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 16, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'We/come Home" To USS Champlain


Three Carriers ,


In Jax Waters .

Impetus was added to the ever-increasing aircraft carrier '.

activity: in waters adjacent to Jacksonville with the

presence this week of three of the Navy's carriers.It ; I

marks the. first time that as '
home-based Carrier
many as three carriers have beenIn Mayport
Jax waters at one time. Twoof basin' is scheduled to make its

the "floating airfields" the USS appearance here Saturday.

Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42)) .
and the USS Salerno Bay (CVE- This
marks the initial visit of,
119)), a smaller escort carrier ar-
HEADING FOR HOME! -Steaming; towards its home port of Mayport is the USS Lake Cham- rived, here earlier this week the Salerno Bay 557-foot carrierof .
I plain which is scheduled to arrive at its new home Saturday. The ."Champ" is one of three carriers The USS Lake Champlain the "Commencement Bay"
in Jai waters this week. The others are the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt and the USS Salerno class: ,
flay (CVA-39)), which is now officially
sTraining _, The Roosevelt has been a frequent -
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visitor here in recent

Center trll1 months operating with Fleet Air

Jacksonville squadrons.. The

x-AfflaI1w Roosevelt is one of the Navy's

Sends Five To S largest: carriers in service today.,

Both the Roosevelt and the Salerno -

ConfabFour '?;/' m EiBM[[ | Bay will be in the area '
Memphis about ten days conducting carrier

VOL-ll No .2 U. S N. A. S. Jacksonville, Ha. 16 April, 1953 qualification exercises with

officers and an advisorare : local Fleet squadrons. Neither of
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NATTCenter these two will enter the carrier

representing ,ABC. Defense basin but will anchor off the
Jax at the General Aviation <: ,,; Mayport jellies *

Technical Training Conference in S .
School Closes
:Memphis, Tenn.Included Arrival of the Lake Champlainwill

in the group are 4 k mark the culmination of a

Comdr. Charles R. Dodds Direc- For 3'0. Days dream that started years ago

tor of Training; Lcdr. Richard The Naval Air Station's ABC when the first proposals were
made for establishing a carrier
Watson Training: Officer of ANP Defense School in Building; 168 .t basin at Mayport. She is the ......

( ) School; Lt. Simon Batuk of will .be cloned for approximately first carrier to ever be based

AEB( ) School; CHEflEC J. K 30 days due to leave periods and south of Norfolk Va. Althoughher

Eaon* of AEA( ) School and William transfer' of current key personnelto home port was changed to fH

Ross education advisor to instructor's school. S. w 6 3. Mayport sometime ago this is '
Since the ABC School was commissioned the first time the carrier has entered -
Director of Training.Purpose' .
in June, 1952, over 350 the basin since becoming ,
of the conference is to ,
naval personnel have attended the 4 5 a "Jacksonville" ship.
th"e training problemsof
compare four day-course (a total of 2,344 ; No Open House is planned by
the Technical Training Command
student hours) in the art of self- V either of the three carriers due
with those of the operating
protection in atomic biologicaland to their operating schedules.
forces. The conference was called
chemical warfare training. However the men of the Lake
by Deputy Chief of Naval Opera-
Neatly 2,000 more. personnel hove ,BEIIiND THE SCENES-Much has been written on what to Champlain will be'feted at a big ..
tions for Air, who is sponxib1e Undergone gas''' il ck-o"t,;'representing expect at the blgtNavy Charily"'Carnival, May '15*-16, but there Is welcome party given by the f
for training of Naval aviation some 3,900 student} hour I a lot of work to be.done behind the scenes by all hands who pitch Jacksonville Beach Chamber of
personnel ashore and afloat. The in preparing for the big: event. The Carnival is live weeks away,
'conference is scheduled to extend In addition instructors. D. \\'. I but this rrew of Richard IJonsack, ET3. (left), Lee Sampson Commerce Saturday evening.

from April 14 to April 17. (C'roNftlen", AOC; William U. \VU.- I, KTSN (center), and Colin Campbell KTSN: put' together the .
gaud, A 1)(', and Ken \\'. Kowal- "wheel" for the NAS Communications booth. Hangar 113 will
Comdr. I. M. Hampton, staff house over 35 different amusement concessions, plus the famous Sgt Chilton Tops '
ski, AO( have'! conducted threeabbrevlated
Eldorado Saloon.Beyond .
training officer, announced that
some of. the operating foices' courses at Jacknonvlll At ANP( ) School
Hea<'h, and several oilier( Description
most outstanding specialists are
In connection with CIvil Defense 'Marine S t. Kerlin E. Chilton ,
expected at the conference to
I IM ".11. took first place in last week's
give critical evaluation of the
Carnival To BeBigger
best technical training of its: kind Jacksonville civic groups have Midway graduating class at Airman Pre.
also been trained in certain phasesof paratory School at NATTCenter;
in the world.Seven .
atomic war'fate. According to He finished the eight-week ..

current plans, the school will be Better Than EverAll course with a final mark of 90.43in

'Hornets'Get re-opened around May 1, e ; a class of 163, and from here _

will to the Aviation Electron- -
Due-to shortage of certain items, go
the school has beert unable to of the jrood old-fashioned spirit of carnival-time icsman School at NATTCenter,
Coveted 'E'For out a full scale program. HoweverIt carry will }prevail May Ifi and 16 at the Navy Carnival for Charity, Memphis.
including gala midway lined with gaily colored booths to
is anticipated that these oTiott- a A veteran of the Korean fighting
within amuse and entertain. he served with the First Ma-
Aerial SkillExpert ages will\ be met the near
future.Personnel. Plenty of hard, earnest workis each endeavoring to make their rine Air Wing He enlisted in the*

marksmanship displayed interested are urgedto going on behind the scenes. booth the most popular spot in. Marine Corps in July, 1951.

in recent competitive rocket contact the school's supervisor Construction crews from the various the Carnival area Kerlin is a graduate of Lehl,

and bombing exercises has earned LtJg( ) David W. Malvin at extension departments and units are Again this year, three big air Utah, high school. .

seven members of Fighter 8509 for classes conveningin busy! with hammers, paintbrushes craft hangars will house the

Squadron 44, based here at Jax May saws and blue prints, Carnival, rain or shine. It's Dangerous
eight Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency I 0 .

"E's" for excellence w Space In Hangar 113 has been Running In '

One member of the VF-44 assigned over 35 different con-

""Hornets", Lt. Richard II; Nelson cessions.. There will be a Chuck- Wake 01 Fog
0-Luck, Wheel of Chance, Beat "
became double'"E"
a ace by Children in residential areas
scoring 1 the high qualifying My Shake, Country Store Arch- of the station have been observed -

scores required in both the bomb cry Muffin Tin 7 over 7 Under, running in the wake of
]Hook the Bottle Hall\ Pitch'
and rocket exercises.
ing fog dispersed: by the fogging
Lcdr. William D. Houser, commanding.officer r Shooting Gallery, Dingo and jeep.It.

of VF-44, won an numerous other fun games with may look like fun, but it

"E",for his bombing mark as did valuable prizes for the winners. Is quite dangerous officials
The famed "Eldorado
'Lt. Hoyt P. Maulden and Lt. (jg) Saloon"will point out. Parents should make
also be in this Hangar A
Charles J. O'Brien.
every effort to keep children
Carnival trademark the "Eldo
The coveted rocket awards from this/ form of amusement
rado" will be and
were won by Lt. Glenn Vaughn gayer gaudier There is: danger of running into
Lt. (jg) John P. Kushnerick and 4 than ever with a big stage show the hot fog nozzle as well ,as

Ensign Bluford D.-Page. featuring local talent and piofeasional danger of being struck by a

Fighter Squadron 44 pilots conducted entertainers It i Iii rumored vehicle from the opposite side
that the galaxy of "Big
their competitive aerial of the road.Attention.
Name" stars will be
'exercises in their F4U Corsairs. on hand has also been di-
their names to be divulged
-l .. _.._.'. ... < shortly tected. to vehicle operators,
WEATHER OUTLOOK S S who should observe the flashing
DEADLY STING-Providing the Navy's 'deadly sting are these blue lights of the fog jeep
Friday and Saturday -Partly seven "Hornets" of( Fighter Squadron 41. A display of their aerial Displays of local merchandiseand and stop when in the vicinityof
cloudy with scattered showers skill won for them eight Battle Efficiency. ." in bombing and manufactured articles will
and occasional thunderstorms. gunnery exercises. Left to right are, Lcdr. William Mouser, VF-41 be located in Hangar 11 4. Arranged the fog until It has dispersed
clear and cool skipper; Lt. (jg) Charles O'Brien; Lt. Hoyt l frfaulclen' ; Lt. Richard sufficiently to permit food
Sunday-Mostly the
Nelson; Ensign Bluford Page;, Lt. Glenn Vaughn and Lt. (jg) manner of a state vUIon.L ,
er. John Kushnerick. (Ple"-se Turn to Page 2, Col. 2))

Page Two JAX AIR NEWS'' / -:::: 16-- April, 1953 r

Report From Washington

:,, J1l X flel. r t s i Bill Approved To Continue

'.' J'ubllshf'd every Thursday lor Na\)' activities at NavaL Air Station, Jacksonvllle. i
BAR, JttU..%Ill. Assistance To DependentsThe
(',apt. Burnham C. MrCafftee .. ...... .. .. .. ... .. .. Commanding' Officer r
Oonvir. James 11. Ainmrong . . .. . .. .....I|......E K\lth'e Officer
' Fleet Air .Jarka.aIll. -
Hear Adm. Otbovne B. Hardlncn .. .. . .. .. .. .. ........... Commander House Armed Services Commitlee -
01 pt. Howard V. Hopkins .. . . .. . ......... .... .Chief ol Staff light cruiser USS Northampton
Fleet Air \\ \lag l\f\rm\ has unanimously approveda leader USS Nor-
'L., rapt Arthur S. Born .. .. . . .. . .. ....... . .. Commander will continue and the destroyer
''- r Cormir. Joieph T. Thornton .Chief Staff Officer bill which government folk. A third ship, also a DL, is j
' lisul Air TerhakalTralalag (eatern assistance to servicemen's
tI.. Capt. ", R. Peck . .. .. . . .. .. .. ... .. .Commanding Officer scheduled for. commissioning this
f' Comdr. nichaid S. Stuart: ... .. .. . ..... ..... .. Executive Officer dependents until July 11955. Pay- month.

f'1\ Capt. Dwlcht Wharton! .. .. ..Natal. . lUtplUl. .. .... ........ Commanding Officer ments under this provision-the S i
>''i hi. Capt. T.tlntrt .. .. ........ ..>.'AKTU. .. .. ...t... .. ... .. Executive Officer family "Q" allotment-range from The Union of South Africa has

Capt. Easton B. Noble .. ..... ...... ....... ... ... .. Commanding Officer $ l.30 to $96.90 a month, accord- check for
i6. Comdr. Anthony Tru*lo ; .,. .It. .,, .. .... .... .r. .. .,.. ,. .Executive. Officer Ing to pay grade and number of given the Air Force a

(t The JAX AIR NEWS III published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station dependents.' five million dollars to pay for'
Jacksonville\ )lot Ida, and printed commercially:: with I non-ap pro rlated<< funds that it haa
: wt no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35. Rev. I planes and supplies
> )Nov 1 H&. Copies are dUUlbuted fire of charge: at the Naval Air Station the ban announced that in Korea The
( I Nl'aAir l Technical' Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval The Navy received for use
Air button Cecil Field and the U. S. Naval Hospital. the Bureau of Medicine and Sur- South African government has
Editor-Andrew H. Planey desires applications from
1 Assistant Editor-Helen Harper; Sports Editor-John vitfaIJ8; 1Jf gery furnished an air squadron since
nrM item--Kd Henderson. risSN; Mildred Mueller SA, Ann : ; medical officers, Lcdr. and below,
l'\t't"ulatlonDlstrlbullon-MarJe\ Fusco. JO3; Vivian Knox, SA. for a course in Submarine Medi- November 1950. It has been used
The JAX AIR NEWS is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service.
AFPS material appearuiK In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe cine. Both Regular and Reserve in missions of interdiction and
written permission of Armed Forces Plena" Sen If*. Republication of other
matter, except by settee publications, Is .prohibited without permission of medical officers are eligible and are frontline close support. Previous
Editor JAX AIR NEWS to apply. Convening dates
Editorial: offices located Building 930 (topside), Phone extensions 8184 payments amounting to over
anJ 218.fluinmg. for the course are Apr. 15 and million dollars have already been --'----

A Good Thing Oct. 15 of each year. made by South Africa. ROGER M. KYES
Deputy Secretary of Defence

Two hundred and sixty three Choir Gives Roger M. Kyes has been activein
Always A Few KnuckleheadsYou're Regular and Reserve Navy lieu- Kentucky manufacturing since 1928.
tenants, staff officers, have been
recommended for promotion to Free Concert TonightThe Graduated cum laude from Har-
vard that year, the new Deputy
walking around the Lcdr. the Navy announces. Barbourville, Ky., City
Secretary of Defense put in his
I3an'arks area, or perhaps you School A Cappella Choir will
first stint M assistant to the president -
be featured in free concert
are near the Navy Exchangearea a
On. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, Chiefof at the Glenn L. Martin Corp
and you remember that Im- tonight at 1900 at. All-Saints
Staff, USAF, has announced Mr. Kjes was born in East
portant phone call to town you Chapel.
the appointment of Lt. Gen. Laur- Palestine, Ohio, Mar. 6, lKti.!
must make! Directed by Lois Benjamin
ence S. Kuter as commanding gen He attended Culver Military
You simply walk to the nearest eral of the Air University. Gen. Treadway, the noted Kentucky Academy and Rayen School at

pay phone' booth, plunk In Kuter will succeed Lt. Gen. IdwalH. choir has a wide repertoire of Youngstown, Ohio, before emterlnjf -

your coin, and in a few seconds Edwards, who retired after 36 songs, ranging from popularand Harvard.In .
business is over folk songs, to classical.
your of service.
years 1941, Mr. Kyes joined the
Several days later, you're All hands are cordially invited Ferguson-Sherman Manufacturing

'walking along the street again, The Navy has commissioned the to attend. I Corp. (later Harry Ferguson, Incas t

lemembering that Important executive vice president and
call. You rush over to 'I:
phone \ general manager, and became
A. '
\vhei the pay phone booth is 12.x: I 111II/ 111IISHL president two years later.

only -. lo and behold It's not DOESN'T SCfn TOANSWER After a trip through the Orient

there anymoie.. Wha'. Hoppen! in 1948, he joined the General I
the phone company. Motors Corp. He was executivein
This la wha' Itoppen: The Bell M charge of its procurement and

Telephone Co., which places We all know that it is only schedules staff until his appoint-

these phone booths around the the few who are to blame for ment to the CMC Truck and

station strictly for the convenience this outrage and that most peo- Coach Division in 1949 as- assist

of personnel, decided that ple use phones properly. And if ant general manager.

they would remove them, because ;you happen to see one of your I In 1950 Mr. Kyes was named

personnel couldn't take buddies tampering or otherwise i tdtK R;, oI general manager and 'a few da>slater
care of them! destroying the use of the phone, \
was voted a vice president
No, this hasn't happened yet, Just don't shrug It off and torI of GMC.

but It can and is liable to, unless get it. Kindly go over and tell He was sworn into office as

personnel a\Caken to their him what's what and If you are
Deputy Secretary of Defense!' on
adult responsibility and cease at not successful you have no other
Feb. 2, 1953. (AFPS)
once defacing, damaging and recourse but to take appropriate .

otherwise making these payphone action. Remember he's the Marriage is an institutionsome -

booths unusable one who's making It tough for want to get in and some
you and he's got to learn the want to get out.
Thin happens at this day and hard I
| way. I TilE OOD STORY-Jim Kuppersberger, AMC, checks in a new
age, here at NAS Certainly it Remember ft'llas. "you never man, William Barnett, ATC, reporting for duty at the officer-of- I
does! We have here a few miss the water 'til the well runs t I theday's office at the Naval Air Technical Training Center. MissIon Commis'sionFor
knuckleheads, real adolescents, dry:" of the OOD's office includes many and varied duties necessary
for smooth operation of the command. Looking on Is Lt. Albert
with no sense of adult responsibility. Bandosx permanent OOD. I Chief
Mho think that tearing a ,
phone off a hook, tying the cord Carnival MidwayContinued '

in and knots sometimes, shattering tearing the doors them, ( from Page 1)) Myriad Of -Duties AssignedCenter's At Center

completely off, put slugs in the fair, the exhibit booths will fea- Permanent OOD"To Ex-Chief Gloria D. Fraim was
ture appliances ice novelties Clerk
machine and ruin it for future I commissioned Acting Pay
use' is all "cute." massage and reducing equip I report to and act under the last week at a brief ceremony pre-
For general,,information, the ment, air conditioners industrial supervision of the Executive Off I ever entire seen, but without it, the sided over by Capt. Edwin R.
phone company makes very little and house items. The Florida I I ice during working hours and to operation of the car comesto Peck commanding officer of NA-

Fruit Growers will have a display I supervise daily routine and to a dead stop. TTCenter.
profit from the pay phones. .
They are strictly for convenience and there will also be a perform all the applicable duties I Fraim, who until recently was
of all. The booths cost several miniature model of Silver i : laid down for the OOD in Chapter Every minute of the day, one an instructor and phase supervisorin
Springs Fla. 10 section 2 U. S. of the chiefs and I School
handled dollars each, and damage Navy Reg-, messengers are the Aviation Storekeeper
done to them In the past An added attraction will be the ulations 1948 and such other directions on duty, Running on an eight- here, is now assistant Supply officer -

has put a financial hardship on Boat Show, sponsored annually i issued by competent hour basis, the watch is completely at the Center. .

by the Jacksonville Marine As- authority. changed three times a day He enlisted in the Navy in 1941

/115 sociation. This year the show That, in brief, is the mission This assures the fact that men at Louisville, Ky. and after attending -

will be in the exhibits Hangar. I of the permanent officer-of-the- I I thoroughly checked in the opera- storekeeper school, was
PAr W 1 Patrons will see all types of I day at the Naval Air Technical tion of the office are on duty at assigned duty aboard the USS Augusta -

'boats$, from cabin cruisers to j Training Center, asserts Lt. Albert all times. He was aboard in Nov 1942

small sailing craft and a vari- 1 Bandosz, Center permanentOOD. Located in the west wing of when it participated in the North

ety of boating equipment. Building 500, the office does a : African Invasion. In 1943 he was
Kiddieland will be centralizedin rushing business, checking In attached to Fleet Air Wing Eleven

Hangar 115, with enough pint- This mission is accomplishedat arriving personnel for duty I in Puerto Rico and was then transferred

sized booths and novelty rides to the Center by a group of 13 aboard, and those in and out on in 1945: to Jax for duty with

keep the children entertained all men permanently assigned to the leave. This is in addition to the NAS Supply department.

evening. A nursery for the small OOD's office. This complementof handling emergency leaves, special He later was asigned duty in

tots, with a registered nurse six chiefs and seven messen- I chow passes, checking secur- FAS-11 at San Diego. From there

close by, has been arranged. gers and drivers carry on a myr- ity of the building, logging reports he went to NAS, Atsugl, Japan,
wr iad of details necessary for taking care of arriving for duty. It was while at this station -
Marie Wilson, of "My Friend smooth operation of the Com VIPs, and furnishing transportation that he received a commendation -

I Irma"' fame, thought that a sub. mand. This single unit can be for unexpected situations signed by Admiral C. T.

9'Illie You forgot some marine' was a Marine with a low' compared to the oil in the crankcase which occur throughout the Com- Joy for outstanding proficiency

thing." IQ i of an automobile. It's.hardly mand. of duty.

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16 April, 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Related To Cost Of Living Index ..

Sliding Scale Arrangement 1 El r J EiN cHosrrAL-HEADLINESWith

Proposed For Base Pay warm weather calling I

everyone out-of-doors it Is a good

Washington (A'PS-An "escalator" arrangement for tame to take pictures. Cameras

the base pay of Armed Forces personnel has been recom- 3 with flash attachments are avail

mended to Secretary of Defense Charles E. Wilson. able to patients and staff. Ask

A special commission of eve the. Red Cross recreation worker

citizens, headed by Lewis L. gram for crew member positions. for details. -
Crew members who cannot be whether their
Music lovers -
Strauss, asked that base pay be
related to a cost-ot-living index reasonably expected to provide air likes be classical, hillbilly or inbetween

leadership or to serve in an opera- ate: reminded that the
and be adjusted at Intervals of
one to two years. tional capacity during an emer- hospital recreation facilities are

because of highly specialized The classical l
The commission proposed that gency at their disposal.
formula training fields other than avia- music room In the recreation build-
Congress develop a under,
tion should be removed from flight with col.
which all differential pays wouldbe W Ing is equipped a good
status. lection of classical records: in both
computed as a percentage of
base pay and that Congress auth- Review periodically the flying 33 1/3 and 78. In the lounge: these

orize the use of such a formula and service records of each officerto Is both a 45 rpm and a 78 rpm for

through Jeglslation. determine if he should remainon those who prefer music of a lIg'hter *

The final of the commission flight status even though he NO PRIVACY-No. this Is not our pin-up of the week lie's vein. All patients me Invitedto
possesses the ability to pass a Bob Carraway, AN, of Patrol Squadron 3, who has no privacy enjoy these facilities during
advised that If the escalator examination. when he takes a bath In this tub each night The "bath". part of
arrangement and other of its proposals physical his characterization of Herb Gordan, is stage play action of their leisure time.

for incentive, hazardous "Stalag 17", which is currently being presented at the Jacksonville The schedule of coming events
lllght' and aviation ob Little Theatre.
surgeons Hit the following hlglillftlitfttBingo
duty, special pays are followed
servers, medical, who presently Ward'A6 at 1400 Wednesday
that upwards$ of $200,000,000 could ,
be saved annually. : receive crew member flight pay His Stalag 17 Performance No Flub; A pi 11 22, sponsored by the
should be changed to the scale
pay National Council of Jewish'Women
The commission feels that this

saving can be accomplished "with for non-crew members-except a He Bathes Nightly In Lavish Tub .
flight who are actual
out impairing incentives which Jew surgeons Variety Show, Ward Cl at 1400

crew members on hospital evacu- Saturday, April 25, sponsored by
prove vital to our Armed Forces." Speaking ability that won
Is furnishing information to the 1
ation aircraft or are in specialized
the Junior Red Cross Unit of Lan-
A rake in, the rate of present championships in Texas and prison commandant.
projects and perform duties essential don High School.
combat pay, ($45 per month) was to the mission of the ,air made him a national oratory finalist After he joined the Navy in In the recreation hall Thursday,
proposed to at least equal the lowest -
October 1950> and was sent to
rates of craft in flight. has won Bob Carraway, April 23, at 1930:: a Variety Show
pay provided for per- Rates of flying pay should be Patrol 3 Memphis, Tenn., to aviation machinist's will be the Thespian .
sonnel engaged in hazardous duty AN, of Squadron a staged by (
mate school, he contIn-
converted to percentages of base
at least month in the current JacksonvilleLittle Club of Lee High School and! sponsoied Ii-
( $50 per ), part ued his acting with the juvenilelead
a( existing ratios and pay-
pay by Ameiican Legion Post !
Personnel killed or wounded as ment at that ratio continued. Theatre stage play "Stalag in the Memphis Little Theatre's No. 293. j ; "

a result of enemy action should be I 17". presentation of "Yes, My )
Submarine rates be I The Da in the auditorium r"
entitled to combat pay even present monthly !pie !
Daughter. This play
retained! In 1950 C a1 raw a y swept Darling is scheduled for Tuesday,
though they are not attached to a broke all existing attendance records i
Glider Section 204, PL 351, through the Knights of Pythias April 28 with hostesses from the '
designated combat unit, the commission
of the Memphis Little Theatre ,
urged. 81st Congress, as pertaining to original oratory contest, "50 Ecrelectic Club and mu.sic by the (

glider pay, be retained. Years Hence," in Beaumont High Dance Combo from the NAS Band i

commission also asked that 'hutt--present rates be ie- School, the city of Beaumont,

personnel on vessels Buffeting tamed Tex., and the regional elimIna- Green Cove Florida Group lJ

I'Thf damage or casualties as a result I JlIU1M'II'8! DI"f'luf' (1f'prOM-, ) tions, winning first in all three, Gives To Cancer SocietyA (I.

of enemy action for the month In pay currently provided for duty to qualify for the state finals; ,;
involving intimate contact with donation of $450.00 representing -
which the damage or casualties The young actor won the Texas
afflicted be continued. the contribution of the
were Incurred be paid combat pay persons state title too.
Demolition current rates be officers and men of the Florida
for that month. "
I In "Stalag 17, which .is rated
Combat pay should be author. continued. group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet,
AS a difficult play for even '
DMnjf-cunent special pay for was recently made to the Florida
ized for in
personnel minesweepers -
veteran actors, Carraway plays Visit the USO Servicemen'sClub
divers and for personnel at the division of the American Cancer
for month in which
any they the of 'Herb Gordan'
part an
above the Beaches and AirBase
mines for submarine escape training tanks, Society. Mr. L. II. Peterson, exec
sweep enemy a periodof excitable fellow with a
six or more days, the report Navy Deep Sea Diving School, and light outlook;young on life. Bus Station. Open from utive Vice President of the 'organization "

aid. the Navy Experimental Diving 0930 to 2330 daily. expressed his appre-
at the Stalag 17 is a story of captured ciation for contribution. -
Unit be continued. the
and reduce the current Pay
Modify 16 House
Thursday, April Open ,
Americans in
German pris
a ,
rates of $100 and $50 per monthbe '
restrictions against voluntary re 1 oner-of-war camp. The plot centers : table games, juke box, TV, ping ;
paid respectively to officers and ;
tirement at earlier than statutoryage I
in helium-I around the efforts of the pong and Library. i Capt. Meradith '
the commission recommend enlisted men engaged
ed. oxygen diving men to discover who among them : Friday, April IT, 1800 Cafe

here is what the commission S stead of $10,000( ( ,for survivors of Italiano, home made spaghettimeal Station's New

proposed for the other types of Foreign and Sea Duty after. military personnel who are killedin for only 39c; Ann :Mason

pay: June 30, 1953 no extra pay be action, die of wounds or as a'' and her accordion; 1900 'HafaSliced Dental OfficerCapt.

Flying remove from flight awarded for military personnel direct result of voluntary engag ; Thin" rehearsal; 2000 -

status officers and enlisted men in I leaving the U.S. for foreign or : ing in a hazardous occupation. Talent Show, last minute talent, Mack Meradith this week
non-ciew status who do not possess sea duty. Make commercial type Govern welcome. relieved Capt. T. Dewitt Allan ag

technical skills contributing !, Terminate extra pay for resi- ment life insurance available at Saturday April 18, 1400 Mary Senior Dental officer at the Naval

directly to safety or mission effectiveness I dents of Puerto Rico, Hawaii and reasonable premium rates to Smith's Singing Spree; 1600 Air Station.

of aircraft, unless they other territories or Insular posses- members of the uniformed services OrchId Girl formal dance, NAS Captain Meredith's knowledge

are in a supervised training pro- sions, who are on duty in their who are unable to secure Jumping Jax for dancing. of dentistry procedures isn't limited

places of residence or depart from I appropriate life insurance from Canteen, weekend special to practice within the con.

such places after June 30, 1933. I commercial firms because of haz- Steak sandwich, 30c; french fries, fines of.a modern equipped office;

Blood Bank Medical-limit special pay ta ot-I'' ardous military assignment hOc When war broke out in Korea in

ficers who volunteer arid are 1950, he was first in the field

Box Score cepted for active duty beyond that with the First Marine Division

required by law.Reenlistment Headquarters. ..
No Quo Per- : 'l'fgt:
Sch Met tent bonu -modification Back From Korea

NtTTCenter 190 294 154.7 of present sytem to provide The headquarters, he said, was

NARTU that no re-enlistment bonuses be J { constantly on the move, and
7 7 100.0Fla. E
Mil Dist 5 5 100.0 paid until the person involved has .. : dentistry was a "pretty primitive
completed 18 months of satisfactory f operation." Difficulties were in-
Spec. Services 4 4 100.0
service, the qualifications for '.I' ;: creased because no prolonged action -
Marine Bks 3 3 100.0
such bonus be based on quality of in Korea had been antici
Medical 2 2 100.0'IRD
individual service, that longer enlistments pated.
1 1 100.0
Dental I deserve larger bonuses, In May, 1951, he was recalledto
1 1 100.0Res.
and that a bigger bonus be paid Stateside for duty at the Ma-
Fleet 75 67 89.3
for a first re-enlistment than for rine Corps Air Station in El Toro,
Security 5 4 80.0 -
succeeding ones. Military person oy'y Calif. lie served there until or-
Operations 14 11 78.5
nel remaining on continuous serv- 41/- dered to NAS Jax.
Naval Hosp. 16 11 68.7 .' a
ice be eligible for such assistanceas 9 Capt. Allan To Bostoa
Comm. 3 2 66.6 uyM
educational or home loan bene- I Captain Meradith 1 is a graduateof
FAW-11 43 26 60.4 %
fits which are available to honor- C' the dental college at the University
Supply-Fiscal 26 14 53.8Cecil
ably discharged veterans. of Nebraska.
Field 15. 8 53.3
Overseas per diem overseas ;., Captain Allan, who has been
Adm. 5 2 40,0Gm. station diem allowance be Senior Dental officer here
per { for
Cv Spgs 30 10 33,3
ComFairJax 128 39 30.4 continued, subject to periodic review ,_ ..:J three years, has now been order.

Present schedule of attache ed to First Naval '
Public Works 25 6 24.0 NEW DENTAL OFFICER REETED-Capt., Mack Meradith District Head

o & n 90 1 7.7 maintenance allowances' be continued deft), reporting in from Marine 'I Corps Air Station, El Toro, Calif., quarters in Boston, Mass., wherehe
with annual review by to relieve Capt. T. Dewitt Allan i as Senior Dental officer of the will assume duty as District
Engineers 14 0 0.0 Naval Air Station, gets a briefing\ from his predecessor on his newi
AIM 5 0 'O.O Congress. duties. Captain Allan leaves i week for Boston where he willit Dental Officer He it a native o(

Insurance-provide $21,000 in- .be District Dental officer of Fin Naval .District. East' Boothbay, Ma


Four JAX AIR NEWS 16 April 1953

VF-104, Easton Six VF-174, VF-103, VC-62, VP-3, VF-12 Hepoif Seven-Man Crew

I. '1 Scoutinq i Jacksonville Area Squadrons To To Great Ferry BritainA Bomber

VF104Competition --- ----- -
Ensign Randy Lynn reported seven-man! Navy ferryingteam
has been keen 1 r
aboard from jet school at Kings I of officers and men of VP-
lately in the contest for ideas '
ville and Ensigns John E. Was- 5 will depart NAS Jax soon on
relative to an appropriate squadron the first leg of, a- 7,000 mile aerial -
son, Albert B. Scholl, and Will-I
insignia. Judges may have a lard G. Ryals, came from ATU I j journey to Great Britain,! where

tough time picking the winner.A 200 at Kinusvfjle. S 1 +3_ they, will 'deliver a P2V-5 Neptune -
prize will be awarded for the I '
7 P Bomber to a United Kingdom .
best ,selection. Lt (jg) Joe D. Stell was serv- squadron. .
ing at NAS Pensacola before being -
A new 'training program has assigned to'VF-174. while Ensign r The VP-5 creW' first 'boarded
been initiated and is in full '
the giant aircraft at' Burbank
Lowell Embs was a Corpus ,
swing for both officers and men.
Calif after departing 'Jaxia
Christi Tex., along with Lt. (jg)
Plans are to interview everyoneand commercial aii-craft'to return the
Herbert K. Gates who was with ,
i '
familiarize them with the bomber here : '
the all weather training com- ? patrol
courses offered by the Navy and
mand, there. Shortly after their return several -
specific plane parts were to
Lt.jg( ) "Red" Ridings is soon VF.10S be modified and a flight to Robins

to complete a ten-weeks course Six men have received desig- Air Force Base, Ga.,wes nec
lit Maintenance School Memphis, nations as qualified plane cap- dJ essitated. '

and will return to duties with the tains of the TV-2 jet trainer recently S Disembarking!" } point will be a{

squadron. as part of Fighter Squadron Macon where a ,briefing periodwill

Lt. Paul Creteau has departed I 103 program of adjusting to ;w be held to determine( a potential
,, --- "' -
for duty with VF172. jets. route after leaving' Ar-
On their to England are these seven
ENGLAND way gentia.
Ol' man stork was on the ball Charles B. Humphrey, ADI; ;
officers and men of Patrol Squadron 5, who departed early .this
recently when he winged his way Joseph F. Hirko, AD3; Dennis M. week to ferry a F2V-5 Neptune Bomber to a British squadron.. stop before crossing the Atlantic.
into the home of Harold Fletcher Shepherd, ADAN; Harold A. Standing (left to right) are, Lt. l\1yrul Howard; Lcdr. David Zlm- Pilots and crew members are:
AEC and left a 6 pound 12 oz. Kagy ADAN; Gilbert W.- Ed'' mer and Ensign Howard Summers; Crew members kneeling (left Lcdr. David W. Zimmer; Lt. My-
boy. O n his return trip the old wardson ADAN and Harry B. to right) are William :!\Iah'hf'U.D3, Robert Deason ADI; Ran- rul D. Howard Ensign HowardP.
dall Watkins, ATS and Roscoe Grlggs ALLsecond
bird dropped off another blessed Jarrett ADAN, are the'new jet ---- ---- -- ----- Summers, Robert B. Deason!" ,
event at the home of Alfred plane captains.Cigars 21.Twelve Composite Squadron 62 to resemble AD1;* Roscoe B. Griggs! ALl;

Sirignano, ADI with another were passed out by years active service a 'receiving and transfer Randall A. Watkins ATS, and

George Lafferty ADC, leading just completed by Harold C. station" at times.._ William I. Matchel AD3. '

boy.Lt.. Robert Hair is currently attending chief of VF-103, who announcedthe Reece, AEC will eventually be Reporting aboard have been Return trip to Jacksonville will

All Weather Flight 1 i birth of a son. changed to 18 years service as a enlisted men Dick son C. Smith, be made by commercial flight or

School at Corpus Christi Texas. Another "all hands" squadron result of the Santa Cruz Calif., AF3, from NAS Johnsville Pa.; military air transportation.The .
party was held last week com- native son shipping over for six Frank C. Hathaway ADS and

Fasron Six plete with beer sandwiches, and more. Donald C. Hill, HM1, from the land of tea, Bobbies, and
'NAS Intramural softball play 'recreation. Officers bested the USS Vulcan; Kenneth L. Hoer fog is the destination of Lt. Eben

got underway Monday with Fas- enlisted men in the first softball VC-62 AF3, Richard E. Krieg AF3, Leavitt, who has been transferred -

ron Six (coming from behind to game 8-4, but the white hats An Influx of new men and departure j Peter V. Punzi, AF3, and DonaldC. to the British Royal Navy in

down VP-3, 6.2 in the opener. evened the count by taking the < of "old hands" has caused I Traynor AF3 from NAS Nor- London as an exchange pilot.

The Banshees picked up a run in I folk; Norman G. Thompson, Family news from VC-62 includes -

the first, two in the sixth and I George S. Toth, Jack P. Turner the marriage of Richard
throe in the seventh William Tutt Charles L. Vaughn W. Fields, AE3 to a Jacksonvillegirl

Batteries were Bailey and Eugene A. Wagner, Melvin E. and the birth of a baby boy

Hathaway for the home team Warner and Aaron H. Williams for Herman J. Sameisky, PR AN.
with Bailey: going the full dis all seaman apprentices, from ,
tance. Fasron's totals were six e ,ra NTC, Bainbridge, Md. VF3Presentation

runs, thl'cLhitR, and one error Lt. Clayton H. Schoemaker and of awards to two
while VP-3 had two runs on Lt. Philip C. Dahlby from Com- VP-3 men and an Open House

three hits and three errors AirLant; Lt. (jg:)" James R. Babb for wives and families of%VP-3

Fasron Six ranks top in the r and Ensign Albert L. Haines from was held last Saturday morning

ComAirLant Education Training Anacostia, have reported to VC- following a dress-blue inspectionby

Program for the month of Feb 62 for duty.Composite. the squadron's skipper Comdr.

mary. Graded on a percentage : I *:w Squadron 62 held 'I' George D. Ghesquire.For .

basis, the Squadron held a highof I r : its monthly Captain's inspection his part in Operation Ski-
138.1 edging out VF-31 who last Saturday when VC-62 skipper jump Lt. (jg) Merlin L. John-

placed second with 134.9. Fasron $K Comdr. Noel R. Bacon reviewed son was awarded a letter of commendation -
also took top honors the previous the squadron officers and signed by the Chiefof

month with 138.5 percent. Naval Research.The .
The "welcome mat" received a' : .i > t _-: men.Good conduct medals were Good Conduct Medal,

thorough dusting off last week presented durign the ceremony to awarded also by Comdr. Ghes-

when 34 of an expected 90 men Arthur H. Montgomery, AF1; Lee quire; was presented to GeraldJ.

reported here for duty. The NEW ENGINE-Observing the technique In which three of I. Tinsley ADI; Doanld M. Swan- Cronin, AD!,
greatest number of men to report their rrew prepare a new 'engine for installation In their P2V-S berg ADI; Arthur J. Sinsel, ADI; A personal' tour of the squadrons
from one Squadron were 19 from are (left to right) Lt. Henry Cason navigator and Lt.jg( ) Merlin Joseph D. Foeisch, AM3, and was conducted for the fam
VF-62. Ten checked in from VA. Johnson and Lt. Gordon, llartwlck, pilots of VP-4 patrol bomber Kenneth D. Sellers AE3. ilies following the inspection and
that flew 400 miles on one engine. Crew members are (left to
45, four from VF-44, and one Several VC-62 officers have presentations.
right) Everett Stenshorn ALC; Ernest Fox, ADC, and James
from VF-83.: O'Sullivan, AO3. been practicing regularly during 1 .
Donald E. Angst; PRAN checked the past few weeks with one re- VF.12

in Monday after completing sult being Lt. (jg) John H. Two marriages and one transfer
four months schooling at PR VP-3 Patrol Bomber Braves Cover's qualification as an ex- comprise the news in Fight-:

School, NATTU, Lakeshurst N. J. pert with the':'i8 caliber pistol:" (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5))
VF-174 400 Miles On One EngineA -

Lcdr. George II. Suit is now

exec of VF-174, having relieved true-to-life epic in the sky was vividly portrayed by nine

Lcdr. James H. Parker Lcdr. officers and men of VP-3 who safely landed a P2V-5 Neptune

Suit reported to the squadron bomber after flying 400 miles on one engine with visibility down to H ,tW
horn Patuxent River, Md. zero.

A postman's holiday; Navy- Homeward bound via the
style, has been taken by Lt. Bob ity.
Azores from French Morocco after .
Hall and Lt. (Og) Charley Bailes. I
live months duty, the hugeaircraft's "Safe return of this flight is
Despite: a recent five month Med
Bruise they couldn't get enoughof starboard engine faded attributed to the skillful performance -
the water and have jointly out after logging some 900 miles of duty and alert action by
over the Atlantic and approx- and members" said
purchased a 24 foot week-end pilots crew
imately 400 miles out of Argenlia
cabin cruiser. Comdr. George D. Ghesquire,
Wedding bells will be ringingin Newfoundland. commanding officer of VP3.
May for three "Hell Razors"*. Pilots and crew members of the

Lt. (JE) Walt Hatfield May 3; Headwinds and aero visibility plane were: Lt. Gordon Hart-

,Lt. (jg) "Doc"' Burch May 20, made it tougher but pilot Lt. wick Lt. (jg) Merlin L. Johnson -

and Lt; J. L. "Sut" Suttle, May 20. Gordon: Hartwick skillfully! trimmed pilotsnavigator; Lt. HenryL.

Paul A. Deslauries, AM3, one up the plane to fly on one Cason; Everett W. Stenshorn

of Fighter Squadron 174's finest engine. ALC; Ernest W. Fox ADC; LeslieJ.

Athletes, was transferred recently Three hours later, still over the Chase ALl; Jacob Schneider, -,
Atlantic and 60 mjles out AD3 Richard K. Brandt AD3, GUNNERY ACES-Fighter squadron 101 aerial gunnery "E"af'5
) to VC12. Raymond P. Gignac, some ; congregate in front of a squadron plane in whlC'JL51x.. "..L-----------
8N, has left for duty at NAS the crippled bomber was pickedup and James W. O'Sullivan A03. wore wereftrf'dln_ _VEJOl'sreeenttompetlUve nunnery exercises -
Brunswick, Me. by Navy Argentia'i Ground Their return is an outstandingreason : Front row left to right) are Lt.jg( ) Robert Gaiorski. Ensign -,
Seven new pilots have reported Control Approach and brought to for VP-3's safety record Boots Pierce, Lt. Lee Koett, Lt. Lt Jerry
Albosta Standing (left to right) GeorgeMatSeY
in for duty, four of them a safe landing with a 200 foot which stands at the top of all LUJg) Herb Arnold; Lt. Jack Stetson Lcdr.; LUJg( ) Tom Kastner, skipper and;
coming from Kingsville Texas. ceiling) and one-half mile visibil I Atlantic Fleet Squadrons. Lt. Joe warmer.'aae .


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16 April, 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five


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QUEENS PARADE AT O & R-The Carnival Queen contest at 0 & R depart leading the parade, the gals! had a lot of fun and likewise the personnel. At the
ment has set the pare In unique vote-getting methods. What better way to Intro left and rl&ht'a few of the candidates solicit the "support" of employees Department
duce their queen candidates than to parade them through the shops-which is I I" candidates: line up before their procession (center). The penny-a-vote I
what was done during lunch hour at 0 & R last week. With Lcdr. Fred Kldd contest has taken the station by storm.
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New Marine Liaison 500 Doctors, 145 Dentists; The Race Is On

Officer Al AO School Face Service I,,'April;

'... Commissioned Warrant Officer Washington (API'S) The Initial Phase Of Queen

Selective Service System has
H. Orr recently assumed
duties as Marine Liaison officerat been requested to provide 500

the Aviation Ordnanceman physicians and -145 dentists for Contest Closes Friday

School at NATTCenler.CWO the Defense Department dur- "Secured!" When that sign appears

ing the month of April. throughout the Baittrks) it
Orr reported for duty Of the total number requested Those supporting departmental Carnival
with the Marine Aviation Detachment a Navy Charity means another weekly! "field\ day"

from the Southern Re. the Armed Forces will assign Queen contestant have only today and tomorrow to stuff has ended and the Waves have

300 physicians and 100 the ballot box favorite I everything In "ship shape" for
. cruiting Area, where he was serving of their entry.
the and 200
dentists to Army Captain's inspection But, Oh, what
Adjutant. At 1600 Friday departmentcompetition --- ----- --
0 physicians and 45 dentists to and Phase II of the contest will they went through .
He is a veteran of 19 1/2 years the Air Force.SALTY will end, and the
count. as votes for the candiatc Tote that mop, lift that pail,
in the Marine Corps. During lucky lady leading at that time
World War II he took part in the selected to represent the command Another "field day" and another
in each department will auto
Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Salpan and in the final phase. Votes detail.
matically move into the semi. Wash the windows polish the
Tinian and returned
campaigns, may not, in any manner, be ,
from a year's duty in Korea in finals within commands. brass. 1
shifted from one candidate or Sweep down the passageways,
September, 1951. He is a veteran
of the Chosin reservoir cam AT THE NAVAL Air Technical command to another during the empty the trnxh. '

paign, and was attached to the HUMOR FROM Training Center the contest contest \ Square away luggage looms!',
lockers too
gear ,
Seventh'Marines. has received excellent While active solicitation is! encouraged '
I HERE AND THERE response There's the Quarterdeck, lit un.
with all departments conducting personnel are warned dries and showers to do.

Name Honor Men I I When queried by his commandIng vigorous campaigns for their that it, must be done within the Ladders need dusting both out.

officer on the USS Princeton candidates With but,))Qure./ett) rules of the contest, whether on side and in.

Of Three Schools ; as to how he felt when his Jet personnel are anxiously. 'awaiting. or off the station. Public pan. The barracks must sparkle t be 4
fighter had a flameout on his neat aM a pin '%
the of the ten contestants handling is illegal..
first strike over enemy territoryin names Clean nil the ashtrays, bun all .

At NATTCenter Korea a young Navy ensl/n replied who will compete for the coveted Sponsors of a candidate may the flown,

High scholastic achievements' "Sir, I had a feeling of new Miss NATTCenter crown. set up ballot boxes i in Jacksonville Get all the mArks off of the

brought honor man awards to men! aifthotity." The eight command. finalists or other areas! only if writ.
in AKA), AOA( ) and AKA( ) I Obviously not expecting this answer will be named May 1, and will ten permission is obtained from that phorTe booth glimmer .

Schools at NATTCenter last week. the senior officer asked for represent the Naval Air Station, and shine '
I i the owner or manager: of the Cause thaOo where
we spend
Andiew) C. Bartlett, A F.A N. I further explanation Naval Air Technical Training
business firm where the box is most: of our time.C
topped four other members of I "Well sir," the ensign added Command, Fleet Air Jacksonville,

his graduating class last/ week i "I ,suddenly realized that I was Fleet Air Wing 11, Marine Aviation located and a copy ,of such letter Cleaning the dateroom's a treat

with a 92.31 average to become the commanding officer of the Detachment (NATTCenter), filed with the Command representative It's Haiti,

honor man of the Aviation ]<;Iec. only combat glider in the Korean Naval Hospital, NARTU, and I prior to installation of But If you'ie real lucky 'you'llget

tricians Mat School. area." NAS Cecil Field. the ballot box.Violation the head .
I And when your work Is finally
S e S S of contest rules will '
At the same done,
The psychotic, insisted to the FUNDS (VOTES) acquired by result in the disqualification of
not medal!
time a or an award
psychiatrist that he was dead. The each command during Phase I the candidate concerned.
c I I ,you've won
H. Dean, AA, had the patient stand
psychiatrist .. But a "4.0" Barracks and something .
compiled a n before a mirror for three hours ; :T' ':' "
t unlque- -
87.25 grade r + repeating the words!, "Dead men .,
;..t, Blisters and bruises and a detail
do not bleed
at the t ; next week

r raduatlng I Then the doctor pricked the oth : .', ;1 }' 4R' NATTOnter Wave h\t entered .

Aviation Oldnanc er's finger, drew a few drops of .,,'<'k the! r cor Carnival
blood, and laid, "See, blood." Qnen with four likely conteat.

School to Bloom I ""Ah ha," gasped the psychotic, / 4t' Y ants. They are Jinny Kern,

beat out they other 80 members of his eyes bulging, "then dead men y tf ""Vli-kj" yirkrn, Dot Whaler

his class for honor man standing, do bleed." and lte>erly Iliuholz. Vote grneroiiNly .

,The AKA) School honor man, for the gal you would

was Owen Bloom, AN, who com The mental patient was aboutto like to represent you h1.a.

pleted the 12 week course withan be released after twenty years "penny a vote."

81.77 average. of incarceration He his
put on
Welcome aboard at NAS to Joy ..
Bartlett, .who reported for duty best suit, then decided to shave f{ Y Shrader)
from England and) Marion
here in Sept. 1952 completed Prep himself._ As he stood before the
._ + Taylor from Washington, D. C.
School and then entered the AE mirror, razor In hand, a nurse, dY
greeted nix Waves
(A) School. Before being assigned passing by, called out a cheery v 9 Y from Bainbridge who will attend

here he received recruit trainingat message of "Good luck, Harry s
ANP( ) School Included are Grace
Bainbridge, Md. Prior to entering As he turned to her the
answer Field, Betty Martin, June Pace,
L k 'a"; ; the Navy, razor caught in the string supporting Pali lea Ferry, Carol Neal and

t, he attended Le- i the mirror and the mirror Muriel Henault,
:; .''.
;' slipped to the floor. The patient,
high Universityfor Your shipmate in the Hospital ",
turning around, was now gazingat .
one and a would like to hear from you ,They
i the blank wall. "Darn it," he
are Bertie Morgan and! Marie Mar-
half years. He mumbled, "just my luck. Just as
ciante from NAS and
Doris Quinn,
..yt now expects to I'm ready to leave here after twenty -
Jackie Borrowea and Genevieve
be sent to Fae- years I cut my head off," .
Krasnesky from NATTCenter.
I tuLant, Norfolk S *
Attention All Hands in Barracks
I Va., for Bars are something which, If 722! There will be a compulsory

Bartlett duty> you go into many. of, you are apt meeting tonight at 1900 in the

Before entering the Navy InV to come out singing a few t>f-, "andayVt topslde \mge. ---

TliL JftMr-Dean-attertded-Orotorr land behind some HIS CANDIDATE-Tommy Thompson, YN3, places his favorite I ,

High School! at .Groton, Vt. After girl and poster on the bulkhead of Building 500 at NATTCen- A farmer bought a parrot for

graduating from the ANP( ) squadron VS-27 at Norfolk, Va. ter where the race for the Carnival Queen has stolen the show. )10 and asked the auctioneer if

School! here, he entered the AOA) entered the Navy in Oct 1950 after I Personnel at the Center await the announcement of the names of the bird talked. "You should know,
the ten contestants whd will compete for: Miss NATTCenter, with
school. completing two years at New the winner competing against seven others for the Navy Charity he's been bidding against you for

Bloom, who reported hers from York University. Carnival Queen. 30 minutes.: "



'age Six JAX AIR NEWS 16 April, 1953


Waves Near

Opener In

T. City CircuitThere

.were no graduates of the jLrj

famed Bloomer Girl's on hand

for workouts, but,_nevertheless,

the Waves Softball team moved

t nearer Its opening date in the

Girls' City Softball League in a I
,/ ; 4 With- .._...John M. Charvat
practice tilt with McMichaels

Advance reports from the Cincinnati University campus Sundries.last night on Enterprise

indicate the Bearcats expect nothing less than premeditated diamond.

diamond mayhem in their five-day swing on a "spring\ vaca- Optimism prevailed through. 2 t{, f ; F, i A, sE

tion. barnstorming tour of Florida" out the local lassie's nine as

Before testing the Fliers tomorrow afternoon at 1600, Coach Allen Adair and Manager

the Cincy nine will have met Florida State, Stetson College Ruby Smith ran their charges .F' 1 1A

and Rollins College, the latter in single outings Wednesdayand through extensive drills designedto
better a dismal finish in last v1
year's town circuit.

Noting the variation of weather conditions Bear Coach Taking the field against Me

John Beckel was discouragingly quoted as saying he feared I ..
Michaels last night were Kay
his charges would find the going pretty tough during the i
Shorb, pitcher; Vickey Adkins, BELATED PRAISE FOR CAGERS-Runners-up for the Main-
southern trip. I catcher; :Midge Weddington, first side intramural basketball crown are these casern of Fasron 109.!
Front row (left t* right) are Tom Herman, Jim Smith and Bill
Could be the fearful Cincinnati mentor had been Bemis second base
I ; Marilyn ; Batson Back row, Leo Gannon, Dennis Mannix, Bill Madden, Bruce
reading too many travel brochures when he opined, "The I Betty Van Stuben, third base; Behr[ and John Patterson. The Fasronites won the National Circuit

Florida opponents have been practicing since early in the Betty Hoy, shortstop; Helen Hash, flag, but lost to Fasron Six in a playoff for representation in the

year and many have; played 10 or more games: already' right field; Marlene McGrath, station finals.Thinclads.

Cincinnati had only one regularly scheduled meeting( center field and Betty Van Dyke,

before embarking for Tallahassee to save its scalp from the left field. Vie In Florida

Seminoles. It's a good idea to be pessimistic in preparing for Shorb is the only returning

"' little known foes, but the Cincy athletes would do better to member of the '52 varsity. Coach

play a full nine innings before chalking up defeats. Adair indicated he had talent on AAU Meet K. U. RelaysPrevious

Probable starting.lineup for the-Bearcats Friday will have hand thai would adequately fill ,

Captain Jack Delaney at second Irv Bass at short Jim in the gaps left by transfers.
I performances augur well for Jax Navy's varsity -
Trefzger in center field, Glenn Sample at third, Dick Willsonat track aggregation which Saturday splits its forces to

first Ike Misali in right field, pawl I Stockelman in let Net Squad Now Even participate in the 28th annual Kansas Relays at Lawrence,
field, Will undermer behind the plate and either Paul Theisenor
van., and the Florida AAU Track Meet at Gainesville.
Willis Conatser on the mound, For Season Ai 3-3 On' Lackawanna's oval last
of the afternoon
.* performance ,
weekend the Fliers submerged
Auburn University as
135' 3"heave
Brautigam registered
If the locals were expected to play in accordancewith a 6.3 victim, Jax Navy's varsity Orlando Air Force Base in a poolof with the discus a to break

the number of persons flooding the open. turnstiles netters looked ahead to a match record-breaking performancesto
his record of 128, 11 3/4".
at Mason Field, Jax Navy would be winless all season. with Birmingham Southern ,this run away with a 97-34 victory

As yet the Frank McCaffrey coached nine hasn't played afternoon at Boone Park after Next dual meet for the locals is There were no new records on
the track where Jax Navy
before two tables of bridge. But, it's an old story-one. that pulling even for the season at 33. slated with Eglin Air Force Baseon ,
the Pensacola cinders, April scored sweeps in four events: one
A rehashed endless number of times without results.
can >e an i Coach Leon Wilson kept intact
25. mile run, 880-yd. run, 220-yd run
There is no station memorandum making attendance by his string of victories, blanking Head Coach Paul McCoy will and two mile run.
\ the local citizenry compulsory. On the diamond, Jax Navy Auburn's No. 1 contender, Hunter RKSl'I.TS:
direct the work of the Kansas Relays
hasn't had a real loser since Eve was a baby. Why-not support Bell, 6-0, 60. Wilson teamed with 100-jd Dash h Scott JN): 2, Hazt.
aggregation He'll call on lip <0)) : 3. Stewart a winner through what promises to l be a colorful five Larnard Munoz to best Bell and 220yd Dash; 1' Scott (JN); 2, Slew
month campaign. Paul Bost, 6.3, 6.(, in the, top Larry White, Ed ScottBill art (JN); 3. Schroeder (Jth). Time
Schroeder, Ken Stewart and Bob 23.0.
doubles match. 440"\d Dash : 1. White (JN); 2. Har-
Ross to manufacture ribbon winning KI la (INt') 3. Hewitt (O). 534
Definition: Plate the evener-drive in the tying runs Bisrivix: 880-ytl Run: 1. Sukel (JN nat;; 2. Ros .,
feats in five
events. .
Leon Wilson (N) defected Hunter (JN3.; Maurer (UN). Time 2:09.Stile : .
*. litJ.'OI.LOWIN' Bell (A), 6-0 6-0. Ross, White, Scott, and Stewart Run: J. Cailln (JN). 2. Mlu-
'er (JN); 3. ZImmerman (JN), lime
Bob Struck (A) defeated Larnard will vie in the sprint and 4:4j.4.
THE; FLIERS. Another fine gesture on medley :
Munoz (N), >-3. 5-7, 6-4. Two Mile Run 1. Cailln; (JN) 2.
the l)'tit of J. G. Taylor Spink, editor of The Sporting News, Paul Boat t (A) defeated Ed HarperN mile relays, while in the 880 relay largla (JN), 3. Rantanen (JN), Tlm120jd ;

was rendered the Air News last week when gratis copies of ( ), 6-3. 6.4.Normand Breault. (N) defeated John Schroeder will replace Ross 11.4:1.: High hurdles: South worth

the 1953 Official Baseball Guide were sent. A complete rec- Langley (A), 6.2 6-3. for competition. Scott and Stewart ((0); 2 Hawkins (JN); 3. bicwczyicJN
). Time 162
ord of Ernie Funk's activities with Little Hock of the South. John Houle (IN.) defeated Frank Bar will match strides with the ( 22' -yd Low Hurdles; 1, RwwcykJN

ern Association last year can be found on pages 208, 210 and ker (A Smith), 6-4,(A 6.1.At ) defeated John Houle learn of the nation's stars in ( )).; Time 2, Hewitt 29.8. (O); 3. McKenzieJN

211. The big right hander is throwing for the Fliers this (1'1)), 7-5. 63. the Open 100-yard dash and Dlsctos; 1. Brautigam (JNI) ; 2.
Wilson and Munoz (N) defeated Bell is lurcholz (0); 3. Stoup (JN). Distance
Schroeder the sole Jax Navy .
and Bolt (A) 6-i 6-1. <
season.The Houle and Foley (N) defeated t Struck ntry.in the broad jump. I Illicit Jump 1, Southwoith ((0); 2.
letter sent Capt. Burnham .C. McCaffree, Command. and White (A), 2-6, 6-4, 64.Breanlt le-bcheall. Campbell and Stoup (JN).
Oflicer of NAS C. A. Brown director of Carrying a 15 man squad to 11gt. 54 3/4.
ing by tournament and Hayniworth (N) defeated Javelin: 1. Peterson JN); 2. South
Mid-Winter Pistol Matches, in which he congratulatedJax Langley and Baiker (A), 3-6, 7-5, Gainesville. Joe Hawkins and worth ((0); 3. Chummey UN), Dl*.
8-6. anre 196-0. .
Navy's representatives for an outstanding performance, -----*- 4- a. Tom. .Long- expect.. commendable.. Shot Put: 1. Brautlgam (JN), 2.
weU-earne-d for "first cabin" : Showings from the well groomed Stoup (JN); 3. DuichoU (O), Distance
was praise a squad The letter, '
in part, was published I last week. PORTS athletes who thus far have displayed 44.8.Broad ''P.tnJ' Southwoith ((0); 2.
tle-Schroeder ,
their wares against Quan. Campbell (JN) )Din-
With the discontinuation of football as a varsity sport tap 20-IOs'.
o tico Marines, Miami University, e Vault\ : 1. Southwoith (0)) : 2.
el Patuxent River, Jax Navy is left with an open date Sept. 37fQuizjArmd Ohio Wesleyan and Orlando Air Campbell. (JN); 3. Keller (JN). Hgl.
11 6
19. The Maryland installation gave no indication when grid force Base.Against e .

play would be resumed Lucky Luttrell has hit safetly (If FercM Pr.H Ser.lce l ) Orlando last week
in all but two of 10 games. Bob Home Joe Fay and Bob QUESTIONS Marv Peterson bettered his old -Slate Clinic For

DeJoy have been blanked in only three frays. 1. What college basketball player mark of 188' in the javelin witha Swim OfficialsDuval

Presbyterian College's 8-1 decision the Fliers Sat. in 59
over scored five field goals pitch of 196' to establish a new
urday was its first in eight starts on a southern tour. Rol seconds? high for the Lackawanna infield. County Volunteer Swim

lins and Georgia Teachers both thumped the Clinton, S. C., 2. What major bowl game was Bob Brautigam eclipsed the old Officials Clinic will be held on

athletes twice and Florida Southern, Stetson and Jax Navy once won by a 2.0 score? shot put mark with a 43'o4\\" Saturday, April 18 at 1400-1800,

copped single wins Peppery George Ligon will handle 3. Prlmo Camera opposed what heave. Ed Wright of Eglin AFB Springfield Pool under the sponsorship -

the hot corner assignment in the absence of DeJoy this week, fighter in the ring's "heaviest was the former record holder.Orlando's of the American Red
Cross, Jacksonville Recreation Department .
>>ino got one hit. Your'e right. heavyweight fight? one-man track squad
Jimmy Southworth, soared 11' 6"to ; I and Duval County High
a home run. 4. Who was the last New York
School Swim ,Coaches Association.The .
post a new high In the pole
A. L. batting
Yankee to win an
PC Charley Grimm, former manager crown. vault pits, bettering the mark of clinic Is offered to any Interested .

of the Chicago Cubs and ranked ANSWE/KS/ 10' 6" set by Jax Navy's Bob persons willing: to volunteer
Campbell.In time In officiating local swim
as one .of the best first-aackers of GlrallU of Washington
1. Stan his second 'record breaking meets. The clinic is free of charge
Theodore Roosevelt started the all time, can coax a tune out of a College, Md., In 1929.
and all attending win be certifiedas
banjo, mandolin, fiddle, guitar or
.ustom of Presidents sitting onsch The Bowl of
2. Sugar game officials by the Florida Association
piano and has had innumerable offers Jar Policemen Slate
sue) of the field at Army- 1913, when "ordltam defeated :Mia of the A.A.U., and givenofficial's
for a stage career (Includingone
fcourl with a safety. Pistol Match
Navy [amt'!!. front Olsen and Johnson to Sunday

Join "Hellzapopping") but turned Paulino Uzrudun. Garner Jacksonville Police Pistol ,,.Authorities will be present to>>

Tito Guizar is a f*'mer Mexican them all down. Said Charley, "I'd defended his title against Ucrudu Club will host shooters in the give training in all phases of officiating {

DF.vill Cup star. rather go up to hit with the bases at Rome., Italy, Oct. W, 1933. Car southeastern area at a match a swim meet which will

r- full than face a theater audience." nera weighed 259, Uzcudun _29, Sunday afternoon, 1400, at the Include: announcing, inspectinglanes

Dr. Hubert (Shuck Pruett, I the most poundage ever recorded city range. and turns, fancy diving'judges

now of St. Louis and. once a hurler Alice Marble won the women's In a tltV fight. Jax Navy' strong state title place Judges, scorers and

for the Browns, faced. Babe Ruth national singles tennis title four 4. George SUrnwe-U. led A. I. contenders which include .22, diving .calculating, starters tim
between 1936 batten In 1943: with a 409 aver ers and mechanic of conducting a
out of five times
17 times in the Big League and .32, .38 or .45 firing.
fanned tm! 15 tlnu ?. The Bam and 1940. age. meet.

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16 April 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .

Darkhorses Lead I 'Fliers Lose Twice; Open

Early Play In r N'

Center LeagueSpecial fl8fLA11OZ& S. Long Home Stand FridayCincinnati

4N A7l11e11a6aa.
Services-lst Lieutenantand a + University visits Mason Field tomorrow at
l +
AK School, a pair of dark Mal7Yta 1400 to open a 13-game home stand for the Jax Navy Fliers.

horse entries in the NATTCenter The locals are not scheduled for a road engagement until.

Intramural softball circuit, i Mnv 11 with fnmn! Loieuno.-

continued to reign after the sec } 4. Friday and Saturday Warner
Frank McCaffiey coached nine
ond week of play, while preseason ec Robins Air Force Base affo'ds the
with seven wins in 10 starts.
favorite AE School nestled ) e og 6+K+If Q Fliers their first taste of service
t .
one-half game behind in second At competition. April 23.24, Eglin I Collegians Surprise

place, deadlocked with Marines a ,44 Field is the foe: In losing 3.1 to Presbyterian!
at a loss apiece Presbyterian College and the Jax the Fliers were iudely surprisedfor

Medical dropped out of the i Beach Birds pinned defeats on : in the series opener Friday

loop, but its schedule was quickly Jax Navy last week to leave the Ralph Bennett was credited witha

.picked up by ANP( ) Ships 14-7 Jax Navy decision that had
!MAKE POOLS READY- everything but a wedding at home
Company. Special Services announced ,Preparing for the opening of pll l > yyY plate.
that all Medical's games the Mainside swimming poolsis
would be replayed by the Student -! only the beginning task for It took an hour and a half to
Support nine. : the crew of 15 life guards as .r.n k play the Mat five frames as the

A/C Maintenance handed the : signed. Explaining station pool Fliers raked five Presbyterian
regulations in top photo is pool
Marines an 11.9 surprise last : supervisor John Raiford, ADI, "chunkeis" for all H runs off 13

week while the Student Electric- : (right). George Chittendon base hits.

ians were bumped 6.5 by the. (left) and Earl Eckstrom listen fi 44rHa. Lefthander Bill Johnson quelledthe
attentively. In the bottom photo
Leathernecks, leaving both with Clarence Thompson (left) local's uprising in the sixth

3.1 slates. and Ronnie Campbell throwaway with no-hit, no-run piching- throughthe

ANDIPW" the "secured" sign to remaining cantos. Bennett
TramS rt I. open the season at the two went all the for Jax
.S..Ut Lt. 3 0 behind way Navy,
pools Building 3.
AK School 3 0
i L allowing nine hits and walkingsix.
Ah SthoolMailnei :1 1 .
:I. 1 .
AO Khlpi Co.AC 3 2 Marine Five Edged ..
Maint1'eisonnel nce 1 1 \ Lows' 3-1
SupplyNAflvC 1 I ft!S The visiting collegians trumpedthe
52.51 In Finale Of
Offlpcri 0 3 Fliers' ace Saturday, however,
ANlPJ Ships Co. 0 0
Outdoor TournamentNATTCenter I nicking Ernie Funk for a 3.1 verdict -
The Detroit Tiger-owned
Golfers Defeat Marines, seededNo right hander went the distance

Eglin Field 32.13 8, were edged 52-51 last week I before the ninth.bowing to a pinch hitterin

by the fourth seeded Pepper Shake I

Playing on the tricky Elgin ers in the final of the 17Ui annual % 81 Funk free passed Center Fielder
AFB Country Club, Jax Navy's \ < .. Les Walsh in the third with two
Jacksonville Outdoor Basketball ..
varsity golf team drubbed Eglin's ,:-. gone In what resulted in a two- '

10-man entry, 32.13, last week Tournament at Lackawanna Park. run flurry. Bob Dunlap doubled

The Leathernecks laced the home 'Welsh and scored when Don

end.A tentative match with Rollins Black Bears, seeded No. 3, 47-38, I Mainside Opens Pools Hattaway walked and Joe Counts

College is slated Friday at Win in the semi-finals, while the Shakers singled down the left field line.A .

ter Park, Fla. composed of Jacksonville lead off single by Bob Home

Herb Herres was medalist. for Junior College cagers nipped the For Summer Season In the fourth was manufactured
the Fliers with a 76. I Fabulous Five, needed No.1, 39- into the only Jax Navy run. Matt

Individual scores for Jax Navyin :37, to gain the final. 1 WoloBzyn, who has slumped considerably i

order of team ranking were Hudson Paper Company of Pa- Annoucement of opening: dates for the five Mainside since the Amherst Col.

Erwin Scott, 81; Bill Scarborough, latka, VF-22, the Liberty Globetrotters swimming pools has been made by Special] Services depart- lege fray, March 29, wan given

78; Bob Wallace, 77; Ken Sut- and the Black Bears fell ment to the delight of thousands here who annually seek relief life on the shortstop's boot, sending .

ton, 84; Herres, 76; Ed Barnes, victim to the student Marines in ) from the Florida heat in the cool] confines of expertly Home to second and both advanced

80; Pep Younce, no card; Pete their delve for the playoff The supervised pools. on Bill Schucker's sacri

Gardner, 84; Ray Bellamy, 83, Pepper Shakers dumped NAS Officially opened yesterday were of flee
pletlon painting the two pools
and Lou Chaff, 87. I Comlssary. VF.13, CAG-17 and the of the Officers' Club pool and the I behind Building 3 and the Waves' I Birds Avenge Defeats

Fabulous Five enroute to the title. Chiefs Pool Imediately upon com.I tank, will be made available. Joe Fay skied'to center, scoring
----- ------
City Diamond Loops Pool supervisor John Raiford, Home, George Ligon was the third

ADI, indicated the maintenance out on an infield pop-up. The
Host Station NinesEight 23 Begin PlayIn crews would finish the painting visitors picked up a third tally in
the '
teams from the Naval Air chores sometime this week. seventh on two walks, an

Station and a varsity combine 16 Life Guard Available* error and Hattaway's safety

from Cecil Field will vie in various Mainside IM CircuitGet Sixteen life guards will see duty through the box.Presbyteilan .

City Recreation Department I through the summer, all qualified pitcher Guy Ml-

softball leagues through the com, out the aspirins, Mom, --- -------.J Senior' Life Savers and for the senheimer, who walked six and

ing summer. I there's a headache in store.' vie and Tuesday and Thursday most part. Water Safety instructors fanned three, got" Jim Coughlinto
Play will open Monday, April many be truth In throughout the season.! bite at a low pitch for the third
20, under the lights and will be may AMI IUCAN l.KAGtK: : strike with two out and the bases
H. W. Anderson
that statement than the laymen Trim W. I.. Safety
culminated the second week in "liIlron 100 .................. 1 0 Director of Duval I loaded in the ninth to snuff a Jax
would believe for if Fasron 109's fanron Hx .................... 1 0 County, completed Navy
August with playoffs and the victory over VC-62 Monday In an VP-5 .. .. .................... 0 0 training of 12 Instructor rally
Duval County tourney. VA.175 ....................... 0-0 Jax Beach scored: twice in both
opening tilt of the Mainside In- Vf-171 ....................... 0 0 candidates last week following an
Entered in the Men's City League portent VF-41 ..... ................... .0 0 extensive training in the the second and fifth for a'4.0 con-
Jax tramural League is any VF-174 .................. ... 0 0 program
Fasron Six
are Navy, aheadin ; 0 0 Indoor Pool.Successfully. quest here Thursday in a seven
Fasron 109 and Cecil Field. NAR- then are plenty of surprises rJ7l.: :::.::::::::::::::::::: 0 0 inning affair Jim Eason the
what promises to be a scintillating vrv .. .... ................. .. o i passing the course was
TU, NATTCenter Marines and VC-62 .. .. ... ..... .. . 0 1 Ron loser as the Birds belted hmi for
season of upsets. were Campbell, bhailes Char-
O&R will battle for Commercial 11 hits In
"NATIONAL I MOI'KT : : avenging two previous
tain, George Chittendon Gerald
VC-62 with the incomparableAl .. '.
League laurels.NATTCenter. m T. setbacks.
Bullard on the mound, was I' Mavpnrt .. ... ..... ... ...... ..0 0A'ttU" Deley, Earl Kckstrom, James Far. .
and Mainside will o Down Laker
.o o 8-5
labeled the team to be in the : : :::::::::::::::::::::,0 0 lington, Jim Groover) Leo Kelly,
have Wave representatives in the American circuit. But LinwoodGray's Med. Ic Dent.. .. ................0 0Iloipltal Fred Ludke, Jim Skelton, Clarence Two out singles by Ligon and

Girls' City loop. round-tripper in FAW-11 :::::::::::::::::::::.0: 0 0 0Comraun Thompson and Raiford. Eason were to no avail in the fifth
< run .. ... ................ 0 0 as the Fliers threatened only once.
the ,fifth gave Fasron 109 A 3.2 Supply .. .. ....., ....... 0 0 Hate One, Three :Meter Hoard
Weekly Blind Bogey Oomm . .................. .0 0 Both had two hits apiece while
victory that may conceivably put Pernonnel .................... 0 0 WIlliard' Silva and Bob Grabaz Tom Neely, Lucky Luttrell
Fa 'rul. nt ...... .............0 0 and .
Meet Won With 78 Bullard and Company in an awk. Operation . .... .. . 0 0 are already qualified water safely Bob DeJoy managed one each off
for contention -
ward pennant
I structors. Art Murphy and Lo- right hander Joe Angel.
Winning number at last Saturday's .
Blind Bogey tourney on the Jax Braves Launch rito Lazzarony, both Senior LifeSavers At Leesburg Wednesday, Clarence
second lidlifter Monday,
In the
station golf course was 78, which I' Home Season complete the life guard Eilertson!!! relieved Ken-Jacobs'!
Fasron Six brushed aside VP-3 TonightThe staff.
resulted In a tie for top honors in the eighth and WM credited
between H. L. Harty and D. J, with two runs in the sixth and Jacksonville Braves, for One and three meter diving with an 8-5: win over the Lakers!!!
Wagner three In the seventh for a 6.2 merly the Tars, make their 1953 boards aie available at every pool in 10 innings Pinch hitter Ira

Threatening weather cut the verdict. Bill Bailey was the win Sally League home debut tonight with the exception of the Chief Abelson and the tong ball hitting-

field to 21, but play was brisk, ner, going all safties.the way while scattering : with the Savannah Indians. As in the past! personnel using DeJoy sparked a four run 10th for

nevertheless, W. Shoaltz and three The Braves will 'close their the pool and its facilities will be the Fliers to produce victory.

Capt. Julius Early deadlockedfor Wet grounds forced" postpone two-day series with the Indians expected to comply with set regulators Line scores:

runner-up laurels. ment of the VP-5: n. VF-174 Friday and open a three-game set as prescribed by station Jax: Bach .., ... 020 030 O- 4 H 2
match on Albemarle diamond. with the Charleston Rebels Sat orders. One of the foremost regulations Jax HoVn'e1 Na! \y and .I1'rumps u<0;) UK E ,o0. 7 and J

First Lawyer: "You're' a low- VF-172 YS.! VA-175 and VJ-2 'VI. urday night at the Jax Ball Park, reads: After 1700, children '

down no good cheat. VF-171 will be rescheduled at a Myrtle Ave. under sixteen years of age will not : Presbv: .... ..: 014110000- 7 1 2
: Jax Navy ...... 334 110
Second Lawyer: "You're an unmitigated later date because of squadron All night frays begin at 2015, be permitted In swimming pools. ''n?rnh8! nr r.Hamiltong(4): : 1(00)*-Johnson 14 13< j
activities. ,
liar! with the exception of Wednes- Children under twelve years of (S) and Roberts> Bennett and Horne!
Judge: "Now that the attorneys American loop competition will days when the starting time will age will not be permitted in swim. -

have identified each other shallwe be held every Monday and Wed- be 1830. Sunday frays get underway ming pools at any time unlens accompanied J"Pre'by.Navr. ".:::::,, 002 lam 114 one (100 d10-) 1 3 S 4 4 2

proceed?" / nesday while the Nationals will at 1430. I by an adult MlM>nMmer and Roberts; Funk and
Horn*. j ",



Page Eight, JAX AIR NEWS 16 :April, 1953

Ii1llm- A verts Wheels-Up ,

!!:' J'1 : d 1 '. Landing Of Jet

(Items offering for sale articles ..tC _

of property such As washing ma

chines, automobiles, furniture, radios : t'- On First WatchDamage

clothing and the like are prohibited ;
to a jet fighter plane
by Defense Department
and possible Injury to a VF-43
Regulations. This column will, how.
pilot! was averted recently when
ever, list such services as avail'
Hansel W. ,Herndon, AEAN, ofVF174
able housing, rides wanted and q 1
fired a signal flare from
lost and found articles or other .
:.* similar notices.) his Very pistol immediately after _
f< noticing plane approaching the
FOR RENT landing strip with wheels up.

,.F4rn.rm.., pilv. of home, 4652 Redwood Standing his first runway

Ave., ph. 9.4529, Mrs. 1 1r. watch, Herndojn's alert action
JI( ,;
Conner. was noticed by the tower duty ,
Finn. 2 bdrm house, 5135 Timu- officer who cited him for hiss

quana. Rd., Mrs. Johnson. quick thinking. e ,
Share 5 rm. home with couple, w 4.
After sending up the signal /
1 3047 College, ph. 2-3552, Miss
flare! Herndon gave the pilot a

Cason. CITED FOR thanks from his commanding ,hand signal wave off. Personal

Vnfuin 4 nn. apt., 3684 Hedtick, officer is ACTION-Persona. ndon, AEAN, (right, of VF- ,thanks came from the pilot J, .'....t-- .. ._ ft- ..-
.. ph 2.0766, Mis. Seymour.Fum 174 for averting the trash of a jet fighter. On his first runwaywatch after
3 bdrm. house, 5343 Kings- ; Herndon fired a signal flare from his Very pistol as a jet, shortly landing RESTING 'EASY-UeJanrled
approached the landing strip with wheels Comdr John II. Lcdr. John H. larrobino, Ava Gardner shows off her latest -
up. '
/ dale I ph. 8-3997, Mrs HenHley.Fum. larrobino, VF-174, congratulates! Herndon for his action squadron 'kipper, has awarded in jewelry and legs as she
eff. apt., 715 Lomax, ph. rests in between scenes of her
Herndon official
letter of
8-6619, Mrs. Kinnear. Just t Like The Threeft's? an latest MGM film "Mogambo,"
i commendation to be placed i in which is being filmed on location
Finn apt., Lakeshore, ph. 2.7216,
his in
service jacket. Africa. Transfer, any
Mrs LeGrand.Fum. !. one? .
Phase 3 Students At Airman School
2 rm. apt., Springfield, 1637 -

Iona St., $35 mo, j>h. 6.8602
after 4 pm., Mrs. Crews. Well Trained In Basic FundamentalsThe Dr. Lyons

Unfurn. 4 rat apt., 627 Edison
( three R's-readin', wiltin' and 'rithmetic are still the basic Will Attend
., ph. 4-3248, Mis. Thorp
prequlsites of a good education and they are certainly utilized fully
Bleeping rms, 627 dllMln, ph. (.
I by students during Phase; Three at Airman Preparatory School _at
3248, Mrs. Thorp. MAINSIUE Health Meet
NATTCenter. _
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $25 mo., ph. Thurs., April 16
It Is dining Phase Three at theCenter'
Orange Park, 8-3524, Mis. Jen The physics unit is last on the Scaramouche Stewart Granger Comdr. William F. Lyons, Industrial
Prep School that students
kins. agenda in this phase and it I is 30 Friday, April 17 Medicine officer at the
ninth, layout, and physics
Fum.' bdim. house, 6115 Como- : hours long. Included in its cur- The Wild Heart. Jennifer Jones Naval Air Station and a memberof
problems which will aid them inheir
dOle Drive, $125 mo., ph. 6-4050 iiculum Is the study of matter, Sat. April 18 the American Board of Preventive
future Naval Aviation billets.
of 6-6384, Mr. Rodgeis.Fum. heat, electricity, magnetism and Call Me Madam Ethel Merman Medicine and Publie
This is the first phase of the eight- '
3 nn. apt., Murray Hill, ph. mechanics. NATTCENTERThurs. Health, leaves this week to attend
week school that students com
w 8.1760, Mis. Ballentine. How, you say, ate all of these. April 1$ the annual Navy Industrial
>lete and is one of the more difficult
Furn. 2 nn. apt., $50 mo., 3659 entire subjects taught completely and in By The Light of the Silvery Health Conference April 17-23:
of the school. .
parts ,
Riverside, avail. April 15, con- such a short time? That can be Moon... ... ..... Doris Day in Los Angeles.
tact Mrs. Burrows, 2726 South- Forty hours of math are given answered by two words: instructors Fri. April 17 During the conference, study-

side Blvd. he students. During this time and visual aids. Scaramouche Stewart GrangerSat. will be given to a revision ot

..Unfurn.. bdnn. house, $60 mo, arithmetic, algebra, and geometryare S April 18 Civil Service medical standards

.. ph. 2-0089, Mrs Feaster taught. TIIEHE ARK 84 Instructors The Wild Heart Jennifer Jones for employment and retirement, .

3 turn, mis., day or week, 2601 C C teaching this. phase, both Navy NAVAl. HOSPITAL and a review will be made of

Park, ph. 82170Mrs.. Houston. UNIT TWO or layout, Is taught And Marine personnel l, and all have Thurs. April 16 compensation problems.

1 im. with kit. piiv.., 284 Corin- next. The basic fundamentals of been especially trained for this Perilous Voyage Scott Brady In the three years Dr. Lyons

thian Ave., :Mrs. Miller. mechanical awing and blueprint type of work. Many of these men Fri. April 17 has been at NASJax, the activity

,Unfurn.. 3 rm cottage, $60 mo., reading are presented over a 30- volunteer for this part of the Prep 1 By The Light of the Silvery jn his office in the Infirmary has

4606'g Palmer Ave., Lakeshore, hour period of lessons.Faetu's School and only those with a good _Moon. .. ... m... ..... Doris Day tripled. In one month records

MIR. McBride. background or good Navy experIence Sat. April 18 show that 480 occupational conditions -

Fum. bdrm., kit. ptiv., $10 wk., Jordan get the jobs.In Scaramouche Stewart GrangerIs were rectified; 1,500 non-

4713 Polaris, ph. 2-3393, Mrs addition to instructors, thebent occupational cases treated; 430

Harney. Selected For visual aids possible are avail offered to those students, who physical examinations made'; and

Fum. 2 i I1n. apt., ph. 2-7323, Mis. able for the discussions.' These failed either of the three units of 574 X-rays taken.

Doonan. aids include rut.away. of machinery Instruction. This give. the students While no statistic are avail- .

1 I'in., 2876 Forbes St., ph. 2-5841, OCS TrainingAmong mock ups, panel boards, visual a second chance to pass :the able, the work accomplished by

Mrs. Jackson charts and individual work. three subjects
the 15 per cent selected an the-spot treatment of minor
Futn. 4 rm. apt., 2636 Myra St., from 294 candidates who recently book for all three units. In the "Failures are kept at a minimum I injuries and illness is directly

uh. 7-9516, Mrs Cowart. pUtted the Navy's new highly physics unit alone there are 55 with these programs underway reflected in the low ratio of lost

Fum. 6 rm. apt., 1636 Myra St., competitive exam to train for visual charts for the 33 lessons ," said Carl McCranle, civilian I' time hours among civilian em-

ph. 7-8516, Mrs. Cowait.Fum. permanent ensign commissionswas given. math and physics specialists of ployees. All cases which can be

sleeping rm., 237l Laura, the school. I treated to return the
Alva F. Jordan, Jr., AE1, of so as patient -
ph. 7-5354, Mrs Melton. FaetuLant Detachment Two here. EVEN WITH all of these aids, All students complete Phase to his .job within twenty

}'urn. 2 rat apt.( $12.50 wk., 1938 a few students find it difficult to Three of the Prep School and in four hours are handled by Dr.
Of the 294 only 48 were picked
Perry St., ph. 3.8635, Mrs. Bran- puTJ up where they may have doing so receive instruction that Lyons. Most cases, however, are
in the
-43 to train unrestricted
stopped their education. To compensate is ('on1l101to all the aviation referred to the patient's
nan.urn line and 5 in the Supply Cor'l>s. personal
2 tat apt., 316 W. Union, for this, a math night rates. It prepares them for, entrance doctor. -
Jordan was the five.
ph. 6-1951, Mr. Saucer among study class Is given to students and successful l completion .
Last October when the
Fum. 2 tin. apt., $11 wk., 412 programwas In addition, remedial instruction of an "A" school Branch 91 FRA Slates
initiated, Jordan 'was among ,
Woo some 330 applicants who took Get-Acquainted DanceA
sei"vice-wtd preliminary written "get ''acquainted" dance featuring
Film nn., kit. priv.,1705 Wambolt
St., ph. 3-5464, Mrs Livingston. exams. irTp a floor show and square

w 2 rm. apt., '$50 mo;, 3839 Valencia Similar to one' the Ny hud dancing will be given by Branch

Rd, ph. 2-59J2, sirs Theus. prior to World War II,,the new 91 of the Fleet Reserve Association

'FUMX. 1 bdnn. apt., 804 Cedar, et-iii alU for the selection of at the Lakeshore American

Catherine's Court, ph. 9.4234, 50 to 100 top warrant and enlisted Legion Club FrIday' night

Mr. J. F. Hardy, men each year Tickets will be sold at the

rout SAt.E Following special training, those door or'can 'be purchased from

selected will receive permanent : club members.Scouting .
S bltl'll2 bath house, 4309 Verona .
rank aa ensigns. All qualified candidates I .
Ave., l>h. 88-8307, Lcdr. 01. i The'SquadronsContinued
sen. must have two years *>f ,.. .
college or equivalent.} Final de- t..<.> ,t, v ( from Page 4))

HISEI,1.ANEOUS termination for selection rests witha .' l( ,' ," \ i er Squadron 12 this week.

Riders wanted from Southside service-wide board.A ., ::1'" Taking the plunge into the matrimonial

Estates, O&R hours ph. 9.85279, native of Winchester, Ky., '<" ) sea was Lt.jg( ) William
11 .
9709 Beach Blvd., Mr. Rusftey./ Jordan was outstanding in all p J," .:' k .. D. Ballew, an Athens, Tenn., native

Riders wanted from 6th and Main, studies (completing high school at :. who married the former

0730 to 1600, ph. 4,4744, Mr. the age of 14-one of the youngest Leatha Jane Shadow, Decatur,

Drone to graduate from any high //j'j: Tenn.; and Lt. (jg) Lee F. Ray-

Ride wanted from Beverly Circle, school in the state of Kentucky, bourn, from Baton Rouge, La.,

Lakeshore to Naval Hospital, who repeated "I do's" with the
0800 to 1630, contact telephone die. '> }. : former Claudia Wiggins of Miller
operator at Naval Hospital, Mrs. Will baby sit, ph ext 8207, : Ga.James.

Damask Mrs. Noona. HEADED FOR OCS A congratulatory handshake goes to Mulligan, AE2, has left

Hide wanted from Springfield, 0730Jto Lost: 17 ,jewel Hamilton men's Alva Jordan Jr. AEI, from Comdr. Herbert S. Klenk, officer-in- the squadron for the separation;

; 1600, ph. ext. 796, Mr. Parker wrist watch in vicinity of Bldg. charge of FaetuLant Detachment Two, for having been selected center, prior to his discharge to
as an officer candidate. Jordan, only man chosen in the Jax area
; Will' babysit day or evening, 1775 200 Finder contact John' Johnston under the Navy's new program, wiill attend. a 16-weeks training civilian life "back home" in Mt.

Hamilton, ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Ad- AM3, Fasron $. courso. Vernon,. N. Y.