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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1955
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VOL-12 No..47 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 3 March 1955

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District; Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville; Fleet Air Wine 11; Naval Air Technical Training_ _Center__ __

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;;Ltty kv, +:,Q r? *: :; :i 2.500 To CPO Ratings

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The Navy expects to promote 92,000 enlisted men to

higher rates following service-wide examinations held in

aKY February.The -
cw Bureau of Naval Personnelsaid
than advancements made after the
it plans to advance 2,500 pet-
August exams However, fewer
a ?, ty officers 1st class to chief pet
first class ratings were tested. In
Y ty officers an increase of about
February
1,050 over last year despite the
Promotions to chiefs ratings will
fact that exams:: in fewer ratings
be ,made In five increments of approximately -
wore given this year. Twenty-
one-fifth of thelist
three thousands POls were eligible
each in May, July, September and
to take the exams.
November, 1955, and January, '
Largest number of advancemonts ( -
_u_.._,__ ______ will be to the petty x officer 1956. Advancements to pay gradesK6
; Eanti F;-4 will be effectedin
MAKING WAY FOR PARKING 3rd class rate, with 58,000 men
New -Here is a scene that is scheduled to be advanced out of three increments of 5Qre in
ParkingAreas repeated several times I at ]May, 23: "'r in July and September.
CA G-4 Back From the 100,000 eligible for the test.
Mainstde! where 'construction The Navy introduced its new
New petty officers! 2nd elutes
of four auto parking areas is
Training CruiseWith now in progress The new parkIng nlll number 21,000, nod 7,300\) system of multiple computation
UnderConstruction spaces are not additionalones will |M, luhunrod to petty$ officer I- with the recent exams. The cred-
Jacksonville based but are being built to replace iting of one point for the Good
Jt+ class. A tidal of G:>>,OOI)
Carrier AI I r Group Four others which are to be Conduct Medal was Increased to
given due to building were eligible/ for the TO'J rates
con
aboard, the U S S Intrepid up four points. Credits for of
.' years
struction. The excavation aboveis and 35,000 for 01.
steamed into Mayport Tuesday for the new parking space at The 89,500 anticipated piomotlons service and service in pay gradewas
following a two-month training the corner of Saratoga and doubled. '
cruise in the Cuba area.. Four designed Wasp, to the re&r of the new to enlisted pay grades 4 .
new parking areas, -
through 6 are about 5,500 less
electronics building
The Intrepid will leave the : _.
Co replace other areas be- I Decided
Mayport basin again Wednes ing evacuated to make way for Why .

day for a one-day training construction of buildings, arc now Safety Mark Of 90 Days
To Recnlisl
operation off Florida, with CA being built at Mainslde and will

G-4 still aboard. be completed in March or early
After unloading planes and April. Without LTA Set Here As the date of expiration of

personnel of Air Group 'Four enlistment approaches for most
The upcoming construction of
this morning, the ship is sche- the Overhaul and Repair department's The longest record of lost-time accident free days at men, they find themselves undecided -
duled to depart for Norfolk. I Naval Air Station Jacksonville has come to a halt. I whether to "ship over"
new helicopter building, .
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Va. this afternoon.College ----------
adjacent to the present structurehas On Tuesday, March 1, old man jury. or request separatio .n

caused the biggest shift in i accident sneaked through the Each man !
THE NEW LOST-TIME accident i
Study parking facilities. The hundreds! lines of defense and struck down free days record is an accomplishment has his own II

of cars parked next to 0 & R on I one of the Public Works maintenance of which all handscan particular, per- ;

Courses To Wasp Street will have to be: employees. justly be proud. Many com- sonal case and i
moved to spaces now being provided -; mercial industries consider it he weighs the I>

: Civilian and military person- quite a feat to reach the 1,000- problem care- j

.Open[ Soon New parking spaces are spring nel industrially employed had 000 man hours goal without a fully. To aid j jt

,Four will ing up at the following locations: completed 90 consecutive days, lost-time accident. t the man to I
spring
courses
be offered through the Corner of Yorktown and Ranger, or well over 3,000,000 man hours PREVIOUS RECORD posted make up his j jI

General Extension Divisionof (Please Turn to Page I, Col. 5) of work without a lost-time innInD'S here was 61 days without a lost I mind, the Jax Cox

the University of Flori- .... .... .. ,' '10,.. time injury. The station has now .Air News is beginning a new
da with enrollment begin- had but two accidents in 121 days, series entitled "Why I De-

ning Monday, March 7 or translated further, over 4,000 cided to Reenlist whereinthe
through March 14. 000 man hours. man himself gives his own

Station industrial officials reasons why.
The courses, approxi- safety -
mately 16 weeks in dura- a have nothing but praise for "The advantages in the serv-

tion, are American History : the exemplary showing in acci- ice today are much greater

. (second semester), Fresh- dent prevention. In establishingthe than those offered in civilian

man English, Basic Mathe- new safety record, it is pointed life Security and the chance

. matics and English. out that every employee, mil- for advancement are impor-

Enrollment fee for each itary and civilian, played an important tant when choosing a career

course is $21. Courses are part in the elimination of and the Navy offers both of

held one night a week. ____ human suffering brought about these advantages and more,"
,
Courses are available to ."'. -,:" ,, by injuries says Smiley Cox, FN, of Operations .

all military personnel, their ''" / tI at Mayport.
and civilian : Cox, who hails from Travelers -
dependents employees
of the Naval Air I USS Coral SeaDeparts Rest, S. C., reenlisted in

Station. Further information fax the Navy for six more years.

j and registration is I ;;:, Gene Rupert,

available through the Edu' i., ., The carrier USS Coral Sea has AD3, of Overhaul -
cation & Information Office left the Jacksonville area after and Rc-
at the Naval Air Tech.. :' completing a 10-day trainingcruise I
ir: pair, a veteranof
n
: v
nical Training i i Center, with Jacksonville unit? ,
Building GOO, Room 233, r.lt, aboard. 11 years, f

Extension 8388.WEATHER : Docking at Mayport carrier who reenlist-
ed ]last week
basin Monday to unload Carrier

OUTLOOKFriday Air Group 17, Composite Squadron for six more,

Partly cloudy. and EYE VIEW- Jack Burkhart, AT2 with Patrol Squad 62 and Cherry Point-based iiaa thiS to say: Rupert

warm ron 18, shows one method of hunting "enemy" submarines during Marine Fighter Squadron 122 "The Navy has taught me
Saturday Scattered showers current Fleet Air Wing Eleven anti-sub exercises. He is perchedin personnel and equipment, the the only trade I know, and
and warm. the plexi-glass nose of a P2V-3 patrol bomber. However, scanning Coral Sea departed the same
for subs with human eyes is difficult because of the high took care of me and my fam-
Sunday-Partly cloudy, little I altitude, darkness, and rough seas. Patrol bombers must! rely on afternoon for her home base at (Please: Turn to Page 9, Col. 5))
change in temperature. I sensitive "eyes" for locating; undersea raiders. Norfolk. '



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Pace Two JAX AIR NEWS 1955



-:: y 10 Points To Remember Reactivate MCAS.


J11KPubll"h..t Near Beaufort

Tax Form
When Filing The. old Naval Air Station

f\rry Thursday for Navy and Marine acthktle at N.val Air located six miles north of Beaufort
BUtlon Jacksonville.. }t'I.. ...
incorns )
F.d.reI
.. 0' .ncclss 0" S. C. hAJJ been
NAS, JtcLi.BiilUCapt. (This i. the I" i in a Service has provided reactivatedas 1
John S. Thach ..__.._._-._..._.._Commanding!: OfficerComdr. By this time ot the year, the Internal Revenue a Marine Corps Air Station
John N. Mjeii -........-._..._...._.k::KM-cuth Olficei with forms for ''h< tax returns.
n moat taxpayers vMbs : with advance housekeeping
llttt Air Jatkcoailll* the personal and
Rear A._._._._*___..._. Commander If you have not reived your. they can administrative units due .
Capt. JtkhaiU O. Ui et.no: >.___...__.._.............._......................Chief of :Staff: the nearest' revenue bureau or almost any bankor to arrive '
!! affairs officer there by the end of
fleet Air Hiif Met: en July.
Cant. Edwin J. !P 1 Young ...._........._?.........._....._................. ....... Commander Dost office. Tactical units and
Comdr. *Tank D. IIe>er ... ..... .. .. ......................,...Chief :Staff: Officer -- operational -
Natal Air Techtital Trululnf Cntu Here briefly we' a few points I owe the government money, send squadrons will not arrive until .
Capt. Henry C. I>Inir ..................._......?.?............*-.._...?...Commanding Officer I when sit I later
Comdr. Edward W. DI hop.................... ............Executive Officer to be remember you it along with your return. a undisclosed date, it

Edward S. Lowe .., .......Natal...._.__tUtpiUICapt. _...._....._..Commanding Officer down to figure out your income I -Take time to find out what was revealed by Major Victor
Capt. L. A. Newton m.._........M*._...__.._....lAicuthe Officer! tax bill for 1954 : deductions you are entitled to and A. Anderson, representing the

Capt. Wilson R. natltctr. .. ...NAKTU..., .. .... ,.,Commanding OfficerComdr. 1-If you are unmarried and you i also the requirements for exemp Commandant of the Mann I e
Laurence .. Stcffcnhagen .............. ........_..Executive; Officer can claim a number of deductionsit i I tlonlJ-- 'ou might be able to save'ourlt'lt Corps.

Tit .TAX AIR NEWS Is published. weekly at the U. S. Nasal Air Station probably would pay you to fill I I
Jacksonville, flotilla, and printed commercially I with non-ap proiulated funds form (10401 I In money.
at no expense to the government and in compliancellh NAVKXOH 135. ilev. out a long ( rl'port-I I 7Be sure to report all your income -
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed fieo of rharRp at the Naval Air Station, ",eNnui Ing your income. I
Air Technical Training Center N'utal Air Uenene Tinlnlng Unit, and the for the year-if you don'tand ..Pl\J
U. S. Nasal Hospital. 2 -Mot married couples' !nave
i i the government finds out, you .
Jodllol'-.Andr..w II. flnney money It they file joint rather i iI tR\I\: E$
Spoils KJilor- Gordon Robbie. JO3: Staff Repot.tera- .-Jack Hulmec. Pill; I than leturnn. could be prosecuted.8If .
(Thai lea Earl JON.: separate II
intend to deduct the
The JAX: AIR NEWS l III n member of the Aimed Forces Press Seiflce 3 You end no money when you
AFI'S material appealing In this publication may not be reprinted without the short form (110- wages you received 1 during sick CATHOLIC
the written (mission\ of Aimed Fnues: Picas Mer\ I ice. Republication of other you file on I
matter except by Fen Ire publication, I U prohibited( without pcimlstlon of 040AI.) I. periods: of last year, make sure Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900.(} J 1000 .
Editor. JAX AIR Ni\\S.:
Editorial offices! located Main Administration" Bulldlnp. Phone extension> 4-Be MIre to enclose -the "B" 'you get the certificates needed toprove St. Edward's Chapel
0346. 216 and 8161. copy of yOU1'.2 form when you"were ill and also that Saturday-0800.

Mending In. your leturn. Don't you received the money you claim Daily-0630.

It Costs You NOT; To Ship-Over forget: that the W-2s provided by to have been paid. Sunday-0630-Mass at Hospital

M M M MBMMMMMHMpMMOTHMiMMMMaH HMB MMB* service finance departments do I Along the same lines, make Chapel. ,

not list allowances, which are not certain that you have the documents

'Think9 Before Turning taxable. to prove you are entitled to MORMON1930MondayNATTC

5 ..-If you earned less than $5- .the deductions you claim on your Office.CHRISTIAN. ChpIain's -

000 In 1954 and ale filing on the Income tax form.

Down A Navy CareerYou long form, the Income tax must 10-And last-.make sure you SCIENCE1900TuesdayMainside

be computed from the table pro- get your income tax returns to Chapel

vkled the Internal nf''mt'I I the IRS by Apr. 15 the deadline. Office on ramp.
NOT to by
nay you are going reenlist and make the Navy PROTESTANT10930All
Service for such incomes If you (AFPS)
your career ? .. Saints' Chapel.
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Mate you evidently have not given thought to the! income you > >. a>3as 1100-All Saints' Chapel.

are throwing away! t 1000-Naval Hospital Chapel.
Note: Addresses of local
No doubt all of us look forward to the day when dome rich churches may be obtained by

relative might die and ItaveIS 50 to $60,000 In cash bonds, or calling the Chaplain's Office. 4J5.

equivalent interest in a business. But only a few give thought to 1 .

the fact, not having any rich relatives, If one remains in the service t 'a *:i' All Saints Chapel

and transfers to the Fleet Reserve as a chief petty officer after
Schedule Of Activities
-- 20 years of service, that he too can have a monthly income equivalent -

to $55,039 invested; at 3% interest, which is $1,651.08. Divide Sunday, March 6

$1,651.08 by 12 months and you get $137.59-the amount of retainer 0800 -.- Episcopal Communion

pay for a CPO after 20 years of service. Service, Chaplain J. V, Nicker-}

RETAINER PAY FOR 21 YEARS service is the income equivalent son.

to $57,792, or 114.28 per month, and that for 22 years and one 0930-Sunday School age" V-

day the income would be 159.76 based! on $63,904 invested at 3% Jr. High, Building 804.

k.. 0930-Prote tant Service' t>t M-
It has been said that a retired Englishman who lives on his
vine) Worship, Chaplain p F. W.
monthly remittance and without a penny In the bank, when asked ;; Pieper.'

what he is worth, will always give you an amount equivalent to

that from which his monthly remittance 1M derived. Hence, without Pr J100-Protestant Service of Divine
_
Worship, Chaplain M. A C.r.
a penny to his name, he can state if his remittance is $137.59

per month that he is actually worth $55,000.It penter.

1215-Sacrament of Hal'UM"' ) ,

is ti tie that some concerns pay higher wages In civilian life. 1900 The Protestant Fellowship -
BUT have you ever talked to the man who works for those concerns ?
Group, Building 804
Would they do it over again and would they follow the same pursuit?
I I AGO GRADS Two graduates -' March 7
Monday
Some will say yes, because they have no other calling. Others will Two Brazilians from Aviation Ground Officers 1600-1900 Interested, members

definitely say "no", the cost is too great and there is no surety of School at NATTCenter -
Mill receive further of The UFP meet to prepare
employment. training
Among AGO and remain here as students at "Chapel Mouse".

IF ONE WORKS FOR THE Federal Civil Service, h. must contribute Naval Air Weapons System 1900-NAS Glee Club Rehearsal -

6% of his wages towards his retirement fund, yet there is School Grads Moon School., honor Left is student Ensign of Ralph the Small Chapel l, Building 751.

BO assurance that he will remain, on the job to obtain retirement be. latest
graduating class
and right Tuesday, March 8
ause of the inevitable "reduction in force" incident to changes in Ninety-seven students, includingtwo is Ensign Verne Hildebrand. 1930 Informal DiMe 5t tlllf' ,

political administrations. Too, the retirement 'pay is invariably lessban Brazilian Navy officers, a In the center is Lt. Raymond 804.
Building
{ the Navy retirement pay. doctor of science and a former i I Chamberlain, administrative l
I officer of AGO School. Wednesday, March 9
AU.American football player from
The man who works for a commercial concern may receive high Princeton University were I executive officer of the'Naval Air 1930-Mid-Week: Lenten Service; ,
graduated

wages, BUT he has to pay high union dues, with resultant lower Friday from Aviation Ground Reserve! Training Unit at NAS, de- "On The Way To Easter .
'
take home pay. Too, when a strike is called, the business agent Officers School at the Naval Air livered the graduation address. He Gethsemane", Chaplain G. H. Got..C-

sails the men oCt the Job, wages slop-causing undue hardship onthe i Technical Training Center. i emphasized the importance of the fin.
j
wife and children.IT ( reservist to March 10
I the present over-all Thursday,
The
I Brazilian officers
were !
i[ defense plan of the United! States 1530 Junior Choir RtnMI'NlJ,
IS TRUE THAT SOME unions guarantee retirement pay. Jayne Costa and Sylvio de Si- '

But what does it amount to? $50 to $100 per month, with the long I quelra, both from Rio de Janeiro; I+'II I and explained how the hard core ages 6.14.1900All.

haul to await social security payments,, if so entitled to them, at the science doctor was Ensign ,j: of the active duty Reservist would 11 I I Saints' Choir Rehears.
| be the nucleus of Naval ,al. If you can sing, we need y 1111.
the age of 65.Assuming. Armon Panders formerly with the manpowerexpansion I.I

that you came into the Navy at the age of 22, you the Atomic Ail-American Energy Commission was Ensign; Dick and I II -In'C8.e 4!. a-of emeigency. \ Three Morning t Services

can go into the Fleet Reserve at the of 42 and then
age commence Civilian i
: Golf
Kazmaler
who was graduated Club Added For Protestants
work in civil life and work up your entitlement in Social Security 'i
from Princeton in
1952.
benefits and receive them, in addition to your Navy retired' pay ,. Slates Tournament I Beginning this Sunday, Match
This 17th
AGO class
the largest
when you reach the age of 65. 6 a third morning service will be

In recent month.", was the I The first in a series of proposed added to the regular AH Saints
In addition to the above benefits for yourself: your dependents lat one scheduled at the Training

will be entitled to free medical treatment and hospitalization in a Center until May when anew "I tournaments will be held by the i Chapel addition Sunday to schedule.In the 0930. service

hospital of one of the Armed Services. Too should anything happento group of more than 200 reorganized NAS Civilian Golf conducted by NATTt

you while in the Service, your dependents would be taken care of Naval officer will report) for Club March 12 at Hyde Park usually the 1100 service
and
chaplains
under the Survhor Benefits Bill which will be enacted during the the eight-week court*. links
Malcolm Carpenter
current session of Congress. These you do not obtain while working Two officers, Ensigns Ralph l All civilian led by Chaplain an
,
employees are Chaplain
cordially
NAS Protestant
In civil life.ABOVE. Moon and Verne Hilclebrand will invited ,
to participate in 0800 Communion 51'vice
attend Naval Air Episcopal
Weapons
System the
ALL, ONE MUST give thought as to what his needs School at the flag-type tourney with four will be offered each Sundav

will be when he reaches aruage when, private industry says he is too and the others Training have been Center prizes to be given away Entrance by Chaplain J. V. Nickelson *ho
fee
assigned will be .
old to work. As a retired man from the Navy or Marine Corps, you billets for further\ schooling one dollar. has recently reported to NATT
'I. can look forward to the mail Play will get underway at 0800
always : man bringing you that monthly! Uu-oughoyt, the United States with
remittance of 3% on $:>' IOOO", and without worry about medical or Ensign! Moon was: the honor student all ,entrants reporting directly -

hospital bills Over 65,000 men on the Retainer and Retired pay roll)] ) of the claws I lo No. 1 tee. No entries loTI ,
will bt-
indicates that a Navy career is a.good thing. (From Naval Affairs). Comdr. Lawrence Rteffenhagen, i.I tournament accepted committee after reports.0830, the

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VF44, Fasron VA-104, VC-62, VP-16, Fasron 109, VA-175 Report Exchange Pilot



I Scouting i JacksonvilleVF44 Area Squadrons For Leaves Academy VF-173



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Alfred Chriaman, AK1, of the Supply ,
44 Chief Aviation st An Air Force pilot exchange
Fighter Squadron l Office, who was one of 227 on
:Machinist Mate Ralph Jones applicant out of 1800 who was 1 v duty with Fighter Squadron 173

waa appointed as the squadron's accepted for OCS. lie will leave 111 w leave Jacksonville this month

leading chief. for Newport in May. for Lowry Air Force Base, Den

The 34-year-old World War n The sporting news for the week ver, Colo., to become one of the

vetwan has been serving with has a few sour notes on the bas first instructors assigned to the

Fighter Squadron 44 since it was ketball front After bringing the new Air Force Academy.

recommissioned in 1950.: winning streak to eight with a A veteran of 100 combat missions

Chief Jones enlisted in the Navy 93.33 defeat of VP-16, the team in Korea' with the 39th

Sn 1939, saw duty in the Pacific went down to defeat at the handsof Fighter Squadron, Capt. Henry

during World War 11 Flying as a mighty VP-18, 5974. Another L Warren has been scivin.g with

an observer gunner from cruisers loss to VA-175 in double VF-173 since August 1954 Before

he was aboard two ships that were overtime of to Jax he memberof
by a score 65-80, coming was a
sunk by enemy action in the South leaves them with an 8-;J record. the 83rd FighterinterceptorSquadron
; .i
Pacific The squadron's bowlers rolled ; at Paine Air Force

Returning to the States and undergoing over VW-4, 4.0, with Lt. Sherm x ., t' Base, Washington

hospitalization he then Brent leading the way with a 529 "THIS IS MY MUST tour of
was transferred to NAS Bunker- -I-'
series
duty with the Navy" Capt. War
hill, Ind, for duty. *
,I ren said, "and I sure have enjoyed
As "old
an timer" in Fighter VP-16
it"
Squadron 44 he saw action on the
Pilots and crews of the "Eagles"are Capt. Warren had little trouble
front line while serving with his flying in an anti-submarine
Checking out in VF-173's new FJ-
squadron aboard the USS Lake training exercise this week, look-
3 Fury jets, since he has flown
Champlain and the USS Boxer In Ing for the elusive USS Cutlass.VP16's ._,_____.n- almost the same plane in the

.Korea basketball team was TO AIR FORCE ACADEMY "That's one of the things we Air Force where it is known as

edged out 71.63, Friday in a game do not have In the Air Force", say Air Force Capt. Henry Warren the Saber Ai for the Fury, he
Fasron Six with VW4. Lt. (Jg) M H. Watson (left) to Ensign George Knits, as he points out the folded wingsof says, "It's a wonderful plane -
Fares Six has added two new sparked the losers by dumpIng an FJ-3 Fury jet. Capt. Warren, on exchange duty with lax
of the finest I have
chiefs: John William Petty, AMC, in 19 points.Congratulations. Fighter Squadron 173 since August 1954. will report to I/owry one ever
who arrived from VC-62 and John to K. V. Wall Air Force Base, Denver, Colo., as an instructor in the new Air flown
Force Academy ALTHOUGH JIE IS looking
William Baird, Jr., who has beenenrlng AM2, who joined the married
on board the Coral Sea ranks February 19th at the Immaculate action in anticipation of the annual team of Fasron 109. Others returning forward to his new duty at the
admin mat rla1 to civilian life Don Air Force Academy, Capt. Warren
(CVA-43)). Both Richard :Metz Conception Church in / inspection were

and Jose Balderrama have been Jacksonville D. J, Simons, AT3, whic'h111 be conducted by the Oswalt, AK3, a capable memberof said he was very disappointed

advanced in rate from MNSA to also has "begun to brownbag" as! Staff of FAW-11 in April. the bowling i and volleyball at having to leave VF-173 so soon.

MNSN of last Thursday. Success describes Fasron 1095 teems, Jack Yundt, AT3, and Oai- His biggest regret is not gettingto
mako a cruise on a carrier with
S land McDowell AM3.
The, squadron extend: a big fat semiformal party held last weekat
S c the squadron especially] not
VA-164 "welcome aboard' to the follow- the Roof Garden ballroom of
getting to land on a carrier and
New chevrons, new crows, and ing men: M. C. Harris, ATI; "0. the Mayflower Hotel! Dancingand VA.175The
cigar smoke was the theme in VA- following men reported catapulted off it .
Z. Williams I AEC; M. A. Trutna, a well-rounded snack bar
:304 distribution of aboard in thelast few weeks: Capt. Warren's first two years
followingthe
AMI; R L, Karlson SA; R. W. made the evening an enjoyable occasion -
the recent petty officer advance Gaumond, SA; L. J. Ver Hoef, SA; for all hands David Mitchell, Jr, AM3; Robert with the Air Force Academy will

list. R. K. Beswick, SA; A. E. Bartell, The basketball team is makinga McKernie, SN; Allen Havens, SN; be spent at Lowry Air Force Base

Thirty "Hell Archers" advanced SA, and H F, Crowe, SN. fine allowing with a firm grip I Michael Craziano, AEC; Roy where the academy will conduct

up the petty officer ladder and S on third place in the Intramural Mann, SN, Maurice Khngler, AL2 classes until construction on its )

reaped the harvest of their eN FMron '109 Irfague. Missing from the. "Bea and Jess Garland, ADI permanent home at Colorado

foils put into correspondencecourses Comdr. Roland Hasti'elter. held vers' cage squad this week is A number of men left the Springs is completed He expectsthe

and other studies. the squadron's monthly personnel Tom Herrman, YN2, a mainstay. squadron during the same penod academy to receive its first

Ken advanced in rate and their inspection last week Two men Tom has been discharged and will They are Guy Carrol, SN, Arthur students this summer.

new rates are; Earl Alldaffer, were presented Good Conduct return to Uniomville: Pa Stites, SN; Orville Jones, AOC; AMAN, and James Blown, TN.

ALt; E. J. Biome, AD2; D. W. Awards Curtis( )flU r. ADC, Peter Ball, AE2, has also hit the Andrew Jenkins, AN: William William Keough, TNI, and Rex -

Bone, AD3, B. L. Cheat ham, AT3, fourth medal, and Raymond Lam- discharge trail Both he and I De\eieauv, ATS; John Hamilton, Fox, PNJ:! both received lettersof

R. I!. Cleaveland, AE, C. E. Coun- bruno, BM3 I Herrman were members of the t AM2: Robert Boggs J: AK2: George commendation for outstanding

tyman, AM3, J. C. Culver, AT3, The squadron Is humming with Atlantic Fleet runner-up softball : BauUh, ACAN; Donnie Shelton, services as peisonnclmen Keough
J F Detloff. ATS, C. T. Ellis,
who has been with the squadron;
AM3; M. E Felts, AK3; K. W. ,... ,
'It' for nearly four years is being
Fowler AM3; T. F. Frechette,
transferred to the Naval Receiving
A02, R W. Ceyer, AD3: J. )(.
Station, Washington, D C.
Crooms, A03; D. F hand AD3,
Fox is going to separation after
R M Hayes, A03: J. II,. Howard, b
a and a half with the squad
AT3; J. }.[. Kassen, AD3; C. H y $ year
ron,
King, CSt, R. R. King, AK1; W.
Lt, (j jg) Ivan Park now has the
K Lytle, AT3, J. C. Peters AD3;
distinction of having made the
K, G Petersdorf, A03; D. II Tall-
07,000Ih landing on board the USS
madge, AT3; J. B Tedder, AK1; r"_ s ;
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C Vincent, AT2; P. J. Waaland, Coral Sea
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SH3; D. L. Witchie, YN3. __

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There have been> few dull moments Seminar Al CP

for the personnel office dur-
Four top Overhand and Repair .
week with the Coral
ing the last ,
department employees will be in
Sea qual cruise detachment returning jL- .
Cherry Point, N. C. this weelc, at
after a week's work on F H
1' lending / on management
the big ship, and six new men re N NSI
improvement programs scheduledat
porting aboard. '':JyF+ k'M jtwXf9y
r 3 R
tho Marine Corps Air Station.
.
New faces Schuster '
are Henry ,
Atd a. .ivY tulA' v: Em lf M.tnon/AP.vn 4 Walter A. Stanul, production en.
AECA; Thomas Feaster, AMAN;
gineer Morton V. Haas cost .
cotittol
Donald Kehoe, Jr., AM3; and John COMING AND GOING Fleet Air Wing Eleven was a hubbub of activity last'week with ;
Engelman, AMC, all from Barln squadrons coming and going In left photo above enlisted men of Vl'-5! burst out of a R5D cargo- specialist; Warren L. Lewis
Jimmie Reed troop transport shortly after landing at NAS. The 306 officers and whltehats spent their winter In production engineer; and Clayton
Field, Foley, Ala. Argentia, Newfoundland where they have been on deployment since last September. Comdr. William J. Perry, supervisory budget specialist .
AM3, reports from Corry Field of VP5. In at VP-3 aboard in series
Matton is skipper photo right personnel climb for Argentla a will represent the local
and Sidney Meadows AE1, checked of airlifts. The "Huskies" are replacing the "Mad Foxrs" of VP-5 at the northern alrbase. Doth
In from NATTCenter.. VP-3 and VP-5 are "sub-hunters" attached to FAW-11, Comdr Jack Grayson commands VP3. Overhaul and Repair department.

Ensign John Osmond, Jr, re-

ported from at Washington Photo InterpretationCenter D. C., but I Be On The Lookout For The Mystery Safely Man j

leaves again, this time for a
wards accident It is believed that all another employee engaged in such
erulse on the USS Coral Sea Be on the lookout for the prevention to play employees

A surprise working uniform Inspection Mystery Safety Man. I the part of Safety mystery manor (military or civilian), can and will unsafe actions, he should counsel
him to correct the condition The
last Friday revealed that Beginning March 7, the Mystery woman. Their identities will spot these unsafe practices. For
man or woman who created the
squadron personnel normally weer Safety Man will make his be kept aecr&t.rERSONS example, failure to cross an intersection condition could be the Mystery

clothes that are in good condition appearance and his efforts will CHOSEN as mystery : in the crosswalk, falling Safety Man.
On the whole, the rating was
be different than other mysterymen i clean after If the violator turns out to be
to
good to excellent. Pilots were in- men from time to time will commit up a job, perhaps

spexted In full flight gear with I -he wants to 'be discovered. unsafe acts or create unsafe blocking an aisle, plus any the Mystery! Safety Man, the per.

the emphasis on Flight Safety, It's all part of the Industrial conditions. People picked for this number of other seemingly harmless son who catches the unsafe act

and the next day saw new gloves, Safety Program aboard the star assignment will be specifically In- acts which could lead to mis will receive a crisp, genuine two

washed g-suits, and a few pair of tion. Certain persons from various structed to avoid conditions or acts hap. Such acts as these will be dollar bill, free

new big' top flying shoe departments will be chosen that would prove hazardous to staged by the mystery man. The person working beside you '.

Congratulations are in order for for their receptive attitude to- themselves or others WHEN AN" T>, fPIX>VF.K find I could txa the Mystery Safety Man.




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4 -I- Seabees Set Birthday

Party SaturdayIn

i..: : honor of the 13th anniversary
of the Seabees" enlisted per
sonnet attached to V-l Division
:. "few and officers of the Civil Engineering

rft : Corpsof the Jax area will
It was old home week for celebrate with two birthday din

Norma Fleming last Saturday ner parties.The .

when the Crackerjax traveled to ,. party for enlisted men of
.
Carpp Lejeune. A surprised and >;?' < NAS Jax's V-l Division, their
::
bewildered Norma was greetedby : r ;' wives and guests will be held

her brother Pvt. James Flem- '" March S, from 2000-2300 at the
ing and his wife Beverly. Coming Dutch Mill located on Phillip
down from Frizeysburg, Ohio to Highway.

join the family reunion, was the The celebration will include dinner
star forward's mother, Mrs. T. C. floor show and dancing. Dress

:Fleming. will be informal and guests are
asked to present their invitations

"Poots} In Review": That's the upon arrival This party Is being
title of the coming Wave show provided for by the recreation fundof
which will be put on' through V-1 Division.
the. combined efforts of NATT- The birthday dinner for officers
Center and NAS Waves. First aft of the Civil Engineering Corps of
S. .5 5 the Jax area and their guests will
meeting of the cast was a tremendous 3 4
success as 60 girls turned ot. be held at 1830 on March 5 at

out to take part in the coming the NAS Jacksonville's Officers'

production. Watch your bulletin Club. Traditional cake-cutting

boards for time and date of rehearsals TRANSMITTER STATION A galaxy ,;of electrically charged wire veins lead to the Radio ceremonies will highlight the oc
Transmitter Station, simulating another respect that the unit is considered the heart of communication casion.
is in the restricted at the end of Mustin Road.
Here's the dope! Nothing definite I at NAS Jax. The__building_. _._ __ located_ area ._.._ .u S' .__ __..._-" ..-.- ..-...--. ....-. ---
but from the results of a eI riTn
Radio Transmitter Is
get together of all softball player

and Miss Hansen, it looks like the
Waves will be suppotting three Hub Of Communications

teams this year NATTCentcr,

US Naval Hospital and a combined You do not have to be ]located once and repair of these transmitters I! Z f A
Crackcrjax All Star team amid i the hustle and which is the main function s.

consisting: of all three commands. bustle of Mainside to performa of transmitter personnel, communications
Details. have yet to he determined. vital job at NAS Jax. Way at NAS would be ata
off in the "boondocks" area virtual standstill.

Know Your Shipmates: Jean is an activity which demonstrates In addition to a regular work

Larson, aviation photographer, this well the Radio schedule, a watch slander and a
holds what might well bo called Transmitter Station duty technician are on hand at

the most unusual job of any Wave I Eleven men operate the station, all times. There is also an aux-
.
on. the station. Jeannie Js the and In "spite' of the lack of proximity iliary generator to provide 'powerIn -J

official driver for Capt. Henry to :Mainside, none of the an emergency.
'.
DcLong, commanding officer of men have become candidates for *

NATTCentcr. Despite the fact the French Foreign Legion. Transmitter personnel not on
that she is on call most anytime, Radio Transmitters began operation watch bunk in the regular NAS t .
Jean thinks her job is fine and at the beginning of World barracks. They muster each morn
considers! it good duty. War II and have kept up steadily ing at the Mainside electronics.lab 1
with the overall growth of NAS and are carried out to restrictedarea

WAVE SHORTS: Singers Want- Jax. Set amid a maze of wires No. 5 by truck. MAZE OF EQUIPMENT Pointing out a salient feature of
and three 150-foot antenna towers To keep personnel occupied during the complex radio transmitter to Fritz Jipson, AN, (left) and
rd!" The Catholic choir is in ur- the building itself. houses off-time there is some recreational Dallas Rodermund RM2, Is Clarence liiggerstaff, ETC petty officer
gciH: ) need of soprano, second, and some 35 transmitters capable of activity, including softball in charge of the Transmitter. The equipment being used I is
alto singers.: In fact according to among the newest.
and basketball.
transmitting anywhere In the
Alston director the choir
Barb world. Clarence Biggcrstaff, ETC, pet-
will! welcome anyone who sings, e e ty-offlcer-in-charge, says that per SAFETYBox 200 Navy Men
hums, or carries a tune. Make it
The transmitter are operatedby sonnel at the activity don't mind
a must to and be at practice on Wednesday remote control from the various -- being away from the "busy part Score To Be Feted At

\ Friday. activities aboard NAS, suchas of town" and they like the set-up
:Mixed choral club still needs Radio Central, Operations, fine. Attached to Radio Trans Disabling: Injuries Through
Waves and Lady Marines who FAW-11 and ComFairJax Communications mitters are: Dallas Roclermund Tuesday, March 1 Pal Day BanquetApproximately

like to use their vocal cords. The unit Is really a RM2; Lester Brown, RM3; Don This Month 1
Rehearsals arc every Monday go-between in the communications Ryan, ET3; John King, ETSN; This Year 1 200 Navy men
evening at 1900. set-up. Without perfect mainten- Richard Bartsch, RMSN; Teddy Days Since Last will be the guests of Jacksonvillecivic

Welcomed aboard NAS for a Shroyer, SN; James Natoli, AN; Lost-Time Accident 0 clubs and business men at

tour of duty are Joyce Miller, Fritz Jipson, AN; Victor Puckett, a USO "Pal Day" banquet tonightat

SA; Wanda Earwood, DKSA; AN, and Jerome :Kelly, AA. the George Washington Hotel.

Rita Hoskins, SA, and Jane Baker, This activity is under the jurisdiction I Representing a 11 commands
ETSN. of the NAS Communications SOS based at the Naval Air Station,

Married: Cecilia1 Adams, PN3, Department, which is headed Cecil Field and Mayport, the men
attached to Personnel], NAS, was by Lcdr. John F. J. Stlnson.CROSSWOF. I Ii i: were selected on the basis of in

married over the weekend to dividual merit. Each will be the

Sgt.' Pete lluyer.lh'olllcrs $ itfir -.... PUZZLE. I I personal guest of a civilian business -
man.
ACROSS ", Z 3 N s b 1 9 9 10. IIIJ
Prohibit Entertainment will be furnishedby
] On
Carry 4-Shut noisily I 2 //01. a well-rehearsed Navy talent
8-Strike
Son ice TraditionTwo 1J-Unit Ii /b ,1 troupe who scored a hit two
+r 4 1'jb trY 15 1tConceal16Slameee-Crippled weeks ago in Waycross, Ga. The
of four brothers in the Na- t/fr d, Eft'1 cei' ; r9 2a troupe is emceed by Lt. Sam
Ktnegadet !l
T.il Service are doing a tour of 18-Late 21 z! 2H & 2TfT o Brewer, and consists of James
duty together at the Naval Air 20-Vessel Emmitt
& 11 Direction I Morgan, TD3, baritone;
Weapons System School at NATT- 23 27=-At Level no tint .7 ;S 9'o y / b23y Rodifer, AN, pantomimist; Ltjg( )

Center. They are Charles and 29-l.. ave OUt 3 oio 35w Rose Coleman, accompanist and
Clifford Blevins, both seamen: ap- 12 11--Dutch Tardy town 1 soprano soloist; and a Wave trio
pi entices, who joined the Navy in 14-Shallow', vemlJ5 .b /h Dp composed of Barbara Denton,
- October, 3954.Attached : $-Hall! Yl "'" : : vz TD3;. Margaret Lawlor, PHAN;
37DepressionSs.Meat : : : :
to Personnel
Support of calf and Ella Mae Lewis, AT3. Lt. Ted
.t the school, they are members -nickname41 Man's py Mgt M5 t/A Mr HI W0 Morgan, Service Information Officer -

ct the maintenance crew. Their -Above V 49 SO SI SZ nr is in charge of entertainment.
tome is in Chattanooga, Term. Communists
4*-Arabia (pott.) SOl ss I Intended to create a closer relationship -
Their older brother James, Remedies
Joined the Navy In 1946 and served + :: H-Insect Stlnrlnc >7 -r st1, II 59e.15.4 the civilian between the the idea servicemanand of the '
,
(4-Leak through
with the Seabees, at Guantamo
Pay, Cuba. Another brother, William Ordinance 55=Affection *...?s,-! ,........ ... banquet originated in November
17 New z.1an4KIlI.. when Jacksonville joined 500
14-Old 40-FI\II11
Joined the Navy in 1950 and II' drops
parrot ,I-Once Mound 25-<5lrl'* name 4-Urnll other American cities in observing -
is attached to the Atlantic Reserve U-Female sheep track 26-Actual: 44-Apportion
(W.) -Man'a name 37-1010' to ana 4S-I'urk Gl-Pal Week. It worked out
away
HATS OFF Saucy Hilda ,
Submarine :Fleet. 65-Abstract belrg 7-Intertwine.V fro 47-Kdlbl:
They reported here from boot Ectevez, young and pretty Mi* ,. .- -Form It-Volcanic 41-1'\'trrr.cn need' so successfully that in a recent
ami model for DOWN 9illuminated10Fruit emanation tree
stands prepared meeting ofclvic.ctub representatives -
tfaining, at Great Lakes. drink -Provide crew 4*-Inquire
any water emergencies. Recently 1-RMp 11-Footilke part 1'reposlllon. 54-horn' held at the Jacksonville USO
Hilda ,got caught in a Plliuter !7-Shade of color 25-1leclare it-Afternoon
violent' thunder shower 'and I-rtlt r bstk J*'Tropical trult 17-Chanced party Club, it was decided to repeat the
SOS was completely drenched. 'The I 1- :.?-Drink' heavily color'of I-r.lrl'. dine Pal Day dinner on an even larger
sombrero to for protection. (Answer c.n> Page 1)) I scale.I .






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Lunche served daily 11301300.
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Dinner served daily 18002030.
Mar. 3-Family hour at the bar;
select bar drinks at reduced

prices. .
-._ Mar. i-Happy hour 1600-1800;
CAG-1 Visits .. Notice happy hour Is now two
i hours long.

"... Mar Monthly steak fry-
'Far Places9On
Johnny Jelinek and his orchestra

; 1 playing from 2100 to 0100 in the
$L
MidwaySince -v Anchor Room. .

,. ', r Mar Sandwich lunch 1100-
leaving Jacksonville last 1700; Buffet dinner 18002030.
December on board the USS Mid- Mar 7-Club closed.

way; the men 0 f Cartier Air Mar 8 Game night, calling*
Group One have been "living it starts promptly at 2030. Giant

up", in "far away places with and small jackpot, many other-
strange sounding names." prizes including cash; and mer-
January 6 the Midway steamed cliandise. Come early and enjoy a
across the equator and welcomed tic ; delicious dinner. Everybody has

aboard King Neptune and his fun at game night.
court. a Mar. 9--"All you can cat for a
WHILE THE "shellbacks" .(the buck." You can't go wrong on
name for those persons who this Wednesday evening special.It's .
have crossed the equator and t Y unbelievable barbecued
have been properly initiated) in ; fresh spare ribs with baked egg

the crew watched approvingly, noodles and diced chicken, potatoes
King Neptune's court carefully x 'vegetables, tossed green
initiated CAG-1's 700 "pollywogs"the salad, cloverleaf rolls: and butter,
ra; > dessert and tea and coffee You
( name for those persons who -
have not been initiated into the can't afford not to come out for
ranks of the "shellbacks.") n dinner Wednesday evening
Nine days later the Midway For The Jjulle*
pulled into beautiful Table Bayat Mar. 2 .Officers' Wives' lunch- ,

Cape Town in the Union of con.
South Africa. Here, on the southern Mar 9 o'aslon Six: Wives'

most tip of Africa, the per- : luncheon. ..
sonnel of CAG-1 hit the beach for i Mar. 10-NATTC Wives': lunch-
their first liberty since leaving eon.
the United States. Looking for a Saturday night
TilE NEXT PORT-of-call for suggestion? How about charcoal)
the Midway was Colombo in Cey- ON TOUR WITH JAX \ broiled sh loin steaks at the Offi
lon. In Ceylon the officers and to this pictorial montage cers' Club. Served hot, these
men of the ship and air group and visiting "the far off pi r"J steaks are as good as the best
the Seventh Fleet In the Far ( ) Johnny Jelinek will be on deck
visited Buddhist Temples tea
,
USS Midway is preparing to <<
with his
factories and spice gardens,' rode South Africa. (2)) Neptunus seven-pieee orchestra for
rickshaws and elephants, and ing crossing-the-line ) ( ) your listening and dancing pleas
looked silks precious VF-lOt and Lt. W. J. Shute ( ure. Make it a date for the 0'
over gems,
of American Ambassador to ( ) Club steak fry the first Saturday
hand carvings and many other sailors prepare to tour )
In month
unusual items stocked in Ceylon's AN, and n. R. Stanley, PIIAN every /
numerous shops. attached to VA- 15. ((6)) Ed Ima Club Member says "Thank
while visiting the village of Mr. Davis for
of the ( ) you taking the supermarket -
On the 29th January, weighed In jewelry store in I out of the lobby. Now
USS Midway left the port of
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I con get coat without breaking -
1 my
Colombo for Singapore where it
my toe on & case of beer."
Time Is
Seventh'
Joined the U. S. Fleet in .
the Far East.WAC.
Musicians NeededAny
1I
musicians who hnve had
Your State
: : : :
I
Band
: : ): : : small band or combo cXt'lencoplease }
contact Charles Connor,
(Thil: 'i Mu I.d l of i ..,1.: ) : : :
AT2, at the Fasron Six electronics
To Play Following is the final listing shop.
and how they affect members : I

Oregon-$3,000 active duty and $200 for each dependent. Eight
March 8 i is excluded from gross income hundred dollars additional exemp-

tax years after Dec. :31, ion for dependent mother, father,
The famous GOpieceV AC Members of Armed Forces son, daughter, brother or sister of
Band will present an hour's'free extension of time for( filing unmarried taxpayer.

concert at the Naval Air turns and paying taxes 11'it';eonJn -- $1,500 active duty
: I
Station Tuesday March 8 at they serve 90 days outside pay is excluded during 1953 and
:2000. The concert will be given United States State allows 954.. Extension of time for filing -
from the stage of King Hall, : sonal exemptions of $600 If returns and paying taxes is
located in the NATTCenterarea. ,I gle, $1,200 if married and $ granted to servicemen outside the
for each dependent. I United States on the date their
The only WAC Band in the I II I Puerto Klro--Members of ; ;: ; ; : taxable year ends or the date returns -
Army, the unit is permanently ed Forces outside Puerto Rico ; are due, until six: months
stationed at the Women's Army: defer filing and paying :: : : after discharge: but In no case
Corps Center, Fort McClellan, : tax. No exemptions for [ '; : after June 15, 1958. State allows
Ala. The. band plays at Florida pay. Territory allows : ; $T credit from tax if single, $14.
State March 7; at Jacksonville : exemptions of $800 if single, $ It married and $7 for each dependent -
Junior College at 1030 on March if married and $400 for each (AI<'I' ),
9 and at the Florida Theatre pendent. .
evening performance March 9. South Carolina I n c o n\e AE School Honors
Under the direction of First Lt. members of Armed Forces
To Charles King
Alice Peters of Coal Grove, Ohio, to same computations as for
the WAC Band is a versatile unit. eral returns. State allows Honor student in last week's
Its members turn from concert sonal exemptions of $1,000 if 16-man graduating class from Aviation -
If married and $400 Electrician's Mate School
music to dance rhythms.One gle, $2,000
of the features of the pro- each dependent. Class B was Charles King, AE1.
Stationed in the Pacific during
gram at the coming concert will Tennessee-No exemptions
his! naval service he has
most of
be selections by the special 16- service pay. Only taxable ,
piece dance band. This contingent is $25 or more from dividends ( been assigned to Experimental

has made a big hit wherever it interest Squadron; Two Chfncoteigue,
'
has played. > l.'i.h-No exemptions, r ." ., ,. I J' a.T .
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Vp.18 Second I Ij TME-OUT I | I



.. With i Gordon Robbie
Straight Hardwood Title

For the second straight

The well-balanced VP-18 basketball squad proved itself j year, Jax Navy basketball
will be treated to
'" I big wheel of the Mainside intramural hardwood league for fans a top-
A hardwood show when
the second year in a row, putting a well-oiled machine into flight .
the Sixth Naval District Bas.
:4 use for a 76-59 victory over VC-62 in a battle for the loop
ketball is contested
, title at Mainside gym last Friday. Tourney
VP-18 closed out the season with here all next week.

I' this game, piling up 13 straight i Fasron .109 swept a pair of games, Although the number of game

wins in a like number of outings. defeating FAETU, 78-50, and VA- per day and pairings Is awaiting

Prior to the big tilt, VC-62 helda 175, 65-50. final entry of competing team,
Rex Fox, with 14 points, and
9-0 mark I all games have been definitely
Dick Shomber with 11 VA-
paced
It was anybody's ball game until scheduled for the Mainside boards
175 to a 45-42: decision VP-
over
:
the eventual winners began I For the benefit of newcomer
16. Don Onsrud led the
pulling away in the late stages losing J 0" } to NAB Jax and for those
five with 20 tallies. ,
,i' of the initial half VP-18 was a a asT who hate forgotten last year's
Personnel fell closer to the cel
ahead by a scant 14-10 margin event, the 1934 tourney, was replete
lar after dropping 75-37 boutto
after the' first ten minutes. of play a with thrill .
Communications. Later Fas .
but held a 36-20 lead at halt-time. % Nine teams were entered in the
ron Six nipped the Ad : __
Hal Kuhn :and Jim Robinson, Building double elimination event with our

I'\I- utlaJo, N. Y. prep and collegiate crew 6547.: :.a: c'o Mct Fliers coming up with the till*.
STANDINGS ,'42
) hardwood performer. dl. Tear W. L Pet. 16 games were spaced over seven
m-led VP-18'n, crisp, floor VI'-18 ................ 13 0 1.000
gome.In VC-62 .......... ...10 1 .909 days.
addlUon, Kuhn did well In Fairon 109 ........... 8 3 .727 RETAIN CAGE TITLE: Victors of the Mainside intramural Jax Navy bested Pensacola In
Hospital .. ........... 7 3 .700 -
the tteorlng column with 19 Fairon) Six: ........II' 7 3 .700 basketball circuit for the second straight leuon'Pll is ready I the finals, 95-80, after breakingthe
marker. VF-172 .... .... ..u... 6 3 .667 ing for the ensuing playoff with NATTCenter's yet-to-be-crowned Goshawks' back in a fourth-
VA-175 ........ ....... 5 5 .500: champion for the All-Station title. The Patrolmen went undefeated i
High man for VP-18 however, VW-4 ..,.......,k? 3 7 ,300 round tilt, 11898.
Operations ..,....".,. 3 8 .273 through 13 games, downing leading contender VC-62. 76-59, for I
was Ken Bluener with 21 points, VP-18 .. ......... 2 6 .250 the championship. Team members are, front row (left to right, The same three clubs are
mostly on layups. AI L u t r i n Communication ...,. 3 9 .250 Herb Henderson, Ken Bluemnef, Al Lutrin and Don Schmidt. back this year, with different

showed up well for the Patrolmen, Supply..3 Personnel ............ 2 9 8 ,200FAETU .250 Rear, Ralph McKnJght, Mary Jeffries, Hal Kuhn, coach, and Jim personnel in most cases. An
the ball several II... ........, 2 9 ..183Lejeune Robinson.
stealing on occasions. other eight-team field is counted -

He recorded 16 points on.
VC-62 found out the hard way ANP) Keglers *

the truth to the old adage, "You er i al t. In going through the double
} Hold Slim LeadEd
can't win ball games with only two elimination tourney undefeated,

scores" Don Bloebaum, with 24 Daly of.Airman Preparatory Jan Navy piled up 388 points In

points, and Whitey Beasley, with School is packing all the indi four games, a lofty 97 points per

12, were the lone consistent point. vidual honors in his hip pocketas game average.

makers for the losers. NATTCenter bowlers continue Pensacola, with 4U markers in

Second place in the league their, hotly contested activity. six games, posted a strong 83.7

standings was snared by VC-62 4 1 nab xx. Daly's scoring has kept his points per game mark.
with ail open race still on for the Frank McCaffrey's Flier quin
team atop the league with Avi-
remaining positions! in an ensuing ation Ordnanceman tet has only two men Captain
School "Bees"a
playoff for second place. Dick Tate and Junior Casaeil left
Six ChillsWaves'
mere one game behind.
In the near future, VP-18 will from last year' great club. And
square off against the NATT- Leading in high game with a this pair has been together

Center rage champions for the 225 and high series, with 588, throughout their Naval careers. _

AH-Station crown. Time and Title HopesHopes Daly is tied with Max Way, also From boot camp at GreatLakes

site to be determined at a laterdute. of ANP) School, for high aver- in June, 1951, the two

age with 163. were Heat to what was then NAH

r In other activity last week of the Jax Navy Crackerjax for the East Coast Airman Preps hold high team i Miami to Join VP-23. Tate and
out VW-4 58-57 mark with a 921 game and 770 CaMril for the NAS Miami
Hospital edged ; servicewomen's basketball championship were smashed last I I played
,I'; I weekend by a twin 'defeat at the hands of the Camp Lejeune team average. High team seriesis I Hurricanes during the 51-3:
held by AO "B" School with
*ea on.
Women Marines, 65-59 and 56-17, at Camp Lejeune.
2466. *
TWO-BIT CLUBHal the brilliant of
Despite play .
Camp Lejeune were: Jean Lar-
When the base was changed Into
VP-18 court forward Pat Gorsky, who scored sen, Pat Ashcraft, Pat Czulewe- a :Marine Air activity they
Iullclassy ,
AO Five Presses
69 points in the two games, the
l icz, Jan Gaudette and Diane Fitzpatrick -
performer, entered the Two-Bit were. transferred to VW-4 at NAB
Crackerjax were edged by the '
Club for the fifth straight time Jax, Mar. 25, 1952.
shaip-shootlng :Marine sextet.A
this year and strengthened his The Ciaekerjax face two weeksof NATTC Leaders"Jumping Both Cassell and Tate are in

hold on the individual scoring pair of high-scoring forwards, hard practice before the FlorIda their third year with Jax Navy's

Elsie Stephens and Peggy Comp- State Women's Tournament Jim" Littleton of I basketball,, wmad. Cassell also
lead.K'u ton, scored 50 and 47 points, respectively March 17-19 at I Naval Air Weapons System
h n bucketed 26 points gets underway has two seasons of varsity football
while hU. mates Were hum. for the Globes. Tampa. School, with 26 points, kept the with the Fliers behind him.

bling Communications, 113-53.: Wmr* Lead At Half Play"will be under NationalW Missiles atop the NATTCenter The *,He ran hardwood performer

Bob Fahy, Hospital, and Dick Pat, with her sister Gen I, and in a n' s Scholastic: Associationrules. basketball league last week. *, U discharged soon,

Powers, FAETU, entered the the long-range shooting of Shirley Present record of the Sax The NAWs quintet won a pair are both from Kentucky Tate

Club for the fourth time. Fahy DcLavergne, kept the Crackerjax Navy sextet stands at 266. of games, defeating Aviation I III from Richmond while Coatril

went in with a 27-point performance in the game right up to the final Electrician's Mate School, 5245. claim Ashland, suburb of Cat

while :Powers' got 29 whistle in the opening tilt. Baseball Candidates Later, the Missiles tipped Train lettsburg (or Is it UM other nay

markers. At half-time, the Waves led, 31- ing Facilities, 33-21. I around( ), at home

Don Bloebaum, VC-62 king. 30. With Gerri Gorsky and Nor. Ou! At NATTCenter Aviation Ordnanceman School: *

pin, found the way into the ma Fleming both out on personal also grabbed off a pair of wins I At the present time, Caatiell ispondering

Club for the second time, garnering fouls in the final qUal'ter'the Jax With a squad of 25 candidates in the closely contested NATT an offer from The Cit

35 points In a winning Navy crew was unable to check turning out nightly, coach Chuck Center race. The Gunnies defeated adel. The wearer of uniform No.

effort against VP-16. the Lady Leathernecks. Dawson of the NATTCenter base Special Services First 10 went up there for a basketball

Newcomers are: Bob Rine. The Globes outscored the Crackerjax ball team is putting his players Lieutenant, 61-55, and measured game and came away with a foot-

hart, Communications, 35; Ken 19-5: in the fatal last quarter through an intensive conditioning Airman Preparatory School, 25- ball invite.
Smith, Fasron 109, 28; Ken program. 20. More on the hardwood sportt

Bluemner, VP-18, 26; and John Pack of Wild Home The NATTCenter team, open Meanwhile, Aviation Storekeepers The USS Coral Sea basketball

Kerfoot, Communications, 25, In Sunday's tilt, with a chance : only to sailors and marines of the with Zeke Ruane, Ted squad won the ComAir Lant cham-

ROSTKH: to tie for the crown Coach Jack Training Center, will compete in Westberg and Bob Tartter durp- pionship last week at Norfolk.
Kuhn VP-18 .. ,33, 29 27. 26. 25!
Powell .FAETU. 34. 34. 29. 29Fahy. : Lucovsky elected to gamble with the Jacksonville City League: this ing in shots, defeated Marine Aviation They bested Sanford's Sea Fads,

T. foof Hospital. VF-172 ,,.. 33, 50.27.: 26.27.: 2Drenlh 39 Gem Gorsky in a guard slot. It summer Detachment, 54-51, ComFair Sax entry

Fairon 6 .It.... %, 25.: 25Bioehauwn : Gerri would be able to
VC-62 .....,."... 33:), 25: was hoped
,,,,,.,,,, 35 stem the eagle-eyed Globe for.
Ewing I tFumSI'f' ::.....,..,. 29 Cause Stir In Four-Ball Links Event
Tend, Fatron 109 ............ 28 wards. Upstarts
fimllli, Fasron 100 ............. 2flWelnhold In reality the experiment worked
VA-175 .............. %
Drennan WW-4 ...... .,....... 26 with scoring under Saturday's A pair of upsets sparked matches, Joe McDonald and Myers-Harris d, R;y s-Floyd;
Bluemner. VT-18 ,............., ,26 .
Hall Supply 25 mammoth total. Also, Mary Andersen Comdr. Harry Harty downed Salvus-Bassett d. Wortnel- Williams .
.u in the Station
; VAETU ;::::::: ::: opening play
Hi-aught, ,,, 25 in at Gerri Gorsky's; abandoned Lew Chaff and Joe Werner ; Ken fit 1 d Bratcher
Kertoot Commua .,..."....., 23 Four-Ball Golf Tournament
forward position, helped A. Xeschak and Milt Hurst d. Kirsch-Wiiulow
with several rebound shot last week. 24 team entered eliminated George Ayers and TWO MORE rounds are to

MAD Holds Smoker FSWT Opens Mar. IT' the competition. George Elliott. be played in this event.

Sgt. Ralph Morales' sluggers The final result, however, held THE DUO of Chuck Strater SECOND FLIGHT play went Also last week, Fleet golfers

from Company 06 at Airman Preparatory to the cold fact that the Lejeune and Harry Webb defeated Lou as follows: Hornebuckle-Hall defeated their Shore counter.

School edged out Company !Ladies had too many horses for Brozo and Fred Benoit in one d. Oakes-Capt. Thach; Benak- parts in a match for the March

OS's: boxers last Thursday the local gals. upset while the team of Char. Welch d. Page-Westmoreland; of Dimes, 11H-10V4.

night in an intramural boxing Guard' play of Bev Bistodeauand lea Summitt and John Maze Coward-Gushanas d. Drayton- Comdr. Meyer; and Lew Chaff

smoker at King Hall Anne Simmons was outstanding was tipping Comdr. Frank Flynn, and Mabry-Wessel d. were tops for the winners.

06 captured five out of eight for the losers in the Sunday Heyer and Ken Field. Genata-Campbell. Brozo and McDonald paced the

bouts on the card. Four of the contest In other championship flight In the third flight: Comdr. Shore squad.
eight fights ended in TKOs. Also making the long, trip to

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I 6ND gage Tourney Begins Monday At Mainside Gym :



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Flier QuintetTo ." Charleston! Parris Island :

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Defend. .'-";. Included In Strong FieldThree J


6ND CrownThere'll t more entries have been received for Sixth Naval! I

be as many new facesas I District basketball play to bring the tourney field to seven

old ones when the Jax Navy : teams. Late entries are Pensacola Navy, KB Key West and

basketball squad takes the court : Memphis Navy. J
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next week to defend it's Sixth Four entries, one of them tentative, have been received

Naval Distirct Championship on to date for the Sixth Naval District Basketball Tournament

the home boards.Experiencing beginning Monday at Mainside gym It's hoped to have an

one of the poorest eight-team field for the week-long double elimination event.

years ever, coach Frank McCaf Charleston Receiving Station,
frey has held numerous post-sea- Parris Island and host Jax: Navy Navy two weeks ago, PI at that

ron tryouts for candidates wish have signified definite intentions time held a 95 points per game

ing to make a spot on the club S of entering The Jax Marines area scoring average. The Islanders
for tourney play. tentative entry. held enemy scoring to a 78 pointsper

Most notable of the newcomers The RetSta: quintet competed game mark.
is Tom Nofs, 6-3 x Carl Mitchell's Jax- Marines
scrapper in last year's tourney, also at
from VF-172. Nofs holds the possess a respectable 15.6 record
I Mainside gym It was one of two
1954.55 NAS intramural scoring: Charleston clubs in the event. for the year.

record of 50 points in a single 3l Pros Propel PI Last minute plans arc being
contest. worked out by tourney director
After dropping it's opener to
Lcdr. Jay B. Maze and Frank Mc-
His height should in
prove Pensacola, 85-55, RecSta gaineda
valuable. It's in this department !i I life by' defeating Naval Hospital Caffrey, co-ordinator of tournament
that the Fliers have been the LEAD JAX NAVY The Jax Navy Fliers' hopes for a second play.Pairings.
Memphis, 8061. They were
,
straight Sixth Naval District rests the
/: Championship mainly on I
weakest all year.A I shoulders of this veteran duo. Dick Tate: (left), In his third year eliminated in the third round by and starting times will
lot is also expected from Ed with Jax Navy, has scored 732 points In 31 outings for a 23.6 points Green Cove Springs, 7051. I be determined at a meeting Monday .
Vuneman of Operations per game mark. Casse!!, also in his third season with the Fliers, I It'll be the first time in several at 0900 in Building 930.
Yuneman boasts is averaging.: 13.6 points per game. Roth are from Kentucky and I .
AerOlOgy'l have served together through their entire Naval careers. seasons that Marine teams are I
the Quonset Point .' __ eligible for tourney play. Both

same club that Leatherneck clubs are expected' I Rods andN&mrods

Navy from Eastern Navy play ;, ComFair JUH VF-43 to-make a good showing I

last season. I! Parris Island, under coach Ira

McCaffrey has also added newcomers Norfolk, finished second among Dig bass ale being taken all

John Drenth, Fasron Six, f I J Hold Ten-Pin East Coast Marine quintets. The around NAB Jacksonville, Green

arj Bob St. John, Hospital spark Margins strong Quantfoo Marines edged Cove Springs: Weloka, Klngsley

plug. I them out. Lake, Levy' Prairie and Lake .
St. John has been in the lineI!I ComFair Jax regained first place in the American Led by ex-pro stars Don Say George.! They're being i caught

up for four late season games I League while VF-43's Falcons kept a tight hold on the top age, Syracuse Nats, and JIm i with live shiners and artificial

while Drenth has been used spot in the National League as NAS intramural bowling Mooney, Philadelphia Warriors, Plug

only once. action heads down the home stretch. the Islanders are enjoying a very *
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In recording a dismal 8.23 record -j The Staffers gained a0 forfeit -- --- successful season. Speckled perch are biting in
with a 4-0 win over VP-16.
during a rough 31-game win over Hospital last week L Pairings Not Set Black Creek, Lake Lockloosa and

schedule, the Fliers amassed a I KTANIIINGRAMaaki'AN In town for a tilt with Jax Orange Lake on 11 v e minnows.!
while pedSen'lcee was dropping .. .. ... I
75.2 points ; : -------- -- -- --- Some nice catches
per game scoring ave I tKAOVK: ---------- --- -- --- are being re-
,
a (-0 tilt to FAW-11, .
Team W. I Prt.ComK
rage. Opposition posted 84.2 points : :lr Jjv ..... ... 21 I 7 .750; ported.R. .
per game mark. j Also" in the American loop, Personnel Epee. serv ...... ".2): 8 .714 Sports FromYesteryear P. Fengle, of 0 & R, and Andrew .
KAXV-ll ...... ...... 19 9 .679
Dick Tate, Flier captain and stayed In the running witha Personnel .. ... .....18 10 ,643 Strange boated :50 speckled

three-year letterman, paces indi I 3.1 win over Electronics. Communications Supply . ......... 16 16 .!.vw perch weighing: up to two pounds
(Communication .13: 1.464!
vidual scorers with 732 points, VF-43' Cougars Klectronlr: .... .....12 16 .429 TEN YEARS AGO TODAY last Saturday at Black Creek
tripped HcMPlUt .. "........11 21 .:.S44KAETU The Station Fliers closed the *
most
ever accumulated by a Jax I 31. . .. ... ... 1 21 a.riOVF41
Navy player. Cougars .. .,. 7 21 .2T>0 1944-45 basketball season: hold- I* F. Royal;, of 0 & R, and party .
The Kentuckians ,VIM Ends SeM ing a 25-6 record against top 1 caught four baM at Lake
per game average NATIONAL 1.KAC.TK:
is 23.6. Another three-year' Supply picked up eight points Te... W. I,. Pit. southeastern service and collegiate George, out from Pine Inland Fish

man and only other holdover from with a pair of shutout wins over VK-4.1 Fakonl! ......22: 6 .75 competition.After Camp. The catches weighed 12,
..... .........
VP-18 .28: 8 .778
dismal the
FAETU and Hospital, reapectlveiy. a beginning
last year's squad, Junior Cassell, I VA-175 .... ......... :21 7 .730: eight, seven and five pounds, respectively -
has iy. Vt2: .............18 10 .643 NATTCenter basketball Raid- ,
scored 419 points for a 13-6 V'F-173 ............. 16 16 ..00
mark. -18 closed ill National Kairon Six ..........14 ]4 .SOO era finished the year with a 13- For speckled trout enthusiasts
VW-4 .... .........10 22 .:411'1.172 :\ 10 slate.
This fish is biting real well
I League season a week early, poeting \' ,............ 7 :21 ,2fiO: now
a shutout victory over Fa. ron Fsoron 109 ... ........ 6 18 ,290 FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY on the flats, Just outside of the
Veterans Bolster VP-16 ......... ... :2 22 .H.1 Over 40 hopeful turned out for
109 and a 3.1 defeat of VF-173. ._.. .- Waucaaassee River, in the Gulf.
opening practice with the Flier S .5
: VA-175 Top".4 "I didn't raise my daughter to
Jax baseball squad. Ito.t times for fishing! thin WHit-
Ring Squad I I Ed Steele paced the VF-4S Falcons be fiddled with" said the pussycat
I Nine returnees were on hand end are as follows:
to a 4-0 defeat of VF-173. I M he rescued: her offspring
from the 1949 club. Saturday-0600) to 1200) and 1530
For GCS MatchCoach Steele rolled a 230 game on way I from a violin factory. to 1900.
to a 487 8 rie0.

Cliff Dauphanis of Jax I I VA-175 remained in contention .. ,.i ia ., Sunday-0600 to 0830; 1015/ t.
Navy will take a ten-man boxing 1415; 1600 to 1900.
with a 3.1 win over VWva.- .
team to Green I I
Cove Springs to-1
62't title hope stayed burning
morrow evening to meet the I L NAS Golfers
Bullets in a team match.

Included in the Jax Navy ring I STRIKES a Show Well At
squad are: Roy Jefferson, Bull

Gilchrist, Abe McIntosh, all Jax I SPARES ,

Navy mitt veterans. I SPLITS Ancient City

Steve Mayer, widely known in
I The Jax Navy duo of Comilr.
Jax
Navy boxing circles Is still
,
following the II I There was a rush to enter the r4Yf Frank Heyer and Comdr. Bill Barrow .

while in Korea. leather-pushers 200 Club as competition in NAS I lost semi-final matches in

intramural bowling leagues went the National Tournament of Golf
Mayer was boxing coach at Jax '
into the final week Club Champion at St. Augustine
Navy for I
two He's
years. cur last week.
rently attached to Marine
Air
Two men, Ralph Rkkett, Personnel 11 eye r lout a 2 and 1 heart
Group 13.Gass !
.. and Jim Manno, Fasron 1. s: '' 1< pltfBACKBOARD breaker to the ultimate champion,
Six, entered for the third time I Don BUtplInghoff of Orlando. Barrow -

In Judo this season. fell, :5) and 4, to Jack How

Bob Seibert of the VF-43 Fal I of Jrou ton.
Held
EveningsThrice cons and Joe Moore, VP-16, found Earlier, Heyer defeated V e r n

weekly classes in Ju- the way into the Club for the l I f Dimond of Lafayette, Ind, 2 and

jitsu are being held for service second time.Newcomers. 1, while Barrow was eliminating

personnel with an average of 25 a Lloyd Rlbner of New York City,

men an evening attending the are: Tony Gonzales 4 and 3.

classes. Special Services, 202; Edl I __ R. In the Hotel Ponce de Leon Beat

.. Sessions are held from 1900- Downer, Supply 202; John! BATTLE Action often get heated aroundthe Bull Tourney which followed the

2100 Mondays, Thursdays and Schock, VA-175, 225; Jim GorskI I backboards during an NAS- intramural court skirmish as attested I main event, the team of Lew

Fridays of each week at Building' VF-173, 204; Ed Steele, VF-43 bj this photo taken during the recent Fasron Six-Personnel I 1 Chaff and Chuck Summitt finished.
554 the Mess Hall. Falcons, 230. encounter at Mainside gym John Urenth ((15)), Fasron forward, second with <68-68< -136.
Wing Six and
Wood, Fasron Six. I and Personnel's Jim Harris ((22)), battle for possession of the! ball. I Tied for fourth'spot was the duo'
Also.Archie
,Interested personnel, male or Other identifiable players are Hob Deliourge, Fasron Six, in back of Comdr. Meyer and J..oU'Dr02 ,
female, can contact T'Sgt. Van 204; John Sutherland, VP-16, 203, of Jerry Hards I! Personnel, and Ron Nelm ((16), Fasron Six.
Mullen at extension 653. i i and George Ayers, FAW-11, 200. Nelms scored 15 points as the Banshees tipped Personnel, 6157. with 68-69 ]37.



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..rmIilDFOlt II[Data From Seminar To Aid 'Cane HuntersA -I Charter For


three-day radar meteorology

KENT seminar, sponsored by the Air Navy Cub .
1 bdrm. furn. gar. apt., $65, 4327 borne Early Warning SquadronFour

Hiawatha, Ev. 9-8915, Darling. famed hurricane hunters,
i
Furn. gar. apt, 2215 River Blvd. was conducted last week by Dr. Pack 131Navy

EV 9-8209, Johnson. Myron Q. H. Ligda, of the De-

3 rm. furn. gar apt., $50, 2636 partment of Oceanography and Cub Pack 131 receivedits

Myra, EV 7-2763, Cowart. Meteorology of Texas A & M charter last Friday at the Blue
end Gold dinner held in Building
5>> rm. unfurn. apt., 3105: Riverside College. .
EL 5- 398. A noted authority on radar ',612.
detection Dr. Ligda F The charter, linked with a national
storm completed
4 mi. unfurn. apt., 3081 HeJrick,
EL 5-7850, Seymore. a study with pilots, wea- l recognition streamer, a

3 rm. furn. gar. apt., $75, 2259 thermen and technicians of the silver bell plaque for program

Forbes, EV 7-3077, Durant Jacksonville:'based squadron. He t quality\ in 1954, and a blue bell

2 bdrm. bungalow, avail. March also contributed technical information plaque\ ,,for increase un: membership -
'
15, l 5248> Woodeveet Rd., EV 8- on the detection of tornadoes I (40 'Cub Scouts), was presented .
0151. and water spouts by ___ -1 to'Capt. Wilson R. Bartlett,

2211 radar. ,commanding officer{ *of NAftTU,
2 bdrm. unfuin. apt., $90, _
Blanding-Lakeshore, days, EL During World War II, Dr. Ligda and Cubmaster Carl E. Owens,

3-8025, or home EV 9-1245, Mo developed the chain of radar stations AOC, by C. F. Dickey of Scout

reno. in IJanama; and was serving Headquarters in Jacksonville '

1 rm. unfurn. apt., $50, 234 W. under contract to the U. S. Air I BRYAN TEX 2 DEC.t953- The presentation ceremony followed

4th, 112.85661 after 1630, Page. Force in the Korean conflict, in ", inspection of the Cubs by

l Free rent-Share large house in control of weather devices in that Capf.. Bartlcit after. the. dinner..
*. S '
return for help with light housework theater of operations. .
3605 Rendale Dr., EV 8- Technical information contributed A TORNADO IN PHOTO Here is what a'tornado looks like The dinner was served on five
as seen on a radar screen. There is no mistaking its ominous pre decorated tables for the
t 5440. by Dr. Ligda on the detectionof sence. The radar observation was Included in'the radar meterology judged
.2 rm. furn. apt., 528' Clinton Dr., tornadoes and water spouts by seminar conducted by Dr. Myron Ligda of Texas A & M. The awards by Lt. and Mrs. Lewis
112-84702. radar promises to be especially seminar was sponsored by Jax Airborne Early Warning Squadron Page. Den 1, with decorations

.5 rm. furn. apt., $70, 4219 Long valuable] to VW-4, which is pre- Four. based. on the theme of Abraham

fellow, EV 0-8816 before 1900, paring for the coming storm sea- Lincoln;', received first honors.

Elmer Post. son. Housing Act Eases Home Den 5, representing Iwo. Jima' ,

3 rm. unfurn. apt., 2902 Cherokee was runner up. The two Den

EV 9-5326, Whittington. mothers were, respectively Mrs,

3 rm. furn. apt., 1218 Challen, Marvel Dowling and Mrs. J. R
EV 9-0291. Loans For Career MenThti LaCroix.

3:I bdim. turn apt., $65, 2700 W. Tribute was paid to Cubmaster

Lakeshore Blvd., EV 9-4291, }..IcI I. ( It th. fifit of two rtlcli On provision Applying to rvlcmn In the maw Owens, who has held,the jOQ for
Ntttontl Homing Act.) and is surrendering
three
now -
Go\van.; SALTY HUMOR FROM All career servicemen now can obtain government-insured loans years
turn. 65 1024 River it to another, so far Unnamed.
:1'/' rm. apt., $ ,
for news homes on liberal terms similar to those previously avail
Blvd., Orange Park, 11282223. HERE AND THEREThe As a token of appreciation
able only to discharged veterans.
2 bdrm. house, 5316 Jennloe dr., Cub Pack presented him with a
circuit rider was asking the The National l Housing Act,
Lakeshore, EV 84949. Administration. The maximum traveling clock with CubScout_
hillbilly girl if he could speak toher passed by Congress last year, does .
Widow will share home with cou I amount H 17100. insignia.!
.
father."Naw for the career man what the GI .
UNDER TIlE NEW; 11the *
ple. 2105 Lakeshore. EV 9-6539. "
sir, said the J gill; J I, "Daddy's Bill does for the ex-aerviceman.
8 rim furn. apt., Murray Hill, EV in the loan may be repaid under a 30- Merit badges were given to the
8-1760, Ballentlne. pen." UNDKK THIS LAW, any serviceman year mortgage term or a term following Cubs: Terry Roberts,
said minister
"Well then the
.2 bdrm. furn. house, 4326 Hercu- "what about mother 7""Mamma's who has had at least two, equal to three-quarters of the Bear Badge, Gold Arjpw and

lea, EV 8-1729 after 1700, Bragg. your years of active duty is eligible for, FHA's estimate of the "economic Year Pin; Lee Wright, Donnie
in the sanitarium
county -
Furn. apt, 2601 Post, Dray. the" a government insured housing loan life" of the house, whichever is Marcus, David Maze, and Bobby
said "she
girl, wasseem'
3 bdrm. unfurn upper, 218 13th at the same 4.5 percent rate of I Couk, Wolf Badge and Gold Ar-
less.The
North, Jax Beach, EV 73658. things. interest prevailing under the GI government will insure loans row; Jimmy Long, Wolf] Badge'
"Pel haps I could speak to
your
3 rm fuin. apt., $60, 2601 Paik, the Bill. The only exceptions are only on one-family dwellings to and Silver Arrow;,Ronald Lord,
brother said minister
,
,
EV 8-2770, Houston. those ordered to active duty for be owned and occupied by the Robert Hughes. Dick Newton,
"Na\v, said the girl, "he's awayat
The latter
I bilmi. unfurn house, kit equip., Harvard. training purposes only. serviceman applying. Loans can Malcolm Carpenter, and Keith

$85, 4617 Ulmer, ffAS" Ext 789, "Oh," said the minister brightening are not eligible for loans.A only be made for purchase or con- Metcalf, Wolf Badge.
Raker. wnleemaa may apply for struction. A serviceman can't ap- Wally Collins and James Ma-
"that's fine. What is he
1 bdrm. furn. gar. apt, 1319 Ham studying?" a loan up to 95 percent of the ply for a loon under this Act to gee,'Bear Badge and Gold Arrow;

ilton, EV 8-3829, Marchus. "He ain't studying nothin'," said value of the dwelling a* appraised refinance a house x he already owns.AFl.S Ronnie Way, Bear Badge and Sil- ,

I im. furn. apt., $.5, 531> Dell- the girl, "they're studying him." by the Federal lousing ( ). ver Arrow; Jerry Burke, Bear

I wood, Angelo.I 0 S"How'd Badge and Denners Badge; Paul

bdrm. unfurn. house, avail. Mar. Stover,' Jay Newton, Bear'Badge;
you get along with your To
20 4512 Blount NAS Ext. 622 Urge Program Attract Top
wife in that fight the other David Curtis, James Sheffield,
or 619, Arnold. night 7""Aw and Robin Elson, Lion Badge and

FOR SALE she came crawling to me Level Talent For Federal JobsThe Gold Arrow; Billy Tardiff, Lion '

6 rm. C. B. house, 4345 Timuquana on her knees." Badge with Gold and Silver Ar-
establishment of senior Civil Service of
a group nonpar-
Venetia, EV 85198. "Yeah What's she ?" rows; Bill Cook, Gold and Silver
say tisan, well-paid administrators selected from all parts of Civil
1 bdrm. house, $625 equity, 5723 "Come out from under that bed, Arrows; Tommy Dowling James
Service the sole basis of "demonstrated competence" and higherpay
on ,
Blackhorn: Road, Forrestbrook, coward." LaCroix, Jack McCurdy and Nor-
you
for better training and greater use
top managers, programs
Wcsconnet, Clark. man Stephen, Silver Arrows.
of merit pa# increases, was recommended to Congress by the Hoover .
5 bdrm. house, GI equity, 5138 A good salesman is a guy who 4
Commission.The .
Admiral Dr., Vcnctla Tear, Kos- can convince his wife she looks *
New Parking
*
recommendations
emann. fat in a mink coat. were port the proposal to end veteran'sjob
.
3; bdrm. house, $350 down, 6025 based on a report by the commis retention preferences in a (Continued from Page 1)

Transylvania, EV 8-1949, Phelps. Young lady: Can you squeezeme sion's Task Force on Personnel :I general reduction in force. It did adjacent to the Civilian Cafeteria;
2 b rm. house, 4232 DaVincl, NAS and Civil Service.An .
in there? such
say, however, that prefer Saratoga and Ranger, rear of the
Ext. 629, Dr. Yesko. Bus driver: Why,'yes, Miss, if end of the present efficiency ences should not work great new Electronics building; Saratoga ,-
2 bdrm. furn. house, attached rm., someone else: will drive the bus. rating system also was re- hardships on non-veterans of long
: and Ranger, next to Building
I 4326 Hercules, EV 8.1729 after i commended. '
service. 955 and at Enterprise and Wasp,
1700, Bragg: "Honey, did that kiss I gave you IMPROVEMENT IN' the Government Among other recommendationsurged east ot the Infirmary.The .

2 bdim. house, carport, 5524 Arvadr. make you long for another?" employee program is were revision and simplification parking areas will be uti

., EV 8-1045, Barker.MISCELLANEOUS. "It sure did. But he's out of sought by the commission to meetan of the reduction-in-force lized principally 'by civilian employees

town." urgent need to attract more procedures; payment of "prevailing of 0 &. Rand Public
Want ride to Newark, N. J., leave t
able men and women to govern wages" to Federal employees Works department.
I after 1300::: March 7, NAS Ext. "I thought John stopped smok ment service, and to reduce costly particularly in the lower wage .

216, Earl.TotedFur. ing. employee turnover. At presentthe brackets; and extension of Civil
stole, tall Ext. 8220, "N o. He" read BO much about turnover among Federal employees Service coverage with competi- Why I IContinued

S/Sgt. Sweeney the terrible effects of smoking runs as high as 25 per live examinations to more jobs, ( from Pace 1))
f.ldeis wanted from Gieen Cove that he decided to stop reading". cent and last cost the tax-
year such as those overseas and in
.
S ily while I was attending
Springs to 0 & R 0700.1530, 278.5 million
payers more {than the territories.
Shop 4263, hgr. 122 0 & R, NAS At a recent shipyard launchingthe in replacement costs, the report school learning it. Where else

Ext. 8232, Cai sIc. woman who was to ('hl'lsteI1'the says. (Answer to Puzzle, Page 1) can a man go to school and

Free trailer space near Cecil Field, boat was nervous. support a family decently at
EV 98493.Ride) Shipyard manager: "Do you The report also urged replacement .. the same time?
of career' Civil Service BAk SLAM LAP wife and five children
wanted from Southside have any questions, lady? personnel LAME "My
IIh E HIDE
Estates to NAS 0800-1630, NAS Woman: "Yes, how hard do I in positions sensitive to i I TT POS ATE will always be taken care of.

Ext. 313, Saunders. have to hit it to knock it into the administration policies and programs TARp SHIP They will never have to wowy

Want riders from Lake Pacina, water?" with politically appointed AST NEVER about medical bills, insuranceor

Arlington, via Old Beach Road, It executives. This would remove FLAT LATE PAN OMIT ANN t: DE other problems.] I will be 37

Riverside to NAS 0700 to 1530: Cannibal Chief: "What did you the careerists from spots where VE DENT V L when I end my Navy career.I .

Shop 6137 Engine Overhaul, Joe do for a living political battles might I impair PADDY 0 ER will be young enough to still

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