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VOL-9 No ,50 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 27 March 1952

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Bans HitchhikingFor Provided ToMystery



PersonnelWord SABWODI


has been received

from Headquarters, Sixth Naval The mystery has been solved. "SAIUVODI", the letters

District, that effective or word, which caused considerable discussion around the

immediately the practice of station for the past two weeks has finally been defined.

hitchhiking will be prohibited SABWODI is a promotional ef- I -in humor.--
fort connection with the
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boundaries of the
within the
N 's Beneficial
a v y' Suggestion
SAVINGS BOND thinkers
district. and stands for pre-
Program : "Sug
sented such meanings "Savea
The order applies to all 1 aval gest A Better Way Of Doing It". Bond Without Delay,as Investi-! t

and Marine Corps personnel. It .. "" __.,. ._ -.."3.......- vate"; "Save a Bond-Ward Off
I.SABWODI THERE WERE no less than 17 Dollar]) Inflation"; "Save a Bond
has been issued to decrease the WINNERS DECIDED-Winners of the SABWODI
persons who provided the correct Weekly or Destroy Indepen-
number of traffic accidents, injuries contest were drawn Monday by Comdr. James II, Armstrong;, NAS meaning of SABWODI. How dence' or "Savings and Bonds
and fatalities among military :,I I executive officer, from among the seventeen entries correctly ever, since only six prizes were Will Outdo Inflation".
personnel. Any violation of I identifying; the meaning of SABWOUI. Jacqueline Jones, secre- being given away, all 17 names
Entries safe-
the of
tary to the executive otficer holds the hat containing: the correct were placed in a hat and Comdr. along vein
? the order will meet with appro- entries for Commander Armstrong:, while Michael Cascone, of James H. Armstrong, executive ty included such slogans as
priate disciplinary action. Industrial Relations, records the winners. First prize of $10 wentto officer of the station, drew the "Stop Accidents by Walking or
Godwin of Overhaul and Repair Driving Intelligently"; "Study
Ralph department winners brief
six during a cere- Bomb
.
Atom Warnings on Dis-
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Hitchhiking is considered by 1 I' mony in his office Monday.
play Immediately", and "SafeL'and
Navy authorities as "not in For Continuous Service Ralph Godwin of Overhaul Better Ways of Doing It."
keeping with the dignity, high and Repair department was the
' standards of conduct and self-re- I!' Then there were persons'who
winner of the first prize of $10
1' liance to be expected of men in : Of Service Awards cash. Second prize of $) went to thought that SABWODI pertained
to the Red Cross drive or the
the service. It also regarded Length
as highly dangerous is to both the ,, Maurice Taylor, also of O & R. I Armed Forces Blood Program.
Other four winners, who
hitchhiker and the driver of the re- I (I'lease Turn to Page 8, Col. 1)
ceived a free meal chit each to
.
motor vehicle. the Civilian Cafetaria, w ere
j
"Effectivt'i i Go To 1,350 Employees ,1 Lloyd Kussmaul, Edward Parker -
The order reads: and Larhe Anderson all of : VF-172 Bad ,
immediately. the practice of en- i IO & R and Arthur Letendre
deavoring by words gestures or : Length of Service Awards were made to 1.3)0) Naval: I Ii DKSN of Supply and Fiscal, de-

otherwise, to beg, invite or se- i Air Station employees in brief presentation ceremonies held partment.

cure transportation in any motor i in the various departments during the past week. I .' '
vehicle in From Korea
not engaged passen- ---- ENTRIES: were received from
ger carrying for hire, or other- I These awards as of the are 15th issued of semiannually January T ten-year awards being presented. I all commands here. A tabulationof

wise acting as a commercial passenger I and July for five ten, 1 t A TOTAL of 220 Public Works entries revealed that a majority -
J carrier, by officers and 'or employees I received ten-year I of the hundreds submitted be-
I twenty, and thirty years of service -
enlisted men or women of the 1 lieved it in connection with Combat
awards as compared to 109 receiving was Area
according to the Industrial
Naval Service at any point with- i Relations officer. I I five-year awards. Seven the Savings Bond program.
in the boundaries of the Sixth
Announcement of the
received' awards winners
twenty year
The five and awardsare
ten-year
Naval District, is forbidden, ex- i and one a thirty-year award. brought an end to the mystery The
made in recognition of con- I Navy's giant transport
cept as may be otherwise provided ''One five-year awaidvas made of the meaning of SABWODI after -
tinuous civilian service at NAS plane the Constitution landed
herein.
weeks of bafflement. But it
in the Communications depart \
Jacksonville and consists of
a
I that the idea and at the Naval Air Station at
The exception refers to ar- Certificate of Recognition and a ment. I is pointed out
rangements for car pools, 01 rides lapel emblem in the form of a I Supply and Fiscal department meaning of SABWODI will be a 033G; Wednesday, carrying) officers

l offered voluntarily by individuals pair of wings with the period of employees received a total of 22I continuing thing here and men of Fighter
I A of indicate the
or properly accredited orga I service inscribed 01a back- awards. A breakdown shows study entries Squadron 17:', which has been
nizations. Neither is it prohibited I ground of Navy blue. there were 129 five-year, 91 ten- I trend of'thought among person-
to request aid In case of emer year, five twenty-year: and onethirtyyear nel, with many tying in the operating in the Korea area
gency. slogan with various programs, for eight months.
awards. Two five-
THE TWENTY and thirty- /
including blood, savings bonds,
I100cro year awards are made in recognition year and one ten-year awards and services to country. Many Rear Adm. Osbome B, Hardi-
were made in the Medical department Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville
of all honorable active I son, -
were "cute", but were offered
Sought; military and civilian service per- and Comdr. George Car-
formed in any branch of the :Federal ter, commanding officer of Air
Government. This award ONLY ONE: ten-year award ; Weather Outlook I Group 17, along with their staff
By Red Cross consists of a lapel emblem in the I was made in the :Security; department [ members, were( on hand to greet
form of an anchor with the period I' as compared to 35 fiveyearand Friday-Increasing high and the returning squadron.
of service engraved on the three twenty-year awards. .[low clouds. Rain. showers. Little The squadron which was the
During DrivePointing shank of the anchor. I In Industrial Relations: there change in temperature. Gentle first to fly the Banshee F2J[
In the Overhaul and Repair 'were 11 receiving the ten-year I to moderate southerly surface twin-jet fighter plane in combat

out the need department there were 454 employees : award and five for the five-year winds shifting to northerly. arrived in San Diego California
for Red Cross aid increased following the receiving five-year !, award. Eleven employees in the I Saturday-Mostly clear. Slightly on Monday aboard the aircraft
awards, 227 ten-year awards 24 Operations department received cooler. Gentle to moderate carrier USS Essex.
severe tornado and flood disas-
ter in the South, reminder twenty-year awards and four I awards: four five-year and three northery surface winds. Upon return to Jacksonville
a was
issued by Field Director Allen thirty-year awards. Ten em- I ten-year awards. | Sunday -- Partly cloudy and VF-172 will rejoin Carrier Air
Scarbrough that the annual memo ployees of the Administration I In the Special Services depart- warmer. Surface winds easterly Group 17 with which it operated
bership campaign will not be department received awards with ment there were two five.vearI veering to southeasterly light for two years before it's tour of
closed until 1630 Monday I three five-year awards and seven I awards and one ten-year award.: to gentle dutv in Korea. Other sqaudron

With more than 200 persons I' of Carrier Air Group 17 returned!
recently from a tour of duty m
killed, and thousands injured;
Mediterranean
the
area
property damage estimated at .
$75 million: and additional dam- :
age caused by swollen streams ni Led by Comdr. Marvin Barnettthe
and rivers, Red Cross chapters squadron departed here last
everywhere have been called on July 13 and landed in San Diego
,' to contribute equitable quotas to the same day. tOn

the relief fund of 1000.000 ap- August 13, 1951, the Ban-
propriated by the National or shees of VF-172 were launched
ganization. from the deck of the USS Essex

Funds raised on the station and on it's initial combat flight
in the different commands go to i against the enemy in Korea.
r the Duval County Chapter in .* During six months operation
Jacksonville for further disburse. I from the Essex VF-172 pilot
ment. The chapter has been called & flew more than 1,450:> combat
on for a disaster quota of $9, strikes over Korea. Its mission
750 in addition to its expected included bomber escort photo

commitments, Scarbrough said. reconnaissance, combat air pa.
"The disaster struck just at a trols, and interdiction flight
time when the current campaignis which were pointed at destrovinJ
lagging", he added. "Had not communications and supply
some far-sighted people joinedthe routes.
Red Cross promptly, the peo- *

vIe of Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi The following "box score" wjn
and Missouri would seriously J ) compiled a few weeks before (ha

lack necessary doctors and a Essex left-the combat-- area: Destroyed -
nurses, blood and blood plasma, 20-YEAR MEN-Eight Public Works department employees completing: 20 years of Federal were 3 locomotives 8:
and shelters established for those Service were presented with Length of Service Emblems by Comdr. Richard L. Mann Public Works rail cars 115 buildings, 67 vehicles
whose homes were destroyed." I officer, in ceremony last week. From left to right are Sam A. Graham: Everitt S. Delaney, Maxwell 1 tank 1 highway bridge: ,
He urged everyone who lias Curry Comdr Mann, Daniel F. George' Marshall (i, Couch, George/ F. Maze and Leo 11.. Sheptrd. 24 supply areas, 1 rail bridge
not yet contributed to the cam- ;, Similar presentation ceremonies honoring employees for 5, ID, 20 and 30 years of service were 469 troops killed or wounded ami i
ft.tign to do so'at once. I held at the various departments. (Please Turn to Page !R, Col 5)i

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NEWS" IJ11

Page Two JAX AIR 27: March 1952


Report From Washington:
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X ftJfl4iJs I Marine Corps To Halt Inductions July 1:


Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air ..
Station, Jacksonville
Fla.NAS, Jacksonville 107,699 Awarded Korea Fighting AwardsBy
Capt. Douglas T. Day Commanding Officer
Comdr. James H. Armstrong Executive Officer
Lcdr. Gordon D. Walker Public Information Officer ( Armed Forces Press Service ) stitutions. Continental Air Command with ;
Fleet Air Jacksonville The Marine Corps plans to halt inductions headquarters at Mitchel AFB N. Y., will
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison Commander July 1. Reason is the success of the recruiting continue to administer activities of Reserve

Capt. Howard V. Hopkins....__.. .._....._._ ._......_..Chief of Staff program and the attainment of authorized personnel, including AFROTC graduates who
Fleet Air Wing Eleven strength by July. Changes the international are commissioned in the USAF Reserve.

Capt. Jesse S. McClure ___.__..____ Commander situation, however, might renew the policy of *
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton Chief Staff Officer inducting men into the Marine Corps through Dr. Theodore Von Karman, an American
Naval Air Technical Training Center selective service. Marine draft calls for the scientist widely known for his accomplishments -
Capt. Lester K. Rice ___ ...,. Commanding Officer months preceding July are described as "sub- in the fields of aeronautical sciences
Comdr. Richard: S. Stuart Executive Officer stantially reduced.". has been named Chairman of the recently organized !.. .
North Atlantic
Naval Hospital Treaty Organization's
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton- Commanding Officer A total of 107,699 awards for heroism or Advisory Group for Aeronautical Researchand
NARTU outstanding service have been awarded to U. Development. The group is composed of
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Oflcer S. soldiers during the first 18 months of the leading scientists fromthe NATO nations.
Comdr. Anthony Trusso _____ Executive Officer Korean fighting. This includes more than 28,. '1
000 Bronze Star Medals; 6,400 Silver Stars; Service-wide competitive examinations for r
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 441 Distinguished Service Cross citations; 249 advancement to pay grades E-4, E-5, and E-6
8184 and 216. Soldiers' Medals; 50 Distinguished Service in all general service and emergency service
n>6 JAX AIR NEWS U publlshca wenT at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Medals; 834 Legions of Merit; 480 Distinguished ratings are 'scheduled to be conducted
with non-appropriated funds
at Jacksonville.no expense Florida to the government and printed and commercially In compliance with NAVtXOS P-35. Rev. Flying Crosses; 4.226 Air Medals; 4,233 throughout the Navy on the following dates:
Nov. 1945. Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Station theNaval Commendation Ribbons, and 62,168 Purple E-4, July 8; E-5, July 15; E-6, July 22. If these
Air Resene Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field and Hearts. dates interfere with operational commitments,
UM U. S. Naval commands deviate from this scheduleand
Hospital.Editor : may
Andrew H. Planey
A total of 4930Navy and Marine conduct examination at time
JOSN Corps enlisted any during
Staff Members: Marian Sprenger.: J03: Mary Bixones. ;
Dave Devroy, SN; John Charvat, AN; Barbara Tomlinson, SN; Navy for personnel enrollment have in been the nominated 1952 regular by Na-the the month of July.* .

Helen The Harper.JAX AIR NEWS U a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service.AFPS val Reserve Officer Training Corps program. A new Navy distribution procedure which
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without The selections were made on the basis of will speed the flow of nautical and aeronau-
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service.! Republication of other test scores attained by candidates in the Navy tical charts and publications and other related -
matter, except by service publications, Is piohlbltedIthout permission elf
conducted information to naval ships
Kdltcr. JAX AIR NEWS.Service College Aptitude Test last year. navigational f
and aircraft has been announced by the Navy.
Transfer of the Air Force Reserve Officers A large Hydrographic Distribution Office has
Personnel Should Training Corps to the Air University, Max- been activated at the U. S. Naval Supply De-
well AFB, Ala., from the Continental Air pot Clearfield, Ogden. Utah, to serve western .
Command effective Aug. 1, has been an- continental and Pacific Fleet commands. A
nounced by the Department of the Air Force. similar office soon will be established at the
The change will consolidate and centralize U. S. Naval Supply Depot, Scotia, N. Y., as
Know Voting ProcedureThis control of the program and will make possi- distributing office for eastern continental, At-
ble more direct supervision of the activitiesof lantic and Mediterranean commands of the
AFROTC units at the 187 participating in Navy. "( "fI
voting information applies to Armed Forces personnel de-
pendents residing with Armed Forces personnel and U. S. citizens
attached to and serving with the Armed Forces of the United States
beypnd the continental limits of the@ United States, unless otherwise
Specified; These persons include civilians employed by the Depart
ment of the Army, Navy, Air Force, the Marine Corps and the Coast .t ;
Guard; personnel of the American Red Cross and USO. l

Maine later than election day.Vermont I MAINSIDE

I. (The Pine Tree State) I I Thursday, March 27
I' Qualifications for Voting 'I Rose of Cimarron _Jack Beutel
1. Must be at least 21 years of (Green Mountain State) Friday, March 28
x Qualifications for Voting The Green Glove _Glenn Ford
rs.e.not: later than day of electiont -
be least 21 of' F March 29
1. Must at :years Saturday.

2. be a U. S. citizen hav- age on date of election. i California Straight Ahead_____
XJvst
be U. S. citizen having ; John \\
ing resiJsd in the State of Maine 2. Must a | 'ayneSunday
: of six months and in resided in the State of Vermont w ]March 30
the for a municipal period, !.. or county for for on., year prior to any i Red Skies of Montana_______
months: election for town representatives. tL _.._ ..Richard Widmark
J three 3. Must be Hble to read and 3. Must have name entered on jf .' : Monday, ]March 31 "! fRed
_
town check-list. ,i* Ball Express Jeff Chandler f
write. the Engliuh; language
Registration Registration Tues. & Wed. April 1-2
followed Pride of St. Louis _.Dan Dailey
Registration is permanent unless Voters check-list system is
a person has changed his in Vermont and no other NATTCENTER
name or has changed his residence -.. kind of registration is required. Thursday, March 27The
Before can vote he Big Trees _._..Kirk Douglas
Arm- a
person
: (Does not apply to u, 4
) must have his name entered on V Friday, !March 28
ed Forces personnel.
_...__...
California Ahead .
Members of the Armed Forces, the town check-list at his place of Straight
"certain Merchant Marine per- residence by taking the Free- ___John Wayne
sonnel" and "certain civilians"may man's Oath. This is generally accomplished Saturday, March 29
The Green Glove ..._Glenn Ford 't
reaches ?
vote in any election without when a person I BBrl \ .
for registration in advance the age of 21. If such age is Sunday, March 30 "
r applying of election reached during absence from the WIN USO HONORS-Carl Graham, SN, of NATTCenter, was Flaming Feather __..__.._
t Obtaining an/:: Ballots and Voting state, (or if oath was not pre chosen USO Serviceman-oMhe-Month in a contest held at the __..___Sterling Hayden
viously taken), a person may USO in Jacksonville, while Renie Humphreys shared honors with Mon. & Tues. Mar. 31-April 1
Armed Forces personnel
I w obtain absentee ballots for use may in have his name entered on the him as she was selected USO Girl-of-the-Month for March. The Red Skies of Montana____...__
r any election by one of two methods appropriate check-list by writingthe contest is held monthly at the USO, located atop the Beaches- ._ _...._Richard Widmark ,.
: board of selectmen at his Navy bus station corner of Clay and Adams streets. Wednesday, April 2 'j
fJ (1)). Mail a completed Federal place of Vermont residence re- Red Ball Express Jeff Chandler I
Post Card Application (Standard questing that he be sent proper ..Indoctrinated In Six Billets NAVAL HOSPITAL
Form 76) to the Secretary of documents for the taking of the r. Thursday, March 27
State State of Maine, Augusta oath. Five Fingers. ... .... James Mason
f'y Me. ,Application may also be The oath may be subscribed to New Classification Office At NATTC Thief of Friday DamascusPaul, March 28 Henreid
; sent to clerk of the city or town before a notary public, a commis- f
sioned officer of the Armed I Sat. & Sun., March 29-30
of Maine residence. Application
t may be made any time prior tot Forces or to any- administer other official oaths.authorized j Assigns Ground School GraduatesThe The Biff Monday Trees, March Kirk 31 Douglas \I

en election. other When the oath has been acceptedby Classification and As- Flaming Feather __._____.__..-_ :
A
(2.) parent, spouse, or
Under the direction of Comdr. ____ _..Sterling Hayden
edult blood relative may also re- the board of selectmen thecitizen's signment Office of the Aviation -
Gerald E. Classification 1
the
Myers, Tuesday, April '
behalf of absent name will be placed on
ballots
quest on Ground Officers' Schoolat
office will Glenn Ford
the check-list which becomes a and Assignment The Green Glove _
'Y person.Ballots will be mailed to voters record. the Naval Air Technical interview and assign all junior Wednesday, April 2
permanent from the ___.._.
before Obtaining Ballots and VotingAll Training Center is openingthis officers graduating Red Skies of Montana
as early as 30 days any
Aviation Ground Officers School. _.._..Richard Widmark
absent
election. Marked ballots must be qualified voters who are week.
t" Primary mission of this assign-
received by election officials not for any reason from the ment will be to insure that the assigned to his chosen field.
proper polling places on election RegistrationOnce officers In some cases quotas requiredby
graduating are assignedto
: days may vote by absentee ballot. a voter's name has been the for which they the Bureau of Naval Person-
f Members of the Armed Forces entered the check-list of the specialty
on
rr/D.IYINE\\ are best fitted. This results in nel make it necessary that the
may obtain an absentee ballot town, city, or ward of place of increased efficiency for the Naval graduate be assigned where he
)' for use in any election by mail- residence, permanent registration is most needed.
Service and in to
{( a saving money
SERVICES ing an executed Federal Post is in effect. Check-lists are main- the "Go
Card Application (Standard Form tained by the board of supervisors taxpayer Ten percent of the graduates /-
the town clerk, place of of check-list at of resi-
76) to place basic indoctrination
Protestant Trainees receive a of the Officer Candidate Schoolin
Vermont residence. Such an ap- dence. in six billets: Air- assigned here to
t 30-Morning Services, All- Newport are
in the
must be entirely
Saints ChapeL plication Obtaining Ballots and Voting craft Maintenance, Aviation Elec- the Aviation Ground Officers'
0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL handwriting of the applicant. It Absentee voting is permittedonly tronics, Combat Information Cen- School. Most of them are recent .
is recommended that applicants in general elections. Votingin ter Naval Air Intelligence Cat- The ,
J930-Sunday School Small ChapeL in college graduates. average I
request ballots at least 60 days primary elections must be donein apult and Arresting Gear, Avia- age is 21 years, and a very Email
1045--All Saints ChapeL advance of an election. Marked person at election poll. tion Ordnance and Photo Inter- percentage of them are married.A .
ballots must be received by election
Catholic Members of the Armed Forces pretation. few junior officers will receive -
officials not later than day may make application for absen- first interviewedon Naval
1830 and 0930-Mass, St. Ed- Students are further training as .
ward's Chapel. of election. tee ballots in general election arrival at the school. Comdr Intelligence Officers. Due to the
CS30-St. Edwards' Chapel (Catechism New HampshireGranite only by ,mailing Federal Post Myers discusses the man's civil- length of time involved in mak-
Class). Card Application (Standard Form ian background qualifications, ing the necessary security checks,
State)
1030-Mass, St Edward's ChapeL ( 76)) to the Secretary of State, and his personal preference for such officers are selected before '+- J'
6645-Mass at Hospital ChapeL Qualifications for Voting State of New Hampshire, Con- duty as a ground officer in Na- they arrive in Jacksonville. ,
1. Must be at least 21 years of) cord, N. II. Such application may val Aviatiori. The Aviation Ground Officers'
Christian Science age on day of election. be made at any time. State offi- School is the newest of its kindin
4 Tuesday-2000 at NATTC Chaplain's 2. Must be a U. S. citizen hav- cials will mail ballots to appli- During the eight-week course the Navy.Stewardsman.
Office. ing resided within a voting pre- cants as early as Oct. 15, 1952. the student receives enough of .
Mormon cinct in the State of New Hampshire Marked ballots must be receivedby the fundamentals of the six pos- : "Sir, if you
Thursday-1930-at Small ChapeL for a period of six months. proper officials not later than itions open to him to be able to know where a thing is, Is it lost?"
p 3. Must have name on town or day of general election, Nov. 4, choose the field for which he Lieutenant: "Certainly not."
Jewish city check-list in place of resi- 1952. would best be fitted. In the final Stewardsman: "I'm sure gladof

1830-Monday, NATTC Auditor-) dence. (Check-list correspondsto Next week: Massachusetts, Con- week, the trainee is again interviewed that, sir, 'cause I Just dropped
.v ium. voters registration.) necticut and Rhode Island. and if at all possible your shoes over the side."

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27 March 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Pane Thre



Rear Adm. Davis I Next Week Designated As


Delivers Climax


Speech At EMC Beneficial Suggestion Week


The Economic Mobilization The station Commanding Officer !.
in a letter to Heads of De- fords an opportunity for em.
Course, sponsored by the Jacksonville
ployees-to have a voice in the
this week designated
J partments
Chamber
; of Commerce,
; ended with a ceremony in which the week of March 31 as Beneficial operation of the Navy and provides
incentive awards and
as an
Week here at
47 business men of the city and Suggestions recognition for their worthwhile
137 reserve officers of the Arm- NAS.In contributions.It .
the letter the Commanding
ed Forces received completion
certificates. fla3 Officer assured those concerned. is the desire of the Station'sCommittee
of his interest in the Suggestion on Awards to have at
This two-week series of lec- Program and of his desire to least one suggestion from every
tures was Held March 10-21 in r have all employees aware of the employee during 1952. It is hoped
} the Little Theatre in Jackson. program and encouraged to sub- that a number of employees will
I' .v ill e. mit their constructive sugges take advantage of Beneficial
Hear Adm. Glenn B. Davis, \ ;; tions. Suggestion Week and submit a

Commandant, Sixth Naval Dis- Beneficial Suggestion We k is constructive suggestion.8,000Foot. .
trict told the in the main ,. .
group +\ to coincide with the display of
speech of the day that the full the Achievement Plaque awarded
''r. meaning of defense cannot be the Navy recently by the Na- Jet
r overemphasized."In tional Association of Suggestion

a sense we face a dilemma Systems for the most increased To Be
which has been stated as follows.If participation in the suggestion Runway
we build up too little military program in government.
k.;
strength for ourselves and our Built At
allies, we invite the over-running &; h...: ", .. _...,....(:...v..,_,#" ., The SABWODI contest which MayportConstruction
of the free world by communist the fifteen terminated this week was in con
EPS AWARDS-The only woman among: employees of a new 8,000-foot
tides. If we spend too much for completing the Engineered Performance Standards TrainingCourse nection with the Suggestion Program runway and subsidiary construction .
too long in a piling up of military conducted here, Mrs. Olive W. Rucker of Supply depart and was planned to interest at the carrier berthing proj-

strength, we invite economic a selfinflicted col- ment, receives her certificate from Capt. William E. Kenna, Over employees in finding a better ect, will begin at Mayport in approximately
defeat" through haul and Repair officer. The techniques learned during: the course way of doing their particular jobor one month, it was
lapse. will be expanded into the various departments: of the station. any operation performed by announced last week.
"The problem," he continued, the Navy Bids opened March 20 in
"demands meticulous planning The Navy Department during were
a To Techniques Walter T. Eck-
f Apply the office of Capt.
total of 51-
encompassing intelligent use of fiscal 1951 received a
Public Works officer of the
critical materials, de- and reported that berg,
manpower, 990 suggestions
Sixth Naval District, Charleston,
velopment and procurement of 15 Presented Awards For they realized an annual savingsof
new weapons, priorities for com CompletionOf 8414182.00 from 13,140 ideas S. C., and work has will been begin received as-
essential materials For these adopted ideas' soon as approval
ponent and ,
adopted.
and many other problems with ''Anvlsis' Course At 0 & R the Navy paid to 'the suggestersa Yards from and. the Docks Navy's'in Washington Bureau of,
in awards.
in
which we will be confronted total of $346,823.00
-
-- - -- ..D. C
of ," *
case war
Fifteen employees of NAS satisfactorily which
The
8,000-foot
runway
I Olive W. Rucker contributed
certificates NAS employees
in :
completed a course will accommodate jet aircraft,
.,y. John B. Tubbs from materially to this program by
, Engineered Performance Stand from Supply, will extend 4,000 feet across a
ards last Friday, and were awarded 'Public Works, and Edwin Davis, submitting a total of 558 suggestions former salt marsh area into
1Louise certificates by Capt. William Hugh J. Dorsett, Daniel John. during 1951. Of adopted this number and- which about three million yards
248 ideas
E. Kenna officer-in-charge of were The
been
of sand have pumped.
stone Herbert W. McMillin, of awards total- I
Overhaul and Repair department. were the subject reclaimed equals about 4- ,
Perry N. Medlock, Joseph F. O'- ing $8,605.20. This station esti- area '
- Thirteen of the group were Connell, William J. Ruckman, mated that an annual saving of 800,000 square feet.
from' the O & R Department, one *
James R. Sheppard, Phillip L. $223,510.18 would be realized
J. from Public Works and one from Smith, Lester Stanton Julius A. from these suggestions. Included in the runway proj- .
the Supply Department. Stober, Landry A. Wintz, and The suggestion program af- ect are a 1,000 square yard con-
The EPS program is a long Frederick W. Wood of O & R. crete parking apron, adjoining,
Bragg, Clerk-Typist, of range project for which the Na- taxiways, drainage and a security
Transportation is participating in val Air Station, Jacksonville, wasspecially road.
the AAU Girl's Basketball Tour- selected as the first installation Splinter Causes Break Of Construction of the runway is:

nament in Wichita, Kans. .Wil. to put the program to I expected to take about 10 months.It .

lie A. Dauphin, Foreman Transportation test. Enviable RecordA will complete the initial development
has returned from Safety -Mayport as a ma-
Alabama where he was called In charge of the training was jor fleet supporting facility, it

recently due to illness of his fa Robert F. Goodwin, management splinter in the side of his ,_.-- was said. However, it is expectedthat
ther. consultant with George H. Elliott fingernail broke a ten-year safety a gradual general develop
and Company of New YorkCity, of the will be contin-
Y Andy Anderson and Albert record last week for James E. ment area
1 who have installed these programs -< ued over the next few years.
Dixon of the Heavy EquipmentShop in private industry. Elliott Moon, joiner in the Overhaul and *

Hospital., Transportation We understand, are in that the was one of the speakers at the Repair Department.Ten Construction .of the carrier

Andy is undergoing a leg opera- award ceremony. years without a single in- 1 berthing has been under construc-
congratulatory message was jury is quite an achievement, con tion since last summer by the
tion.Ronnie also received from Admiral JohnB sidering that Moon is involved in George D. Auchter Co., and is ex-:
Eckels, son of John Moss, assistant Chief for Material hazardous work eight hours each pected to be completed by mid
Eckels, Civil Engineer of the Design and Services in the Bureauof summer. Naval carriers will then

Section has recently been Aeronautics, Washington, D. C. day.The Joiner Shop, Department r be able to dock at Mayport foe
elected to the National Honor These employees have been engaged
45 the first time. Previously, carriers
8186, employs approximately
... > Society at Lee High School Ronnie in the "Operation Analy- men under the supervision of have been anchoring oft
,T is in his senior year of school sis" Course since last October William C. Brown, and is re- shore.
and we know his parents are and have spent forty hours per sponsible for repairing all the .
proud of him. week, in classrooms and in the
wooden parts of a plane. Equip
From the Telephone office we shops, carrying on a study of ment in the shop includes jointers Local Life Guards

understand that Kay Hodges, methods and measurements of planers, band saws, grip
,. operator, and hubby Eugene, recently -' the various jobs to improve saws and sanders.
, 'j became the proud grandparents planning, control and production Moon says he first became safety Complete CourseIn
of a grandson for the first methods.
I when he served in
conscious
time. Kitty Herrin and hubby
Bob, went to Matanzas Sundayfor The group will now apply the the Navy in World War I. He of e Water Safety
has since made safety a part
a little fishing. Ruth Barrow, techniques they have studiedby
operator, is on annual leave. Ma- actual installation in selected his everyday work routine, and Life guards for the 1952 season
mie Jones, operator, is attendingthe shops: Department 4116, Hydraulics has the following suggestions on have just finished an intensive
wedding of her niece in Tallahassee ; Department 6322, Engine safety procedure which he al. JAMES MOON 10-year Red Cross refresher coursein
I Fla. On the sick list Assembly and Department 6234, ways follows: safety record spoiled. life saving and water safetyas
\ this week we have Rose Ray, op- Cylinder and Piston. This program 1) Take time when working they prime themselves for the
: erator, who is under observation ; will be expanded into other with a machine. No matter 2)) Always put on the proper coming season at the numerous:
in the Naval Hospital; Verby NAS departments later. how big the rush, never safety equipment the job pools at NAS Jacksonville.
, ./ Copeland, Cash Accountant Clerk Selected from 600 volunteers get in a hurry around a might require, such as face Another course in instructor's
,, '' and Joe Wilson, Clerk. the following people received machine-it doesn't pay. shields, goggles or gloves. training qualify these men to

3)) Observe the safety rules teach swimming as well as to
and regulations set down save the would-be swimmers.

TJ/E WAVEPREPARE ,THfgC'3 SO MMCWtfCTOHS 4 for a job. Experts have People who cannot swim but ; -
> IN HlRtMICH spent time making them would like to learn will be gladto *
THEIR CAR j
ONE / for the safety of all, and know that classes will be held .$
JPOO ? they sh.Id be followed. in swimming techniques when. '' '
FOR '
LIBERTY! 4)) Each morning inspect the the season gets underway. -
machines which will be New Respiration:: :Method ':''
used. Be sure they are in I The new arm-lift, back-pres; H' '
iy
_.. NDU SAT rue at 107 perfect working condition. sure method of artificial respira*'" ;iit !It \
/ 3TAQT. IS JHCKTO '3 'Vo \ '\ If a machine is not operating tion has officially been adopted*;:'} 11; 'r:
BC ANYTHING IH THI the and will be the* '. .J1J," ..; :(
TANK BACK Nthv? f J u C properly, request thatit by Navy {f.
s ,, \J. LI&r t'S IN be repaired. If the machine method used by guards! at the'V./\\ :
I i FIFTEEN M/Nvr3/ is defective in any pools this season if it is n t>d.1\\ ;> "". ,, ._
"'' '+r '\t hJN way, don't use it. If job This new manipulation is sup*, ''I!' IJ; I- ,,\ ,
can't be done without that posed to be much better than.th4 <, It;; '.)

\tf/r-- particular machine, let the old Schaffer style of hand pre$. ... ',
MI' CooDNE33, : job go. sure to the small of the back,

I'M JUST CHIN9 TO I I QVNG LOO3ENO BOLT TNF! r. -. :.. 5)) Watch out for the safetyof Guards To Be Obeyed
air joH*.t, oo H* +4 ':: 'others. If someone Guards last year had quite a
... THINK HfU cer nil r '-' should be about to use a time trying to teach children the
G 7tWN NeAPGf P +a-"a +. z .L defective machine, stop fundamentals of swimming. If
'l O him. Each department has some qualified persons would '
1NAT 3TUP/0'REA MMAN responsible for safety, I like to assist in instructing children
men
/ MANTED TOIvT THE BATTTRy : I or take over the class themselves .
but safety could be improved
t
t uvaEA THAT Fltm HOObf- s .
; Y : they can contact Special
felt
r BUT I TOLQ HIM TO PVTf -JfT ., if every employee Services Building 930.
-- W THE O! responsible. I ,
TRVHK,
A life is the man to obey
.- NEED ANY AIATST NA/EaE IT met swClCAMl o ,,,.. -. J' v'JGPApATfO 11001said he brought all of his while swimming.guard He will. have a

TkC 4 STOA AEFPrR ? ? fingers with him when he started uniform that will mark his authority .
the job in 1942. He wants to and his orders must be
obeyed. Several minor accident
take them all with him
away
could have been avoided by peo-
when he goes He was awardedhis ple last year if they had heededthe
10-year service pin last week. advice of the men on duly.


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VF-J7J VC-62 VF-J74 VC-5 VF-14 Fasion 51. VA'175VF-11. Fasion 109
Report


I Scouiina Jacksonville i Area Squadrons I In Six compliance !



I Lant

VF-171 sign Valfrid Palmer as the pilot. Personnel taking exam this Squadron has Bib'T
Cigars!'!, cigars, and more cigars Lt. John W. Brown, tentatively week for advancement to" pay new "Plane
were passed out by Willie W. scheduled to lead the USS Wasp grade E-3 are Joe A Reyna, program. Basic

Godwin, ADI, Monday when he detachment, will Instead be Flag William H. Yost; Jack Taylor, gram is to r-
came to work for Willie had just Lieutenant to Admiral Brown. Roger II. Davis, John D. Fred- all plane captains

become the father of twin boys. Leaving for NAS Key West, erick, Robert F. Karr, Larry J, of aircraft
That makes four lads now for Fla., to enroll in the next five Bean, Hollis I D. Heemstra, The first three .
Godwin end' wife. week jet instrument course are w lV Charley B. Bonn, Bill J. Knight, the five week

An expert in close airsupporthas Lt.'s Harold Johnson, Kenneth Charles McCree, Raymond M. Robert C. Lewis! ADE3, Gene E.-
returned to the squadron Boeker, and William Kushner. Lopez, and George C. Kieffer. Ryan, AD2, and Norman W. Elliott
since Ensign Wallace C. Camden RELE Woodrow P. Woolsey has AN.During. "

has completed that school and returned been detached to ComAirLant for VF-14 the five week period, '- y
to duty here.Congratulations duty.A h\ blown Squadron 14's nonofficial the men devote their full time to' --
trio of new officers is cur- / bagger is now back
to Gilbert D. gaining experience in
about squadron with the unit. Ens. Fred Bleck- practical
rently
Huette, and Scott M. Koser for seen on-the-job training in the variou'Ssquadron .
.
their selection VF-171 '$ spaces. Reporting aboard during man, a perennial bachelor, now shops. : .
as ea- the latter of February were: I totes his chow between NAS
of the Month" for Februaryand part Under the present plan, it will _.
men Lt. Russel Hill, Lt. (ig) CharlesK. Jax and Cecil Field as he residesat be with 'r
March for their a continuing
respectively program /
outstanding work. O'Meara, and Ensign CharlesH. the Air Station. men in various stages of instruction -.
Monroe. The new papa list includes,
at all times. It is
Doing a' fine job of keeping Horace M. Wise, ADC, recently Lcdr., Felix Graddock; Leland approximately five expectedthat will- "
equipment in top-notch shape for relinquished his duties as leading Kisrow, AT1; Lt. (Or) Randy the men
complete
our gunnery training program is I t chief to George W. Lane, Moore; Ens. Jim Ellis; and' Bob program weekly. .... "
the ordnance department. TheireHol.ts ADC. Dinsmore, AM2. .Still sweat- Four men completed the requirements .,
resulted last week in an for advancement to -
ing the stork are Paul Keil, AOlj: ..
exceptional number of 20mm VF-174 Lt. (ig) Charlie Moore, Lt.. (jg) pay grade E3 last week. The '
rounds being fired without a jamor The break we all look for but "Doc' Mossburg and Andy An. group of Donald E. Angst, Rich-
malfunction. tale, AN.Ensign. ard G. Giovannini, Marlin P. Jen-
Indications are that Maxim D. zetti.; Gene Hendrix returned sen and Loyd D. Singletary were

Lubchuk. ADI, has found the ders to Naval Air Station, Atlantic to the squadron from TAD with all promoted to Airman.
Navy to his! liking for he just a a *
City. His home. is Hoboken, VF-13. Hendrix established a
shipped over for six more N. J. reputation for himself within the John T, Dick, AOAN and Harold '

Welcome aboard James L. Meicher Shore duty at Glenview, Ill., squadron by making twenty car- D. Buckner, PR3, have both' "
YNTSN, Edward P. Guindon, has been received by Burns E. rier landings in two days during been sent to the separation center
Jr.. AF2, and Louis L. JOurdain, Taylor AD2, while Paul O'Hal- qualifications on the USS Leyte for discharge. Both are planning .


AEC. loran, AM2, will be transferredto recently. By .so doing he doubledhis on entering college after "
Personnel advancing in'ratin NAS Pensacola. previous total of carrier land they are released from active y
last week were John W. Bond. leave duty.
Emergency was granted
Robert O. Keylor, and Brooke W. Dick Swarlz, SN, to visit his ill BIG LOAD-Tired of waiting ings.Harvey Belyea, ADC, and Chester A. MacKay, ADC has

Lamont, all from AOAA to sister while Merle D. Ivie, AN, for a truck to come, Howard Murph Amuchastegui, AMC got been transferred to VF-72 while

AOAN. made the permanent transfer Mayes, AO2, of Fasron 109, one their orders to FASRon Nine Willie Culberson, AD2 has been
more VF-171
.
Two crew memo when he visited the Separation of seven brothers who have while Francis K. Votour, AMI sent to Johnsville, Pennsylvania .
bers have aboard the good
signed went to VF-31. Four of VF-14 i ''
Center. been in service, decides to tote for a normal tour of duty.
ship "Matrimony.their Announcing return from Duties of Air Group CMAAwas his bomb load to a waiting air- novice airmen, Bill Butler, AA; Domingo P. Amuchastegui l,
marriages upon taken over recently by Chief craft. Although no definite air- Lionel Corbett, AA; Francis i AMC has reported aboard for
leave were Harold C. Weisel. AN, Bos'n when he Schroeder AN and John Webb
Adams from
relinquished formation was available as to ; duty Fasron 9 at Cecil
and Thomas J. Andreola. ADC. his barracks masler-at-arms the weight of the explosives, AN went to AN"P" school at field.

duty to Bill Noyce, SH2. it could be that they are NATTC, Jax, Fla. .
VC-62 Naval Percy Caldwell, ADI has taken I missiles. practice Tom McGullam, A03 and Jon Four men were honored at the 7
from the
\ A camera crew leave due to his wife's illness. Keefer, SA reported to the Sep monthly Commanding Officers \ 1.,;:,;

PhotographicCenter reported After a minor operation, Mario i Dewey Barnes. DK1!, and FrankI. aration Center at Jax. Inspection which was held last!
aboard last week to VC-62's start production Photo Difelice, AD3, has returned from I Lodico, CSG3, left the squadron On the credit side of the led- Saturday morning. George R.
rolling on the hospital. "Ye ole Welcome permanently last week with ger, Wilbert Addison. PHI; Burch, ADC, received the Good
don-
the current
Banshees prima film. Mat" was also dusted off recently Barnes departing for duty in George Black. AMAN; and John Conduct Medal with the fourth
nas of a U.S. Navy stars Training to the Banshees for Ray Givnac, SN, Ralph Minneapolis and Lodico being Hussnatter, AMAN, who have award, Edward S. Melanson,
Supporting Grasso, AMAA, Frank McKeon, transferred to NAS for just reported aboard. YNTI received the European
will be John AF3
: Eager, separa- .
AMAA and Dick Mesary AKAN. rican-Middle Eastern ,
Campaign
F; Ramon Ullibarri, AF3, and En. tion. .Hero of last week was
For officers the welcome mat Medal and the World War
Hollis Elrod Jr., AM2, who ship- FASRON 51 II
r was laid out for Ensigns Francis ped over for six. Off to even sunnier climes Is Victory Medal and Robert E. _-

Duffy, Charles Greenwood, Don- Four new crew members arrived Johnny Grennbalgh PRAN, whois Woermer, AOU3 received the
r. aid Zong and Lt. (jg.'s) Claude E. aboard from Memphis last to report in at Port Lyautey, American Campaign Medal and
Dorris and Richard Ellis. All the World War II Victory Medal.
week with another reporting for French Morocco in the very near ". to'
a came from training command duty from VF-62 aboard the USS future. Harry K. _Cummings received ,, r
while Lcdr. George T. Lillich reported I Coral Sea. Claudius W. Cox, A01, Bill Gross, AOC, /is going back a Navy Unit Citation for service '
( from the Naval Academy is the former VF-62 crewman for another three week stint with Patrol Squadron 43 from

where he was. an .instructor. j| while Larry J. Bean, ADAA, with FASRon 51's detachment in June 8 to August 1, 1942.
.. I
Randall B. Lawry, AMAN. JeroldW. Norfolk. ,
VC-5 Miller, AMAN, and CharlesE. Getting out are Arley\ Sartin, center. '
A fake dispatch had leading' Colee, AMAN, are the Memphis AN, and Bob Paul AE3 who are George Harris, AD3 is wearing \
: chief James R. Edge, ADC, ex- graduates. going through the separation the; proud smile of a new father
hibiting a troubled face for a after his wife delivered a new
Fi while last week until he learnedthe baby girl.Fasron "

paper ordering him to duty 51 Is going to put its f
with an augmenting unit at Port y Softball candidates in with thoseof
i
Lyautey, North Africa had been VC-5. The entire group will be ?
"manufactured" by other squadron under Earl Lewis, BM3's. direc-
personnel. tion.

Softball took its first step into A "welcome aboard" is extended

the squadron limelight last week to Lt. Carl Coppenger. e

/ --. when VC-5 players broke out '. .
t the ever-popular sphere and wil- 's Yfi'' ( VA-175
VA-175 INSIGNIA-Symbol- I low for their first practice.
[ For the first real blow-out the
hell's wrath with skull
2 izing ,
; Veterans of last year, when the squadron's had since its return
mounted the devil's shoulders
E on unit fielded a strong team, are from the Mediterranean, VA-175
and "Old Nick" hurling
r a Charles W. Troup, ADAN, 'Gus' shot the works in a party at the
rocket with bomb waiting to
Ge-tusky, ADI, Jim Glover YN3 Southside Veterans of Foreign
.I' be dispatched, Attack Squadron Clarence R. Carter, PR2, Robert Wars Club.
175's emblem graphically
shows its striking Ray, AN and 'Shack' Shadburn, From all accounts the festivities -
power.
a ._- ADC. were a big success with not
Lt (jg) Chester E. Kingsbury I I a gripe forth-coming from the

r- Fasron 51 CO education officer has departed ,. over 300 guests who attended.
< q F
for LSO School at Pensacola. .
: j Lt. Jim Shannon is to leave ry f
Wins Promotion a e6 2vg shortly for Landing Signal Offi.

BREEZES t cer's school in Pensacola. He'
-
Officially entitled to four side- : : % won't return to the squadron

.: : boys since his recent promotion, Pvt. Moe: "Do you'like bathing : however, for when he qualifiesas
"-, is Comdr. Joseph O. Buchanan, beauties?" "paddle waver" he'll be assigned :; ,

.*' 'commanding officer of Fleet Air Pvt. Schmoe: : "Don't know to Commander Air Group
; Service Squadron :51, support haven't'bathed any lately." 17's staff.

; unit for Composite Squadron 5. SIMULATED HOP-Watching his instrument closely duringa Recent pilot arrivals include
', ; \ Prior, tn. becoming i ; htfad" of Fas.fdn. Doctor: "I can't quite diagnoseyour simulated hop in a link trainer in Building 168 is Paul W. Carr, Lcdr Ross A. Adams from Com-
..... 51 Comdr.! Buchanan was ap. AirLant Lt. Walt
; Bally from
I think it be AMC who obtained
case.: must recently a "green card" commercial flight
f. -, .pilot in Composite Squadron 5, O&R Norfolk Lt. (Jg) Lewallen
drink." I instrument rating. Spare time training in the link enabled Carr to : : \ '"
J '
,' m
", which is a heavy bomber group, Patient: "All right, Doc, I'll get his rating.SPARE whd was in the reserve and Lt. \
;
,,: utilizing the AJ "Savage" jet, come back when you're sober." I (jg) Dick Agnew, Lt. (jg) Tom
reciprocating bomber. McDonald, Ens. Don Sattler,'Ens.
[,jiStFasron 51 is the newest serv- ; sod TIME LINK PRACTICE Ed Grunwald and Ens. John
"s '"r.1 ice squadron in the area, having ."I never heard a man talk' 'I Brick from the training com
"1'been stationed here in January fast in all my life." AIDS CHIEF IN PILOT TESTSpare mand. .
,'" of 1952. "He comes by it naturally. His New enlisted members of the '
'Comdr Buchanan went throughMt father was a tobacco auctioneer squadron since its arrival backin
St. Michael Academy and end his mother was 'a woman." I time practice in the Link trainers last September. At that the states are: Alex Allred,

Manhattan College in New York Trainers of Bldg. 168 on his instrument time he "didn't know anything" I AEC; Tony Barros, SA; George

City, before he commenced flight Old ZeUe's: barn burned down. I and radio technique about radio,or instrument proce- Baulch, AOAA; Bill Beswick,
training in May of 1940. The ,insurance agent told him flying stood Paul W Carr AMC, dure. Now he is qualified to act AMAN; Verner Black, SHSN,
In the early part of 1943 he they would build another barn of in good stead recently when he as an instrument instructor. Jim Brittingham, SA; Joe Burke,
went to the European Theatre of similar size and material insteadof took the commercial tests for a SA; Harry Elrick, AD2; Maurice
Operations with Patrol Squadron paying the claim in cash. Zeke "green card" flight instrument Tests for the card were takenin Gilson, AO2; Joe Lowrance, ". /'
211 and later VPB 110. While in was furious. Said he: rating. a PA-14 "Supercruiser", The AKAN Seborne Mullins, AOAN;
r the ETO he received the Distinguished "If that's the way your durn Not only did Chief Carr, who Is green card permits him to clear : Wally Blaylock, SA; Rufe Elrod,
Flying Cross and the Air company does business, you can a math instructor at ANP( ) himself with tower operators in SA; Jim Ray, AO2; Cliff Renaud,
Medal with two clusters.At cancel the policy on my wife." school at NATTC, pass the tests case of bad weather and are required -. ADC; Jerry Rhoades, AOAA;

NAS Anacostia he was 'as- I successfully but also received a of commerical airline Jim Robinson, AMAN; Arthur .'
sistant operations officer, a post With graceful feet a maiden verbal "well done" for his proficiency pilots. i Rutkowski, AD3; Gene Slavey ;
which he held until ordered to sweet from pilots giving the His experience gained in the AA; John Snowe, AA; Arthur ,
VC.5 in August of' 1949. Was tripping the light fantastic, tests. Link Trainer eliminated about 24 Stites, AA; Rudy Straube, AA; "
In December he took over the When she suddenly tore Chief Carr. who began flying actual instrument hours and his Bobby Trent, A02' Russ Van-
reins I s commanding officer ofLa.ron For the dressing room door in 1939 in Cubs and Taylor Craft, radio i technique was boosted sant, AMI: and Dick Sill, AK3.
51. You never can trust elastic. started his work in the link about 65. per cent. (Please Turn to Face 5, Col. 4)r )

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27 March 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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WAVE Scouting( from SquadronsContinued Page 4))

1 1 VF-11

;: ,: All of VF-11 takes time out to
; WAYS welcome aboard the squadron'snew

Executive Officer, Lcdr.
Times Square boasts of the Lawrence E. Flint who relieved

:, ;;... busiest corner in New York City Lcdr Robert Hardwick
y. where, if you stand long enough Two new brownbaggers add to
A. you will meet everybody in the the ever swelling list. Carlton
'Y J; world. With a slight exaggeration Cobb, AD3 and Charles E. Mc-
Lane both married Jax lasses.
1.
.: one might say the sameholds
true of the quarterdeck in John Hubschman, A03 receiveda
t., Barracks 722, feminine popula- MK well deserved pat on the back
tion exclusive. when his entry to the American .
authors course came back witha
Defimtelj' there
is a reason A'o.
for the increase in pedestrian aAa "distinction" as the notation c. r '{ ii C
v traffic. The seabag inspection rr Lt. Tom Cross returned to VF- 4
... scheduled' for April 5 has sent 11 after being with CAG-1, staff Irv
,f ., many a pair' of legs scurrying to for about a year ,
'.. ". C&SS, located in the Lower Cen- The electronics crew has. reason )* .w as
: ter wing. Honorable mention to'' to be proud for its the first
M
:..., rfJoan Jensen "Keeper of the shop to fully subscribe in the ,
,;,.;; ,-. Keys," third class. Spring is.here! current Red Cross drive.
:.1. .t., .4:- Does everyone have six pairs 'oi. Lt. (jg) Gene Lewis and Lt. s 5

.,...:, ',:. .'* hose? (jg) Owen Oberg racked up
"E's" the latest ex
,
in gunnery in
.\ r V Good news for Barbara Rick- ercise.
.
"+ : man and Bertha Reed. Both re-
. '' ceived cards indicating they Fasron 109
.,- passed their advancement in rate ......--;.-....,.......-. ..... "",,- "The Ihing" wouldn't stand a
\' exams. Keep posted for final results FIRST LANDING Thumbs up" and a'big grin resulted when chance of staying undetected in 1- -
I. forthcoming soon. Lt. James R. Bailey of VF-171 made his first carrier landing during the squadron area now that Andy FUTURE PILOTExaminingthe
..: Greetings are extended to all : recent Mediterranean cruise. Lt. Bailey, who became an Instructor Leschak, AE1, has returned froma type of helmet he hopes to
hands from Lcdr. Chenault. The after winning his wings in 1945 re-entered civilian life two week course in the Atomic be wearing/ soon is Glen A.
ex-WAO is attached to the ReT in reserve status in 1947' and was recalled to active duty .last year Bomb Commission's Monitoring I Mathis, PR2, of VF-17' who left
cruiting Office at Minneapolis, without having made a carrier landing. School. Andy went to Treasure last week for flight training.
/. Minn., where the snow is deep' Island, San Francisco, Calif., for Giving his orientation is En-
and the hills of Virginia are far : his do's and don'ts on A-warfare. sign Ralph Sluis, VF-171 pilot.
..A away I Professor Schmidt Brings Jim Eaton, AM2 and Ed Elton, -

,..: Barracks 720 received its first I AM3 have returned to hangar 140( VF-171 MEMBER
Wale Chief, Helen Jacquet, PNC, after taking a little leave in Jack- I
who for from Memphis sonville. !
reported duty -
GETS CHANCE
last week. I Hypnotic Show Tuesday Gunner Albert Leimer has
New arrivals for ANP) School reason for the beaming face, his:
from Bainbridge, are: Evelyn .. softball aggregation went out and FOR 'WINGS'The
Cale, Sonia Morris, Phyllis Sha- Professor Daniel Schmidt will dumped O&R's squad in two< USAFI education
,...s;. rick, Emily Pomilio, Diane Ballard bring his hypnotic show to the fessor Schmidt has cured a great games last week. Both well gram has paid off again, pro-this
Crystal Kew, Joan Leh- NATTCenter Auditorium Monday many people of excessive smok- played games, the final scores time for Glen A. Mathis. PR2,
.' mann, Emily Casey, Florence March 31 for one performance ing, excessive drinking, finger- were 6-5, 5-3. of VF-171. who departed last
}, : Neely, Jacuelyn Barnes and only. The show begins at nail-biting, stuttering, fear of: I > week for naval aviation cadet r

\ Katherine. Gibson.. 1930. There will be no admission water, fear of animals and other Air Force Pilot training ""ensacola ,I
deeply rooted phobias, obsessions -
charge and no tickets required. Mathis, who entered the
1 / ANF( ) graduates Lois Schobel, and compulsions.He .
Service personnel and depen- Navy in 1948 qualified for the
.\ *.,:Z.; Margaret bpillane, Eldan Stead- dents are all invited. will actually demonstratewith Flys With VF12Arriving program by taking and success- .'
Thirzah Wilkison, and Nor- from the
man Professor Schmidt, master of any volunteers fully passing the first year
ma Thullen received orders for and hilar- audience the cure for excessive college level tests and the
mirthful mesmerism last month for duty
AK "A" School. of the tobacco smoking He teaches peo- 2CX (second test) given'
has year
ious hypnotics, one with VF-12 Wfc another mem-
Photo School at Pensacola will
.
how relax and has devel-
to
ple USAF' and which
by is required -
and outstandingshows
most unusual ber of the Air Force, Capt.
have five Waves in its next class:
oped a new auto-suggestion routine -
the for
It has by Navy en-
Johnnee Sims, Mary Potts, Jean in America today. for relaxation that has Ed Mason, who reported fromPatterson
." Elizabeth to be seen to be appreciated. Air Force Base, Day- trance.
Bechdolt Nancy Perry and
miraculous results.
produced One of college work
'" : ton, Ohio, where he is a mem- year
: Kloc Traveling to Ola-
If you want to laugh uproar ber of the 97" Fighter Inter- with Kilgore Junior College of
Though he is a psychologist,
the, Kansas for AC School are*
unusual Texas he had beforehe
iously, see something ,completed
Alice Zarsky Ruth O'Brien, Patsy lawyer author and lecturer of ceptor Squadron, flying F86'sCapt .
,
different the of entertainment enlistc I underwent
and in way and recruit -
... Thornton, Catherine Johnson note, his program is designed for Mason as an exchange ,
and still spend an training in San Diego,
the He removes will 52 weeks of I '
pilot undergo
and Gloria Van Handley, average person. ,
Y instructive and enlightening eve- stood him in good stead when
the veil of and mysti- with VF-12 under
bound mystery
Navy duty
f Rita Schulte is Memphis Schmidt
y don't miss the taking the tests .
,** that has clouded his callingfor ning, the Defense
for TD School and Alice Berner cism Department program -
Airman P school hi Mem-
.-, will spend the /spring months in I many years. He talks the ave Show. I I aimed at a'' better t.nder- phis and (parachute) riggers'
I. Lakehurst at PR School. rage person's language. You can standing of methods and tech-
i school at Lakehurst N. J. was
,
".. 'k .$ Softball practice has begun. understand him and come away Beta Theta Pi's Meet niques employed by each service completed before he was assigned -
Let's have a good turnout. with a correct conception of the .
Jacksonville Beta ThetaPi
The VF-171
,to for duty.
II
His not from Brow 'ille
I I I science of hypnotism. is Hailing ns\ ,
Alumni Association is havinga Two I others precededMathis
"spook" show buta Texas Capt. Mason recently
a frightening Smoker, Friday, March 28. at into the Navy with one
I
: and 11 months
informative enlightening returned from com-
M Big Improvement decidedly
; evening. the Seminole Hotel between 1700 bat duty in Korea. He is a being discharged recently after
.. and 1900. graduate of the West Point Mil spending: better thar a year in
-' Noted In VF-171 I On the therapeutic side Pro. All Betas are urged to attend. itary Academy. the Korean 'icatre The other
Assistant ,District Attorney entered cIvilian' life and be-
N V Walker will give short talk. .-- gar veterinarv studies in 1945.
NOTES
NARTU I I AFPS
Safety ProgramThrough
AttS 74 Build Radar Picket Sub Tra'fficViolations

careful attention to Charles W. Emory, ACI officer .
Construction of two radar pick.
details and hard work Listed below are the traffic
r since has been promoted to the
et submarines (SSR) has been assigned
% :ourt penalties awarded at this
4 Aug. 14, 1951 when they were grade of Lieutenant.
to the Portsmouth Naval
the bottom rung on in station for traffic violations com
occupying Louise Bragg, YNT3 was
Shipyard Portsmouth NH.Rear
mitted for the II -'h
the ComAirLant totem period of :
safety Wichita, Kansas last weekend y
Adm. Homer N. Wallin, Chief of
13 to March 20:
VF-171 has started
pole a the National
J competing in the Navy Bureau of Ships has
Offenses L. J.
steady climb upwards in the Women's basketball tournament. Multiple : Cray
,. announced. PR3-Failed to register changeof
standings. She is a member of the Pepsi- I .
Since last August a five Cola Girls basketball team herein vehicle with Pass & ID office;
month cruise in the Mediter- Jacksonville.Able New Ammo DepotA improper parking-10 days loss

ranean area has been com- personnelman Sidney J. 14-million dollar expansion of driving privilege.H. .
pleted by the jet unit and all Bell who has been doing chief's program will get, underway this L. Smalley, SA-Improper
planes originally assigned toI work, now has attained that spring: at the Hastings,' Neb. Na- parking; faulty equipment; 1951
r them for the cruise were flown rank. val Ammunition Depot. The project state Tag-Restriction of car until
\ on their return. Drill attendance for this quar- will include construction of repaired
I During thet cruise a high ter has been very good. .The more than 200 storage buildings. M. E. Cutlip, AA- Owner of
.".. number of accident 'free car-' next drills are April 26 and 27. I I I t> car driven by SmalleyActionon

". y rier with more landings being were added effected to the Leaders in the safety pro- Air Force,. VF-12 Speeding Smalley: applies.C. E. Rich, AN-Re..

:- squadron consecutive total gram of VF-171, which is com .. ferred to Department Head. C.
,, when the USS Leyte (CV-32) manded by Lcdr. Helmuth E. Skippers Bandy r' ga2 J. Beck, FN-20 days loss of
..
was operating off-shore here Hoerner,- is the maintenance driving privilege R. C. Kelly, AA ,
recently. department. Aviation IdeasNavy -14 .days loss of driving privlege '

. and Air Force operationsand Miscellaneous Offenses: B. L.

tactics highlighted the con- Wisher,-Involved in accident-- ..
'S versational hours of two skipperslast 30 days loss of driving privilege, -
week when Lt. Col. RichardE. R. L. Waltz, SA-Faulty equipment I
Turner, USAF, commanding -10 days loss of driving \
officer of 232 Jet Fighter Inter- i privilege.B. .
C ( epter Squadron, Burlington, Vt., r j C. Bailhe AAUnauthor-
I paid an unofficial visit to Comdr. ized entrance to NAS (No station
John L. Carter, commanding offi- tag-7) days loss of driving privilege -
cer of Fighter Squadron 12, .
NAAS Cecil Field. R. C. Williams AA-Improper ..-
From the discussion hid by parking-Car impounded for 5 ""
the duo, many new ideas were days ,,;g:
brought forth and will be tried F. W. Nieweg, AN-Involved in i
by each squadron. accident-15 days loss of driving
Both pilots are combat veteransand i privilege.W. .
saw extensive action during Sloan, AA-Failed to turn
World War II. Colonel Turner in Station Tag on. disposal of
flew numerous missions over Europe car-10 days loss of driving priv-.
as a fighter pilot while ilege.
Comdr. Carter engaged in the P. J. Kelly, AN-Failed to turn
.r battles,of the South Pacific Theatre SULTRY SCORCHER -Actress in Station Sticker when vehiclewas
. .; : 0" AIR FORCE-NAVY CONFAB-Lt. Col. Richard E. Turner, while serving aboard. the USS Rhonda Fleming puts one traded- Restriction of car
. ,1f'! f. (left), commanding officer of the 232nd jet fighter interceptor iVasp. foot forward as she models a until Sticker fa returned.C. .
IoQ4 squadron, Burlington, Vt. is checked out In Banshees by Comdr. I new type sarong. She wears A. LaHuis, Cpl-No Station
John L. Carter commanding officer of VF-12, during the Air I know a girl who flays she the creation in her latest Tag or Decal-Restriction of car .;,
Force officer's visit at the squadron recently. During<< their discussion / I wants to marry a sailor and rear movie' role which I is fittingly pending receipt of proper registration "
each got new ideas from the other. admirals. titled "Tropic Zone." and safety check.>



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Six JAX AIR NEWS 27 March 1952
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HAW-1 Downs Fasron Six i '


ka


: : ri. For HAS League CrownHAW.1



,,. r proved to be the class ,of the NAS intramural basket
ball league by capturing.the NAS championship With a 57-43 win
over Fasron Six in the finals last Thursday. -
.. at t Never headed in NAS competition
1 HAW-1 layed earlier in the week when
or tourney play,
moved into a best two-out-of- playoff games were necessary to
55"t three playoff with ANP) Students determine the league championsfor
final standings. Communications
NATTCenter champions,
defeated
had previously
for the station flag.
6k .
5 ComFairJax to annex the National
played
The first game was
Tuesday night at the Mainside League pennant:

4 .iYM gym, the second is slated for Tuesday night, after Fasron'Six '
Thursday 2000, at the NATTCenter had drawn a bye to cinch at -
gym. If a third game is necessary least a second place finish in the
\ } it will be played Fridayon American circuit, HAW-1 downed
a neutral court, the NATTC VC-62, 74-61. to move into thechampionship

auditorium, Building 563. c a50. ,

Tom'Tobin displayed his smooth Tobin again demonstrated top
and"accurate brand of ball to form as he sent a telling 24
S rt pace the Heavy Airmen in their points through the hoops, teammate -
S SSr championship bid, meshing seven I Doc Edwards adding 23. The
S. Sr from the field and one from the winners rushed to a 35-31 inter-
charity stripe for 15 points. mission bulge for a lead they

'\'- Jim Murray tallied 15 points never relinquished.Al .
for the losers, but his efforts Bullard and Ralph Stewart

VIE FOR STATION CROWN-NAS league winner Hat-Wing 1 (top photo) and NATTC alone were not enough to bring paced the losers with 25 and 19
champs Airmen Preparatory School Students (bottom) clash this week for the All -Station intramural victory from the fire "as Tobin points respectively but receivedno

crown. Hat-Win team members Include, front row, left to right, Harry Buchanan. Henry and company shot their way past aid from their starting aggre.
Traford, Slick Coll, "Mouse" Fowler and Hank Fleming; Back row Len Gisiner, Jim Shadburn, the Fasron defenses- for the lop gation.In .
Jack Price, Tom Tobin Neil Wallace Doc Edwards and Earl Lewis, coach. In bottom picture are sided margin. the American League finals
Students, kneeling, Gaylord Vogt, Vernon :McDonald, Allen Foster, John Baker and Bill McVey.: HAW-1 gave Fasron Six a pre-
Standing, Bob Rothaher Jim MeWhirter, Jim l\lenna, Bill Lincoln Herb Thompson (coach. ), Bob Tourney competition was de- view of what was ahead as they

English and Larry Byers. pounded the Fasronites, 70.5",
I after commanding a 39-25 lead at

the midway point.
Linksmen Annex .

A trio of Heavy wingers' com- .
bined their talents in the well
Matches
2 Of 3
; balanced attack, Tobin and Edwards
getting a baker's dozen

Record Now 72In and Neal Wallace chipping in one -r_
less. Bill Bailey led the losers ""

and was high point man for the
Spite of four top men on the Y
with 15 markers.
evening
golfing ladder entered in the Jax:
for the
The stage was then set
and unable to Jax
compete
Open playoffs, first place in the American -
\, Navy golfers won two out ol circuit meeting second placeof
three matches in last week's com. the National League and the \
with the Georgia Bulldogs r c ti
petition
} __ tt ac __ runner-up in the senior division
and NAS Patuxent River.In doing battle with the National
Saturday's match with Pa winner..
pennant
tuxent River the Fliers humbledthe '' ti Fasron Six, behind the shooting -
c
River men, 4113. In the 3- of Bradley Kidd and Murray

way meet Sunday, the Fliers; pushed their way past Communications

again downed Pax in Nassau play, 74-64. displaying an ,uncanny
lOVs-7'4, while succumbing to( eye for the bucket from
the Georgia Bulldogs, 9Vi-8h. all angles.
The first Jax team of Jim Gray Kidd and Murray got 23 points
*nd Ken Sutton knocked out Pa. i each while Ed Wagner spun for
, tuxent's Tony Greco and Hugh 24 from the Communication piv.

d Baskette 624, Saturday. The ot post. A 42-24 halftime lead was .( I
No. 2 team comprised of Dave all the margin the Fasron five
Moody and Lou Chaff defeated needed to gain a berth in final '
Rivermen Ray Sarbrough and play
Bill Haak, 7-2, Harry Boswell and .
John Prince of Jax took Allen Continuing their high scoring

Conners and Bill Stephenson,, ANP( ) Students Grab Initial Softball Managers: pace, lIA 1'-1 became the second I

.tt To :Meet March 28 finalist with a convincing 80-64
Fliers Bill Barrow and Mel ;thumping of ComFairJax. Wal-
Bell trounced Floyd Nugent and Managers or representatives of Tobin and Buck Buchanan
ace,
Dick Wetmore, 6-3 while Jack NAS Softball teams interested in the big for the winters
67.65 were guns
Downey and Lou Hoskins of Jax Station Playoff Tilt entering teams in the intramural Wallace claiming 16 and "-..
softball league are requested to
took Mitchell and Joe Diehl 9-0. the latter pair 14 apiece. ,
Downey's 75 on the 18 was good be present at a meeting to beheld In the battle for third and
for medalist honors for the day With the pressure of a four-ton boulder on his shoulders, March 28 at 1000 in Building fourth place in final standings of

Sunday the men from Georgia calmly meshed a 930.Shadburn( the Iron Man Trophy chase, Com-
ANP sharpshooter
) ,
U got off to a good start when Bill McVey, lanky Fair overcame a 36-35 halftima

Griffin Moody toppled Lou Chaffof brace of free throws in the final seconds to give the Studentsa and Harry Buchanan deficit held by Communications .

Jax 3-0 Flier Bob Wallacelost verdict HA\V-l in the first play-off game for claiming an even dozen each. to take a 79-77 verdict. .
G7-65 over
to Frank Stevenson, 3-0, and The second game of the best The ball game was Frank Mer-
Ken Sutton of Navy lost to Lester the station cage title, in the Mainside gym Tuesday night. of three play off will be staged riwell from the opening tip off.

,Kelly 2-1. winnersof this evening at 2000 in the he lead changing hands frequently -
>., jim Gray of Jax dropped No- The Heavy Airwingers, after both found their mark the NATTCenter gym Building 513, until the final whistle.
len Richardson, 2V4-&, Dave the NAS title, held a 2-point Airmen could do no more than and should HAW-1 notch the wina Both teams matched shots at the

Moody smothered Bulldog Garry margin entering the final minute fire a desperation shot,which fell third and final game will be gratis line, but Communicationsell I'
Pleger, 2-1. and Mal Hirsch of and 25 seconds of play before Art short. played at the NATTC auditorium one short of the winners' 33-

Jax toppled Troy Smith, 3-0. Johnson intercepted a HAW-1 Bud Goold paced the winners, a neutral site, Friday at 2000. field goal total.
The rest of the Patuxent team Frank Chance hit pitched Bob Stearns and Butler with I
who held a 29-27 halftime bulge, was by I
was either tied or beaten with pass to knot the score for the with 18 points while McVey and balls 5 times in one day, three 19 points each, headed the Com-
Jim Gray of Jax defeating Allen Students on a driving lay up. Jim Wewhirter added 14 apiece. times in the first game and twicein air five while McElvana and

Conner, 3-0, while teammate The stage was then set for Me- Tom Tobin Was the big gun for the second of a 190-1 double- Wagner canned 22 and 20 points \t
Dave Moody had to settle for a Vey's winning charity pitches and the losers as he canned 19, Jim header. respectively for the losers. ,
split with Harry Helfnch 1-


Hirsch 1%, each with came man another through posting tie for lta-1's a 74.the Mal,locals to 'Always Like To Stick With The Champ': Speaker I Ito


wind up the competition. "I always like the cham- and Bob Lemon on hand, it's staff, the Giants could do it recall him at the close of the

ANP Students pions", declared Tris Speaker,, I hard to discount that kind i of again," Speaker added. summer. .
( )
Top all-time baseball great and a power:'_ The question was raised con
member of baseball's Hall of fat ed to cerning Bob Feller's chances of The spring of 1916 found the
NATTG Bowling PlayANP Fame, when quizzed as to probable i g e i'"r being elected to the Hall of hard hitting centerfielder involved .

pennant contenders in the sponse from Fame, an honor bestowed on in a trade that sent him .. 'I
) Students virtually if hitters at Speaker in 1937 and the aging ..
r forthcoming diamond campaign. our to Cleveland, where he remained ..
NATTCenter intramural
clinched the
I
Furthering his choice of the f the close of but vigorous baseball wizzard through 1926. Taking over the
bowling title last week as New York Yankees, 1951 World r last season," answered, "If any pitcher ,belongs managerial reigns in 1920
f J the league moves into its final Speaker said, he does. to the
Indians
the
Series victors. the greying mentor Speaker paced
round of competition.Play ; of the Cleveland Indians'farm + "and the Yan- "I don't see how they can keep American league flag and an m
found
last week eight training camp at Daytona kees had more him out as he's broken or tied eventual win in the World Series, 'V u!
more maple followers joining the stated "They're the than enough every record possible." Speaker Cleveland's first title. \tnPage 'J
Beach 1
2()() Club". The list includes continued. Furthering the discus-
knock
to
till they get beat soyou've power with
played
champs In 1927 Speaker
Services 232
Bateman Special ,
;
added he
of of Feller Speaker
out
Speaker Boston sion
to stick with them. and the
Senators
_. Greene, AE School, 218; Dem. got Cleveland fireballace the Washington
the
the featured the race'and go on to win the thought Cobb and
! Marines. 213 Kaufman Speaker was following year with Ty
1 ; mond. ; could have won over 25 last
. Dispensary guest at the third session of the flag."Dale. Eddie Collins, rang down the curtain
AE School 202 Johnson, -
i ; Baseball Training Mitchell, Larry Doby season and that, "he might do
Car Iso 208 Jax-Navy Boys' on his major league career
s 202; n, this
Air Sta- Al Rosen should have good the same season.
Schreck, 202 and Warman, 201, Camp at the Naval and about Billy Joe under the man he termed the
and if they can produceas To a question
all ANP) Students tion last Saturday and followingan seasons greatest manager in the history "
instructional period for the expected well it'll be any- Davidson, Cleveland's $150,000 of the game, Connie Mack and
The standings: youngsters took time off to answer body's race," the silver tongued rookie hurler who is A-l in the his Philadelphia Athletics. I!
.l.UANl' stated. "He'll probably
Tare l' popped his farm mentor explained.In draft Speaker
3TMarine many questions At the completion of Saturday's
Student
( ) be the highest paid privatein
.tr to about
' atANP < way 1 iy the older diamond "bugs"in response a query school session Speaker re-
the Army.
AO Ship's CO. attendance. the National League leader,
Ah bchool: 30 Speaker held to his statementthat Speaker broke into professional lated that he was very impressedwith --
Ship1 Co). 2-:' the work being done for
( > to beat the baseball with Houston of the
Services 21 "However, we're (Cleveland) you've got
Special and that he would
livpenaary Q; to win.Speaker champ. "If Leo (manager Leo Texas League and in 1907 was the youngsters
Aircraft Madnt **' retaliated good enough as he defended the Durocher) continues to get the called to the majors by the Boston make it a point every season to
IT 17Cnmmliuary Indians', pointing out that with power at the plate that was in Red Sox. Unable to make the have at least one representativefrom
.AU"A" btudenU 17 front line hurlers like Bob Fel- eminence at the close of the '51 grade the following season the the Cleveland organization

!AK*. Ul.'j School 13 5 Iler, Earty Wynn, Mike Garcia season to go with his fine mound Sox sent him to Little Rock, only on hand for the proceedings. "'







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27 March 1952 JAX AIR NEWS $z Beven


WONDERFUL COURSE


Golfers Offered'The Best' in WayOf I




Facilities, Equipment Here .

Try to find someone here on '
CLUBS MAY BE rented at the
Saturday or Sunday and it's a
,,:f
18-hole main course for 25 centsor
good bet you'll find him at one of
;': .,: the most popular spots at the Na- may be checked out free of

'rt. val Air Station, the beautiful 18- charge at the Auxiliary .course
\ ::" "' hole station golf course, or at the for the less experienced golfers.
", nine-hole auxiliary course at Caddy carts may be rented for
,
/ Mainside.The those not wishing to carry their
t ,I! i, bags around the course.
" base course is one of the
: :i best in this section of Florida. Free instruction is given each'
, .' I{! ,The greens are in excellent Saturday by Fred Ghioto, assis-
/J' -- shape, the tees are well watered tant pro at' the auxiliary golf
-;" o(.f'1 The NAS links clubhouse is located amidst pleasant surroundings. Here golfers check in and and resodded and the fairwaysare course. Lessons may be taken

".,: out, and talk over the "ifs" and "buts" of the day's came over drinks and refreshments. neatly cut and rolled periodically from either Jack Harvey, station
: )) and allow for good lies. pro, or Ghioto by appointment.Good .
:!i All Navy personnel including quality sand goes into
officers and men, have use of all all the bunkers which are raked
"', the privileges of the club, includ- every day. The greens are cut
.... t ing shower and locker facilitiesand and rolled daily also.
snack bar. For one dollar a *

month they may store their clubsat BENCHES ARE spread aroundon
.'::, the club house with the as- most of the greens for those
t'::' surance that they will be cleaned who would rest or argue about
o and safely kept free of corrosion their score. Drinking ;fountainsare

1 :+1 a scattered around as are rain
,, aX--r aS .i f I A PAVILION with sun umbrellas shelters. On the 7th and 14th
",: dresses the front of the tees buckets of iced beer and
5''
: club house and provides a fine pop are sold during the summer
place for grabbing a sandwichand months. A coke machine awaitson
a cup of coffee between the 14th tee. Ball washers are
nines or at the conclusion of play stationed at every other hole.
S S Another big feature is the driv- About the only facility missingis

ing range located near the 18th an instrument which can swing
green. Here one can hit balls to the club for you.

r r te' his heart's content without ever The course here is largely self-
tea ? i going out on the course, and at supporting, with much of the
,,' iI I a very nominal price. Many personnel funds being 'derived from green
', have learned to hit the fees, with a little support coming
L :. ball properly with practice on from the Welfare section -of the
.. IOlIJol!:
>' .4' this range.
"t S. Services department.
"- -; : Near the No. 1 tee is Special.
"Watch 't tlert hand" cautions a neatly be thank-
Station personnel can
laid putting and at the foot
green
,.5 assistant pro Fred Ghioto Not swanky, but neat and appealing:. Here is where dubbers of the club house is a chipping ful that such a course is avail-
-, u as he instructs pupil Charles and pros alike congregate when its gets a little warm. This sun able here Being able to play on
\ Schild during lesson period. porch affords a nice view of the course. green. a good course is the ambition of
"'j A free instruction class is conducted 'Q every golfer and here is one thatis
each Saturday. so nominal so convenient. It
TrackmenEye I kLI is a real break for golfers.
Piva Scores Ace I I
l
\ The third ace of the year by a
Jax Navy golfer was posted last OpenerWith '' 5 PistolmenCopHonors

week by Jack Piva at the Day- :( I 9M
tona Country Club on the No. 2 JJCJax In

green.A: .
5 iron breached the 186-yard
Navy cindermen continuedto Y
distance to give Piva the first Two EventsThe
55 hole-in-one in his links career. prep for their opening dual

match of the season, April 4 with 1
'. ; four-man pistol team from
.''! Jacksonville Junior College as > $ Jax Navy blazed away at the var-
FAW-11 Moves they workout five times a weekon w i ; ious targets at the National Pis-

the NATTCenter and Lee tol Shoots last week at both

..r I Into NAS Keg Lead High schoolovals.. Tampa and Miami, placing second -

't 1 time in Competition for team berths is in the All-Around Militaryat
second
; For the as wide open and numerous collegiate __ ___..__________000_'___.__.___.________._____.____ Tampa.
'' many weeks the intramural keg- The team was composed of Bob
55 ing lead on the NAS alleys stars from the Jacksonvillearea Air The putting: green located near the first tee, is well kept and Stringer, John Lucas, Melvin
NATTC NAS Fleet -
changed hands, this time FAW-11 constantly in use. Bell and Ben Preston. Carl 13errt.S
,i romped into a healthy 4 point and Cecil Field are displayingtheir and Jesse Blanton traveled with
lead at the end of Monday night's wares before head coaches the team and competed in the individual -
play. Roger Moen and Dick Beaver. Fliers Down' Stetson Hatters 10-8; shooting. Forty two

VP-3 rides herd on the leader Moen, a former track star of teams competed in the Tampa
four points behind. Duke University, said "We'vegot Open.
action O&G a pretty good start and I Split Pair With Georgia Teachers Stringer Stars i
In Friday night's
"' think we have the nucleus of a In the 21 matches of the Miami
1 accepted a forfeit from VC-5 Officers fine team. We'll take quite a BULLETIN: The Fliers scored a 10-8 triumph over the Stetson Flamingo Open, Bob Stringer
and knocked down a total few firsts, but our second places University Hatters Tuesday at Mason Field for their second win in took top honors in the National
of 1991 pins. will be few."Although. three starts. A big third inning which netted nine runs did the trick Sharp Shooter in the 45 aggregate -
Fasron Six No. 2 collected the I don't anticipatea for the Flyers. and second in both the 22

second forfeit of the night over brilliant season for the team," and 38 aggregate
series with Teachers last
Georgia College
Splitting a two-game
y the VF-13 crew and tossed for a Trophies
"I do believe Collect
Moen furthered
week-end Mason Field, the Jax Fliers readied themselves for
2150 pin total. on
j that we will have one that will John Lucas collected two tro-
week of the 1952 diamond
intensive competition
another as campaign -
Monday found MAD, third reflect credit on Jax Navy as a full phies and five medals Bell took
place team, taking a forfeit I whole." gets into swing. away seven medals Preston 10
Presbyterian-
match from Naval Hospital and : Receiving considerable attention This afternoon standat advantage, a lead they never re- medals and one trophy while
College opens a two game
making 2388 for its total pin fall Blanton made
I trophy.
during recent workouts are the local orchard and Mondaythe linquished.Tom Berg won a
I for the night. 'I quarter miler Don Funk, Univer- Fliers are on the road with NeeIe;-'s first of four off with three medals and eight
; O&R suffered through a sound sity of Missouri, high hurdler and Stetson University. singles drove m the Fliers first trophies end two medals were
defeat Monday night when Infirmary javelin man Dean Brittenham, tally in the fifth inning, but the awarded Allan Johns. Stringer
,I came through with a surprise University of Nebraska, and half The visiting Georgia Professors visitors added three more in the copped 16 medals and seven
win of three games and miler Jim Twilley. found little trouble in tak- sixth to ice the affair. Both clubs prizes in the two tournaments.

total points of 2398-2201, to cop Over 25 men are vying for ing a 6-2 verdict last Friday in pushed across a single runner in tims. The Fliers put together one
I. all four points. positions on the squad that will the season opener, as they took the final frame. less base knock, but bunched
The Air Wingers showed how see action in local, interstateand advantage of faulty fielding in John McCaffrey worked seven ,them for the win.
". they climbed to the top by dropping inter-services matches. the second inning to grab a 2-0 innings for the losers, allowingfour 17a.. Teachers.An

4' ,. Commissary handily in all ,. ---- ,.,... ... hits, claiming three on Griner 2b 3 11 1 1'0 2. 3 A
.
-- -
three games and picking up pin strike outs and issuing six free Mallard .Ib. 1 0) 2 1
fall)) point by a 2233-2053, marginto passes. Gene Clifford finished the Sullivan, II :5 2 2 3
Moore, It 4 1 3 0
their lead.
post ", but McCaffrey was charged
game Smith, d lOti) 0
The Standings with the loss. DI'IRtf'U.' If 2 1 0 0
5 2 9 O
Teen tamn: rt.. Poweli Ib
2. O
5 1
Dykes, rf
}VP-3'A\\.11 17 55 Last Saturday Ken Peterson Hogan 3b 3 0 0 :..ISparkl.
OAR 37 50 went the distance for the localsto e 4043.
0 0awhit'n
1 J
MAD 16 50 register the first win of the Parsons p 1 1 0 0
I Kas.K Six No. 1 15 46 I < 1 4) 4)) 2Totals
'a ron 109 16 40 _/ / season, nudging the Professors, Whaley' p
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Infirmary 36 37 6-5. The Fliers jumped to a 6-0 f
Personnel 16 33 33 margin at the end of five innings, Hwy
No. 2 16
Kas.
Six n.11 1'0 A1ee1ey
single runs in the sec- "
CommlssnKasron 15 ;30 scoring
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4. 2 5 3
SIHospital 16 29 ond and fifth and a brace in both Coughlin' 2b, 3b 5 2 0 4
_ 16 15 n the third and fourth, but the vis- LIgon IS 4. 0 1 :..ISchUCk''l
VP-5
15 15 itors narrowed the count with rt 2 0 0 o
VC-5
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it 4. 2 4 0
,, i l Radio 13 J5 34 14 four counters in their half of the MoOi land, ct 4.. 0 2. O'Rf'itf'nol1l'
U&H VF-13 lSU: sixth.A C :t 0 ti 0 -
Brock lb 4 0 6 1
\ in the seventh
single run
Peterson, p 4. 1 1 1
. ; brought the count to 6-5, and Total. 3t II n na..lnglt'd a
}i: More Sports on Page 8"You're d eCVvC. that's where it stayed as Peter- Score by for innings1Ca Parsons In tth

:" l son shackled the Georgia bats Teachers 000 004 100-5
,; after they had loaded the bases Jax Navy 012:. 210 OOx-6

,,:., right, sergeant," said with none out. R-Neeley, Reitenour CouchlJn., Brock.,Schucker Moorc.DrtgKer, Heth-*
,. r;: I the CO, "that new man is much Neeley, Frank Hethcox and t ox'oweH, Dyke Whitman E-fiilUvan:
too thin to be digging foxholes. Jim Coughlin were the big guns 3. Hogan Mallard\ CouRhlln, Mooie-
.'."IfY 1 Put him to work cleaning rifles." in the Fliers attack as each posted land, Reltnour. RBI-Dykes; 2, Gilner,

.", .1 1'Y es.. sir," replied the sergeant. .. a double and a one baser. 'nour.: Power,
'. : I "Shall we push him through head CINDER WORK-All strain but no pain..that's the expression Dale Reitenour drove in two runs jflt.lethcox.Ga. DP-Hogan 10, Jax 0. BB-Oft Mallard Peisons. 4
i'{; : first or feet first?" on the face of Bill Schroeder as he is clocked by Chief Don Ilydell to pace the RBI column. Vhaley 1, Peterson :I. SO-Dy Parsons
while breaking the tape in the 220-yard dash on the Lee high With the exception of the sixth, PaT' :11In2,5 Peterson 6. Hlt-Oft

":;:" Girl to date in night club: "I school oval. Schroeder is one of the many Navy stars workingout Peterson was the master all the 3. WP-Petrrson.(6 loosing runs). Whaley piteber 0 Par.ons. lit.
think I'll have another drink. It for the coming track season which gets underway April 4 way, scattering eight singles and Umpires Maxwell and J.landrlmer4j
makes you so witty." with a dual meet against Jacksonville Junior College. claiming six third strike vie- lme 223.,
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Dialogue Push Drills

(Items offering for sale articlesof

I For City PlayVarsity property such as washing machines
"Station
( Dialogue": providesan automobiles furniture,
opportunity for military and I radios clothing, and the like are
civilian softball moved a week ,
personnel of NAS to
voice their opinion on a questionput closer to its opening encounter in prohibited by Defense' Depart-
ment This column
regulations.
the City Softball League. April
to them by a Jax Air News
will however, list such servicesas
reporter). 14 as the locals continued prac- I
... .* tice on the diamond near Enter- available housing, rides want-
and Mustin Roads. ed, lost and found articles, and
Today's Question is: "Since prise i{ other similar notices).
April Fool's Day falls on Tues Last year the "little diamond"men FOR RENT
climaxed their with I'
day what Fool's prank would season
like to play on someone? Or, what you a victory in the Duval County Furn. 2-rm. apt., 2 ml. south of
prank was pulled on you in the Championships: and this season f NAS. Box 4-13A, Mrs. R. S.
past? with a large number of returning Bradley.
M M veterans on hand the Fliers r5".t Furn. 2-rm. & 3rm. apts.. 1619
Lt. Lloyd E Resler Fasron 6. anticipate another good summer 1 Z T h Walnut St. Mrs. T. L. Schulen-
session. berger Ph. 7-8109.
Power m.._......._Plants......... Otfuei With Furn. 3 cottage 5459 Herald
"Since A the exception of a gap at -rm
priFool's shortstop the infield is dotted St., Mrs. R. W. Bauldres. Ph. 2-
day callsfor ; with members of the '51 edition, 9885
> practice!I I Bob Horton at first, Malt Fedak Furn. 5-rm. house $93 per mo.,
I t jokes one! holding down keystone duties f j a x Oscar M. Dean. Shop No. 4112-
could put Limburger and Paul Iazzino at third. | : O&R Ph. 8-9683 after 1000.

cheesein On the mound Al Gonyea returns ......... .. +M Furn 2rm. apt., 2636 Myra St.,
the air-con-- for his share of starting --- -- '" "---'--'"-- -- Mrs. W. H. Cowart Ph. 7-8516.

ditioninc svs- assignments and Bill Perry, a TIPS FROM: BASEBALL GREAT-Plenty of wrist and follow- Furn. single rim 2503 DellwoodAve.
Resler tern" newcomer is expected to bol- through..explains Tris Speaker, one of the original members of W. G. Bowden. Ph. 7-5626.
I 4 ster the staff. Outfielder Bob the Hall of Fame as he heads a discussion group in the outfield I Porn dble-rm., Ph. 7-4788 Mrs
I John F. Campbell, AN. Fasron I Trotter rounds out the list of re- during the third session of the Jax Navy Boy's Baseball Training I Dodd.
Six: turning Fliers. Camp held last Saturday. In charge of the Cleveland Indians Furn. 3-rm. apt. 610 Nelson St.,
Ul set a ribbing .. I j farm training camp at Daytona Beach, Speaker took time off : Doris Bryant. Ph. 889081.
:: about being r Charlie Wheeler has received' from his duties to pass along to Jacksonville youngsters some of I Furn. 2rms., 2601 Park St.. Mrs
I a fool every considerable attention for the vacant the know-how that earned him a lifetime batting average of .311 S. R. Houston, Ph. 82770.
I hole at shortstop and Cliff 22 Furn. 3-rm. apt., Hywy 220 $25
I I over seasons.
day not .
I just on the 1st T Pi"\ctt will; lInrln"ht" -- '-outfield) T. E. J en k'ins: Ph. 112'U.h'0 ."''.'2.I 4.
II of April. I was I some patroling in the : .Furn. dble. rm., 1102 Acosta St.,
born on April Positions are still open and competition Iris Thrills Lads Mrs J. H. Fleming. Ph. 7-5317.
welcomed the Fli- Speaker
is as
Fool's day andas I ; Furn. 3rm. apt., 919 Rosselle
I far as jokes erg work out daily, ; at 1COO. Ave Mrs. E. H. Rhodes, Ph. 8-
I I 2655.
that people 1 Campbell 'Finn single rm.. 2333 Post St.
I pull, I "think thats' just a!> bad Tennis Team Fourth Session Saturday Mrs. Gladmon, Ph. 7-5638.

I,I t as any Furn. 2-rm. apt. (from April 1 to
i t I June 1)), 3022 Post St. Lt. (jg)
Edward M. Bay!. AN. Fasron Starts OffAuspiciously I Final selections for the all-star teams which will clash on the i Klingelhoffer, Ph. 8-3005.

51. .: ..._._ i fifth and final session of the fourth annual Jax-Navy Boys' Baseball Furn. single rms. with board
H 3 i "As a kid I Training Camp will be made Saturday at Mason Field with the I'i 1 1035 Riverside Ave., Mi s. Guy

s Y,"} used to switch I I older youngsters receiving!: top priority.. .. . _. ,I Wood, Ph. 8-3256. _u _
the and I Due 10 me fact that this year -- -- -- unturn.. b-rm.. apt., on Edison
sugar Jax Navy's tennis squad annexed probably will be the last for the OilS gloves. cards and whatnotsthe Ave., Mrs. Dykes, Ph. 4.3248
salt and such its second straight: triumph older boys, Camp pfficials decided boys presented Will share 5-rm. home, 3047 College .
othei little Monday defeating Duke Univer- to give them the nod as they For the third consecutive week St., Nona Cason, Ph. 2-
prank.around sity, 6-2, on the Boone Park name two men for each positionof the school attracted over 300 lo- 3552.

\i the home. At (courts the all-star teams.A cal enthusiasts and officials were FOR SALE
Bayl night a The only defeats for the Fliers trio of pitchers for each more than pleased at the show 2-bdrm, house Equity $1.250.
us used to pull a rope across groupof came in the No. 4 and 5 singles I squad will divide the mound duties ing made by these future stars of 6138 Lynwood Ave. (Wesconnet -
I
the nation's favorite
the street to see the cars stop, when Dave Lewis bowed to Dave running the team comple- sport. ) J. H. Dixon.
but an end was put to that whenwe Schimmel and Gail Davis to Kal- ments to 19 men. At the comple- i. I House trailer, Royal Mansion, 33'
stopped a cop." man Hettleman as the locals tion of the game, awards will be I In his opening address Speakertold with bath. Lot No. Ill Azalea
swept the doubles and 4 of the made to each participant as wellas the youngsters that to make Trailer Park Lt. Bateman Ph.
Chief Dominic P. Conte. Fas 6 singles matches. to outstanding stars who did make good ill the game today, ext. 263.Unfurn. .
t ron 51, Ordnance: Varsity net men made quick not make the squads. "You've got to want to play 2-bdrm. house. G. I.
work of Bolles Military Academyin .. more than anything else." Andthat's Equity, $41.50. 322/ Plum St.
"I've: never J**. j Last just what the boys displayed
the opening match of the sea- Saturday's program was Mr. W. R. Bailey.
naa any real son taking six of seven matches spiced with the appearance of as they hustled through Furn. or unfurn. 5-rm. house.,
comical joke :: with only two contests carrying I Tris i Speaker former major the two hour session that started 2152 Bayview Rd, Lakeshore
played on me; M into the third set. I league slugger who owns no less I with calesthenics and ended with I O. N. Edwards, Ph. 887245.
the In the No. 1 singles Ben! than a .344 lifetime batting( average :I spirited base running and sliding I 3-bdrin. bungalow, $6.500. 11430()
I f only thing Sobieiaj of Jax Navy, former for his 22 years in the big drills. I' Normandy Blvd., C. C. Putman,
;
that day le- Missouri Valley Singles champ of time. |i i Officials are still in the processof Ph. ext. 8249.
I mind me of is 1950. slashed Roy Lang. 6-0. 6-3. I, Speaker was a big influence on obtaining major league performers MISCELLANEOUSLostParachute

n present for ,. Sobieraj reeled off nine straight the youngsters as they ran for the .coming session. bag, containingone
before Lang could collectone. through their for the headof .
niy brother Conte I games I paces complete set flight gear.
born on 1st of April and for mwife's \ Cleveland's minor league farm 107 Win E-5 E6I 2 crash: helmets.. shoes laundry
Ii birthday, tine 2nd of April." I Webb Wins I camp Daytona Beach. The Indian bag. and other personal ef-
I Playing coach Leon \\ ilson in leader held a half hour session fects. Lost 2 wks ago. Ens. D.
Ted J. Kwiatkow. AA. VC-5: : the No. 2 spot, had a bit more at the plate that sharpened I i Ratings At NA TiC W. Balien VC-12, Quonset
"I was born I trouble with Dudley Johnson, the young hitting eyes after Certificates of issued Point. R. I. Finder notify
rating were
one of the better junior playersof which the boys held batting practice i TBixiones, Jax Air News.

on April Fool'sdi Florida finally taking him, 6- through most. of... the morning personnel yesterday of the to E-5 107 and enlisted E-6 Baby Sitting-Mrs. Glandon, Ph.
I
I so since 2. 6-3. Johnson was never out of I I 2-9785.
NATTCenter
am always subject the running however in spite of Taking time off from his duties rating InformatIOn groups by and the Education- Baby Sitting- Mrs. Dykes 627
to' much the scoie. | with the 11 minor league offi'e.The. Edison Ave., Ph. 43248.
kidding about The third bpot in the singles I \clubs at Daytona ranging from II I j Baby SItting-Mrs. Dodd, River-
fools etc, I was swept clean by Jack Webb 1 ,Class AAA to D. Speaker furthered certificates are from Bu- side Ave. Ph. 7-4788.
.hl\J._ n',1... ... ... 6-0 6-1, for Navy Jimmy his instructions with some t J Pers and certify that the tempo- Rider wanted from Beaches to
against
Kwiatkow&ki to !':aabout Bent. (of the finer points on patrolmg rary ratings received from the NAS, hrs. 0730-1600. Ens. P. S.
pranks." |the outfield. I I periods of Jan. 1. 1951 to Jan. 1, Schultz, Ph. ext. 8293.
'I Lose One Doubles Match The I 1932 are now permanent.
I! youngsters persisted on au- Riders wanted from 5 Points &
Lt. Albert E. Johnston, Fasron Gail Davis, fifth seeded man on i tographs from the former Boston : I I Riverside to O&R. 0700-1530. E.
I 6, Personnel Officer: I the Navy squad, slammed Tom-'' i Red Sox and Cleveland great'1! New Clerk-typist to irate CO: I L. Padrick, Ph. ext. 525 or> 7-
". i' really mv Mukler: quickly. 6-3 6-3, in 'i i and Speaker was more than will- "Ot course I can spell correctly I 6880.
u
i- the final singles of the day. I ing to pen. hilt name on the van- 1 but I'm not a fanatic about It." ..1 Ride wanted from Cassat & San
like to substitute 1 _. .
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-- -- Juan NATTC. hrs.
In doubles play Wilson and to 0730-1610
a trick Sobieraj breezed to a 6-1 6-2 win Mrs C. Brown Ph. ext. 839i.; ;
golf ball for over Dud Johnson and Roy Lang:: | wY .
; someone' i i n while a "Doc" Thompson-Gail'

particular s o 3 Davis doubles, combine team pummeled 6-0 6-1 the in111 No.- -' r .t R VF-172 ArrivesContinued

I that I could
) I oflicial play I ( from Page 1)
1 heat him at the .. I The onlv defeat on the hook
- 440 rail ,
cuts made.Damaged
game' Johnston roi: the Fliers sn came 'asH" resultof
I'of Webb and Leis bowing to were 20 locomotives
Quay and Mickler. (i-2, 6-2, after : 428 rail cats, 166 buildings, 107
taking the first set 6-1. ar vehicles 4 tanks, 7 highway
SABWODIContinued i. bridges M!: supply areas and 13
Tomorrow Presbyterian College fail :
( from Page 1) will vie for the tennis' lau- bridti"t *. ROn
rels with the Navy squad
such as: "Send a Blood DonationOn December 7, 1951! the pilots
Its Way"; "Some Ask Blood of Carrier Air Group 5, with
While Others Donate", or "Save Plan Atomic Test wluth, VF-172 was operating,
A Buddy With One Dollar In- ? honoi id the city of Jacksonville
vestment". Series At EniwctokWashington: I 2 2"MR by holding a "Jacksonville Day".

Too, there were those who felt ; (AFPS--A) new On this day all strikes made by
that it should be reversed to series of tests are being preparedat the air group weie dedicated to
read!: : "Invest Dollars on War the U. S. Atomic Energy Com I Jacksonville
Bonds and Save", and "Invest mission's Eniwetok Proving This was the first time in the
Dividends on War Bonds and Grounds the Department of Defense history of Task Force 77 that a
I Save." ham: announced.Test city had been singled out for

tt Other entries pertained to various operations are to be car- such an honor.
and sundry subjects such as ried out by Joint Task: force 132, I i Leading the strikes with a hue
Send a Balloon With Our Democratic composed of personnel: of the sign on his plane reading "JaCK.i .
Ideas"; "Serve and Be AEC. Army, Navy and Air Force. SALTY '. m. PHOTOGENIC' NAMED-Walter Landry i sonville Day" was Comdr. Barnett -
Worthy of Doing! It"; "Smile a Maj. Gen. Percy W. Clark!>on. IJ.M3, looks over the old paintings of himself :and a fellow winnerin I He took over the position of
Cit Whatever: Our Duty Is"; Deputy Commander U. S. Army the "Mr.: and ":\11' ) skipper' of VF-172 in March
end "Secretaries Are Beautiful Forces in the Pacific is the commander ter. 1951.: Previously he had been assigned
f Women or Drab Individuals." of the Joint Task Force. (whose polo is on left), was named Air Photogenic. Idea of the duty in the Office of the.
Now that SABWODI is known Full security restrictions of the contest which: began in February, was to find via photographsthe Chief of Naval Operations and in
.nd is connected with the Susstion Atomic Enerc'/ Act apply to most photogenic and "saltiest" sailor: at NATTCenter. Spillers 1947 he was executive officer of
Program, the appeal w, preparation for and time of the Photo Studio located at the Navy Exchange; sponsored the con- VF-171. the Navy' first. jet
*\Von i von SABW'SDI row'" I test test, with the 16x24 oil portraits aj prize I squadron



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