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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wine 11


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"Weekend Warriors" In Review .


I Reserve Unit Set

,* '\i '

For inspectionWeeks

}' of arduous preparation by nearly 800 "Weekend

: Warriors" of Jacksonville's Naval Air Reserve Training Unit

fx' will be climaxed Friday night as they assemble! at 2000 in

I Hangar 113 for their sixth annual military inspection and

review.A .

host of officials
major military

McCaffree, commanding officer of
plus civilian dignitaries, NAS Jacksonville; Capt. Edw'inC.
will be hand for tonight's
on. Peck, commanding officer of
ceremonies during which time the
NATTCenter; Capt. Arthur S. .
local NARTU will vie for coveted
Born, Commander Fleet Air Wing
honors in competition against 27
Eleven; Capt. Dwight J. Whar.
other Naval Reserve Training
ton, commanding officer Naval
Units scattered throughout the
Hospital and Co!. G. M. Morrow,
; nation. NARTU Jax is commanded
of CNATRA staff
by Capt. Easton B. Noble.
The program will continue withan
Vie For Honors
Officer's Dance at the "0"

Six squadrons will be jnspect- Club and an enlisted dance at the

ed by Admiral Daniel V. Gallery, NAS auditorium During the enlisted .

-. ..._, Jr., Chief of Naval Air Reserve dance there will be a beau.

-- WELCOME FOR ADMIRAL McCORMICK Admiral LyndeD. Training, while Brig Gen. F. H. ty contest in which "Miss VMF141 -

McCormick (second from right), Commander-in-Chief of the Lamson Scribner, Commander of 1953" will be chosen by
Many Merit Atlantic Fleet and Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic, was Marine Air Reserve Training will members of the reserve unit.
greeted upon his arrival at Mayport Monday, by Rear Adm. Os- review the Marine Air Reserve
born B. Ilardison( (right), Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and
Awards ForSuggestions Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree (CldU), Commanding Officer of NAS units.
Jax. Behind Admiral McCormick is Rear Adm. Frederick B. War. Governor To Speak Camera HoundsTo

der, Deputy Chief of Staff, Atlantic Fleet, who is accompanying Governor Dan McCarty of Flor
Admiral McCormick on his ]0-day inspection tour of ships and Infctallations .
In Florida and the Caribbean. ida, who heads the list of civilian Compete In

dignitaries, will be the guest
The quality of beneficial suggestions Accorded Full Honors speaker. He will deliver his ad.
Service Contest
submitted by employeesof dress following the inspectionand

NAS Jacksonville during the Admiral McCormick review. "Shutter-bugs" at the! Na-

year 1932 has showed marked im Pays Included among the officials val 'Air Station can 'now enter

provement. expected to be on hand for the their prize i photograph in

occasion are Adm. Osborne B. stiff service wide
Statistics' recently compiled by competition
Visit To Naval Air Station Hardison, Commander Fleet Air

the Industrial Relations depart. Jacksonville: Capt. Howard V. The Fourth Intel-service Pho

ment indicate that suggestions Hopkins, Chief of Staff, Fleet Air tography Contest, conducted Jointly -
I McCormick Commander in Chief of
Admiral D.
Lynde -
adopted at the Station during Jacksonville; Capt. Burnham C. by the Army Air Force, Navy,
the Atlantic Fleet and Allied Commander
U. S. Supreme ,
1952 will the
Navy Depart
save Marine
Atlantic departed Tuesday after a brief visit at the Naval __....._ .___.__._ i Corps and Coast Guard,
ment $245,977.31, or an average of will be culminated at the Pentagon
Air Station on the first leg of a 10-day inspection of ships
$1,242.31 per suggestion.This in Washington D. C., aboutMay
and naval installations in Florida and the Caribbean.\
savings Is twice the 15.
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amount realized from beneficial Tuesday morning in ceremonies ied by Rear Adm. Frederick B. All Army Navy, Marine Corps,

suggestions submitted in 1951. held in front of the Main Admin. Warder, Deputy Chief of Staff, M I Coast Guard and Air Force personnel .

Cash awards to employees in istration Building Admiral McCormick Atlantic Fleet, and other mem on active duty for mote

1952 amounted to $7,670.50, with was accorded full hon. than 90 days are eligible to enter
of his
bers staff "
the average cash award at $36.70as t .
ors, including a 17-gun salute, S .
competed to $32.69 in 1951, .No Official l Tlioto
Marine Honor Guard, the Station ADMIRAL McCormick assumed
and while
The beneficial suggestion planis Only .black photo
operated under the band and eight side boys. his role as head of the graphs and color transparencies
Navy # ',
Awards and Incentives Programto C vast Atlantic Fleet in August of tpken by individual contestant

encourage individual em. AT THE ceremony he was In 1951, relieving Adm.: William M. y after Jan. 1. 1951 will be eligible

ployees to earn extra money by troduced to commanding officers Fechteler, who took over as for the contest. No official military *
Chief of Naval Operations. Pre- photographs be submitted
giving extra thought to their of the Naval Air Station Jack.
jobs viously, Admiral McCormick had and no contestant may with
sonville NATTC, Naval Hospital, been Vice Chief of Naval Operations draw an entry during the contest -
All Naval Air Station employee Fleet Air Wing 11, Carrier Air a position now held by Admiral I ,
are urged to participatein and other I
Groups squadrons Donald B. Duncan. (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. J)
the program during 1953 Fleet Air Jacksonville units based

here and senior staff officers of r 1" r
4 y T ;4
Commander Fleet Air Jackson.

First AuditionFor ville. K p. >iF
Carnival Following the ceremonies, Admiral W

McCormick made a brief

Talent Feb. 19The inspection tour of the station and

then proceeded to NAS Cecil
first audition for talent
Field. He departed by plane'
for the" Navy Charity Carnivalwill .
Tuesday noon. raf r 9
be next I'
staged Thursday S 1
Feb 19 jit 1930 in Building
BEFORE returning to his Nor

930 entertainment committee folk headquarters on Feb. 18, he

official) have revealed. will visit naval activities at
and all military '
Any personnel
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; San
and civilian, who ,
can sing. Juan, P. R.; St. Thomas, Virgin I
play an Instrument, or have enteitaining
Islands, and Key West. Ships to
talent of kind, 3
be visited include Atlantic Fleet
are requested to attend the Initial -
ship and units currently participating

sessions. in "Springboard," and extensive .__.... ..-..--
More information be obtained I
winter training exercises ON HAND FOR NARTU REVIEW-Heading a lone list .( military and civilian dignitaries at
by calling any one of whicrfbegan In January. the annual NARTU Jar military Inspection and review Friday night will to Ad.... Daniel V. Gal-
these extension numbers: 593, I lery Jr. (top), Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training: Vice Adm. Joh D. Trice (left), Chief *f Naval .
512,'8184 or 216. The Commander-in-Chief of Air Training; Brig. Gen. F. H. Lannon-Scrlbner! Ctramaadec )hria.If KeHn" (Dater) an4
the Atlantic Fleet was accompan Dan .McCarty, Governor of Florida (rIClaU,

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p' Og'Og'e' Two JAX AI' N"E' ws. 12 February 1953 I'J

Report From WashingtonOutgoing

Xlu 1Ifs Defense Depl.

Published!; every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air MAINSIDE

Station, Jacksonville, Fla.NAS Thurs., Feb. It Leaves Draft Of Legislation

.JacksonvilleCapt. Big: Jim McLain ...... John WayneFrI.
Burnham C. McCaffree Commanding Officer
Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive officer ., Feb. IS (Ir ArmnMorcH Pr..', Senlcel' )
Fleet Air Jacksonville I Confess.....*....Montgomery Clift The outgoing Defense Depart-f I cy active duty and extend the Fed-

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander Sat., Feb. 14 ment chiefs left several drafts of I eral Compensation Act to include
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins .__Chief of Staff Snows ofKilimanjaro proposed legislation for the new CAP personnel who may be injured -

Fleet Air Wine Eleven ....._ Gregory Peck bills to: I while on emergency active
83rd Congress,
Cept. Arthur S. Born Commander duty.
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer NATTCenter Extend: the temporary statutory -
Naval Air Technical Training Center Thuri., Feb. ItMr. limit of five-million active- Establish an AF Register com

Capt. Edwin R. Peck Commending Officer Imperium .:.......... Lana Turner duty personnel until July 31, parable to the Army and Navy
Comdr. Richard: S. Stuart Executive Officer 1958. Registers.
FrL, Feb. IS
Naval Hospital Officer Big Jim McLain ..__... John Wayne RepealSect._ 205 (b) of the Repeal the authority which allowed -
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton Commanding personnel of the Armed
Armed Forces Reserve Act May
Sat, Feb. 14
__Executive Officer
Capt. T. F. Weinert Forces to purchase discharges. The
NARTU I Confess ........ Montgomery Clift 1952.: This section calls for a
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Officer maximum strength of 1U millionfor original authority was suspendedin
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive Officer HOSPITAL the Ready Reserve. The Department 1940 but the suspension expires
Thura., Feb. It of Defense feels that April 1, 1953.

The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly it the U. S. Naval Air :Station; Teresa ...................,....... Pier Angeli many of the capable men in the .
Florida I and o m non-a prnpdated funds
Jacksonville. printed
INlncI P-33, Rev. FrI., Feb. IS be Recently introduced in Con-
at no expense to the government end In with NAVEXOS Ready Reserve would pushed
Nov. UM5.! Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Mr. Imperlum ........ Lana Turner into the Reserve by gress, the following bills of interest -
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Air Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. Standby
Naval Hospital. Sat., Feb. 14 younger and less-experienced men to service personnel
Editor-Andrew H. Planey Big Jim McLain .... John Wayne under the limit. The efficiency of would:

Staff Members: Vivian Williams, SA; John Charvat, AN; Helen a I the Ready Reserve force would I I I 1-Reduce the period of active

Harper. thus be considerably lessened. service required by any person inducted
The JAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Picas Service To Elect Officers
AFPS r I In publication may not without I Permanently authorize mem- into the Armed Forces by
the matter written, except' permission by service of publication mhdIF *, Press U prohibited Service ,Republication,'Ithoupermlluilon r of .other of I At PO Club Tonight \ bers of the Armed Forces to allowing credit for prior servicein

td: I lor. JAX AIR NEWS. An election of a new recreation I send gifts under $50 value into the Armed Forces.

Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension committee will highlight an I the U.S. free of customs duty or :Provide for naturalization of

8184 and 218.Home. open meeting in the Petty Offi internal revenue taxes. persons serving in the Armed<<

cers' Room, Building 593 at 1900 Establish the Civilian Air Pa- Forces of the U.S. after June 24,

State Laws CoverActiveDuty tonight.All trol as a civilian auxiliary of the 1950.

Petty Officers are invitedto Air Force, provide for subsistence S-Amend the Internal Revenue
the meeting. I of its members while on emergen-
Code to exempt servicemen who

Pay Taxes have been ordered to duty outside

?"ellE1 the U. S. from paying transportation -
tax on air travel.
(This" 'is the second in a series of articles dealina with state 'income tax) S

Section 514 of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act One of the last official acts of

of 1910, which is still in force, provides that a member of President Truman was to
living in state other than his legal residence approve
the Armed Forces, a and forward to the Senate for
by reason of naval or military orders, is not liable to confirmation, a list of more than
that state for income taxes with respect to his Service pay. 300 Air Force Reserve ofJcel'ilIe-
The continuing list of states and
territories that have state taxes I lected receive Regular AF

but make specific regulations con
cerning servicemen are:
l.oulllana-I,500 of active-duty I A Marine Corps selection
board will convene Feb. 16 to
pay is exempt until March 20
I 1952, No exemption theieafter. I IllarylandI,500 select approximately 700 First
Lts. on active-duty for promotion
of activeduty 't Y .2
pay is exempt starting Jan. 1, |1 I Ii to captain, Marine Corp
Hq. has announced. Since those
1951. I i s
Minnesota\ -$3,000 of active-du selected will be "fully qualified"
officers no promotion zone i in
(This Is the fourth in series of ty pay exempt. 5 involved.
Missouri-$3,000 of active-duty
atticles dealing with Mete gOt'tnt.tM"t .
pay is exempted from taxes.
officials. A new AF regulation authorizes
month all
1\ont8na-$200 per on
George M. Humphrey's appoint
promotion of all basic airmen to
income is exempt while on active-
Secretary of
ment to the post of
the Treasury pays a high tribute duty from Jan. 1, 1951 to July 1, the grade of A3/C (E-2)) upon
1953. completion of basic training or 4
to one of the country's foremost
months in grade, if there is no
leaders in financial and economic New York-All active-duty Income
development. is exempted until Dec. 31, ---....... compelling reason for not making

Long active in the progress of 1953, or the termination of the National PROTESTANT CHAPLAIN ARmVES-Lcdr. Weldon Gat- the advancement. The new policyis
Industrial and business organizations emergency, whichever lin (right), who recently assumed the post of station Protestant contained in AFR 39-29 effective
many cornea first Chaplain, discusses the day's work with Comdr. John J. MrGowan, March 1, 1953.
the 62-year-old Che- Catholic Chaplain. Chaplain Gatlin
comes here from Naval Station, C .
native North Dakota AH activedutypay Trinidad
boygan, Mich., was graduated -
The Fairchild Engine and Air-
from the Univ. of Michigan is exempt.
of plane Corp. has been awarded the
pay is exempt during the Na- Lcdr. Gatlin Takes Over first contract for the developmentof

tional a 25-ton "midget" submarine,
3 k Ortgoa-$3OOO of active duty Protestant Chaplain PostLcdr. the Navy has announced. Known
pay is exempt.'ermontIncome. as the X-1, this is the first attempt -

; \ subject to the G. Weldon Gatlin has assumed I by the Navy to develop its

same computations as Federal re- the post of Protestant Chaplain Gatlin declared that he own midget submarine.

turns. Chaplain of the ,Naval Air Sta was here to serve enlisted men

Virginia Income subject to tion.Taking and officers alike "They all look I Dinner guest: "Will you please
same computations as Federal Re- over the post vacatedby pass the nuts Professor?"
alike to me in the
work of
turns; Combat zone exemption Capt. Charles A. Dittmar, Professor (absent mindedly:
-'i retroactive to 1951. Chaplain Gatlin comes here from Lord. God doesn't look at whatwe Yes, I suppose so, but most of
Naval Station Trinidad. wear on our shoulders and them deserve "
\Vitcon ln-All active-duty pay flunking.
I arms, but at what we wea in
is exempt for 1950, '51, '52. (AF- Impressed With Attendance our hearts," he added.
GEORGE M. HUMPHREY PS). Referring to himself as a "hand.

Secretary of the Treasurywith (Next week: States and Territories {- shaking, chicken-eating Methodist Member Of 704 Club I y DhiirTq

a law degree in 1912. After requiring payment of income preacher," the new chaplain During the war Chaplain Gat-
being admitted to the bar In Michigan tu.) conducted his first services last lin served aboard the carrier USS \

he practiced law'in! Saginaw, Sunday. Impressed with the Franklin. He is a member of the .

Mich. Don't knock the weather, nine- church attendance, he expressed 704 Club, composed of men who Protestant

Mr. Humphrey joined the M. tenths of the people couldn't starta hope that it would continue on returned from a crew of 3,300.Before 0830-All Saints Chapel.

A. Manna Company in 1917 and conversation if it didn't changeonce the same high level. 'I his recall to active duty in 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.

/In 1982 was appointed Chairman in a while. Upon taking over his post here, November 1950 he served as min- 0930Sunday School. i

.I the Board. ister at Waco, Texas and San 1045-All Saints '.
Chapel. '
Former Chairman of the Business i Adm. Gardner Visits HereFollowing I Francisco, Calif. Although a loy. Catholic
Advisory Council of the U. S. al citizen of Texas, the new chap- 0800-0900-1000 Mass St. Edward's
Dept. of Commerce, :Mr Hum Vice Admiral M. B. Gardner, I lain and his wife and two chil-
his tour of Naval Air Chapel.
phrey was also a trustee on the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations dren now call California their 0645-Mass:
at Chapel.
Committee for Economic Devel for Air, conducted a brief Station and Fleet Air Jackson- home, Mormon

opment., In addition, he served at inspection of fleet and shore in- ville facilities, Admiral Gard- Possessor of the Purple Heart 1930-TuesdaY-NAT'J'C-

Chairman of .the Industrial Advisory stallations in the Jacksonville ner new'ovet" Green Cove and the Silver Star, the Chaplainalso Jain's office.'
Committee of the Economic area last Saturday. lIe arrived at Springs for an aerial view while holds the distinction of being Christian Science "

Cooperation Administration (AF- NAS Jacksonville late Friday enroute to NAS Cecil Field and the first minister to make an 1900 Tuesday-NATTC Chap

PB). afternoon from Washington, D. c.1 Naval Air Facility, Mayport. NBC television broadcast. )aln'. effke.I" .

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account for the present TWO OF THE St. Valen connection with the saints. The
Show Downward Valentine's Day has been seems to is accidental in
association quite
celebrated every Feb. 14 since day "bank night," but instead of tine's in history have their festivals -
that the feast of the two
Trend During '52 the fourteenth century, but the money, the lucky winner received on Feb. 14. One priestin falls towards* spring and love
origin of this tradition is one
a fair maiden. The draw Rome and the other a bishopin and spring has become synony
Accident frequency and severl of the unsolved mysteries.The .
of this festival was the Umbria. One St. Valentine mous.
ty at the Naval Air Station was answer lies In the imagination ing card .
fact that everybody won. Young wan reputed as h a v 1 In g gone a *
aharply reduced during; 1932, of the individual nurtured -
Romans put the names of young foodon IX TilE PAST years, the
to house leaving
safety program official by legend, folklore and from house
maidens into a box, and then practice i of giving gifts of
have announced. custom. There are, among others the doorsteps of the poor. An
chant! In flowers and candy to sweethearts
Statistics show that last time three popular traditions drew the names by accepted custom evolved from
receiveda iias expanded to include
injury cases were cut from 47 In which seek to account for this this fashion, every man
fair for his "valentine", this.The the sending of greetings to par
1951 to 25 during 1932, with corresponding celebration.One lady feast of St. Valentine, although -
at the coming event. ents, other relatives and friend
or partner
time charges of 941 terms it as a survival of long observed as a lov

lost days in 1952 as comparedwith an old Roman February feast Chaucer and Shakespeare re- ;n' festival, has actually noletters Although the establishment of

:2,439 lost days In 1931. called the Lupercalia. This fes fer to the rural tradition thatit .-. this occasion remains an unsolved -

tival was in honor of Lupercus, was at this. time of the year mystery, the custom in
: 4:: America will continue to flourish -
The severity of the cases BUS a rural Italian deity who was that birds chose their mates. -I, i ?

tamed in 1952 averaged a loss of afterward identified with Pan, This seemed a pretty good idea d as long as merchants and
.... florists it a popular
301 man hours per case. In 1931 the god of herds and fruitful- so the young men and fair ladies can keep .
decided to follow the style practice. St. Valentine's Day
it averaged 2,426 lost man hours ness.
will remain primarily a day devoted .-
per case. a and chooose "valentines", or special

Last November the Station won TillS FESTIVE occasion loving friends on that day. to love and lovers.

the Navy's two top safety awardsfor .

its 1951 record. Rear Adm.

Glenn I B Davis, Commandant, NOTICE:! Navy Wives Club

Sixth Naval District, made the
presentations. Blue Cross and Blue Shield

payments are due Feb. 16-17, Installs I OfficersAt

Every effort is being made to policy holders are reminded.February .

reduce all accidents, whether industrial Annual Fete '

or traffic, to an appreci
able extent, ATI educational pro- 16 The annual Navy Wives Club
No. 86 installation service ant gram, composed of lectures and
banquet was held at the CPO Club
visual aids, is conducted on a regular -
Deadline For last ,
Friday evening
schedule, and all safety regulations -
enforced. Lcdr. Robert Elliott, NATTCenter -
are strictly
Since the program has been in Polio PoliciesMonday chaplain, conducted the impressive

effect there has been a steady decline t candlelight ceremony, at
Feb. 16, is the dead. which incoming officers lighted
in accident figures. The goals
line for Polio insurance applica- their tapers of responsibilities to
for 1953 are to achieve even lower
accident rates.Camera. tions. take the oath of office.

--. .- Employees who wish polio cov- VT Club Praised

erage should submit name, department N N Mrs. Marge Saultz, le-elected

HoundsContinued check number and policy president of this Naval Air Station -
desired to their shop ;W.n<,o-; -; ,. ,......,"' ._,..w ._..._--
person- '-'---------- ------T.
organization)j hted the can-

( from Page 1)) nel supervisor, or directly to IRD HE'S A CITIZEN NOW-Alejo I. Nangonon, SKI, (seated) dle of Faith Leadership; ; Betty -

Subject matter should have appeal (phone '420)), this week. proudly displays to three shipmates his Certificate of Naturalization Creek, vice-president, the candle -

and meaning. Subjects may Coverage, arranged throughthe papers which he received last week. From the Philippines, of Elsie Rose
Cooperation; ,
he's now a full-fledged U. S. dUnn Standing (left to rll1Bob
include, but are not limited to, Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
HeweU, RMS; Bob O'Neill, YN2, and Walt Adams, JOSH, secretary, the candle of Friend
landscapes, !seascapes! still life, babies Company, will be added to the ship; Anna Zebrowski, treasurer,

and children, animals, customs present group Feb. 25. It can then Cherishes Citizenship the candle of Fidelity; Harriet

and documentaryscenes i be renewed 25 the station's
people July Weir, parliamentarian, the candle
of service life, architectural anniversary date, for a period of
U. S Citizenship : of Tolerance, and Linda Brunson,
studies, interiors, flowers, abstractions one year. Acquires ; chaplain, the candle of Reverence -

and human interest Employees only can sign up .

subjects from daily life. for individual contracts. Individ- Fulfills Promise Made In 46 Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree,

Rule Listed ual contracts can not be obtain commanding officer of the Naval

Individuals acting as subjects; ed for members of their family. Alejo L. Mangonon, SKI, of AK Air Station, commended the effective -

of portrait photographs must authorize Cost of coverage for the next School at NATTCenter, has certified "Certificate of Naturalization. and progressive work of

in writing on the entry five months will be $2,75 for a proof that he has fulfilleda In smaller print is written the organization which includesthe

form the submission of the entryin family plan, and $1.25 for an individual New Year's resolution made these words, "I- e was admitted as nursery at NATTCenter, the
a citizen of the United States of
the contest and its use in contest plan, back in 1946 America. "Not New Shop" near the station
publicity. made thou bank, its active welfare ,
mounts. The promise many program
That was Al's resolution back in
Black and white enlargementswill Info with Entry sands of miles away in Subic Bay I For i Christmas toys for children project -
1946. guys like Al, who were
inches and
be :5 7
x The following information in In the Philippines took a long time in the Philippines when the Japa- and' Its recent drive for the
Id x 20 inches maximum in aize but to March of Dimes which raised I
shall in coming about, according ,
white quadruplicate accompany nese landed, there is no difficultyin
Black and photographs each entry: Name, date, rank or AI, it was well worth all the time remembering why they want $379.00.
should be unmatted and un
rate, service or file number, military and effort. this resolution to be kept, Many Guests
mounted. No tinted or color- lE
address, permanent home address Al's most precious possessionis Al made and kept the promiseto Additional guests present were
toned photographs will be eligible
home-town newspaper, title a certificate Across the top become a citizen of the United Capt. Edwin R. Peck, commanding
Negatives will not be required -
of photograph, type of camera, of it la engraved, "The United States and with it took this pledge, officer of NATTCenter; Comdr.

will be 35 size, type of film and exposureand States America.. ." In smaller "I hereby resolve that my children James H. Armstrong, NAS exec-
Color transparencies utlve officer Comdr. L. S. Sims,
aperture used, type of paper, ;
and my children's children
:5 inchesmaximum
minimum to
mm. x
Jr. assistant medical officer
developer, special treatments used, will be citizens of the United
in size Transparencies
NAS Lt. Robert F. Lang Cecil
and an informative paragraph including
States, and that the freedom and
submitted in
will I Field chaplain and Mrs. Florence
interesting details I I ;
any Gs equality that I now enjoy as a
Kocilla\ president of the newly
about the subject and conditions citizen, will be preserved for
BLOOD BANK under which the photograph was them." chartered Navy Wives Club at Cecil
A .A Field
taken and processed. t
BOX SCORE Personnel from all commandsat ---S S
Select 21 Pilots
NAS Jacksonville who wish to Toastmaster introducing( the
N. Q... Trrhfh. For Exchange speaker): "I'm that Mr.
Duty sure
I Met ff., enter the contest should submit s
entries to the NAS Public Information Briefings on this year'd pilot Jones of the Soils and Fertilizer
FAW 11 .......... 13 26 200.0 :
officer, Room 111, Administration exchange in which 21 Department will give you a pleas
NATTC ............233 451 179.4 program
Public Works .. 24 27 112.5 Building, not later than Navy, Marine Corps and Air ant half hour, lie is just full of

Fla. Mil Dist... :5 5 100.0 April 15, 1953. Force aviators were selected to iU subject

Dental............ 1 1 100.0 Entries will then be forwarded take part, were held in the Pen-

Operations _...12 12 100.0 to ComFour for screening, and zsIIiYAH tagon. LAST OF CORSAIRS

Special Serv. ..4 4 100.0 those selected will be sent to the Under the annual'program -

Res. Fleet ........ 85 71 83.5 Chief of Naval Personnel by April a started four years ago-25 Navy TO BE DELIVEREDThe

ComFalrJax .... 94 76 80.8 30. Photographs will be returnedby and Marine fliers exchange duty era of the fighting Cor-

Marines ?......? 10 8 80.0 collective shipment for returnto each year with a like number of sair, an airplane that has been

Comm. ........... 4 3 75.0 the individual contestants. Air Force pilots in first-line combat longer than

Admin. ..?..._ 3 2 66.6 Prizes AwardedA any military aircraft, will soon
screening board designated by The henpecked husband had just be at end.
Medical .....?_ 2 1 50.0 an

Supply............" 27 11 40.7 the Chief of Naval Personnel will .m.' _____, ..___s.. ...___ ._. ____.. __._ .. reached the end of his rope and The Navy will accept delivery -
Over. & Rep ....115 27 23.4 select the 10 best entries from the decided it was time he assertedhis of IU last propeller-driven

sea services for final competition.These PAL!-Helping dad mandhood."I Corsair
Cecil Field ...... 16 3 18.7 12,511stIn''the
contestants will receive with his flight gear is young don't mind washing dishesfor near future to the
Gr. Cove Sprgs. 35 6 17.1 certtlficates according
Danny Conger, who was at he told his wife "and Idon't
Hospital.........21 3 14.2 of achievement signed by NAS Cecil Field last week you, United Aircraft Corp.

NARTU .._ 7 '1 14.2I. the Secretary of Defense. when his father Lode James object to sweeping, dusting The 12,571st Corsair, and F-

R. D. 2 0 0.0 Trophies will be awarded to seven Conger, Attack Squadron 35 or mopping the floors, but I'U be 4U-7, will be turned over to the

Aim ..............._.4 0 0.0 I winners in black and white skipper, arrived from Mediterranean home. VA-35- blowed if I'm going to run ribbons French Navy under the Mutual

Engineers .....". 13 0 0.0 competition, and to three winners cruise returned made aboard a the carrier through my nightshirt just to fool Defense Assistance Program.I" ,

in color transparency competition. USS Leyte. the baby.



Page Pour JAX AIR 1 12_February 1953 I,

Present Strength 2,600 --- i I

n II

Women Marines Murk I i

{ Y /

Tenth Anniversury .' F I
I.r I.
Oh, how we hate to get up in t
the morning!
From Hawaii to Germany to Jacksonville, Women Marine toMorrow -
will observe the tenth anniversary of their service with the _N.+ The MAA holding the midnight
U.S. Marine Corps) vigil is the alarm clock and at the I
beginning of each day her voice !
The past year has brought them -
duty in Europe for the, first time during WWII, were assigned to comes screaming out over the

In history; stylishly redesigned some phase of aviation, as well box, "0600 Reveille!"

uniforms ,by Mainbocher; their as seeing almost every other typeof It has been the same routine

first "dress blues"; and a reappearance non-combatant duty, Including for years, the same words and

of the Organized Reserve motor transport, maintenance, the same painful struggle'of put-
which was mobilized to answer supply and photographic duty. ting both feet on the floor.

the Korean emergency However, one morning last

Another first, aw Women Marines MAD At Center Gets week in Barracks 722, a new
corning to the Naval Air twist was added to the awaken
Technical Training; Center here yesx New Legal OfficerNow ing, which got everyone up with

for schooling for the lint time serving as assistant legal less effort and many with a

Seven Women Marines are presently 1 officer for the Marine Aviation smile. The squawk box resounded -

attached to the Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter is "Reveille, Good Morning,

Detachment at the Training Second Lt. Paul H. Ulrich, who reported Rise and Shine!"

Center, either attending or await in for duty last week. He .

Ing the Airman I Preparatory A r i I will replace Capt. James A. Kel- A "get-well" card is certainlya

School ,' leher who is being discharged small item to send, but so wonderful -

Women Marines have been partof y p Ulrich came here from FMF- to receive. Your shipmatesin

the regular armed forces since Pac In Japan, where he was serv- the Hospital would like to hear

1948, but they will celebrate the ing as a legal officer He is a from you. In the Hospital from

first enlistment of Women Receives r native of Willard, Ohio, and attended NAS are Carmen Padro, Jean

the WR's on Feb. 13 Ohio University before en- Bechdolt, Pauline Smith, Jean

1943. On that date women answered tering the Marine Corps !In 1941, LeBlanc, Marie Marciante and

the Leatherneck's appeal Lt. Ulrich was commissionedfrom !lone Zel!. From) NATTCenter are

to "free a Marine toight". That the ranks In 1952. Jacqueline Mansfield, Doris i
makes the Women Marines seven Quinn, Cherie Kidd, Barnadine

months younger than the Waves. 3. O"v Hopkins and Jewel Gunn

Presently, J.600 Women Marines off b *

regulars and reservists", A hearty welcome to five at
-' ..-:000: ;' !""a
are on active duty. The organ- NATTCenter who have arrived
ization reached Its peak In A DAY WITH TilE W\I'S-The! small contingent of Women from Bainbridge for school. Included -
Marines stationed here, along with Women
; Marines
World War II with 831
officer are Bette Hagins Lottie
will note the 10th anniversary Friday of their service In the SALTY HUMOR FROM
and 17,578 enticed\ women on Corps. In top photo Pfc. Jane Szulzewskl, Sgt. Victoria Lipkovity Mimel, Rosemary Smith, Bunny
duty In 1945. and Sgt. Belinda DeRocco, learn safety wiring of a cylinder loran _HERE AND THERE Kolin and Josephine Kenn)', At
Almost 40 per rent of the total, aircraft radio engine in hand tools phase rlass at NATTCenter's NAS, welcome to Wanda Smith
ANP( ) School. In bottom photo the Women Marines relax at the "What color dress will you wear from
---- Exchange canteen. Seated are, (left to right< ), Pfc. Jane Szultewskl, to the Ball 1""We're Bainbridge. .
50 Legislators Control Milwaukee, Wis.: Sgt. Belinda DeRocro, Philadelphia, Pa., and Transfers at NATTCenter were
Armed Forces Bills Set. Victoria Lipkovity, South Bend, Ind. Standing are, Pfc. Ro- supposed to wear something ) Mary Gateway, who is on her
mona Matney, Tecumseh, Mo., and Pfc. Gene Sims, Pittsburgh, Pa. to match our boy friend's
way to Pensacola, and Nelly Mc-
Washington (AFPS) Most! of hair, so I'se wearln' black. What
the legislation passed or rejectedby I Leisure Time Is Study Time I you we8l'l 'T" Lean to Atlantic City.

the 83rd Congress concerningthe "I don't think l'se goin'; my boy Wedding Bells rang out "be t

Armed Forces will be handledby Way To Self-Service Education : friend's bald." wishes" Saturday 'for Ginny
14 Senators .and 36 Representatives Blackwell who was married to

John: "I've got a perfect news Mickey Wertt.Waves ;. .
Exemplified By NATTCenter Duo .
The Republican majority Mill story!t"Andy

hold down 27 of the 50 pots Receiving an education -whilein : "How come? Man bitea Host At
both committee Wolf intends to continue his college
on the i emo- doC'T"John
the service has been well illustrated
ratio minority, 25. education after his present : "No, but a hydrant sprin
by two Navy men pres- Valentine Day
tour of active
The chairmen of the Senate and duty kled one"Buddy
ently attached to the Naval Air
House Aimed Services Committees Both Boylson and Wolf) well .

respectively, are: Republicans Technical Training Center here represent the self education program : "May I take you home? Dance Saturday

S en Level'ett Saltonstall, Michael Boylson, ATC, has accredited row being carried out by I like to take experienced, girls
. Mass., and Rep. Dewey Short, Mo. to his record the sum of hundreds of other personnel in home. White Hats and Marines who
the Armed Forces. To inquire Gloria: "But I'm not expert failed to get a St. Valentine'sDay
four Navy service schools, sev- further Into correspondencecourses > I enced." card, or even those who
eral officer's and enlisted correspondence were lucky enough to get ont,
usa In lax and college extension Buddy: "You're not home yet."
courses USAFI courses! is the first step to improving can make the holiday more' complete -
To Get New and extension by attending the Waves'
courses college your education and fu- "My dear! What a lovely coat.
Dance Saturday night at Main-
Bigger HomeThe courses. ture. It must have cost a fortune!" side Auditorium. .
For information concerning this "No only a kiss."
USO !in Jacksonville\ will At this date, he possesses not program, contact the I&E Officerin "One that you gave your husband All Sailors and Marine

have a new, spacious home, it only a high school diploma, received Room 233 of Building 500, or ?" aboard the station have a standing -

has been revealed.A through the Armed Forces call extension 8388. I "No, one that he gave the maid." invitation to attend the affair -
Institute, but also the first and which gets underway at
building 37 West Monroe '
second year college certificates. 2000. The dance is free.
Stieet has been approved trxr, I re ,
Chief Boylson, in his nine The
by the National USO and workon yearsof Auditorium- be appropriately
the facility Is expected to begin active duty, has certainly decorated for the occasion
shortly proved that leisure-time studyingpays and refreshments will also
t W wtC
off. be served Music will be provided -
No date has been announcedfor
Not to be outdone, Erhard by the Naval Air Station
the opening of the new club,
Wolf, PNASN, has also compileda <. band. Uniform of the day will
but all service personnel will
good list of completed courses. be worn.
be notified in time for the gala
event. Upon recall to active duty in October .

of 1951, Wolf began his first President's Aides All

correspondence course. Since, he
Below Star Rank
has accumulated seven USAFI
HOT AIR Washington (AFPS)-President
college level courses, an enlisted
? Eisenhower, breaking slightly with
." course, and has completed the
":1 University of Florida extension tradition, has appointed three officers -
all below admiral or
{ course inpee'h.\
eral) rank, aa his military aides

tr'I Lt Col. Robert L Schulz has
(f \\tr7, Whereas Chief Boylson is plan-

_//I 11'11111!//III. r tlll'' ning be to given go up this for the fall OCS, Seaman teststo r been Comdr.appointed Edward L.Beach Army becomes Aide) ;

Naval Aide and Maj. William G.

Longer Hours At Civilian Draper will represent the Air
Force and pilot the President's
Cafeteria FountainThe private plane-an AF Lockheed
EDVCATION.I\I1NDED-Mlthael Boylson, ATC (
right) totalsup
Civilian Cafeteria fountain the stock of books he has studied and shows Erhard Wolf, Constellation
will remain open from PNASN, a list of courses he has completed. Both men, who seem Virtually every White House
0600 to 1600 starting on Feb. to know what to do with their leisure time, have completed a considerable Aide since the Woodrow Wilson
amount of USAFI, enlisted and officer
J 6. Previously it had been administration
"That: was a nice landing, now operating i These two NATTCenter men show that men can get an has been either a
Jet's seep you lake off!" from 0800 to 1300. education while In the service. I general or en ..admiral.I .



12 February 1953 JAX AIR 'NEWS' Page Five

Fleet Force Specialized Info On Latest Aircraft \

ExercisesUnderway Training Unit Offers


Atlantic Fleet Amphibious Program

training exercises are being con.

ducted from the Caribbean area Applications for basic and advanced training: In all phases of the

to the chores of North Carolina, F9F-2, F2H-3 and the P2V-2 aircraft are now "being accepted by

to maintain the combat readinessof ca i "' I IX the Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment heie

personnel and ships. The F9F-2 syllabus consists of ----!--- ------
Instruction Is limited to one student -
The will involve 11 hours of instruction divided into
maneuvers hour.
More In-
two sections: Four hours of per working
) and
about 25,000 Navy personnel formation can be obtained by callIng -

" up to 17,000 Marines. It is aimed cockpit and emergency procedure, Albert Southworth, TDC,
at and seven hours of radio navigation
improving and testing communications chlef-ln-charge of this
''. command relationships which includes ADF> GCA, activity.
tactical concepts and training oss-country and radio ranges.It ,
I INTERESTED! : personnel may'apply
methods. The maneuvers will
in person at Building 168
end hi early April.In AIRCRAFT KNOW
at the Naval Air Station, or phone
the first phase, amphibious James Herdman, ADI (top extension 217
photo), explains the functionof
embark Norfolk
troops will at
I a Thermocouple unit on the The new F9F-5 will be availablefor
and Morehead City, N. C. The
jet engine of a Banshee. This instruction in approximately
task force will then proceed to I maintenance instruction, one of
three weeks it Is
and conduct an amphibious assault I the phases of the Naval Air Syllabus -
Mobile Training Unit curriculum for this trainer will be the
aimed at capturing the island
is available to all aviation same as the F9F-2
of Vieques, Puerto Rico, as personnel of the Jax Navy are.
a base for the second phase. This Left to right are, Chief Machinist The* maintenance course In the

Caribbean island will be defended Guy Parker, ofncer-in- F2H-3, conducted by Achille Nardi -
charge of NAMTD; Charles AEC is a aix-days course for
by a Marine training :
Bennett, ADC VC-62 Marlon
all aviation rates. Chief Naidi
now there for intensive field Sikes, AN: Fasron Six; Herd
training( man, and Ted Hause, ADAM has a flexible schedule with ev-

VF171. In bottom photo In- ery effort being made to accom-
The second phase will consistof
stru.tor.James Curtis, AM: explains odate fleet personnel
the formation of a "Blue" am. action of hose wheel pan- .

phibious task force at Vieques.The el for nil Banshee to fleet students It
THE MX phases listed in the
armada will include carriers, Richard Ross ADI, and
Sylvester liter, AEAN. Banshee Maintenance course include -
cruisers, destroyers, attack transports I
: aircraft general' power
attack cargo ships, submarines I
plants, fuel and oil system, hydraulics -
rocket ships, auxiliary ships
and pneumatics, electrical,
and air patrol squadrons. In all, VF-114, Fasron Six Report
Ignition, and Instruments, and
over 150 ships and craft will par

ticipate. Jacksonville Area I electronics.for both Ordnance FOF and maintenance F2H" Is-

The huge training program will Scouting Squadrons conducted In another department

serve to polish up old techniquesand Interested personnel may applyfor
enable the Marines to test F-174
doctrines for the use of new A new All-Navy family now exists A bright, shiny new coffee bar the six Maya Instruction ap
VF-174s }It'li Razors" whoopedIt
in the squadron. Ned C. adorned with a latge Hell Razor plicable to their late __
and methods
weapons especiallythe up at the squadron's annual Syllabus for the P2V-2 is
composed -
Grahm AM3 married Wave Lor emblem the
of in now graces squadron'sready !!
employment helicopters party last Friday at the May- relta Giddings who works in the room, thanks to the efforts of six phases; engine, props,

amphibious operations.. flower Hotel. All the Ingredients Yard Office Shortly after return of Chief John H. Powell and Ed and Ignition; fuels, oils, and car-

I of a "well-done" party were present from the Mediterranean last December Davis, AMI, who made the bar bur etion; hydraulics and structures' -

$329 More Added'To including music: laughter, din- George Chidester, AD2, from scrap lumber. : instruments: electronic,

ner, dancing, and female "Hell tied the knot Another "Hell Ra and aircraft general An officer's

Dimes Drive Razor'a". zor", James J. Byrne, Jr., jour- Fattron Six: course has been added for P2V's

Among the guests were Comdr. neyed to South Carolina and wed Fatron' annual party at the with the first class starting next

and Mi'8, Leroy Swanson. He Is the day after 1953 began, Duval County Armory Friday week. Further particulars on any

By Fleet's VC62Submission Commander of Carrier Air Group showed no signs of dullness an type of this instruction! may be

obtained from Emmett C. Howard -
of a $329.65 checkto Winding up the squadron's new everyone managed to get bis fill
ADC at extension
the recent March of Dimes Special honors were given to P. recruits to the brown bagger of food, refreshments, and entertainment .

campaign makes Composite M Caldwell, ADI, a* the oldest group are George A. Simer, AN, The ten-piece oi'chestra
Squadron 62 one of the top active Hell Razor In the squadron. and Oscar Sloan, AD2. of Abe vert's provided a wide courses are
conducted In 168 under\
has cruised with VF-174 for of for those who
He variety
donors Fleet Air Jack- songs
among Ned C. Grahm, AM3; Fred Baker the direction of Robert F. Hamil-
sonville and units the past eight yean. Mrs. Caldwell took advantage of the dance floor
squadrons PN3; B. J. Johnson, AK2; ton, AOC. This single unit han-
received orchid for while the social outcasts kept the
this an "put
year. Hank Resnick, AE3, and Edward dles ordnance training for the
The Squadron can now boastof ting up with the squadron for BO Brent, AMI, are all due to leave bar equally busy. three aircraft taught In the other

donation of 90 many years." Dinner i was served cafeteria
an average the squadron soon. Their tr ane- schools. Instruction Is divided Into -

cents-twice the average con- Other plank owners, Joe Skapyak fer means a great loss to the style with ample helpings. Short. five phases: administrative

tribution in the top U. S. city AOl, and Bob Cameron, AE1, squadron and their; many friends ly after dinner, the familiar Rag ordnance, fire control, turrets, munitions

last year. each received a genuine wooden and shipmates wish them the best Mops" put on a show that drew and guns. The guns phase

Two: novel collection methodsare plank to commemorate their serv of luck. laughs from everyone. i includes both the 20 M.M cannon

given much of the credit ice. Leading Chief Ernest E. Ed- Thanks are extended to all who and the 50-caliber machine gun.

by Comdr. Noel R. Bacon, VC2 Just in time for the income tax wards has taken the first step helped to make the party the success Chief Machinist Guy J. Parker,

commanding officer, for the deadlines are two new exemption toward leaving the squadron for that It was. offlcei-in-charge of the mobile i l

squadron's strong response to delivered recently via stork to his Georgia vel'andand/ a mint Fast'on Six took their fourth' training unit, stated, "Our missionIs

this year's call for donations. Richard H. Nesary, AK3, and Ray- julep. Edwards, who has a long and fifth consecutive victories in to provide officer and maintenance -

Most effective was a'gallon mond C. Woods, AM3. New addition record of loyal Navy service to the NAS American f Basketball personnel with advanced

jug filled with water, with a to Nesarj's nursery i I. a boy his credit, has Just switched from League last week by dropping VP- technical training: and informationIn

smaller glass placed on the while Woods was blessed with a the regular Navy to the Fleet Re 741, 65-40, and. VF-172. 9439. the latest types of service aircraft

bottom. A dime dropped girt.: serve. If more operating commands -

through a slit in the jug's top 'Mutt" PUMO paced the Ban were aware of the specialized -
shees against VP-741 with i 17 !
would earn the donor a special training that
we can give
liberty if it landed in the jigger s while In the second! game, Brad- their personnel, I am quite sure

: glass.A / ley Kldd hit for 23 at the expense that our program can be Increased

$25 war bond prize also of VF-172 with greater overall advantages to

aided! in boosting donations. o y Play in the Men's City League Naval Aviation."

saw the Banshees hand S. R Hub-
Cecil Field) applicants can getthe
bard Co. a 62-49 defeat as center .
same training on their base!
Bill Bailey collected 18 points in
by calling extension 223, and contacting -
the first two periods ,
Chief Machinist Thomas
5 t In the Veteran's 1 I
1.j {S> Bowling 'II
r Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment -
z zF
League, Fasron holds the number
has unit at
r a Cecil that
one spot by one and a half
Is identical with the one at the
20ll' games over Cohen Brothers after
NAS with the very same curriculum -
taking two of three from the Do- .

nut Shop last Thursday. The Fas-

ronites set a new team high for I ed in for duty Monday after a year

the year by bowling a 942 in the at Aigentia, Newfoundland. Bel-

first game. lards has been assigned to the administrative -

After completing 26 months division.

with Fasten Six, Henry P. Os- King D, Courtney, AM2, and

man, ADC. received his orders to wife find a, new addition to the
"E" WINNERS-Navy "E" winners of Attack Squadron 15, as \
Pensacola Fla. to family after
NAS begin a the recent
a result of the last Atlantic Fleet competition are (left to right)
Lt. George Muirhead; Lt. (jg) Tobert McMillen; Lt. Harry Allen; normal tour of duty. O a man from Mr. Stork Center of attraction -

Comdr. Roy Isaman, squadron skipper; Lt. (U jg) William Lassan worked in the Education office 18 is Virginia Dianne who

and Lt. Jack Stuart. Lt. Mien| scored direct ,hits In bill roc'ketIIrln& I months of his stay with Fasron. weighed In ,at T Ibs, 11t v; ozs.

while Comdr. Isaman won' ,two "EV, one in dive-bombing Harry L. Sellardu, YN2, report- Jan 23 at the Naval HosplUL
Is This You? and another in glide bombing.

J -

Six JAX AIR NEWS 12 February 1953

(" ; J H nm news'Fasron Fleet Air Jax

x. Court Title on

'1'1)/1' )/
r1 Q $
.fJtl' Line TonightSix

ut.wYAW" q. teams opened fire Tuesday

fme..J: 'j .. "', sonville afternoon basketball for the Fleet championshipwith Air Jack-

the finale slated for tonightin

: U7.(1)? 'ULWA .J'. 6. Supply Puce'Moinside Navy a preliminary varsity tussle game: to the Jax

With John M. Cbarvat Winner of the tourney will rep-

Service sports editors and coaches have received ballots Court LoopsBULLETIN resent this area in the ComAlr-
Lant festivities slated for the last
for the selection of an AFPS 1953 Service All-Star Basket-
week of The quin-
February. top
ball team and our nominations went in along with Coach
tet there will go into the Atlantic
Frank McCaffrey's early this week.
Included with the ballots was a list of some of the outstanding Friday's Intramural basketball games will be played in the Fleet championships scheduled
NATTCenter gym instead of at Mainside because of a scheduled for early March.
players now performing for service teams to assist X. Games effected VF-174-VP-711 Hospital
dance In Building are ; VC-62 and Fasron Six were
in the selections. However, the guide was without the VF.1T1 and NARTU-VF-172.
early favorites, but the latter ex-
moniker of a'single individual Jax Navy opposed this season.
Fasron Six in the American and Supply in the National pected trouble with VJ-62. In a
It's hardly feasible to bestow an accolade on a player gained undisputed possession of first place in their respec- first round meeting Carrier Air

when you haven't seen him play. Granted, the press notices tive leagues of Mainside intramural court play last week as Group Four battled VX-1 of Key

that accompany such stars as Paul Arizin, Quantico; Sam the season nudged past the halfway mark. West in the second opening round
Ilanzino, Army MTC; Rip Gish, Quantico; Paul Unruh, Camp The leading Fasronites disposedof game.

Breckinridge and' EdxRoman, Fort Eustis, cannot be. overlooked VP-741, a serious contender, 65- Bailey, Kidd Sparkle Composite Squadron C2 and

40 while previously undefeated VP-741 fell victim to VF-22, Carrier Air Group 17 drew first
hut not rate top 10 from the material that'sperformed
why a
VF-22 was dumped once last 64.55, despite Jim Rogers' 19 round byes but squared off Wednesday -
? That's how it
local came
in the gymnasium
Mutt Pasco led the assault
week. for a berth in the finals.
Dasher had 24 for the
sent ballot in with McCaffrey's.Mere's points.
out when we our
on the Patrol Squadron, meshing Winner of the first day games
the way they stacked up. First team: Tom Bren- 17 points. Bill Bailey aided the winners as the individual leader. met last night for the remaining

nan, Camp Gordon; John Gillespie, Parris Island; Clarence winner's cause with 15. Dan Fasron Six needed only Bradley position. -

Yackey, Parris Island; Ken McBride, Camp Gordonvand Bob Clancy's 10 was high for VP-741, Kidd and Bill Bailey to best VF. VC-62 and Fasron Six have

Grabaz, Jax Navy. Fasron 103 was expected to proved themselves against formidable -
172, 9439. The dead-eyed duo
The second five would line up like this: Pete Fannon, cause Supply tome difficulty in the quintets in this area
Pensacola; Bill Leskovar, Turner AFB ; Tom Spencer, Camp chase for National loop laurels, combined for 43 points. Jim Tobin while Photographic Squadron

Gordon; Walter Baird, Pains Island, and Jack Lutz, Moody but the Supplyers subdued Fasron, had a dozen for the Fighter gained considerable prestige earlier

AFB."I'd 54-38 in a hard-fought fracas. squadron.A this ;year by narrow losses to(
like to coach these ten men against any in the country Jumping to an early margin of new team high for the season : Stetson and Rollins) college.

," McCaffrey quickly added. "There's a lot of talent in 15-5, the winners were never was established Friday night when
and I wouldn't be afraid to play them place."
that group any threatened. VF-173 disposed of VA-45, 11265.
There are some who would rate Pi's Baird over his Supply Dump I'usron J09 Dave Sugg had 36 points in the TWO-BIT CLUB

teammate Gillespie. But in this park, mlle pie was a John Westlimd canned 16 for one-sided affairs while Rolf Hart- Dave Sugg, VF-175, and Don

flat sensation. The former LaSalle eager teamed with Supply and Larry Stackhouse add mann added 19. Bob Smith neared McLeaf, Operations, canned 36
"Bull" Yackey, Bowling Green: to administer a 78-!>J ed 13. Dennis Mannix and Bruce the quarter-century mark with 24 points each to make their initial

setback to the Fliers, one of the worst defeats of the Behr, with 10 and 9 points respectively I points for VA45. entry in the Two-Bit Club

beoson. paced the Fasion scor VJ-2 rounded out the week's Malnslde's coveted intramuralcage
Brennan of Villanova, and McBride, property of Syracuse play with a 69-62 derision over an scoring lodge.In .

of the National Professional loop, led Camp Gordon's juggernaut era.VA45 opened the week's play Improved Disbursing five. The counting his 36 points,

in its 89-61 conquest here. With Spencer wheeling'em with an 89.71 decision over Oper game was staged at NATTCenterdue Sugg spearheaded a drive to

in front the pivot slot, the trio was as good as any we've.witnessed I ations. Bob Smith meshed 31 for to the Waves' game with Pen- establish a new team high for

all season. the attackers in a free-scoring affair sacola the '53 season as Vpe!-'172 shellacked -

It would be hard to eliminate Grabaz, formerly of Syracuse but Operations' Don McLeafwas Standings: I VA-45, 112-15. Sugg!

University, from any top ten in service play this year. the individual leader with 36. AMK.IUCAX: : U'Cj: i was the individual point leader
is enjoying one of his best seasons\ and appears River
The "Shotgun" VA-173 Rallies Tram W. 1.. for the Patuxent varsityin
his mates to less than 22.7 record. "" ...
to be sparking no a Coming from behind in the final ftssff1: .. ...:::::.::::.:::.:.. 5 ? 1950- 1.
VK-171 ..... .:....:.3 2
chapter, upset VF-173, VI>.'7.H ..... ..., .2 2
For good, fast sports entertainment you can't beat 5{, Son Smith with nine pointsin VF-44- ... ....a 2NARTU Gene McKenzie NARTU; 48, 36,
the Golden Gloves. There will be from 30: to 40 bouts the fourth quarter, tallied 14 FAW-11 ....,.......:.2 2 2 2 25 points.
Bob Smith V A-4S: 40, 31, X
Monday with at least 21 on both cards 1101 pit II I .. 2 3
opening night, for the Attackers to tie Bud El- point
00 ....... .. ........ 2 3VF174
Dave SUM. VF-17S: M
Tuesday and Wednesday.At Rod for high point honors. Gus .,<.. ..!........ 1 4 Don McLeaf, Operations;nt.l,36points
.;. .. .. .
$.50 an evening it's near robbery. If you haven't already Mihalczo meshed 16 for the losers. Mac Jones VJ-2: 30 polnti
picked up your tickets do so immediately because the VF-44 put the damper on Hos LKAGVK Jack Stringer. VF-22: : 2* polnti.
TraM W. I. Tom Northrop, o&G: 28! point
downtown matchmakers expect a capacity crowd on all three pital's high scoring aggregationin Supply. .. ...... .. .... .. ... 4 oFwron Bill Bailey Fasron SU: :2T 4
the second half to 55-50 109 4 1 points
post a VA-3: : 2 Dave On+s1. polnU y
nights.Fight '
Notes: Frank Carpenter and Marty Denkin were verdict, with Harold Nicholsonand VJ-3 3 2 Leroy dr.A:1ar: Lt.j 29
Operation ...... 3 2 point
both in the hospital until mid-January. They've come a long Lucky Lutrell counting a V A-I'75 .." j 2 Neal Baughman, VF. IT11 25
VF-173 ................ .
in conditioning for the Gloves but both are ready and 2 :3 points
way dozen each. Joe Price paced the Special Services ........1 :3 I 'Bob Strauibaugh, VT-1TJ: XpolnU.
could go all the way Flyweight Steve Cronin may not Corpsmen with 15. Disbursing .. l 4 .
.. .. 5
X.l. o
cop any titles, but he's got a heart as big as a watermelonand A 65-55 defeat administered by I .
-- --- -- ----- ---
doesn't mind mixing it up despite a lack of experience VF-171 was VF-22's first setbackof

One of the more seasoned performers on the local squadis the season, knocking the losers
lightweight Dave Sotelo. He lost a two point decision to from a first place deadlock in the

Nate Brooks, 1952 Olympic flyweight champion, when both American circuit. Don Wilson and .
were bantams in the 1951 AAU Tournament. Tom McAuliffe combined for 37

Credit should be acknowledged Roy Wilson, Paul Pender points to ignite the winners' attack t
and Marion Griozdale for their work in assisting Coaches Jack Stringer and George

Tony Farias and Steve Mayer with the local squad.,Groizdaleis Dasher were the whole show for

the 194G Michigan heavyweight Golden Gloves champ VF-22, counting 24 and 21 points,

Ralph Clark, featherweight, is one of the few native Florid-, respectively.
ians on the team. He's from Pahokee. Carpenter and Lou X-l Winless

Caro are from Tampa All entrants will weigh-in Mondayat Still without a win X-l bowed
the Arena between 1300 and 1COO.FOLLOWIN twice last week. VJ-2 turned the 41a

THR FLIERS: Over 1,000 tickets were trick 75-33, and VA-175 was a

sold for last Saturday's March of Dimes benefit game be- 68.53 victor Dave Opsal meshed 'S

tween the Fliers and Gibbs Corp. A creditable showing for a 27 points to lead the latter win, :

.. worthy cause. Those in attendance were treated to a formless while Mac Jones counted 15/ for _
exhibition of the two-handed shot by Don Forman, ex VJ-2.
NYU All-American who was added to the Gibbs roster for Disbursing escaped the cellar of

the evening The little guy dumped in 18 points without an the National loop by downing

ounce of form, which only proves; it's not how you shot it, short-handed Special Services, 70- !
but how often it goes in., Genial John Lucas, the versatile', 55, in a slugfest Nine field goals
marksman with the Jax Navy Pistol team, won the Master and a charity pitch netted Don
aggregate last Saturday at the Pensacola Rifle and Pistol Libby 19 points to head the Disbursing -

Club matches, besting over 40 shooters A handsome ex- quintet. Leroy Wrede had
hibition series for station golf enthusiasts is on tap the first 17 for Special Services, although

of which is Paul Hahn trick shot artist, here next Thursday. being sidelined late in the third

A number of other links celebrities will grace the NAS heat.
course through the next two months which should net the In a tussle for second place in _____nnn__ ________,

membership drive a large turnout Buddy Lane, with the National league, Fasron 109 I'LL TAKE THAT Coming from beneath the bucket to snare
NATTCenter Ships Company out of Bainbridge, should bested Operations 65-41, without a loose rebound from VF-741's Pete Lee is Jim Murray Fasron
just Intramural(
silt: The two quintets battled for leadership in the
much Bill Madden's 20
bolster the varsity cage team s chances in the forthcoming difficulty. cage league at Malnslde last week, with the Fasronites winning,
.. Sixth Naval District tourney. lie appears to have the know. points was high for Fasron. Me 65.... At the left Is Dan Clancy of VP-741, while, teammates Larry
blow required (o fit in the locals fast-break style. Leaf pitched in 16 for the losers. Rossow and Carol Heath are shown at the right.tJe .


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12 February 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven ..


I Jayvees Bounce

Gibbs, 74-73, <

i )?+ Y In Town Circuit <


Player-coach Jim Roberts drop-

ped two free pitches in the last

$ i- 10 seconds of play to give the

Jax Navy Junior Varsity an uphill *

r-r 74.73 win over Gibbs Corp.,

in a Men's City League basket-
: ball game at Jackson High School
ijI Monday night.

r The Jayvees led 34.28 throughthe
aC first half, but dropped behind

53-48 into the fourth heat as Bill

Barker spearheaded a relentless

drive by Gibbs with intent to derail -

t A; p'wS4 the smooth working locals.

WILL BRING BACK THE BACON?-The formidable array Roberts was cool as ice at the

of fistic talent shown here will assist Jax Navy in defending Hs one point line. With his quintet
team titles in the Tenth annual Jacksonville Golden Gloves which ;
r.0 v. Monday night. Bottom left is heavyweight contender Roy t r>4k, trailing 73-72, the blondehairedcage
opens ----
Jefferson. At the top are (left to right) Marty Denkin, lightweight; director moved toward the
Don Sotelo. lightweight; George Jarosch, lightheavy and feather- bucket for a shot and was fouledin

; 4 weight, Ralph Clark. Tickets,are on sale at Special Services- Building .., the attempt. He promptly responded -

930.Fliers. ;, with the tying and win-

ning pitches and Gibbs was unable -

Favored To RepeatAs to counter.

Robert Stelma was the point

maker for the Junior Varsity,

Baseballers To Open pumping 10 fielders on a terrific
GG Team
ChampionsOver Conditioning Feb. 23 one-handed jump and adding

three free throws for 23 points.

15 teams, representing service i installations, Tryouts for the Jax Navy Chuck Bollegar chimed in with

schools, athletic clubs and local merchant associations, will baseball team will get under- 15 and Charlie Yen 12.
2000 in the Arena at way Monday, Feb. 23 on Mason
start swinging Monday evening A loss for the Jayvees would)
a for titles in three divisions of the Field at 1600. Coach Frank
Main and Beaver Streets have thrown them out of con-
10th annual Jacksonville Golden Gloves Tournament. McCaffrey stressed that varsity tention in the second round of i

Jax: Navy is a favorite to repeat berths are open to all and City League play but with the
s a. Rf and Novice "A" right hand style, Jimmy John i is that he was interested in having ,
as Open a serious challenger for the Open a large turnout for the initial blue chips down they came
champions in the thiee-day fistic heavyweight crown. lIe's a quick sessions. through to knot the circuit with

circus "Which extends through thinker for a heavy and could easily three teams showing a single loss.

Wednesday. Wilder Athletic Club confuse his foes out of*a de
of Jacksonville will defend its

Novice "B" crown the division cision. Five Notches
Jax Navy's single entry in the Varsity
limited to fighters only.
Novice "B" lightweight class i It

Jacksonville Under the Recreation sponsorship Department of the. Bernard colored lad a good The mixer diminutive and 15th Win Defeats GibbsBasketball

the tourney is expected to throws his punches in flurries tc ;
draw a record field of entries. Entered dis
counter-balance weight
are: Tyndall AFB, St. Pete any is still a young man's game. Jax Navy

Recreation Department, Camden advantage.A proved that Saturday night in the Duval County Armory
I County High School of Woodbine, severe jolt to the Flit" when they out-conditioned Gibbs Corp., 72-GO, in a benefit

-The-best definition of Gil Me Ga, Green Cove Springs Navy, team hope" In the Open division I game for the 1953! March of Dimes campaign.
felt when Weatherly "Wil
bizarre batting stance* Merchants Association was in the Mainside
Dougald's Lackawanna Tonight gym
who spends his off court
lie" Fisher wan forced to the eager
was shouted by a fan watching: the< of Jax, Brentwood Merchants the Fliers host the 508th Airborne
hours with NATTCenter Dental,
sidelines' early this month with
Yankees during an exhibition at Association of Jax, Pinecastle Regimental Combat Team of Fort
flu. The daMy middleweightUS4 controlled both back boards and
Phoenix, Ariz., in the tip ring ot; AFB of Orlando, Shaw AFB of Benning at 2015. Preliminarygame the.fireman for the local'sfast
favored to take the Open was
1951. "Now I've seen everything:,,' Sumter, S. C., Wilder I Athletic will be the finals of the break.
title In his respective bracket
. he whooped, "tor there is a guj; Club, Griffin, Ga. Recreation De- Fleet Air Jax basketball tourna
Expected to spice action in the The losers missed only one of
batting; below sea level. partment and Jax Navy. ment.
class of the Open division eleven free throw attempts in the
On the road tomorrow Jax
Champions In the Open Dh Ilion I- eve,
first half and terminated the evening -
is Dave Sotelo a St. Paul, Navy will match strategy with
will" \ represent Jacksonville with 15: of 22. Jax Navy
Locals Have DepthIn Minn., scrapper who has had ex- Green Cove Springs Navy Par-
in the Eastern Golden GlO.tltourDam counted 12 of 23 from the one
Novice 'A' ClassA / ris Island will afford the localsa
Dt, March 2-3-4-5, In point line
TICKET INFORMATIONTickets chance to reverse an early season -
breakdown of entries in New York City. Beakbulteninthe loss when the Fliers invade R. C. Motors led (.3 at 7:34: of
novice divisions will be getting for the Golden Gloves
the Golden Gloves
: the first quarter before Zoda connected
the Islander's stronghold Tuesday,
tournament reveals Jax: Navy'sdepth : needed experience for subsequent : are on sale at the Special I on a pair of free throws to
Feb. 17.
\ Services office, Building 930, or
in the Novice "A" Di- years.; set off the Fliers' 87-57:) victory
vision, open to white boxers: The local squad is a Joint effort at the downtown Arena. Over Span Early Deficit Grabaz paced the locals with 17
300 ringside seats are availableat Prior to defeating Gibbs, Jax
without previous experience. of NAS and NATTCenter, points and Zoda pitched in 16.
Open (both colored and working under the capable guid- $2 each per night and in ad- Navy unleashed a balanced attack Trailing 21-14 at the end of one
to subdue R. C. Motors of
white): flyweight, none; ban- ance of Tony Fuias and Steve dition, 1,200 general admission canto, R. C. Motors lagged behind
seats at $,50 night for the City League, 87-57 last Thurs
tam featherweight Richard V.Donahue per
weight, none; Mayer Lcdr. 44-34 at the half and 65-47 after

none; lightweight, Ron- NAS Special Services officer, has I service personnel. day.Gibbs three quarters Clemer Corn and
nie Burnworth and Don Sotelo; been the liaison for the Fliers with, enjoyed a first quarter ad- Red Sweat collected 14 and 15

welterweight, Jerry Deley; mid- the downtown fight personnel. I perience in Chicago's Tournamentof I vantage of 16.13, but the Fliers points, respectively for R. C.
Champions. Dave copped the knotted matter- *at 20-20 with 6:45: :
dleweight, Bill Flynn and Paul A colorful array of local talent I Jax Navy has not lost since
in the in the second heat before
Gloves title remaining -
Miller ; light heavyweight, will defend the titles won last year upper I II I Jan. 27, the eve of its 89-CO setback -
classes in ahead 36.30 at the mid-
and feather going
George Jarosch, and heavyweight by Jax Navy. At presen'tthe en- bantam by Camp Gordon's varsity.A .
George Brazis and try list from this station exceeds 1951: and ':52, respectively way juncture I Charleston
win Navy
is another Al Bullard ignited the drive to
George Jarosch upper I
Jimmy John. 25, but some changes are expected I this Tuesday would give the Fliers -
Novice "A" (white only): fly. prior to the noon deadline Saturday Midwest champ. The well propor- overtake Gibbs, flipping through I a five-game skien into tonight's -
annexed light- 11 points in a torrid second
tioned youngster pe- I
flyweight, Steve Cronin; ban- ,
meeting. However, no
heavy honors in 1952 and will vie riod. Dullard was one short of
tamweight, none ; feather Jefferson ii l the Fliers' I
Roy available at time.
score: was press
in the Open division here. Bob Bob Grabaz's 19 points for the
weight, Ralph Clark, Frank
ace In the hole In the Novice and Lou Caro will both evening.
Carpenter and John Voltz; "A" DhUIon. Roy la I a heavyweight Kellogg "A" Tennis Squad States
battle In the Novice light- Forman Can 18
lightweight, Marty Denkin, who has shown considerable -
Don Sullivan and Mike Oliverez since Joining the heavyweight competition.With Former NYU All-American Don Tri-Weekly

; welterweight, Ed Tanaka, varsity promise ranks this season. "He's three years of Gloves Miller ex- Forman was the big gun for the Practicing three times l a
Dick PaIl, Larry Ulmerenstine, perience under his belt, Paul losers as he canned 18 points on
week and
a hard puncher, Coach Farias Monday, Tuesday
Ben Treider and Elysius Sierra will go for his fourth consecu- six fielders and a like number of
added, "and I think he'll go all championship. Thursday at 1600, Jax Navy'svarsity
John Sev- tive welterweight tree tosses Hans Taenzler, ex-
; middleweight, "
the way In the novice class and tennis squad is movinginto
Callahan Pat' Greenville, S. C., Charlotte University of Florida ace, carriedan
erns, Clyde ,
Benny Trelder will trade leather high gear for the coming
the sites of previous -
Rosebaum and Bob Watson Gastonia were awesome scoring into
; li with the welters in Novice "A" average net wars. Personnel interested -
light heavweight, Bob Kellogg bouts The youthful Milwaukee title melees. the fray, but was limited to 17 by in competing with the Fliers

and Lou Caro, heavy- fighter is one of five entries in the Vince Zoda. should report to Leon Wilsonat

weight, Roy Jefferson. division. Jerry Deley is the sole Zoda came to life in the second the courte, corner of York-
Novice "B" (colored only): half to score 16 points, after beIng -
welter contender in the Open More Page 8 town and Muslin at the traffic
lightweight, Bernard Harper bracket held to three through the Initial light.
and Marshall. The CCNY
Auggie stanza. rangy
Utilizing: an unorthodox left and



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Page Eight ., JAX AIR NEWS 12 February 1953

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s. .. ..'; Atlantic Fleet
mmmm: ;

I' ? Y (Items offering for sale articles 1953 Sports.

) of property such a* washing ) ,

Machines, automobiles, furniture, I Card ListedNorfolk

radios, clothing and the like are

prohibited by Defense Department (AFPS)-The 1953 Atlantic .

emulations.. This I column will, Fleet sports program has

however, list such services as been announced and will get underway .
available housing, rides wanted about the middle of Feb-

and lost and found articles or other ,f v t 5{ ruary.
similar notices.) The Atlantic Fleet bowling playoffs *

FOR ,RENT will be held Feb. 16-20, in

Furn. rot Ph, 7.4788 or 78223. I Norfolk, Va., and the program

Pvt. I m. Ph. 2-3587, Murray Hill will continue through November,
Sect. Mrs. Fred Clicker. a ending with touch football.

Furn. 3 im. garage apt., $85 mo. Four of the tourney have

S. R. Houston Ph. 82770. ben scheduled for cities other

Furn. 2 bdrm bungalow. 1939 Al- than Norfolk. They are: bas'
landale Circle. R. E. Maxam, Ph. r ketball at Camp Ijrun, N. C..t{

887887. CREDIT UNION BOARD-Members of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union named nine Boardof Mar 4-11 ; tennis, Newport, R. I.,
Furn. 3 im. cottage. $33 mo, Director members at their recent annual meeting. Elected to guide the group's affairs for the June %%.%6; Softball, New I/on
Schulz, Ph. 2-5410. next year are (left to right), Hugh Bruce, 0 & R; Cecil Acree, Industrial Relations, vice-president; don, Conn., Au,. 17-22; and golfat
Field rlerk Piper, Supply, assistant treasurer Joseph O'Connell,
Furn. 4 rm. cottage. $35 mo. Inquire Samuel Hendrlcks Cecil ; Rubye ; an unannounced date and
O & R, president; John Weaver, 0.& R, treasurer; Sam VVhltllnt ton. Public Works; Bronce Waller,
5231 Timuquana Rd., Mrs. ADC, Fasron Six and Paul Longstreet, Public Works. Waller is the first military man to be chosento place
Reimer. serve on the board.V2Gallon Other tournament to be held in
Furn. 6 rm. apt Mrs. W. Cowatt, -- ----- the Norfolk area this year are:

2636 Myra St., Ph. 78516. boxing: at the Naval Base, April
41 Answer For Traffic.
Furn. apt. $65 mo., 2215 River Club 7.11; and volleyball, May 18-22;

Blvd., Riverside, Mrs. Johnson. swimming: at the Naval Air Station -
Furn. apt. Ph. 27216. Mrs. La- Keeps Growing; July 15.16; baseball at Little

Gran Furn. 2 bdrm. apt. 3804 Boone football at the Naval Base, Nov.

Park Ph. 2-1208() Mrs. J. O. Eight I new members were 12-18.
violators were sum ,
Richardson. added to the Jax Half-Gallon proper parking; car restricted for
moned to appear before traffic C. D. Turner, AD3, Improper
Finn., gar. apt. Apply 1625 Me- Club last week. 1 week; (suspended for 6
court last week. parking; car restricted for 1 week
Duff Ave. Ph. 20850. members in the Half months),
New Of the forty-one, 14 received:! I (suspended for 6 months).
Fprn. 2 rm. apt., $12.50. Ph. Gallon Club include: 1 'S *
restriction from the base; seven, i Lt. H. M. Hudspeth, Improper
6-7876 Mrs. J. L. Flynn. John E. Richards, AN, VC- were awarded warnings, and the J. G. Toth, ADS Improper parking; Warning.
Unfurn. 2 bdtnv Ph. 981647.
r apt.
r Mr.; J.:. O. Reeds. 62. remaining 20 became probationers parking; car .restricted for 1 Lt. J. F, McDannials, Improper
James C. Pullen, AE3, VC- with suspended sentences week.W. parking; Warning.Lt. .
Share residence Mr. Mehlman,
( t Ph. 25965.Unfurn 62. ranging from three to six months. A. Burke, AD3, Improper J. L. Sullivan, Improper

2 bdrm. duplex. $65 mo.' Jay L. A. Hiers, AD2, Opera- Below listed are the personnel parking; car restricted. for 1 parking; Warning.Pfc. .
tlons. hailed into the station Police week.D. .
Ph. 21617. Mrs. Gore. J. Kinser, Failed to report
Unfurn. 6 rm. apt. Ph. 6-7876. Leonard P. Kellogg, DN, Den. Building on Jan. 30 and Feb. 6: I E. Donaldson. AN, Improper* to traffic court; car restrict

Mrs J. L. Flynn. tal. I K. R. Hill, AA, Failed to stop parking; car restricted' for 1 ed for 1 week (suspended 3
Betty D. Fortner 0&R. for stop sign' and speeding; car week. months).
'Unfurn. 4 rm. apt. Mr. Nash, Ph.
John Cahill, ADAN, Fasron restricted for 2 weeks (suspended M. B. Robinson AKAA, Improper S .
29137. 4591 St. John.
Unfurn. 4 rm. apt, 2325 Silver St. Six. for 6 months). parking; car restricted for D. D. McBee, AA, Failed to report .
Mrs. Lewis Max K. Johnson, AN, VP5. Pfc. RC, Parkings. Failed to 1 week.. to traffic court; car restrict.

Unfurn. 6 rm. apt., 1312 McDuff. Thomas P. Hawkins, SN, stop forstop'sign' and' speeding.No W A. Brundago, AD2, Improper ed for 1 week (suspended for I

Ph. 2-4403. Mrs. W R. Hollo- VP-5. driver's license; car restricted parking; car restricted for 1 months).
way. for 2 weeks (suspended for 6 week. R. P. Domicco, SN, Improper

f Furn. 2 bdrm. house. 5259 Free- 'Break The Bank' Pol months), R. E. Pyne, AD3, Improper parking; Warning.Z. .
B. 1... Brent AMI Reckless L. Lamar AD3
mont St. Inquire at address. parking; car restricted for 1 Improper
Share home with couple. Ph. 2- Fattens; Worth $22Noel driving and failure to stop for week.L. parking; car restricted for 1 week

7687. 2804 Wa lt'r. 1-h's. S. A. Dumond, VP-5, rolled a stop sign; car restricted for 1 E. Merchant, AD2, Improper (suspended for 3 months),
Pinholster. week.R. parking; car restricted! for 1 week R. H. Francis, AN, Improper
213 last week to move into first
FOR S.\I.F. H. White, AA, Reckless driving (suspended for 6 months), parking; car restricted for 1 week
place in the current "Break the
3 bdrm. house. Cedar Shore. 5501 Bank" competition on the Main- and speeding. Faulty equip E. R. Smith, ATI, Improper (suspended for 3 months).

Shorewood. Rd. Mrs.. Raymond. side bowling alleys. The pot con ment; car restricted for 1 week. parking; car restricted for 1 week Pfc. K. G. Thirp, Improper
House trailer. 1952 Nashua Ph. Pfc. J. C, Simms Failed to stop (suspended for 6 months), parking; car restricted for 1 week
tains $22 and is expected to in-
91959. H. B. Merner,'Jr., 1636 crease before closing time Sunday for stop sign and speeding; car F. Gill, ADI, Improper park. (suspended for 6 months).
Flagler. restricted for 1 week ing; car restricted for 1 week J. W. Rawley, WM3, Improper
Feb 15.
S bedroom house dble. gar., 4542 In a two-way tie for second L. A. Brasovan, AMAN, Im (suspended for 6 months). parking; car restricted for 1 week
(suspended for 3 months').
Blount. Ph. 8-3081.
place are Don LaMay and Stan
MlS'l'l.LtNEOITS I S J. Trusik, AN, Improper
Kresowiak, both of Fasron Six,
Baby sitter. Ph. 7.8223 or 74788. with 210's.. Mat Tursellino\ of Special parking; Warning.
Mrs Dodd. Services W. H Severange, AN, Improp.
owns, a respectable
er parking (second offense); car
Baby sitter. Mrs. W. H. Gilbert, J9!). S
3203A, Dewey Park I restricted for 1 week.
Baby sitter, Ph. 84956. 1775 Ham J" R. Crowell, AE3, Improper
AE AGO UnbeatenIn
mono Mrs. Addie. I parking; car restricted for 1 week

Desire ride from Riverside to NAS. Center (suspended for 3 months).
Cage PlayAGO
)[1'. Huilbert 975 Willowbranch.. D. N. Eldredge, ADAM, Tm-
School and AE School
Ext. 8466. I proper parking; Warning.
Driving to Atlanta Feb. 21 or 22. preserved unbeaten records in E. E. Horning, AEC, Improper
the NATTCenter intramural basketball .
Dr. Rundles, Naval Hoap. Ext. k *' parking; Warning
.. 60.Itlel"I's. circuit last week to carvea # e { .

'wanted 5th and Nelson. deeper notch in the fight for I s r C. L. Springsilg, AO2, Improp.

Working his. 7:30: to 4:00: P.M. first place of the second round. er parking; car restricted for 1
Ph. 83139.Golfers. The Student Electricians turned week (suspended for 6 months).

back AO Ships Company, 53- Cpl. J. D. Kidd Improper park

I 40, while- Supply, resting in second ing; car restricted for 1 week

Vie With place by a few percentage (suspended for 6 months).

points romped past the Marines ; : + 14r B. J Choat, AMAN, Improper
Patrick Saturday 5737. AGO School was idle. :'I parking; car restricted for 1 week

Jax links 're.," W r.AE x (suspended for 6 months).
Navy's varsity team : kho,1 3 0 .i '
will open its 1953 season Saturday Supply AGO SthO)1 3 2 I 1 0 s' N r : d a H A. Turk AD2, Improper
morning in Cocoa, Fla., with AO Stulenu, 2 2 1Pel'II'lnn..1 1 a parking; car restricted for 1 week.
Patrick Air Force Base. Initial Marines! 1 2 9 ts J. Yarber, ADC, Speeding; car
AO Ships Co. 1 2 restricted for 1 week (suspendedfor
home match is slated for Feb. 17 rte4Icel 1 2
with the Miami Marines. AIC hlnl.U 0 0 4 2 +a ices 4'x 3 months).

Leading the local swingers for I sq.--- N. G. Sprague, SN, Speeding;
the second season will be Erwin To the Editor of a Lovelorn car restricted for 1 week.

Scott. Playing in the runnerup Column came this note: "Six W C. Jackson, Speeding; car
position and captaining the teamis months after I became engaged toa ; restricted for 1 week (suspended

Bob Wallace while Herb Her- young man, I found he had a for 6 months).

les, Ken Sutton, Ed Barnes, Pep wooden, leg. Should I break it f G. G. Barber, Speeding; car restricted .

Younce Bob Foxx and Pete Gardner off"S AERS for 2 weeks.
follow in that order Lt. S. A. Darnell, Improper display .
-- ...---- Florida, is short one editor because PIIOTOG'S QUEEN-Jeanne Laverne Carmen (center),. 21, of station sticker; Warning
A hockey goalie' protective h. got his necktie caught in poses prettily with her ladies-in-waiting- she was chosen P. A. Ranson AN Faulty
I IJOII. I to reign at the annual ball of the Press Photographer's Association
equipment weighs more, than 50 a newspaper press. Never underestimate .f New York. Left is Ann Schaefer, 31; right is Lisa Loughlin equipment; car restricted until
1 I the power of the press. St. properly repaired.