Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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L'1 The Work Beginning On New !I Two New Squadrons ,;


1 ... traffic a et Assigned Here j

l Lanes F 1.y}X*';P\k H s /i Duty

L Composite Squadron Five, first Navy heavy attack squadron ;

C In Progress and Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron Fifty-one, its sup 1
porting unit, have reported aboard NAS Jacksonville for an :
indefinite tour of duty.
l Work has begun on the First of the AJ-1 squadrons to.I .(
traffic deceleration lanes "raid" against i ta"at'ois!! here.
new be formed, VC-5 has proved to !
being constructed on Iloose- be the nucleous from which the !
l ., velt Blvd at Timuquana Heavy Attack Wing 1 staff and ALTHOUGH LITTLE informa-
tion available the AJ-1 'j
other composite units and Fas- is on ,
((101th St.). f'4 rons under the Wing have been which is one of the heaviest .
This is the first of several projects I formed. bombers to land and take off
being undertaken by the I During "Lantflex '52", VC-5, from a carrier its speed "com- ,
State Road Department in which was commissioned in Sep pares favorably with our latest
eration with officials at tember 1948, participated in the type jets" and has a surprisingly 'I
relieve the jamming of cooP-j action with the 'Blue Forces' at long range and ceiling. It carries: i ia
outside the Main Gate sea against the 'Black Forces' crew of three. '1
. 0630-0800 and 15001700.The I I here and completed a successfulOffCampus I Comdr. John "Tommy". Blackburn
, deceleration lane for south- is commanding officer of
bound traffic on Roosevelt Road GETTING SETTLED-Comdr. ,.. VC-5 and Comdr. Fillmore B.
was started two weeks ago and is John T. Blackburn, skipper of Gilkeson is executive officer. ,J
scheduled to be completed about VC-5 (center) and his executive Comdr. Blackburn, who was skip-
the first of February. This lane I officer, Comdr. Fillmore B. per of Fighter Squadron 17,
will be for motorists making left Gilkeson, work over some of "Skull and Crossbones" unit
.. turns onto Ortega Blvd. and I the problems which croppedup v SMr" which earned much fame in the ,
Timuquana toward Venitia thereby when the squadron was n 2 + Solomons Islands during World
leaving two lanes for through transferred here for duty. Five a War II, came to VC-5 in Juneof
southbound traffic. crewmen of VC-5, (right) last year from duty as the ex-
first heavy attack squadron to ecutive officer of the USS Sai- i
Another lane for northbound be formed in the Navy, work I pan. Comdr. Gilkeson recently ,
traffic will be constructed as soonas together to tie down and secure completed a post-graduate course !
this one is completed for one of their AJ-1 aircraft for at Annapolis and another at California :
motorists making left turns onto the night. VC-5 arrived herewith Institute of Technology.COMMANDING ;
Timuquana toward the Wescon- Fasron 51 rt *
net area, thus leaving two lanes officer of Fas- i
open for through northbound ron 51 is Lcdr. Joseph O. Buchanan -
traffic. I I while Lcdr. Charles D. I
In addition to these lanes at Blood Donations I Webb is executive officer. Both
Timuquana, three traffic lights : formerly served with VC-5 before I
will be installed just outside the Number 7,751] II I being transferred to and assum-
Main Gate. Also a decelerationlane ing command of Fasron 51 when
and an acceleration lane will At Local Center I I that unit was commissioned Dec. 1 i
3, 1951.
be constructed here' to help relieve a
Fasron 51 arrived here for duty
the traffic tie-up comingout
Glynco Ga., Naval Air Facility 1
of the Main Gate. t% o days after being commissioned -
personnel joined the ranksof and will stay here to support f
The deceleration lane will be those who have given their VC-5 until the construction work I
constructed for southbound traffic blood when ten officers and I now being done at Cecil Field is
: enabling two lanes of trafficto I completed and both squadrons
to the Blood
men journeyed
will be transferred there.
turn into the station. The far I I
right lane will have a traffic Center at the Naval Air Station I t Most work on the AJ-1 and
light which will remain green Monday to contribute a i P2V aircraft assigned to VC-5 is
N ..., permanently for thrpugh southbound pint of blood each. I done by personnel of that squadron
and those of Fasron 51, with
be installed traffic.for A those second desiring light will to Additional groups of person I -- .. ___ ____---- major repairs so far having been I.
turn into the station.A nel from Glynco are scheduledfor Study accomplished at either San Diegoor I
third light will be placed directly donations on Jan. 24, 28 Norfolk. i
and 31, the Blood Center
the Main Gate I
outside for
northbound traffic. This will be Credit Courses Set 1
synchronized so that when south In the four months that the College Air News Now i
bound traffic is turning into the local center has been in operation t
station, northbound traffic will be it has processed 7,751 In New OfficesThe '
halted and vice-versa. In add.'- blood donors.
ion, just north of the entrance, Although the total figure of To Commence Here Feb. 4 JAX AIR NEWS is I l'
an acceleration lane will be built blood donors is impressive
located in its edi-
for traffic feeding from the station there is still a daily quota thatis now new
onto Roosevelt Blvd. This not always met. Some daysit Would you like to get accredited college hours while serv- torial offices on the second ,
will provide an additional lane is short while other days the ing on active duty ? You can do it and Uncle Sam will pay deck of Building 930, corner
fo. traffic turning onto Roosevelt quota is exceeded it is pointedout. three quarters of the tuition. of Enterprise and Lang- J
Blvd. from the station.No .
All departments are requested
announcement has been to send their donors The University of Florida and ley streets.
.. made as to when the work will according to the schedule listed I Florida State University are offering Feb. 4 at NAS. The courses will The move from the Main t
I II I begin outside the Main Gate daily in the plan-of-the-day. college courses beginning I be offered to all Naval Personnel Administration building 1 i 1
their dependents, and civilian
about two blocks away, was :
employees. accomplished last Thurs- t
I Courses offered will be educational I "without .
day missing: a
psychology, mechanical lick." I

I drawing, architectural drawing, Entrance to the offices of I
basic English basic mathematics the JAX AIR NEWS
may t
college algebra, speech United
I I States History, and Personnel be gained either through I
management. the main entrance on Lang-
ley, or through the reardoors. !
CLASSES WILL be held for .
two and a half hours at night, Phone numbers will !
one night a week for 16 weeks. re-
,'. Each course will carry three main the same, 8181 and
semester hours credit. 216.

Tuition costs will be $16 per _
course, payable at registration.
Naval personnel on active duty Weather OutlookIt's
may apply for 3/4 tuition refund,
under provisions of Circular Letter
178-50. going to warm up this
weekend, according to the NAS
." NATTCenter personnel have Aerology office:
been allotted funds for approxi-
Friday-Mostly clear skies with
mately 75 students. The money gentle to moderate northeasterlywinds.
'. will be allocated on a first-come, Continued cold.
..... first-served basis. Each applicantis Saturday-Partly cloudy skies
limited to one course, and it
,0 -.. ... --. -.. .-. -- ..... ... ... .- is mandatory that the course con- with. WarrJl.er.SundayPartly moderate: southeasterlywinds.
NEW LANES TO RELIEVE TRAFFIC JAM-Deceleration lanes, designed to relieve home- tribute to the improved performance cloudy to cloudy
ward-bound NAS traffic at the Timuquana Rd. intersection, is now underway. These lanes are just of duty or professional with possible light showers.
the beginning of work to be done to ease the traffic tie-up at the Main Gate and Roosevelt boule- capabilities of the individual con- Moderate southerly winds shift-
vard during rush hours. Assistant Security officer Lt. Russell G. Spear, (left) and Ernest :Murray, cerned. ing to northerly Continue
;; .. construction foreman, view the scene after the- first few day's work. (Please Turn to 'age 8, Col. 2) i warm.


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()aooh'Y .(-Litti.r" ( .. ls Report From Washington .m -

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\ 1 -"' 2,53 It's Recommended For Lcdr.

\ Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station Jacksonville Fla. .
NAS Jacksonville Mechanical
Caot. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer Tourniauet Developed

Comdr. James H. Armstrong...__"._..__._.__._.Executive Officer The Navy has recommended 2,534 lieutenants Consolidation of .i ..
two agencies under the
r Lt. Gordon D. Walker._..____...Public Information Officer for temporary promotion to lieutenant isdiction of the Army Signal Corps has been jur-

:' Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear commander. Of these, 1,135 are men and women announced. The Procurement and Stock Con-
Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ..,.CommanderFleet of the regular Navy and 1,339 men and trol Agencies have been merged into the Signal
Air Wing Eleven women of the Naval Reserve. Officers promote Corps Supply Agency The move is de-

Capt. Jesse S. McClure .......... ..._ _.______..___? Commander ed were those whose dates of rank as lieu. signed to economize on personnel and add to
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton, Chief Staff Officer tenant had been from May 1, 1945 to Jan. 2, efficiency of operation.
1946. '
Naval Air Technical Training; Center .
Capt. Lester K. Rice .........__...->....... ......._-..._ Commanding Officer A mechanical tourniquet is being considered -
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart __. .. .. .. ..Executhe Officer Eighty religious leaders representing all seriously by the Division of Aviation Medi .. .
faiths and from all parts of the U. S. were cine. The recently developed lightweight .
Naval Hospital invited by Secretary of Defense Robert A, mechanism is capable of being used unattended -
Cap Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer Lovett to attend an Orientation Conference for for a period of five hours. It adjust itselfto
Capt. Guy E. Stahr Executive Officer Religious leaders at the Pentagon Jan. 15-17. prevent over-pressure by stopping at regular
NARTU Specific religious and moral programs of the time intervals. The Aero Medical Labora '
: Capt. Easton B. Noble ..._....--..__..._........__..Commanding Oflcer Services were discussed. tory at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, is presently ....
Comdr. .
Anthony Executive Officer testing the tourniquet. '
The Navy will build $600,000 .
laboratory at
Editorial offices located 930 .
Building (topside) Phone extensions
$184 and 216. Woods Hole, Mass., for oceanographic studies To facilitate the expansion of map produc-
Editor-Andrew H. the Bureau of Yards and Docks announces. tion for the Armed Forces the Army Map
The three-story structure will make possiblea Service of the Corps of Engineers has activated -
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger. J03; Mary Bixones, JOSN; larger research program at Woods Hole, one a field office at Cincinnati, Ohio It is
Dave Devroy; SN. of the nation's two centers where full-scale the fourth field office activated within the last
me JAX AIR NEWS U ipublUheA wcevty ti the U. S. Naval AIr Station, oceanographic studies are conducted. year by the Army Service, others being
Jacksonville, Kloilda I Map
and piimect commercially with non-appropriated funds located
Kansas Mo.
at no expense to the soveminent: and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-33, Rev, at ; City, ,
Nov. 194:>. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station the A new centralized course to train and quali- and Providence R. I.
Naval Air Reserve naming Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field and fy unit officers and non-commissioned officersas *
the hes.J'a Hospital. instructors in aerial transportation will Two California Organized Naval Reserve divisions
AIR NEUS U a member or the Armed Forces Press Service.
AFPS material appearing I In this' publication! may not be reprinted without 1 start soon at the Transportation Corps Train took top honors in national competitive
the written permission I of Armed Foicrs Press Service, Republication of other ing Center, Ft. Eustis, Va., the Department of inspections for 1951. Best-rated Organized
Editor matter JAX except AIR by NEW service:: publications, ls piohlblted without permission of Defense announces. The course is designed to Surface Division was Division 11-48, Santa
satisfy the aerial transportation requirementsof Monica Calif., while the trophy for the top
After all branches of the Army. Organized Submarine Division was awardedto
Discharge .
Division 12-9 Alameda, Calif.
The Air Force has announced that a scien- *
tific expedition will be sent to Africa and Sau- Establishment of 12 Sports and Recreation
Quickly To Renew di Arabia to observe a total solar eclipse Feb. Conferences in the U S. and overseas to car
25 in the hope of furnishing data for improvement ry out a "more effective sports program," has >
Permanent Plan NSLIEDITOR'S of aeronautical charts and maps. The been announced by the Air Force. Accordingto
expedition will be conducted by the USAF AFR-34-46, 21 December 1951 the confer-
Aeronautical Chart and Information Service, ence will afford personnel an opportunity to
( NOTE: :Many Servicemen from Korea and elsewhereare an Air Materiel Command agency, as part ofa participate in AF and inter-service champion '
being discharged now. Their most frequent questions concern program of the USAF Research and Development ships, as well as in national Olympic, and [
their right to Government life insurance. This is the last of four Command. other high-level competition.
articles! on this subject_ prepared by the Veterans Administration anddistributed

by AFPS). NARTUNOTES m.. ..;.., wVir New Ambulance Affords ,. -

PART 4-Permanent Plan Government Policies Under Waiver or Safer Life To RecoveryWashington
,, Surrendered for Cash Value.
If you were granted a'waiver of only a part of your premiumson type ambulance capable of liftinga
your permanent plan of Government life insurance while in ac-
with comfort
patient greater
tive service, ;you must act immediately after your release or separation F y
VF741Lt. and to the door of aircraft
ditions.If to.keep this insurance in force under full premium-pa 'ing con- (jg) John Sutherland, of 311 will be available to MATS about

surrendered Glynlea Rd., a "Weekend Warrior" $ March 1, 1952.

manent you plan of Government your per-life nent plan of insurance. In eitherof pilot of VF-741, and a member The ambulance Mill feature a'

insurance for its cash value on these two courses, the require- of the Armed Forces Blood device to protect patient from
or after April 25, 1951, so as to ments for reinstatement of issu- Donor Committee of the Reserve inclement heather as they are
take advantage of the free indemnity ance of new insurance must be Officers Association polled members z; .. transferred to antI from am.bulant'4's .
of the squadron while ,;
protection, you must act met within 120 days following release on and evacuation pl811t'ftoJt
their regular training duties at
within 120 days of release or or separation from active Mill also save considerabletime. '
separation to reinstate the policyor service. The two courses of ac- NARTU' Sunday, appealing for x ,c
blood donors in the local drive'I
to apply for new permanent tion are: being conducted at NARTU. The 'ehkle'is capable of carry
plan insurance. 1. Apply to Veterans Administration I I j ing 16 litter patients and includes
Washington 25, D. C., in Men will donate their blood to adjustable litter straps, a white
Under the Servicemen's Indemnity writing, without a physical ex- the worthy cause by appointment h. F washable interior, improved light-
and Insurance Acts of 1951, amination, for the issuance of a during the month of February at ...- ..' Ing and outlets for medical electrical
which became law April 25, 1951, new permanent policy on the the Jacksonville Blood Bank. i Comdr. lohnson"HARTU equipment,
if you were in active military same plan and not in excess of Squadron pilots underwent intensive I' -5 S .
service on and after that date the amount of the surren- drills over the weekendin Use of Civilian Planes
you could take any one of three dered for cash, policy the re- order that all would be qualified Officer 1
courses with your permanent quired premium; or, I soon in instrument flying. Okay In Emergency
NSLI or USGLI policy. I 2. Reinstate your surrendered The squadron is seeking 100'% m
You could: (1) continue to pay I permanent plan of insurance, Instrument Card carriers. Named Reserve j Washington (AFPS) A pro-
Plans were discussed and outlined gram providing for use of several
the full premium as in the past; without a physical examination,
(2) apply for waiver of a part of by paying the required reserve for the forthcoming cruise hundred aircraft and crews from
I the premium or (3) surrenderthe and the premium for the current this year and the date has been Panel Member I the commercial four-engined fleetto
policy for cash value and be month. Applications for reinstate- tentatively set for July 14 through meet the needs of the military
= tby the free indemnityprotection. ment should be mailed to Veterans 27 at Jacksonville Comdr Leroy P. Johnson, a in time of national emergency has
Administration Washington The following members of VF- resident of Atlantic Beach Fla., been jointly approved by Secretary
If you elected l to pay the full 25, D. C. 741 were advanced in rate during has been selected as a memberof of Defense Robert A. Lovett
premium you must continue to do I the month of January: Mar- the five man Naval Air Reserve and Secretary 0 f Commerce
so immediately after release or Fleet Holding Cold vh. Hamon, YNT1 to YNTCA; Policy Board that will con Charles Sawyer.
separation from active service it I John W. Faulk III, AA to AN; vene Jan. 28, at NAS Glenview, Under the agreement, the use
you wish to keep the policy in Weather :ManeuversNorfolk William Keen, AA to AN; Harry Illinois, headquarters of the Na- of four-engined aircraft in the
force thereafter. J. Finch, AR to AA; and MarinosJ. vil Air Reserve Training Com military transport system wouldbe
If you were granted a waiver of Va., (AFPSThirtyfive Straka, AR to AA. mand. extended without disrupting
ships of the Atlantic Fleet
part of your permanent plan premium Johnson, who is the senior essential commercial air routes
are participating in a minor cold ments in foul-weather clothing.In .
and services. Planes would
(under Section 622 of the "Weekend Warrior" in this area, be
weather exercise in Northwestern order to increase combat
NSLI Act), you were instructed Atlantic waters. readiness and familiarize ship's is commanding officer of Air made available on 48-hour notice.
t to pay the full premium while Wing Staff 74 at the Jacksonville
The exercise which commenced crews with operating conditions the past year. These recommendations I
you VA were in active service and Jan. 21, and which will last in frigid climatic conditions opposing Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. will be reviewed and compiled .
would refund .
i the waived por- approximately five weeks, will forces of ships, planes and by the board for submission
tion.a provide fleet units with an opportunity j submarines will range the watersoff The Policy Board will consider to the National Naval Re-
If." If to test the latest in cold the East Coast north of the recommendations submitted by erve Policy Board that will meetat
you surrendered your permanent I weather weapons and equipment Dc.vis Strait area between Labrador the 28 activities of the Naval Air the Navy Department in Washington
plan policy for cash I
r you i as well as the newest improve- and Greenland. I Reserve Training Command over in April.
I I may adopt one of two courses of
action: if you wish to replace or NARTU Jacksonville, and each
restore the surrendered perma- of the other 27 activities in the
Command, nominated two candidates

J) st and Commander for the NAR Johnson Policy was Board selected .

11C} DIVINE from this list. Each member .-
of the board is a Commander, f

I' (SERVICES)) or above. .

Protestant Y+ Comdr. Johnson, an employee -:"
',,. OfcOO-Baptist Communion. Small of the City of Jacksonville's Elec. "
Chapel. tric Department, has been a resi-
0830-M o r n i n g Services, All.r dent of Jacksonville and the
beach area for 44 He has
r Saints Chapel. I i '7'K" years.
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. been employed by the city for 19
t. 0930-Sunday School, Small Cha- years. A civilian aviator prior to
world War II, Johnson enteredthe
1045-All Saints Chapel. Navy in 1941 and reported to
, Catholic NAS Pensacola for Navy flight ..
0830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed- training.
.' ward's Chapel. He returned to inactive duty in
0930-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism I January 1946 and, has been a

Class). "Weekend Warrior" at NARTU
1030-Mass, St. Edward's Chapell I Jacksonville since March 1947.
l+ 0645-Mass at Hospital While attached to NARTU he has
[, CbristIan Science -- ------ had command of Patrol Fleet Air

Tuesday-2000-at Small Chapel I VISITING CARRIER-The USS Leyte Is now operating with Fleet Air Jacksonville squadrons Service Squadron-158, Carrier
Mormon off the roast of Florida. The 27,000-ton Essex type flattop, shown here upon her return trip to the Type Fleet Air Service Squadron58
Thursday-1930-at Small Cha U. S, last year following a tour of duty in Korean waters with the Seventh Fleet, will be here for and now commands Fleet
o pel. several weeks for training purposes. Air Wing Staff-74.t ? _



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24 January 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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Launch First Ernest T ebb Brings' Grand 811111: )I>

Of New TypeMenOfWar ...".. ..+ .... .

OleOprv Here Jan. 28 (By Armed Forces Press Service)
The USS Monrovia (APA-31)) is
III' paying a courtesy visit to Monrovia -

,, Camden, N. J. (AFPS)- The Ernest Tubb, The Texas .- the capital of Liberia, for
Stringbean the "K t ky the inaugural ceremonies of President
en u c
USS Norfolk first
5,500-ton( Troubador
his Nationally
brings -
Wonder" banjo playing wizard. i William V. S. Tubman this
ship to be classed as a destroyer famous Grand Ole Opry I month. Ties between the U. S.
leader launched here recently -
,in was ceremonies attended by i M. show to the NATTCenter Aud- Ernest Tubb has been pro- I and the African country have always -

many .high-ranking military and itorium Monday January 23th. claimed one of the nation's top- I been strong. The Liberian
founded in 1847 by
flight hill-billy songsters by republic was
civilian officials.
at 1930 and the
Doors open Walter Winchell. In additionto fried American slaves, and the

CostingItOOOOOO, the vessel show starts at 2000. Admissionis radio, motion pictures, tel- capital city derives its name from

Is the first of a new-type man free pnd no tickets will be evision and tours, Erneststill James Monroe, fifth president. of
of-war designed to be used in needed. finds time to compose such the U. S.
hunter-killer ModernS tunes as "Walking the Floor
operations. Along with the Texas Troub-
Gen. Numa A. Watson has
anti-submarine and Over You", "It's Been So Long, Brig.
i devices tested during equipment the Bikini .,,,-- .. .- "" ador will be headliners Annie Darling" and many others. I been designated Chief of Staff
A-bomb tests have been incorpo- Lou and Danny, popular instru- Tennessee-born Annie Lou Fourth Army succeeding Brig.
rated in its construction. The 540 mental and vocal duet\ andPuerto and Danny, otherwist known as Gen. Francis T. Dodd. who has
>> Ernest Tubb the Texas Troub
been to FEACOM
foot has 54-foot beam Mr. and Mrs. DilL are one of
ship a ador, (top) will headline a *
of the most popular vocal and instrumental -
and boasts a trial speed more Grand Ole show at NAT L. Chiefof
Opry duets in the folk Lt. Gen. J. B. F. Piron
30 knots.Originally
than the Norfolk was in- TCenter auditorium Monday music field today. In additionto Staff of the Belgian Army is
evening: Also on the program their regular WSM schedule touring the U. S. this month at
tended as a light christened cruiser.with was the will be Stringbean, the "Ken.' they are kept busy with several the invitation of Gen. J. Lawton
therefore, traditional tucky Wonder" (right) banjo. weekly radio programs of Collins. U. S. Army Chief of
name of a city in the wizard and comic, and The of Gen. Piron ida
Staff. visit
of naming U. S. cruisers. playing their own, television and per- ::
manner Danny and Annie Lou, sweet- J 4 sonal appearances. special Orientation Course tour,
singing duet (lower photo). under auspices Of the Mutual Se-
A crew of 40 officers and 500 the Lovers of folk music will go Stringbean combines comedy curity Program.
men for this, to be sure! *
Norfolk. She Is expected to be with his unexcelled banjo work
AF Ma]. James Jabara, the
for fleet duty in August of and is a favorite with audi-
this ready year. Navy Broadens PolicyOn ences all over the country with world's. first jet pilot ace, is mak-
included Ad- his sad, puzzled expression and ing a goodwill tour of Lebanonand
Principal guests
miral William M. Fechteler, CNO, Sole Remaining Sons ridiculous get-up. Actually he Syria his ancestral home
and the daughter of the Mayorof is a good looking fellow when land. The 45-day tour include
Norfolk Miss Betty Duck- Washington, D. C., (AFPS) 1. "out of character"You're Damascus, Syria and Merjayoun
The has announced broader Lebanon, and other areas.
the Navy a
worth, who sponsored ship. *
e "sole remaining son" policy, in lii Award of contracts for the con

Atlantic Fleet Gets line with the Army and Air t 1 struction of 32 AMS-60 class:

Force. This includes the 100 per- minesweepers to four West

New 'Huklant Force cent physically disabled, as wellas Coast and three East Coast shipyards -

Norfolk, Va. (AFPS)-A new has been announced by the
those who lost their lives, and
"hunter-killer" task force to be wavy. Total value of the con-
permanently attached to the At- those in a captured or missing-in- tract awards is approximately

lantic Fleet has been organizedhere. action status as a result of Serv- $28,000,000. .
ice hazards in the Armed Forces
A new record was set last
The command, designed to
since 16 Sept. 1940.
; month at Indiantown Gap Military
destroy enemy submarines, will! ;
This policy applies to those Reservation when 117 Fifth
be known as "Huklant: a con-
tr.ction of "hunter-killer Atlan- cases in which the father or one A Infantry Div. soldiers re-enlisted

tic," and will be commanded by or more sons or daughters of a in the regular Army. This is the
Rear Adm. John Perry Whitney. family suffered one of these cas- largest number to do so since reactivation
ualties. It permits the assigningof of Indiantown Gap.
The task force will include 10 .
the sole remaining son of sucha
aircraft carriers, -'two destroyer
and nine air anti- family to duty with the Navy ina The 7,800-ton aircraft carrier
submarine squadrons. Blimp and non-combat area: However, the USS Tripoli (CVS-61)) was re-

patrol bombers will be added occasionally Navy said, they may be assignedto cently recommissioned and sentto
with submarines used duties afloat or at overseas I MSTS Atlantic. Known in
bases. WWII as the "Travelin1 T", the
for special exercises. Twenty
/ Pal!
thousand officers and men have The Navy also said that a sole /, escort carrier is scheduled to

received intensive training for remaining son, officer or enlisted, ferry fighter planes to Europe.
Ricans Can Serve It happened in Korea. *
the task force. now serving in duties involving
t new e i actual combat with the enemy, Puerto Rican soldiers with a Lt. Alvin M. Quint, Ness Brig. Gen. George F. Smith
will be reassigned his City, Kans., and M/Sgt. Rob- hts been appointed vicecommander
months of upon request command of the English languagemay
After eight
C. of Ore.,
ert Ryan Newburg
Far Eastern combat duty, four or that of one of his parents now be assigned to any U. S. of the Eastern Air Defense
The individual waive were buddies. Force the AF has announced.
may Army post, according to a new
of Escort Squadron
ships Lt. Quint had enough points
his rights to this policy if he .
Department of the Army Regulation -
arrived in San Diego recently. to go home on rotation. All he Nell V ickl of West
wishes, the Navy said, and appli- Previously, Puerto Rican soldiers I, Major
They are: USS William Seiverling cations from parents will not be needed was a replacement. Union, S. C., has been named to
,(DE441); USS Ulvert M. Moore acted upon until the desires of could serve only on their While he waited, he often head the Women's Medical Specialist
home islands and in the Panama
(DE442); USS Hanna (DE449) the individual are determined.Two talked to his sergeant friend Corps succeeding Col.
and USS Naifeh (DE352)). Canal Zone, except in time of war. about the advantages of beinga Emma E. Vogel as Chief of the

Tor Heroic Action"T commissioned officer. Finally Army's dietitians and physical
Sgt. Ryan submitted an ap- therapists.
plication. It was approved.As *

I Two Men From VF-43 Ryan pinned on his shiny Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Pollock will,
gold bars, Lt. Quint approached. take command of the Second Ma-

"Congratulations, old bud- rine Division at Camp Lejeune. N.
Citations For Heroic Conductadministrative dy," he said, "and "goodbye." C., succeeding Maj. Gen. Hay A.
"Going some place asked Robinson, who will become Com

Ryan. manding: General of the Camp Le-
citations for heroism inspection for "Yep, going home." j Jcune Marine Barracks.

were presented to a pair of on it and the "Operational "Your replacement" finally I

Welcome aboard to Frances men from VF-43, Samuel A. Readiness Inspection" are arrived,"huh? The auxiliary repair ship USS

Knoizen, Clerk Stenographer, Franklin, ADI, and Edward St. based the standings in the com "Yep said Lt. Quint arrived."my" Hector recently arrived in Long !

who has been assigned to the Con- Germain, AD1, by CommanderFleet petition for the Atlantic Fleet replacement Lt. Quint stayed finally around long Beach. Calif., after 14 months in C j
Air Jacksonville, Rear .Battle "E" the Far Eastern area.
Efficiency given to
Section. Frances and
tract hubby,
Lt. his
enough to show Ryan .
I Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, in Atlantic
operating Fleet
Kenneth, transferred to Jackson- squadrons duties. AFPS),
ville from Corpus Christi, Texas, ceremonies at Cecil Field last new -( Local Art Club '1 \

in September. Kenneth is at- week.
tached to VA-45 now stationedat Franklin received the Navy
Cecil Field. Unit citation for "meritorious Becomes Part Ol
I Our spies tell us that Louise service and outstanding heroism f
Bragg of Transportation showedup in action'against Japanese
last Thursday with a black forces in the Southern Asiatic r Hobby ProgramThe
eye. Says she was hit by a bas- Pacific area from June 8 to 1
ketball. These so-called night Aug. 1, 1942 while serving with
Patrol Squadron Three." Jacksonville Navy Ait {
basketball games are getting dan- .
Club last Fall
organized by en-
gerous.Geff Mims of Work Measure- St. Germain's medal was listed personnel of the station

ment recently had his sick leave awarded for "heroic conduct in and attached commands has received -
rescuing a badly burned approval and will be officially
disapproved. Geff had an appointment shipmate
clip with the dentist but from drowning at the U, incorporated into the Hobby j

was told he could send his teeth S. Navy base, Philadelphia, Shop program as early as pos

_. .... in to be fixed. The only thing Pennsylvania on July 8. 1951 sible.
i now that is worrying him is and thus upoholding the highest According to Lcdr. Harry
whether or not they will be lost traditions of the United States Knickelbine, Special Service officer ,
in the mail. naval service." The citation was an allotted sum will be allocated
signed by Dan A. Kimball Secretary -41 for purchase of
_ There's a new face in the Work necessary
,1 Measurement Section, Marie of "the Navy, "for the initial supplies. Thereafter, certain -
West, Clerk-Typist, who recently President. replacement supplies will b* 4-
transferred from O&R. Presentation of the awardswas provided but for the most part

Welcome aboard to Lt. Paul F, made at a personnel inspection Lw: individual members will be able
Parrish who has been called back of officers and men of I Y to purchase their own supplies:
into service. This.is Lt. Parrish'sfirst Carrier Air Group Four by Ad- at Hobby Shop prices.
miral Hardison and his staff, Some in facilities .
trip to Florida and we hope he enjoys' his duty here at NAS.A which preceded an annual ad- 1 for the workshop will bo
letter was received last week ministrative inspection of the incurred, owing to the complete

. -., from Louise Ferebee, former Sec- group's equipment, records, rAWARDED' renovation and design of Build.
retary to Comdr. A. L. Mersereau, and activities. ing 896 where the Hobby Shop
assistant Resident officer in w is located. However, Navy artist:

charge of construction. Louise is Accompanying: Admiral Har, can continue their painting and w
now working for the Federal Civil dison were Comdr. Robert Dos, drawing in any convenient locations .
Defense Administration in acting Chief of Staff and aide' until the art club is established :y

Washington. The Ferebees have for ComFairJax commanding in permanent quarters.
located themselves in an apart- officers of squadrons in Carrier CITATIONS-Rear Adm Osborne>> B. Ilardison Meanwhile, Robert Karr, UN%,- {j
ment in Maryland and are grad- Air Group Three and staff officers Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, pins the Navy-Marine Corps who acts as spokesman for the
ually getting readjusted to civil- of Fleet Air Jacksonville,, ,Medal on jumper of Edward St. Germain, AD1, of VF-43, follow,* group, is conferring with J.cdr. .
ian life again. Louise asked to be assisted by department heads \1',lag Inspection of Carrier Air Group Four at Cecil Field last week. Knickelbine on essential equtp-

.. remembered to her many friends of CAG Three. Samuel A. Franklin ADI, also of VF-43, stands by ready to re- ment and facilities for the Aft
-t in Public Works. Of great importance U the !'eely! his Navy Unit commendation from Admiral Ilardison. Club..


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After three years of continuous
iifl IM REKDING A effort, Fran Camp, AG3, has finally -
received her just rewarda -
GCM. To eliminate all doubts,
M, 7 K' TO LEARN TO VANISH the letters "GCM" in this case indicate .
OH FIELD DAY the Good Conduct Medal
and not a General Court Martial.

Fran is now looking forward to
r M the time when she claim
k, h r, FICTION can another -
"fogie" in her Naval caieer.

Barracks 722 Vacancies: Pre-
paring to join the outside world
-- in the role of "diaper tenders"are
: Marie Gale, YN3 of NAS
Personnel Office and Mary Rider,
SILENCE SN, of the station Yard Office. '
Both girls will doff their Navy
pIEASC Do NOT blues to don civilian garb in the
CNECK OUT tWO/S/( near future.
These vacancies are only temporary .
so don't inhale too deep
ly There isn't much room for ex-
pansion. Three new recruits are
due in the end of this month.

NATTC Barracks piped aboard
five newcomers from USNTC
Bainbridge, Md., to their roster
this week. The new SA's will attend -
ANP) School at the Centerfor
1 A QU/ET DAY T= weeks of
J'AY JOf, WANTAr r .-- sbt eight instruction.
Representing three of the Unit .
ed States, the students are: Catherine -
Johnson frpm Stockton
Calif.; Jean Bechdolt, Los Angeles
Calif.; Penny Thornton, Wichita .
Kansas; Ruth O'Brien, Me.
Gregor, Iowa and Rita Schulte,
Sioux City, Iowa.
Jax Branches Of I Fasron Six Fasron Nine VP-741 Report I t

67 Take E6Examinations

FRA To Honor Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsFasron

National Officers Pay Grade E-6 examinations -

were held Tuesday, January 22
Six --- ---- ----
Jacksonville blanches of the Taylor F Haisten who serves as vons, AK3, both of the Supply March of Dimes campaign is the for NAS Jax enlisted personnelin

Fleet 1 Reserve Associationwill messenger in the Squadron Duty Dept. are enjoying a few days ordnance crew. Public Information I Officer's accordance Memorandum with Personnel No. 6-52. '
leave. also
Office also serves as Pastor at one personnel participated .
join next week in honoring of the local churches. Ed Nellist, JOSN, is now back whole.heartedlyboth of them). Approximately sixty seven
.with the Squadron after spendingfour second class petty officers took
two of the organization's A reserve, Haisten was attend I months TAD to the Navy Word has been passed to sec the examination aboard the
tion leaders that "tauter ship"condition
Tennessee Temple College at a
ing station Tuesday morning..
national officers. Journalistic School (Class "A")
Chattanooga, Tenn., when recalled will be maintained by I
James W. Mullins of Seattle, to active duty. Taylor had at Great Lakes. .111. them and their charges hence USS Eaton Re-Commissioned
Wash, National President of the completed three years of college U Fasron :Nine forth with special attention to be
Fleet Reserve and Mrs. Annie when he was recalled.On I After their inspection of the paid to personnel reporting late USS Eaton, a destroyer that
Laurie Sweeney, National President Dec. 23, 1931, he appeared. Fasron Nine leady issue stores, to muster. Among other penalties took part in 10 major engage-
ments WWII recently
during was
of the Association's Ladies before a board of the Black Pond Captain Thomson, assistant Inspecting I inflicted for laxness of the regulations -
recommissioned at the Boston
Auxiliary will be guests of Unit Baptist Church and was ordainedto General of the Navy, will be that accompaniedby Naval
91, Branch 91 and Branch 126 at the Baptist ministry. When he I Captain Barwood, assistant Inspecting the haunting refrain of You :. __Shipyard. .,_ __ __
a dinner slated next Wednesday j is separated from the service, General of Aviation in have the" twelve to four again tonight

night at the Seminole Hotel. Taylor hopes to return to TTC the Supply Corps, and Captain *

Woman Prexy Coming I 1 and attain his degree in The- Foot, Supply Officer of the Sixth::) VP-741 ..tfPSI
ology Naval District, commented that
Active in the Fleet Reserve for the first to
Hugh Kenyon, ADC and John this department's service to the report
over 22 Mullins was elect- aboard VP-741 for in 1952
years Conely ADC, have been spend duty
fleet is to the standards of
ed to his top role last Septemberat up any Robert G. Davis AMAN
ing a lot of "brain hours" and other department they have inspected were ,
the Association's 24th National "brawn hours" in developing the Claude Denslow, SA, Carl J
Convention in Jacksonville.Mrs. Squadron tire shop into the efficient Special compliments on the Heise, AOC, Richard L. Lord,
Sweeney is well known in organization that it is to outstanding cleanliness and arrangements AMAN, Kenneth V. Wall, AMAN, j
this area for her part in organizing day. I of stock m the storerooms Ewing L. Wright, AN, Jean L
the local Unit 91 in 1947. I was made. Clapin, PHAN, James H. Hether-

Then a regional vicepresidentshe Kenyon and Conely have a I i The Fasion 9 intra mural ington, AKAN, Albert D. WinChester -
was principally responsiblefor crew of top flight assistants that bowling tournament was kicked- AMAN, George S. Lam-
the installation of the unit include Dick Giovannini, who off Monday with nine squadron beth, Jr., AN, and Larry A. Ros-
here. While in Jacksonville, Mrs. has charge of spark plugs, Jim I teams competing for the first sow, AMAN.
Sweeney will be the house guestof Swift who takes care of the sup- place trophy Electronics, with A new addition to the household I !
Mrs Harvey Miller, South ply end of the shop, and Cecil their fine team are favored. of Everett M Brock AMSC,
east Regional Vice.PresIdent. Beck and Chuck Brashear who I and wife, was received when Ani. ,:
30.1 ear Man mount and repair the tires and I Three teams from Fasron Nine, ta Louise Brock was born on the iaf
Born in Texas in 1891, national tubes. largest squadron at Cecil Field, 8th of January. Anita is the sec
president Mullins joined the The shop has built up a large are also competing in the station ond child and first daughter of
Navy in 1909 and twenty years supply of special tools for the use tournament. Fasion officers are' Brock, who has been with VP-741
later transferred to the Fleet Re- of the squadrons and the person 'I one entry while the enlisted men since November 1949. i
serve with the rating of Chief nel are always on the lookoutfor and the electronics division com Gerald Geimer, Robert Hai villa aIi"
Radioman. In 1939 he was placed I new ideas that will help to prise the other two. James Rogers, and Victor'Rosa i' a
on the Navy's retired list upon I improve their efficiency.Bill I Only division so far to turn ina were each advanced to the
completion of 30 years service.. I Blair, AKAN and Jim Giv- 100f participation report in the month.rate of AEAN on the first of this

however His retirement as he was was recalled short-lived to i' : : ; ;.;: I I
; "
active duty in 1940. He was appointed 'I ; : Nav> 's Turn-Jet F7U-3

to the rank of Chief Radio i I' Completes First FlightThe Si
Electrician and served in'
that capacity until the end of first flight of the F7U-3
World War II r.J Cutlass, designed to out-fly and _
During his extensive Naval out-fight any other tamer-based
career, Mullins served aboard 3 : fighter plane in the world, has
been announced the ,
a by Navy
numerous ships and at several
i The twin-jet craft promises to
shore stations. His service included I
be formidable than I
even more
tours of duty aboard five
of the old caged-mast battleships, its F7U-1 predecessor, the first u -
several heavy cruisers and de. swept-back wing, tailless fighterto
operate from a carrier..
I I Placed by the Navy in the
"more than 600 mph category,"
:Fleet Reserve Dinner
the new version is equipped witha
Reservations Taken dual power control system the a
first to be installed in a Navy .
Fleet Reserve members wish- fighter. Each system is completely a
ing to attend Wednesday night's independent of the other.
dinner honoring National Pres-- Manual controls have been eliminated k kPEG
ident James W. Mullins, can I entirely. (AFPS) ::5
I .
make reservations by calling a aF IHadiological
Lonnie P. Richburg, Branch 91 J School
Secretary at office phone extension I Ii About 60 officers and enlistedmen .
772 or home phone 2- of the 1st Armored Division

1720. I will be enrolled in the fourth
Ladies Auxiliary members I Ir Chemical, Biological and Radiological -

should call either Mrs. Harvey .... Defense School, to be held
Miller at 7-5391 or Mrs. Barney jS- .." in January at Ft. Hood, Tex. Students DOW-WOW!-"Toting"
Wilczewskl at 8-3461 for reser- NEW SQUADRON INSPECTED-First personnel Inspection will learn defense tactics the line is U-I's lovely Peggy
r I vations. held by" VC-5 since its arrival here early this month was conducted I against gas and atomic weapons Dow, curently starring in 'lie-
Price of the dinner is $2.75 by Comdr. John T. Blackburn, commanding; officer of the heavy a'tacks., union in Reno". The Columbia
per person and it will be heldat attack squadron, last Saturday. Here Comdr. Blackburn carefully.J Miss belle appears to have a
1830 Wednesday evening inspects uniform of Burn Smith, AD!. VC-5 arrived here with A faucet drips because it can't firm grip in displaying her marine *

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Pay Grade 7, of the Navy, : : : : -
Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, HERE AND THEREGal
1. and Coast Guard will be the a l 3t >
only enlisted personnel to rate 'S I
CPO Club privileges at NAS, in restaurant: "I'm thirs-

as of Feb. 15th. ty.
{ Pfc. in "I'll order
same: you
This decision was reached ata "
of the Club some water.
special meeting Gal: "'I said thirsty, not dirty."
officials last Tuesday. On hand
Lt. Col. Harvery B. At-
The mountain lad wanted to
kins Commanding Officer Ma-
the but much too
marry was
rine Barracks Lcdr. Joe W.
Williams administrative, offi- St +.+ ? i shy to come right out with the
efi words "marry" "marriage.
of NAS Comdr. Richard S. r or
cer ,
I Ir So, after giving the problem
Stuart, executive officer of the
much thought, he asked her in a
Center, Comdr. William A.
of whisper one evening: "Julia how
HOQd, Director of Training
\ I would like to be buried with
__ the Center and Chief Gunner r r you
Alfred Kemper. my people
r I
,. +r "Can I borrow a cigarette?"
The meeting; was called to or- y'' "You should be able to. You'v
der by Ted :Saxon:; CPO Club had enough practice."
President. In the ensuing open
discussion, Lcdr. Williams disclosed R
RI I I The only way to save money
that he felt that the : nowadays is to have low pocketsand

Club should extend privileges I TWINS AT SCHOOL Two short
only to Pay Grade 7. .Comdr. Twin Parade I Ii I

Hood and Comdr. Stuart con- sets of twins, who completed I "This morning I touched the

curred with Lcdr. Williams TWO SETS OF TWINS FROM SAME basic training together, and I floor with my chin without bend-
Comdr. Hood said "I thinkin i heading from the same hometown I ing my knees."

view of the fact that there of Portland, Ore. are now "Trying to reduce?"

is concerned a definite that morale the Club problem should TOWN ATTENDING AO SCHOOL students at Aviation OrdnanceA "Nope. Fell-out of bed." .

confine its membership to Pay ( ) School at NATTCenter.Left A bachelor is a fellow]) who is

Grade 7." He added, that due to Change the four Musketeersto -Both -of the-McLain brothers to right are: Roger and crazy to get married-and know ...

an expected influx of Marine the four I bombardiers and participated in plays and cho- Richard McLain, AX's, and it.

Sergeant Instructors, that the you have the situation existingin ral groups in high school and John and Arthur Welch, AN's
Club facilities would be strained He
brother is scientist.
"My a
the AO School of the Naval acted in plays outside of school.
if privileges were not con- crossed a plum with a peach and
fined to Pay Grade 7. Air Technical Training Center After completing AO school], got a nectarine."
.* Arthur and John Welch they said they wouldn't be sur- '!Post Of HATTC "That's nothing. My brother

Lt. Col. Atkins pointed out make up one set of twins while prised to report into a squadronand crossed a locomotive with an au- .
In the Tech Sergeants find the same set of twins "
past Richard and Roger McLain tomobile and got a funeral.
had been extended CPO Club make up the ,other. They are that have been together through Executive Officer

privileges and that they were now in their first week of Aviation their short Navy. career. I I "Wife: "I was a fool when I
still having CPO mess privi- Ordnance (A) school. married you." .

... leges afloat. He added that in All the boys hail from around To Comdr. Stuart Husband: "I guess you were i
Cost Outfitting '
of the fact that there
" view were Portland, Oregon, and after entering I but I was so infatuated at the
no NCO messes aboard the station time that I didn't"notice it." ,.
that he was desirous of sent the to Navy Great in 'July Lakes 1951 for, I Infantry Division Comdr. Richard S. Stuart,

seeing the CPO Club admit the their were basic training. While formerly with the Commander Spiritualist: "Ah. I hear the

Tech Sergeants. % there, they ran into another set Is $91,000,000Washington Naval Forces Far East, spirit of your wife knocking."
The open discussion closed, Widower: "Who's she knocking
of twins before being sent to
assumed the position of Executive "
and the Board of Governorswas Jacksonville.The I (AFPS-The cost now?
asked for a motion. The I of American arms has increasedat Officer of NATTCenter :
motion was made that the CPO Welch brothers are now a rapid rate since WWII, according I last week. "I think the boss is blind as a
members of the Jax Navy "
Club privileges be granted onlyto to figures recently disclosed I bat.
Pay Grade 7. The motionwas swimming team and betweenthe by the Department of De 'What gives you that impression !I-
seconded and carried.Lt. two of them, have won over fense. r-r -1 ?"

Col. Atkins was informed 100 swimming medals since 'Twice he asked me where my
that the officials of the Club high school. Art took the Ore The price of initially equippinga hat was and there it was in plain

were happy with the excellent gon State championship in the basic Army Infantry division I In sight right on my head all the
since WWII has risen from
conduct of the Marines who 200 yard free-style swim, while $19 time "
have been enjoying the Club John copped the State. Championship 000,000 to $91,000,000, with the {

privileges in the past. in the 220 yard meter cost of an Armored division Lady who objects to tobacco: \
jumping from $40,000,000 to
( back-stroke swim.
s. 'If I were your wife I'd give you
The CPO Club is sponsoring a $293,000,000.A poison"

shipwreck dance Friday evening WWII B-29 the largest aircraft ] Smoker: "If you were my wfie,
Master of ceremonies will Toe No PclrtdIlqVest used in that conflict. ran S I'd take it."

254'' pounds of good will sin- about $680,000, compared to the
cerity and fun in the person of : Of Bui/ding/ 13 $3,500,000 for today's B-36. i if Once upon a time there were i

Chief Moose Hall. All chiefs are The parking lot just outsideof The Norden bombsight used inB.17's 'three co-eds; a great big co-ed, f ga

.. urged to attend. Orchestra will be the Main Gate and west of and B-29's during WWII medium sized co-cd, and a lit- t
Diz Dufano and dancing starts Building No. 13 has been re- cost 8000. The installation going tk co-ed who went for a walk in t
.. .. at 2045. into our present bombers-an -
the woods.
zoned and is an unauthorized
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optical radar bombing and navigational
I parking area for military and When they came back they
civilian personnel aboard the system costs about were so tired that they went to
VP-5 Gets I Naval Air Station, the Secur- $250,000 for a single plane. their-rooms. All of a sudden:
A 1,630-ton destroyer cost $7- "Someone's been sleeping'in
office has announced.This ,
.. -' ity
' LeaderIn area is intended as a 000,000 in W.W1I; one about twice n........... my bed," said the big co-ed in a
New the Weight today costs $40,000,000. I deep voice.
parking area for persons seek- Comdr. Stuart
"Someone's been sleeping in my
a full dress change of com ing employment. Naval Air Gets Supply Post bed too," said the middle sized "
mand ceremonies last Friday, Station military and civilian Rear Adm. Joseph W. Fowler : A veteran flyer of 15 years, co-ed in a medium sized voice.
personnel parking there in the Comdr. Stuart while
Comdr. James C, Houghton relieved (Ret) has been appointed Direc- in. "Good night, girls," said: the
future will run the risk of having 'I on TAD with G-3 Operationson
Commander Hex W. War
tor of the Supply ManagementAgencies little co-ed in a little voice.
their vehicles towed the General Headquarters
officer of away. 1
ner as commanding of the Department of J ]
Staff of General Matthew B.
Patrol Squadron Five. Defense Munitions Board. I
Ceremonies began with a complete "My wife talks to herself.] I Ridgeway in .Korea.. Promotion For

personnel inspection: during "So does mine but she doesn't The virgin timber woman lived I I Ii
which Comdr. Warner per. realize it. She thinks I'm listen singly until she died. The reason I i In his 17'j' years of active Naval I Lcdr. MartinLcdr. .i

sonally bade farewell.In ing." she was never axed! Service, Comdr. Stuart has

.. his fare- been stationed aboard Clark O. Martin, staff t
, ors, cruisers; and
well address to battJewag'l supply officer for CommanderFleet
round out the
the officers and a w J. Aviation he Air Jacksonville, was pro-
I picture
moted last week to the rank of
men of VP 5, t as commanding officer of several full commander. ".
Comdr. Warner p heavier than air squadrons in the :
Comdr. Martin reported to Ad-
expressed his Navy. miral lIardison's staff for duty in
His of service also include
gratitude and years 1950 from sea duty aboard the ''t
] a tour of shore duty with
USS Palau. Prior to being stationed
pride in the Bureau of Aeronautics and the .
aboard the aircraft
squadron for Shore Establshments] Survey carrier :
he was attached to the Naval '
its "fine work Board headed by Rear Adm.
Houghton Aviation Supply Depot in Phila-
._ Y in securing the Navy 'E' Whitehead. He is graduate of delphia, Penn. \
Annapolis] Class of 1934.
Following three presentations Before joining the Navy in, i
) for commendable and meritorious z 3 March 1941, Comdr. Martin' had I
duty to Lcdr. Harold E. Belew] ,. It was while on the Survey received a Bachelor of Science
Lt. Wilbur W. Warlick, and Avia Board that Comdr. Stuart last from the
degree University of
ca'me to Jacksonville prior to being .
; '. tion Chief John Y. Phelps, Comdr. aq Virginia.
Houghton officially relieved transferred here. Comdr.
Comdr. Warner of his duties as Stuart declared, "I was ynpress- After joining the naval service

commanding{ officer of VP5. ed with the climate, the beauty, Comdr. Martin received indoctri-
VP-5, flying the Navy's P2V and operational efficiency of nation in supply procedures and
Neptune type patrol bomber, is the Jacksonville Navy area. was billeted aboard the old USS

under Fleet Air Wing Eleven.. An Jacksonville was my first choice Pennsylvania. lIe was aboard the

anti-submarine squadron, its i for shore duty, and I am looking battlewagon when the infamous

fleet duties call for complete Atlantic I forward to my tour at the Center I attack on Pearl Harbor was per

; seaboard coverage, from with a real pleasure. petrated. ,,
Newfoundland and Nova Scotia a Comdr. Stuart has a brother The year 1944 saw Comdr. Mar
down into the Carribbean.The and a half brother in the service tin returning to the Pacific aboard

Battle Efficiency Award, also. His brother William A. Stu- the USS Lowndes, an attack:
The Navy "E" for Atlantic Fleet LAB CONFAB-A new meter for checking: pressure and temp art, Annapolis Class of '32 is a transport which participated in

patrol plane squadrons, was pre- erature, attached to the master aerosol Insecticide cylinder devel- Captain no\ serving as opera- the invasions of Iwo Jima and
sented VP-5 last August by oped in the Malaria and Mosquito Control Unit laboratories, is tions officer with the Commander Okinawa. Shortly before the end
Commander Fleet Air Wing 11. examined by this trio of specialists Left to right are: Lcdr. RichardT. Naval Forces, Far East, Tokyo. of the war he was designated
I i Holway, Lrdr. John M. Hirst and Lcdr. Kenneth L. Knl ht. lie!- His half brother. George D. Fow- Lcdr. From the transport Comdr.

Hear about the two maggots way is from the Preventive Medicine Division, BuMed, Washington ler, Jr., is a Lieutenant in the Martin reported to the Naval Av.
.who were necking in dead Ernest D. C. The three attended a week-end conference in Orlando on Air Force now serving in Oki iation Supply Depot in Philadel,

.. ..+ ? insects of medical importance to the Armed Forces. nawa. phia. ,.


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 24 January 1952By

:- -to-Enter Annual '

I IGolden Gloves TourneyThe

( Armed Forces Press Service)

Michigan State's football jer- ninth annual Jackson- "
tact Chief Bill Scott Mainside 1..
number 78 has been at
sey perman- ville Golden Gloves Amateur
Gym, or phone 585 or 593. -
ently retired. It was worn by All-
American tackle Don Coleman on Boxing Tournament will beheld For the past several years the

the 1951 team. Coach Biggie in the Gator Bowl, Feb. event has been held.in the Duval

Munn retired the number in naming 21, 22 and 23 under the spon- County Armory but officials of
Coleman the school's top gridiron sorship of the Jacksonville the recreation department de-
cided to hold it this in
athlete. It is the first time a year one
Spartan athlete has been so hon- : Recreation Department.Present of its controlled facilities.As .

ored Coach Bobby Dodd's plans call for Jax Navy customary; there will be
Georgia Tech football team made to enter at least one, and per- two divisions for boxers partici- ,
its fourth Orange Bowl contest a haps several men in both the no- pating in the meet, novice and .....

successful one New Year's Day si lo-, # vice and open classes. A coupleof open. Novices are those.who have
by nipping Baylor. 17-14. Tech's I smokers will be held here at never won an award in an A. A.

teams were the first to play in the station prior to the tourna- U. boxing tournament. The open

all four major bowls A reunion ment, to select Navy representatives. class includes boxers who have -.
was held in the 'Gator participated in a district or lar- -

Bowl on the same day. Miami defeated Ring men interested in compet- ger tournament.
ing in the Golden Gloves
Clemson. 14-0, to avenge can con-
a 15-14 defeat by the same teamin I All competitors must be ama
the 1951 Orange Bowl. The Call teurs 16 years of age or over. All
Out For Jax Navy
second game rejoined 38 players must be registered with the Florida
from both squads. s Tennis Team CandidatesNaval or some other association 6t
I the 'A. A. U. Service boxers do

It was a pupil vs. master case personnel at the Naval not need an A. A. U. card but
when Denver University's hockey Air Station interested in vying must have a letter from their
team squared off against Michigan for berths on the Jax Navy athletic director to the effect.
recently. The pupil was for- Tennis squad can get in touch they are amateurs. The deadlinefor

mer Michigan great Neil Celley, i S with Chief Leon Wilson, phone entries is midnight, Feb. 20.
now Denver's ice mentor. His opponent / extension 8217. There will be eight divisionsof

and former coach was Vic Practice will begin Monday, competition in both the open ..
Heyliger. Celley played against I Jan. 28 at 1615 on the courts and novice classes-112 pounds,
Denver last ;year and scored three adjacent to the WAVES Bar- 118 pounds, 126 pounds 135
goals for a single game "hat racks. pounds; 147 pounds 160 pounds,
trick." I 175 pounds and over 175 pounds.
a a .

Records were made to be bro- ,.,'-' At the end of the tourney, a
ken and Syracuse's basketball I WarmingThe team will be selected to repre-
captain Ed Miller has been doing NAVY FOES TANGLE-Bob DeJoy, VF-43 forward, sends a sent Jacksonville and Florida in
that. So far this year he's set a I two-pointer through the meshes as the Cecil Fielders move out in the Tournament of Champions at
new school single game mark front to beat Mayport Navy, 60-41 in a City League fracas. Other BenchBy New York City, March 2, 3, 4 and

with 40 points. lie has averaged VF-43 men in the photo are John Ruschel and Jim DeJoy. VF-43 5th. ..
has seven of eight to date. Official blanks and A. A. .
244 points in the first five won games ( Armed Forces Press Service) entry
A three-game losing U. registration forms may be obtained
games. Amateur Magician Paul Brown
streak for the California Univer- Leaders Of NATTC from the Jacksonville Rec-
Cage Loop momentarily lost control of his
sity frosh team set their basket reation Department, 311 West ...
rabbit-producing hat when the ..
Duval Street, telephone 4-8331. -
ball coach Art Gallon in the Los Angeles Rams whipped .
- dumps. When all other strategies Have Close Call But Hang On
Cleveland, 24-17, for the 1951 professional -
failed, he wore his favorite yellow football championship. Jayvees Lose Out

tie to the games. It proved Competition grew tougher in NATTCenter's basketball intra- But his five successive title teams ,
lucky enough to start the teamon murals last week and both league leaders fought hard to hang on to have made him the best gridiron

an all-win skein, unbroken their top spots and perfect records. coach of the day Only a perfect In City Hardwood
through five a straight contests.Nebraska's AE School squeezed past Com Norm Van Brocklin to Tom

missary, 40-37, then edged AN ajain paced TraFac. Fears touchdown pass, three key
track fortunes ir L (P) Students. 52-50, in a triple- Marines Victors pass interference penalties and a League PlayoffsJax
the won-lost column this winter overtime thriller that had thee Another overtime game last called back touchdown enabledJoe

have taken second place to National League lead at stake. 'I' week saw Marine Students top Stydahar's Rams to halt a Navy Jayvees Anished in
achievements of pole vaulter Score by periods in that one was AO Students, 35-33. Dammeyer'sfield battling Cleveland team. For
third spot in the first half race of
Don Cooper. He's one of four 15- 13-8. 19-18, 36-34, 42-42, 44-44, goal made the difference in Brown, it was the first time the City League, following a I
foot'men in competition this sea 50-50 and 52-50. the first overtime period. Schu- the relentless perfectionist had I
of three tie for
playoff a -
son, and is considered a strong Paris, Avard and Downs were lein was high Marine scorer and been slowed down in schoolboy, first place. way. .'

choice for the 1952 Olympics high scorers for the Electricians. Ruel paced AO Students. college or professional cham- The Jayvees were subdued, 72- .
Title chances for Oklahoma Uni Gould and MacCar- The prospective Ordnancemencame In 20 of
pionship play-offs. years 51, by RC Motors who in turn
versity in wrestling look good fora thy led the Students' scoring. In back to trounce First Lieu- coaching all three levels his teams were dropped by Towers Hard-

second successive year. Coach the Commissary game, Barton tenants, 42-22. Dobbins led AO had won 201 games from 239 op- ware. Towers men took first '
Port Robertson brought the na paced AE and Hablewitz. was scoring and Murphy paced the ponents. With topnotch operators place honors.A .
tional crown to the Sooners last for losers. "Automatic Otto" Graham
high Commissary. like potent second quarter for RC
year after five tries. Oklahomahad Dispensary In Close Call Commissary, which lost its Dub Jones, Lou Groza, and Marion Motors found the Jayvees on the
not had mat team for
a several first four and caught fire controlled Cleve-
games Motley, he
Dispensary had trouble. holdingthe short end of a 23-12 scoring I
years before that Aus- to win three of its next four, roll- land's fortunes all the time. He
tralian influence in American college American League\ lead, too, streak. After being one point i .;
topping Supply 40-36, in one ed over Marine Students, 52-45. called every offensive play ahead at the end of the first ..
swimming is again being
Hablewitz and Knobber set the through six seasons-72 wins in ..
overtime after defeating
felt this Yale's 1951 star period quarter, the Jayvees trailed 40- J
year. Commissary pace; Schulein led 83 contests. ..
Personnel 43-33.
29 at the half. .
John Marshall competes against .
fellow-Aussie John Davies of The Corpsmen trailed Supply, the Marines. Neither team had a high scorer I I
12-20 at the half. Fourth quarter The dopesters picked Commis- Brown's achievement with the worthy of mention the points be- : I
headlines but
for not
Michigan ,
to finish high in National 1951 Cleveland football edition
score was 36-36. Hoberg paced ing scattered among all the play.
for wins. Davies is a breast i I
League standings despite that all the amazing because
was more .
Dispensary; Engel was high man ers. "
stroke swimmer and Marshall is for Supply. In the game with shaky start. The teams] only loss the Browns squad is the : Wednesday the Junior varsity ,I ;
a free style champ. in its four games was that 3- oldest in the league in
1 Personnel, Horberg again copped pro age men traveled to Waycross, Ga. to I
Dispensary honors, with Taylor I I point defeat by leagueleadingAE and experience-a fine performance engage South Georgia College ina I j
high for the Yeomen.In School last week.AMERICAN by an ever-moving football scrimmage game at the Way- )
other American League LKAGl'K: magician. cross Municipal Auditorium. The J
W I. *
games AO Ship's Company top- Dispensary ._ .. 14 0 second round of the Men's City
'' ''' -
pedMircraft Maintenance, 35-27, Supply ., : I 2 Football's loss is wrestling'sgain League got under way last Tues-
::::: : ::: : )
Personnel .:: : :: ::: : -.7 3 this Already fightingthe
then lost to Personnel 48-44. year. day with the Jayvees playing
AO Ship1 Co ................... S 5 mat is Leo Nomellini, ;
Richardson was high scorer for Special Service 4 6 wars their first game on Thursday I
ey the Ordnancemen in both games; Aircraft Malnt .. ::::::::::::::.' 4 6 standout San Francisco "49er" against Cecil Field. ,
Kerr paced Aircraft Maintenanceand AN (P) Shlp'i Co ........_.......2 8 tackle. He donned the tights torassle" Friday the Jayvees are scheduled J 1
Marines Perm. (9 9
McCaffrey led Personnel. NATIONAL LKAGl'KVf' : this winter for extra to play an exhibition game ,

ll Supply beat Special Services, I. money. with various football, basketball
AE ........ ...... .. ... 9 0 J
53-39 with Farrar for the and baseball stars from the University
high ANP( )hs1td' ::..::::::::., 6 2 .
Storekeepers and Salvatore pacing AK School .........-...............?..? 6 2 "What does your wife say"when of Florida as a preliminary s. t
Special Services. The SS team AO Students ? ... ............ 6 3 you stay out late like this? to the varsity tilt with Par- }
Commissary ....1:. ..:=, .....:: 3 5 "Ain't got no wife." ris Island.
bounced back to edge a surprising Marine Students _. ..._... .._ 3 6 1
ANP( ) Ship's Companysquad TraFac ......... ..... ..-_.-...?_ 1 7 "Then what's"the idea of staying Hayward Sullivan, quarterbackfor .
4239. Cobb was Special First Lt. ?. .... .......__....... 9 9 out so late? the University of Florida; Bu-
1 aS Services high scorer and Cliff ford Long, halfback; Bobby

Davis paced ANP). Knight, end; and various other
Alt School Climbs I Two Winners In Sports QuizThings II non-basketball athletes comprisethe

Earlier, AN (CP) Ship's Com team which is sponsored by
pany had defeated Marine Per- are getting tough in as 1600 Monday. There have Radio Station WGGG.

manent Party, 39-26, with Tom the Jax Air News weekly. been times when the winnerwas The Jayvees second round City"' ,
Davis high for ANP( ) and I not determined until the League schedule is as follows: .' :
Browne leading the Marines. Sports Quiz. Only two correct' last closing hour of the con- Jan. 24, Cecil Field; 29, VC-62; 1-"

Permanent Party forfeited its answers were provided to the Feb. 1, RC Motors; 7, Great Sou- -
and don't out till it's
11 clean come! next game to Aircraft Maintenance. weekly query. test.Backes thus wins first prizeof thern; 12, VC-5; 19, VF-13; and

Charles Backes, civilian em- $3.00 cash, courtesy of NAS 26, Towers liag aware. Sum-

National League play last week ployee of Yard Mail, NAS, Special Services, while Dur- maries. JAYVEES: ...
saw AK School climb into a tie copped first place prize, while den receives a case of soft FO FT TP* )"
Delay Start Of for second place with ANP) Stu- Robert Durden civilian em- drinks from the Navy Exchange 1115k s s 8Gsy

dents. The Storekeepers dropped ployee of Public Works who drive-in drinks count S 1 .8 8Ile.drirks S

NAS Cage Action First Lieutenants 35-23, and won last week's contest, was er. There was no third prize Ditty S 2 2nar.
overwhelmed Training Facilities, second with the answer to the winner to accept a free meal ..,. .e S. J'
Opening play of the NAS intramural 5210. Hamilton and Ferguson question,."Who was the young- chit to the civilian cafeteria. T.1).akly. PJ' 1 x
basketball leaguehas paced AK School; Putch was.high est girl to win the National This week's quizzer is a com- W.lernta. 1 4Gallaher
been delayed due to work for' First Lieutenants and Cinko Women' Tennis Singles title?" paratively easy one: 2 4IIsrdy I
being done on the Mainsidegym led TraFac. May Sutton was the youngest "What modern baseball play. Law : : J: 'lJIII..I.

floor. Before their triple-overtime ever to win the title. She was the Most Valuable Player ... .
Public Works is refinishing tussle with AE School, ANP( ) turned the trick: In 1904 at 16. and pennant-winning managerof
the floor and play will be Students had romped over Training She was two and one-half the same year: ? What year _._ T.I.I MOTORS si U atitc
started as soon as the job is Facilities, 71-20. Boyle was months younger than the 1951 was it?" Fa FT Tr4
completed.No high for the Students and Cinko champ: Maureen Connolly, who Remember no answers will 1 2 4li.dJ
opening date has been also won at that age. be 'accepted before 0900 Fri. Itwea' 8 I 1 J4 1
set as yet, but all teams will Mother: How did your teacher Both answers were late In day. Phone numbers are extensions Kerr 4 2 JI
be notified in due time. The like the composition I helped( you arriving, which again empha- 8184 and 216. Military )'.1114 S 1 1

league was originally scheduled with last night? sizes tht fact that it to never and civilian personnel from VI..I... S 1 I 1 It"arr. I

to open play Monday, Jan. Little girl.: Oh mother, she too late to call in your answer, NAS, Cecil Field and Mayportare (.1''. 1 I S .
21. liked it a lot. I got a horrible Answers will be taken as late eligible. T.ts1. ...
mention. 3. n 11


24 January 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page- ---Seven--

,. .. O&R Picks Up P .. Fliers Record 8

Early Keg LeadIn PlayO&R V Wins in 13 Starts

BULLETIN:-Jax Navy Fliers rolled to an 89-44 triumph over
jumped into an early lea. NAAS Sanford Tuesday night on the latter's court for their eighth
.. gue lead in the NAS intra.mural .
win in 13 starts.
bowling race by collecting a fast:
8 points in two matches.In Jax Navy's Fliers found it rough sailing last week, drop

Monday night action at the I ping two of three frays to tough opponents. The local court- I

Mainside alley O&R took aU 3 f men subdued Charleston Zippers, 81-45, while succumbing to
three games from VP-5 and ('01-
Teachers 76-65.
lected high total pins with 2261 Parris Island, 80-72 and Georgia ,

to collect their second full measure ; Tonight, McDill AFB will makean
play host to Georgia State Teachers -
their 72-4
of 4 points.'Commissary -t y attempt to reverse
loss to the Fliers on the NAT- College, the Fliers came closeto
Stores blanked 1 by'
.... Hospital by grabbing all three TC floor and Friday the Parris surprising a heavy favorite before -
Marines will saunter onto
Island going under 7665. The win
games and collecting a pin total ,
the court to test the mettle of the
of 2159 to the Medics 1901. for the second was the second the Teachers have
Fasron-109 and VP-3 fought to r Jax Navy cagers*..*- scored over Jax Navy this tea-
tie with 2 The time.
a points apiece.
. Next Tuesday the Fliers trek to
... Fasronites took two games but Southern. Bow To Teachers
lost high pin total to the VP men Florida
2070-2069. The Fliers gave the unbeaten The Fliers lagged just a few
by one point,
Two men have already joined Parris Island crew all they could points behind the Teachers until
the intra-mural "200 Club" by handle before losing by a marginof two minutes before half-time

posting scores of more than 200.( eight points. The Marines have when the Teachers dropped in -a
Ivan Barker of VF-13 rolled a taken everything in sight this quick 12 points to pull into a
216 in competition last week and year, including a host of south- half-time lead of 58-44 which was
Ed Farrell from Commissary eastern college quints. more than the margin of victory.

chalked up a 202 score while keg- The game was close all the way, Pat Voyl'es exploded in the
ling against Naval Hospital last with the margin never over five third quarter and took almost ev-
Monday night.At points until near the climax of: ery rebound away from the

the end of league competi- ___..___mm__ __ u__________ the fray. The Marines led at half Teachers in spite of their height

tion trophies will be awarded to REBOUND BATTLE-"Springy Legs" Laswell, Jax Navy for- time 40-35. advantage.

the men holding the highest ave- ward, (white'jersey) goes over the heads of Georgia Teachers to I Flier Bob Grabaz dropped in Randy Whaley, 6'9" Teacher
rage, the.highest game and the flip rebound to teammate. Jack Strickler (23) of Jax eyes the ball 10 buckets and potted three free center, who amassed 38 points
highest series. In order for men: as do the Teachers players. Both Laswell and Strickler have play- throws for 23 points to take high against Mercer University a week

to qualify they must have bowledin ed their last game for the Fliers, having been transferred. The I individual honors. ago, was well blocked by "Snake"Sehringer
at least two-thirds of all scheduled Returning home last Friday to
Teachers took this contest played last Friday, I and collected a comparatively -
games for their team.STANDINGS .
-- low total of 18 points.

()&R'I'.S ..._. .. .. ....... .. _.___. Links Team Steve Zebos kept him to 13 in the
\ .. ... .._.. ._._ 41 first fracas of the season.
J'.nonNo.. 1 *..._.........-.....__.."..... 4 nm news Locals Suffer Poisoning
Co mm. "SforriSprrinJ ....:._._........ .. ..........._ 4
Snlr iI'rrnoBBrl Chosen After Ralph Parsons, guard deluxe
..:=:=:::::::::::::::::: : for the Teachers, hit for most

, mraaiilctioni. .. ..._....._....._.. 4
MAl) ............____..........__ 4b points in the game with a collection )) -
\('- ( cers) ........_._.._.........__...... S Medal PlayJax &ottsOlympic of 19 counters. The Fliers,
FA"'.J 1 -........_......_.................._. S ; showing teamwork in recent
FanoD.ltl9 __._....... __.__......_ Z
F* r.a-Sl _.. .................-_- _....._ 1i Navy's golf team for games, divided their points with
\F-I3 .. _. 1 last Bob Grabaz sinking 6 field goals
chosen Saturdayand
i.. (>*<; _=: :'."'....::::::..::::::::..::.':':".::":: e 1952 was and 5 free tosses for a Navy 17

>'I'Infirmary- ... .... .. .._.... ... .__........__ Sunday following a 36-hole .
_.... ... ... .... ..... ..__ 0 medal play elimination. point high.Ptomaine
Hospital ..... ...... .. ...... ........ .._ poisoning took both
Fnron-6 No. 2 ............. ......... ....,....... ... Heading the list of team Steve Zebos and Bob Reinhardtout
I members is Ervin Scott who
of the At
shot a 76-71 for a 147 and low Hopefuls Eye game. game
Reinhardt was in the hospital.
Waves Club honors in the qualifications.Scott Several Fliers who played were
followed by
was closely still feeling the effects of the poi
Bill Foulk who placed second- All-Navy EliminationsOver soning. The team had gotten hold
for 149.
Peaches Play with 71.78 a
of some bad food on their recent
Other men comprising the a hundred local men trip to Parris Island.
and doing
team are; Jud Pearson (75-77), have signified their hopes for are loping along Trounce CharlestonThe
Here Sunday Ed Barnes (76-77), Craig Mc- Olympic consideration.Both calisthenics to get in trim for Fliers headed into their

I Kee (74-81)), Lou Chaff (78-78)), NAS and NATTC men impending elimination meets to toughest week of competition by
The WAVES court sextet clashes Ken Sutton John Den. held NATTC this March.
(79.79)1 be at decisively trouncing the Charleston -
. with the strong Atlanta Peaches son (81-77)), d Boswell
245 Game Men are swarming into the Zippers, 81.45, at Charlestonlast
at the NATTC Gym Sunday (78-81)) Dave Sweeney (78- week.

afternoon at 1230. 83), Jesse Younce (82-79), Mal- gyms and jogging along on Prolific Bob Grabaz again
off to bad start in colm Hirsch with (83-78). was
Getting a the NATTC grinder in prepar- the big gun with 24 counters, 8
the first half of the basketball Three men from last year's tion for the high and low hur- from the floor and another 8

season, the WAVES sextet is team did not qualify this year. Danny Senecal of FAW-11 now dles, 100, 220, and 400 yard run- foul shots. The Fliers had more
looking forward to establishing They were Bob Wallace, Dave commands first place in the ning events. Cecil Wyant, Mile than doubled their opponentsscore

themselves more firmly in theGirls' Moody and John Adams "Break the Bank" contest by vir- Lindzy, Jack Sheridan, Jim by half-time, at 31-14. Three

i second City half. League during the The golf schedule has not tue of his boWling a 245 game. White and Bill Ziegler among Zipper men fouled out trying to
been but others are working out the tide of the
. completed arrange- many stem rampaging
In the first of the second Chuck Colwell is entrenched in
j .. game
ments have been made for nightly. Fliers but to no avail.
I round played Friday, Jan. 18,, matches to be held on a home- second with 218. Helsinki, Finland. bound Don Laswell and Bob Stricklerare

I" against league WAVES leading Pepsi- and home series with Eglin The pot is now worth $16.70 hopefuls will continue workouts no longer on the varsity
Cola the fought gamely
; but ,were outplayed by a more AFB, University of Georgia, as the final week approaches.At with the pace quickeningwhen squad. They were both NATTC
I Stetson Patuxent River Fort takes students and have completed
I experienced squad. The final the end of the month the Coach Paul McCoy .
Bcnning, Pensacola, Roll i n sand over for more intensive train- training at Jax. Both men movedto
" 1 score was 47 20, Pepsi-Cola Florida State University. money will be divided, 50 per ing of these men this week Memphis for further training.
another victory.MacMichael's .
chalking .up 20 cent going to the highest man,
I There will be between Summaries.
Sundries had a and 30 matches played this 30 to. the second and 20 to the Sweat suits may FI.IFRS
I fight on their hands when they third highest. If someone should at NATTC or NAS Special t." FT T rc.Carroll .
met the WAVES on the Jackson season announcements., according to the latest shoot 250 or over the prize auto.. Services for those who have 0 0 0 0 2

High court Monday night. The matically goes to the high shooter. not already gotten them. Weisel :.!to. 2 3 7
score was tied 17.17 with two I I At the present the men are LasIVell 3 1 7

minutes left to play when Betty Ship's Company I Sonja Henie won the women's working out by themselves, Dunkly,et' 5 0 0 1 11 0Sehrini
Smith of MacMichael's chuckedone world championship figure! skating developing wind and staminaon Stl'lckltI' e 2 0 .4
in to take a slim 19-17 mar- ten times and took three fields in both NATTC and SIpes 5 3 13.
gin over the WAVES. Standoutsfor 'Red7 Bowlers Olympic titles. NAS. raet Ii S 1 7
the WAVES were Annie : Hardy 0 0 0

V.'inn, Ruth Richardson, Alice 'r"t.l. 26 JJ fiS
Larrick and Eva Buenger. ''Crown .nRI..A 1.Al'UfoI:
The WAVES will take on Capture F.. FT Tr);.
Duncan I. ::1 J'IPaUol'lt !
.. Great Southern, second placeholders Ship's Company (Red) Team of a fS:+tj -!- ,.. Y 0 0 11
Friday, night at 2130 at the NATTC Airman School bowled e. i .osaa A $ 0K v Shoat Renfro 0 3 0 6 12 OPhaley

Lee High. over two opponents last weekto \ R 2 18
cop the bowling championshipof Phllll1 2 0 .4
7 5 19!
the NATTC in addition the Griner 0 0 0
More Talent 2
Ja;: Navy competition.The Clements 4 0 8
Ship's Company team, leaders Bond 0 0 0Vano'er
0 (I fI
Needed For of the American League, Total. IC
downed the ANP) Ship's Company 1 .
(Blue) team to win the A
" Cage SquadsJax ATTC title, then went on to Linksmen ParticipateIn

down Fleet Air Wing 11, winnersof Mount Dora :Meet
varsity and junior
Jax Navy the NAS league.
varsity basketball squads are The NATTC team came out on Five NAS linksmcn participated -

in need of more talent. ... top in a 5 out of 9 game series in the Mount Dora Pro-Am
Many team members are attached over FAW-11 to win the Jax tournament held last week, with -

O' ... to NATTC schools and I Navy trophy. Ken Sutton finishing as a memer -
7 are bring shipped out upon Members of the team include: # > of the winning team with a

completion of'-their schooling.Don Harry F. Bushell, BM1; Drive I ; best ball score of 65.
Laswell and Bob Strick- weeney, AMC; Art Riverburg, I Other NAS men competing in
ler have already left the sta- PH3; Richard D. Walsh, ATAN; the meet were Bill Foulk, who
tion and more are to follow. Albert W. Brady, AKC; Ray M. was medalist with a 71; Dave

Injuries have taken Mutt IcQueen, AMC; Jiseph B. Alii- I iweeney, Dave Moody and Fred
Pasco out of the game indefinitely son. AKC; and Ivan D. Alther, i.L1\ Ghioto, assistant pro.
I a loss to the varsity AMC. x. i. .
.1 squad which has hurt tremend- Jim Figg won the first bare

ously. APTv CARSON SCOUES"IRST AWARDS FOR BOWLING CHAMPS-Bowling championship knuckle title in 1719. All fighting
Men with experience are Invited ACE AT CECIL trophies were presented in ceremony to the Airman (P) School then was,done in England without -

to try out for the team. Capt. Carson Hawkins scored Ship's Company Red team by Capt. Lester K. Rice, NATTC commanding rules or legal control. In 1897-
They can report either to of the on Cecil officer, last week. The team won the NATTC Intra-mural James J. Corbett won his match
the first
Building 513, NATTC, or. Field's ace 9-hole course year last crown and proceeded to annex the all-station bowline championship with John L. Sullivan lot the

Building 930, Mainside. week. in a playoff with Fleet Air Wing 11. From left to right are; first title decided. with. gloves. .,1
Both varsity and junior var- A six iron did the work for Captain Rice; Richard Walsh, ATAN; Albert Brady, AKC; Ray ''.
sity will practice Saturday and the Captain when he cracked McQueen, AMC; Joseph Allison, AKC and Ivan Alther, AMC. Absent Lucky Pilot, famous greyhound
Sunday from 1000 to 1200 at Hu&hell BM1 HaveS holds four out of the seven;
.he pill into the hole from the from the photo are team members Harry ; racer,
the NATTC Auditorium. FH3. American dog racing records. .
. .... sixth tee. \\ec"-ey, AMC and Art Riverburg:,


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emmmJ ,

(Items offering for sale articleof
property such as washing machines

automobiles, furniture, radios
clothing and the like ar, IiSrIit
prohibited by Defense Depart
ment regulations. This colum n Jerry Annis of Accounting was
will, however, list such serviceas ; married in Folkston, Ga., Jan. 15 J1
available housing, rides want to Edward W. Klein of Detroit land
ed, lost and found articles, an a has been on her honeymoonfor
of* T similar notices). the past week.
FOR RENT New officer assignments include
Unfurnished Apartment 82, Lt. Harold Boswell as Stock
South McDuff Ave. Avail Control Officer, relieving Lt. R.
able Feb. 15th. Brick, 2 bedrmi r T. Lichtermann, who became of-
$78 per mo. 2-0377. John W t ficer-in-charge of Control Branch
McDonald. I after the departure of Lcdr. Robert
Furn. rm., 2637 Forbes, kit. priv t H. Stonum for. sea duty. ,.
ileges optional, Mrs. J. R. Dal-I A diploma dated Jan. 13 was
ton, Ph. 7-7810. r awarded Betty Hoyt of Requisition
Furn. rm., kit. priv., 852 Clair St t and Order Section from the
Miss Bresee.. Ph. 8-3992 oy K-9 Obedience Club of Jackson
Will share home, Murray Hill ville, upon completion of the ._
Evelyn Doonam, Ph. 2-7323 after course in Novice Obedience
1800. Training by her Dalmation, "Pinto. -
Bdrm. in pvt. home, adj. bath, i BACKSTAGE WITH TED WEEMS-Activity backstage is almost ."
2811 Forbes St., M HagelbornPh. as great as that out front during! the performance and visit 6i. Carolyn Ferris whose husbandis
2-3043. I of a big name band, especially when the perennial favorite Ted an AM3 in NATTCenter, is a
Furn. house, $80 per mo., 625(0) Weems comes to the station. In upper left photo, lovely and new employee of Stock Control
Ortega Farms Blvd., W. C. Wil gracious Bonnie Ann Shaw, vocalist, whistler and dancer\ chats Unit 1. Bernice Merritt of Cor-
lard, Ph. 27595. .j briefly with a few of her many admirers, who quickly make her ''+Ara respondence is replacing Delores
Furn. 3-rm. apt., 2636 Myra St. feel welcome. Larry Lazarony, AMAN, stands at Miss Shaw'sright "' Receipt Control,
Mrs. W. H. Cowart, Ph. 7-8516 while Tommy iNesmun, while Delores is in the hospital.
Furn. 3-rm. apt., $37.50 per mo., AA, is on' her left. Others are r
1124 E. 11th St., K. H. Shaw (left to right) Jess Kennedy, Bill Light and his wife drove to I
Unfurn. 3-rm. apt., 907 Nelsor AM3; Jimmy Poole, AE3; Dur- Charleston and Columbia, S. C.,
St., Mrs. Saymon, Ph. 8-6818. ham Carnes ATI, and Philip L last week-endA
Furn. 3-rm. apt., 4422 ShawnecSt. Laird, AD3. Sewing is the hobby of Eliza.
., Ortega, Mrs. I. H. Nichols, In right picture Bob Miller beth Fennell of Services Branch,
Ph. 23226. AN, waits to'tatch Ted Weems' s who makes some of those taste-
Furn. 2-rm. garage apt., 4442 eye as he obliges a fan with an i ful clothes she wears.
Herschel St., K. M. Nichols, Ph, autograph At lower right, gui- Soon to leave Stock Control
2-0352. tarist Glen West doesn't seem Unit 3 is Mary Sutton, whose hus-
Furn. 3-rm. apt., Murray Hill, to mind the invasion as he hap > : band is being transferred to Nor
Mrs. Ballentme. Ph. 8-1760. pily holds Doris Edwards, AA folk.
Furn. 6-rm. apt., 1312 McDuff St.,, (left) and Trudy Parascandola,
Mrs. Holloway, Ph. 2-4403. TDAN, on his knees. Cameraman -
2-rms. furn., 2789 St. John's Ave.(, received heartfelt thanks
Riverside, Mrs. Pearson, Ph from West when first flashbulb :4'
2-1118. failed to go off and photo had

Unfurn. 4-rm. apt., 3821 Herschel,, to be retaken.
Mrs. Jorgensen, Ph. 2-4553. I xe
Furn. 3-rm. apt., 2144 Herschel]
St., near 5 Points, Mrs. Mary Breezing AroundO MAINSIDE
Feagle, Ph. 8-4733. j 1 Thursday, January 24
Furn. 2-rm. apt., $15 per wk.,, & R a v9 e 'Tecos River" .Charles Starrett
5106 Appleton Ave., Lake Friday January 25
shore Mrs. LeGrand, Ph. 2- "Japanese War Bride" .__ .
7216. The Inspection Group bids __ .n. .. ..Don Taylor
Partly furn. 3-rm. house, $40 per adieu to Chief Guy A. Jones, who' Saturday, January 26

mo., 4304 Baltic St., Ortega, has gone to school at NATTC, } "Goodbye My Fancy" _

John L. :. oore. Memphis, Tenn., and Chief Anthony I k, 4 E Er __ .Joan Crawford
Single furm rm., 2130 DellwoodV. Sunday, January 27"The
Tompkins, Ph. 74355. Macheda, who has joined I Lone Star" Clark Gable
FOR SALE Squadron VP-5 in Hangar 124. Monday, January 28
Furn. 2-bdrm. concrete home I Latest reports are that Macheda "Treasure of Lost Canyon" _
Circle Lakeshore __ .
4814 Beverly William Powell
will soon take a flying trip to ,
Terrace, J. E. Dorflinger.Will Tues, & Wed., Jan. 29.30
trade equity and 2bdrm. the land of ice and snow. j "Phone Call From Stranger" .

furn. house for large house. We are glad to welcome back _._..Gary Merrill
trailer, 1939 East Rd.. Mr. E. Cloyd H. Watson, inspector in the : ts? NATTCENTER
M. Norman, Ph. 9-0612. Assembly and Repair Division, I Thursday, January 24
Unfurn. 3bdrm. house, GI equity, who has been out on sick leave I ,. ... .,' ''Model: & Marriage Broker" .
available March I, 2920 Wick- for the past month. Harold T.I I ._. .Jeanne Crain
wire St., M. F. Blickhan, ext. Meehan, AD2, is taking the examination Exercise Your Friday, January 25
8503. for first class. Privilege "Goodbye My Fancy". __

MISCELLANEOUSRiders Lawrence A. Aepelbarcher.ADE2 ., ..Joan Crawford
wanted-will take 2 riders has a large calendar on Postcard Will You Saturday, January 26
from vicinity of Lakeshore, which he marks off the days in Bring "Japanese War Bride" .
Lakeshore Terrace or St. John's red, counting the time until he -- Don Taylor A
Terrace, 0730-1600, C. E. Howe, waves good-bye to Uncle Sam's Secret Ballot From HomeBy Sunday, January 27
ext. 404 or 8392. Navy "Badman's Gold" _
Riders wanted-Glynlea. South- .Johnny Carpenter
Gerald J Maring ADE1 does nh
side, to NAS, 0800-1630, Mr. ( Armed Forces Press Service) !Mon. & Tues., Jan. 28-29
not want to leave when his timeis
Sometime during the coming will receive a red-striped
Blake, ext. 666. year you "The Lone Star" ..Clark Gable ,.J
Riders wanted-Five Points to up. He is making the most of postcard. By filling out this postcard you will take the first step in Wednesday January 30 ..
0700.1530 E. L. Padrick his stay among us and is enjoy- casting an absentee ballot.If .
O&R, "Treasure of Lost Canyon"William __
ing the fishing. William H Brown
525 Ph. 76880. you decid to vote, there will
ext. or .__.. Powell
ADE1 is to if the that the who
Ride wanted-from LaSalle, San trying see be a few things to fill out on the you were person I NAVAL HOSPITAL
Yankee plugs will catch southern marked the ballot. Drop the enve-
card. You will then mail the
Marco, 0800-1630, ext. 684, pos Thursday, January 24
fish. lope in themail.andyou.vevoted.
Garner. tage-free card to the capital of
Josephine "David and Bathsheba" _
Take a trip down to Power home state. As soon as .' If you have any questions
Baby Sitter, Mrs. C. S. Sutton, your your ... .Susan Hayward
Ph. 22801.Foundpocket. Plant Division, and if you bring state determines that you are an before you mark the ballot you Friday January 23:
lighter in NAS your microscope, you might see eligible voter, a secret ballot will may see your voting officer who "Storm Over Tibet" .
the new luxurious growth on be mailed to at military knows the answers. But remem- ,
Mess Hall, owner contact NAS you your ..Diana DouglasSat.
Chief Ernest Winborne's upper address. ber, the choices you make are
OOD. & Sun. 26-27
when it to marking Jan.
lip which he calls a mustache. your own comes
Lost-on station during Christ.
"Model & Marriage Broker" _
mas holidays, 3-yr. old brown + 1 When you receive the ballot, ballot. ....-__. ...Jeanne Crain
Converting Cruisers Into you vote in secret the same as if
w/black mask
male boxer ans- Monday, January 28"Badman's
Back home, the ballot will be ,
wers to name of Max. Contact I you were voting at home. You Gold"Johnny ..
Guided Missile Ships will check off the candidates, of counted on the appropriate day '
Chief at 1317B
Henry RandolphSt. with the votes of your neighborsand .. _.. Carpenter
Reward. Washington (AFPS)- Conversion your choice, seal the envelope ,you will have participated, Tuesday, January 29
and have the proper person attest
of two heavy cruisers into with equal voice, in the election.If "Japanese War Britlq--------- .
Traffic ViolationsListed the world's first known guided I by chance, you're stationednear .._........__. .Don Taylor
missile warships will soon be your home town, you will be Wednesday, January
below are the traffic undertaken by the U, S. Navy. allowed up to one day off in "The Lone Star", Clark Gable
court penalties awarded at this Extensive remodeling will soon which to vote. This is in additionto I
station for traffic violations com- begin on the cruisers USS Can- your regular leave time.
mitted for the period Jan. 10 to berra and USS Boston both for- o
Jan. 17: merly part of the Pacific Reserve r t1F'1 Thus, the Service's have the responsibility '' )) '
., Multiple Offenses: C. E. Parks, Fleet. of seeing that the MOOSE -- 0'
r 'AA-Faulty equipment; speeding door is left open for you to vote.
;,'. ; restriction of car until re The states generally make it eas-
paired. College CreditContinued ier for you to exercise your vote
G. Buc AN Reckless driv-
+ G. than for civilians.Of .
ing, no station tag, inattentive ( from Page 1) course, you must meet the ;' ....
:t driving; 30 days: loss of driving REGISTRATION will be heldin eligibility of your particularstate.
privilege the Technical Library at NAT- These have been greatly
D. W Kueltze, AA Faulty TCenter in Building 501, on Mon- simplified in the past few years
equipment, driving in restricted day, Jan 28 from 1630 to 2100. for Servicemen. The require-
"0 area, no state's driver's license; This will be the only opportunityto LUCKY GUY- Gazing won- ments for each state will be pub-
,;,, restriction of car until repaired. register for the classes. For deringly at the gaping hole in lished in later issues. Watch for
Speeding: E J, Field, FN; Commanding more information, personnel can the canopy of his Skyralcler them.
Officer for action. contact their education officer, or plane after it was hit by a Com J )'
Miscellaneous Offenses: W. W. phone extension 8532. munist missile over North Korea It was the new recruit's first O
Moran-Lost Station tag; 5 days These college off earn pus is Ensign Emmet Allaud of turn of sentry duty. So his voice
loss of driving privilege. courses are part of a program designed Squadron F-51, attached to aircraft was rather shaky as he exclaimed -
N. T. Butcher, AN-Lost Sta- and planned to help serv- carrier USS Essex. Ensign : '
tion Sticker; 5 days loss of driving ice personnel acquire an ac- Allaud was unhurt and the "Halt! Who is there?"
privilege. ademic college education whilein plane was only slightly damaged. Out of the darkness came the
I' J. Mercer-Lost Station tag; 5 the service. That very day Allaud's wife "Foe"
1\ days loss of driving privilege. Personnel should ask them- had received a letter in which "Have a heart, chum," the sen-
) J. J, Donahy, AN-owner of selves the $64 question, "Can I was enclosed a poem from her try protested. "I haven't had time 'Why are you agreeing; with me,
car driven by Field, listed above; afford to pass up a chance for husband. Title of the poem: to learn the answer to that one private? You know I'm -
/r.. 15 days loss of driving privilege. education like this?" "I'm a Lucky Guy". yet" wrong." .;0.
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