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: February 14, 1952
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Third Annual Navy Charity Carnival To Be Held In May

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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet r i r Jacksonville, Commandeer Naval air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing; 11 /

",. Fuel PoolCentral Economic Study

Fuel ; \ ; MobilizationStudy
" E.rte h t < > Trd

Supply UnitEstablished Course

Set For JaxImpetus

With the establishment of to plans for civilian
participation in a. two-
an Aircraft I'efuelcr Truck c
> week economic mobilizationcourse
Pool as a central fuel supply to be held in Jackson-

agency, it is now possible to t 4L __ ___ _i ville Mar. 10-21, was provided

service aircraft on the Naval I __ with the arrival here Tuesdayof

'\ Air Station 10 minutes aftera I 'i Col. Melvjn G. Brown,

request is made. The pool is j _.... ..>._".. ._ _m......'_----- ice USMC, Chief of the Civilian-
I II Reserve Instruction Branch,
located on Essex Ave., near ,
Industrial College of the
Hangar 11 G. :Armed Forces.
Class 52-1BA of NATTCenter I
Before this facility was estab- Training Facilities listens at- Since his arrival the Marine
lished, the individual squadron or 52 Colonel has been in close co-
., instructor-John Plans Discussed For
tentively as
,.. activity was responsible for pro- operation with the Jacksonville
viding gasoline service for its Jones (left) demonstrates a Chamber of Commerce which is

own aircraft. Now, however, all point in teaching: techniques.This issuing invitations to about 150
the requests for aviation fuel are group, which graduates tomorrow local leaders of industry, educa-
handled by Chief Construction commendedfor Navy Charity CarnivalMembers tion, labor and science to attend
has been
Driver, Lewis E. See, who is co- the course in conjunction withan
'" ordinator for the pool. excellent grades and de- equal number of Reserve officers i.

Under PW portment. Some of them will of the newly established Planning Board for the Navy of the Armed Forces.

The pool comes under the cog- instruct in the new Aviation Charity Carnival met in a "kickoff" conference Tuesday to officiallylay .
nizance of Public Works and has Ground Officers' School here the ground work for the third annual carnival to be held sometime The importance of this course
custody of all aircraft refueler in May. The exact date will be announced later. which offers 39 hours of instruc-
trucks with the exception of those at the Center. Left to right are, Capt.: Julius C. Early, named tion by a staff of six faculty members
which are assigned to different John W. Jones; Warren Heddy, general chairman for the carnival various and sundry drives of the Industrial Colle "

units at NAS for special purposes.A ADC; Aaron Moore, AMC; Carl for the second straight year throughout the year. Money derived been stressed by Colonel Brown
truck dispatcher is continu- McKee, AE1; Frank Midwell, by Capt. Douglas T. Day, NAS from the Carnival is pro- in appearances before Jacksonville ,
insure the commanding officer, met with civic clubs, on radio and tel-
ally on watch to serv- ABC William Chadwick, AE1; rated among various approved
iceability of any aircraft regard- ; the new Board for the first time. evision. Classes are to be held
less of when a call comes in. He Hubert Romero,AMI; Dan Fos- The Planning Board, comprisedof charitable organizations in the twice daily, Monday through Fri-
is also responsible for the maintenance ter, AOC; Larent Halstead, 17 members, all civilian em- Jacksonville area. day, in the Jacksonville Little
and whereabouts of the AFC; Durzel Shepherd AMC: ; ployees, will provide continuityof $40,028 Distributed Theatre. They are said'to cover
vehicles. Billy Allison, AKC, and Guy operating procedures for con- Some $40,028 realized from every phase of industrial mobil-
Ideally Located Trisler, AMC.Weather. ducting the annual event and last year's Carnival was distrib- ization in time of national emer-
of fuels serve as an advisory staff to the uted to five charitable organiza- gency.
Many carried different in the types trucks from I OutlookGood body designated annually by the tions, including Navy Relief Jacksonville Is one of 18 cities
lower are octane gasolines to jet commanding officer. Auxiliary; American Cancer So- throughout the country where

juice. A careful check is kept on fishing weather comingup Details Forthcoming ciety; Duval County American the short coursea condensed
Heart Association Duval County version of the ten-month resident
which type fuel is used and dif- this week-end according to Recommendations and methodsof ;
Chapter, National Society For given at the Industrial
ferent trucks are used for each office operations discussed in prev-
NAS Aerology :
type. If a jet fuel were mixed Friday-Showers and possible ious meetings of the Board were Crippled Children and the Com College-will be presented dur-

". ... with aviation gas, both mixtures thundershowers during afternoon I rehashed. Details still must be munity Chest. The biggest share ing the present .academic* year.
$24,481, handed over to the
It would be contaminated and there- and evening. Generally overcast worked out but according to early was
this carnival will Community Chest, the biggest The course has been organizedto .
useless. Wind from south- reports, year's
fore skies. shifting
single donation in the history of present the problems that will
1 i west to northwest. be "the biggest and best yet".
I Saturday-Clearing and warmer I The annual Navy Charity Car the local campaign. confront the country in a mobilization -
with light westerly winds. nival is held at NAS annuallyfor The Carnival is truly an "all of the national economyin
Scrap Survey Sunday-Warmer and partlycloudv the purpose of raising funds hands" effort with military and I case of war; to show the resources -
:, with southerly winds. j for charity thus eliminating the I (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) and economics of potential .,
; belligerents, allies and neutrals -
Group Due GroumWo-AIr 7Voiniiifl I ; and to show methods and
procedures for making the best ;

Next effort WeekIn. to speed the drive r SeUp Live Ammo Range At Pinecastle use(Please of our Turn resources..to. rage. It 8,does Col. not 5))( \I

for the conservation of scrap ma- u Shortage Of POs
terial, a group of officials from i Duplicating as nearly as Korea- >: to A detachment of Tactical Air I
craft have been parked serveas I
the National ble conditions existing in ,
Department I
the Navy Sixth Districtshortage -
Production Authority and : pilots of Carrier Air Group 4 targets: for the Fleet Air pi- Control Squadron 4 handles the In
tKe Munitions Board will visit have been engaged in tactical air I lots. In addition, fake gun emplacements vital job of directing fire of the
are being built. aircraft. TACRON 4, as the squadron of petty officers is
NAS Jacksonville next week. control exercises this week at the II
: critical in the Sixth Naval District -
is known, is one of three such
F Comdr. Grover C. Heffner, newly activated Pinecastle im-. and will become more so
head of the Navy's property disposition pact and bombing area. MOST OF THE targets are squadrons of Support Air Control -
within the next few months
branch; Mr. -E. W.. Grebof Live bombs and rockets are being heavily camouflaged and pilots of I Group 2 based at Norfolk, Va. the releases thousands of j
the National Production Au- used by the Fleet Air Jack- attacking aircraft are guided onto I I Operations of TACRON 4, reservists from active duty according -
thority; Colonel C. E. Thomas of sonville pilots in the operation the targets by personnel of an air I while somewhat modified, will to Personnel Officer's
the Munitions Board and other which began with individual pilot I contnl group on the ground via still approximate the task being Memorandum No. 1352.
Naval officials will be in the training last Monday and will radio. I I (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5) I'I'I
wind up tomorrow with Air' In particular the shortage will
of the visit is to Group strikes. be felt in the following ratingxoups
purpose assistant Secretary of The exercises are the first of ? : RD SO TM, CM. FC, FT.
the emphasize Navy Adkins' recent request their kind to be held at the area UN. ET, TE RM. YN. PN, SK.
5H, MM MR, BT, EM, IC, EP,
,_ :: that each Naval command.conducta which is located in the Ocala Na-
vigorous campaign for the recovery tional Forest approximately 10 iM and SD.
of scrap material. The miles southwest of Lake George.In In this respect the value of
group is especially interested in simulating actual battle con- raining programs cannot be
the scrap metal conservation ditions'all ammunition-rockets. I iver-emphasized. A program o(
bombs, and machine gun-used n-the-job> training classroom Instruction
..., program.
Actually the salvage of scrap by the pilots is real instead of and optimum
in World ion of non-rated personnel is
metal, which began practice.A I ,
,War II, has never been discon landing strip has been con- mandatory I *
tinued. However the Korean structed in the heavily woodedarea.
situation has speeded up the pro- On the"Strip and adjacent! Marine Sergeant Gains
gram. area abandoned vehicles and air-I.
Second> LieutenancyFrancis

,1 Canadian Naval 'JfllacheTo' Visit I was recently J. McDonald promoted, USMC from,

Commodore H. N. Lay Ca- Air Jacksonville, and Capt. Master Sergeant to 2nd Lieu-
nadian Naval Attache, who is Douglas T. Day, Commanding tenant. He is attached to the
conducting an extensive tour Officer NAS, during his short j Marine Barracks here.A .
of Naval installations throughout stay here. native of Danville, Pa. Lt.
the South was scheduled to According to plans for ren- McDonald is a veteran of World
arrive here this morning.: dition of honors, an 11 gun sal- War II and has served 10 years
It was expected that Commo- ute was fired by the NAS Ord- I GAINS COMMISSION-Marine Francis J. McDonald (right() in the Marine Corps. He holds
dore Lay would visit various nance saluting battery as the I i* presented 2nd Lieutenant's bars by Lt. Col. Harvey II. Atkins, the Presidential Unit Citation.
activities on the base in com- official car bearing the Com- commanding officer of Marine Barracks here during ceremony last Good Conduct Medal and Asia : .
of Rear Admiral Osborne modore proceeded down York- week. McDonald, a veteran of WWII and 10 years in thtf! service, tic-Pacific campaign ribbon ,
,( B.panr Hardison, Commander Fleet town ave. i i was promoted from the enlisted trade of Master Sergeant, with one star I

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 14 February 1952

Report From Washington

JtI X flLfiiJ134JJ3 Per Diem Allowances To Be ReadjustedThree

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Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air
Station. Jacksonville Fla. New Schools At Bainbridge
NAB Jacksonville

Capt. Douglas T Day Commanding Officer By Armed Forces Press Service) basic qualifications. I,..
Comdr. James H. Armstrong _........_.. Executive Officer Readjustment of per diem allowance for .
Lcdr. Gordon D. Walker-------------- Public Information Officer military personnel overseas has been announ- A Newly-devised manual for Navy chaplains ,

Fleet Air Jacksonville ced by the Defense Department, effective was recently drawn up at a four-day
.Rear Adm. Osborne B. Har mm-- .Commander March 1. The readjustment is based upon conference of 27 Supervisory Naval Chaplainsat
the Bureau of Naval Personnel. Part of the
Fleet Air Wing Eleven cost-of-livmg studies carried out by military
_..._.__ Commander commands in the countries involved. discussion was directed toward the recently
CapsJesse S. McClure ..._..__.._ ___ .
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer announced program for the protection of moral
The following bills of interest to Service standards. ..
Naval Air Technical Training Center C a
introduced Congress:
Capt. Letter K. Rice ......._..._.._.___________ Commanding Officer men 1. were A bill recently to provide for the in promotion of Seven hundred assignments are available 't

Comdr. Richard S. Stuart __ .. __....U..h._ _. _. ..... Executive Officer certain commissioned officers who are memo in the Air Force for highly qualified technical
Natal Hospital bers of the Reserve components of the Armed specialists who will accept direct Reserve
Capt Dwight J. Wharton Commanding Officer Forces. (commissions and immediate active duty. Ma-
Capt. Guy E. Stahr __ Executive Officer 2. A bill to authorize the construction of jor need is for more than 400 college graduates .
NARTU modern Naval vessels. in the field of Communication, Psychological -

Capt. Easton B. Noble ......._...._.__..___. .._...Commanding Oflcer 3. A bill to extend to personnel of the Warfare, Procurement, Weather and
Comdr. Anthony Trusso_ __Executive Officer Armed Forces on active duty since June 27, Auditing. A bachelor's degree or higher is _
1950 certain benefits provided by the Serviceman generally: required.
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions s Readjustment Act of 1944. .

8184 and 216. 4. A bill to liberahzq the basis for establishing A new express service providing direct
Editor-Andrew H. Paney: wartime service connected disabilitiesfor transportation of fully loaded truck trailers

Staff Members: Marian Sprenger. J03; Mary Bixones JOSN: active tuberculosis the psychoses and multiple from inland depots in the U. S. to overseas
Dave Devroy, SN. sclerosis. ports of delivery is being developed by the
rut JAX AIR NEWS U CvblUDea wetirr at the U. S. Naval Air SuUo 5. A bill to establish an equal rate for par- Army Transportation Corps. The operation
Jacksonville, Floridaand piloted commercially with nonppr prl't d funds cels sent to or from military personnel sta- called V VANEX is designed to speed up shipment
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P35 Rev
of materiel by eliminating load-
U. S. priority
tioned outside the continental
Nov. 1943. Copies are distributed tree cl chance at the Naval Air St.tlonhe
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit; Naval AuxUlir Air Station Cecil Field aid (. A bill to authorize the Secretary of De- ing from one carrier to. another.
MM U. S. Naval Hospital fense to lend certain Army Navy and Air *
The JAX AIR NEWS ti a member or the Armed Farces Press Service
certain servicesto Three new schools have been opened at the
and provide
without Force equipment
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted
the written permission of Aimed Forces Press Service. Rrpubllcatlon of ether the Boy Scouts of America for use at their Navy's Bainbridge, Md., Training Center. The
matter except by service publications I Is prohibited without permission .f Third National Jamboree and other purposes. schools are for Yeomen, Personnelmen and
Editor JAX AIR NEWS. Quartermaster About 120 men from the fleet

Abuses The Air Force will soon "look over" 10 airbases and 130 men from the Training Center will be
To Former
Fair Answer
in the United States for possible supportto accepted. .
its expanded .
program.The Nearly 100,000 officers and airmen have participated -
Seek Education Rights For Army Finance Corps has announcedthat in the off-duty educational program

it has openings for company grade offi- of USAFI at the end of the third quarter of
cers with finance experience. A college degree 1951. Of this number 56,530 Air Force students
Men In Service Since Korea with a major in accounting and two yearsof pursued USAFI self-teaching and correspondence

along accounting lines are the courses.
Washington (AFPS-An important House Special Committee _._
charged with investigating the abuses of the education bill for WWII - -- -

veterans has proposed a new bill to give free schooling to veterans r- Set Up Live

of the present emergency.The .
(Continued from Page I ) ,
bill introduced by the com- Ii would be allowed. Pay-'
raining performed in Korea by similar'
mittee's chairman, Rep. Olin E. r nents would begin at $70 a month'or 11 groups. Key man in the air con-
Teague, (D) of Texas gives basically 1' single men and $90 for men : :> trol setup is the forward air con

the same benefits as the 'vith dependents. These would be r troller an aviator who is stationed
educed every four months until
WWII bill, but has plugged all lepleted. the front with lines.theground forces 'in

loopholes to prevent racketeering Congressional experts feel that 1- .. ...- .- -- _. -- At Pinecastle this man rides in a
and extravagance. Many observers t his bill is the answer to many NEW LIGHTWEIGHT RIFLE-The Army's new T-47 light- radio equipped jeep in close prox-

in congressional circles feel j (>f the former difficulties and it is weight rifle above is capable of firing a new-type .30 caliber cartridge mity to the bombing range. It is
that Rep. Teague's bill is a forthright E:xpected that it will be well re- at full automatic rate of 700 rounds per minute. It weighs his job to assign targets to attacking -
and fair answer to all the (1''eived'loor when it appears on the eight pounds 1V pounds less! than the M-l. The T-47's cartridge pilots and give them the

former abuses. can penetrate the best steel helmets at 1,200 yards. data necessary for them to successfully
complete their mission.
The bill would give men in Service Mass.; NAS st. Louis, Mo.: NAS .
Former JaxSquadron I Atlanta, GA.; and an attack
since the beginning of the Falls i IN A CONTROL tower, some
from Niagara, ,
Korean conflict one and one half squadron distance from the target area

days of free schooling for every Has N.a Y. others of the control group observe
day in Service Maximum schooling would be 36 months or enough The last previous CAG-8 was the strikes.
time to complete a full college also a Jacksonille Fleet unit. It
RecordFighter Value of this close liaison between
Safety other
course for a degree arrived here in 1948. join air power and ground
fleet units to form Fleet Air
The payments would be paid in this forces has been proven numerous .
direct to the veteran at the rate Squadron, formerly of Jacksonville Hecommis- times in Korea where such
of $110 monthly for single men the Naval Air Reserve Training area until in December it was 1949. Mrs. L. Lamar Daugherty, III tactics have played havoc with ,. '"'
and $150 monthly for men with Unit Jacksonville, completed one sioned (former Olive Fleming) of Personnel enemy troops and supply lines.
dependents. This would be for a :year of active duty Feb. 1 witha
returned to work Monday The Pinecastle area offers the
full time course. For a three- perfect safety record. while Lamar left the closest possible approach to a
quarter time course single men The squadron, flying conventional cpONOTES past week-end to report back to I, realistic impact area to be foundon
would receive $80 and men with and Jet aircraft, is a unit I I
Camp Stewart where he is sta- I the east coast according to Lt
dependents $110. Half-time students of Carrier Air Group 8 which tioned. : (jg) William M. McDonnel, air intelligence .
would receive $50 if single has been operating aboard the officer of the control
and $70 with dependents. carrier USS Saipan in Far East We are certainly glad to see
unit. The Navy currently has one
waters. The barn dance Saturday night Jimmie Harrison of the Records
directed by Moose Hall was a Section back at work and looking other such area located on theisland
income would have to be
Extra of Culebra off the coast of
basis In establishing this outstanding complete success. The same band
reported on the same as well.Morris Haiti.
record the squadron has will be on hand Saturday nightat and Jeanette Sayre went
other bill with the same
the conditions

for full-time and three- 8.562 hours of flying time and 2030. Uniform will be optional. fishing over the weekend but the Use of the Pinecastle! site by the
time students. There 577 carrier landings to its credit There will be a dinner dance only thing they brought back Navy was made possible throughthe
quarter at 1830 until tan. Willie i cooperation of the U. S. Forestry
would be requirement and thus farCarrier I Sunday evening was a good sun-
no of age schooling interrup- Air Group 8 was the 2230. A top notch civilian band Dauphin of Transportation went Service. Harry S. Croke,
no lion proof would be needed. first Naval carrier air group of I will be playing during these fishing over the weekend and district forest ranger from Eus-
Students, could change their the Atlantic Fleet to be com- hours. All Chiefs are urged to says he caught a fish so big that tis, Florida is working with the

course only once. No schools posed entirely of reserve squad- attend this first dinner dance. when he pulled it into the boat Navy on the .project.FIREBREAKS. *.
listed as subversive would be permitted ions In addition to \F-742, II Results of this dance will deter the water went back down three
and private-profit schools which was activated here on mine the outcome of more of the feet. We have had quite a few have been constructed

would have to have at least one- February 1, 1951, the air groupis same. inquiries as to where Willie goes in the wooded area sur-
made up of fighter squadrons i 1 Bingo Friday night with a new fishing. rounding the target site to fore-
quarter of their student body .
stall any possibility of fire from
from NAS Squantum, jackpot prize.
non-veterans. No avocational or
The new little !Miss in the Seitz the use of the live ammunition.
recreational courses would be allowed household has been named Ingrid Other precautionary measures being -
except in individual casesOnthejob Combaf Zone Rotation CompletedWashington
on-the-farm Mary. Little Ingrid is the daughter taken having a stand
and of Lt and Mrs. Carl Seitz and by plow team, under the direction
- -- (AFPS-The rotation I average duty tour of six weighed in at 6 Ibi. 5 oz. of the Forestry Service, ...
of Armed Forces personnel months. I Transportation Division welcomes available to cut new firebreaks
If DIVINE))\ home from the Korean MARINES back George H. McMillian if the need should arise. __

fighting front has worked bet- All personnel in the First Marine of the Heavy Equipment Shop after Stressing safety during pre-
ter than expected. Here's a an extended illness. A speedy': flight briefings, Comdr. Larry
{SERVICES)' breakdown for each service: Div. (reinforced) who were recovery for William A. Barlow Geis, skipper of Air Group 4, directed
: ARMY in Korea Jan. 1, 1951 have and Paris A. Howard who are undergoing that all aircraft ,flying to
i Every Army enlisted man been returned to the U. S. All operations. Welcome to the Pinecastle impact area be .
Protestant and officer who on Jan. 1, flight personnel of the First Margaret G. Gionfriddo from the routed over the St. John's River
M30-M o r n i n g Services, All. I 1951, was in a combat division Marine Air Wing who were in Mail and File room replacing and uninhabitable swamp lands.

Saints Chapel. I or in a direct support unit in Korea Jan. 1, 1951, have been Madre Taylor, transferred to the Officer-m-charge of the detachment
f>915-Naval Hospital Chapel Korea has been rotated with returned to the U. S. In all, Supply and Fiscal Department. of TACRON 4 here is
P930-Sunday School Small ChapeL the exception f>l 80 enlistedmen only 150 Marines-ground per- Lcdr. Tom Kennedy
and 201 officers- all of sonnel with aviation units specialists Correction: The ''Public Works
1045-All Saints ChapeL them difficult-to-rcplace specialists etc, who were' Ko- Recreation Committee wishes to DiscussedContinued
, Catholic In all. the Army has rea Jan. 1, 1951, are still there. correct the date of the forthcoming Plans
D830 and 0930-Mass, St Ed rotated 108.018 enlisted men Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg, Assistant dance which will be held at
( from Pare 1)
ward's Chapel. i and 5,576 officers who were in Secretary of Defense, ina the Woman's Club next month.
t30SEdwards' Chapel (Cate, rnmbat divisions on Jan. L letter to Sen. Richard B. Russell The dance will be held on March civilian personnel from all commands
chism Class). 1951 or in direct support units. (Ga.), Chairman of the 21 rather than on March 7, All "turning to" in what has
1030 Mass, St. Edward's ChapeL NAVYNo Senate Armed Services Com- should plan to attend. Tex Wat- become the No. 1 project cf the
M45-Mass at Hospital ChapeL personnel spending their mittee said in part: son and his Melody Rangers will station. Personnel work for weeks
Christian Science second winter in Korea. A total "I am happy to report to you, provide music and there'll be preparing for the big event.
Tuesday-2000--at Small Chapel of 72,000 Navy men have been on behalf of the Armed Serv- 'round and square daTicmg. Tickets Comdr. James H. Armstrong
Mormon rotated from the forces afloat. ices, that the commitments regarding I will be on sale shortly NAS executive officer, speakingfor
Thursday-19JO-at Small Cha- AIR FORCENo rotation made to jour I the commanding officer at
pel. combat man is spending a committee have not only been II Most girls don't care whethermen Tuesday's gathering, gave the-
Jewish second winter in Korea. Air carried out but exceeded to an I have blue eyes or, brown 1952 Navy Carnival its officialblessing

1830-Monday, NATTC Auditor Force combat crews have been extent that we dared not hopeor eyes as long as they- .have green-. with the signal of "lull .
; that' ." backs. steam ahead." ..
ium. rotated from Korea' after an promise' at time'

14 February 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Threw

"'; ,,"' -, 'Friend O/ The Ferry Vila

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,.,. ; ..,if1" <.<' !;L" ""..:\ ,'j ,, .., I It -. A &T Crew Handles All Types of AircraftIn
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:. -,-. ,,:t ":, .""""'"!.""."""..''*-x" .n't.. ,."..'.. "' '''u ,-,,,;, ,
it ; ,. "" ,, 4
I \ /$''' ., relieve the fery pilot of the
.. i j'! ... : ff.H'1' : Men in the Acceptance.and
IJiti ; t #
'.. I fl .... ......' < ttft., Transfer division of Overhauland responsibility of the plane.
... fi \ar. 'r They then secure the plane
; }' .iff'/ '""''u .. w. "' Repair department have with chocks, tie down reels and

iti one of the toughest and yet cables, no matter what the houror
4 i' most interesting jobs in the the type of weather.Arrangements .
.;;;::'.f' ,,< tff j tr;: ;. department. the plane to be entered are made on the for

.., Actually "AuT" is only a that
roster of the various shops
.. -'++++ :' .1 .w small unit of the O&R depart- specialize in the type of repairs
....; 0"' $ ::. .,..> ,. ment. Its importance stems needs.If .
; : that this particular plane
$ from the fact that it is the
the plane should have to wait
.. ,
11- : first and last of O&R
;' ,':"",,'.. ,,. .. segment for these repairs, it is the dutyof
.. .
%$ ?. .. ;, < .... ......._ :.J. through which a plane must this
\. A&T to
l r."r: ';. .., :" 'OY : pass in its trip through the plane from men corrosion preserve until the

'tP { ;: plant. repair shops can take
/ ; ''<- The division is known as 'the respective

.. .:. + t t-t: : friend of the ferry pilot". It is the plane.A oil is dumpedinto
tt preservation
; ; '
j. t ttif t't 1'tt" to this outfit that planes the plane's engine, delicate

.:. ." :<..!w ..,! u,. __ .. __ .. ... coming to NAS Jacksonvillefor instruments are either re-
repair are surrendered. The moved carefully covered up

order to keep an accurate check on movements of each plane, a code board has been set up division also cares for all planes and the or craft is secured for any
which the line wilt have to move out on assigned to O&R that are waiting -
I in the A&T shack. Ward Chance manipulates a plane crew kind of weather.
the parking area. Planes in or around O & R all have a small replica on the mock-up board that for repair or overhaul. be One of the biggest jobs the
The A&T must
shows their position on the O & R grounds. crew crew must perform is to completely -

.". -..". .,.,.-,.,.."....... ..." ,.. ready to go during all kinds hurri-of inventory every pieceon
weather, even during
the plane and list each item.

WIVES canes. that is missinp. When the planeis
NAVY ready to be "sold" it is marked -
All types of aircraft I are RFI (ready for issue), Another
handled from the newest jet is
inventory a
CORNERThe to the oldest "clunker", by the complete
make the
check to sure
< : four sailor mechs and the six with the
in strict accordance
civilian specialists. Most of the
for aircraft speci-
installation with requirements
ceremony civilians are ex-sailors. Ap-
banquet and party afterwardshas proximately eight strikers of fications. .
passed and a new year of AA and AN rate assist these
be pickedup
work and pleasure is ahead. Planes waiting to
twelve men and in turn re- finished
Mrs. Elliott Newell, who hasproven' after they have
Ddbs ceive valuable instruction about
x their tour of O&R are also the
able ,. ,
to be a very pres- plane handling and trouble-
ident of the club will preside for shooting.The responsibility of A&T, as wellas
the aircraft waiting to be ac-
another year and direct the many current squad of men includes -
., O&R plant.A
projects and activities. "'; ,.. employees Carl Jerni- cepted into the
marked RFI must re-
i x? L4. gan, Bernard "ggers. Tunny ceive attention than
even' more
Due to recent transfers mem- fI I Robinson. David Jordan Joe when it first arrived in O&R.
bership is somewhat depletedand Barnes, Roger Feco and Rob- morning the engine is
new girls with fresh ideas ert Brown and Madison Compton Every and the instru-
are needed to join. Wives interested AD2; Howard Nelson, AN; ments checked to see that they
are asked to come to the Lonnie Austin. AD2; John Post order.
Wednesday, Feb. AA Albert McLellen. AA and are in working
next meeting on ; These planes must also be
20, Time: 1930. at the club house Tommy Chisholm. AN. flown at least once every ten

in Dewey Park. days. This necessitates the ty-

need The of Not-New-Shop new merchandise.is badly Dona-in "And be careful at'all times", Madison L. Compton, ADS (left) DUTIES of this crew start ing and untying of each plane
the intricacies of when a plane comes in for re- .that is to be flown.
tions of any kind are greatly ap- advises Tom Dunleavy, AN, on jet plane care.
preciated. Just call extension These men are part of the crew that handles all the Incoming: and pair. One part of the team will A trip to the compass roseis
St lead the plane to a mooring just one more need that
8286 or 368 and pick-up will be outgoing traffic of O R.
Business soot' accept the paper work A&T administers to an aircraft.
made at
hours arc your every Tuesday from Vet Trainees Must Working jointly with the Flight
1000 to 1600. The store is locatedat Test Electric shop they
the annex of the Barnett Bank again untie the aircraft, tow it

building.Not-New-Shop All proceeds are spent from on welfare the Lose No Time In to electricians the rose to and finish wait the for setting.the

The plane is then taken back

projects.. S and resecured.
Resuming StudiesFormer '
The Nursery is considering the
A shunting of planes is fre-
idea of building a wading poolon
Bill veterantrainees'who
GI quently necessary to allow for
the playground located across
Be- returned to active military passage of another craft or to
the street from the nursery.
made, duty were reminded today by the make room for a larger planeto
definite plans are
fore any would like to know what Veterans Administration that get to the mooring rings that
have little time to lose incase concrete parking
think about this idea. they are set in the
they want to resume theirtraining area
'" There are so many club things officials to be within a reasonable pe- Minor repairs like oil leaks,
/ considered, assured of the riod after their release from ac- fuel pumps and various dis-
would like to be
tive duty. That "reasonable pe- crepancies are also taken care
support of customers before anything riod," VA said, will be based on of if the work isn't consideredbig

is done at all. in the circumstances of each veter- enough for the Flight Test

There are several openings For information an's case, and will depend on the Engineering shop or the spec)
classes. -
.. the kindergarten kind of training he is taking anda iality shops centered in the
call the super-
nursery number of other factors. "big barn" of O&R.

visor, extension. .368. The actions of A&T are gov-

These regulations apply to vet- erned from a "top deck" office

Wives Club erans affected by the July 25, which handles all records of
Navy 1951, cut-off date for entering 4 4When planes in O&R that have left
had O&R and that are due to en-
training who previously
Installs Officers been in training under the GI s,: f" ....,.. ter the overhaul shop.

Club Bill, but who were unable to be a plane has to be moved, it is up to the A & T crew to .
Jacksonville Navy Wives enrolled at that time because of untie the plane, tow it to its new position and re-secure it for any A tiny replica of the actual
No. 86 celebrated the installationof re-entrance into military service. kind of weather. For this crew, left to right, Jack Stallins, AN, parking space belonging to

its new officers at a banquet Veterans were advised to make Tommy Chisholm, AN, Bob Bakker, AN, and Tom Dunleavy, AN, O&R is posted on the wall of

, held Guests Saturday of honor, Feb.were 9. Comdr. their training plans early, rather moving an FG is just one more plane in-a-long- string-, the A&T shack. On this board
than wait for the last minute. -- are small magnetic planes that
James Armstrongand
and Comdr.Mrs. and Mrs. Lewis S. This way, VA said, they may First Dependents Leave Dr. Hirst To See represent the actual planes in

Sims Jr. Lt. Robert E. Elliott, avoid the disappointment of miss- East Coast For JapanNew the parking area. If a crew
moves a plane to make room
offer- ing out altogether.
NATTC Chaplain, gave
tory and was in charge of the York (AFPS-The) first Own EquipmentPut for another, which frequentlY'happens.

ceremonies.Mrs. VA also reminded veterans of military dependents to embark i I the mock plane on tha.

Elliott Newell reelected three requirements that must be from an East Coast port for the In AircraftLcdr. board also makes a corresponding

president of the club, introducedthe met in order to take post-cut-off Far East since the Defense De- i change. i
guest speaker who was Mrs. date training after military serv- partment lifted its 17-month ban John M. Hirst, entomologist Three huge black boards: in

Helen Friend, National Treasurer. ice: on dependent travel in the Pacific at NAS Jax: and president of the office also keep an accurate -

.. The subject of her talk was, "The 1. Conduct and progress of their recently departed aboard the the Florida Anti-Mosquito Associ- check of all planes due t<>

Unity of Navy Wives". previous GI Bill courses must MSTS transport SS LaGuardia.The ation, left Sunday to be present at come in, that are undergoing
Newly elected officers of the have been satisfactory. passengers bound for Japan the installation of automatic aerial repairs, and are ready for is.

Jacksonville Navy Wives Club 2. The amount of training they included 536 women and children. disinfection equipment In naval

are: Mrs. Elliott Newell, Presi- may get after discharge will be aircraft at Corpus Christi, Texas, sue.Night duty on the A&T lint\
dent; Mrs. Marge Saults, Vice limited by their remaining GI 1951, cut-off date applied to and San Francisco.The is provided by men from tha

President; Mrs. Harriett Wier, Bill entitlement. World War II veterans discharged equipment, developed by Dr. duty section. A man from each
Treasurer; Mrs. Christine Bell, 3. And their courses may not before July 25, 1947. For those Hirst in the station's Malaria and of the Flight Tests shop, i

Secretary; Mrs. Edith Fink, Chap extend beyond the wind-up of the few discharged afterwards the Mosquito Control Unit within the specialists irrtheir line, are as*

lain; Mrs. Doris Simons, Parliamentarian GI Bill program on July 25, 1956. cut-off date U four years from past three years, is gradually be- signed A&T duty and must
the law the July their date of discharge.
According to ing installed in all naval aircraft handle emergency cases during
the off-hours and must also
Pay Hike Bill To Armed Services Committee flying overseas. "check the line" to make aunts
-At NAS Corpus Christi! it will hat all aircraft are secured foe
be installed in 2 RSD-type personnel the night.

and cargo planes. One is usedin .
Washington (AFPS-The) bill of Defense Robert A.. Lovett Servicemen asking about the flying the north south run be-
proposing a 10 per cent hike to said that a 10 per cent raiseat pay raise would say: tween this country and South Am- You can't win! Recently *
members of the Armed Forces this time was "necessary to "Who is our union? Who Is erica. The other flies from the young sailor attending a dance a* j

remains in the Senate Armed alleviate the financial hardships going to get us a pay raise?" West Coast to Tokyo via Hawaii, St. Mary's Seminary Jr. College
"I said had always tried to make conversation 'Witlhis
Service Committee. Opening imposed upon Servicemen and Congres Guam and Manila. i
hearings have been completedand their families by the rise in the been your union, and will be attractive companion a gym
closed hearing is sched- cost of living." this time, she told the com The equipment Is also being Installed phony in sepia.
a Assistant Defense Secretary mittee. in Mars-type planes knownas Smiling, he said: "You look like

uled.After the bill has cleared the Anna M. Rosenberg, testifying Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Navy flying* boats, at NAS Helen Brown. '

Committee and been reportedon before committee, also urged Hoyt S. Vandenberg recommended Alameda, San Francisco. Dr. Hirst She nodded her head. "Yes, I

the Senate calendar for three passage of the pay bill as a morale enactment and said, will stop en route to inspect mosquito know," was her coy reply, "C

days it will come up for a vote. factor. She.pointed\ out that "The step would encourage the control: procedures ,.at' .NAS don't ,look' sq good', in yelloweU
. In hearings to date Secretary during her recent trip to Korea, military to stay in Service." an ,Diego. I ther! i

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/ 50 BAD AFTER i << BUSINESS. = Harold D. Buckner, PR3, gets
f,. ,; the nod as "White Hat of the
Week". "Buck" came to the Navy
r ALL'W. from his home in Austin, Texasin

March of 48. Before enlisting ..
he worked for the Texas Depart-

DIDN'T YOU SEE y -\ ment of Public Safety.
= After recruit training at San
\MY 2L
i HAND SIGNAL Diego, Hal was assigned to VP-
f.. 61 at Miramar, Calif. A short
l WHAT HAND FR FAO l while later he was assigned/: to

I lI lI E A oRt ANP( ) School at NATTC Mem-
DEARti 5
I phis and then to PRA) school at
Lakehurst, N. J. Upon completionof
i I Y/EN YOU ASA'ED ME 70 HELP "z school he was assigned to VF- '

r GET YOUAP (44' TO A GAPA5C / HONK YOUR HORN EDQE"A 42 for a short tour of duty and
.w THttE FLORIDA FOLKS then to Fasron Six where he has
/ TN/S INOUD iw / -
l'I BE spent the last 19 months.
T//E 4/ETHOD I' Y Buckner helped in the erectionof

y, e -?- US TOURIST! / //// the Squadrons' first oxygen .
regulator tester and is at presentin
charge of records for the Loft.
Hal played on the 1950 Squad.
ron touch football team and wasa
member of one of the bowling

squads.After. .
his discharge in March of

'this year, Buckner plans on get-
ting into the advertising business.In .
H ITS preparation for this he is tak-

AND DOWNS BUT ing a correspondence course from
LONG TIME --'' the University of Texas.

TO SAVE ENOUGH TO BUY z -\BEAT THE 7TPAFF/C Lucious A. Gaskins, AD3, and

THIS "CAT' BUT I'M NOT LATE, Charles R. Lindsey, AD2, are
FOR SUPPER ANYMORE! O ONJjjfRO back from Miami where they
were sent to pull an engine
change on a grounded AF. The
TI engine change required a week's
0 SE VEL ,. work on the part of the two men.
Two Corsairs damaged in land-
ings have been fitted with new

wings by Structures and are once .
tive and military inspection of again available for flight.
VC-5, Fasron 9. Fasron J09, VP-861 VF-43 Report Fasron 109 Jan. 29 and 30. Results Clayton E. Overholts, ADC has
I I have not been announced.An relieved Donald lUsh, ADC as
oversize set of shoulder- CPO in charge of the Jet shop.

Scouting Jacksonville Area Souadrons boards and collar insignia, pre- Owen Coffee, ADC is now shop
pared by the crew, was presentedto supervisor, Walter Gorski, ADC,
administration Chief, and Frank
Lt. Charles Cadiz Comdr
I R I : by .
Lodeskv.ADC, work inspector.
VC-5 his attention is a 6 lb., 8-oz. baby' field, a united entry should be I William E. Chase at morning Delma W. Stevens, JR. ADC continues -
quarters recently as a result of
Sporting a record of one win girl. I able to present some formidable to serve as material chief.
and no losses in the NAS intra Returning to duty after being opposition and perhaps begin collecting -'I Lt. Cadiz of Lcdr.being promoted to the .

mural competition is the squad. confined at the Mainside hospital some trophies. I rank Sam S. Tambuno, PRC, has
ron casaba quintet. In their only for five weeks is Lt. (jg) WilLiam On the squadron bowling front, checked iixtp, the squadron from
game so far the hoopsters beat E. Killingbeck. After finish which is showing more intense VP-861 Fasron 109 and is now in chargeof
VF-13, 3433. ing his well earned leave James competition every match, Supply Rain has been hampering VP- the parachute loft.
Leading the VC-5 courtmen is R. Edge ADC. squadron leading Personnel, and Ordnance divi- 861 in its activities at Port Lyau- In the squadron supply department -
the high scoring forward, Tom chief, has also reported back to sions are deadlocked for first tey, French Morocco, no little bit. several new changes have
"Lard" Tobin with Bob Ray and duty. place with seven points each. Not only has rainy weather pre- been instituted to make issuancesto
Neill Wallace close behind in Fasron 109 vented the basketball team from the squadrons more efficientand
Other squad membersare Lt. (Or) Calvin L. Klingelhoffer practicing but rained out a gamein easier.
scoring."Doc" Edwards, Jack Price, new arrival for duty with Fasron 109 lost seven shipmateslast which they were winning 171. All priority "A" and Issue to
when Huston' Matthews
Bill Venter, Harry "Buck" Buchanan VC-5, will serve as air intelli- ADC, and Bernie Criswell, AD3, When the quintet needed the Bearer material is now sent directly
Joe Roy, "Shad" Shadburn, gence officer. were transferred to Corpus Christi rain in another game, due to be- to the squadrons. Most of
"Red" Fleming, Al Davis and Carey Until last week the officers' for shore duty Hugh E. Hoo- ing on the losing side, the clouds the squadrons are well pleased
Fowler. "Baldy" Lewis is the bowling team was sporting a 10- ver, AMC. reported to NATTC wouldn't "cry" and they finishedthe with the new operation and feel
team tutor. 10 record but now have another here Sam Tamburo. PRC game on the losing end of a that it is saving them a consid-
; report.
loss due to a forfeit through not 36-27 count. erable amount of time in getting
Lt. Rocaford L. Phillips' pro- ed to Fasron 6 for duty and Joel
being able to muster the required Plans for an outdoor squadron needed material.A .
motion to Lcdr. was honored by Wilson. AKAN. William Schooler -
number of bowlers for a match. party have had to be postponeddue new method of screening returned -
VC-5 and Fasron 51 officers and AD3, and John J. McKenna,
material has also
After forfeiting the four match to the dependably damp been set
last"week inthe YN2
wives in a gathering reported to the separation
weather and contacts up that is also a great time saver.
points the members present roll- are now
of 712. center for But
Vertigo building discharge. eight
made with various clubs in Instead of the squadrons takingthe
Lcdr. Phillips is security officer '! ed some practice games with Major new men have been welcomed I being .. -
VC-5. 'I Eugene E. McIntyre fetching aboard. :. an effort to secure one of them material to the various interested -
a 3 game series of 541 for an evening.After shops for screening, it
Now enjoying a 15 day leave Lawrence Ritter, BUL1; Robert
I cruise that all goes to a central screeningcage
New faces in the squadroncrew an operating
the time indoctrinated McElhaney, AN James Barrett
and being
at same I ; ,
into the fraternity and belong to Duell! L. Smith, ADC; James Hook. ADC; Ray- took them to Algiers, Rome and which has been set up in
duties of fatherhood is CharlesR. ADC, from Patuxent River, Ern- mond Rutherford, AGAN; Joseph Marseilles crews 7 aAd 4 have the middle of the hangar.

Bone AL2. The object oft est Wright, ADC, from Pensacola; Kedrowiski, AN "J. D." Jerring- 1 returned to Port Lyautey. Crews
new ; Lt. (jg) Phillip E. Lucas, Ensign .
Robert L. Baumgardner, A02, ton I 1 and 6 departed when the other
AN, and Robert Ryniewicz, Thomas E. Haddock, Ensign
from VC-6 Bernard B. Garcia two arrived, this trip taking in
; AN, are the new personnel. Lt. James C. Petersen, and Ensign
i. AD3 from Corry Field, and (jg) Martin F. Webb also reported Algiers, Rome, Athens, Udine William A. Richard.
I I and Nice. All will make
I Hayes R. Comfort William H. aboard crews
recently to fill the bil- Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville
1 Elmore, Aaron L. Harris, Billy J. let of flight surgeon for the similar tours in the near future. granted the authority *.
Knight, Jack D. Krautkramer, *
squadron. their "E" with the
I wear navy ac-
and Joseph L. Latshaw, with the 01' Man Stork", who has be- VF-43 companying rocket on the side of
!, last six reporting aboard for duty come a very familiar bird of late, Outstanding scores were achieved their planes, in the same letter
from recruit .training.. paid two more visits to squadron by six pilots of VF-43 in the he extended his commendation
homes last week, delivering a 5'i; I January competitive rocket exercises for their fine showing.
Fasron 9 pound baby boy to Lt. and Mrs. thus qualifying those men .

Third spot in generosity in giv- Sherman Cagle, and a 7Vi pound for Navy "E s. John: Have any of your child .
rA1 ing to the last March of Dimes girl, christened Patricia Ann to Comdr. Charles W. Gunnels, Jr., hood dreams been realized?
campaign was won by Fasron 9 in Clyde and Mrs. Montgomery, AN. i commanding officer of the squadron Bill: One of them. When my
competition with the other Navy Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 was among the group which mother combed my hair I used to
units of Cecil Field. The much conducted the annual administra-'I 1 1 includes Lcdr Erwin J. Becker I If.4. wish I didn't have any.

larger station personnel group
proved to be first in total con-
/12 PilolAloanl t 'ftln
tributions while VC-62. was sec : -
ond.All {' 1.000,1., euulin'J
proceeds will go directly .,. .
into local and national chaptersto :;" USS Wasp
help bolster those drastically ; ;
N depleted funds. A tremendous : First 1,000th aircraft\ landing t. _
Y deficit was reported for 1951 with be made aboard the USS Wasp A'' 'Sr'
wA the prospect of 1952 operations > (CV-18J since that famous ship
A being curtailed unless this last was recommlssioned! after the Korean _
campaign can pull the fund back I uprising I commenced was
made by Lt William p, Sullivan of

up.Out of 29 cards returned from VF-12 recently .. '..
the testing center to the prospective AVYA After landing hla twin-jet Ban- .
third class petty officer, 24 shee Lt. Sullivan and his plan
have passed. Well done to the W captain, James A, Leicester, AD1,
candidates for setting such an ex- were guests of honor at the tra-
cellent mark. ditional cake presentation ceremo
Special code classes for ham
',' nies.Captain
radio fans of Fasron 9 have been !<>' Burnham C. McCaffree,
started with regular meetings be- f. commanding officer of the Wasp
ing held on Monday and Wednes- which was mothballed after World
day of each week. At present the l j.\'i\ 2"-. "" ..,.... mdi*: War' II as an Essex: class ('Rrrler-
new code room in the training I _: "- ,.t.Nii-; "'; and recommlssioned as an Oriska-
building is being used and can U 1 !II. ; ny class canler, made the presentation
provide 12 operating stations at of the five huge cakes
once. and in his short speech paid trib-
t i I I In an effort to field a consist. NAVY'S NEW ATTACK nOJ\IUER-ThE' Navy's XA2J-1, first ute to the part of the plane cap
I i I ently strong contender for the multi-engine turbo-jet carrier-based attack bomber, takes off on tain in each landing .nd naval
BEACH PEACH Actress area baseball and softball laurels its initial flight It is the heaviest of the Navy's carrier planes aviation as a whole.
Jane Easton gets out of the I the Cecil Field Special Services with a gross weight of more than 26 tons and is capable of carry- Lcdr John L. Carter, skipper fVF12
Hollywood studios and onto a I Officer is extending a call for tal ing a bomb load of 10,000. pounds The plane is powered by two famed "Flying Ub ngt"
nearby beach for sun-tanning ent from all the Cecil Field units. turbo-prop engines turning six-bladed contra-rotating propellers, squadron) also took part In the
r between pictures.! With the expanded status ofthe and ran reach speeds' in excess of 400 mph. ceremonies. .


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14 February 1952 JAX AIR NEWS


"\V oulln't Do JlWit For S5.00Q" : Dean Hudson's

Jax Pilots Spend 11 Days In WildernessHundreds WAVE WAYS I Here Band Next Coming WeekDean I .

of miles of windswept ,

peaks and snow-filled valleys U Hudson the man with the

stretched before the small' Welcome aboard to Ruby New Look in Dance Mus)''"

group of'Naval aviators. Icy Smith, recently arrived from brings his orchestra to the Nav\
blasts whipped around them as Vt AL LLOWER Bainbridge, who will relieve Air Station for a three-day stan '
the temperature hovered at a minus Jackie LeBlanc as master-at- beginning Monday, Feb. 18.

15 degrees below zero. arms in Barracks 722. Jackie is Monday's dance will be a

Through slitted eyes, nearly r > > being transferred to NAS Opera crew's dance at the Mainside Au
froren shut by the intense cold, tions. ditorium. NATTCenter Auditor

the heavily bearded men searched ..l"p Brooklyn-born Trudy Paras- ium will be the scene of the second
eagerly for a glimpse of rabbits -. = condola returned to duty last show Tuesday and final per
,' or other wildlife that would s week after spending some leaveat formance Wednesday Is at the
r supplement their meager diet. Al "p xs the home of "Dem Bums". An- Officers' Club. All dances startat

ready their' supply of pemmican other Yankee returned from 2000 and secure at 2400. -

had shrunk to a few ounces.A '< ti leave this week-end. Theresa Bal- Dean Hudson started out at the
flash of 'a white tail disap- ; boni journeyed to her home in piano, but quickly switched to the
. pearing into a burrow spurred Q' 4 Massachusetts but decided the drums at the ripe old age of 11.
. the men. One of them thrust a weather in "Rebel country" was From there he went to the trum
forked stick in the rabbit's refuge more suitable. pet. In his early teens he added
and twisting it deep in the Elaine Moore, formerly of the study of voice and sang as a
furry hide pulled the animal from Aerology, received her dischargelast choir boy.

its retreat. week. Her new job will con- ,...

Deciding to make camp for the III sist of holding field days and ....r.
night, as the sun sank behind the galley duties at home for her hus

rugged peaks of the Colorado band.
Rockies, the men constructed
lean-tos and teepees from the Cards from the Naval Examining

.... Center are beginning to
remnants of their parachutes. "" -"Vv..ac.o ----
*r BACK FROM ROCKIES-Still wearing the heavy fur-lined find their way to prospectivethird
them against sub-zero weather for 11 rigorous class petty officers. Will
kindled outfits that protected /
had been
When small fire
a Rockies part of their training at the there be good news tonight? Congratulations -
their first act was to jerk days spent in the Colorado as :
to- Mary Jane
their Air Force Advanced Weather Survival School are these three :
off boots and change
sweat-dampened heavy woolen socks. Jacksonville pilots. Left to right, they are, Lt. James F. Kirk. Baraniak, Edie Lasagna, Beatrice

Several times each day this ritual lighter of Staff of Carrier Air Group Four, Cecil Field; Lt. Meredith Cope, Maggie Schuster, Sonney :
The <
and Naylor.
Shaw of VF-741, and Ensign Larry Emigholtz of VF-13. Olesky
was performed to guard against first waiting period for them is h <
dread frostbite that could possi live off the land, such as rabbitsnares. I exercise caused an average loss over. Now to see what BuPers
the loss of toes or per
bly mean of weight per man of 10 to 15 has to say!
haps an entire foot. Their welfare for the 11 day Last week's, meritorious award
pounds Lt. Shaw said. He lost
As the night chill invaded the, ordeal depended upon their skill was given to Chief Wolf and her
camp the hungry men finished the, and ingenuity in snaring small 15 pounds but as he put it, "I feel wing. Competition is getting

last bit of stewed rabbit and for sustenance and strict great. Developed a lot of muscles keener and the dust Is flying!
.. fire packing the, game I has added .-- '-
tramped out the observance of survival techniques didn't even know I had. NATTC Barracks
ashes with snow. From packs, in prevention of frostbite and I "When pilots stop talking of another "brown-bagger" to their Dean Hudson
which weighed about 35 pounds, other physical ailments. I flying and women and talk of list. Carmela Palmitese, studentof He organized his own orchestra -
each pilot took two sleeping When they returned to Jack- nothing but what kind of food AK "A" School and Ray Ches- when he entered the Univer

bags.. sonville the fliers showed little they like best then vou know lewski, AK3, said "I do" last sity of Florida and upon gradu- ,,'

A new snow covered their rough of what they had experienced ex- I they are hungry." Lt. Shaw week. ation in 1936, he calmly decided I
shelters and the camp blended into cept for the .tell-tale redness of laughed as he told of the meager to make music his career despite
the whiteness of the mountain cheekbones which is a trademarkof fare they subsisted on. "It was a Graduates of ANP( ) School a brand new degree in Business
side as the weary aviators drop- frostbite. kind of growing hunger," he recalled who received orders for Class Administration and a depressionin
ped into the dreamless slumberof "Practically everyone suffered "nothing sudden like just "A" schools are: Wi 1 met h full swing.

complete exhaustion.Who in this respect," Lt. Shaw missing a couple of meals" Flowers, (TD School); June
Nola Mathis. Their cards arrived
were these Navy men in commented, "since the only pore I First thing to eat upon returnto Messer and Vera Colpitts, (AC from the Examining Center witha
such an incongruous setting tion of our bodies not heavily Camp Carson for Lt. Shaw was School); Judy Cotch and Jacqueline check in the passing margin.All .
chocolate sundae. "It Williams, (PH School).
thousands of miles from either protected was our-faces. a big was striking for PN3.
ocean? They were not survivorsof "It was so cold most of the time so rich it almost made me sick," Prospective "airdales" just arrived Attention are All Hands!! Watch
air disaster but students at that a canteen of water would I he said. in from recruit trainingare
an bulletin board for important
an Air Forces Strategic Air Com freeze solid before we'd gone a I I Others of the party had differ : Kay Lyons. Virginia Lilly, your announcement. Comingsoon. an }

mand Advanced Survival Schoolat half mile and a handkerchief left ent tastes. All one man could Ruth Savage, Shirley Chamber, .

Camp Carson, Colorado. dangling from a back pocket think of was piza pie while en- Toby Eber, Doris Kleemeyer, .
.' would soon become a sheet of other longed for steak and onions. Edith Spear, Nellie Carpenter
I ice," he added. i The husky patrol plane pilot Marjorie Bagwell and June Leit Navy Exchange Offers
THREE OF THE men pitting S .- ,SIN 'from VP-741 in relating his ac- zan. "Study as you go", ship-
themselves against the elementshad SPITE OF the freezing count of the experience concluded mates. Western Union Service

just! recently basked in the weather only one man of thirteen I'' "I enjoyed the course but I I Good news for Betty Olden Navy Exchange offers the following e
warm Florida sunshine. Lt. Mere I in the group caught cold. I I wouldn't go through it again for burg: Beverly Brandelius, Beverly Western Union Service:

dith Shaw of Patrol Squadron I "The limited diet and unusual. i I $5,000." I Bucholtz, Virginia Franks and Navy Exchange Retail Store
Ens. Larry Emigholz of .
741, -'
Fighter Squadron 13 and Lt. 1- Ba//fiiifl Al ,' sl'T ) S, ih--; Building 27; Monday through Fri-
.'James Kirklighter of Carrier Air day 0830-1630; Saturday, 0900-

Group 4 Staff had joined with 21 1200. .i

other Navy and Marine pilots and Radio Beehive Of NATTC Navy Exchange Building ".
enlisted crewmen to form one of Operations Activity i 517; Monday through Friday,

the largest Navy classes at the 12002000.lish .
radio contact with its home "'
Purpose of the school, from 1- Stepping for the first time into Comdr. James Paul Lynch, com- [lays and mishaps in operationsafloat base, an alert radioman here can ;b,
which the Fleet Air pilots just returned the confidential spaces of Operations munications officer, and has been and in the air alike. often manage to relay messages

is to teach survival tech. Radio, a new striker is confronted gradually broadened and supple. I It is a routine job for radiomen via landlines for the plane. When
iiiques of an emergency ball-out with the sight of great, at NAS Jax to pick up position aircraft are lost radio becomes
over uninhabited sub-arctic areas. ominous bulks of electronic mented by Lt. Earl W. Davis, assistant reports from planes in this area, the important link.

Staffed bv experts In this line equipment, lining] the bulkheads, communications officer, and pass them to the various air The underlying aim of the :I
the school is ideally located at and with the sound 'of Interna and Lt. James F. Gray, rapid I stations and commands concern. which ,
training has been .
Camp Carson which ]lies northof tional Morse Code jumbling from communications officer, to include ed. But there is more than rou- program '
famed Pike's Peak In the rugged several directions in a dozen dif all phases of radio and tele tine with which to deal-there in progress for several months, is '
Colorado Rockies. ferent sharps and flats. type communications.An I is the sort of work which allows to get across to the RM striker I'
that he
is more than a human
Size of the classes vary but the And yet, out of this confusion important feature of the I a radioman an awareness of his typewriter; that there will be
length of the course is 15 days that sounds as garbled a. a sym training program is an attempt to own contribution to the efficiencyof times when he will be expected ,
includes four davs in class- orchestra tuning up beforea instill into the potential radio- Naval operations.
which phony to act as a "human dynamo" ,
room lecture and 11 days in the concert, the radiomen on duty man an intangible somethingthat I when he will be expected to
sit at their typewriters and slow. makes him a good radioman IF A PASSENGER or crew
field. handle unfamiliar situations
but steadily pound out messages -a "hot operator" instead of member becomes ill while a at amoment's
ly mediocre Call it sixth. plane is aloft, radiomen here are notice, expected to do a
into a one.
in the code pounds I .
STUDENTS ARE placed a as I particular job that is completely )
sense, a sort of esprit de corps called upon to relay this informa-
simulated bail-out condition their ears. new to him, in a manner that is
i tion in order that hos-
tapa perhaps, or just plain eager-bea- necessary
then periodically
They type
in accordance with
equipped with only meager sup- I existing security -
verishness, it is a radtoman's abil- pital arrangements can be made
their fingertips.
small boxes of key regulations and with the
plies. Two pem- ity to do the right thing at the prior to the plane's landing. I
and .
mican which is 60 per cent dried adjust dials, turn knobs, I I circuit disciplines which he has
de- If is unable to estab-
right time that has avoided a plane
out of their typewriters
beef and 40 per cent tallow, and roll messages learned early In his training.
which have come from .
a few dehydrated vegetables; con- a r
stitutes the individual ration. In ships and aircraft. miles- away t THROUGH constant drill and

addition they carry a 35 pound in individual instruction Johnnie
consisting of two sleeping TilE STRIKER steps Wynn TE2 director of the
pack program
wondering ,,
bags and equipment_ needed to amazement, has been able to train new
1 boot perhaps,
fresh from camp I to actual
men begin operational
be expected to master
can ever duties in a matter of weeks. ,

CO,),. Smith Now this of confusion loudspeakerswonderinghow of noises rollingout k, .appy Wynn has noted that the new }

operators as as they become
Sea CO he will ever distinguish one
and know confident in their work and are
sound from the other,
qualified to "sit in circuit"actually
-R on a
Capt. Allen Smith, Jr., .arrived which knob to turn and why betorethe become 'so interested in
aboard the carrier USS It is not long, however that, his radio communications that they
Philippine Sea last week and new striker technical offer to take over circuits usually
of commanding job ,like most Jobs of
assumed the post manned by more experienced
is not confusing as it
officer after relinquishinghis nature, so i operators.

duties as Chief of Staff and may first appaear. ,.,
Commander Fleet Air After several weeks, learningthe 1101'>:' Among the radioman strikers ,
aide to International Morse Code, and now standing regular watches in

Jacksonville.The Navy radio procedures and cir- Operations Radio, several of
27,000-ton carrier is
striker enjoysthe whom have successfully completed -
cuit discipline, the r
in Korean wa-
in action
satisfaction of seeing his __ their training and are now
ters on its second tour of com- training put to test by actually qualified in all phases of radio
bat duty. and teletype communications are
a message and receiving -
Capt. Smith was of formerlycommanding auxiliary transmitting a TRoger" from another George Bilicic, RMSA; Beverly
officer -
operator like himself aboard a ,- E. Birch, RMSN; Carl Grieco,
tender USS 18 months Sandpiperand he plane enroute to a carrier some- RADIO CENTRAL-Carl Grieco, RMSA (left) sends his first RMSA; Warren M. Brown, SN';
prior to the where in the At lantic, radio message at NAS Operations to a plane as George Bilicic I Ruth McDaniels, SA; Robertr'
served at NAS Jax Sectionof was '. RMSA (center) copies for practice and John Wynn, TE2 (right) I, Miderski, RMSN; Betty Naylor,
head of the Aviation of Grleco's transmission. RMSN Eileen Prior RMSN Eve.
Personnel for TilE TRAINING program checks the accuracy Training given opera- ; ;
the Bureau of which RM strikers at NAS Jax tors here enables them to handle unfamilar situations at a mom- Ivn Spincken. RMSN; and' Joann I
two and one half years. are following was instituted by ent's notice. Windisch, RMSN p,'

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Marines "-- ,.- ...-. -
O & R r it. Jayvees SplitIn

; ,.. .. /
In DeadlockFor .
? : l

Keg HonorsMarine I Loop Play;

Air Detachment has .. iI 1Tickets >t."At 'Win 91 54

moved into a tie for first place x
with O & R in the NAS intra-mu- 7 .a a The Jax Navv Jayvees posted

lal bowling league with each win and a loss in last week's competition .
team now in possession of 20 in City League play, a*
points as of Monday. they bowed to RC Motors early
Fleet Air Wing Eleven ranges in the week and surged back to
close behind with 19. The Air conquer Great Southern last
Wingers also boast the distinctionof Thursday night on the Jackson
being the only team that has t High floor .
placed two men on the roster of iV I: RC Motors dumped the Jay

the "200" Club. Andy Andriola '.(I f+,. .., vees, 78-55, due mostly to their
joined the ranks of the elite last concentrated team work. This

Friday when he bowled 208, third : J: game was played at Landon High.

high in the honor club. [ 'i The RC men took an early

In Thursday night's action the y lead and never relinquished it.
Infirmary took two games and '"' : t :' At half-time the Motor men helda
high pin count of 2218-2173 from :, 1t1r 37-22 lead. There were very
Commissary Stores to annex 3 of ':. : :? few fouls in the fracas, only It
the 4 possible points. P being called on the RC team and

Personnel scooped all counters EYE GOLDEN GLOVES : \ ". 17 on the Jayvees.

from Fasron Six No. 2 by collect- These three members of the C' Dan "Spider" Tussey, the boy
ing all three games and posting a a JaxNavy boxing team are with the ability to "unwind" and
2347-2145: to move up the ladder. among the 16 men who will vie confuse his opponent with his

Special Services and Fasron 51 for honors in the 1952 Jackson- height, hit the high note in the
clashed in the final match of the ville GG tourney to be held 'JJ'ft scoring department with 8 from
night with the Special Services Feb. 21-33. On the left is Bud- the floor and 2 on the foul line

team coming out on top, 2162- dy Hudgins who won the ;: for 18 points.

1939, and grabbing all three featherweight crown last year Tussey Shines
and will move into the lightweight I
games. j The Jayvees reversed the tablesin
ranks this Carl
Marine Air Detachment and year. Thursdays' game at Jackson
Burrell (center) unbeaten in
VP-5 split 4 points Friday night downing Great Southern, 91-54.
when the Marines came through 30 Navy fights, is entered in
I Again "Spider" collected indi-
the welterweight division.
with 2341-2323 and
high pins one
I vidual honors, this time with a
out of three. Jackie Cunningham (right) will

game In other Friday night action I carry the banners of Jax Navy ,or' ." "' ",' .. .. ., rattled 26 point the total backboards as the 37 Jayvees times$
in the lightweight ranks.
VP-3 shut out VF-13 by a 2302-
during the night with field goals
2061 and all
margin points while VC-5 garnered officers I and 19 times with one pointersout
game of 25
forfeited to FAW-11 by not hav- Rmgmen Await AnnualGolden attempts.
ing enough men on hand at game For Jax Score by quarters showed the
time. Javvees heading Southern., 29-17,
Standings GoldenGloves 49-27, and 68-42.

O R. .. ......................... 20 End of
Gloves Nearing Play
MAO .... ........... ... ........... 'JO TourneyA
F A W-I 1 ... r........ _................ .!!sw Now Available Only three men who started on
FuroR Six No. 1 _._...._.. ....... .... ..18 ; the still the
4 vr-3 ....... .......................................... .1$ Jayvee squad are on
Personnel .. ..... ................................ ..15FasronXM : formidable squad of at least 16 ringmen will carry the Jack Tickets for the ninth annual roster. These men include Don
..............._......_............._ 14 sonville Navy banner in the annual Golden Gloves boxing tournament 'Golden Gloves Boxing Gallagher, Dick Hendricks and
S-ol.l Service ..._....___...........13 22 Tourna-j
VP-5 ... .................._............... ... ... 12 to be held in .Jacksonville's Gator. Bowl Feb. 21, and 23. ment to be staged t he. Joe Law.
Comm. Stores ............................. .. .. It jax- wavy- was oe representedby I Bowl, x'e b ruary ii, +J. and 23 are I The season's end in the Men'sCity
Infirmary ........ It I for lightweight laurels. now available at.. the is draw
both NATTC and NAS in all Special League competition
VC-5 Of fleet* :::::::..:=, ::::::::::::..:W I From NATTC a flock of talent Services I
FuroR Six No. 2 __._.._....... ....... 8 events and all but two men will Department aboard the ing near. TheJayvees have only
Communication ... ....... .. R enter the Open division. will pour into the ring in questof station. three more games to wind up
VK-1.1 ... .......... .?............. ..7 i I titles. Jackie Cunningham, 126 Applications for their season. They now boast of
Hospital .. Men currently working out Golden seats
Fasion-51 .- ... : : .::::::':":::::::: : nightly are; "Indian Joe" Brox- pounder deluxe won can also be procured at Special 13 wins in 19 starts.
O G _.._.... 2 ton, 160 pounder from Jax, Flor- Gloves honors. Western Division, I Services: The first four rows of Tuesday the Jayvees met with
i > ida; Paul Taylor, 160, who was in Springfield, Illinois before the ringside sections are to be VC-5 at the Jackson gym in lea-
the service. Jackie will
5th Naval District Champ in joining sold on a patron plan. A patron gue competition. Next Tuesday
First! Baseball Meeting in lie is
middleweight division at Nor- fight the open division. ticket, priced at $5, will give the they will go against VF-13 and
Marine and is AO
folk in 1950; "Baby" Jeff Holmes, a attending purchaser the same ringside seat the final game of the season will
Scheduled For Feb. 25 135 pounder from New Orleans, i, School. for all three nights of the meet. pit the Jayvees with Towers

The first session for tryouts and Moe Weinstein, 180 pound Bob Harris, another marine The back four rows in the ring- Hardware, first round City League -
I from the AO School will try to side sections be
baseball heavyweight hailing from Phil may bought at Champions. Summaries.
for Jax Navy's team
attend matters for Navy in the $1.50 each for the first
will be held Feb. 25 at 1600 adelphia.Carl I two nights .Ja,T..._tl F<; FT TM
middleweight division. weighs and $2 each for the
Burrell has been unde- night.
on the Mason Field diamond.All 157 and has had a few amateur I aaNlaRher 0 O 0 0Csyy
and feated in three years, approximately General admission tickets for !
positions are open .
fights. He is a local boy. formerly Kunlr 2 2
anyone interested in tryingout 30 fights, and will enter i service personnel are 48 cents ..
for the team should reportfor the 145 weight class as will Tommy living in Jax.Plenty each. Regular general admission :5 I 11Neut

practice on this date. it Johnson, 147 pounder from of Talent is $1 each and children 48 cents.A r 10 0: 0hiendrlcks

has been announced.Men -Chattanooga, Tenn. Monte Slade, AA, from Durango 4 g ,1
should bring their own Hudgins To Defend Colordao. tips the scales at Waterman. 0 0 0 .,.

gear at these first meetings. Buddy Hudgins, who won the 160. lie fought Golden Gloves in stout middle-aged suburbanite C anBever 0 2 11 I
There is not enough team Jacksonville featherweightcrown Denver and figures to enter the was explaining his tennis tech-

equipment to go around at I in last year's Golden open division, nique. "My brain barks a com- 31 iT 91Oct.

present. Gloves will return to make a bid Carl Poche, a brine formerly mand to my body. It says, 'Run S.Hser.-64 FG FT Trs
from New Orleans, scales a neat forward speedily. Slam the ball I hobby 5 0 10
174 and will go into the open div- over the net. Then run back and i Sa m nei 1 8 t 13
Fliers Boast ision. He has had several fightsin get into position for the next Westael 4 0 l4
Boys Clubs in New Orleans. shot." Turner 2 2 II
"Then what happens?" he Moore 4 0 8
Karl Kautz is still another Ma- was
(:rasa 1 1 3
rine with pugilistic designs. A asked. -
14 7 RecordA former football player on the Then," he replied, "my body 244 4S4y
Jax Navy squad, standing 6' 2" says, 'Who me'?" .

and weighing in at 215 he is

win and a loss went into the Jax Navy Fliers' official scorebook short on experience but not at all
after last week's play The Fliers whipped Towers Hardwareof short on potential.

Jax. 01-60, in an overtime tilt and were subdued by Keesler Air Eddie Mulvey comes from New

Force Base, 84-76". York City-has had boys clubs
experience and expects to enter o ,
A potent second quarter in '
times while capitalizing on 11 the at 135. t
which Keesler collected 31 mar : out of 26 fouls committed by the John Clikeman comes from

kers to the Fliers 21 spelled victory Towers men. The Hardware men Chinook Montana and will fightin

for the Airmen. The Fliers I. have fallen only one other time the 135 pound class. Clikeman i ia
I this season and that game wentto is a student in ANP) school.
outscored the Airmen in the first
the Jayvees in league compe- Another contender from St.

and fourth quarters. tition earlier this season. Paul, Minnesota, currently a stu-
While Bob Grabaz and Steve The Fliers will have their sec- dent at ANP) is Irvin Hill who

Zebos turned in their usual stellar ond try at Stetson tonight at De- moves with 140 pounders. lie ha-

play with 18 and 19 points land. The Hatters won handily, had no experience and is one of
78-5S. in the first melee to hand two Jax men now planning on
respectively, high scoring honors the Fliers their second defeat of trying out in the novice class. \(

went to the Keesler's Owens with the season. Bob Iseley comes from Lancas.

21 points. Keesler Air Force Base was ter, South Carolina and will limit

; Down Towers originally billed here Friday, but his weight to 145 and try for the
I the Keeslerites are now engagedin novice crown also.Pistdlmen .
Towers Hardware of the Men'sCity .
the Air Force Basketball Tournament I t
League obliged as a quickreplal'ement w
and will play here Sun- l
last Friday after it
was learned that Eglin AFB day Feb. 24.Summaries. Enter ii'

would not be able to compete because : West Coast MeetJax
of their entry into the Air J"I.ItR"-ta: )r'(: FT TPS
Force Tournament. The Towers Carroll 1 1 3
Reinhardt 1 3 .1Kl Navy's pistol team will travel
the Fliers
men almost dumped <>.&* 2 1 5 to Tampa. Feb. 16 to competein
before bowing in an overtime Hardy 0 0 0
the Florida West Coast Pistol
J Wel-l 1 0 2
period 61-60. hy
; Z*'b Free throws again told the Sipes 6 0 12 tournament is registeredwith y /
Fliers Frank c-U..rlloR .S 0 12:
for the' as
story the National Rifle Association
(;r.bu :3 :.1 1-1
KJoss, Steve Zebos and Bob Voyles 1 0 2 and opportunities will be pres-
Grabaz all hit for a free toss ent for members to establish new
lit ft
in the overtime Total' 25 61TAWIKn
to score
i apiece' National pistol record scores. 'y
period. Members of the team who will Y
-M )( JoT TPS
.' ; Hans Taenzler of Towers hit William 5 2 J2 be representing Jax Navy include: I
r: ; for 19 in the fracas to post high Forma :3 1 T John H. Lucas. ADC, Fasron 109;

:. point total. Ace Grabaz was held TaenrlerCordon Piston T'S 0 1 14 It Bob Stringer, AKC, NATTCenter; I I BACKBOARD STRUGGLE-Versatile Frank Sipes (white Jersey t
> to 13 to go under his game ave- 0 1 I Melvin K. Bell, AOC, NATTCenter ) of lax Navy goes into the air to grab a rebound In the Fliers-

, rage. Johnson 1 0 2 ; M/Sgt. Jessee Blanton, NAT-' Towers Hardware fray last Friday. "Be" Johnson (II) and Hans
Fouls Tell Tale Twomey .2 1 -5TetelA TCenter and Carl S. Berg, CI(.' Taeniler (99) of Towers* stands ready to capitalize i...ease* Sips .,

J.AIC Navy fouled only nine t-276 80 GUN,. NARTU 'l miscues The Filers .won .In .an overtime,fray, :Gl-fiQ. .


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Waves Finally

p JA .fl18 news

Hit StrideDropping

one out of the ,)ast
four the Waves have finally
ot$ 4a : s'' + rJ'C aid' dpl dplf games moved out of the.cellar K%

the Girl's City Basketball Leaguf.
"* 33e
3, ', rc..t"342 The Waves had their thrw-
: game win streak broken last
week when Gulf Life scored a
./., / 22-15 decision at Jackson's Gym.
/: Ruth Richardson and Alice Lar-

tr rick were standouts for the

"L High Scores Feature First Lacy Waves Stringer while paced Helen the Crews winners.and

The Waves jumped back Into

" Week Qf NAS Cage Action xR tai d the night winner's when they column scored Wednesday a win

: .y 4 over MacMichael's Sundries, 40-
31. Evenly matched during the

I r The first week of NAS intra-mural basketball produced several first three quarters of the game,

i phenomenal scores and as the second week of competition begins, the Waves pushed on to break a
teams are already beginning to make, their bid for supremacy. 31-31 tie, scoring nine points in
the last three minutes of play.
Supply dropped O&R in the 741. The 741 men arrived finally Two baskets by Joyce Bittner,

.. first of two games it won last but as a result.of their tardiness 4 one by Eva Buenger, plus a bas-
\ week, 45-38, after trailing at the they lost a needed game. The ket and a free throw by Ruth
half. 24-17. Coordinated team- schedule is worked out so that .j Richardson gave the Waves their
work equalized scoring on both the maximum number of gamescan winning margin.

; sides. be plaved each night. It is The Waves will seek revenge
.. VF-13 downed HAW-1I, 34-33 cautioned that any teams show- against Great Southern Monday
,; liS Ed Chapin of VF-13 connected ing up late may have to forfeit. night at Jackson High in the first

''1! :T,;* for Chapin a 16 hit point 7 from high the game floor total and Naval Communications Hosoital, victorious Wins in ...'" s.. _._. ___..__,...........__ m ............... half of a twin .bill.Golfers, ..

;\ r dropped in 2 free tosses. their first outing, dropped their INTRA-MURAL ACTION- Action officially starts between
.i, Fasron Six had an easy time second to Communications 57- NARTU and VP-3 with the Jump from center. Jack Griffin (17) Trim

.' downing VP-3, 70-39, in another 28. Communications man Al Wag- of VP-3 and Gordon Schott of NARTU leap high in an effort to

,,.. **,' Tuesday tilt almost doubling ner became top scorer in the fray control the destiny of the first play. NARTU took the fray 53-45.
r their opponents score in all but Hospital committed 25 fouls in Stetson 144Jax

.,; the third quarter. At halftimethe the game, 21 of them being on ,
,: Fasromtes led by a healthy Wagner who just happened to bea Action Gets Hotter in ATTC Navy's golf aggregation

.. 1: 35-16 margin. free shot artist. He transformed scored its second: straight victory

04 l-,..' ,ComFair Triumphs 14 of the 21 into points for his aver Stetson University, 14-4, last
o .*. ComFairJax soundly trounced team and collected 7 field goalsto Loop As Play Nears End Saturday on the local links.
.. '
& the Marine Barracks, 55-23, in the
;" rack up a 28 pV.nt high. Strong, high winds kept scores
$+ last of the Tuesday tilts. The Marines -
Special Services went down away from with Bill Foulk
Both leaders in NATTCenter's basketball intramuralstook par
didn't to be able toK"
;4' seem time Friday.night., if Jax
for the second Navy carding a 75 for
final remained
last week and standings anybody'sguess
\. ., get going and at the half the Ad- end beatings
: 53-38 to medal honors
this time to Supply, followed by teammate -
miralmen had the Marines over right down to the wire. Each team had at least four games
1 of .
last week's play Ludwig Sup- O Irwin Scott who stroked a
.:::1 t, the barrel. 40-12. Meyer of Com- ply paced both teams with 16 left 10 piay.High .

..,, ,:.;v' Fair led the scoring with 14. points followed by Dave Wheatly, the point men. in however both leagues, with ined fight for top spot in the Na- The Navy's Bill Foulk and Irvin I
f\\ VP-741-NARTU stayed same
:. A'., Wednesday the Special Services, with 15.Monday's Chuck Kerr's 19-point average tional League with a spectacular Scott teamed to down Stetson's -
game was cancelled and Communications action featured Fas- Chuck Rea and Dick Johnson
58-56 win over ANP) Studentsin
the League
;'1; *, took Special Services, VF-13 75- pacing 64 to 21.2 while Jud Pearson
ron Six climbing over Cheslock of Marine Students a makeup game, a 44-32 vic- -
:; .i, 61-37, with Berney Ramsey of VF's second loss and and Ed Barnes of Jax
45, for the the National loop with tory over AO Students, and a 42- paired
::) ;;_ Communications tolling highest Fasron's second win. Fasronite leading 19 shellacking of First Lieuten- to: trim John Nichols and Spike
,, J'j with 23 points in the individual Bailey potted 23 tallies in the fra- 10.6 points per game ants. [sreal. 7to l/i.
"' scoring column. In the American League, Dispensary Pearson and Barnes of Navy
;-<.c+ ," Rollar Hits For 40"Bomber" cas. topped AO Ship's Com- Hollowell, Hamilton Allen and
VC-5 Beats Cecil arded a 79 and 77 respectively
? :* ,' Bollar of VC-62 climaxed Wakeman's Craig led the Storekeeper's scor-
: 41-43 despite
.:* J VC-5 took the measure of the pany, while Stetson scores included
Kent for the losersin
::1 the whole weeks efforts 66-54 with 19 points for the Ordnancemen, was high Sea 77 Johnson 79 Nichols
ij Cecil Field Jetmen, the ANP( ) Students thriller ; ; 80
when he plastered the backboard Cecil's Tobin salvaging some respect then suffered its first loss of the and Isreal, 81.
/ -, 18 times with fielders and 4 more for his team by hitting for season to Personnel, 40-34. The while Dobbins paced AO Studentsand Jax Navy swamped Stetson, 17-
Hartwick led First Lieuten-
f' :;t .,: times with free shots to amass a most points, 21. Yeomen scored their upset withan 1 1, in an earlier meeting.
1t'' ,:; high point total of 40, highest in O&R dropped a close one to airtight full-court defense anda ants. i .
ANP) Students bounced back
'. competition at any court on lightning break. Huggins was
the Marine Barracks, 44-38,
.: if the Jax Navy premises this sea- the Monday ruckus. The half- high scorer for Personnel and Ho. from their heartbreaker with AK Miami E Qutswims
,,5 son. VC-62, of which the Bomber stood 24-16 for the berg poured in 18 for Dispensary. School and stayed tied for second
;, ,>: is a member, had an easy time time score of the Marines Personnel Wins place with a 74-26 romp over
Marines. Komesky
.. VF-13 71-51. Dave First Lieutenants. Bowley was Jax Tank
: downing
rapped in 16 for the night. Earlier, Personnel had topped SquadThe
high for the Students and Lam-
/f" Howe of VF-13 collected what
Services after trailing
y Stearns hit for 24 and Meyerfor Special meyer the losers.
it normally would be a substantial 22 for ComFair Jax whileR 22-27 at the half. Mayfield, Marine Students posted their newly formed Jax Navy
o.J\ *i. 18 point total. Brown high iwimming team took the trail to
\ e e d e for First Lieutenant McCaffrey and were
y second big win of the week witha
If Trying to prove that their first scraped up 12 markers for his for the Yeomen and Jack Sheridan 42-38 AO Students. oral Gables, Fla., last Saturdayor
.'A r defeat was a mistake, the Marines efforts. The first quarter score swished 20 for Special Serv- victory over Marines their first meet and lost, 73-10,
Winkle the
again paced
i went against Operations in ices. Services later lost to to the Miami University Hurri-
., read 24-2 and at half-time the Special
and Ferrell was high for the Ordnance .
; the final Wednesday night sortie
,. count was 46-12. Standings. Supply, 47-31, with Jablonski's anes.
and the two teams lunged along AMERICAN I.EAOCKW 19 high for Supply and Quarrels prospects. Art Welch, swimming the 200-

neck and neck until the fourth t, pacing Special Services. I Standings AMERICAS: : IKAC.IK: yard free style, took the only sec-
v quarter when the Marines managed VC-62 2 0 Because Training Facilities and W T md for Jax Navy and was the
I t to plop in 13 points to pull \p.5 2 0 Dispensary 15 1 responsible for the
I'am'on Six 2 0. Aircraft Maintenance both drew 3 nan keepjng
ahead of Operations to win HAV\-1 1 0Fasron Supply 13 quad from being completely
their teams from the same small Personnel 1.1\:
1 37-30. Halftime stood at 15- 109 0 1
AO Co. M II tanked.
NATTCenter division TraFac Ship's
(I 1
.. 12 for the Marines. Cecil- 9 Field 0 2 dropped out of the National Special Services 6 10 Last Thursday the Florida State
Aircraft Malnt. 6 10
NARTU found itself on the VF-13 0 0 2 2 League and Bob Cinko the team's ANP) Ship's Co. 3 13 University squad came to the indoor -
end of 53.45 count Fri- VP-3
losing a pool to work out with the
T.iAGORTlospital high scorer, moved over to help .
day night, against VP-3 as teammates NATIONAL W Chuck Kerr on the Aircraft NATIONAL J.EMirEAE Fliers and to give them some
Reichenback and Schuman 2 0 Maintenance quintet. Maintenance School 13 2 winters on technique. :
of VP-3 collected a 36-point com- 2 0 ANP( ) Student 12 3 is into r
Supply promptly trounced ANP) AK School' 13\: The team slowly getting -
bination total while besting the ComFalrJa 2 0
i Barracks 2 1 Ship's Company, 40-24. and edged AO'Student* 7 shape, more men are needednd
Marine "
As in most of the intramural 1"
Reserves. 1 1 Marine Students more intensive training is in
First Lieutenant AO Ship's Company, 33-32 after '>
games first-half scores Communication 1 I trailing 13-17 at the half. Kerr Commissary First Lt. 1 14 tore for the Navy swim squad.
Personnel 0 1
very low NARTU led 16-
were ;
Operations 0 2 paced Aircraft Maintenance while
35.y OAR 0 2 Jim Menna was high for ANP( )
forfeit from VP. 0 2
VP-5 won on Special Services
--- -_.- Ship's Company and Wakeman
led AO's scoring.ThreeWay.

1 1-- Double Play Combinations! II three-way battle NL BoutA shaped up --,_ r- I- .'"

Sports fans got an assist "tee" (a fixed object). Players for the National League lead last _
week when AE School was hand
from Florida Times Union sweep the ice with brooms
Sports Editor Arnold Finne- thus controlling the course of ed its second loss of the season
frock who answered 1 a s tweek's the 'stones' It's played in the while AK School won three
/ Sports Quiz in his col- North. It is reported to have straight and ANP) Students

umn, "Fanning with Finney," even been tried on waxed and split two.

.. the day of the contest. polished floors." AE School's upset loss came at
t__ ."" the hands of Marine Students,
worked Wilson. Public
... The way it happened -
.. the Works first with who stretched a 16-15 halftime
fine for those seeking employee was
answer. Finnefrock was an- the answer: Bernard Ritz, lead into a 38-27 victory. Winklewas R

.. swering the query of a reader PNA1 NATTC Personnel was high for the winners; Avard
and Downs the Electricians.The .
who wanted to know the answer second, while Johnnie McEn-
to exactly the same tire, SN, of ComFairJax was league leaders rebounded to
'... I' romp over Commissary, 51-39, 4----
question asked by the Jax Air third. Y, a
with Paris high for AE
I" News "In what sport is a the cash
" Wilson gets $3.00 the los- l
and Newherton leading w
.'" broom considered essential award for first prize; Ritz gets tc w
-. playing equipment the case of free soft drinks, ers.AK School kept its determ-
,. .' It may have been coincl- while -McEntire claims the .f
Hence or it may have been one meal chit to the civilian cafe-
of our readers seeking the an- teria. tanecal Leading RaceIn

swer, which is just fine, because Here is this week's quiz:

.... where and how they get Complete the following dou- 'BreaklheBank'There .
I the answers is the reader's
.. worry.If "Finney" was instru- ble-play combinations with the is $10.60 nestling in the
mental in providing the answers first baseman's name. (A) Tin kitty of the "Break the Bank" '.:
ker to Evers to (b) Cros- for
to readers, he.. will at ? bowling contest waiting some
.. least know that his column) is *ttl to Lazaeri to (e) Barry hot kegler to claim it with a 250r

being read here, and we can Collins. to ) over game.
chalk up an assist for him. Remember, no answers will .Danny Senecal has currently .
For those who still do not be accepted before 0900 Fri- got first claim on the lion's share

know, "a broom is used in the day. Phone numbers are extensions of the kitty because of his 242
It is 8184 and 216. Militaryand ;ame last week. Dick LaBarre has
of .
\ curling. a gameplayed <<
game HEARTY BUT TARDY An uni(1f ntlll.d'C.62 player (white _
lee. Object, of, the civilian 'personnel from put in second bid with 201. Third -
game Is on.to slide, a disk-like NAS, NATTC, Cecil Field and place is as yet unclaimed since jersey) makes a late bid to block a Cecil Field scoring attempt by
hit 200 while Jack Mathews ((13) in the opening game of NAS. basketball karue.
stone alon'.tht.le*. toward a .6. f '- IT. heir dime was in the pot VC-62: took the opener, 4-43..


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Eight JAX AIR NEWS 14 February

It For The Boids? .

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i. is St. Valentine' Day Valentine has long been observed in old England and Scotlandand disuse in Great Britain but In

("Station Dialogue" provides an and why is it celebrated? as a lovers' festival some extent in other Eu- America the giving of senti-
opportunity for military and civil even though actually there is ropean countries. Lupercalia is mental valentines and gifts of
ian personnel of NAS to voice No factual answer ran be no connection with the saints. one of the most ancient of Roman flowers and candy still con.
their opinion on a question put to given to this oft repeated ques- The association is quite' accidental festivals in honor of Lu tinues. In the past years, the
them by a Jax Air News reporter.) tion. The answer lies in the in that the feast of the percus, a rural Italian deity practice has expanded to Include _.
imagination of the individual two celebrated saints falls towards who was afterward identified the sending of greetingsto

Today's question U: "What dOHV.INtUne' nurtured by legend, folklore spring and love and with Pan, the god of herds and parents, other relatives and
and custom. spring has become synonymous friends. .
Day mean to you? fruitfulness. ..
Two of the most celebratedof .
Chaucer and Shakespearerefer
the St. Valentine's in history St. Valentine is popularly
Keith C. Grimes (civ) Printing considered to the observance of the
have their festivals on the patron of lovers -
Office, NAS : Feb. 14. One was a priest at and helper of those unhap- festival on this day early in .n _
birds choose their
"It really does- Rome and the other a bishop pily in love. spring when
% mates. The custom prevailing
in Umbria. Both in
n't mean lived the ...
anything that time for all
at was young
third century and legend says Modern celebration of the
: to me, they died on the same day. day, in one legend, is a survival people to gather together on
and I say that of the Roman festival of the eve of St. Valentine and
One St Valentine was reputed 1
toss slips of with
which falls Feb. paper
because in the Lupercalia on
as having gone from houseto
names into bags. Then the men
last several house leaving food.on the 15. Similar festivals were held would draw a lady's name, .' ...
years I haven't doorsteps of the poor. Sending thus deciding who should be Regardless of which story
Grimes been able to observe Valentine's greeting, at first r each other's "valentine" for the you wish to believe or disbelieve
evolved from this and be- the custom in America
it as I did in my high schooldays soon coming year.
will continue to flourish
." came an accepted custom. as
long as merchants and florists'
The couples would exchange can keep it a popular practice.
Chaplain Leroy J. Calkins. NAT- St. Valentine, the priest at gifts and in some cases mightbe Although Valentines are sent

TC: "I'm look- Rome, was martyred and killed considered "betrothed. Later to friends and relatives, it is
for his Christian beliefs on custom of giving presents was and in all probability will remain -
Ing light now Feb. 14, 270 A D. confined to the men. primarily a day devotedto

for a Valentine However, the feast of St.ammm This ritual has fallen into love and lovers.RODS .

present. What ,,
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it'll be I could-
Average Amount $598 I
n't tell you,
maybe a card,

candy or flow- -_. $7191 Awarded Local Employees

ers, but in any Calkins '' (Items offering for sale articles I

event it will be to celebrate for a of property such as washing ma- For Beneficial Suggestions In '51
I day of sentiment." '; chines, automobiles, furniture, radios -
-- - --- -- -- -- -
I' clothing and the like is pro- gg

William M. Smith ADAN VPs hibited by Defense Department i I Naval Air Station employees were submitted as suggestions by The guns are laid away, the bird
I regulations. This column will, I during calendar :year 1951 received dogs are back in the kennels, and
10: "Very lit, however, list such services as !:I a total of $7191.20 for their Navy employees. Of this number the nimrods are nostalgically remembering -
ideas, it was revealed by the Station and broughtto .. ..
tle, even in highschool available housing rides wanted, 13,146 were adopted the bigcoveys that
it never j lost and found articles, and other Committee on Awards last the tax paying public a savingsof they didn't get shots at. The quail

similar notices). week. $8,414,182.00 during the first season of 1951: has had it.
meant much, although I
I The average cash awards made i 1
irt FOR RENT It wasn't a bad
received for season as sea.
\ it is a during each month of 1951 year Employees
Furn. 3-rm. garage apt., 4508 )'Ir- sons go. There were quite a few
O amounted to $598.27. These these ideas cash awards amount
good day for Ave.
vington Mrs. O. G. Tate, birds, and paradoxically the best
the custom of Ph. 8-1548. awards were paid on ideas sub- ing to $346,823.00. NAS employees hunting was right here in the immediate .
Furn. mitted by employees and which played an important part in win area. :Most of tie
.,. showing appre- rm., breakfast optional, $25 were utilized by this station or boys
-Smith elation-to those per mo., 3710 N. Edgewood, by the Navy Department. ning this award of recognition for' that made the long trips acquired
Mrs. Rae McCully Ph. 37054. the Navy Department. only a limited bag, car fatigue,
close to me." I A total of 558 suggestions were and a bad time from their
I Furn. 5-rm. house. 2902 Kings Rd. submitted during calendar It is the intent of the Station's respec-
Allendale Mrs. Watkins. year Committee on Awards to double tive home fronts.
1951 of which 519 .
Lavernse Jones, were processed.Of
Navy Exchange,
,. j Single rm., furn. 4745 Blount this total 248 ideas had merit the employee participation insofar Lee Tinsley, AD2, and Lt. Eben ,
(canteen) : "I Ave., Betty Weaver, Ph. 2- and were adopted. Of this number as submitting of suggestionsis Leavitt of VC-62, probably got
think It meansa 8323. I 220 were recommended for concerned. Employees are urged more birds than anyone else this
to submit their ideas regardless season. Lee
reported sevt'ralllmit
kTK' s
cash awards while the rest
lot, because it I Furn. sleeping rm., 2503 Dell- were of how simple or trivial they kills. Johnny Powell, AMC, formerly .
recommended for letters of
wood, Mrs Bowden, Ph, 75626. com-
I may seem to them. That idea may of NAS, had an excellent
makes us think Furn. 2-rm. apt., $15 per.wk, 5106 mendation or letters of thanks.
I be the solution to a problem under season, Comdr, William A. Hood,
of others. It is Appleton Ave. Lakeshore, Mrs. Tangible savings resulting to consideration by management Chiefs Herman Stewart.. Al Emer- \ I
this station and to the De-
a day of candy I I A. A LeGrand I I partment on the basis of adoptionof son, Bill Hunter, and Ted Saxon,
flowers and Single and dbl. rms., reas. 1447 these ideas amounted, during All employees of*the Navy Department all of NATTCenter found birds on
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small favors." Jones Avondale. Mrs Lee Schultz, the first year, to a total of $169- are eligible to submit i j every hunt.
I Ph. 2-5930. 206.29. their ideas for improvement of j *
I Furn. 2-rm apt.. 214 Phelps St., their job or for any other opera. The shooting this year wasn't

.r.w._M._ _,Dixon, AMI, NAS I Mrs. Larson, Ph. 21584. While the tangible savings can tion within the Naval establish particularly outstanding com- ,

.. ... ..dtD' .D e- r- a- Single rm. w/bath 4423 San be computed in dollars and cents ment. In accordance with a recent pared to last year bv the local census -
Juan, Mrs. A. W. Burns, Ph. 2- other savings which can not be Armed Forces merger employeesin it was better. There were big-
tlons"Noth: I 2959. measured include such things as the Naval establishment making ger kills reported last year, but

ing, absolutely Bdrm., pvt. bath 4346 Shirley improved employee morale, elim- suggestions which will benefitthe there were times last year when ..
Ave., St. John's Park. Mrs. ination of safety hazards, better other Armed Forces is en- the quail seemed to vanish. This
I nothing I George Sheffield Ph. 23146. housekeeping, eliminating dupli- titled to awards based on savings season all hands consistency reported -
it would be to cation of work, combining operations realized by the other adopting finding birds.
1 2 bdrms. w/kitchenette Mrs.
: I or and procedures, improve activities. Wesconnett was loaded this
get a couple of Hanks Ph. 20291.
quality of products and numerous year The quail were there. While
small reminders I i Furn. 3-rm. apt., $30 per mo., P. other intangible benefits. Seven employees within the most of the local dead-eyes.wers

Dixon for the x as." E. Jenkins, Ph. Orange Park, One of the features during the Navy Department last year received driving all over Florida to reported ..
I I 83524. annual conference of the National awards amounting to $4- favored spots the boys in the

Francis A. Joiner. ATC. Ooera- Furn. 3-rm. apt., 618 Locust St., Association of Suggestion Systems 492.00 for their various ideas. One know, were killing birds every
Lions H. E, Booker, ext. 513. held in Detroit in November 1951 award amounted to $775.00 for a afternoon after work in Wescon
: Furn. rm. w/pvt. bath & kit. was the presentation to the Navy i portable testing device for gaug- nett. Herman Stewart and Ted
Day is m> priv., 852 St. Clair, Mrs. Breese, the Achievement Award for increased ing strength of aircraft fabrics. Saxon picked up 11 at 103rd St.

younger sister's Ph. 83992.FOR suggestion participation. Another suggestion hit the jack after five o'clock ()fthe closing
birthday, and SALE ,This award was made for the pot for $745.00 and concerned a day.
finds Will trade equity on 6-rm. house Navy's increased participation in method for removing rust from .
usually t for a good house trailer 2016 the suggestion program during aircraft engines. A method for Lee Tlnsley' setter Punch wa
me sending Allandale Circle, East Charles fiscal year 1951. improving the performance of oil voted the best in the Jax: Navy
something b .d Tripp, Hangar 114. VF-171. pressure relief valves of aircraft area, by all who shot over him

thoughtful out House trailer, sacrifice equity on It was reported that 51,990 im- engines was the subject of a $573.00 .- this year. The last season was a "
.. '- 1951 American 30 ft. Azalea provement proposals or ideas award. Punch's third year to hunt, and he
t 0 r e. -J-- Trailer Park Lot No 76, J. ..... .. ... .. was hot. Chief George of VC-62
I way, but that is all that it means Peters, ext. 8223. has an excellent dog in Punch's
t to me." I 5-rm. house, 4535 Blackburn Rd.. litter mate, Queenie, and Chief
1 Lakeshore, Mr. R. L. Wolfe, Ph. Flanders of NAS has an outstandIng -

Mignonne Carpenter, (civ) Field 80882. dog in Spot. Ted Saxon's Joe
Publication, Printing Office: "It's G. I. equity in 1-yr, old house, worked well all season.
more or less a day of expectation make an offer. N. F. Blickham, t Al Emerson's, Don, did a tine
--expecting a big box: of candy or Art Shop, Bldg. 501, ext. 8503.G. \ Job on his first year. Tech Sgt.
flowers from my husband. What I. equity in 3-bdrm. masonry Ed Todd of MAD, had an excel
\ would happen if my husband failed home, Southside Mrs. H. L. 7 lent season's shooting over his setter

t. to do this ? Well, I'd hate to have Knight, Ph. 983182. Lady. I .
Unfurn. 2-bdrm. bungalow, The to watch next will
k you put it in writing." l dogs year
f 850, $800 down, 5573 James Rd. be again, Tinsley's Punch, Herman
[' being built now, available-in Stewart's pointer, Spot, and Bill
Kathy Pius, Navy Exchange, 2weeks. Delacy. Ph. 83631.MISCELLANEOUS Hunter's pointer pup. Jimmy Finkof
; for love
day showing
the NAS Crash and Salvage
and affection for someone that is Ride wanted-Southside, Spring has a pointer pup, Dixie: that ., .
sweet to you, if you" have some Park, Rodney section, 0700- came a long way in her first sea
one to be sWeet. .to., 1530, 11. L. Knight, Ph. 98- son.
3182. 1 .
A reporter was roaming around Ride wanted-Southside or Riverside ii
Washington asking a lot of simple 9730-1600. Helen Roberts .. r fea.raaaaa ") j Mobilization '
questions. He approached an ext. 717 or 9-4704. -

Admiral. Ride wanted-must reach El : (Continued from Page 1)
"Admiral," he said, "what was Toro, Calif. by Macrh 1, will 1 include specific information for ..
your most embarrassing moment share driving and expenses. I individuals or industrial organizations .
*" T/Sgt. James D. Clanton, 4747 f as to the particular parts

"My most embarrassing moment Merrimac Ave, Lakeshore. ( they may play in mobilization.The .
," replied the distinguishedNavy Rider wanted-from Southside or w _-.- .... ..... .. -. .. .. _.- team of instructors has
gentleman "was when I I Riverside, Mrs. Fouts, 0800- ai. jt.r.i-3 neres me laiesi suing in jeeps. That I been announced by the Navy
was riding my kiddie car and fell 1630, ext. 403. thingamajig sticking up over the side I is a snorkel, for underwater 1 headed by Col. Ralph H. Sievers.
off and everybody laughed," ]Riders wanted-driving to New driving;, Kits are also provided to convert it into an arctic or Army. Other staff members will
"Well" said the reporter, "that York City around Feb. 21, Tom. desert vehicle. It's five Inches longer than the older one. It's also 1 I be Cap, Richard V. Gregory
un happen to anybody in his Glennon, J02, ext. 8564. j more powerful, housing a 72-horsepower F-head engine instead of J j Navy; Col. Chauncey E. Rowland
youth.." ]Baby sitter Southside only, 3410 I the old CO-horsepower L-head. Good news to drivers will be the Army; .Capt. Terrell A. Niae-
yes," replied the Admiral, Rodney Lane, Mrs. H. L. softer plastic seats plus better sprints. It is being built ,for the waner; Navy, and Lt., Col. Marcus
but this happened yesterday." I Knight, Ph. 98-3182. I Army. at Willys' Toledo plant. J R. King;' Air Force. .* > ..
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