded by tell you they swore 27 was more
the Medics' Ted Durni with 546.
:. than one
faces Jax tomorrow person.
quintet Navy -
Second Place MarginThe Supply shell of its former self
Rods andNamrods night in the only home He played with the Corpus
f
r dropped 3.1 verdict to FAW-11.
game of the week for the NATTCenter Marines pro- a Christi NAS Comets in 1947 That

.,.Fliers.I' tected a one-half *game second- Comdr. Frank Heyer was top year and in 1948, Dave wag award.
man for the Staffers with 497.
I' Two tilts are 0: tap next place margin over Cohen Brothers ed the NATAC sportsmanship troophy
(This Is a series of columns Also in the Junior circuit,
and won selections to the All-
week, with Charleston AFB by i turning a 2.1 win over pace. '
devoted to outdoor life and the FAETU wrecked Personnel, 3.1,
showing here Feb. 3 and Shaw setting G and S Mfg. Co. in Vet- Navy team each season.
host of hunting and fishing enthusiasts AFB the following night. eran's League bowling last week. while ComFairJax was taking In '47, he was a member of Ute

aboard the station or Tomorrow- U. of Georgia John Burner and Mike DeSanto Electronics, 31.J AU Navy crew which met the
Throortt tGi
attached to neighboring facilities (Atlanta). combined 544 and 539 totals to "N'.L"l.: 'v Quantico Marines in a postseasontilt

) Feb. Charleston AFB top the winners. G and S. holdsan Turn Special Service 4 W 0 1. l.ooo 1V. at the Gator Bowl.
Lcdr.. II F. Johnson, ComFair Hospital 3 1 .750 Barksdale was backfield coachof
Feb. 4 Shaw AFB. unbeatable hire ,game margin. FAW.ll 3. 1 :.TV
lax and George C. Bennett of All home games begin at Fasron Six was given undis- Corn Fair Jtx 3 1 .'r')() the Naval Academy's plebe
O & H, and bagged 28 birds Communication 5 3 625
party, ,
I team in 1946.
2015 in Mainside gym. puted possession of the Major Personae 3 5 .375
hunting in the southern part of 1 3 .250 *
cellar by drop-
Bowling League Supply 1 3 .250
Georgia last Saturday. Electronic! 1 3 ..250 Ills 1952 Flier eleven was In-
VF-43 Cougar 0 4 .000
Tested with spirit and determ- -
On the fishing front, W. G. NATIONAL LEAGUE: ination although a bit low on
VP-18 8 0 1.000
Noblc and R. P. Feagle of 0 & R ? I Fasron 109 4 0 1.000 talent. They compiled only two>

Propeller Shop, boated 37 speckled VA175 Falcon 4 4 0 0 1000VF43 1.000 wine In eight game but fought

" ,. perch while fishing in Black V-l Fasron 7i Six 3 1 3 1 ..750.250VC62 to the end In each fray.

Creek recently. 0 4 .000 Among the personnel playing
rx .
VF-173 0 4 .000
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neal, 0 VW-4 0 4 000 for "Coach Dave" that year and

& R, are getting to be real spin VP-18, + 0 4 .000 who may be familiar to "oldtim-

; fishermen; having a lot of) fun ers" aboard the station, were:

Itt it, too. Wilbur caught a 3lb., Personnel Invited To George Shotwell, Harry Stuhldre ,

,-oz. l bass and Rose boated a 2lb., Flamingo Pistol Shoot her, Jr., Don Meyerchick, Larry

14-oz. bass last weekend In Lake White, Darrell Spang, George Kin-

Santa. Fe. Registered'members of the National near, Bob DisPasquale Junior i
Rifle Association aboard
",' Cassell Jack Bishop and :Leo Kel'
The wife and mother of II, E. the Station or in this area are l

'. Whitehead, in 0 & R Flight Test, invited to participate in the Flamingo iy.A look at Barksdale today

> caught the limit ((16)) of black Open Pistol Tournamentat would lead one to believe he was
while fishing at Nine Mile Coral Gables, March 1518.
bass M '; still active as a player. We doubt
Creek.) They used live shrimp for One of the outstanding pistol he's gained many pounds since"weighingIn"
; meets the winter circuit it's
: on six
at feet, 175 in
" bait.Best times for fishing this coming conducted by the Coral Gables

weekend ore as follows: Police Pistol Club. 1948.He resides at 4632 Blackburn

,- Saturday 0700 to 1100 and Teams or individuals may take Road in Jax, with his wife, Ruth,

1630' to 1830. part. There is an entry fee of and three little Barksdulcs.

J Sunday0700to 1200 and 1700 five dollars. For further information .

1' *6 1830. -.co<. &. ... ,, __...,-- ,-_. ._._ ( contact Lcdr. Maze at ext. WEATHER OUTLOOK

-Bob Brown TRIPLE STRIKE-Tills cute trig is more than just a part of 593.Service
t (News Items for this column the scenery at NATTCenter bo wring alley. The three bowling personnel are also invited Friday-Partly cloudy, cool.

be submitted through Bob belles are members of the Wave:a team competing in the Center's to enter the National Mid- Saturday-Partly cloudy, cool.
f: ran spring intramural keg league.Adrienne'Gustafson From left are, Lorraine Murray,
Ac'es'sorlt'sDlvhlon Winter Pistol shoot at Tampa, Sunday-Cloudy, possible show-
Drown, ext. 525, and Frederl Ira Kerrigan. You can call them '
0 & RJ) Lorrie, Gussie and Freddie. Lea;rue play opened Tuesday. March 812. erg, warmer


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AFPS SPORTS] DauphanisNewCoach TWO-BIT CLUBFive (

men found the way In'I'
Roundup Of Jax to the Two-Bit Club during ," ',', (

I opening week's play.

By Armed Force Press Service) II I I Ring SquadWith Hal Kuhn paved the way :. t

Attention all service basketball with a double performance; #

units! Be on the lookout for five I I a new coach at the helm, The slender shooter scored a

notorious sharpshooters who call the initial boxing smoker of the season's individual high of 33

year for the Jax Navy varsity points then came beck with a '

themselves the Rockets. Description ring squad will be tonight in 25 point output ";"

: They are dangerous, expert King, Hall against Green Cove Gil Tenda, Fasron 109, entered

shots, tough on the boards, allover Gossettes ExplodeCrack Springs Navy; I the Club with 28 points.Jack .

six feet, heavily armed and New ring mentor is Cliff Dau- Drenth of Fasron Six '

deadly with a basketball. phanis of VP18. "Dauphanis was found his way in with a 26

Leader of the mob goes by the here last year with the ComAir point effort.

name o f John "Player-Coach" er ax MythWith Lant entry in the, Eastern Navy Two, men got in -with the j

Toomay, who, did some time at championships.held at King Hall. minimum of 25 ,points. They .

the College of Pacific. He has a record of 18 wins and three ]losses-one -defeatat Forced to rebuild Sax Navy almost were VC-62's Don Dla baum i

also done a stretch or two with the hands of a service team-the Jax Navy Crackerjaxplay from scratch, Dauphanis has and Ned Hall of 'Supply.

some professional outfits. In two host Friday and Saturday to the Keesler AFB Wafs, issued a call for candidates from ..

years his gang, working out of.. last. year's. Women's Air Force champjons. all units aboard the Station.

Andrews: AFB in Washington, D. i -upset last Sunday by Pensa- Expected to build around Pro Star Holds

C., has blasted its way to a 67.10 cola's Gosettes in a heart-break. In strictly service play/ they've heavyweight Roy Jefferson and i

record. This gang is tough; ap ing, thrilling 65-64 game, the averaged 52 points to 33.7 for the 6ull" Gilchrist, both Mainside Golf Clinic ore

proach with caution. I Crackerjax lost their first contestof foe. wallopers) Dauphanis also has,veterans ..

Latest report from FEAF Hq. the season to a service outfit. Gerri Gorsky leads individual Ken Thomas, Johnny Bax- Marilynn Smith, steady, easy-

in Tokyo has the :Yokota AB in Previously, the local lassies" ad scorers with 322 points to sister ley, Jimmy Outlaw and Stan Ross swinging professional golfing star, "

first place in the northern divi- defeated the Gosettes twice, at Pat's 309, an average of 15.3 per available. will conduct a clinic and exhibi-

sion of the AF Japan Basketball Pensacola. contest. Against service teams, Bob Perkins, veteran_Jax Navy tion at the Station golf course

Conference. In the southern division Saturday night, the Crackerjax though, the pair is re\'ersed-Pat ringman and last year's head Tuesday at 1530.

; the Nagoya AB Comets are chalked up No. 11 by defeating holds an 18.. mark while Gerri coach, is returning to active campaigning The young, ex-collegiate star

on top Parris Island's sports theCorry Field Waves, 61.33, at has 183. in the 156-pound class. plans to make a nine-hole tour of

publicists, David McIIam and Hob King Hall. Pat and Gerri Gorsky Beverly Bistodeau, a scrappy --f..- the local greensward.Miss .

llardin have asked some 40 East I. and Lil Whitney paced the scoring guard from NAS Personnel, was Did you get home from the par Smith won the Women's

Coast service sportswriters to select spree.: elected team captain. Bev is "bad- ty all) right last night?" Intercollegiate championshipwhile ,

girl" of the club with 57 "Fine, thanks, except that Justas
the 10 top service cage: teamsin Statistics ReleasedThe person- at the University of Kansas.A 1
the East each week. They will als chdrged hey-result of her I was turning into my street
with the Gosetteshad 77 Comdr. Frank
game by lfeyercaptured
compile the ballots and publishthe close-checking play. I some idiot stepped on my fingers.
followers of the Crackerjax honors: in Saturday's,
results. This is the first of popping peptic ulcers, though. weekly Blind Bogey event Sun
several ideas planned to improve
Badly outclassed in the first day's Four-Ball Tourney was ,
relations between eastern I service>
half, which saw the Gosettes takea canceled.
sportswriters. Nice Mid-
gpin
33.26 lead, the locals held them Golf lessons are held twice
die sccondc1assman'John
Hopkins even in the next frame. With less TTiI weekly by professional Jack Harvey .
a tackle, will captain the
I than two minutes remaining, hada for members of the Officers
3955 Navy football charges.
62-60 lead, however. Wives Golf Association. Around

Charley Weber, Cheriy Point, Gerri Marsh and Pat Cnsswcll, I 1 Zk' 50 women have been attending

N. C., gridder, expects to play high scoring duo of the Pensy I the Tuesday and Thursday 1000
pro football with the Cleveland
sessions.
sextet, dumped in five lastminute
Browns after his discharge from .
points to pull the game out
the Marine Corps next September for the visitors.Between I
2nd Lt. Steve Eisenhauer, Trio I KnottedIn
raindrops early this ,
AFPS, All-Star, will be assigned
week statisticians compiled fig
fo Flight Training at the Pensa. 1 NATTC
ures from the score book. The
cola Naval Air Station, Fla., after '
Waves have scored 924 points to wJ
completing a post-grad course on I ip
650 for opponents. ; Cage LeagueLed
the fundamentals of Marine Corps I

administration ,at Quantico, Va. 'Bad-Girl' Captain
This is an average of 44 per by Tommy Jones and Jerry
The Eastern Division Rifle and
game against the opposition's 31 w .a i Fassler, each with 16 points, Aviation
Pistol Matches for Marine Corps -.... -- y *, e Ordnanceman School defeated
shooters will be held at Camp
Candidates SoughtFor Training Facilities, 59-54, to
Lejeune, N. C., in May. Winnersin remain tied for the lead in the

this competition will vie for Tennis Squad NATTCcnter basketball circuit

honors in the All-Marine Rifle last week

and Pistol tourney at Parris Island Adopting the slogan, "Early ..._ ..._. w P
-"'" -"-" -" ----
bird gets the worm," Jax Navy Meanwhile, Aviation Storekeeper
S. C., June 611.
1JR AGO ART in-a life-
FULL-FLEDGED One of those
coach Leon Wilson !- once- School and Special Services1st -
varstiy tennis time golf shots was turned up by Robert J. Page (renter), of NAS
LTJG Mario Trafeli, a dentistat has announced Feb. 15 as a Special Services: recently. While playing the Hyde Park course, Lieutenant came through unscathed -

the Great Lakes Naval Train- tentative date for start of practice Page aced his tee shot on the 22" yard fourth hole. Those with to stay knotted with the

ing Center, Ill., failed to place in for this year's squad. him still haven't gotten over the surprise. Here, Mike Benak (left), Gunnies.

the two-mile (32-lap) Silver i 1 Annually facing the top service expresses amazement ns he views a "Hole-In-One) CertJ rate'riven The Loules scored over Avia.
Page by Walter Hagen. Fred Cardwell joins In the fun, expecting -
Skates Invitation Race of Champions and collegiate teams In the to bear about Page's shot from now until doomsday. tion Electricians Mate School,

at Madison Square Garden. Southeast, Jax Navy's net squad! while the Storekeepers were

The former Olympic team member is faced with a major task of streaking past TraFac, 2520.

won the speed skating eventin whipping into shape for the Run-AwoyGomes Dot TEAM: STANDINGS

1952 and 1954. The Silver rough schedule. W T, Ttt.
AO School Ii 2 .714
Skates is a charity affair sponsored All interested personnel can RS-ht Lt .- Ii 2 .,..

by the New York Daily contact Lt. Curtis, extension 395 NAS Basketball SceneAll AK NAWS School School_..__ 5 4 :7 1: .714..571.SOO

News or Wilson, extension 796.VFY3 Marine .... 3 1 .
Tra Kac _..,. _. 2:5.21:16:
AN.P School 2 5 ..21'A&A $
but four of the 14 teams entered in NAS intramural School __..._ 2 I .290
.
Fasron Six basketball competition bit the dust in opening week's games, .

I with defending champion VP-1$ heading the pack with a

Tilts 3-0 mark. Sports FromYesferyear

Win City Cage The PatrolmenJiumiliated VW-
gistered 21 to pace! VC-62 in
4, 94.46, after posting an earlier
the scoring column. Another. in a weekly feature
VF-13 edged Fasron Six, !55- ing a 76-75 squeaker, &< Bobby 103.37, victory over VP16.
'
With Bob and Charlie that brings to life performances
54, in the feature tilt on last Loftin got 32 points. Win No. Three,came harder to Fahy '
Brown leading the Hospital on 'the Naval Air Station
week's Men's League basketball VP-16 however taking 82.57 way,
City Fasron Six, helped by WUlEwing' an
tripped Fasron Six, 65-45, despite ports .scene from dusty Iwsue .
card at Jackson gym. 24 markers, trounced win from Fasron 109. Hal Kuhn
Jack Drenth's 19-point effort for of the Jax Air News.
Jack Green, fancyshootingVF13 VC-62, 6242. Don Bloebaum led the classy Patrolmen with the Banshees. TEN YEARS 'AGO TODAY
guard, and center Jake I had 16 for the losing side. 24 point while Gil Tends had 22 I .
unbeaten
Maintaining an record
Harrington led the winners for Fasron 109.VA175 .. I Fahy scored 15 and Brown 12
In the Commercial League, Coach Verla Hill's Station
for the Medics. In another tilt
with 16 and 15 ,
points respectively dropped fresh from a 68-57
Cecil Field Supply Fasron Si*, with Drenth hittingon Waves basketball team defeated -
Seaman'ltive 68-60, conquest of a ItroD er.tban
L. ,
Geroge Coca-Cola, 1512.
all fours massacred VP-16
Jig Ed Larson bucketed 24 downed ,
and VA-35 defeated John Hancock expected: FAETU quintet, Lee Field took undisputedlead
7722. The forward hit
'
points in leading V -11 to a Operations, (5-49. peppery
6463. of NAOTC intra-statlon
70.49 conquest of Downing AC. Also unbeaten is VF-172 and for 26 points in this fray.
VF-31 won a pair of gamesin basketball league standing
In another fray, Hardage and VC62. The Blue Bolts tripped Fasron 109 wheeled out a
the Industrial League, FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
new
Sons tripped VF-173, 7262. Operations, 58-40, behind Ted well-balanced attack to stomp
defeating McDuff Hardware, The Jax Navy Fliers split a
VF-11 won it's second tilt of Noffs 22 points.In Supply, 5235. Ed Connell was
Florida of with the Parria
the week, decisioning VF-173, 71-35, then dropping it's lone appearance, VC-62 high for the Heavers with 11 pair games
Air National Guard, 3830. Island Marines, bringing their
5739. Jerry Bassett and Jack hit a high mark of 106 points points. .
record to 710.VA134
Green led the victors with 16 The Guard defeated hapless while holding outclassed Communications Ned Hall hooped 25 points and
defeated Fasron Six
and 14 points, respectively McDuff, 53.26, and then knocked to 40 of the same. Jack Lucovsky 20 as Supply later Fair hard-
58-49 to to win the Com Jax
FAW-11
,
,
Downing AC caught up with over Don Bloebaum hooped 25 belted VW.4, 6949. Phil Drennangot
wood title.
VF-13 later iiUhe week, post round out league play. markers and Pete Sheets rev 18 points in a losing!: cause.





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For Rent, Was Commissioned In '40It

iLL
2 rm furn apt, 4228 Woodmere, was 12:00: noon on TuesdayOct

Ev-93814 after 1630, Carr.. plop .. 15, 1940, when Capt. CharlesP. was," Sullivan said, ,pressing ,his

Will share house with cpl, Murray P Mason stepped up to a batteryof finger on the camera department ,

Hill, Ev-4650, Jones microphones and read his or glass display case.

2 rm cff apt, adults only, $50, ders. Then he ,turned and salutedas "There's where, the.Captain's
"
4633 Ramona Ev-98101 Hurl. offfice was, declared Fritch,
the Flag of the United States
nodding toward the large magazine
Bert slowly ascended a slender pole, ,

1 bdrm Turn apt, $40, 218 Kings. placing the U. S. Naval Air Station stationary. .section..

berry, Ev-94973, Quiglcy. at Jacksonville, in commis
5 rm unfurn apt, $80? 3664 River- Ignoring the puzzled expressions -
sion.This of clerks and the ,
patrons,
side, Ev-93718, Smith. week two friends stood
\ Will share house with cpl, 4814 where Captain Mason had !stood pair wandered about the build
ing, reconstructing it in their
I Louisa Ter, Ev-98996 after. and ,remembered the day of that ?
1600 minds as! they had first knownit.
Brigance.:
ceremony
3 furn house $50 4753 Bland- .
rm ,
Blvd Bliss "Wasn't much here then," commented "This is where I had my desk,"

I ing Chief:; Leroy E. ,Sullivan, Fritch said, patting the watch
&, $62.50
21 bdrm furn apts, $65 ,
BMC, who was 'starting )his third repair stand. "I started out herewith
2660 Forbes Ev-73697 Snow.
tour of duty at ,NAS Jar, this an orange crate, for, a desk
2 'rm furn apt, child accepted, .. _. with '
-- "'--'- time. Composite Squadron and an'apple box'for' a chair.
130 E. 9th, Springfield, Blair. '
CERAMICS-Picking up again after a holiday''shut-down Is 62. Time sped by on mercury wings
Furn apt, util, 2604 Post,. Ev-75- the Ceramics class at the NAS Hobby Shop, Building 896. Taught while the two "oldtimers" rem .
963, Bray Itr Mrs. Barbara Scott wife of Navy chief stationed at
a : M declared Theodore Fritch
JJN: nisced and it
time
: soon was to
NAAS Ga. classes held from 1900 to 2130 Tues
Will hare home with cpl or lady, Glynco, are every
4419!) Wabash, Ev-87013, Bocttgcr. day and Wednesday. About 200 have taken the course in the past, Jr., wKq has been'the station's leave. Reluctantly they passed
year, using the two kilns provided for baking and glazing. Left civilian' Chief Clrfrk for more through the double doors again,

to right are Marion Rhodes, AG2; Mrs. Scott; C. ,J. Hubert, DT2, than 14 years. into the bright Florida sunshine
2 bdrm unfurn apt, 619 Center and Lt. (j jg) Richard Veenstra. "
"It didn't look anything like "The station sure has changed,
Ev95867, Baiter. '
/ this when we first saw it," he muttered Sullivan
:2! bdrm unfurn house, gar, avail
IToslitaliZationConsidered added, indicating the surrounding "Yes," Fritch sadly agreed.
Rescue
Feb 1, $90 M531 French, Ev- BuoyAids .-- -- .- -
host of buildings. _

97038, Rigdon. To Downed AirmenThanks "That road, ,Yorktown, was
4. rm unfurn lower apt, 917 Ros-
brick then, wasn't it?" Sullivan
sell, Ev-82655. to a new deylce developed
asked.,
Share home, all priv reasonablenear Be Deductible for the Navy, Naval
"Yes, and it was: the only one
Roosevelt Blvd, Ev-89223. airmen downed-at-sea stand
a
The income that military per. on board the,station All the rest
3 rm unfurn apt2902 Cherokee, chance of being rescued'much
sonnel collected during any hospitallzation of this'was sand and brush -
Ev-96326, Whittington. sooner than inthe past. "
"
period during 1&54 as far'as. you could see.
1 bdrm turn apt, gar, adults, 1233
'
Ingloside, Ev-93567. is considered deductible under An Air-Sea Rescue Buoy, to "Remember the trouble we had (Personnel are ,invited to visit

1! 4 rm unfurn house, $58.50, 4530 the Income tax provisions In* aid in locating survivors of naval finding a place to park our cars the USO Servicemen's Club at
aircraft and vessels aban-
effect for 1955. without getting stuck in that
Ev-84956 Addie. 37'West Monroe Street. The Clubis
Marquctt, ,
There certain limitations doned at sea, has been developed sand," Sullivan said, smiling at ,
are from 0930 to 2330
3 bdrm unfurn apt, gar, $65, Jax open daily.)
by the Woods Hole Ocean-
to the the memory.
ruling.
Pa. Thursday, Jan. 27 Surprise
Beach, Ev-73658 after 1630, Institution .
ographic at Woods *
drick. Pay received covering the Night;;8:00: P. M. Dancing to Re
period when hospitalization or Hole, Mas*. This institution is "Saysaid Fritch, "have you cords.
t J bdrm turn home cpl, Murray
,
under contract with the Office .
administration building
because of teen the old
confined to quarters
Hill Ev-91428. Friday, Jan. 28 5:30: P. M
r' illness is subtracted from of Naval Research since you've been back?"
gross Cafe Italiano
Spaghetti-.Supper
turn 1511 Barrs Ev- ;
},p 2 rm apt, !, "
82407 income before the tax is com 1 "No, replied Sullivan, "let's go 8:00: P. M. Dancing to Records.

1 5 rm gar apt furn, cpl, $65, 2601 puted. One limitation is that look it over. It was the only Saturday, Jan. -10:00: A. M.
amount of such deducted Effect OfContinued building on the station when we- -
Park, Ev-82770, Houston. the pay ; Open House! All Day; 8:00: P. M.
I cannot exceed week. first arrived here, wasn't It?"
$100
a Dancing to Records.
1 bdrnl'furn apt, 8524 Matera,
a ( from Page 1)
6 '112-88244 Sadler. Personnel will need a statement With Fritch leading the way, Sunday, Jan. 30 10:00: A. M.
from the doctor hospital possibility of leukemia and other they headed for a stucco concrete
or Free Coffee, then off to church
4617
I bdrm house kit equip,
I 1' 3 malignant growths in those directly structure labeled by a sign as the
from indicating
'' Ulmer, NAS ext 7C9, Raker. or a superior with junior hostesses; 5:30: P. M.
the time absent from the exposed. "Navy Exchange Retail Store". free
Vespers
2140 Community Sing ,
unfurn $50
3 apt
rm gar ,
: College, El-55269, :Murphy job and the' compensation normally I "Six hundred units of nuclear !I Quickly mounting the few refreshments courtesy of..the Du-

(,: received, to support their explosion are definitely fatal to steps, they pushed through the val chapter of War Mothers; 8:00P. :

'y' For Sale claim. human beings. They stand a 50- double, doors. M. Movie-"I was a Communist

4 2 bdrm home $750 down, 5907 You cannot include such nontaxable 50 chance of survival with 400 "Here, by the door, is where for the FBI". *

t Oak Lake Drive, Wesconctt, income as subsistenceand units, and a better chance o!,survival the officer-of-the-day's) office Monday, Jan. 31Ping Pong

? after 1730 and wknds, phone quarters allowance when on lesser dosses," he added. Instructions with Frank Puskas;
? NAS ext 319. Koopman Wins Honors
figuring out"1 your salary per Ensign Yanders, who holds a Fencing with Don Oates; Skatingat
S bdrm house, $1,500 equity, 218
\ week. Too, you cannot Includepay Doctor of Philosophy degree from At AE School Skateland, reduced rates; and
W. 44th El-36750, Wall
,
.I; C. B. home, $1,500 down, 8177 Old which has not been taxed the University of Nebraska, at- Elmer Koopman, AEAN, was Bowling.
because It was earned in a tended Northwestern Universityin the honor student in last week's Tuesday, Feb. 1 Game Night,
Hilliard.lliscellaneous
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ti Plank Rd, Ev.86933,
"combat zone." Chicago for a year and served graduating class from Aviation Wednesday, Feb. 2 Dancingto

Further Information can be for eight months with ,the Oak Electrician's Mate School Class A the Music of the NATTCenter

Want ride from Murray Hill, 0730 obtained from a pamphlet Issued Ridge project in Tennessee. at the Naval Air Technical Train- Serenaders. '

to 1600, NAS ext 669, Eckles by the Navy entitled "Fe ing Center.A ..

5 riders wanted from area Five decal Income Tax Information", one-half Cathedral Parish in St.
percent per year on the veteran of sir years In the Augustine -
Points to NAS 0700 1530, .
invites all servicemen and
unpaid balance. The interest rate Navy Koopman has been assignedto
6122 0 & R 2518 Herschel ,
or
Shop Reveal on insured :non-realty loans (used Patrol Squadron 34 at Trinidad their families to visit its Service-

Ev-87421, Varnadoe. by some lenders for farm or business South America. men's Club. The club'Is located at

Hiders wanted from Southslde (Continued from Page 1) loan purposes) may not exceed 4 the Lyceum, two and one-half

Estates to O&R 0700 1530, insurance part of the loan. a three percent discount or Farmer: "You're I a brave lad- blocks south of .the Post Office

\ Radio Shop 4262, NAS ext 8232, Three types of loans are per. an equivalent sample interest coming: down In a parachute In a on St. George Street.

'S ,Russey.. missible; (1" Trt purchase: rrm rate of 5.7o per year. Fees and 100-mile gal like this!I" Each Saturday the club is openat

.' struct or poverh(2)(( ) charges may not exceed those Soldier: "I didn't come down in 1930. There is a free snack '

1 To Seek Jobs To buy a farm, farm land, stock, allowed by VA. 'chute. I went up In a tent. bar and dancing from 2030.

feed and seed, farm machinery,
., .... .. .,
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In and other farm supplies and : 'r'N"", : : "" 7;':: "
Medics
} For equipment. ((3)) To buy a businessor

..,..
otherwise to enable a veteranto "

) Civilian LifeAn undertake or expand a legitimate ,

business venture.To .

experimental project that secure a GI loan, a veteran

may' help enlisted personnel 06. usually makes his own arrange-

i tain '''civilian professional credit ments through the usual lending

for their service experience i is channels, such as banks, savingsor

ready to get underway. building and loan associations

_. Starting about Feb 1 detailed mortgage: loan companies, and the

questionnaires will be sent to .
like.A W dF a
15,000 technicians in the Armed GI HOME LOAN may be

Forces medical facilities guaranteed against loss up to

: If enough of them express Interest 609c of the loan, with a maxi 9,

f:. in immediate employment mum guarantee of $7,500. On the

?' in the field ,in, which they gained other loans, VA guarantees the
.. lender against loss up to 50tf> of
'. military,experience, the National
the loan with a maximum guarantee .
will to ,
League! for ,Nursing : try
of $4,000 on real estate
': arrange credit toward a nursing real I ______ __ ___'__'_m_
certificate or diploma. (AFPS) andup to $2,000 on ,non
estate loans. SEMINAR LEADERS-Seven Air Intelligence and Photo Interpretation officers of the Naval

Isn't it odd that a girl who 1 fs The interestrate, on guaranteedor Air Station took part in a seminar for student ensigns at Aviation Ground Officer School last
involving real week at NATTCenter. Left U right, are:.Lt (jg) Robert White: CAG-17 Lt. (Jg) Robert MaISIe.
afraid of a mouse will go out with insured loans 'VF-171; Lt. (jg) Phillip Schwimmer, VC-62; Lt (j Jg) Gilbert Haraes, Vd-63; Lt Bertram UdovUn,
A wolf estate cannot exceed four and AGO Scltool, moderator; Lt. David Russell, ComNab- and Lt (Jg) James Newton, ComFalrJax.r :.

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