Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I. Arroy- 01 Gilts. Trip To Havana, Await Carnival Queen I. ; ;.

How would you like to ben an evening dress, a cocktail piece set of matched luggage, And the seven lovely princesses paraded its queen candidates in j'j

r Majesty, the first dress, one summer suit, a street also given by Cohen Brothers, who will be ruhners-up full view of personnel at the

Queen of the Navy Charity dress, beach ensemble of two tuck $150 in cash in her new to the Queen, will be given: department Tuesday. Othersare I

Carnival? swim suits, terry cloth robe and handbag, and leave with her wrist watches by Jacobs Jewelers devising unique promotion..

She'll reign supreme over the sandles, three pairs of shoes chaperone on a Royal holidayin al methods. I ..
two-day festivities May 15 and (one sport) and a handbag all Havana. S It is being stressed, how- I

16. Her title will be an honor donated by Cohen Brothers. Weekend accommodations THE QUEEN'S: name is a mys- ever, that. this is strictly a popularity -

rand a privilege, and all hands two will be provided at the tery now, but departments and contest, not a beauty

will be at Her command. A $! ,O DIAMOND ring, cour. Hotel Nacional de Cuba. Trans. divisions within commands are contest. The lucky lady will

Her glory will only start tesy of Underwood Jewelers, portation from Jacksonville to in keen support of their lovely climb to her regal heights on

when she ascends the royal will adorn her finger. Jacobs Miami and return and 'two ladies, and filling jars with 'money alone-via the "penny .

throne, for Her Highness will Jewelers will present her witha round trip tickets from Miamito "JX'.n ny.a-vo t e.\ a vote" method. '

receive valuable gifts fit only gold-banded wristwatch. Havana via the Peninsular Publicity stunts are the order Eligible to enter are sweethearts '

for a Queen.. And when Carnival time is & Occidental Steamship' Com of the day at various divisions wives, sisters, daugh. ;

She will be presented with a ended, the Queen will pack her pany lines will also be presented and.' departments. Over ters, mothers of Naval person- -

regal wardrobe consisting of new wardrobe in a new three- 'the Queen. *, haul and Repair department (Please Turn to Page 8, Col.JfI .-1)-) ',.
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Home of Commander Naval| Air Bases Sixth Naval District, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville,.Fleet Air Wing ,11, Naval Air Technical Training Center!


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StatiollPlaces Dimes Committee

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5th In FirePrevention Drive Donations

Appreciation to the various

Navy commands: and derailments

r 4"f in this area for the excellent tesponne .
to the 'March of Dime

Naval Air Station, Jacksonville campaign has been tendered by

has )placed fifth in the the executive committee of the

19.V2; Fire Prevention Week Duval County Chapter of the Na-

contest among Naval activities tional Foundation for. Infantile. '

it has been announced.T ....-.....( Paralysis.

i represents an improved 'The amount of .1,403.63, was '

standing Station over l last year when the "...." '-".,____,. ._<.fWJn'ne...ar rllt 0 ,....- --_ _' .i the Urgent ever given to. the
placed eighth. Althoughfifth March of Dimes the I
total it FIRE PREVENTION AWARD-Recognition for outstanding efforts In the field of Fire Preven. campaign by
among .lion has been accorded the Naval Air Station, which placed fifth among naval installations In the Navy' In this area; "We are grate-,' i
rates second amongNaval Air I 1952 Fire Prevention Contest. Capt. Burnham C. McCaffrte (right), NAS commanding officer presents nil to each.' and' everyone .for their. ,
Sla tlons. the certificate of merit to" station fire chief Donald Moran..who .accepts the award on behalf generosity," 'uy 'the''Dimesot1. .'
of the fire division and all hands At the left I Is Lt. Col. Paul 1 Treitel, Security officer '
The certificate of merit'for educational : __ :___ dials; ; ,
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1 activity during Fire First To Break 1.0 Figurer Here Is a complete list of units
Prevention Week 1952 was presented STATION HOME TO
with their donations, as supplied
to the Fire In
Department by the Duval County Chapter:
ceremonies last Friday by Capt.B FIRST HELICOPTERIN
Leads Others Naval AIr Station .$592.00
u r n h a nC: McCafftee, NAS TWO YEARSThe Station USS Catawba 181. 3
commanding officers Captain Fighter Squadron! 62 .......... 62.60
first helicopter to be
added Iris "well done" congratula
NARTU Marines ._.
tions to the award. based at the Naval Air Station 35.00
in two years has arrived. In Industrial NATTCenter 762.00 .
SafetyNAS Bottles Collection .:...... 50.20
The Fire Prevention and Clean The versatile "eggbeater"was
NAS Cecil Field ...?.....?...... 291.63
- up Committees of the National flown here. from NAS San
Fasron Nine ..... 210.87 ,
File' Protection Association' recently Diego and will be used in Jax leads all other major naval air stations in industrial ?
Naval Reserve ...........?...._ 30.00
completed the review of search operations according to statistics received by the Indus. I
rescue con safety, Air Force Fleet ................ 95.22
1,566 contest entries from cities in ducted by the Operations de. trial department from the Bureau of Aeronautics.It I NA RTU .. 32.22'
the United States, Alaska, Hawaiiand \ partment. Since its arrival it is also. the first to 'break the. "; '
time Fasron Six ..
first the Navy's award for : :. 152.70
Canada, from U.S. and Canad- has been repainted, given .
: 1.0 figure, with a record of .85 I achievement in automotive safety RecruitingStation ?_.. 19.50
'Jan industry and the two countries' search rescue markings and a
lost time accidents per millionman FAKTU ........_...... 42.83
armed forces.Of mechanical
complete check-up.
hours. SIT I Air Group 17 ......;................. 297.30
the 219 Navy entries, 10 won Pilot of the craft is former
place awards and 20 honorable a A year ago the Naval Air Station SEEMS reasonable to assume Fighter Squadron 104 _.. 82.17

mention. Entries wei:. submitted Jacksonville man, Lt. Charles received for th? second the Station will receive the Fighter Squadron 102 ,...._ 110.60

b Naval activities of all sizes aru| Barfield, who reports here time in its history the Navy's( same award. this year, with its VC-62 .................................... 329.65!
from Helicopter Utility Squadron award for achievement jndus- much decreased accident free Coin Collector .................... .136
varying degrees of assigned fire One, Naval Auxiliary .
protection classification' including tria' safety. It's record, then was quency rate, according to Lcdr.
Landing Field, San Ysidro,
supply centers, air stations, shipyards Cali/; 4.34 lost time accidents. Simul. I. Charles L. Garrettson, Industrial $3,403.83:

Reserve training centers taneously. it received, for the Relations officer -The Duval County Chapter gave'

and ROTC units. ..- ....... ._......... -- The low accident records are financial assistance to 80 patients
the result of a determined effort In 1952, flfty-flve of these were

Lt. Ol. Paul TrelM 1, Security : during the past year to enforce stricken prior to '52. Several childien .

officer, who is military oftlc*r.in. y approved safety precautions in of Navy personnel were

charge of the 'Fire division, all departments, divisions and activities among-. .-.the, 80.. patients.UNIFORM .
and Donald Moran, station fire i 4: r on the Station. By use of --- -----

chief, declared that the station's, visual aids of all types, highly OPTIONAL

high rating could not have been hSn publicized safely contests; indoctrination -

obtained without the_ cooperationof courses in safetly methods : UNTIL APRIL 30

all departments and all com-- for every new employee; and
Uniform of the day -In the
mands. All hands observe fire Yy strictly scheduled safetly meet:
Jacksonville is
area now
prevention regulations and safety ings-with, attendance up 500 op-
tional summer or winter wear,
measures, not!; only during Fire percent in the past year-lesults until April 30.
Prevention Week but the year were. soon evident.
around. :: S After April 30, summer uniform .
will be'! the official uniformof
Naval activities receiving place L TODAY Tilt; large Overhaul
the ..
standings include: First place, L and Repair, department holds: the day.WEATHER

Naval Supply Center, Oakland, safetly record for Its class in the --- '- --. -'. -----
Calil.f second, Naval Ordnance .. '
.. .. -, Navy with only 15 lost time accidents OUTLOOK -
Laboratory, White Oak, M3.;third, its than
SPURS SAFETY CAMPAIGN little attention and'a lot of among more 3,- Friday Scattered thunder-
Naval\ Air Station Moffett Field, cooperation from all hands always achieve bin: results in any 400()() civilian and military person- showers afternoon and evening

Calif; fourth, Naval Supply Depot, safety program. Lcdr. Charles 'Garrettson, Industrial Relations nel. Rating second in their class temperature, 80.
Bayonne N.J.; fifth, Naval Air officer, (above) who has applied a few gags and Ideas used in big are Public Works, with only five SaturdaY-Partly cloudy with!
Station, Jacksonville, Fla.; sixth, industry Ho the local campaign! has received word that NAS Jax lost time accidents
leads all other among slight clearing skies, temperature| 8085.
Ordnance ,Test Station, China i major naval installations in industrial safety. Here
Lcdr. Garrettson studies a framed certificate presented last year ly less than 2,000 personnel and Sunday-Mostly/ clear, temper-
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) by the Secretary of the Navy. (Please Turn U Page 8, eel S) ature in the middle 80s.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 9 April 1953

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Report from wasmngionPresident
Enlisted/ Marine Pilot

,jfl xflTh4mEtis Korea Logs 65(API'S,Missions) Marine Signs Two Bills

M/Sgt. Richard R. Vottero, one
PublUhcd t e\ery Thursday for Navy cthltlei at Naval Air Station, J.ckomllle. : -
Fla. of the few enlisted pilots.flying
NAS, JirktoMllleOpt. combat missions here, will be Affecting Service PersonnelTwo
Burntiam C. McCiffiee .Commanding Officer
Conulr Jamci 11. Armstrong ". .. .. . ... .1.| .. .. Executive Officer returned to Japan where he will
rifrt Air adll08''lIIe
Hoar Adm. Ocboine B Hardlscn .. . .. ...*. .. .... ..Commander test and ferry planes.A bills affecting Service
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins .<. .. .:. .. .: .. :. .. .'.'.....::.'.','.'.',CMet of Staff combat the tens U.S. Marine Corps (COd
veteran of 63 signed by
Meet Air were
nUftLletra personnel
rapt. Arthur S. Born ... .. ... ... .. . .. .. .. .... ,. ... .. Commander missions with the "Deathrat- AO3D) Washington 25: D. C. Oth.
Comdr.. Joseph T. Thornton. .. .. .. ....... .. .. ,Chief Staff Officer President recently. ers desiring copies may purchase
Naval Air Trrftalral Tr UIK Oattrrapt. : tler" squadron of the lt Marine bill extends Federalaid ,
Edwin R. Perk .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Commanding Officer The first them from the Superintendent of
./ Comdr. Richard S. Stuart .... '' .. ........ .. Executhe Officer Air U'ing, Vottero ha (Class "Q" allotments), to Documents, Govt.
Printing OfficeWashington
Dutght J. \VhaKon .. ..Karat", .,.. .HotplUICapt. .. .. .. ... ... .. ... Commanding Officer been recommended for the dependents of enlisted personnelfor 25, D. C. '
Capt. T. f', Wclnert .... ..... .. ."MAHTU.' .. ..'" ... .. ........ Executive Officer D.F.C. two years. *

Capt. Easton B. Noble .... ... .... ... .. ...." ........ ... Commanding Officer He and another Corsair pilot The second bill granting free Perishable
Comdr. Anthony Truiso .,,, ... ....... .. .......,". ..,. .. .. .Executhe Officer Servicemen in .Korea and; non-peiijhabl
flew cover for a helicopter postage to subsistence for the Armed
The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. which effected the rescue of and wounded veterans of Korea
(' and printed commercially I with non-appropriated! funds I in the future be purchasedby
at no :'lIe.lgrfg: government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33. Rev. Medal of Honor winner Col. who are hospitalized outside the the
Nov. 194.',. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station the been extended for Army Quartermaster Corps
Naval Air Technical Training Center,, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Na\al Robert E. Galer The. U. S. also has through a,single consolidated .
Air Station Cecil .Field and the U. ::to NavaL\,. Hospital. forced to bail out 50 miles two years. procurement
Editor-Andrew H.J'laney system, the Departmentof
t lines.1,000th'Copter. *
behind *
AnaliUnt Editor-Helen lIarpfrk Sports F.dllor-1ohn Charvat AN: Staff enemy Army has announced.
Ciiculation-Diatrtbution-Marge Repoitera; d Henderaon. S';ICJljB'! :; Mueller Vivian I knox SA;: SA.Ann Heatl, JOSN; Two histories, 'The Campaignon Military Sea Transport Service

The JAX AIR NEWS It a member ot the Armed Forces Treat Serxlce. Landing New Britain" (priced at $3.75): ) has requested the National
AFPS material appearing In publication may not be reprinted, withoutthe l Shipping -
written permission' of i mI'F Press Service. Republication of other Aboard Hospital Ship and "Marines in the, Central Solo- authority' to break
without of out additional i-
matter, except! by If' vice publications It prohibited permission
.; JAX AIR'NEWS. Aboard the US11S Repose Off mona," ($2.75): ) prepared by the 'Victory-type
dll'u l offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension 8184 cargo vessels'
Lt. S. A
and 216. Korea (AFPS)-When Historical Branch of Marine Hq., of the National Defense Reserve
Denyer, USMC, touched down his
are now available tree of charge Fleet, the Navy has revealed. The
wounded from
helicopter bearing
I this to Purple Heart veterans of the ships are needed due to the volumeof
the front, he set a record for
respective campaigns. Holders of military cargo which must be
.mercy ship. _
His landing was number one the Purple Heart awarded In moved overseas. .

thousand .In the Repose's term of these two campaigns may obtain .

MAINSIDE service stretching"from June '52. the books by writing Headquar- 'I v In order to meet the critical

Thun., April 9 need for chaplains, the Army has
Captain Horatio
opened anew. program under
Hornblower ........ Virginia :Mayo
which clergymen holding commissions
Fri., April 10
as company-grade chaplain
This is the eleventh in seriesof Lovely to Look AtHoward Keel l
( a in the Army Reserve or the National -
Sat., April 11
articles dealing with new government Guard 'way volunteer fora
officials. Calf of the Wild....._..Clark Gable
) I year of active duty. This pro-
XATTOnterTlmrs. :. #
gram will make available to the
., April .
4 ; i ,the service of clergymenwho
American in Paris........Gene Kelly Army
can secure only limited leaves
Fri., April 10
; of' absence from their chinches
Captain Horatio -
Hornblower Virginia Mayo'
Sat., April 11 Navy selection board to recommend

Lovely to Look At..Ho\vard Keel line and staff corps lieu

NAVAL HOSPITAL tenants of the Naval Reserve, who

Thurs., April 9 e are not en active duty, for pro

Code TWo..............Sally Forrest motion ate now in session. Reserve
Fri., April '10 lieutenants in the promotion

American In Parta..Gene Kelly __m_______ -- _'nmnnm ...____..._._,.w_,.______',_.. zone who were called to active

Sat., April 11 OVERHAULED IIUP-2 TESTED ,HERE Completing eight I duty since Jan. 1, 1953, will also

Captain Horatio months of prototype operation by the Overhaul. and Repair department be considered for lieutenant com

Hornblower ........ Virginia Mayo the first Navy overhauled HUP-2 helicopter was test mander.
flown here last week. Officials who witnessed the first flight included Naval Reserve
I 1951
DURKIN April ,
MARTIN ()Jeft to( right) Milton Thieffer, Piasecki Corporation; Capt.
Secretary of Labor Leonidas D. Coates, O &: R officer; William Coffee, Piasecki test I Register numbers of junior officers

:Martin Durkin came up" the 1C DIVINE))c pilot, and Don McGlade Sperry Gyroscope Co. The IIUP-2 is the I in the promotion zone are as
first "eggbeater" to incorporate autopilot controls. Medical
follows 58915
: Line ;
hard 'way. His first job: steamfitter's I

apprentice. He labored (SERVICES)) Prototype Procedures Developed Here Corps, 1722; Supply Corps, 5071;

through the ranks of the AFL Chaplain Corps, 765; Civil Engineer -

plumbing and pipefitters union un- Protestant Corps, 1936; Dental Coip ,

til he became its national presi 0830-All Saints Chapel. Industry Men Witness Test Hop Of- 1695; }Medical Service Corps, 421.

dent. Now he is the new Secre- 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. t 5 C

tary of Labor. 0930_Sunday SchooL O&R-Overhauled U P.2 HelicopterRepresentatives Station Places

Hit appointment as Secretary 1045-All Saints Chapel.

... of Labor, eienth la the Catholic from Piaseski Helicopter Corporation and Sperry (Continued from Pate 1))

nation's history, I U particularly 0800-0900-1000 Mass, St. Ed Gyroscope Company visited the Naval Air Station last week to Lake, Calif.; seventh, Naval Powder -

)potable, since he U a registered ward's Chapel. I witness the first test flight of an overhauled HP-2 heliconter. Factory, Indian Head, Md.;

Democrat and admits that he 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. A tandem rotored "eggbeater", :. eighth, Naval Base, Norfolk, Va.;

.oud for Adlal Stevenaon-but Mormon I the HUP.2 incorporates autopilot Navy shipboard craft. ninth, Naval Shipyard, Charleston,

bas been called to serve la a 1930 -Tuesday- NATTC iJhap. controls which make possible First production line HUP-2s S.C.; tenth, Naval Air Station, Al-

Republican administration I Iain's office. were delivered to the Navy in ameda, Calif.
blind instrument
Christian flights in zero-
Science. Adm.
Chief of Operations
February 1952.
Born in Chicago, Secretary 1900-TuesdayNATTC'Chap- ceiling weather, and greatly ex- July of that : iftlllam Fechteler issued a "well

Durkin served with the 332nd lain's office.at tends utility of the six-place year, the Bureau of Aeronautics done" to all who participated In

field Artillery and the 6th Cavalry I I designated the Overhaul and Re- the program. Congratulations also

'.in WWI. Returning he became pair Department NAS Jacksonville from the Chief, Bureau
of a local: of the I Luck Sides With I
AFL business Steamfitters1 manager Union. He held Lucky Mr. Luck to do the first Navy over- of Aeronautics and Rear Adm. G.
Sixth N*-
B. Davis Commandant
hauling of
the position until 1941.He There are some folks who 'copter.
very easily have lost his sight. "al District.
.. wa State Director of Labor carry the nickname of "Lucky", I Mr.Luck is nicknamed "Lucky"but The Job was assigned to "Spe- t .

for eight years in Hanoi none are more appropriate for more reasons than one! cial Projects" with Lcdr. James Comdr. Knight To Give
Puring the term of service, he I M. Tate, Production Specialist
than the tag fellow ,
put on one
erred under both Democraticand in charge. Prototype overhaul Talk At Daytona Meet

Republican ,adminUt ration*. Overhaul and Repair, whose! procedures have been developed Comdr. Kenneth L. Knight, of-
happens to be Howard M.
In the Preventive
Luck. past eight months, flcer-in-charge of the
Mr. Durkin U the first Secre- with every department in7O & Medicine Unit No. 1, will presenta

tary of Labor chosen from the Luck was really with'Mr. Luck R assisting in some phase of paper on mosquito research at

ranks of organized labor since one afternoon. Luck, who operates the "ork.March the annual meeting of the AmerIcan

1933. Prior to this appointmentbe a cylindrical grinder, had 31 the overhaul was Mosquito Control Association -

served as president of the United an emery wheel disentigrate. 12-
.. completed, and the HUP-2 was in Daytona Beach, April
Association of Journeymen and Fragments from the wheel flew airborne with Lt. Hubert Glen- 16.

Apprentices of the Plumbing and into his face, shattering the right O &
) zer, R test pilot, and William Comdr. Knight completed the
pipefitting Industry, with a membership lens of his safety goggles and ; Coffee
Piaseski Naval
test pilot, at the paper while a member of the
the other. His wai
chipping nose
of 180,000.
approximately controls.
Capt. Leonidas D. Medical Research Unit No.3. in
broken and several stitches had
Aside from being the plumbers'president .f Coates O -
& n officer, Don Mc- Cairo, E&l'pt.Civic .
to be taken in his lip and cheek. K.
Mr. Durkin also was Glade of Sperry Milton
rice-president of the Catholic But his eyesight was saved became Y PiaseckJ and groups, public health or-
of his goggles. Lcdr. Tate were ganixations, research medical,men,
Conference on Industrial Problems passengers on the
test hops. engineers -
and a director of the National Which proves that safety pre The entomologists, sanitation
HUP-2 is now in the
Safety Council prior to bIsppointment cautions pay off. Had not Luck flight undergoing and. others interested
evaluation at 0 fc R to de. vital control problem will
to the labor poet. adhered to rules of wearing MR. LUCK. termine the
hi'l ('Ift rail himself proficiency of onrI at the
I exchange: new knowledge
IAFPS) goggles as required, he "ittky" pep, I haul.
u'h .
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9 April 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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a $(: a' Picnickers Golfers Moan /:

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ti':" "h",*':: As 'Skeeters' Begin to Roam j jt

Quarterdecks of both Wave Bar- 1SSLFOGGINGThee ,. J ), ; -
racks have been busy this week All hands arc alerted to
has its deadly Light Traps out.
with Waves logging in from dust off the ointment bottle .
"boot" and service schools. The and get out pf the spray. 0 *
MAA'j are getting: writer's cramp The well-known, human-biting MOSQUITOS, like humans, havea I
adding names to the roster and mosquito has been spotted here, great fondness for the "bright
the question of where they will and it is anticipated that early lights" and are rather easily captured {

live It a problem even Einstein air attacks on the station and during the night by placing .:
would have trouble solving. surrounding areas will begin I a light bulb over a sucking fan, 1

Newcomers seldom! complain, for shortly. and a poison jar under the fan ,

they are..too busy with unpacking:, Precautions are being taken to This Is called a Light Trap. Eight "
checking in and trying to draw, combat this age-old romance are placed at strategic locationson "1

a mental picture of how to get to breaker-upper. In case you've the staiton.

the chow hall without landing In laminar m.squlto Togging jeep has already stumbled across some peculiar Daily the poison Jars are gath 1
the St. John's. When they finally started its nightly chase of public bug enemy number one Fogging looking lantern-type objects here, ered, and the captured mosquitoes 1
hit the sack that first night aboard, l is oae of the counter measures used by the Preventive Medicine you're probably aware that the are separated from other insects ,
don't Unit No. 1 here to reduce the mosquito population ef the sta and identified.' This step Is
they care if there four Medicine
are Preventive Unit No. 1 .
tion. When Infestation Is hleh, spraying Is done by plane ,
important for Florida has more
sharing a room or eight ,
'Old-timers" can remember how than 70 species of,. mosquitoes, of .
they felt when they 'first arrived, 18 JOIN RANKS OF which 25 are "biters", '

and the only difference between HALF-GALLON CLUB; ..I
now and then is the increase in r TilE UNIT HAS learned from ,
population. TOTAL NEARS 300 r past experience that when the ,
Membership in the Half-Gal number of biting-type mosquitoes "

It dotNiTt( take long for the lost Ion Club has ,reached a totalof caught each night In a single trapis

feeling to fade-for your Navy 293, with one member Joseph more than fifteen, outdoor eve
job to "unmess" itself and to meet F. Boone, AN, of VC-62, ring and night-time activities definitely
new friends. It doesn't take longto also being added to the roster lose their appeal. It is at
notice the beauty of the baseor 'of the Gallon Club. this time that the fog Jeep swings
to realize the abundance of New members of the Half 11 into action. When most or all of

recreation it offers. Movies bowling Gallon Club as reported by the traps are chocking off the big

alleys, libraries, swimming the' Armed Forces Blood -Donor numbers the spray plane takes

pools, tennis, volleyball and shuffleboard Center, are: over.
courts,, 'fishing and golf Charles A. ,Beckman, 11M2, Although breeding places on the
are right. at your front door to M-l station .are treated by the Unit,

help make your new duty station William L. Jones, GM3, Op a'a and fogging is done continuously
''a home away from hole erations. t Y ?ri4ZJ during the acute mosquito period,
Welcome aboard to 18 Wavesat RicHard B. Him i e s, SH3, It is only a temporary method'of
the Naval Air Station. New Staff, Green Cove. elimination. The Unit warns that

arrivals at NAS are Laurel Rider, Calvert F. Duke, ALC, Fas... mosquitoes will fly onto the Sta- .

Dolores Gibson, :Marie Stone, Er- ran 9.Peter. tlon from uncontrolled areas, and

mal Carson, Joan Reid)', Edna Koletsos,.Jr., AN, VF- may Infest an area that has been ,:
Banes and Shirley Moore from 103. fogged only the night before. I j

Bainbridge; Marian Rhodes, Helen Marvin L. Neeley, EM3, SubGroup ( :I
Brohawn and Evelyn Farley from 3.Henry. DUE TO THE mild wfnter this '"

f Lakehurst, N. J. NATTCenter W. Brown, SN, Sub 9IT'S year, mosquitoes are appearing
f greeted< eight from Bainbridge who Group 3.Charles. ; % earlier than usual, and the, lfog
will attend ANP( ) school. Included P. Blades, FN, SubGroup + glng machines were P1lt' into'op-;

are: Patricia Crock, Frances 3.Gerald. : e'ation about a month ago. 'They
Leo; Shirley Behner, Shirley Mor R. Stees, AT3, Sub will be used throughout the summer
Group 3. A TRAP-This strange looking lantern Is utilized by the
dacq, Lorraine Kuhn, Dorothy months whenever mosquitoesare
Preventive Medicine Unit No.1 to capture mosquitoes. Eight such
Diehl Nora Adkins and Carol Allen A. Peck, ADAN, NAT-
light traps are located at strategic points. Number of biting mosquitoes .
Shimer. TCenter. caught each night provides a guide for the Unit to chart Even with the Unit reducing the
Joseph T. Dowell, AD2, its nightly fogging operations.
number of these pests at large,
The Wave's softball team met NATTCenter, r
you may find an occasional mosquito
Initially April 1 and practices will Cpl. Russell B. Sage, NAT. 141 TrafficViolators Reserves Rate I In your house. Good house
from T enter. ,
be each weekday 1730-1900 '
screens.and the use of a commercial -
on the field next to the Wave PIc. Harold Bailey, NATT- In Clothing Money brand of mosquito spray will
Barracks. Ruby Smith is manager Center.
eliminate the
of stragglers. Also remove
Approval regulations for
and will be happy to have any who Arthur W. Richardson, AD3, pay- all the
ment of the receptacles from
Past 20 new clothing allow
would like to play. Fasron 6.Wallace. Days
premises that
ances will provide a way for Reserve may provide a place
Waves of NAS E. Allan, AN, NAT
are you having for
Naval mosquitoes to breed, such as \
officers to get needed
Traffic violations aboard this
trouble with a spot on white TCenter.
your tin cans, old tires and
for uniforms.and even garbage
uniform Does your rating insignia Robert L. Stevenson, O&R. station reached Hi.in ,the past money containers that collect
need another stripe rAre James H. White, ADI, Ope twenty days, it has been reported water. may
your white shoes still with rations. by the Traffic Court officer
gray Anyone In outdoor
Thomas R. Heffner Pfc. A three-months restriction tops the other seven were referredto engaged activity -
last summer's soot? If so, you should
the list of the 55 department heads for action. use a mosquito repel.
offenders who
to be
are gonlg busy for personnel lent
on exposed parts of the body.
Inspection Saturday.On received car restrictions from the Improper parking again ranks
the sick list this week at base during this period. Thirty. first in the list of violations. This from the repellent Preventive can Medicine be obtained Unit ..

the Hospital are Ann Lloyd and pine were awarded restrictions, Fifty-five of these offenses were No. 1. .
r Bertie Morgan from NAS and but were suspended for time lim represented at traffic court within .

Doris Quinn and Jackie Borrowes A its ranging from a month to a the past 20 days. A cannibal is one who loves

from NATTCenter. year. Speeding comes second with 33 his fellow men-with gravy.
There is no excuse now for Of the 47 remaining violators, violations, while 19 station personnel .

NATTCenter Waves and women thirty-four received warnings, have been ticketed for The only thing more expensivethan
Marines to have non-regulation I while six cases were dismissed, running stop signs. education is J ignorance.Also .

hairdoes. You can now have your -- ,-- --- ---

hair 1730 cut Shop or Saturdays at weekdays the NATTCenter, 09001200.from 0900 Barber Gallon Club II Grim Reapers' VF-101 Offer Each Other Competition I I I

... .. Fran,', K.rpnl, The toughest competition pilots boasts 23 individual "E's" garner. receiving the award were
AUAN, NAS of Fighter Squadron 101 to ed in rockets and Tht""Grim'
seem gunnery
Kenlucky School Choir Lt. Joe Wachter, Lt. Leroy Skelly
n." 1'Ineent. tIINS face is not from other airmen indifferent Reapers" set a new fleet
b.bGrp3 neie'11.Geer and Lt. Jerry Albosta, all of
record in
Coming April 16 units, but each other August 1952 when
a na.ghma' nine of their pilots were awarded whom received the "E" at both
Public W.rks.Clyde .
The Barbourville, Ky., city when flying in aerial gunnery ex "E's" for proficiency in rocket 15,000 and 25,000 fert. Lt. (jg)

school A Cappella Choir, will pre- I"a.rt.W.illnn!$11.J.eh ..AN, ercises.It firing. That feat was accomplish! Herb Thomas, Lt.jg( ) Tom Kast-

sent a free concert at the All-! C.It.., AMS, was borne out when Lt. Lee ed only three months after the ner and Ens. Hoots Pierce tookit
'Saints Chapel,'April 1 at 1800. Yaer.. $I'KC".r Koett bettered the 15,000 feet fis squadron was commissioned. : at 25,000 while Lt. (Og) Ray
Classical, sacred, ballad and cal 1953 competitive gunnery record Overall '
< folk songs are included in the ba1N, Supply! only to have his score bettered "outstanding". shooting at 15,000.

choir's repertoire. All hands are .lp'Ad.I.I'raU.Je.l1rl". by VF-10l's commanding officer First squadron entirely basedat Lcdr. Mahler attributes the
invited. Lcdr. George Mahler several Leeward Point, NAS, Guan "unflagging
.. AK, hours : the
e later.
.Jtoe,1Ir ..; tanamo Bay, Cuba, VF-101 flew Line, Maintenance, Ordnance and
A woman is like a salad. Much The previous
day, Lt. Koett over 1,100 hours during the housekeeping .
depends on the dressing. shattered the personnel who
existing record for month of
March It wan after worked
endlessly to keep th.
aerial '
gunnery in fiscal 53 at 25-, this Intensive flying period that
flying and the
Alcatraz: The pea with a life- 000 ft. the exercises guns firingas
in gunnery ;Wttt the
time guarantee. Altogether the squadron now held. primary factor in establishing \
I the unusual record,. "

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Fasron Six VF-14. VJ-2, VP-3 Report VF-103 Logs

I ; Scouting Jucksonville- Area' Squadrons 1,000 In 3.0 DaysFighter Hours

..nwrvn. .,rw --- ------ --
'Fasron's Keglers gained revenge rig which consisted of nothingmore Squadron 103 has be.
I I than A crooked bamboo ,
over AE School for the station pole come the first squadron In Car-
several feet of line
ordinary anda
bowling: crown by eliminating Flu rier Air Gioup 10. to reach the
NATTC' lepiesentatives five out rusted hook submerged. In a bat. 1,000'hour mark in the air dur-

of six tiles Five of a possible nine teied beer can. any one,-30-day period e

01 less determines the winner. Lcdr. Hardwick, with a skeptical the Corsair
Flying FG1D of
look his face
Results of the opening day of conglomeration upon of ", acceptedthe I Ii World War, .II vintage, thesquadron
play saw Fasion take the first I 'ou name logged its 1,000 hourslast
it" and while picking up the pole,.
game lose the second, and win month.
the thittl. The following day Fas wasmomentuUy startled by a ir -
I six-inch shiner which dangled front st ,Since commissioning in May
title with wins of
cinched the
the opposite end of the line. of last year, the squadron participated -
M-739, 793-789, and 842-760. 1' in shakedown training
The purpose of this stunt was r
Individual scoter for I the opener i p ywrww aboard the USS Lake Champlain -
to aid Mr. Hatdwick in findinga
saw Don LaMay head the Keglera last November and December -
suitable of
column with 595 followed Pete piece fishing equipment *
by I }; in Operation'"Aerex 1"
which would give him much
Giovannlnl with 476, Jim Manno I aboard the Coral Sea in January
more satisfaction than the num-
472, Stan Kreskowiak 451, and wt. and In operation "Phibex"
etous tides he has purchased
"Sig" Gudal with 410. Tuesday just completed.The .
during'the past few months with- .
Kieskowlak set the with
pace out much success It is -f aid that '' month, of April might well
541 followed T>y Gudal, Manno, a.
after : have 'been the squadion'a last
sinking almost eight hundred '
I 'si'
LaMay, and Go\annlnl! with 521, -
into new equipment, he has a Mz chance at the 1,000 hour mark
508, 481, and 438 points lespec- I 1
managed to catch only three tiveI in prop tlghte 'I.. .
lively. Highest' individual scores
for ten ftames "ere Don LaMay inch bass. y .JI Word was lecently; receded
., that two, new jets ate ready for
with 242 and "Sig" Gndal 201.. I ,
% \F-I4 ,delivery to the squadron with
Thus ended inter bowling with 1'
Fasionites "t"-U'1I Art SO-day period on y more to, follow.. Skipper ,of VF-
the not only No. 1 '
the beach since returning from -"".. .... .- -":: ..- 103 is Lair George 'T. Lfllich.Mich .
team on the Station but in the ,
Guantanamo Bay has been a busy
Jax 'Sprln ftt'ld Veteran's League 1,000X11 HOUR-Congratulations are extended to Lcdr Louis .;; Lynwood C. Mitchell, AA,
us well. A well done ia extended to one. Metzger as he climbs down from his FG1D Corsair after logging St. Bethleham, Penna.; Gary L.
Since disembarking) from the VF-103's 1,000th hour during l\Iar-'lh-a ,record '"first" for CarrierAir
nil members of the team who USS Lake Champlain Feb. 21, the Group10 during one month. Lrdr. George T. Llllich (renter), Patterson/ AA, Brlston, Tenn, and

helped lit bringing top honors to Topha'teis have been engaged in squadron skipper, was ohe hand to offer his "congrata' along Robert, A. Phillips, AA, Baitons-
Tasion Six during the 52-53 bowling 'vigorous individual{ pilot tialnlng. : with Harold Kagy, AN, (left), plane captain- and Ensign Walter ville, Pat

.. season. Davis ,
Personnel reporting aboard from
The past few
days have been -
The American' Rational Red spent tiring in gunnery exercises on ing, while Lt.jg( ) Don Flynn and the aiival of six new men and the schools at NATTC, Memphis,

Cross Drive' closed last, week after a dawn-to-dusk: schedule In prep Ensign Bob MIt"lIerchalk d up departure of five others. were: Richard D'Angelo, ATAN,

an In ense piogiom which netted oration for forthcoming competi "E"s for their rocket scores, Headed for NABTC, Pensacola f Trlffln, Ohio; Junior R Manning,

them $336,:>0 from Fasion Six lion Plane captains are now In the ATAN, Anderson, Ind.; Jimmie L.
is ;Ltjg( ) Martin H, Henry; vhile
Rlone. Rocket and bomb competition process of painting the "E"s'on Ltjg( ) Chester,A. Hardenbiug will ,Lindt, AOAN, Clay Center, Kan,
and the Hartzell twins Dale O.
has just been the planes.
completed with report to Hutchinson, Kansas.
The !Squadron ran well be proud Lcdr Vernon E. Blnion, squadron The recently received Com Air- and Dean A;, ATAN's, of Louisville -
further south for his next
proud of the put it played in the Going Ohio.
skipper, inning an "E" in both monthly educational scores
billet I Is James ADC
\ program since membership P. Crlssey, I Bruce W. Bosler AOAN of.Jacksonville
rockets and bombs. for January, levealed VF-H corning ,
tales came. just any of 1 OO certlft,1, Lcdr. Jesse Hopkins, Lt(jg) up from 5th to 3id place since who Key has West.departed for' duty as NAS I'. transferred fro m
.'a I'on'8 complement took another -( ,December. Ensign Robert Falken- NATTC her; Allen E. Chandler,

Incl'eaMeover, the past weekas I land garnered the "E" in bomb- berg, education officer and Bill Bufotd E. Skinner, ACAN, is I AB3, of Sumter, S. C, repotted _

nix men t reported for duty: Louis -.. Straley, ADI, education, petty officer Currently attending GCA School I, from the USS Bennington; JohnR.

I* Jouidaln, AEG. from VF-13: : II are mighty proud of the results Alathe, Kan, and Ronald L. Burn- McGill, CS1, ,of Rock Hill, S.

Willie W. Godwin, ADI, from VF. but are determined, not to'' worth, .AN, has left the squadron C., transferred from VF-62.

171; Tyler L. Scoggins, AMI, frOtH"F.3j relax their efforts until the Top- for separation. Millard E. Powell, AB1, of Win-

; 'Richard Bennett, AM3, hatters are on top. From NAS Hutchinson, Kan ter Garden, Fla., 'transferred from

from VF-44; Ronald C. Nelms, Several new "Brown Baggers" sac comes Ensigns Lee H. Kelly, the USS Salpan. Hillard C. We-

j ADAN,- from V"..62. and Chailes have been Initiated since the return Estel J. Fette, Miles C. McKee' hunt, SHI, of Gulfpoit, Minn, 1'8-

D Linn. ADAM from AK School to the beach These includeLt and Ltjg) Wesley H. Seay, Jr. ported here from the USS Levtt,

lit NATTC. ,(jg) Engene Hendrix, Eugene Ltjg( ) Julius F. Wilson has re and John' N Andry, HMC, of New

Highlighting the farewell ceie- Coffee, AD3, and Stanley Le Van, ported aboard from NARTU, Miami Orleans, La., from the USS Inger

monies for departing exec, Lcdr. t ADAN. Remaining bachelors are and Raymond S. Pawlikowskl, soil.

Robert S. Hatdwick, was the presentation still holding out. TDAN, was recently added to the New officers reporting aboard

of a homemade fishing ar tVJ crews complement. He reported from FaetuLant Norfolk! Vi ",

----- -* from "A" School, NATTC, Mem-- wet{ Lt. Tare! M. Blum, Miami,

Personnel Invited To Drill Melons for a VJ-2 softball phis. J<'la.; Lt. Charles 1:. :Maginn, Jr", .

Lutheran Center team have commenced and all interested I Monclair, N. J., Lt. John J, Miller,
Party personnel art urged to vrUpon -0 Irvlngton, N': J.; Lt. John R. John

Personnel are Invited to help contact Ensign Robert, C. Balchunas. arrival back to NAS Jax son; Ltjg) Charles W, Going of

celebrate the First Annhetsary' of from Port Lyautey, VP-3 welcomed St.' Louis Mo", and Ltjg) Thomas

the LuChern Service Center, 22 N. Administrative personnel have aboard a group of new Davies from Cincinnati, Ohio. Lt.

Hogan St, Jacksonville, Sunday, ( been plenty busy this month with personnel. Enlisted men tranfer- William D. Counts reported direct'
April 12 A giant cake wilt becut I EW AT 35OOO-Lt. (Jg) Nip --- -- ring from Great Lakes Included: from Commander Navy Forces,
at 1600. Navarre of VF-12 has reason to Robert C. Mills
AA Detroit
-,--.---.-,..- .- -., -, smile. lie ij I only pilot in an Top Honors Of : Germany
---- -
operational squadron to hold
the "E" for THIS lithe ; TIIE WAY-Passin& on part of
gunnery at 35,000)
Blood Bank feet. Tradevman ClassGoloJaxLad ', eject on seat procedure they gained at
TradevmaSchool in class of Aviation Medicineat
Box Score rf Pensacola are Lowell Russell,
VF-12 Pilot f TD1, (c rater) and Alfred Adams, TD3,
Nft. Quo Per- (rl&ht1 Villinr student is Dan R. Galla-
Sch Top honor at r ghee, TD VN left).
Mel cent the second special
'NATTCenter HlO 38a 201.5 Gets 'E' At Tradevman ,class of the Na

Special Sen', 4 5 125.0 val School of Aviation'' Medicine tj4T

Supply & Fiscal 26 26 1000. 35,000 FeetBy at Pensacola have gone to AlfredE.

Fla. Mil Dist 5 5 100.0 Adams, TD3, of the Fleet Air

Comm_ 3 3 100.0 garnering the coveted Jacksonville Aviation Training

Mkrine Hk, 3 3 100.0 Navy "E" ift 35,000 feet in. Ald/j. / Unit.

Medical 2 2 100.0 aerial gunnery, Lt. (jg) Nip Adams received instruction in

Dental 1 1 100,0 Navarre of VF-12 became the operating low pressure chambers, ..rw r a

Operations 14 12 85.7 only aviator in the Armed Dilbert bunkers, night vision ap

Reserve Fleet i5 60 80.0 Forces to hold the coveted paratus, and ejection seats during x

Security 5 4 M.O award. the six weeks school. Physiologyand
AnTU 7' 5 71.4 Lt. (jgf) Na\ane fired his first aid were also' stressed'

Cecil Field 1 15 9 66CMalin. 20mm cannon shells through: a Lowell H., Russell, TD1, and CJr 'Y

-- 5 3 600 target sleeve towed by another Trudy Parascandola, TD3, of the

Public Works 25' 13 52.0 of VF-12's ,banshee jet Fleet Air Jacksonville ATAU, who t J .

Gm. CSpg 30 12 40,0 fighters.A accompanied Adams to the Pens-
t'A\\-ll 4:1: 14 32.5ComFalrJax graduate of Michigan State cola school, also finished in the

128 30() 23.4 Normal College, he reported as, top halt'ot the clas*. -

O&H 90) 12 13,3 a "Flying Ubangis" after com This WM the third school for

Naval Jlo-p.: 16 0 0,0 pleting flight training in October Adams, who attended Airman "P"

AIM 5 0 0.0 o( 1951. school after completing his recruit

Engineers: 14 0 0,0 ,At present he holds the post training in 1951. He is also' a ,

IHD. 1 0 0.0 of ..f'ducation'offict'r in the j jet graduate of the Tradevman school
fighter unit. in Memphis "*


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9 April! _1953 JAX _AIR NEWS Page Five

1e ,,, ,. I Training Center Sponsors Weekend Trips To Points Of Interest I ,J

Recognizing the desire of to Marineland St. Augustine(: Building 517. been made possible by the excellent '

student personnel to visit and Daytona Beach. Navy cooperation given by
The travel counter does not other departments at NATT-
points of interest in this vicin- buses furnished, by the NAS
limit its activities to making\ Center and the Naval Air Sta
4 ity during their short tour of Transportation department are trip reservations. Free maps tion. -

duty here. NATTCenter Special :- used to transport the groups. of almost every state are available 0 S .

New' books arrive regularly in Services department has inaugurated All operating .expenses are and over 500 are given The program is still in the

your: li rarles. Here i Is a list of a one-day recreation' paid from NATTCenter rec away each 'week. Personnel experimental stage and it is

few of some 50 titles In many' trips on weekends. nation funds However, individual planning trips can obtain air; hoped that fishing trips and

liefds recently received.The Proving to be the most popular charge is made, to cover rail and bus information and possibly weekend trips} to

Entertainment world} Fab! trip is the one to, Silver services furnished on the trips through the cooperation of a nearby recreation: areas can be

Springs where personnel 'can such as admission tickets. A free provided if necessary '
aloud Fanny Bi Ice,-All who have major oil company. trip arrangements -
enjoy boat rides and'Visit Ross free box lunch is furnished on I planning service is availablethe. -. can be made ,
heard, seen' laughed with the"special'type
Allen's reptile institute-all at some tripswhere: meals.cannotbe individual l receives maps Personnel who have taken "
of comedy she de- '
eloped, will enjoy the fine portraitof ? half the usual price. n o/ange: purchased. marked with the best route to' advantage of the recreatiqn' i' .

a warm and generous characrt'er. grove is visited othe ,'return Although all military personnel bis destination. 'An attendant" trips and other services provided .

Prince of Players: Edwin; trip and' everbody : has their, are'eligible 'to take is at the travel counter each have been enthusiasticin

Booth. The great actor will ,be fill of citrus Juice. these trips, most of the passenger evening on week days from expressing 'their apprecia) 1

more 'than a name to those who S. ? are students. Tickets are 1615 until 1830. tion. As one man put it, 'This ,

read this excellent story It la a Other trips are operated at obtained in advance at the The NATTCenter Special I Is the first time I've ever seen I'

to intervals to Okefenokee Special Services travel counter Services Officer points out that anything like this In the Navy !1
book we expect see as worn as,
'Good "Night, Sweet Prince, the Swamp Park in Georgia, and in the Navy Exchange, operation of the service has --it's sure a swell idea!"

biography of John B Barrymore 1 = -= -- -- _. -- -..... --_.. -- ': ,j

which deli'gRted many Who do riot,,

'A'olld.ordinarily follow the theatre I'' -Aline J


l'\i.t'IHI and.. SimlU is Included here I I 0'' Rhyme, ,- .. ;

because), as' a' movie, it is to star 11 '
Greer Carson 'and !
Spencer Tracy '
: Whichever' way the<<: wind doth
A boy's' boarding school provides ,
t I ,
the hilarious background. Never ; Sir, I'd like to have a leave. Some heart is glad. to have it sof:

a dull moment with the variety of j I C.O.: I'm sorry but we can't let Then blow it east or blow it west,

humor, lprlnglngfrom downright 1 any more have leaves now. The wind that blown! that wind is .-
common sense, that made best SA I have havea
I : But, sir just to best,
sellers of the Author's Line
Party leave to see my wife.

and Out on a Limb. C.O.: See here, sailor, do you'iput R. +t. My little craft. sails not alone:

Timely topic of, HJMM'lad Intel'eat your wife ahead of your ? A thousand fleets from every zone
to personnel. Development of the .
Country Are out upon a'thousand sea;

Guided Missile, A general surveyof SA: But, sir, there are 3 million And what for me were favoring:

the subject for all who are- i men taking care of the country breeze

working with or conscious of its t Might lash another with the slunk
importance. Aeronautics at Mid. I "It's good of you, doctor, to Of doom, \Upon some hidden t (a'k.

Century While presenting his j have come this far to see my hus

own views, Hunsaker provides fl. band." And so I do not care to pray <,

very readable, well illustrated "Not at all madam, not at all. I For winds to waft me oh my way,
volume of the past, present and But leave It to Will
a Higher
have door I
a patient so
future of aviation with a sound w NlIIIIIIB.1t!: :-<'. --- 'i 1 To -I
though I'd just kill two birds stay or >speed me; trusting still
evaluation of it? impact on our .. IOADED-I.oadlnr rockets on the wine rails of a P2V-5 are That all is well, and sure that He ,
century. Soviet Atomic with one stone. Robert Watkins A01, (left), and Michael Hertolani, AOC two
launched bark
a members of Patrol Squadron Five's crack ordnanre rrew The my will sail
Utilizing material Spiel'I crew field-tested and loaded a P2V-5 with rockets. and waterfilled with meThrough t
A sailor in the Pacific, upon receiving '
everyone's interest, Mr. bombs In only, four minutes storm and calm, 'and will
acount is as readable as!I rI< I his ballot application, not fail, '.

more exciting than his novels of wrote: "Thank you for the ballot.! Split-Second Timing Whatever breezes may prevail,
It came as a welcome and very I
espionage To land me, every peril past,
M flattering surprise. This if the 'Loading 'Em On The Field'Saves ,Within his sheltering haven: at last.
New books by fa\orlte' author. first time in eighteen months thatI
I have been invited to ,
Mason (Three Harbors, Proud express an Then whatsoever wind doth blow,

New Flags) dips into the 16th opinion on anything. whatsoever." Precious Time at VP-5 My heart is glad to have it so; W

century and the days of Francto j 1 A crack ordnance crew is saving several flight hours a day forPatrol And blow it east or blow It west, ;'
Drake The Golden Admiral is The doctor was questioning the The wind
Squadron 5 pilots by using a field ordnance loading program that blows, that wind U r r
packed with 'action, climaxed in new nurse about a patient. best
initiated recently; by ordnance officer Lt. Philip S. Callahan
the defeat of'the Spanish Armada ( "Have you kept a chart on his _._ CarolineAtwaterMason ((1833)),
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Practice rockets and water-filled
Wyatt.young shipmaster, his family progress?" northeast side of the field where ----. .-----.-------------.
hanged for witchcraft, sails "No," replied the blushing girl, bombs for gunnery hops are loaded they are met by an ordnance crew,
at the landing field by the VP. Executive Officer
with Drake through unlucky clays "but' I can show you my diary. f 5 P

to final glory and Kate's love .5 5 ordnance gang in only a few //ilpllt.IM''JMC) timing begins then Departs Fasron Six
minutes time, saving the pilots almost
Wreckxof the Running Gale is Politician: "My boy JaYS he all the rocket safety officer uses Farewell ceremonies were held
two hours ordinarily spentin
similar to Roark's first book (and would like a job in your depart. signs to request ordnance switch. last week for Lcdr. Robert S.
taxiing back and forth from the
Movie) Wake of the Red Witch. ment." es be turned on or off, and the two Hardwick who has been Fasron
landing field to Hangar 140. I
Official! "What can he do?" trucks used for the loading move Six' executive oficer for the last ..

Establish Politician; "Nothing" I When squadron pilots land at forward. ten months., lie has been assignedto .

Unique Official: "That simplifies It. the field here after spending the One truck pulls the trailer of Chief of Naval Operations!,

Then we won't have to break I mornings aloft on training hops. water-filled practice bombs along Washington, D. C.

Course Here In him in." tht'y'taxi their big P2V. '. to the side the bomb-bay, leaves it there Lcdr. *2iardwlcc' ) was relieved

I -- and. then I Is driven. to I its place under by Lt. Edward G. Lorenze, who

Anti-Sub WarfareThe the rocket racks of one wing. has taken over the post temporal
ily. He wu previously hf'ad'of
The' other truck is already in'positk -
baCtle to lessen the danger >n. Operations division.'

of submarines continues. I .
enemy --------
v Working in coordination with -- -- -- ., ..
Fleet Airborne .Electronics Train. 6 9
the pilot, tests are quickly held for NOTICE;
ing Unit Detachment Two, has
leaks or hot spots! in the wiring Blue Cross, Blue Shield" policy
established a unique course in
system. Then the rocket. and holders are reminded that pay-
anti-submarine! warfare here at
NAS .Tau.Designated bombs are fastened into position ments are due by deadline April -

and the crew moves on to the next 1314. '
as 'the ASW, the
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course designed to teach pilots I I plane. S S acy, time, and safety'

and electronics personnel basic Five big Neptunes were' finished
Eleven JnI'Ita. Itu-linling! the rtx.k-
concepts of the ASW problem ,, last week in. Jess than 30 minutes"
c et safety officer, a driver for each
and to feature presentation of s enabling the pilots to return im
truck, four men working in the
submarine characteristics along I, and two mediately to the air and log a (total
bomb-bays, men under
'with a description of current r't" time of about nine hours more
each wing, comprise the crew.
methods of the undersea -: ;', "
combating than was possible under*, the old
'So quickly and efficiently Is the
menace. system of taxiing planes to Hang,
:' work done that Lt. Philip S. Callahan l.
,Airborne operations give the) ,,,, >7' ar 140.
student! adf'qllatetralnln" on VP-5 ordnance officer, '
: .. Loading live rockets and bombs
claims! credit for the "II rIIt ordnance .
submarine tracking and destruction ; )jy' I I however, would I require taking
crew to field-test and loada I
through the medium of GETS "BENNY" ARD-Ra1rnClnd Wingatc of the fire division P2V-5 in four minutes"Ensign planes to the Hangar\ because of
special" deices.Through at NAS Cecil Field, accepts a check for $10 from Capt. JohnW. special loading equipment' neededIn
constant evaluationand Byng, commanding officer of NAS Cecil Field for his benefic Howie Sumem, assistant the work.

improvement it is anticipatedthat' \ lal suggestion. Wlngate won the award for suggesting construction ordnance officer in VP-5, put more I .
of a protective fence at the station pump to eliminate a fire
the course will soon become stress! on the claim by challengingany It's possible the cow Jumpedover
hazard caused by waste blowing over the air strip and are .. lie
as .effective at aircrew training was one of several Cecil men to receive beneficial suggestion P2V-5 ordnance crew "alongthe the moon because the milk.

as any available I awards. East Coast to beat our accur- maid's fingers were cold.

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$; 'T.t .T."i/JJ .' ,L .'.'';)(o-. ,. "..Z"p'A;, #!-1'' (.. "1.1.1 J Plaudits GivenPistolmen

.T. L4a II' By .

-Director .

at Congratulations for Jax Navy's

imE fine showing in the National MidWinter .

Pistol Matches were ex-

I 'I tended the local team last: week.

H4HH U 'I la by C. A. Brown, tournament di-

"' frk Pector.In .
; 9 4'- '
4 WUL--1ohD M. Charvat a letter to Capt. Burnham
e Af fr
New York in the American League, Brooklyn in the Na- I ; McCaffree, Commanding Officer .

tional. That's the way we see the pennant race in the major *' ; of NAS, Mr. Brown wrote,
this with the lidlifter only four days
j leagues season, "Their conduct and
13-New York at Washington and Milwaukee ,, sportsman.
away, April ship exemplified the high tradi
I at Cincinnati. tions of the Navy."
Quite possibly the words of Tris Speaker, benign mem- _
ber of baseball's Hall of Fame, who told this department last I' Capt. McCaffree also extendeda
s. wcjl done to the Jax pistol
year "I always like the champions, prompted our decision.
-< ,v-..! squad which won the .22 caliber
National Match Course Team
Scanning the spring training reports, however, ALL-STAR, AWARDS-Eddie Connell, from Southslde play-
and in
there could' be no cother choice. Casey Stengel and ground Toted one of the outstanding players in the Jacksonville- competition was second

his talent-laden Yankees are set to rocket down the pennant Nary Bo1s',Baseball Training Camp all-star clash last Saturday, the Grand Aggregate' Team
accepts his prize from Lcdr. Richard V. Donahue, Camp Director. Match.
highway for their fifth straights Derailment.. by; Prices were presented to 19 of the youngsters who participated in ,
Team Bob
Cleveland is not out of the picture, the all-stir game The Americans drubbed the Nationals, 15.1, in captain Stringer anticipated -

Cleveland can not be counted out. Bob Lemon, Mike the fray which annually'concludes the camp entering the Fliers in
the Kinston Police Pistol Championship
Garcia and Early Wynn comprise the soundest mound staffin
April 24-26: at Kinston,
the league. Indian lumber luggers have larruped exhibi- Slur Tilt ClosesBoys' N. C. Crack Marine squads from .

tion pitching at an awesome clip and appear ready for a Lejuene and surrounding camps .

campaign.In .
rugged are expected to attend.
the Yankee camp the ageless veterans have been
carefully scrutinized by visiting scribes. Cognizant of the Baseball School Last week at Ocala, John "Cur.ley" .

fact that without Vic RaschI, Allie Reynolds and Ed Lopat Lucas won the Master Ag
for regular hill stints thelYankees\ pennant argosy; is gregate in the Open Class at a
ready There was more than one finger in the all-star pie at the
match the Ocala
seriously threatened. Stengel has been reluctant to over- final session of thefifth annual Jacksonville Navy Boys'Baseball sponsored by
I Pistol Club. .Al Peltier was sec-
praise his charges. Training Camp Saturday morning Mason Field. -
The American League will definitely be tougher. Chirago ond'in Sharpshooter competition,
has been strengthened with :Ferris Fain at first base, In fact, there were 360. Thirty Remaining participants in the :while J. E. Peterson was third in'
six in the
Washington, with improved'hitting, will l be no push over, and youngsters participated all-star game were Bob Wood Gerald the Marksman division.
finale of the jointly sponsored Cityof .
the Athletics continue to build into a pennant contender Jacksonville-Naval ,Air Station Crews, John Hughes, Henry
Barksdale, J. W, Rowe, Billy Bal
nod for project which has mushroomedsince loo, Kenneth Guilty, Jack Higgs, Skeet Team
Behind the Yankees- Cleveland rates our Its growth in 1949 to a 'nationally -
Fred Weinbarg, Wayne Mobley,
second Chicago third, Philadelphia fourth, Washingtonfifth recognized event.It .
Louis to hold Cecil Reeves Marshall Carr, Willie To Fire In
Boston sixth, and Detroit and St. up was of little Importance that
Jarrell Paul Corley, Buddy Duq-
the second division.
the American defeated
A comprehensive analysis of the American circuit was National League League, 151. Attention ham Bobby Forsyth .and Pedro Azalea OpenBird
of the Boston Red Sox Reyes. I
given by Lou Boudreau, manager was focused on the work of each
when he said, "If Casey Stengel says as lucky as he has lad as instructors were given a Lcdr Richard V. Donahue NAS busters ot the Jax Navy

been for the past four years, and Phil Rizzuto continues as chance to ,view results of four Special Services officer and camp skeet team will shoot the lid oft .
short, who is likely to stop this New York club?" weeks of diamond training offered director, made the presentationof
Tossing aside our anti-Brooklyn robe, which we've worn the 11 to 15 year old laymen. awards along with Chuck Rog- their 1953 season at the Jacksonville

since away-back-when, the Dodgers must be rated repeat Americans ''Win Easily ers, City Recreation Department Gun Club when they com

champions in the'Natiortal League. The issue was never in doubt. representative. pete In the Azalea Open Sunday I

Some indication of the Dodgers' strength was given in Tallying eight runs in the initial Line score: afternoon.In .
the announcement that rookie Junior Gilliam had nudged the American .... Sol 304-15 2
stanza, the winners added one in National ..' .. 001000- 1 3 6 weekly Wednesday tryouts
off second base.
Jackie Robinson
sensational the third, twq in the fourth and Dahnke. McKinney (5). Halloo ''IS) Gene Varner and Bill Arthur recorded
and Connell; Gaston, Reyes t3):I and
four in the sixth. Cartin Corlef (6)). perfect SOxSO's to deadlock
\ Manager Chuck Dresscn has the'pleasant task of The National Leaguers countedonce ---++* 4or individual laurels. Ken Pender-

finding a slot for the veteran Billy Cox in the revamped in the third and were held gras, Joe Hayman and Bill Fruch-'

Brooklyn infield. Could be Robinson will occupy first in check mot of the way by Roger Four Deadlock l For tenicht scored,hits on all but one

base, moving Gil Hodges to the outfield. Dahnke, Chuck McKinney and Blind Honors of 50 shots to finish a close sec
Brooklyn's pitching, made stronger with the additionof Billy Balloo. Bogey ond.

ex-Phillie Russ Meyer, will have ace reliefer Joe Black Immediately following; the game Blind bogey honors were Team captain Tony Trusso informed

available along with Billy Loes, Carl Erskine and PreacherRoe. awards, donated by Jacksonville shared by four station golfers the Air News that all personnel

merchants, were presented to 19 the past weekend, all of whom interested in skeet shooting *
Pressing the Dodgers all season will be Philadelphia, outstanding players. The list of carded 73's on a handicap basis. particularly those who ca. .
New York and St. Louis. Any of the three could slip into
prizes included bats, gloves, shoes .
Robert Bill shoot better
Murphy, Korressel, than 47 x 50, are invited
the top spot and surprise no one. Chicago, Cincinnati, Bos-
and baseballs autographed by the Tom Laderaia and Ben Thorns to the, Wednesday sessions
ton and Pittsburgh are $2 bets for the second division.
Boston Red Sox. topped field of 40 on the NAS at 1100 at the NAS Skeet Range.A .
Hailing the revival of the old "Whiz Kid" spirit, Manager Give 19 Prices
Steve O'Neill has 28-game winner Robin Roberts Awards were given "National course. dual match with Cecil Fieldis <

around which to build his hill corps. Curt Simmons, Karl Leaguers Raymond Lloyd, War- Professional Jack Harvey slated for Tuesday, April 14.
urged all participants in the station Trusso announced that a completed
Drews and Jim Konstanty give the Phils a stronger 'staff ren Fountain Gary Thomas, Albert !
the Bums. championship to get matches schedule Is forthcoming to include .
than "* Marchant, Claude Gaston,
played as soon as possible. Action service, state and area com
McKinney Cartin, Sonny Parnell is now in the third round. petition
Willie Jones, Richie Ashburn and Del Ennis will and Chandler Davis. ,

have to jell at the plate to produce a pennant contender American Leaguers receiving -

New first baseman Earl Torgeson will add the needed awards were Eddie Connell, Roger ;;J.r -

)long ball punch i' Dahnke, Roger Pruitt, George McIntyre -

I National League American League Mike Wolfe, Bobby Buck-

1. Brooklyn 1. New York man, Chuck McKinney, Curtis

2. Philadelphia 2. Cleveland Archer, John Robinson, Tad Davis rArk
3. New York 3. Chicago and Ronnie Smith.Amateur .
4. St. Louis 4. Philadelphia

5. Chicago 5. Washington I Golf Champ 'w. i' Sj.
F. Cincinnati 6. Boston .+ 'dt' v

7. Milwaukee 7. Detroit Bows In Exhibition
8. Pittsburgh 8. St. Louis .
National Amateur
(Editor's Note: Opinions expressed above are those of the j.
writer's and do not reflect the official opinion of the lax Air News. Westland and Bob Wallace nLiw
Besides, Cleveland will win in a walk away.) captain of Jax Navy's varsity golf F' _1 -

team, were defeated 2 and 1 by :.y:', a .

FOLLOWIN THE FLIERS-Unofficially, Jax Navy is Ken Sutton and Erwin Scott, both

leading the Florida State League. The Fliers own a pair of members of the local squad Sun

wins against Jax Beach and defeated Leesburg once. Couldbe day afternoon in an exhibition' 1j

the locals would fare well in the Class D circuit match here. _
''After six games, Shortstop Lucky Luttrell was belting opposing Scott was out and back with 35'sfor
AMATEUR CHAMP VISITS-National amateur champion
with The Orlando hit a sub par 70 for medalist laur- -
pitchers a .522 average. pro
Jack Westland (left, on his way to compete in the Masters
safely in 12 of 23 trips. Catcher Bob Home was next in line els. Weatlund, playing for the first tournament at Augusta Ga., paid a visit Sunday to the Naval Air

at .353 Right hander Clarence Eilertson was not allowed time on" the NAS course, three Station golf course. Here as' a guest .f Capt. Edwin R. Peck, ,.
a run since the Jax Eagles scored twice in the first: putted three greens, but nevertheless NATI'Center commanding officer, the champ played an exhibition
round with members .f the Jax Nary varsity golf squad. Left t.
shot 37-37 74 in fine
He's a a
inning of the opener, March 27. strung goose eggs right are, Westland, Captain Peek, Bob Wallace, Ken Sutton and

along 12 innings.: round. r f Earwln Scott.

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9 April 1953 JAX AIR NEWS .Page Seven 1

NAS Diamond -. .Orlando Cinder Team Here 'j

Loops SlateOpening TiltsGeared Saturday For Dual Meet

for high speed and x. r With an eye peeled to the 28th annual Kansas Relays,

ready for action are 23 entriesin April 18 at Lawrence, Kan., Jax Navy's varsity track team

the 1953 Mainside intramural will lock horns \vith Orlando Air Force Base Saturday, after
softball -
leagues which at 1400 at Lackawanna Park.
noon .I
have set :Monday afternoon, .
Snowing no, ill effects from KLht'LTS:
April 13, as the curtain raiser.
their four-way meet at Miami 100 yd. Dash: 1. Scott (UNt): 3:Ixvurh
Schedules for the first three last weekend, the Fliers are pre Time(Mil 'J 0.8., Stewart (JN); 4. David (M).
of action shown
days are below.
.,. t pared to cope with Jimmy South. 230 yd. Dash I. Scott(314): 2. Leach
-Team which have not already I Worth Orlando's versatile star (M); 3. Stewart (JN); 4, David (N).
Time 21.2..
picked a full schedule do
up may :
and his"mates. 440 yd. Dash I 1. Wrlbaum (Ms) 2. ,
so by calling at the Special Serv. ices office, Building 930. I Finishing second to the University II I- (M)I.I I.IT: X1,3. .
of Miami with 43 points, 880 )'d, Run. VVetbavra (M); 2. Gil.
Arrange Playing Dates : :aJBIRD'S I man (M); 3, ROM (INI); 4. Maurer
Special Services deemed necessary ; : "*" ,, t lax Navy outclassed Orlando'sentry (JN). Time :2.02.:
EYE VIE\V-'l'he' I which garnered only 17% Mile Run: 1. Dillon (}dW) 2. Vanden-
to set aside definite playing cameraman caught this action: in burg days for 'each' league so that last week's lax Nary-Leesburg fracas. Filers' right Adder Bill points. Ohio Wesleyan was fourth chu (M). 'time; 4482.
Scbnckers takes a cut at one and lines It foul..Jax'Navy thumped ; with 133points.. The Hurricane's Two Mile Run: 1. Staten (101)): 2.
teams entered in city and commercial the Lakers, 9-2, for Its fifth straltht-victorr. A day later'Ralford Vandenbur* (JN); 3. Harris (OW);
victorious total was 84. M Time
Prison 4 Dillon ( ) 10452.:
loops may arrange other snapped the Fliers' string with a 7-6, IMnning triumph. .
Scott Breaks RecordEd 120 ).ct. Hfch Hurdlci! } Beiwton
schedules. I eMir 2. South worth The American League entries, Scott again tole the show (OW); 4. Donaldton (M). Time 15.7.
Raiford Slams Gate OIFliers' for the locals. He the 220 )d. Low Hurdlet 1. Sernple
11 strong, will vie on Tuesdayand equalled OW( ):\ 2. BankitonjM( ); 3. Dtvald
Thursday.. In the Rational meet record of 9.8 seconds in the (M); 4. Buckley (M). Time 270.
Mile Relay: 1. Miami (ReIJt1".Grlt.tlth. .
loop, with 12 learns entered, play 100-yard dash and established a Reiser, Welbaum, Time 3::N.4.
will be on Monday and Wednes new mark in the 220-yard dash Dlicuir 1. McCoJllater (M){ :2. Brau.llxam .
Victory String 3, Field M) 4. Durtholtz
with a ::21.2 performance. CJNJ'b ( ; -
day.First ( ) I.t. 152-2: !4, I
round action will term!.. Scootin' Scotty will be one of Shot Pu1, Grossman (MU; 2.
Raiford Prison bolstered Brautlgam (JN)' 3. Stoup (JN) 4.
. apparently during the off ;
nate in May at which time a second : the representatives from this Durcholti ,(0), Dist; 49V4.
round will be drawn to ex. season, upset Jax Navy's victory cart at five straight Sun station to vie In the Kansas Re. Pole Vault 1. Southworth (0)) : 2.
day afternoon inside the "gates needing 11 innings for tie Campbell and Kelley (JN) and
tend until early July. League a lays, annaully a magnet for top Relchert (M). Pit, 12-0.
7.R dedsion.___ _____ _
n Hlfh tie Donaldion and
winners will meet for the Main. cinder contingents throughout the Jump: I
Jax Davidson (tM) S"mplf'OW) and
side title and a berth in the station Beach terminates its spring Leesburg picked Up its markersin country. Coach Paul McCoy was Southworth (6). list. .11.". ,
playoff. series with the Fliers the second and fifth both uncertain of the number to be Broad Jump: 1. Alexander (Mj): 2.
this afternoon at 1630. Lefty Jim un Southworth 10)) : 3. Carrier (M>; 4.
23 Entries earned. Infield bobbles by Neely carried to the colorful Lawrence, ixmaldaon (eM). Dtit. 211.
Eason will go for his second win Kan. Javelin: 1. Peterson JN): 2. South
American league entries in. Of and DeJoy set the stage for both program. worth ( ); 3. Bartolovlch tM); 4.
the i t'll'
elude VP-5: VA-175, VP-3, VC. season against the Sea Laker runs. Under pressure for the first Fields ) Dlat..188t.. >
Birds. ----- ---- ,
62, VF-171, VF-43, YF-174, VF. Big Second time this season, Mel Peterson %
Friday and the locals
172, Fasron Six, Fasron 109 and will host Presbyterian Saturday in a two DeJoy singled to center with threw the javelin 188' ,\" to win Netmen SubdueN.

VJ2., Mayport, 0 &. G, NARTU, series. Clarence Eilertson' one down in the Fliers second. by a scant five feet over South. '
Medical and Dental, Hospital, (1.0)) and E/nie Funk ((1.0)) will : Ernie Funk and Neely backed worth of Orlando. J. Teachers

FAW-11, Communications, Supply toil for the Fliers. Last night at singles, scoring De Joy, Jim Relay Team Second Jax Navy's improved tennis

Commissary, Personnel, Fae- Leesburg Ken Jacobs (1.0)) traded Coughlin drew life on a first Miami's mile relay team of squad blanked New Jersey State

tuLant and Operations will.battle pitches with the Lakers. base error leaving runners at first Reilley, Griffith, Reiser and Welt Teachers College, 6-0, Saturday

lor the National league title. Errors Costly and third. baum broke the tape in 333.4: in afternopn on the BoOne Park

, Utilizing five fields, Albemarle, Faulty fielding by the apparently i A sharp single to left by Lut- besting Jax Navy The previous courts.

Yorktown, Saratoga, Ranger, insouciant Jax Navy infield trell plated Neely and he had afoot week the Fliers Burned in a 3.33.3: Tuesday afternoon the Fliers ,

Wright and Hospital, league ac. was the downfall against Raiford. 1 race to pay dirt with Cough. to defeat Quantico.Bob were host to Auburn University, '

tion is expected to run smoothlyover The Fliers led S-2 with two Tigers lin when, Bob Home doubled Drautigarn was second itt I. but no score was available at

the four month season. retired in the ninth before the Inner deep to center. A free ticket to both the discus ,and shot put, press time.
Game schedule for the first Matt Woloszyn and Bill Schuck- while Don MNfll.Kft:(
defense Vandenberg, discharge
collapsed. Leon Wilson I ( ) .tfd Nick Sitn.
I three days: Tom Neely's wild throw on aground I er's infield single produced another 'ed from the service this week, sire TO( ), 6-0.. 'tl.de
APRIL ItVP5 Norman Uieault (N) defeated Horne
vi VK.m Albemarle ball allowed two runs to run.Woloszyn. was runnerup in the mile and two Meon (TC), 75. 6-0. '
VF172 vi VA-175 Ranger John lioule (N) defeated Connie Per
VP.3VJ2 va Kairon; 6 Siritoca cross in the ninth before Third- scored shortly after mile events. Finding a replace ry (TC) 60. 8-3,
Faal'on 109 vs VO-62 WilRhtvi baseman Doc Richey doubled to* when Joe Fay was safe on a ment for Vandenberg has present Bill Wlllli (N) deefated ZlggU Kwla.
VF-171 YorktownAPRIL. I tow kl (TC), 8-6 6-0.
14Msyport plate the evener. Both nines ex. fielder's choice, the play at second ted a headache for the local DOL'ISLRHiloule ; :
vi Comm. Albemarle i and Foley 0 0 vs Supply Ranger changed a run in the 10th. to catch Shuckers too late. coaches. lira and Neon ) 8-4. 5-T. 75.
NARTUPersonnel v Commit. Saratoga rv.TVw skied < i..ft' Dunlap and JluPt'r eN) defeated! Perry
: In the llth, Ralph Bennett, who ; rt ._.. and Funk '
Med.-Den. Wright -- -" -- and Kwlatowskl ( ),, -:. 62.Mainside's .
Hospital'I FaetuLant HospitalOper. relieved Duane Sheets in the seventh fanned to end the uprising. v m v ,
FAW.U: v. Yorktown Sports Car Club
Armi is fanned two hitters after re 12-IIit Attack

VA VK-174-175 VI vi VP-3 VF.43 Albemarle Hanger linquishing a single to the leadoff j Neely lifted a looper behind Elects Officers Keg 4

}VC-62'.non I *.... v.VI VF-172 VF17IVP5 Wright man. He was in trouble, however, third that went for two bases. He .
Fasron 109( v. Yorktown when he walked the next hitter, I scored on Home's single to give At, the monthly meeting of the Champs Annex

leaving runners on first and sec the locals a third inning tally.In Sports Car Club of Jacksonville: ,

Golfers Test Eglin ond. I the seventh Woloszyn was Lcdr; Richard Lichtermann WM Station Crown
unanimously elected president for
Sheets Bennett Hurl
walked to force In Coughlinfrom '
Saturday On Road Leftfielder Dan Muni ell third when the sacks were the 1D53 season, succeeding: Bud Needing only six games to turn

Rain forced cancellation of doubled home the winner and the jammed. Neely, Luttrell, Horne Clark, civilian engineer for the the trick," Patron Six, Mainside

the Jax Navy varsity's scheduled Fliers were tagged with their and Fay had two safeties apieceto Army Engineers. champs, defeated NATTCenter,

golf match with Patuxent first loss in six starts. Sheets gave pace the 12-hit barrage. Founded in March, 1052, the representative AE School for the

River here last week-end. Sat two runs and three hits in his Line acorN; club has grown' steadily and now station* bowling crown last week

urday an elght-man team will stint, walking eight and fanninga I>et>urjr 010 010 000-2 3 4 boasts a membership of 87. Eighteen na beat of nine playoff.

play Eglin Field at Eglin, Fla. pair. Bennett was'touched for Jag Urquhart.Navy Bartl 071((0 000 and,10.Caldwell- 12 4; MG'f, 10 Jaguars, one V8-60 Rolling the first three gameson

five runs on seven hits and three Funk, EllerUon (II) and Horn Simca and five Sunbeam Talbots the center alleys, Fasron
Jai 001 101 200 5
Navy 10- It
free tickets. Raiford 100 010 003 11-7 10 6 art included in< the mobile com dropped only the second meetingand #I
SPORTS SHORTS"Horse" Bob DeJoy tripled in the third, buck Sheet and Bennett Weadon.(7) and home; Hub- plement.STRIKESSPARESSPLITSFasron. then proceeded to take three ..

Haggerty, colorful scoring on a pass ball, to knot straight at Mainaide to assure vic

member of the New York Celticsof the count after Raiford tallied tory.

some years back, was involvedin once in the first Lucky: Luttrell's Kramer Rolls 165

a little horseplay one evening home run over the left field High single game series for the

against a team of fast moving boards gave the Fliers a 2.1 mar winners was an 854, rolled the

cagers. Nat Holman, a teammate, fourth outing AE School used an
said to the other" three, 'The next counted once in the 899 to capture its only win, with

time these guys come prancing fourth, but the Fliers opened and Bob Kramer firing a neat 255, the

down the floor we'll step aside and went ahead until the ninth with Individual high of the playoff.

let 'Horse' have 'em all." Down one in the sixth and two in the High individual game for Faa

'they came and "Horse" moved desperately seventh. ron was Don LaMay's 242 in the

to protect the basket. He Defeat Leesburg third fray. "SJg" Gudal rolled a

was so adept at gathering in rebounds Saturday Jax Navy pushed 201 to pace Fasron's 854 series. ,

he emerged from the melee across seven runs in the second Trams BalancedIn

unscathed, with the ball, as his canto to coast to a 9-2 victory addition to Gudal and La-

open-mouthed teammates stood over Leeiburg of the Florida State May, Fasron Six was representedby

looking on.Pregame. League Ernie Funk, veteran right w it Pete Giovannlni, high game of

hander making his first start of 182, Jim Manno, 'high game of

p r 1 Ice. for reserved the season, went five innings for 190, and Stan Kregkowiak, high

eats for the 1947 Notre Dame- the victory. n_______'_ n. -v"O"..,.... '" '" .... game of 189. ,

Southern Cal game were $20 each Funk was t charged with both Six continued Its AE School sent Paul Wlltsey,

in cocktail lounges equippedwith Laker tallies, allowing three one drive for dominance of intramural sports fcy adding the relentless high game of 171, Frank Faaeka,
television. base blows while fanning five station bowling title to its strinr. Members of the winning Fasron high
game of 174, Tom Fuhrman
# a a and walking four. Eilertson relieved Six combine, which downed AE School of NATTCenter for the ,
crown are (left to right), Jim Manno Stan high fame of 208, Bob Vincent, ,
Walter Johnson hurled 113 shutouts in the ,sixth and pitched Don La-
ball. May and Pete Giovanninl. Slg" Gudal, fifth member of the kaaa high game of 172, and Kramer in
from 1807 to 1927. no-hit, no-run is not pictured. quest of the ,title.r .



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Released to Services

(Items offeringfor sale articles a -=----= Washington (AFI'S) The.
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of property such as washing machines d. "Report
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radios clothjng) and the like are t _--- shorts has been released by the
Armed Forces Information andEducation
prohibited by Defense Department The big night Is Saturday Ap- .
regulations. This column will however Division. It is entitled
ril 11. A free buffet dinner will
list, such ei'vices as available begin in the dining room at"2000, "Atom Atoll
The 18-mlnute film is the official .
housing, rides wanted and
with baked'ham, turkey, baked
lost and found articles or'other beans and the trimmings. flint report of .the testa
similar notices. of atomic weapons.at Eniwetok
) Immediately after dinner, free
Atoll, ,and will be shown in all
I'Olt KKNT drinks. will be served from 2100to
hUe and theaters.
Furn.," 1-bdrnl' apt. with gar. $70 2300. There will be ',door !

mo., 2984 Green, ph. Ext. 512 or prizes and each lady will receive

8-4447 Mrs Hester. a beautiful corsage, Music for
Station Leads
Fuin, 3-rm. apt., 112 1-:. Ashley, the nights dancing will be by the
Ph.5676, Mrs Stradlman. m *'Revelers", A girl vocalist will (Continued from Page 1)

Widow will share 8-rm.: house. Ph. 1. be featured.
-, ,- ... .-.- Supply, with only three lost,time
88-9337. or 21056. Mrs. Hudson. Reservations for Saturday's accidents
IM ACTION BEGINSIntramural among nearly 800 per
}'lIrn. 3-rm. house 2077 Hyde Park Softball action at NATT party will be by tickets whichare sonnel.It .
Rd Ph. 21496. Mrs. Oveiby.Unfuin. NAVY WIVES Center got underway last week available either with Boardof
i is notable
2-bdr'm. duplex elec. kit. with the traditional "choosingup" Governor's member 'or with too that the Navy
has been able to close the First
$75 mo. 2983 Gilmore St. G. B. CORNERA ceremonies determine any club officials. Tickets are '
which team takes to the field Aid Station formerly maintained
Hester. Apply after 5:30: P.M. $2.50 each.It .
first. Comdr. Charles Dodd, director at the Supply
Department salvage
Furn room-Private Home. 2,320Foibes business meeting of .Navy of training (renter) who,, il requested that reservationsbe
St. Ph. 77895. Mis. H. Wives Club 86 was held Wednes- tossed out the first ball, officiates made by Friday morning' Ap- yard, as accidents there

Kelly. day, April 1. The following activity as Jimmy Homer of AO ril 10. Dress is optional. The dropped jfrom 125 to 0.
Ships Company and Oscar Jen S .
'urn. 3-rm. apt. Ph. 8-17&). Mrs. reports were given: kins: main bar will be opened for
of Personnel
-f o
Ballentlne.Fuin. The Not New Shop will stay "eagle claws." i general attendance. MUCH OF the success of the

room. 4453 San Jose Blvd. open on Tuesdays only>> from 1000 accident prevention: campaign is

P. N. Spears. to 1600, as "usual.! l A. pick-up trip due to the"personal concern of

Fuin. dble. room 2585. St. Johns. over ,the housing .ateas. was! made Possible Pettibone Wrath ,Makes Capt. Burnham O. McCaffree,
Ph. 81241., Mrs. John} Hamlon. last week and met with good result i i commanding officer of NAS Jax.

1 Fuin. 2-bdrm. apt 782 Ring St D Donations of any kind of Pilot Thinks Twice Lands Safely He has supported wholeheartedlythe

Riverside Ph. 4-3612:: or 61619. merchandise are always greatly : full-powered program developed -
Mr. Ferrell. appreciated "If I pass this field up and fail I by Garrettson and Rob

Ful' 2-bdim. apt. $65 mo. Ph., 98; f '* to make the next one, what I ert F. Taylor,. station safety su-

4158. Mr. Hedgeteth. The hospital Nursery, which: la would "Grampa Pettibone" say perintendent.The t.

Fuin. 3-rrn. day or week. 2601 free of charge for children whore in his Naval Aviation News column sharp decrease in accident .

Park 'Ph, 82770., Mrs. Houston. mothers; have doctor appointments, ?" frequency and severity has entitled -'

Unf 'I'n.I'm.. apt. $60 mo 2700 took care,, of about 350 children This thought occurred to Lt. the Naval ,Air Station to
W Lakeshore Blvd' Ph. 24291. during March. The Officers Wives (jg) Edward Gillespie of Fighter fly the Green Cross flag of the

Mia McGowan donated a. record player. Squadron 11 when he encountered National Safetly Council

F+rrn. 3-rm. apt. 919 Rosselle.. 'Ph. The Teen Age Club boasts an engine trouble wish his Ban-

8.2655, after 4:00. Mr. Rhodes. attendance of about 30 ,boys and shee jet while on his way here overhead. "I never saw so many

Fuin. 1-bdim. house Apply Lutins girl each 'evenIng it U 'In opera a, recently from the West Coast after people when I landed", LU (jg)

Store in Orange Pk. '$55 mo. tion. Operating, hours have been .,k :-0 Korean duty. -' Gillespie said.

Mrs. Sentry changed and will\ be M follows: d, A thrown turbine blade had After he had touched down and

Share 3-bdrm. house with couple. Monday and Wednesday 1700- caused his plane to drop from managed to pull his plape up at

Ph. 88-8037. Mrs. Johnson.' 2100; Friday, 1700-2200; Saturday, 1 47,000 to 8,000 feet altitude but the other' end of the runway,

) Futn., dole and single \, n. 2719 1500-2200. The rl appropriated) he managed to hold it there des- which was short for a jet landing

Park St. Ph. 20087. $5 or $6 per 20.00 for the purchase of more aa f pite strong vibrations from his he turned it. around and foundhe

wk: L. VVolins.Finn. equipment crippled engine.. still had troubles.

4-1'm. house. $M mo. MurielSt. The Banshee jet was too heavy

Inez. Wilson. Ph. 27957.. A chairman WM: appointed for WHEN, L'.:'. (jg) Gille pie-sight- for the macadam runway and
ed the civilian airfield Me-
rou SALK operation "Thanx." The'club member at would sink through whenever

:3-bdim. house 5830 Firestone Rd. pledged to send 25 packages Combs Miss., he was tempted to he stopped. One wheel finally
9100. to Korea each month to service you are in 'trouble and have' a pass it by and try for the next broke through entirely but some

3-bdim house (for rent or sale) men who get little'or no mail. field below, take 1tl"! That's one. A statement in one of planks were obtained and a groupof

Ph. 8-4819 01 Ext. 203. Mr. Attention All Nursery Patron: what "Grampa Pettibone" says "Grampa Fettibone's" columns townspeople pushed the planeup
Feftt. In his Naval 'Aviation News where he rehashes aircraft accI-
BeginningTuesday, April 14, the on the boards.
(column and that's what Lt.
dents and unusual
3-bdrm house. 13800. 433 Da. Nursery will discontinue to serve (Or) Edward Gillespie (right) occurrencesto .
Vind. Ph, 84500. Lt. hot pilots was remembered; "When .
Hanke. suppers during the summer did when he encountered engine A TELETYPE machine
in ,
6-room house 5250 Janice Circle, months. Parents are required to trouble in Mississippi. Gil you are in trouble and have a a
Ph. 88-7290.,, Lt. Harry Collins. bring sandwiches for their thil- lespie gets a ropy of the mapa- .field below you take it;!" weather station enabled him to
zinc from Stan Kresowkl AMC. Three other pilots who had report to his commanding officer
8-1 room house, 2911 Lakeshore dren. The Nursery. will .provide,
--- been flying with Lt. (jg) Gilles- He remained there th night.
Blvd. Ph. 83826. Mrs Coxhead? milk for 10 cents. Supper time will
.. MISCELLANEOUSBomeone be at 1830. pie from Dallas where he had Comdr. Robert M. Bruning,

to drive" '50 Chevrolet to refueled after stopping there on Commander Carrier Air Group,, 1

Seattle, Wash, leaving! soon a* his way from San Diego were flew to McCombs the next day,
still with him when he in left enlisted to for
possible. Ph. Ext. 381. Lcdr started an ; man care
Knight.. for the landing. the plane, and brought Lt. (jg)

Will baby sit, day or night. 1575 N. Gillespie here. A new engine for

Hamilton:; Ph: 8-4956. Mrs. ALMOST THE entire town and the plane was installed later and
Addie. surrounding countryside came the plane was flown here by an-

Will baby sit, day or evening. Ph. Nominees ia the Public Works out when the jets began circling other pilot;

88-8087. Mis. Pendleton. Department for Queen in the

Bide wanted from Willow Branch forthcoming Navy Carnival for "

end College.. His.: 0730-1610. Ph. Charity are Meriam Denmark H.
Ext. 8535. Mrs Hurlbert. Clerkitypist Maintenance; Rosa.

Will baby sit. 12I5B Hancock. JAn. liePotts, Clerk-Stenp, Maintenance -

cite Wood. ; Jeanette Riley, Clerk-Typ

Fide wanted 2943 Gilmore St lire ist, Utilities and Frances Cherry,
f 1':30-4:00.:: ;' Helen Robe ts, Ext. Secretary to Public" Works officer.
8107. The girl receiving the most
t votes from this Department by
Friday of this week will be the
1 Array of Gifts Queen to represent Public Worlds

in the Station contest. Remember,
(Continued from Page 1)) g
., r'S it's a penny a vote, A
net and
women civilian em
Congratulations to Lt. Alan C. LR
ployees. The contestant who receives Gault, Maintenance Superintendent '

the largest number of and his wife on the recent

monetary "votes", on a pro 1'I arrival of a daughter borh Sat
rated basis (amount of pennies j } urday morning April 4.

collected as compared to Laurie Rosenburg Assistant

personnel strength) is the win. Chief Clerk is improving from
ner. _. his recent operation. Also on the
From -- --- CARNIVAL DONATION-The kickoff luncheon of the 19SJ
within commands will sick list is Dub Stembridge Chief ;
tome Cancer Crus.efe received a substantial boost when Comdr. James
eight finalists to
.represent SOME FIRE-No damper is Clerk, who has ,an eye infection. II. Armstrong ((left), executive officer of NAS Jar, presented the
NAS, NATTCenter, Fleet lovely Vera Miles, soon to be Edith Wewer of Design is on first campaign contribution in the form of a $1,500 check from last
Air Jax, Fleet Air Wing 11, seen in the Warner-Color movie leave this week. Hope I. Mills- year's Navy Charity Carnival funds. The presentation was madeon
Marine Aviation Detachment "The Burning Arrow. She price is on two weeks leave due behalf of Capt. Burnham McCaffree, commandingofficer,- and
NATTCenter, Naval Hospital, wa signed to a film contract to the recent illness of her was received by Or. Harry Nelson (center), president of the Amer
while appearing In a recent leaD Cancer Society. Paul Reinhold (right), Chairman of the Du-
NARTU and NAS Cecil Field. Miss America beauty contest. mother. val County drive looks on appreciatively.