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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1953
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Headquarters of the Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville', Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval' District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
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VOL-10 No. 46 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 5 March 1953
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Carrier FDR k IIt21t it;, r Diplomas For




Arrives In ApprenticeSchool

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Jax FridayThe 4A + .ia GradsGraduation


45,000-ton attack carrier exercises for

USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Is !r \ 1Z eighty-nine Jacksonville men,

scheduled to arrive off Mayport to- 4 who have been enrolled in an .
morrow where: she will anchor and
apprentice J school conductedat
grant liberty to approximately
3.000 officers\ and men over the the Naval Air Station, will '

week-end. take place at 1930 Friday in.

Open house will not be held as Mainside Auditorium.

the giant flat-top plans to anchor A The graduation address' will be

off the Mayport jetties. given by Jack Kavanaugh, .

Training Flight chairman of the Naval Affairs ';'

Canter qualification flights'will Committee of the Jacksonville ,
be held aboard by CommanderFleet Chamber of Commerce following
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Air Jacksonville squadrons nm a welcome by Capt. Burnham C .

ext week. Present plans call forgetting DEPUTIZE STATION POLICEMEN civilian station policemen -- -- McCaffree, Commanding Officer
: underway early Monday take the oath as they are sworn In as deputies by Sheriff of the Station. The Valedictorywill
morning, Rex Sweat (right) The station police crew was deputized In an Navy Talent To be given by Donald A. Scott.
effort to aid In control of traffic and reduce accidents on Roosevelt -
Squadrons Aboard Boulevard Being sworn in are (left to right) Theodore ..plon :.,- StH'ond (1 I mediation
Composite squadrons from If a- Charles Backus, Albert Smith, Arthur Brown, Daniel Gunter Be Heard, SeenViafladioTV The exercises will terminate a
val Air Station's Patuxent River and Ben Klementowir. I four-year course leading to the '
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and Quonset Point, R. I. are cur ratingof mechanic. Applicants '

lenity aboard and will utilize the, To Patrol Roosevelt Plans are afoot here to organize are accepted by examination and
carrier for training; purposes dur- receive their training in the Overhaul *
ing her journey to Jacksonville, Jacksonville! Navy radio and Repair department and
Station Policemen Sworn In television' shows via local
and
The FDR left Norfolk Monday In Public Works This will be the
broadcasting and telecasting
Operational control of the carrier second graduation ceremony' since
while In the Jacksonville area station the school was organized, the first
will be under Rear Adm. Osborne As Traffic Patrol DeputiesIf Present plans call for the use held in June, 1951 Two other
B. Hardison. Commander Fleet Air of all\ available Navy and Marine classes are now in training ""-' :
talent in the area for at
Jacksonville!' Certificates of graduation will
you are stopped ,by a uniformed station"\ policeman) least three or four radio and be presented by Capt. Lepnldas D.

while driving between the Main gate and Timuquana or southof TV shows, or perhaps. more. Conies. assisted by D. R Whld-

Annual Red Cross the main gate, do not get excited. Entertainers I of all descriptions (den master mechanic, of the Overhaul *

will be needed. All personnel and Repair department' and
Policemen now have the authority -- ---- -- ------ !
Now any necessary arrests, or in the will be auditioned and by Com dr. Richard L. Mann, assisted *
Campaign to apprehend traffic violatorsin
event of an emergency, will escort screened and placed In categories. by E:. I.. Griffin, master mechanic ,
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this specified!' area the violator before!' a )justice of the If present' plans materialize I. of Public Works. Com! .I

Underway HereThe Six civilian station policemen of peace 1 1It the Navy will have a varietyof mendatlona will be presented by ;J>/
the Naval Air Station were sworn shows including popular I Captain McCaffree to honor slur.dents '. ..:
annual l Red Cross membership in last Friday as deputies by In hoped that with: the stationing singers, instrumentalists, choral Theodore \\', Bacmelster, t

campaign got underwayin Sheriff Rex: Sweat and will be AS- of the new deputized' patrol groups, musical (combos hill Frank O. Leigh, Mortimer 1<-:.
all departments of the Naval signed to aid in traffic control crew that traffic conditions on billy bands. and singers, ventriloquists Swanson, and Scott, valedictorianof
Air .Station following\ a meetingof in the area near the Naval Air' Roosevelt Boulevard* will be i im and otheis. the class.Applications, '
about 40 department representatives Station measurably1 improve. "
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Interested personnel 1 ran New (11\11I heady
in the conference room a a a The six deputized elation, policemen .
phone extension 521. 216 or are being received
Of Building 110. DKI'UTI/KI; upon the suggestion are Daniel' Gunter, Arthur'
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8184 or call in person at the now at the Naval Air Station or ,
Capt. Norman A. Hel/rich, Supply of the Jacksonville Safety '
drown, Albert Smith, Charles.I
Jax: Air News offices located the local Post Office, for a new
Officer, is directing( the Council, in a move toward decreasing Backes, Theodore Barton and Benjamin I' ,
topside Building 930, Malnslde.MAINSIDE entering class. A seven-hour ex
month-long drive the mounting* traffic toll on Klementowiz.
: anilnalion will be given April 2.
On Voluntary Basis the boulevard, the six men will patrol
I No experience 1.1 but
There will be no individual solicitation the Roosevelt Boulevard 81"- t necessary
j applicants other than veterans!'
the Captain informedthe tlon from Tlrnuqiiana to the south < ,
must' be between the of 16
group. But everyone is urgedto end of the station. The deputized and 22.The age
join the Red Cross on a purely new will be under the directionof
voluntary basis. The national Lt. Col. Paul Tieite), station I list of graduates is as follows .
'
organization is requesting a $7 Security officer.

million increase: over last year's Principal duty of the deputies, I Public Works, : James D, Brown,

quota in order to meet its new as outlined at last Fildjy's conference Thomas H. Gilmore Jr., Rudolph ,
obligation of procuring at least will be to co-ordinate traffic I C. Howard Frank H. James Floyd

five million blood donors contributing Inside and out of the Naval Air T. Johnson, Orva Jones, Jr., an to the nation's fight Roland T. Rond au.
Station They will be instructedto
against polio. concentrate their efforts upon I Overhaul and Repair: Charles

Gamma globulin, a derivativeof Navy personnel!' and Navy civilian : C Anderson, Larue Anderson Jr.,

blood, has provided a powerfulnew motorists but their new deputy : ; John F, Armstrong' James W. Ar-

weapon against the paralyzing status will empower/them also to 'nold, Theodore W. Bacmeister,

effect of polio by attackingthe regulate other civilian traffic. d Curtis L. Benton James O. Ben-
virus itself One dose will aIN way, John Birkbeck, Henry G.

protect a person for from one to AI'l'Jtl;IIENi11NU a civilian Bivins Jr., Archie Boatwright, Da.
five weeks. It has been estimatedthat motorist on Roosevelt Boulevard 111\ W. Bonnett, Wm. W. Brawell,

polio may strike in epidemic the station police will call upon i1. t4T4 Maitland M Browning, Van A.

proportions next, summer the county road patrol to make Butts Jr., Frank E. Byers, Phillip .
Nation's Goal Set B. Casoady, I, D. Castleberry,
Collection of blood donations Lucioua C. Cheater,Lewis K.. Cox,
WEATHER OUTLOOK
for use in fighting polio Is in addition : EXCHANGE RE-OPENS-In Monday. morning Alvin D. Crews, Win W. Dorr

to the large quotas now Friday-Partly cloudy, light variable ceremonies, Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree (renter) Commanding I busch, Garvts L. Dunn, Philip B.KggerU .
consumed by the national defense wind Temperature in Officer of the Naval l Alit Station; cuts the ribbon tape to officially ; Ronnald R Ernch Wai)

The Red Cross must con middle 60's. .. re-open MalnsJde's Navy Exchange In Building 27, Capt. Nor ter H. Fake, John H. Foster Jr.. 1

tinue to collect blood to meet the Saturday-Partly cloudy and man A. Helfrich (left), NAS Supply officer and Lcdr. John P. I Charles R. Freeman, Bobby 1..

day-by-day needs'of civilian hospitals warmer. South to SW wind! Wellborn (right, Navy Exchange officer, later accompanied Captain I Gibbfl, Kubon L. Oordy, ,John A.

of the Korean wounded, Sunday Partly cloudy andwarm' McCaffree on an Inspection tour of Use remodeled More, (See Hall, Homer W. HalUdy, David
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1) .- Southwesterly winds story' and more pictures on Page 8), (Pleas Turn &U Page K, Cot. 5))
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Two JAX AIR EWS' 5 March 1953




Jtlll-fik J *LIS- I Go Ahead, Park It There, It's Your MoneyGo I Altar Holds Guild InitialGathering



ahead and throw mon-
Published\ every Ttauriday for Navy kcllvlttet! at Naval l your
Air Slullori, Jacksonville, Fla ey away What's a mere fif-

JAS, J tU..,UI. teen dollars to a sailor? That green

('.apt. Eurnham C MoCaffree . CommandlnK Officer stuff comes so freely l anyway. An Altar Guild for All Saints
t'omdr.. James 11. Armstrong ... . .. .Executive Officer
Fleet Air J tk. nUIIneaivAcim. Why should you care what happens Chapel .was organized at a meet

Oborne B. Hardlson . .. . .Commander to it? ing held last week,
Cupt. How.c1 V. Hopkins .. . . . .Chief, of Staff The parking? problem along U.S. 17 Lcdr. G. Weldon Gatlin, Station

.. Fleet Air Mine KlMrndipt. outside of the base on Roosevelt Blvd. Protestant Chaplain, opened

Arthur S. Born .. . . .. .. .. .. Commander has become so acute that it I is ridicu the
Comdr. Joseph T. Thornton .. . Chief Staff Officer meeting with a prayer. He intro-
lous. Time and time again the wordis
K>T.t Air Terhalr Training Center % 0 duced Mrs. Burnham C, McCaf-

.apt. Edwin' R. Perk . . .. Commanding Officerromdr. distributed to the effect that it is a free, acting temporary chairman.Mrs. .
.. . . ..
Richard S. Stuart Executive Officer violation to park cars in that vicinity W. Kenyon Drake, president -
Naval H**,IUI x
Cap Dwight J. Wharton. ... .. . Commanding Officer j of St. John's Episcopal
.apt. Lie A. Nemon.._...._....:.. ,..kxecuihe Officer TIME AND time again wefve been Cathedral Altar Guild, spoke on

:UA1TUCflpt. told of the parking area where cars the vital work; of an Altar Guild.

Canton B. Noble . .. . Commanding Officer .,serving restrictions and the' like can be restricted areas. Fifteen dollars per as
romtlr. Anthony Trusso .. .. .... . ..Executive Officer much of hack
parked, but cars continue to be towed night shouldn't be too a Mrs David Humphreys was
The" JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at the U. S. all it will
the to be impounded.Do out of your pay After just
.' Naval. Air Station Jacksonville, Florida, and printed commercially away by police elected chairman of the new
I with non-appropriated funds at no expense to you know how much it costs to probably mean shortening up a little bit Guild, and Mrs. William
Dupree
government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35.
e.tr.i IMS. Copies are distributed free of C: park your car outside of the main gate? on liberties.The was selected secretary-treasurer.
l Air SUtton, the Naval Air Reserve Training: It will run anywhere from >"< .00 to (15.00( ) simple fact is that the parkingof
Mrs. James
Unit. Naval Air Station Cecil l Field, and the U. S. NUll Armstrong was
Hot.plUl. towage and storage charges. Is It worthit privately-owned vehicles along the named chairman of the Wedding
Editor-Andrew H Planey would be to leave shoulders of Highway No. 17 along the
It just
? BO easy
Staff Members: Marge FUKCO. JO3: Ed Henderson. Committee with 1 Mrs. Edwin
rNSN; Ann Ileail. JUSA; Mildred Mueller SA; Vivian your car' parked at Yukon where there Station boundary is prohibited for all Peck Mrs. Karl Imholte
and Mr
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Knox SA; John Chanat AN; Helen Harper.
Th JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Are facilities provided for overnight personnel of the Naval Air Station and Vernon Saultz as assistants. This
Foires Press Service. AFPS material appearing In this at authorized separate commands located aboard the
publication may not be reprinted without. the nrlltenpermlMion parking or xqnes. committee will be responsible for
rf Armed Forces Press Service- Republication Station. Reason for this is the inherent
of clher matter, except by service publication. Is prohibited decorations used at chapel wed.
without permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS.Editorial NOW, IF you happen to be filthy rich, danger of such unorganized parking to dings.
offices located Building 9;<0 (topside). Phone in and motorists.
ahead and leave car parked pedestrians
extensions 8184 and 216.r go your Mrs. McCaffree will be in

c ,. aww.rw charge Of altar linens, Mrs Gla-

: h a dys Butcher 'will do mending, and
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: ,, Mrs. James Armstrong and Mr.
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HO.SPITALHEADLINES: Karl Imholte will be responsible

.. for the altar during the monthof
$tJ. 1J. cv March.

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Mrs. R. W. Shrum, wife of the
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: Station's first chaplain, assistedat :

Captain Theophilus F. Weinert, : the organizational meeting.

executive officer of Naval Hospital t Members of the Guild will meeton

Jacksonville since April 29, V a:' the last Wednesday of each
month. All ladies interested ale
1952, has received orders to take
j3 cordially invited to attend.
command of Naval Hospital, ;
LtIn Also present at the initial meeting -

Guam, Marianas. Captain LyleA. :! were Lcdr. John Montgomen

Newton will relieve Captain r Fleet Chaplain; Lcdr. Harry P.

Weinert. '1'4 Farr, Hospital Chaplain; Lt. Dav '

J d Humphreys, NATTCenter
During the time Captain Wein-
Chaplain and Mrs. L. V. Swan-
;
ert has served as executive officer \ \4
son, Mrs. Harry. Farr, Mrs. Milton J.
he has had a unique and interesting
Kuolt, Mrs John Montgomery -
experience doing ob-
\ and Mrs. Marguerite Mattingly. ;-
strelics as a sideline <
I .
J J'i
While on duty in GuantanamoBay
TEN NEW MEMBERS
he delivered identical twin I

daughters for Chaplain and Mrs. \ JOIN ROSTER OF

Charles A. Dittmar, These twins HALF-GALLON CLUBThe
NEAT LAYOUT-Fasron Six's jet shop sets an example of
were born on March 23, 119.! The
good housekeeping with neatness of equipment and cleanliness of i Our membership of the Half
born Lady's Sodality
elder, Jacqueline, was at surrounding area. The jet shop got a "pat-on-the-bark" from the Gallon Club is steadily increasing

1000 weighing 7 Ibs., 5 ozs., and station safety inspector during a recent inspection. of the squadron. ;Holds Monthly MeetOur with 10 new members added
1007 weighing .
Jocelyn was born at -
thetotal
aa of last week,-bringing
7 lbs., 3 ozs. Jacqueline later Safety Is More Than JustA Lady's Sodality of SaintEdward's to 228.

married Fred L. Cofer, and they Parish held its monthly New members include:

are now on duty at the Naval Word At Fasron-Six meeting last Wednesday Father Lloyd Perrault, SN, Com Fair,

Fuel Depot, Jacksonville, Florida. John J. McGowan opened the Jax. '

Jocelyn is married to Mr. John P. Well aware of the Importance meeting with the rosary, Harry C. R. Mavs, O & R.
Wentworth, an electronicsengi t cautions during a recent inspec- Arthur H. Simmons AFAN.
,
Officials elected included
of accidents Mrs.
eliminating
the
unnecessary tion of u"dron.
neer, and lives in Cleveland, VC62.
Ohio. which could cause extreme. Stella Lodesky, prefect; Mrs.
Marge Baccash Betty S. Hoyt, Eupply.
bodily injury or propel ty loss, Fas I Dally Inspection ate made by vice-president; Pub
Mrs. Margaret Owens Guy H. Leonard, Jr.,
On November 1 1,1932, Dr. Wein- ron Six goes all out to stiesq Its the squadron's safety officer, Lt. Mrs. Doris Rockford secretry; lic Works.

.rt, assisted by Dr. Everett Clay- unique safety program.As I Edward G. Lorenz to aid in eliminating The treasurer. V; Sulton, ADAN, Cecil Field.D. .

ton, officiated at the delivery of a result, Fasron Six baa been t any hazards that may ex- sale Sodality will hold a cake H. Cochran, AN, ResFleet

twin boys for Lt. and Mrs. Fred commended by the station safety I I ist. Occasional pep talks within Sunday, March 22, in the (Sub Grp. 4)),
rear of the
. the elder inspector for an outstanding job each department are another im- Chapel, immediately Cecil
Cofer. Stephen, was J. R. Williams, AKAN,
born at 1410 and weighed 6 lbs., in maintaining high safety pre- I portant factor in keeping a low following the Masses. Field.
accident rate. These talks The ladies will meet
12' .ozs. David was born at 1415 .., ... .. .. ... are once a A. A. Terenzi, AN, ResFleetSub
presented by the department heads week on Wednesday at 1330
to
and weighed 5 Ibs., 11 ozs. Both : --i ( Grp. 4)
with open discussion on any issue I mend Altar linens. Help in this
boys are doing well and now Richard A. Jenon, AK3, Fas-
weigh 16 Ibs., and 14 Ibs, respectively. that comes up. Suggestions for I project would be greatly appre- ron 6.VC62.
\ Improving safety habits are glad ciated.
.
!II' ly accepted and given the highest tPIYIN
This unusual occurrence of delivering ; consideration.Department. Reviewed At

twins for a Navy family .. "h. ; .. .. .
': "j'{"",'.'''., .. ..,.: ))\ Annual InspectionVC62
and in a later cruise delivering ..
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I. llf'dll
Comdr.
constantly
are commanded by
twins of the elder of the original -
if' keeping an eye on their men to ( Noel R. Bacon was inspected by
for
twins is probably a record naval SERVICES/
medical officers. \ '. make sure they are'following the Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison,

proper safety precautions such as Commander Fleet Air Jackson-
.
Protestant
I
; : E wearing goggles and gloves along ville last Friday.
0330
All
Saints
AnnualContinued 'Iii": with various other corrective .ad-I 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.Chapel. The squadron was reviewed as,

part of the annual administrative,
( from Page 1) vice.Another 0930Sunday School

and of the nation's plasma reerve. means of bringing ev- 1045-All Saints ChapeL personnel, material inspectionheld
eryone's attention to better workIng throughout Atlantic Fleet

conditions are safety "posters Catholic0s0009oo10oo operating squadrons.
To meet these needs plus those
,
which are scattered freely Mass, St. Ed- Detachments of the unit go to
*t the regular services providedby throughout the l ward's Chapel.
squadron's shops sea with various fighter and attack -
the Red Cross this fund NEW HOSPITAL EXEC -
year's and 0645-Mass at Hospital
spaces.Interviewer Chapel.
Capt. Lyle A. Newton, has as- squadrons to provide photographic
goal for the nation has been set at 1 *
sumed his duties as executive Mormon coverage during airborne
|93 million. officer ef the Naval Hospital (marveling): "You 1930 TuesdayNATTC vhap. operations.

Results of the campaign cOn- relieving Capt. T. F. Weinert weighed 49 pounds at birth?" i lain's office. Accompanying Admiral Hardi
Jax will be Captain Newton comes (. the Recruit: "Yes, father
ducted at NAS re my was a Christian Science. was Capt.
front tour son on the inspection
Hospital a two-year
ported to Capt.- Helfrich on a i of duty at Naval Hospital, Phil- butcher, and" he kept his hands- on 1900TuesdayNATTC chap. Howard V. Hopkins, and staff of-

weekly basis.!' :adelphia. the scale. Iain's office. officers of ComFairJax.Page :.

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5 March .1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three :

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Man Your Spray Guns, 'That Nasty Ole Roach' Is Back Again !


"I've never seen .so many tips that should help. ing with insecticides containing
I-t chlordane, be sure there is: plentyof
roaches in a house before!t. Good housekeeping is a pre
That's the usual exclamation requisite. The empty "coke" bot- I ventilation.

heard here around this time tie should be rinsed crumbs shouldbe a a

of the year. ea carefully swept books shouldbe CIILORDANE excites roachesto

There are five Individual species 1 ac removed and checked occasionally an unnatural degree of activity
of common house-infesting and closet shelves should be and for a week or so it will

(Ths( i is the seventh 'In a series roaches and there are two other cleaned periodically. appear there are more roaches

of articles dealing with HW goveminent species that occasionally like to For chemical control of roaches, than before. This activity will die

officials share your bread.Preventive the use of two percent cholordaneIn down in a few days and the

(ly Arm.4 Form Pr.M SwrlcOARTHUR 'I Medicine Unit No. 1 deodorized kerosene is an accepted roaches will start to disappear.Floor .

E. SUMMERFIELD (formerly Malaria and Mosquito method. There are a number waxes with chlordane will
I
I'ohtmaster GeneralA Control Unit No. 1)) since its Inception of commercial products containing help but are not as effective am
has been the recipient of chlordane available. The I the brush methods, since waxes
leading in the election
figure an untold number of complaints best method of application is witha wear off quickly, and must be reapplied -
"
of President Eisenhower Arthur No not many, but the ones I
about these "nasty ole roaches. paint brush. every week
do have are pips!" I
K. Summerfield takes office we
as Its curiosity whetted the Unit *

Postmaster General of the United has been doing research into the der porches and around h n BASEBOARDS should be

States with an outstanding rec- life and habits of the roaches foundations. They infest any other painted two inches above and rt+h
found in the vicinity of the Naval where filth accumulates.The .
places
and
ord In politics and business. v below, All cracks holes
Air Station.
roach Is somewhat of a should be'treated in this same
The 1952 chairman of the Republican I
National Committee Is gourmet. lie feeds on magazine manner. This treatment must be fJiU'

a native of rinconnlng Mich. THEY HAVE found that some bindings paper coverings and I thorough, and extend throughoutthe
roaches live two and varieties of food and drink house but warned
lie started his first job at the as long: as many ( .you are
age of IS and six years later one-half years. Others live as little considered tasty by humane. Anything not to use chlordane over more 0

wan chief inspector of the Ammunition as two months. So take heart, I the roach crosses may be than 15 percent of the living area. '
Department of Chev- if that roach doesn't succumb to contaminated with his excreta. Other places that roaches may

rolet in Flint Mich la 1924, any of those insecticides you have infest must be treated. The ideais

he became an oil distributor and been using he's going to die one WOULD YOU like to know of a to create a barrier which any

developed his business Into one of these days anyway. good, sure-fire, 100% cure for roach must cross In order to Invade

of the largest Individual oil distributing Roaches ordinarily prefer warm roach Infestations? So would the the house. This treatment is

companies In Michi moist locations. During I warm Preventive Medicine Unit No.1. not to be repeated more than once --' -- .

gan. weather, they are often found un- However the unit offers a few every sixty days, and when work. "Oh Happy Day:"

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,j First Aid Get
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att.f MAINSIDE 4y Zt. Weekly ReviewThe
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Thur, 5 March
fi' first aid instruction ,pro.
Bandit of Sherwood
; ( gram at the Naval Air Technical
; Forest .......... (no information) Training Center is proceeding on

f I'rl., 6 March schedule with weekly review class

Jack McCall es for divisional representatives.

I Desperado..George Montgomery Purpose of these classes is -to

Sat., 7 March maintain a continuous program of
.
I instruction In first aid
Kansas Pacific .... Sterling Hayden a. 1 1f. emergency
Mr Summerfield entered the for all officers and men at the
I automobile business in 1929 form NATTCenter Center.

ing the Summerfield Chevrolet Thurs., &5 March Cycle of TeachingRepresentatives r

Company, now one of the largest The Star ................... Bette Davis from each division .
retail automobile agencies in the
Frl., 6 March appointed 81 first aid in

country. Bandit of Sherwood structors attend lectures given:by
During WWII he wa appointed medical officer. These then
Forest ...?.......'(no information) a men
Michigan chairman of become their divisional representatives
the Automobile Committee of Sat., 7 March : ':"} ': ''''' ; and in turn teach the people
Jack McCall : > \ }1>
the National Automobile Dealers : attached to their respective di
Association In charge of recruiting Desperado..George Montgomery vision.
for the Ordnance Dept., HOSPITAL TRAPPING QUAILFloridawildlife
17.8. Army. The committee recruited Thurs., &5 March officer, Leo Barrie, On Continuous Basis
demonstrates the proper way to The five lectures given to' the -
more thaa 5,000 skilled I Love bait a trap for quail (above) .
mechanics and several hundred Melvine .....-_. Debbie Reynolds and how to band the birds once division instructors are: -Essentials
officers. Mr. Summerfield was Fri., 8 March they have been trapped (bottom of first aid and managementof

cited by the Army Chief of Ordnance The Star .................... BetU Davis ). The propagation program wounds; shock; burns; artificial
which will be carried on
respiration and fractures. In'conjunction
for his accomplishment Sat., 7 March for a month aboard the station !
4c
with these lectures, films
.
will t
help replenish depleted
Bandit of Sherwood
are readily available to the instructors
areas in Clay and adjacent
Traffic Court Forest ............ (no information) counties. for use in helping present

.4 l 9 subjects. Refresher courses
Coveys Galore are given intermittently to allevi
Host To
Forty ate the loss of Instructors.The .

BreakersForty Hunter Baiting 50 Areas On Station 4, Bureau of Medicine's prescribed

Reg format for first aid instruction .

To Trap Quail But tlt's All LegalThe is kept on a continuous
to traffic violators appear basis with this set up. All hands

ed in traffic court during the hunt for quail at NASis now receive a good foundation of
in Clay county and is being
past two weeks. i on ; f basic first aid without the medical
carried out by the Depart. yM
It's all part of a programto personnel being deviated
Of the 40, twelve were awarded away
restock depleted quail areas ment of Florida Wildlife. __ __ ....mm...._ from their assigned tasks.
restrictions ranging from one Wildlife officer Leon J. Barrie I
February, and the mating season ----.5-
week to thirty days. is aboard for the of
purpose
will commence on the first of GC Awards PresentedTo
An offense which is beginningto l baiting approximately 50 areas in March, it is now the ideal timeto

rate high on the list of viola- j J W the vicinity of the skeet range. In set and bait the traps for the Marine Sergeants
tions seems to be the display of doing this, it is hoped that at purpose of propagation.

outdated license plates.' 1952 Florida // 4 e least ten coveys (flocks bf quail) Officer Barrie estimates that it Two Marine i sergeants Were,
plates are now obsolete and will be captured. These in turn awarded their third and fifth Goo
will take at least one month for
must be replaced before the will be loosed in "shot out" districts Conduct Awards in a ceremony
him to complete his work here.
automobiles will be allowed on in Clay County. held at the Marine Barracks;
.j In that time he hopes to capture
the base. a ? Quail which usually litter enough birds to restock a good Capt. Samual Piercy execu-
Improper parking is still number : from 7 to 25 birds' annually, part of the county. Live officer of the' Marine ''Bar
one offense. Of the forty 0I are quite in abundance In this i racks presented Good Conduct

offenders thirteen were ar- state, but due to past hunting Sgt.: "Women don't interest me. Awards to S/Sgt. Trueman Blizzard

rainged on charges against this seasons hare been rapidly. de. I[ prefer the company of my fellow and Sgt. Henry Dubberly

base regulation. Parking areas creasing In number throughout man." Sergeant Blizzard, recently returned
are clearly defined and must be / the northern section of Florida. Cpl.: "I'm broke, too from Korean duty, has been

adhered to. 9 According to officer Barrie it aboard for the past seven months.

All parking areas are usually will take from two to four daysto The sailors get the paper, Sergeant Dubberly who \u
patroled at least once every hour. "bait" the birds on this sta The base it get the fame awarded his fifth GC awardahaa)
Wise He took a chance
If there are cars improperly. I Bare guy a minute; He made t.1 tion. Since the season for quail The printer gets the money, been attached to the Barracks'foe...
parked, they will be ticketed. bed-now he's in It. hunting ended on the first of But the editor gets the blame. the past yeaor.




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VF'101 VF-103. VF-174. V A-I 75. VP-5 Fasron Six Report




I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Welcomes Marine Student First I


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abundant in VF-174 these Fleet Airborne Electronics
VF-101 has recently arrived at days as ,,
i Air Hell Razor pilots continue to Training Unit, Atlantic Fleet De-
the newly reactivated Naval
ta hment Two added
"check-out" in the new jet Cougar anotht'r"first"
Facility at Leeward Point, Guantanamo -
Each to its annals last I
pilot receives a fh'einl.h week;
Cuba for intensive
I
I Bay, metal of 4 > when T'Sgt. Mansfield G. Cooper :
gunnery and tactical training. pair wings painted ]1 7 s -
with "squadron colors and the reported aboard as the first
!
,The squadron will return to NAS
words, "Space Cadet" inscribed _.. Marine to take aviation electrical '
Cecil Field when instruction is
completed.The following his initial F9F-6 hop. I a training since that phase of the

.Lt.jg) Arlo J. Jensen and Mrs. local unit was established nearly i
stfjadron is the first to be
Jensen announce the birth of a three years ago.
based entirely at Leeward since s.
i girl, Feb. 19. Cynthia Louise Attached to Marine Composite: !
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activation Squadrons
its
weighed: six pounds and 12 ozs, Squadron 2, MCAS, Cherry Point,
which have been operated from
Hell Razor capers edged VP-16, N. C., Cooper is the first among
the recent weeks include
area in 58-57 in a recent fleet contest., four Marines from that unit who
'Flying Ubangis" of VF-12 and ; ,
The winning point was scored by will arrive here for specific t t\pe?
units of CAG-8. These squadrons
Richard T. Moran, AOAN in the of electrical and electronics!'
supported by
partially parent
were last 30 seconds High point man training The others are scheduled
aircraft carriers operating in
was VF-174's Paul A. Deslauriers, to report next month.
waters during the inter
adjacent:
AM3 with 30
points
T'Sgt. Cooper, who completed
'a1.OthE'r firsts claimed by VF-101 The Hell Razors play VF-22 in FIRST MARINE AT FAETU Welcome to FaetuLanl Detachment 1 I r Aviation Machinist Mate School

!Include the first jet carrier landing their last game, Two Is extended to T/Sgt. Mansfield G. Cooper (right), by I I here in 1941-42, will be "checked.out" -
Softball is once again being Comdr. Herbert S. Klenk (left), officer-ln-charfe of the local unit. I I the
and
on theory
naval aviator who had main ten-
by a Sergeant Cooper is the first Marine electrical trainee to arrive here
no previous carrier experienceand talked of. Should VF-174 talent since the electrical phase was originated nearly three years ago. 1 1I lance i of the P-KG-2)( ) Auto-Pdot,
.
get on the diamond they shouldbe ._ .. --I
I a seven and one-half day
the first squadron to score an -- course:
tough to beat Practice will the small yellow roadster was located the squadron increasing the Hell I
overall average of outstanding on It is anticipated that future
start next week. three hangars down from Razor ranks. The squadron rolled
a competitive rocket firing exer- I classrooms for electrical instructions

its usual parking place. No admittance out the welcome mat for William
cise. The case of the missing MG was I will be partially filled
solved last week after four pilot of guilt has yet been D. Thompson, ADAN; Gerald K Marine trainees the by
since local
and received, however "Sam Spade" Bunnell, ADAA, and Elvin B. .
suspects were fingerprinted
VF-]03 detachment is the only one among
has been engaged for the Stroble, ADAA.
"It gets easier! and easier to the base police alerted. For a nero pro S the four established Fleet Air-
tection of MG owners, so evildoers
vous three hours Hell Razor pilots -
e-enIist" was ADC Loyal 1 1"Lutky" borne Electronics Training Unit,
beware! VA-175
Luke's only comment and men were "grilled" and Atlantic, to have the electricalphase
search parties organized. Finally Several new men reported to Members of VA-175 have had
when after completing 14 years, well electronics,
as as
_. _.. little time for leave and recreation
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for six The -- -- -----
he shipped over more. -------- -
since returning to the states,
placed the VP-5 quintet
chief has !served all over the globein among
that time He was an AMM3 Forced To Bail Out, VF-32 Pilot last December.Ten the top notch basketball squadsin

with Patrol Wing Ten's Utility days of January saw the this area.Comprising.

unit in the Philippines at the out Finds Excitement In 'Last' Flightwent squadron deployed for a cruise I spirited enlisted

break of World War II. Just before aboard the USS 'DR followed by men, the hoopsters have welcomed

the islands fell he was evacuated "And one hop to go." That down to 300 feet Both the performance of a mining operation I all comers and are piexently -

to Australia on the old seaplane "last flight" became an -exfit-: landed safely."Scared off Rebecca Shoals during I waiting that telegram from

lender, USS Heron. ing; one for Lcdr. Jack S. Ken- ? Certainly I was the first week of last month. the "Globe Trotters," setting the

Five new airmen apprenticeshave yon when he was making his and I feel that my ejection Six: pilots qualified for night date for the big game.

joined the ranks of VF103. last syllabus training flight In landings aboard the USS Coral
training really paid off, Lcdr. I Surprise of their barnstorming!
They are Jim Plauger, Lawrence the Key West Florida Fleet All Kenyon said of his experiencelater. Sea during the last part of February came after hearing on the radioof

Prichard, Don Sajecki, Ralph Sa- Weather Training Unit. each pilot making two sue several star players of a local
The veteran Fighter Squadron Four ,days later he was "
Jr. cessful
sal a and Ollie Shoe-key, landings. "undefeated" team. "Why we

"Off again, on again, Kecskes." .32 pilot was emoute from back in his squadron flyingjets.. Readying for (competitive exer- played them yesterday," said J.
St Louis, Mo. to Jax aa a student -
Charlie Kerskes, AEI received: More than 2,500 flight hours cises next month in glide bomb Highley, AD3, "and beat the pants

his orders to instructor duty at in a TV2 jet trainer wh'nIts had been compiled by Kenyon ing and rocket firing has and stillis off of them"

Memphis. Kecskes is well qualified engines flamed out at 40- his eventful "
before
000 training hop. occupying numerous flying. Leaving VP-5's education office
feet
for the job. He came from Jet flight time accounts for 450 hours. Checking: out new pilots for transfer to Carrier Air Group
,
instructor: duty last January. Futile air- hours. in AD type aircraft ha,, also con 17 is Gregory Szelak, A DC. S/e-

VF-103 had an all hands party i start attemptsused Lcdr. Kenyon has been with' sumed many hours. lak has been responsible for
Feb. 27, at the Hyde Park Country -
VF-32 since New officers around the
: up 33,000 nerving one year teen many of the men now holdilng
Club. It was the social eventof feet of the alti- with the Air Force 62nd Fighter squadron's ready room include: higher ratings.

the current' season. It was the tude before Interceptor Squadron at the Lt. Roy G. Davis; Lt. Kenneth 1 *

concensus of opinion that Lt. v. Lcd r. Kenyonand O'Hare International Airport in Goedert; Lt. Carrol J. Stone, 1.1
Fasron SIx
Hank Johnson, Tom liadden his instructor Chicago as part of the Armed. Ensigns Sherman W. Turner, I In :

AMAN and Ken Gillis, AMI, I companion Forces exchange program. Kenneth Q. Walters and. George the Veteran's .Bowling
League, Fasron's keglers are onlya
should have made their entrance
balled out into A Booth.
During WWII he saw action
half game in front of second i
"with violins tucked under their .
an Boosting the crews complementby .
over
with VF-26 aboard the USS
place Cohen Brothers after iak-
to be in character withtht"
urns so as
Lcdr Kenyon c a I t which I Santee in the Pacific.VF22 seven are newcomers Herbert
ing two of three from Arcade
ties they wore. I'
H. Roberts, SA; Earl L. Dnggers! ,
Since the combo didn't have j Shop.
1- -- --- ------- AOAN; Arnold C. Sickles ADAN;
Flyln Home in its repertoire, Lt. Roy W. Perkins, AEAN; RaymondE. I The locals took the first and l

John "Killer" Kane promised to Pilot Gives Dad Thrill Marsh, Jr., AEAN; John D. third games 887-927. Fasron's total

have it ready for a special rendition Bicknese ADEAA pins for the three-game set
and Colston L.
on his guitar for Forest Of Initial Ride In JetA I Dine, ADAA. was 2667, a new league high

Kline, AN. Receiving orders to new activities Ben Truskowski had most pin

special passenger was riding i Squadron are Lt.jg) Robert W. Bar- with 588, while Howie Wrixzn,
assigned to
"F.I7t with Ensign Edwin Broyles of Fighter I nard, Lt.jg) Robert H. Alexan- Don LaMay, and Jim .Manno

-, Space radets" become I more I Fighter Squadron 22 when he 172 After participating in the der and the squadron's executive knocked down 539, 538, and 507,

took a two seater TV2 jet plane NATO operation Mainbrace he officer, Lcdr. Joe D. Eckard. respectively.

Second DFC Goes : aloft on a hop here recently.The was transferred to VF-22 as a II 1 One more is added to the

passenger was his father, pilot and squadron communication VP-5 i brown-bagger list as Will Ewing:,

To VP-5 Chief Capt. Edwin N. Broyles, who officer. Five wins over one defeat has J AMAN, and Elsie Raulerson of
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was making his first jet flight. -

Outstanding courage in the face After the ride Captain Broyles, Riverside

of hostile anti-aircraft fire while a Naval Reserve medical corps tb l'WLe bride is a native Floridian, while

*ervlng UK gunner of a Navy dive officer, likened it to ice skating the groom hails from Baltimore

bomber on 42 missions against enemy because of its "smoothness and The welcome mat is extendedto

forces dining World War II grace in operation". t Edward W Muench, PR1, and

has earned for Wilson McK Captain Broyles was on vaca-
Alexander \ v- : with 588 while Howie Wrrxon,

chief aviation electronics- tion here- from his civilian doc Wilburn C. Dunning. Jr., DT2,

1 man, a second Distinguished Fly1 tor's practice in Maryland when "4 who checked in last WE-ek'/or

1 ing Cross and a sixth Air Medal. ] he made the hop.: A high 'speed c duty. Muench was previously assigned

T n e awardsa / pass over the attack carrier Ben to VF-103 while Dunning

n 1I citations 'nington in Mayport Carrier Basin just completed 14 months aboard

were presentedto was included as part of the the USS Currituck (AV-7)).

Alexander by flight. Ray F. Fitzgerald, AOAN, and
the commanding The last period of active duty '
E wife are proud to announce the
officer of for Captain Broyles came between Qf
a arrival of a 5 Ib. 11 oz. baby boy
Patrol' Squadron 1940 and 1945 when he /
e a" born Feb. 28 at the Chelsea Na
5 here served on the hospital ship USS
) val Hospital, Boston, Mass.
where the battle Relief in the Pacific. ,w
Richard A. Jensen, AK3, donated
proven "f'tAlnander Ensign Broyles'has been in the I' .. '

Bran if cnnetnly billeted as an Navy for little.over two Y SON SHOWS DAD-One of the"few Jet flights made by a his fourth pinf of blood
Navy father-son! combination was completed last week to become an official
here when
chief He in December 1950. Capt.
tlectronies training i entering .rfI.1 I Edwin Broyles (CrlrhU.) had his first jet hop. His son. Ensign Ed- member of the Jax: Air News
entered the Navy in 938. won his wings in 1952 and win Broyles (left) .VF-22: piloted the two-seater TV2 jet-trainer Half-Gallon Club.


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HERE AND THERE t Special Ser\. .... 2 :5 260.0

I "Ra" ," the Egyptian sun god, NATfC ..........HO 193 30.7 I
: "Dearest Martha," wrote Jimmy kissed the nose o plenty this Public Works .. 19 20 105.2 j

I "I would swim the mighty past weekend, and a calendar Jo'1. Mil. Dist .... :5 5 00,0 9

I ocean for one look into your I isn't needed to tell that spring is Operations ........ 11 11 (10.0( .

I sweet eyes. I would walk througha just around the corner. Comm. ..........._ ::2 2 00.0 1

thick wall of flame for just I. R. D ....._ 1 1 100.0 1
Energy and the call of the
one brief touch of your dear little i Marine Bar. 3 3 00.0 .f
great outdoors got the best of 'the
hands. I would leap the deep n Medical ............ 1 1 100.0
I Waves. Freshly" washed cars stood
est chasm for one kind word from Cecil nth ........ 15 12 M.O
proudly in the lot and the own.
your lovely lips. .j: ntH. Fleet ........ .5 42 76.3
ers are !sporting a tan they earn
As always, your devoted, hard Security ........_. 3 2 f16.6 "
ed the way.
... Jimmy. Supply .............. 21 9 42.8
}\ S. I'll be over Sunday When the promise of fair Fair' Jax .......... 98 40 40.8
weather leached the ears of those!
night if it doesn't rain. 1Ih Z Gr. Cove Sprgs. 30 11 36.6
I __ who had a free weekend, many Admin. . .. .. 3 1 33.3
t suitcases attached to palefacedgals f
"Leave at once! I never wantto -- a FI Air Wing 11 28 7 25.0 '
of the barracksoff
out
see you again! 1 went 0 and It. ........ 71 18 23.5
the base towards the beaches
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"Okay, honey, but I have one I Naval Hosp .... 16 2 12.5
last request" HONOR STUDENT-Beverly G. Schoemthal. Airman Apprentice 1, and Southern Florida While the A I. M. ......._ 5 0 0.0
not be In this Link but less fortunate settled for '
Trainer she's
may going anywhere a sunny
"What's that? Engineers ?........ 14 0 0.0
going places otherwise She recently walked off with top honors spot behind the barracks to relax
"Get off my lap" among 206 graduating students at Airman Prep School at NATT- .
with a book or to take a snooe.With
f Center That's quite an accompHshlment for a Wave.
.
Maisie was, in a bar having ater Dean HudsonTo
when a friend from England These Modern Women spring in the air, it won't
'be long now before the Waves'

I walked in. Used in Her Dad's Tool Box Baracks will be housing a tribeof
"I say, Maisie, are you 'avingone to Play
?" redskins;, not to mention the Play For

"No, it's just the cut of me Wave Shows Way to ANP( ) GradsWatch chiefs. "
coat." I "Pensacola, here we come, is

-" -- -- the song the Waves basketballers t
---- out for the modern I I Three DancesDean
G. Schoemthal, Airman Apprentice -
They were discussing girls. woman J I are singing. They leave today to

How is it, Chuck, asked John, Graduating students at Air-.j topped a class of 206 memo I end the season with three gamesat Hudson the man with

"that you get along with the men Preparatory School class j,bers.Beverly's. Mainside, Whiting Field and the "New Look In Dance Mulc" -

girls?" "Easy," was the reply last week had to step aside for i 90.18 grade( point Corry Field. brings his orchestra to the
all others of her I
"Try flattery" For instance, the |I one of the fairer sex- as Beverly average! topped If you should happen to passthrough Naval Air Station next week fora
class during the eight week : l'
girl I was with last night got a ----I Denver, Colo., over the three-night return engage

fly in her eye I said, 'I can't see course. weekend of July 31, you will be ment.

how it could miss such big eyes She entered the Navy In just in time to celebrate the 11th March 10, Hudson'\ band will, 1
October 1952 and sent
to
wax
as yours.; After that I had her birthday and 1953 reunion of the play for the ciew's dance at
'I Bainbridge, Md. for boot ramp. Waves. Information can be foundon "
eating out my hand. Mainside, March 11 at the 0"Club
A few days later they met' After completing her basic the bulletin board in Barracks and Match 12 at NATT-
training she was !sent! to NAT-
should be
again: I 722, and reservations Center

"H'mm," said John, "I don't I TCenter for school. made as soon as possible.! The young baton waver's
'I Before entering the Navy .
think much of your flattery stunt fresh and original idiom In dance .
I tried it but it didn't tome off" I Bev attended high school in her i Welcome aboard to two Ma- music is for listeners ai well asdancers. ..
hometown- of. Dubuque, Iowa. who have arrived at NATT .
riPs .
"What happened? The great variety of r
I While at school There she be- '
"The .girl I was with got a fly im i Center. They are Virginia Kerns talent in the band makes It possible
came interested in athletics, and
and Elizabeth Von Steuben. NAS
her mouth. r for each number to -be a
now performs for the Jax Navy
Jane Truitt who
greeted Mary
I production, lather than just'an! '
The old alumnus, at a pre. girls basketball team. has logged aboard from Corry other' good dance number. f
When asked why she had Field Pensacola and Virginia .
game rally was disparaging ''he <
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chosen the AT School for her advanced 'j
i.l :
.
Rondinelle from Receiving Station -
skill of modern foohball players
study she said, "When I I Air One
Group )
"When I was in college" he n Washington D. C.
j was small, I use to play in my
NATT
Bon to three
I Voyage
II
boasted, "I helped West Point
dad's tool box and I sort of grew 'I
beat Annapolis for three years .t'; Center Waves: Afton Unander Ends Training
up with an interest in mechanics .
straight" transferred to San Diego; Beth '

"Is that so, sir?" queried the ." She'll next attend the any Saunders and Eleanor Snowto Aboard 'Champ'A 'J I:
AT School at Memphis.
OILlth(, Kanx.
quarterback politely "And whuhteam I'
did you play on?" On the Hospital: list! this! week non.-slap flight from Guantanamo I

Lcdr.WooleyTakesOverAtVF22 are Vivian Williams, Jean Le- Bay, Cuba to NAS Cecil '

"'''''''''' .. ,- --.--.- Blanc, Beity Morgan, Iva Rogers, I Field brought pilots of Carrier

I' Deadline For HOMECOMING-Glad to be I Marten McGrath and Dorothy I Air Group One home recently
back at NAS Jax is Comdr. .1.1I Johns from NAS and Montine after six weeks of Intensive
George D. Ghesquire, skipperof Lc dr. Donald E. Runyon was relieved and Jewel
Cobble Doris Quinn
College Study 1 I training aboard the carrier USS
; Patrol Squadron Three, being as commanding officer of .
Gunn from NATTCenter.will
greeted here by his wife, Squsdron'22 I I Lake Champlain.
Fighter by Lcdr. Mil
Mary and rhilidren. Patrol i ---- Led by Comdr, Richard S.
Set remain with the Fleet Air Jax
MondayA I Squadron Thre has returned lard J. Wooley I last week. I I Rogers, Air Group Commander,
after a five-months stay at Port Until orders to his next duty squadron. He became skipper of
representative of the General I Lyautey, French Morocco.Patrol station are received, I..<'dr, Runyon I the unit last September.Lcdr. I aircraft of VF-'s 12, 13 14 and .
Extension Division of Florida Wooley was serving as VA-15 was launched from the
--- --
will be at the NATTCenter Squadron drid and Barcelona. models officer for airborne equipment Champlain's deck while in waters

Technical Library, Building 501, I 3j VP-3 will operate out of NAS In the. Bureau of Aeronautics 30 miles south of Guantanamo.

Monday, March 9, from J 1900 to Tour Jacksonville under Commander in Washington, D. C., before Disembarking of crew members

2000, to register personnel for the i Back From Fleet Air Wing 11 while in this beingassigned here to relieve came two days later following

next extension course session t area. Lcdr. Runyon as VF-22 skipper. the Champlain's arrival off

scheduled to start early this I' At Port Lyautey ---- the Mayport Jetties.

month. \ ., ,.,,:: ., '" Over 225 landings aboard

Military personnel, their dependents Elements of Patrol Squadron the Champlain were made by

and civilians employed Three arrived here last I approximately 30 new CVG
via transport after pilots who became carrier
here may register for the following week Navy I

courses: Freshman English, five months spent in Port qualified following required

Basic Mathematics, General 1 Lyautey, French Morocco hours of Field Carrier Landing .

Psychology and Personnel Management The first of the squadron's Nep- Practice conducted at Me- .

tune Patrol Bombers came in Friday Calla Field.

In addjtion, a course will be with more following Saturday The new-born carrier pilots,

offered in either Educational and Sunday. Arriving Saturday who reported after the group

Psychology or Personality Development I was the unit's skipper, Commander had departed NAS CecilField,
made all landings aboard the
and personnel interested George D. Ghesquire.
in either of these courses While in North Africa the Q flat-top sans an accident

are urged to register with the squadron participated in operation Shore-based for brief intervalsat

representative while he i is here. "Longstep" one of the phases of Leeward Point and McCalla

Enrollment fee of $16.00 per "Mainbrace" under the joint North Field, numerous pilots garnered

course should be paid at the Atlantic I I Treaty Organization the "E" during competitive
forces exercises in rocket, bombing and
time of registration. However,
On different training millions gunnery.
consideration may be given those
persons unable to pay the entire over the continent of Europe the ELECTRONICS GRADUATES- Clarence D, Amos AT AN, I An excellent safety record was

fee at that time.Personnel plane crews had the oppoitunityof receive certificate of completion from Capt. Arthur S. Born, Com. established by the Air I Group.

who made preliminary visiting some of the capitalsand mander Fleet Air Wing 11, after graduating from the first FAW11 Only one minor accident occurred
major cities. Included among aviation electronics I technician school rljus. AmoV high marksin from approximately 4600
} registration for courses the 20-man: class made him honor student. A son of Lt. Clarence
last week will be required to them were Paris, Munich Naples Amos, officer-in-rharge of the Aviation Training Aids Unit hours flown and over 1500 at-

make final registration Monday. Rome, Island of Gibraltar Ma- here, he Is a member of Patrol Squadron 1C. retted carrier landings,




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., i CAGE BALLET-The camera
stopped the pirouette of Pensi Waves
fi Wanda Dobrati (14), NAS Fen-
sacola Wave, as she spun for
the leather with .Jax Navy's AlIce Top Jax Gals
'1 hh1ll'ilh Johnson. As If directing
the court ballet, Pensacola'sJean
Gardner, stands by on the Here 4128Understaffed
! left. The Jax Waves lost this ,
one, 41-28, last Friday, but will
ot seek revenge Saturday. at Pen all year, Jax
sacola. ( Navy's Waves basketball team
4 prepared to close out the 1952-

'i't. 53 cage season with a triple
.
; header at Pensacola this week-
.. : end. The local gals will battle
}.
John M. Charvat >j:,. ;/ NAS Friday, Whiting Field Sat-
urday and Corry Field Sunday
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(Special to lax Air News) "'".;:":,,," ,.'..' ,, ": afternoon.
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Charleston, S, C., March 3-Jax Navy prepared to face :; ;) ?:;: .":'<: ; { I Into the Pensacola- trip the

its first test of the Sixth Naval District Basketball"Toumamerit {f'' ; ,., ,:..,V Waves will carry an unimpressive
; 8.14 record, compiled
here tonight, drawing Whiting Field, Pensacola, an initial and service
against City League
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round victor over Receiving Station of Charleston )'es. i. competition. However, transfers

terday. early in the season, were especially -
felt on the offensive unit
Host Charleston has four entries in the 10-team field which accounts for a large shareof

including Receiving Station, Naval Hospital, Sixth Naval the defeats

District Headquarters and Atlantic Reserve Fleet. In addition Last Friday eve in the Main-

to the Fliers and Pensacola, Key West, Miami, Green VS 6 side gym the Waves bowed to

Cove Springs and Memphis, pre-tourney favorites, are here. NAS Pensacola, 41-28 unable to.
t tope with the visitors' height ad.I
Should the Fliers get by Pensacola tonight they'll face vantage.

the winner of the Naval Hospital-Green Cove Springs setto

Wednesday. A consolation bracket will accomodate first Gibbs Five '
Jm AIR neujjNation's ;
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round losers. : _

The Fliers drew a first round bye, as was the case Nips JayveesFor -

with the Memphis Hellcats in the lower bracket. It
Town TitleGibbs
shapes up as a Jax Navy-Memphis\ finale, but the locals

have a toughie to get by in Whiting Field Corp capitalized on leth

Winner of this 'tournament moves into advanced Dis- angle shooting from the floor by

trict competition, with an eventual Navy champion to be the Jax Navy Junior Varsity last -

crowned later in the month. Similar playoffs are being Wednesday to ,romp home a 61-45

staged among Army, Marine and Air Force quintets. winner in a playoff for second. Leading Florida AAU Swim
round laurels in the Men's City
Banner bearers of the respective services will clash in Basketball League. Women Golfers Meet Attracts Fliel'sFlorida

Omaha Neb. sometime in April for the United States All-
Had the locals been successful, AAU tank competition
Service bauble This is an embryo tournament program, devised and they owned a 74-73 win over Eye Jax MeetThe March 14 in Gainesville is nexton

by athletic officials of the various service branchesto Gibbs earlier this month, they the agenda for the Jax Navy

stimulate interest among those teams which would otherwise would have advanced to the final second annual Women's Open swimmers, who returned last
showdown with Fasion Six for the Golf Tournament will be staged week with a fifth place finish in .
bypass regional and district tournaments because of a
City bauble March 6, 7 and 8 at the Brent- team standings of the Southern
lack of strength. In losing, the Jayvees terminated wood municipal golf course, with Regional Diving and Swimming

Flying here with the Green Cove Springs entry, the their season with a very respectable the nation's, top feminine linksters Championships.

Fliers landed Monday afternoon, the last squad to arrive. mark of 156. Genial competing for $3,500 in prizes. Ten entries, dotted with Olympic
Jim Roberts has been at the helm Entries in the star-studded meet and formidable national tank-
number of teams in Saturday. Lcdr.
checked as early as
all season in directing the little will include such name golfers as men, swam and dove for laurel!
Richard V. Donahue, NAS Special Services officer, was at Fliers, a majority of whom advanced Babe Zaharias,Patty Berg, Louise in the Atlanta meet Feb. 2728.

the controls) on the Charleston flight. to the varsity ranks at Suggs Peggy Kirk, Marlene Bauer Jax Navy's sole medal winnerwas

some juncture of the season. Alice Bauer, Betty, Jameson, Bill O'Donnell, who counted
Jim Roberts is in
Lt. charge of the Jax quintet, relieving Barbara Romack and Betsy Rawls.
with third in the 220
a place
Roger Stelma, a 6-4 Illinois U.
Coach Frank who is
McCaffrey directing varsity
will not be the
frosh who gained national repute competitors yard free style.
baseball,, now in its weeding out stage. Every member recently with his size 14 gunboats, only ones to receive prizes. Fanswill Cal Chamberlin finished sixthin

of the traveling squad is anxious to provide Jim with a was the spark) for the Jayvees in also come in for their share. the finals of the 200 yard

good account on the return U Jacksonville. their surge to contention in the Fans attending the tournamentwill breast stroke, the position gar
town loop.Against. be eligible,to win the follow nered by the medley relay teamin
Confidence exudes from the local athletes. They'reAnxious
ing prizes: $3,000 RCA 6-foot its event.
Gibbs Stelma canned 19
to get another crack at Farris Island, twice a winner television set or $1,000 in cash? .
points at the same time limiting
against the Fliers this season, and a victory here is their highly regarded Hans Tanzler to $100 In groceries; $50 in ringside
wrestling tickets; $10 wine; $10 Prices' of admission are $1.00
only chance. seven. Chuck Bollegar, a consist.
beer; $10 liquor; $10 worth of golf Friday and Saturday; $1.50 Saturday -
However, it's doubtful if the Islanders will get by Quan-. ent dozen.point maker all season, addeda equipment; $10 in gasoline; $10 in I or $3.00 three-day combination

tico in their quest for laurels in the Marine's southern dis meals and $10 In groceries. .
Leading 11.8 through the first
trict tourney. Quantico could easily be the Leatherneck quarter, the Junior Varsity fell behind -
representative in Omaha. 29.22 at halftime and couldn't : TI;

muster threat in the two
a ensuing
Win or lose here, the Fliers have been a most colorful
heats. It was 44-34 into the
aggregation to follow all season. It was fitting last Friday fourth.

that Jax Navy should close its home schedule on the same .

note as the opener, a victory over 100 points. Playoff Date Set .

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,t For Center
FOLLOWIN' THE FLIERS.: Returned from overseas QuintsMarch $

last week with VP-3 was eager Frank Kloss, with the Fliersin 9 has been set as a tentative

ID:>1..52. Andy Andriola and Donn Hickman, versatile intramural date to stage a two-out-of- P ,pr

athletes, were also with the Huskies Leroy three playoff for the NATTCenter ( 1? '
"Mutt"\ Pasco did a good job in his initial effort as a varsity Intramural basketball croWn with
official here last week, sharing chores with Shorty Long, the winner of the second round
Jax Beach facing Supply, victor In the first
round.

An unexpected large entry, 19, opened play in the First Second round competition comesto
District AAU Basketball Tournament in town Monday with a close this week with AGO tN
seven units of the station included in the field. Fasron Six School almost assured of the title.

,was second seeded, following Gibbs Corp., while VC-G2 was STANDINGS
third. VF-G2, NAS Commissary, O&R, NATTCenter Ma- W. I. I2t1P
rines and CAG-17 AGO School .. ,.. ............ 6 0 :
complete the local entries. Supply. ................. T 1 _
AU: School.................... S 1 \
Ben Trukowski rolled a 588 series for Fasron Six,, last Marine ....................... 4 3
Personnel ................... :3 4
week, leading his mates to a tough 2-1 decision over Arcade AO Ship Co. .................. 3 5 40
Men's Shop in the Springfield Veteran's Bowling League. AO Medical School............,1...... 3 2 5 5
,VA-45 established what must be regarded as an unwanted S.5-1st. Lt:'::::::::::::::::::: 1 S
A/C Malnt. .oo ................. 0 6
record last week when it missed 48 free throws against VA- Os. --- ., '". b-
175 in a Mainside Intramural court fracas. Nevertheless, During the four games of the MAD SCRA1\mLE-Arms and legs are all over the place, in
Bob Smith and his "feeders" triumphed, 85-G2. Thirtyseven 1928 World Series, Babe Ruth-collected this action shot from last Thursday's Jar: Nary-Florida State care
personal fouL were assessed the losers by "officials" 10 hits in 16 tries, including melee. Scrambling for the ball is Flier Ward Weisel (15) andFSU's
Tom Dellehan. The locals thumped the collegians,.81-79, and
Francis and Lubenski, while VA-15 drew but 15. three home runs. .the following night whipped Charleston Navy, 10161.

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r ; I Fasron Six all but put a padlock on leadership of the

American League of :Mainside intramural basketball play last

week with an 82-61 decision over second-place) VF-22 as the

season moved into its final stages.

Special Servicea-ist. Lt. assured
points for the Supply which led
s itself of at least a tie for the cellar
:39-33 at the intermission after receiving -
.yn position in the National cir-
a scare in the Initial quar
cuit by forfeiting to Operations. It
ter. Don McCleaf pumped through
was one of six forfeits last week
27 for the Towermen.
which are marring both loops. I
Fasron Six's win over VF-22
a a Supply, Fasron 109 Closein
was never in doubt. Leading 43-
-- < 'f."" iItt_ -" iiTra D"M&.il.V -'1.'J'I''"'' the battle for control of the
31 at the half, Fasron toyed with
NO HOLD-OUTS HERE-"Contracts"'for the Jar Navy baseball squad were readily returned National League Supply (7.1)) its foe in the ensuing heats to
I (. Coach Frank McCaffrey last week by these five who return to form the nucleus of this year's edged ahead of Fasron 109 (6.1)) I victor.
82-61
varsity nine. In the dugout at !Mason Field are (left to right) Gene Clifford pitcher; Bill Schuck- with a pair of victories The Fas- emerge an Bradley

ers, outfielder; Bill Ziegler, pitcher-lnfielder; Jim Coughlin, outfielder and Tom Neely, infielder. ronites were idle all .week. I Kidd's 20 points paced the winners
while Hal l A very t canned 25: for

Who's On First? j Charleston Host To 10 play"VJ2tendered win, but Operations Supply a foughtit "no- VF22. VA-45 Climbs.

out before falling 73-60 to the
Rapidly climbing VA-45: con-
One Of Diamond leaders. John Westlund tallied 26 ,
tinued its drive for the runnerup

Problems Here ,6 ND Quints This WeekBULLETIN TWO-BIT CLUBJohn position 85-62 in victory the National over loop VA-175.withan :


Major league baseball men- Westlund consistently Playing only three quarters, Bob
Smith tallied 39 for VA-45.: Bob
still worrying about
tors are 15 each
scoring over points
of reluctant indi Unable to find the scoring range in the first quarter, Jar: Sterns' 20 points kept the losers
the signing
Field Pensacola in game cracked: the select Two-
Navy dropped a 92-78 decision to Whiting clone through the first halt
viduals to make a full housein its first game of the Sixth Naval District basketball tournamentin Bit Club last week with 26

spring training camps, but Charleston, S. C., Tuesday night The Fliers fell behind early points in Supply's victory over Nat Perry and Joe Krawczyk ignited

at Mason Field Coach Frank and failed to overcome the deficjt. Operations In the :Mainside Intramural a second quarter drive for

McCaffrey is faced with the Breezing to the wire with three consecutive wins Jax basketball league. Hospital to gain a 34.20 advantage

task of weeding out a crop of Navy's above-par cagers prepared toke a swing at Sixth Operations' Don M c Lea f over O&G: at halftime to send

80 candidates for the 1953 Naval District competition this week sporting a well-earned poured through 27 points to the Corpsmen on to a 64-44 tri

Jax Navy nine. 22-7 record against a variety of opponents.Charleston's join for the second time and umph. Joe Price pitched in 17 for
been the winners, while Tom Not throp
Some cuts have already
I fine athletic plant Bob Smith, VA-45 made his
made and more are expected by in the finale of the home slate found the range for 18 O&G maik-
hosts the 6ND quintets, 10 strong, sixth appearance counting 39
the end of this week. Work on Friday, 10461. At the same time points against VA175.Hotter era
both the infield and outfield has who will go for a berth in further I the Fliers established a new all- 'SlierUJJob StandingsT:

progressed slowly, hindering :Mc- fast coast Navy competition to' time high bettering the mark of AM Y.RU'AN UMIVr.Tt'lm :
I I II Smith, VA65: 40. 30.! :M, N'. r..
Caffrey's thinning out chore but eventually determine an all-Navy 103.67 against Patrick AFB in the 31 26 points! FiiKloit SIX . .. .. .,. .. ,. K 0 .
I I Bill Bailey Tamon SixM.: 27 V)'-:22! . .. ....1..n..n..6! j
he anticipated a more detailed roster champion. 1952-53 opener. points. VF-44 .. ... ............. ....... 5VP741 :
before next Thursday. I Bradley Kldd, Patron Six : 53 ... .. .. .. ...... .......3 :.ii
I Receiving Station of Charleston Jim Daly meshed the 104lh points. Hospital ... ... .n, 4 :3
Inter squad games Mill WMaged remainIng One MrKfiulf. NARTU: 48, 26, VF.171 : :: : : : : ::n. .. .::.... 4 4
fell victim to the local juggernaut I point with only frond 23 points NARTU .. .. .. .. .. ........, :2 4
next week, putting Unto after reliable Vince Zodagae Don McLeaf Operations: :.16, 27 ".'.174 .. . .. . ......... 2 5
points. FA\\.11 ....... ............. :2VF172 <6<
l c a I athletes through their receiving ('ho rn. ; the l IM'"III a H-6t< ) margin Dave SiiKK. VT173M.: 25 Point, :! ... .. ... .. .. ..... ... :2 6
paces for the first time. "We'llneed A major worry in the local camp at 0:46.: Tom Noithiop, 0&G 32, 28 O& C . . ..r... .. ... :2NATIONAL 6.

plenty of work if we expect Is the mound staff. McCaffreyhas Coach Frank McCaffrey used points Itovtell Banolt. VA-45! : :.12 points, LKA: <;i'F.

to be poll bNl for the opener I only righthander Gene Clifford everybody but the managers Bob Mac Jones Stiaunbaugh, VJ-2.: ;'M VF-172';, 28 point;: ''M. Supply Trim . . . .. ...."'7. r.t.
," McCaffrey told lIMo Air I back from last And the I 23 point Funrnn ]U9 .. ... .. .. .........6 t
year against the hapless Charleston VA-45 ..,.,..
Paul Dotlaurlers VF-174 :X .
News Tuesday "help wanted" sign is a common point : VF-171 ; : : :;:;::::;::::....... 5 III-
five. Bob Grabaz and Zoda, with Jack Stringer VF-22.: 29. 25 VA-175 . ...... . ...... .5 4
Lucky Luttrell is one of the few sight on the Mason Field nob. 25 each, paced the one-sided win points.Ceonte Operations ... .. .. .. . "... 4 4
. . .. . .
; Dasher, VF-22: 27 points V J-2 ... ..?. a 4
proven performers available. He'sa Returnees Jim Coughlin, Bill as 10 players entered the scoring Date OplI/ll l, VA-175: 27 points. x.1Disbursing . . .. .. .1 III
with B I I . ...... I A
veteran shortstop Class Schuckers and Tom Neely have accentuated column. John \\pKilund, Supply :'M points "
Leroy Wrcde, S.S.lt. LI 23: Special ScTtli-es . ... ... 1 8
minor league experience and will .1 ,
road work in the early points .
Old Sol melted the !snow on the
definitely be an asset with both I Nest I i D urchm.n.)01.171: 25
drills in an effort to rid them- Mainside gym hardwoods the pre- point Reduced Rates For
glove and stick.Catcher selves of avoirdupois acquired in I
vious night making the sledding a St. Augustine Tennis
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Bob Home has shown the off-season. McCaffrey would I Florida
tougher against
well In early sessions.. Horne make a mint if he adhered to the I might State University, but the Fliers Navy Shooters Best Servicemen interested in view-

handles himself well and appears, St. Louis Cardinals' fine systemfor prevailed, nevertheless, 81.79. ing the Master's Tennis Tourna-
to hate the Inside track on the I excess weight I Stale Law OfficersStrong ment in St. Augustine this week
Little Joe Lister canned what
end will be admitted for 75: cents,
proved to be the winner when he cross winds hindered less than half price. Matches are

I I 22-7 Mark For Local Five Ii sank a charity pitch with 44 seconds firing last week in the Florida I scheduled at the Ponce de Leon

of play remaining. That gave Peace Officers 8th District Pistol Hotel's clay courts this Friday,

Vince Zoda and Bob Reinhardt Jax Navy what should have beena Tournament 0 nth e Palatka Saturday, and Sunday. Presenta

'showed the greatest improvementin in the latter stages of the campaign comfortable 80.75 advantage. range, but Jax Navys trio of John tion of an I.D. card will be re

scoring averages through the registeiing a 9.32 mark aft- But Tom Dellahan who flipped Lucas, Pen Preston and Bob quired. i.

last 10 games of the season as the er going along mid-season near through 14 points, drove in for a Stringer finished one-two-three, .

Jax Fliers terminated the layup and seconds latec.-was true nevertheless.The .
Navy 7.0. Al Bullard, who joined the Sick Book Jockey: "Say, I
regular 19:52-: 3 cage season with a twice from the one-point line. locals were In competition asked that nurse to put a hot water
Fliers in January, was a consistent -
22-7 record. "" Seminole Pick Art m e I e r against 52 Florida law enforce- bottle at my feet and she

Heading the local's scoring pa- 10.26. fouled Roger Stelma at the 0:18: ment officers. Jax: Navys sights walked out."

rade, which netted an 80.86 aver- Jax Navy led its opponents in mark and the easy going Per- will soon be trained on the Mid- Medical Officer: "No wonder,

age as compared to the foe's 69.04, every department field goals free ftonneJman tallied one to make Winter and Flamingo champion- she's the head nurse."

was prolific Bob Grabaz with throws and least personal fouls the final count 8179. The villi- ships which are slated for March S.B.J.j: "Man, how they specialize l-

20.30. Zoda racked up a 16.45 "It's been a good season," Coach tors lost possession on their I 9-H and 17.20, respectively these days."

nark, while Dick Tate was third Frank McCaffrey added, "one of drive down court when: they

at 11.76. our best. Generally speaking, the were charged with tra\"tllo.lax

Reinhardt made a steady climb boys played inspired ball." Navy ran out the clock for the

win.
}'Ia"f'r U YO rr.r.rA J.'t I'F Av{. Tr Avg.
27 and Zoda 24 to lead
(lrabaz g ...................... 29 U9 nl.170 .71 9& 3.S S89 20.30 Grabaz I

7.od&, t' ....................._.. 29 J86 105-169 .St 89 3.0 417 IG.U the scorers but it was big Vin-
carried the burden of the
Tat, t ................_....... 29 125' 91.158 .57 60 %.1 SH 11.76 cent who

Bullard. I ...................... IS 62 so.n .61 38 L5 U4 1026 attack through the closing stagesas Inwri
the fouled out at S;
"Shotgun" 2y
Reinhardt, I ......_.._.... 28 98 SS.I06 .61 86 2.% 261 9.32
7:14 of the fourth. Bob Reinhardtalso 2rt "
Wtl..I, g ..........._......... 29 38 49-61 .SO 49 J.7 225 7.76 :
left the via the five-foul
Ulller,, g ......................_ 28 49 J1.t6 .66 2" J.O JUc.n fray
but Zoda Lister and Stelma
Stehna, c...................... 26 SS S-SS .69 1" J.5 119 3.U route ,

Dal". g .......................... a I 19-30 .68 Je .1 J1 %..6tBurro.lnf' preserved victory.

g ................ J 1 .0-0 .00 0 0.0 2 %.00 Enjoying his best night of the i

Cassell, g ..........?.......... 14 1 U.18. .61 Je .1 28 J.36 season Reinhardt made the sea

Yen, f ........................... J6 9 S.U t50 1S .8 24 1.50 son's finale an auspicious one witha

Roberts, g ....... ......:"... 3 1 1-2 .M 1 .3 S 1.00 23-point performance against thFenaacola .

Ward, I ....................._ S 1 0-0 .00 I .% 2 .40 Goslings in Jax Navy's ______nnm_. _N._______ ______ .....,

Layne e ..........__._...... S 0 0-0 .04 4 J.S 0 .00 22nd win 90-67. ,
ATOP SCORING LAflDErBcamlngconfidence
Bollerar, C _.......__ 2 0 1-0 .00 2 I.t 0 .00 Former Flier Pete, Fannon was at the end of lax Navy's

N\\T (') _....__ O. 0-0 .... ...... the Goslings' only threat M he : regular season play with a :%.'7 record ,I 3r

Totals __------ --.---- -----.--- laced '20 points 14 In the first' are Bob Grabai (top) and Vince Zoda.

Jax: Navy _..__._. 29 898 .5(8-840 .8. 501 1'I.S U4 80.86 heat It was: 48.33 at the Intermission I The pair finished ene-hr.. respectively, I r 1i.
.a the scoring ladder. Grabai had a
Opponents ._.. .., .. ...29 761 46A.nS .M 541 18.1 zoot 19.04 after the locals led by only' 29.30 per game a'trarehlle Zoda

(0)) 'No longer with turn. two points through one quarter. had 16.15. .rn

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I'' Remodeled Home PI
rm.mmf
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For Mainside's
(Items offering for sale articlesof

property such as washing machines

automobiles furniture ra Navy Exchange

dins, clothing and the like are
Defense D..parlmt'nth'gulatlons. Official ceremonies marked the w
by
prohibited I
This I column will, I *y reopening of Mainside's Navy :I I

however.list such services as available Exchange in Building 27 Monday -

housing, tides wanted and lost morning.
and found articles or other simi td Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree,
'lar notices) commanding officer of the Station ;

nut RKXTFurn. cut the ribbon tape at 0815,

1 hdrm. apt $50 mo. Mrs.J. and proceeded on an inspectiontour ;zk :

B. Ladler M. No. 4, Box 418. of the new store with Capt. !

Ph. 11283244. Norman A. Helfrich, NAS Supply DIRECTOR OF TRAINING
and Fiscal officer and Lcdr.
Relieving Comdr. William
Finn. rm. for girl. 4733 Astral, -
Mrs Jenkins. Ph. 8-1814. John P. Welborn, Navy Exchange Hood Comdr. Charles R. Dodds
officer Doors were opened to : (above) has taken over as Director
Finn. 3 rot apt. 2601 Park, $85 personnel at 0830. I of Training at NATT-

mo. Ph. 8-2770.vMrs. Houston g < Center
Guest rooms, 2601 Park. Mts.
Layout of floor space> installation
Houston' Ph 82770. MODERN l\tODF.-1\Iod fluorescent lighting Training Director
display cases of new lighting fixtures, dis I
Furn. rm, 2130 Dellwood. Ph. adequate dressing; rooms and gala spring decor are some of the and
new features which give the remodeled Mainside Navy Exchange play cases, dressing rooms,
74355. a modern, retail store appearance. Personnel will find shopping a other improvements give the i Post At Center
Finn. 11 rm house. 2789 st. Johns.Ph. of which is shown
real pleasure in this new facility, a portion Navy Exchange an appearance 1

2.1118, Mrs. Pieraon.Furn. above. comparable to a modern retail :
-- To Comdr. Dodds
St. Johns. Ph.
looms. 2789 Stars Of Tomorrow store Some departments are elf-
2.1118, Mrs. Pierson. service.
Furn. 2 436 Oak St. Ph Comdr. Charles R. Dodds, for
rm. apt. Lcdr. Welborn has stressed that'
4.6303, Mrs Canoya. Fifth Annual Boys' Baseball the remodeling of the Mainside' merly Director of Training the 'at
has assumed
Memphis, postof
Fum. 2 and 3 rm apt. 2148 Ro- Exchange is a step forward in
welle. Ph. Mrs Director of Training at NAT-
7-5461 Emery.
the planned piogram to make all
Furn. 3 rm. gar. apt. $85 mo 2601 the Navy Exchanges as attractive. TCenter here.
Park St. Ph. 8-2770, Mis. Hous Camp Opens Saturday convenient, and adequate ail is He succeeds Comdr." William

ton. possible to do so.. A. Hood, who is now attending

I<' 4 run apt. $60 mo Mrs. : Armed Forces Staff College: Norfolk -
(hand
Hundreds of area youngsters are expected to be on
"
1110 Riviera St.
Hunter Saturday morning for the first session of the fifth annual All departments are now'
Finn room, 2903 Princeton, Or. No stranger to Florida, Comdr.
.Jacksonvillt-Navy Boys' Baseball Training:, Camp to be heldat housed in Building 27 except
tega. Mrs. Tary, Ph. 2-59 8.Furn. Dodds served at the Center in
Mason Field at the Naval Air Station. the Uniform Shop. Due to limited
4 rm. gar. apt. 3636 Cypiena. 1948. An Annapolis graduate of
A J Jointly I sponsored City of the space, this shop will remain in
8 t'daY'-e'; ;
Ph. 23147. Miss Tyson. Jacksonville-Naval Air Stationproj4" of 1937, he is a naval aviator of 13
Building 3, topside Also in
Finn 2 bdrm. house. Riverside five consecutive outings which I experience
<'t, the camp will get underway Building 3 is the Western Union years
Mrs. Turca. conclude April 4 with the annual .
at 0930 and close at 1130. desk and a Gift Wrapping department -
Furn. 2 run eff. apt.. 3867 Her- all-star game !
-- new year round ser
sa DiplomasContinued
schel. Ph 2-2838 Miss Cary.
vice for personnel
Furn. 2 I in. apt. Mrs. Dodd, Ph. tL IIULVILA City dignitaries along with ata.Uon ( from Page 1))
74788. official. will be on hand for The Exchange maintains a

F'urn sgle, dble. rooms. Mrs M. 1 1t opening day ceiemonlea. Scheduled Special Order department in A, Hayes Thomas A. Hebeit. Earl

Kendle 2224 Dellwood. Ph. 7. to appear are Rear Adm. Os. Building 953 for customers who H. Hetzel, Wm. S: Hunt, Wm. H.

5065./ borne B. Hardiaon, Commander desire to purchase merchandisenot Hutchings III, William Isaac,

Turn apt. 3804 Boone Paik, $65. Fleet I Air Jacksonville; Capt. stocked. Exchange officials John C. Johnson, Lawrence Kimberly -

Furn. 3 rm. apt., 919 Rossele St Burnham C. McCaffiee, commanding warn however that only those Melvin N. Lanier.

Ph. 8-2655 R. L. Rhodes officer of the Naval Air Sta I items authorized for Exchange Jessie R. Lee, Frank O. Leigh

& Finn. rm. for woman in exchangefor tion; Mayor Haydon Bums Nathan I sale can be specially ordered. Norman J. Lindsay, Karl L. Lind-
in Jax Air
new feature your
staying with children nights. Malliaon superintendent of This does not include such itemsas sey, Eugene A. Long, William H.
News is the library coiner, called
Mrs G Brennon, Ph. 983910. 'The Book Shelf." City Recreation Department and furniture large kitchen appliances McLaughlin Jimmy H. Mikell,

Finn. 2 rm Finn. apt. Ph. 27216. Spec Richardson, business manager television sets, large ra John J. Milligan Thomas W. Mln-
Lakeshore Mrs LaGtaiule.Finn. Whatever your interests' the..eare of the Jacksonville Baseball dios and outboard motors. cey, Peter D. Mitchell, Jr., Frank
books for pleasure. and
5 rrn. house for rent: 3934 your Club. Biers will be picked up by Navy Morgan, Marvin R. Morrow Ed
piofit Technical material is on .
Me'Girts Blvd. Mrs. Moody, Ph, at points ward A. O'Donnell, Richard L. Pe-
hand for all phases of studies, 01 transportation specified
2.8538.Widow Thl' year as in the past, youn for their tiMp to the station. Pick den, Robert E. Price Earl T,
authoritative. help to fix the car
to share home 3628 Ernest garden furniture, the roof. ups will be made at 0800 at the Pierce, Jr., Thomas 1'':. Redmond,
St. Ph. 25537. following playgrounds: Panama, Albert E. Reeder, Carl E. Rhodes,

Woman to share home with couple. Spring in your bones and romance y' -, Kooker Glen Myra, Liberty, Confederate Edward L. Richard, Rufus B. Rich

Lakeshoie. Miss Dot'man, on your mind? Books on rIA Norwood, Tallulah, Mrdson, Warner J. Rogers fords

Ph. 2-380S. courtship, marriage, etiquette, finance Brent wood and Springfield. At Rouse, Charles O. Ryals, DonaldA

Share 5 im. home with couple. (including the unromantically 0815 buses will atop at Southslde Scott, Joseph! W. Shaw, Isaac

3017 College Miss Cason, Ph. necessary Income Tax playground, LaSalle and Hendilcks J. Silver, Roy C. Smith,. Jr.,
:-3552.Vnfllrn. Guides!) Snorts-Do. you know and Riverside playground Park Charles M, Stafford, Lonnie Stevens

5 rm. house Mia. H. O. your rules, old scores, players' and Gilmore. Buses will stop en- Mortimer E. Swanson, Ben

Miranda RDF, Lawtey Fla.Unfurn. records, stories? Chess (the fans a, route to the station to pick up jamin W. Thompson, Howard H.

2 bdrm bungalow. $90 mo. are swarming again Hooks galore Nt members at San Juan and at Tim- Thompson, Harris Tlllman Hector
Mrs. Jensen!' 3016 Lakeshore Rd. to help the beginner or the uquana. Lads from the Beaches R. Vega Hidalgo, James O. Wad-

Ph. 20053. expert.If t will be picked up at the Southsidplayground. dington, James C. Waldron, Jr.,
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house. 4349 San you missed", a good movie, : : .: Howard T. Ware Pinkston L. Waterman

Juan. Mrs Ponce. Ph. 27197. why not read the book ? Plenty The Jacksonville Coach Company John R. Wsickel Jeasee. E.

Unfurn. two 3 rm. apt. $40 mo. of good no\eN, biographies will follow the same pioced- Williams.
7106 Nelnm St. Ph. fchoot-ein-upN and vthodunlts.
67526. Mrs. lire as last year in honoring all
:Messic. newt t sellers? Of rourse, although membership cards each Saturday

Unfurn. 2 bdim. apt. 2755 Myra.Ph. you may have to re- morning from 0600 to 1400.(

7-8223- serve your Mpeclal' ) ('holc1"1\ it ., ; To date several hundred applications
MlsCKI.LA.NKOI'S: : U "('ainr Mutiny, "'('old>> Steel" >Ppw have been received at the

Found: Gold, St. Joseph's Catholic "Talullah" or "Steamboat ,. City Recreation Department, in. [
H. S. ling, Class '51, Call (round.." Perhaps you need dicating a. Huge turnout for the I

Fleet Logistics Off. Operations quirk Information mileage e- .y'V first session.

Lost: Parker, automatic pencil. hoists for a trip, something Camp director for the 1953 gathering -

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