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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1953
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-ll No. 3 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 23 April 1953

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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U. S.-Canada ) VP-5 Pilot To



Great BritainIn
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Joint Board ExchangeThe


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U S. Navy's phase of the
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pilot exchange program was con. .
Visits HereNavy
r : y j *.. < summated last week with the ;rA t.Q'

departure of Lt. Gerald 'W,

Fleet activities in theJacksonville : Smith from Patrol Squadron 5

visited to Great Britain for duty with
area ,were
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the RAF.
I last Saturday by members of
Lt. Smith will fly with the
the Canftdian-United States ; British Royal Air Force for 12

Permanent Joint Roard on De i L : i IV month' under the present pilot + !A

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fense. exchange program. His assignment -

U expected to be with an
Thelt\ here was one of the
anti-submarine squadron of four-
Board's fcnu- yearly meetings and I
engtned Shackleton patrol bomb-
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a part ont mission to study gen- ,
em. .
el'd }problems for .defense of the :
\\IT1I HIS departure he become
northern half I of the Western I
a new member of the
Hemisphere. a
.. OFF TO BRITAIN-Air Force pilot Capt. Johnle .'alls'rlchU), 4irrique roster board of Patrol
on exchange duty here with Patrol Squadron 5, watches as Comdr. :I Squadron 5. The board contains
AFTER concluding a tour of James C. Houghton (right), VP-skipper, presents Lt. Gerald 11 picture" of all former officers t
.,. fleet activities at the Naval Air Smith with a squadron souvenir. Lt. Smith has been assigned toexchange a
who have completed a tour. of -" ----
flight duty with the British Royal Air Force
Station: Jacksonville, Naval Station : i .
duty with VP-5 during the past AND QUEEN "Mr.
Green Cove Springs and Naval I 15 Miles From Main Gate I two years.It Lake Champlalrj," Robert Gour-

Air Station, Cecil Field, Members l la kept in the squadron Icy, FN, and his "queen"Miss
of the Lake Champlain," all smiles
Board departed Sunday are !
morning for Washington Units Available At ready room and subject of during the coronation ceremony
Housing much Interest as "incumbent" held at Jax Beach last Saturday
Ten embers of the Joint Board officer use It to keep track of Miss Spires was chosen

and their assistants arrived at squadron "alumni.! over 11 contestants, while Gour-

Naval Auxiliary Landing Field J.T. .SMITH flew VP-5's twin- Icy was elected by his ship
Magnolia Springs mates. The coronation highlighted -
Mayport aboard the Navy's giant Project
motored P2V. Neptunes for 18 a big welcome! party at
aircraft carrier USS franklin D.Roosevelt months here before receiving his the beach for the USS Lake .

lat Friday.. Rental units for both officers and enlisted personnel are orders to England. He reported Champlain.

now available at the Magnolia Springs Housing Project, located here from flight instructor dutyat -

. IN Tilt Canadian section were! 15 miles south, of the Naval Air. Station on Highway Corpus Christ!, Texas. Lake ChamplainGiven
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General' the Honourable A. C. L. 17There 'fD'L.- '. y While here. he received a }patrol

McNaughton, Canadian Army, are eleven one-bedroom l ii plane commander destination Welcome At '

r Chairman; Air Vice Marshal F. R, units for officers at $71 per month; 38 Drivel's G iltr .or and contributed "materially" in
Miller, R.C.A.K. Brigadier T. G. winning. the coveted Atlantic '
22 two-bedroom units at $79 )per Violations "
Gibson, Canadian Army; Rear Ad. Traffic Fleet Battle Efficiency: ")0:" for Mayport Arrival, -
month and four three-bedroom
miral \\\ B. Creery, R.C.N., and ; During One: Week VP-:5 in 1952.Commission. Few ships have received an official .
Mr. R A. MacKay, Department of units at $88 per month. -- C. .
Fifteen auto !;iestricti/, "welcome party"\ such as the
External Affairs Unit Basically FurnishedReady
twenty two suspended sentences To one tendered to the carrier USS
Heading up the United States for occupancy now by and the reVocation of Lake Champlain which docked for

section were: Major General G. enlisted personnel are 163 'two- two Navy drivers licenses Center Chief the first time at Us home bane alt

V. Henry, USA (Ret.) Chairman; bedroom units which are $65 to were the outcome of the sta Mayport Saturday

Rear Admiral M. K. Miles, USN. ; $68 "month; and 55 'threebedroom tion's -traffic cour,.,during the Former Chief Electronic Technician More than ,200 men from the "
per
Robert A. Master
Major General R. M. Webster USAF was com-
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period from J 10 April to 17 carrier received a welcome from'
S ; Brigadier General Frank A. units at $75: to $80 per April. missioned Radio Electrician in the community of Jacksonville

Allen, USA; and Mr. Avery F. Peterson month. ceremonies held at the Naval Air
Of the thirty-eigrit violators, Beach upon their arrival at "Lake.
Department of State. All units: of this Title VIII pro thirty were ticketed for im. Technical Training Center last Champlain Beach," an area vet

The Joint Board was established' I ject, which is a private development proper parking. Toe remain week .. aside for the occasion .
In 1940 by President Roosevelt'and were Capt. Edwin R. Peck, com
I ing eight guilty of speeding *
and privately managed, are .
manding1 officer of the Center, administered
Canadian Prime Minister MacKenzie and miscellaneous. of The gala program, sponsored. by
basically furnished with refrigerator
King. The first chairman 1 of I tenses. ', the oath of allegiance. the Jax Beach Chamber of Commerce '

the U.S. Board was Mayor La- electric range, water heater, Topping the restriction list Masters entered the Navy fa was highlighted by a Mimi
,Guardia heater and Venetian blinds. : 1943. Before coming Jiere he was
space was a 30-day sentence. Lake Champlain Contest and unveiling
I a member of Flag Administrative
Tenants are required to provide of Mr Lake Champlain.
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other furnishings All utilities less Selected by his mates aboard

March of Dimes fuel oil for heating and electricityIn ship, Mr. Lake Champlain in

I 3: .r reality Robert W. Gourley, fireman
excess of 250 KWH monthare 'e
Drive per 4
DonationsList
of Milton, Wis., was the first
included in the rent to arrive for the celebration. Accompanying .
CorrectedTo
Security, Deposit him was his staff of .

personnel of the Naval A security deposit of $20 is required i, eight runner s.up from the, content

Hospital, Fasron 109 and VF- byjhe management against ..vv4'N held aboard ship.
32 who feel t S S
they were slighted gam
damages and unpaid obligations,
in the listing of March of Dime$ Th\ runner-up| and Miss Marcia
donation -the correct figures with the balance returned upon 4 :k Crane, "Miss ).'lorldloC 1953,"

,have been supplied termination of occupancy ta' L.' : # acted as Judge to elect a Mix

The Duval County Chapterof Interested personnel may inspectthe r Lake Champlain Selected from' 12

the National Foundation for housing project at any time. contestants was Miss Bibbe.Spire,
Infantile Paralysis incorrectlylisted 18, of Jacksonville. She was
Units will 'be leased on a first-
Fasron 109 as Air Force k ,.Ac crowned at the dance held In the

,Fleet, with_a donation of $95.22. come, first-served basis. Complete new Jax Death recreation center.

The list also showed VF-62 details are available at the Station # Following the beauty contest a

giving $62.60, when the count Housing office Building 1050, ; big wiener roast was staged along

should have ben credited to phone extension 55: ?. All applications d the ocean front. Some 400 pound.!

VF32. Naval Hospital's donation .for Magnolia Springs housing f of holdogM, rolls and all the trim

of 61.63 was omitted and must 'be filed and approved mings, furnished by the Lake

was inadvertently added to the through. this office.WEATHER r ; 4 1 Champlain, was. consumed along

NAS total. The NAS total as 4 with ice cream soft drinks and.

corrected, then should read OUTLOOK PLAN ARMED FORCES DAY-Capt. Burnham C. McCaf free cigarettes provided by the Beach

$532.37. (Mated, left), commanding officer of the Naval Air.Statlon, meets Chamber of Commerce
The Friday-Partly cloudy, warmer with the Armed Forces Day civilian! committee on plans for observing The NAS Jax band played for
County Chapter
apolo during afternoon. the anniversary May 16. Seated (left to right) Captain Mc- the crew's -()&nre. Hostesses were
ghee for its error and Is still Saturday-Partly cloudy.. Caffree; Fonatalne CeMaUtre chairman of the committee, and
provided the
usa
grateful for Navy donations. Jack Kavanaugh. Standing Mayor Hajdon Burns and Robert by an4 the
Sunday-Scattered,showers L. Seitner. Armed Forces Service Club.
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t'D' g'e' Two JAX' .B"N' tw' S 23 April 1953 ,


From WashIn jton
I Report
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JR WBTh&IUh3 Introduce Bill To Entitle. WidowsEducation



Of Korea Vets ToBy RightsReserve
Published every. Thursday lor Navy cthlllet at Naval Air Station Jackonvllle MAINSIDEThurs.

Fl. HAS, Jacks asille April 23 Armed Force Press Service)

('II pt. Burnham C: MoCaffiee, .. .. .Coromandlnn Officer ThurldayI ( by lieutenants of the Line
Comdr. James U. Aimfirone . . .. .. .I..EucuU\e I. Officer In Happens Every A bill Introduced to congress and staff corps.on active and inactive .
Kl Reardm.. Osborne B. iUrdJcon .. . . . ...... Of..... Commander Representative duty. Those officejXon active
Capt Howard V. Hopkins . .. .. . . .... ........... .. .Chiet of Staff I Fri. April 24 (R-N.J.) would entitle widows of considered -
Fleet Air "'Iar l .: duty were those
Capt. Arthur S. Born ... Commander State Department'File 649- members of the Armed Forces
Conxlr. Joseph T Thornton" '::::::::::::::::::::::::::.'::Chief 'Staff Officer Bill Lundlgan who die during the period of who reported to active duty subsequent .
Natal Air TerhBlril TraUUc ('ester to, Jan. 1, 1953. Of the
Capt Edwin R. Perk .. . .. . ., .. .. .. .. Commanding Officer Sat. April 25 Korean hostilities to use their
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart :. .. .>i.i, Ho pit l ......... .. Executive Officer Hong Kong .......?... Ronald% Reagan husbands entitlement to educa- lieutenants recommended, 1,13

r pt.T>wlght J. VVharton...... .. .. .. .............. .Commandln Officer NATTCenler under the K- were Line, 30 Chaplain Corps, 25
Capt. T. }O. \\elnert .. ...,........ ............... .. .Executive Officer tion and training Medical Service Corps, 47 Dental
: .jc. RTij' Thurs. April 23 Vet Bill of Rights. '
Capt.. Easton B. Noble .......... .. .. . ........ ...... .. Commanding Officer I Corps, 67 Civil Engineer Corps,
Comdr. Anthony Tiuofo ..... ...... .\.. ...,.. ...t...... .. .Executhe' Officer Peter Pan _.'........ Cartoon Feature a a 37 Medical Corps and 123 Supply

The JAX AIR NEWS U published weekly l at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Fit April 24 For the first eight months of fiscal Corps officers.

Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with' nonpui oprlated funds It Happens Every Thursday year 1953, the Department of- .
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at no expend to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS H-35. Rer.
Nov. J Mi. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Natal Air Station the Loretta Young Defense obligations amounted to .
Naval Air Technical Training Center. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval Sat. April 25 billion Secretary One hundred and fifty June
Air Station Cecil Held and the U. S. Natal Hospital.. approximately $34.3 graduates of the nation's medical
Editor-Andrew II. Planey State Department. File 6.0- of Defense Charles E. Wilson
have been
schools
Assistant Editor-Helen' Harper: Sports Editor-:John Charvat. AN;; Staff Bill Lundigan has announced. Included in this approved for
lleposlera--Ed Hendeison. PNSN; Mildred Mueller. SA; Ann Heart, JOSH I the rmy's 'Medical Interne Program -
a. UrcuUUon.Dlftrlbutlon-Ma>rKe }Kusco J03; Vivian Knox SA. NAVAL HOSPITAL amount were military pay and allowances the has
The JAX AIR NEWS ls a member of the Armed Forces Tress Service research and develop- Army announced.
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe Thurs. April 23, Upon graduation, these doctors
written prrmlKlorv Armed Forces Pi em Service. Republication of other Four Days Leave .... Cornel Wilde ment and other activities, as well
matter, except by nertlw publication, Is prohibited without permission of will be called into active duty an
Kdlton JAX AIR NEWS. \ Fri. April 24 as procurement and constructionfunds.
Editorial: 930 Phone extensions 8184 first lieutenants in the Medical
offices located Building (topside)
and 21.6.TMs. Peter Pan ......_.Cartoon Feature .
I I Sat. April 25 .* Corps,USAR on July 1 and will

spend a year in one of the Army's
Seeking Law For It Happens Every Thursday-- The Navy has recommended for 11 large! teaching hospitals.

Loretta Young promotion to Lcdr., 1,465 Naval
a a

Life Preservers The Secretary of' Defense has

announced the appointment of

I In Small BoatsA James M. Mitchell as Civilian

Deputy to the Assistant Secretaryof

state law requiring every Defense for Manpower and

small boat to carry life preservers I_ Personnel. Mr. Mitchell resignedas

will again be sponsored by the a U, S. Civil Service Commissioner

Florida Safely Council, a non- u ,
to accept the post
( is the 13th in 'a series of
state supported organization, organized
aMore
articles dealing with new Government -
in 1929.
offi lal..) x : than 600 Army Nurse

America's newest Secretary of Asher Frank, Council Director, Corps officers are enrolled in the
pointed to a number of fishing-
the Army, Robert T. Stevens, Army Medical Service extension
trip Tragedies in Florida waters C
9 courses conducted by the Medical
comes to President Eisenhower's I
in recent months as evidence of > *
official family from the ranks of y. t .. Field Service School at Brooke
the need for safety .regulation *
Industry. {} E Army Medical' Center, Ft. Sam
Florida has 30,000 lakes with ) 4
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Former board chairman of the Houston, Tex., the Army has re
1,500 miles of shore line and
many
textile firm of J, P. Stevens & ported. Credits given for satisfactory -
miles of rivers without safety
any
Co., Inc., and a director-'in several -' ; completion of the courses!
supervision or protection to those
other indiiftti! 'ies, Mr, _Stevens 4 count towards promotion in Reserve .
who operate their own. or rented
also served in both world 1 wars. boats. Corps but have no acceptance -

alit as academic marks, in university
Fmleral .
WWI he Has a second! lieutenant regulaUosM require -._______ or college work.
"safety" equipment for moU r- .
of artillery from Sept. 4, *
bo U front 16 fH but there b. DEMONSTRATES-Jatk Hamilton, AOC, of NATTCenter, recently -
3918, until his separation Dec. 4, no law covering Mnaller boat returned from St. Paul, Minn., where he acted as technical The Navy hM given' temporary

1918. In 1941 Mr. Steven attended advisor for a film production on the Aero A Turret, demonstratessome appointments to Warrant Grad
ei the live lot In Florida
Many
a special civilian courseat of the minor assemblies, to be shown in the film. Lt. Ed W-l
the Command and General Staff watts" result. frown accident Involving Rouen and Joe Andrews, AO School officers harken to Hamilton's to 95 enlisted, men. The ap-

School, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans.OUEItT It said 14-foot, tklffs demonstration. Many of the scenes for the film will be shot here pointments will be effective from

ADd outboard motor-boats. in Jacksonville. Mar. 1, 1953: upon acceptance

Under the bill suggested by the .

Florida Safety Council, both private Cameramen to Shoot ScenesAt

owners and those furnishing Propose New Assistant

9 "for-hlre" boats would be requiredto Center for Training Film Defense Secretary

have aboard a life-preserver for
Washington (AFPS) An
every occupant. Enforcementwould I A training film on the Aero
additional
I I Assistant
Secretaryof
be in the hands of the 11 A turret which will have pected to arrive here in the latter
Defense has been
'
Slate Game and Fish Commission.. many of the shots taken herein part of July to shoot 'the action proposed
in HR. 3611
Introduced in Con-
"No extra expense would be required Jacksonville will be releasedin scenes.
gress by Rep. Robert L. Sikes
to enforce this law, since the' near future. % a a .
(D-Fla .
)
State Wardens could check the Jack Hamilton, AOC, of the Working In doe liaison .
as advisor The new ttM.Ufant would brailed
safety equipment at the same: time Aviation Ordnance School of the to the Reid H. Ray Film
the
.
Inspector f theJJfpartmf'ftt
they check licenses Naval Air Technical Training Cen-
fishing: Industries, producers of the movie, of Defense and
Frank said. ter returned last week from St. Chief Hamilton
remarked
that h
.. Paul, Minnesota, where he spent had the best T.A.D. duty of coordinate

two weeks as technical adviser for
Loud Warning: Naval career. Chief Hamilton was
Inspectors General of the
the production of the film.
Air raid sirens, loudest ever devised quite content with his duty and
Army, Navy and Air Force.
T. STEVEN'SHwrelary for civilian defense, are being wouldn't have swapped it for the When directed by the Sec-

of the Anny made on a special siren assembly The AO Sihool'c request to proverbial life of the mythical of
retary Defense
the new assistant !
He served with the Quartermaster line at Chrysler Corp. plantat BuOrd for a training movie to Riley. would inquire into and

Trenton Mich. The use in demonstrations to students'
General Procurement Of- siren can Hamilton an instructor in
the report upon matters which per-
fice between Jan. 15, 1942 and Oct. be sheard anywhere within eight here resulted in the filming the turret section phase four of the tain to economy of the three

9, 1945 where he attained the rank miles. action movie on the turret. Plans ordnance school, reported here for Services.VSERVICES..

of colonel. He was on temporary were submitted to Washington, insttuctor from Quonset
Point
duty in Europe near the war's end. 1951-52: but were vetoed in favor of a. R. I.Screen. -
Mr. Stn.tM, 53, is married and ..
Mr. Stevens was appointed a longer movie and one that could I '
the father of five children. The .also be -
adapted for fleet D
civilian aide to the Secretary of use S
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family home U South Plainfield Magazine 506
Running for
a period of. 40 '
the Army Mar 15, 1952. His ex. "
N. J. (AFPS) minutes, the cameramen Available To .
jr-eiience in government, and as are ex- Libraries '

,
a liaison official between government Washington (AFPS-The) sixth .

and Industry, dates back Plemmon's Pin Saves Time issue of the new Armed Forces Protestant

much further:. Only one-sixth of the time Screen Magazine film series is 0830-All Saints Chapel.
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normally required to attach a tools are used, and only thirty now available to the Services. 0915-Naval Hospital ChapeL

He "Ii" wi administrative rep- practice bomb,rack to Fighter seconds are needed to remove Produced by the Office of 0930Sunday: School
icsentatlve in the section.
of industry Squadron 104's Corsair tighter tl e' bomb rack. When an entire Armed Forces Information and 1045-All Saints ChapeL
the National
Recovery Administration
I. planes is now needed by squad complement of planes is being Education, the film (#506)) deals Catholic
1933 head of the Textile
; ron mechanics; thanks to a pin serviced the total time saved with the Army's new amphibiOUS 0800-0900-1000 Mass, St. TA-
Faction National
Defense Advisory -
designed by Jack F. Plemmons, will be close to an hour BARC, Army mountain ward's Chapel.
Commission 1940 District
coordinator of the, Defense; Con- I AOAN. Flight tests have been conducted training, Air Force OCS, the 0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel.

The usual method of attaching with one of these pins Navy icebreaker USS Burton Mormon
tract Service of the Office of Production
the bomb rack to the Cor- by VF-104 for over a month Island,, and highlights of the 1930TuesdayNATTC \'bap.
Management New York
,
lairs requires the UM of two with the results showing It to Army-Navy football game. Iain's office.
area, 1941; Class B Director, Fed-
wrenches and more than three be satisfactory in all The films be Christian Selenee.
safety may obtained
eral Reserve Bank of New
193{.{ and Class C York'i minutes is needed to removethe respects _and a great improvement from the nearest Army and Air 1900 Tuesday- NATTC Chap

apparatus has been noted in the Force film library. If tUrns lain's office.
Chairman since 1948; and Chair- are
Memmon's pin Vt held In4opoeition installation and removal of the not available through
man, Business Advisory Council established Information-Education, Depart-
by an access door, BO practice bomb racks. II channels, Information
of the Department of Commerce, should be ment of Defense, Washington: 25,
sent to.
Office of Armed
Forces,..D. C.
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NAVY WIVES



CORNEROn


Tuesday, April 28, membersof i

the Navy Wives Club will call i "

at all home aboard the Station \ ...J Carnival time is just around the
corner and it won't be long before
and at Dewey Park to ask for
.. the gaiety of the festival will be
donations for the "Not New" Shop. t v V f TYp filling the air here at NAS and e

Contributions of any kind will be }( the crowning of the Carnival I
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appreciated.The : Queen will take place.During .
> Yff : Phase 1 of the contest
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next lesson for those work : ;: ,
Ing at the Navy Wives Club Char ,'. ARE.: YOU' A. ffg, & cakes were baked to raise funds
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Carnival booth will be '. ", .!;) ':! for votes, a taxi dance was held
ity given :
"{...!,J I, ;:"
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> Wave calling
and contestants were
at the Clubhouse / *
on Wednesday, f. .., ,, "
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:
;. "" ,, I!t'tt\: J upon shipmates in the bar
April 29 at 2000. >
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: ;" ,-:(\. ...' d 'r.ii fit.t J ; racks for donations.To ..
The next business meeting will : ... do ;; Jt;; .. ,
,.' ':.'. ... : ?: # ",, .,, date, and ell into Phase II
be held
6. Members -
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May are t'
on
:' \="'": the Waves well
,J'I; ftrl' of the contest, are
reminded to bring a package for .,.,, .. .r.: tl '
.. "f. I represented aa Departmental -
Thanx. r ; 4"/.... ..
.
Your
Winners
Queen generous -
< ..
5.5 u ,
,,; votes will help toward turn-

Our Lady's Sodality !L 'W'" i1 r r ing a "whie{ hat" into a crown on

Sets Card Party .Y the evening of May 15. .
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A card party sponsored by OurlAdy'
f. '
ff
{ n..memhfor w vote for the Wave
Sodality of St. Edward's >
you want. They are ArtU Per-
Chapel will be held in the Small >..
Communications : Stl-
sons, ; Mary
Chapel Friday, May 1. Refreshments .
COURTESY PAYSAre you guilty'of Cafeteria Calamity?" "Are you a clock hoe?" "Walk cox, Operations; Helen Pronchtck,
will be served during the and be ..eet.! Such are come of the slogans seen at Overhaul and Repair department these days. Special Services; Beverly Bucholz:,

course of the evening beginningat It's all part of a courtesy campaign in an effort to remind employees "slow down" and be .more I&E, NATTCenter; Ethel Cachu.
2000. All women are cordially considerate of others during rush and rest periods. Judy Covington, Metalsmitli Third in Shop 3277
invited to attend. gives a quick glance at some of the posters. lea, AO school, NATTCenter and
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-- forma Jean Fisher, Hospital

Prizes will be given away with "Oops, I'm Sorry Congratulations to the Waves

the proceeds to be used for char. BLOOD BANK who have passed the recent! Air-

itable purposes Tickets, are avail. man and Seaman exams. Included .
able in the Chaplain's office, Build. Safety Through Courtesy Program BOX SCORE are: Barbara Brister, AIAN; .

in 752. No Quota l'erSch. Joan Thron, AN; Dona Young,

Being Tested At Overhaul & Repair Met ('rotNATTCentt"r' AN; Jeanette Bostic, SN; Laura

....100 351 184.7 Brown, SN; Stella Bunk, SN; Irene

Marine Students It you're passing ,..through the the attention of all employees, Security "..'. .... :5 li 100.0 Collett, TESN; Eleanor Denver, .

Overhaul and Repair department will take the Mil TESN: Veda Drake, SN; Ethel '
they necessary Fla Diat.. 5 5 100.0
Top ANP( ), AO and happen to hear some steps to improve the probl m." Special Servo .... 4 4 100.0 Kelly, SN;' Jean Massa, SN; Virginia -

"pardon me's," "sorry, sirs," S a Commun. .....,.... 3 3 100.0 McBrearty, SN; Marilyn-
S Marine Brks.:1 100.0 Praytor, SN," Helen Pronchlck,
hoolGradualesMarines 3
"oops! my fault" or "after you, Pouter reminders have been
placed at strategic locations Medical _........ 2 2 100.0 SN; Gloria Richards, SN; Betty
don't be alarmed, you're not
from opposite ends' of within 0 & R, and safety talks Dental..,........" t 1 100,0 Snoop, SN; Vivian Knox, SN;

the country topped their respec lost. on the subject of Courtesy will IRD .................. 4.1 4. 100.0 Connie Yermai. SN..*
OAR: hasn't converted to a Reserve Fleet .. 75 65 86.6 *
tive classes In Airman and Aviation be given periodically. Employeesare
Ordnanceman "A" Schools Miss Patkington's Finishing also asked to submit suggestions Sup and Fiac .. 26 21 80.7Admlnill. The Waves' softball team met

last week at NATTCenter. School. It's just that employeesare to the campaign com .......... 5 4 80.0 its first challenge last %Wednesday
cooperating in an all out mittee. Operations _...14 11 78.5 night in an exhibition game with'McMichael1l
A N, ( P )
School honor- I "Courtesy Campaign," instigated After surveying the situation, NARTU ............ 7 5 71.4 Sundries. Althoughthe

man wa Pfc. %*.; to help control shoving, pushing I Capt. Leonldas D. Coates, 0 A. Cecil Field ........ 15 10 66.6 Waves lost 8.4 they showed ;

Malcolm E and running during the rest R officer, issued the following Naval HOt'Jp.' .... 16 9 56.2 possibilities Since It Is doubtful

Arnold, fromInglewood periods, at the lunch hours, and statement: "Let each of us show Cr Cove Sprgs 30 16. 53.3 that a city league will be! formed
in the parking lot at the end Public Works 25 13 52,0FAWll most of the games will be with
I by our actions that we respect
'rr'
I of the working day. the rights and feelings of our I .......... 43 14 32,5ComFalrJax Service teams. Watch the- bulletin
Calif., while a y y'y'Pennsylvanian
'* fellowman It is better to be j ...128 35 273; board for, home games.

The ru"h to be "first at the first courtesy, than first out I 0 H ......_... 90 6' 6.6 Welcome aboard at NAS to Nona
Pfc. Gene P.
; f time clock," "first in the cafeteria the gate. Engn! ers _.14 0 0.0 Thorpe from Newport, R. I., and
Elig led A 0
( line," and "first to leave -as AIM .........._... IS 0 0.0 Patricia Balzct from Balnbridge.
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School's) graduattng -
Arnol4 in the evening" has presented an IssuingNew Raincoat NATTCenter greeted eight from t
class ot acute problem. Some employees Balnbridge,.who will attend ANP( )

61 sailors and marines. have actually been injured in Washington AFPS-The) NavyIs Lapel Buttons Go To School. Included are:' Doris Peterson .

Arnold, who topped his class of Helen Woods Chester
. the push. now issuing the new-style enlisted
165 with a 91.41 average, attended 'The employees themselvesa men's blue raincoat. Widows Of Korea DeadOne Squires, Mary Baker, Sally Whit-

Inglewood High School. He enlisted worth, Marilyn Brown, Ruth Va
in the Marines m Septem- complaining, Clayton The garment is made of lightweight Gold Star Lapel Button or lerio and Myrtle Belssel.
Owens, OAR Safety Engineer
ber, 1952. From here he will go declared. 'That is why the navy blue! rotton cloth and pin will be furnls)edtwlthout cost, On the Hospital list this week

to Aviation Electronicsman School i is double Bertie Morgan, Marie Marcl-
breasted. It is now available are .
Courtesy Campaign has been to the widow and to Men of the
at Memphis. ante, Marll/n Praytor and Charlotte -
.,.... started. We feel after these' unsafe I for 11.80 at most continental parents of veterans who died overseas Hens from NAS and NoliMathls
H o an ;
nor m clothing and small stores. It can
to
practices are brought
in line of duty. Doris JacMe: Bor-
Quinn,
Eli i g finished be obtained In either small largeor

high school in regular, sizes 34 throdgh 40. The term "widow"'includes wide rowes, Genevieve Krasnesky and

: BC Increases The present canvas-type raincoat ower; the term "parents" Includes G ace Field from NATTCenter.Just .
1 Cresson, Pa., a reminder that In Barracks -
i will not be sold after July 1, mother, father, stepmother, step
a prior to enlist 722,all personal phone calls
; I Benefits ForMaternity but may be worn until July 1, father, mother and father through
will be made and received on the
.. ing last June. 1955. adoption. *
:r Finishing the i pay telephone from 1800-2100, no
s that the desk telephone will be

11-week course open for offical calls only'Wooden :

,lge.rya w with a mark of Blue Cross maternity benefits .

Elie 85.38, h e requested have been increased, for Cesarean Ships AndIron

overseas duty and will be Sections effective April 1, 1953, Men' Return

transferred to El Toro, Calif., for it -has been announced.On .
Washington (AFPS) Days of
assignment to a replacementdraft. or after this date, all ad. h yfTRAINING
"wooden ships and Iron men" are
missions for Cesarean sections will
again looming on the horizon: for
be allowed $150, twice the Blue
the Navy
Cross maternity allowance for
Two wooden;: minesweepers, the
normal deliveries. Maternity benefits -
Bold and Bulwark, were chris
for normal delivery will remain -
tened at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard .
.the same, $75.
Portsmouth, Va., recently..
L'oZontec tko h ,/ It will not be necessary for policy The only metal on the two ships

ice' holders to receive new Identification is to !e found in the pipes, faseningi -
-8ETWEEN / Cards }in the event this additional : and In the engineandthat

benefit is used, nor will new metal is of the non-magnetic

contracts or riders for present variety.The .

contracts be necessary wood U supposed to counteract

0 ,All Blue Cross member hospitalsIn M the magnetic mine which

Florida have been notified about was developed during WWII. '

this new coverage which has been Steel hulled ship draw the mines
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increase in :---
made available at no to themselves.

Blue Cross rates. The family con- CENTER INSPECTION wu thevflrst 1953 la.spection The "G5-ton( ships are the ArK
la whites .for personnel at NATTCenter last Saturday.
tract, which Includes this cover- wood vessels U to IN built at. that
Capt. Edwin R. Peck, commanding officer of the Center, accompanied -
age, will still be $6.20 per month. by his inspection party, reviews a group of white hats. yard since 1918.

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NATTCENTER QUEEN CAN-
JIIDATKS-From. this bevy of ---i--'uii- -' _
beauties above and right will T Of Prizes For
rome the Naval Air Technical t
Training Center candidate for f,

The With Navy the conclusion Charity of Carnival.Phase !' Carnival QueenHere

II, NATTCenter's eventual win- is the list of valuable
ner will compete against seven ..
others for the coveted crown. o- --4 1S gifts the 1953 Navy Charitywill
The departmental phase will : receive.
close May I. Queen committee Cohen Brothers will present A
chairmen are requested to familiarize complete ensemble to the Queen
themselves with all
rules of the contest. ::' ,:'H including: <.
.. : 1 Evening dress ,by Lee Claire

..' 1 Cocktail dices by Junior Ac-
WO Bars For : cent.


CAG-17 Member I Jo Thompson Candy" u t.ft'. Beverly Bucholi= AN3 -- 1 1 Street Summer dress suit by by Kane-WciII.Sacony.
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Warrant officer bars are being 1 Beach ensemble of 2 swan

worn now by Robert A. Hampton At Command Level Now AE School At suits by Jantzen, 1 Terry doth

former ATC, of Staff, Commander robe by Jantzen, and 1 pair xxn-

Carrier Air Group 17, as a resultof Center Tops dais by Fortunete. -
Race On To Determine .
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his being sworn In last week 3 pairs of shoe, (1 sport* by
Blood DonorsAn
m a radio electrician warrant office. Mademoiselle .
r
.-. is 1 Handbag by Lewis.
outstanding job ac-
Radio Electrician Hampton was Eight, Queen Finalists credited to the Aviation Elec 1 set of luggage ((3 pieces) by

elected, for this promotion from trician's Mate School at the Lady" Baltimore.. ,

en eligibility list established last Naval Air Technical Training 11 Hat by Jonquil.
summer by a board which checked The Navy Charity Carnival Queen Contest has entered Center in the Armed Forces Underwood Jewelers will present

records and evaluation sheets of Phase II, with contestants now competing at commai* level. Blood Program. a $250 diamond ring to the

tome 6,000 regular anti reserve 1 votes" will be tabulated; and she will be '
At 1200 May "penny Throughout March all of the Queen, and presenteda

men in the top two enlisted! x pay eight top finalists) one from each command, will be named. ,I schools at the Center either gold banded wristwatch by
.r.iies.
g:'I met or exceeded their quota, Jacobs Jewelers.
The ten of Queen candidates are listed below I
promotion !
years
caps Supply. i but the AE School maintainedan Grand prize for the Queen will
Kaval service for Hampton. During with the Various departments
Naval will be exceptional high average be a weekend trip to Havana fUI'Her
Miss Hospital"!
that time he has seen duty within comands they are representing I
) Jo Anne over its quota for the entire Majesty and her chaperone.
either Nurse Lt.Jg
MI both the Atlantic and Pacific Some are wives, sweethearts '.
doctors and month. This Includes:
oceans and with surface' ships and and relatives of civilian Lindy, representing I
nurses; Wave Norma Jean Fisher, The-first week of last month, $150 in cash.Transportation.
while others
aircraft squadrons. and military personnel -
/ are Waves, Women Marines JIM, representing the cop paten; 43 people were scheduled as from* Jacksonville -
and civilian employees or Ann Langiottl representing the donors but a total of 159 par- to Miami and leturn.
civilian employees ticipated, thus making 370 Two round trip tickets from
.
-- A Line percent of donors over the Miami to Havana via the Peninsular -

I I FlEPAKTMKNT winners In the KAKIIAKA PKHHKL and Barbara need. and Occidental Steamship

0' Rhyme Naval Air Station contest have Saunders, Fleet Air Wing During'the second week of company..

been selected, and one of the fo.1- 11 Staff; Virginia Cummins, Fas- month 326 percent more donors Weekend accommodations for

"The Induct rllll'''''' Dilemma" lowing will\ be "Mitts Naval Air ron 109: Patricia Frame, VJ-2; volunteered for the blood two at the Hotel Nacional de

Oh I'm a salty sailor man Station 'Jacksonville"' \ : Dorothy and Suzanne McCully VPare drive- and-...- 319--- percent over the Cuba, Havana.

That's never been to sea, Houghton, Administration; .Aitii competing for "Mi, Fleet Air 1 scheduled number donated Second place winner will receive:

taut there's no one here can tell it Persons, Communications; Nancy Wing 11" honors. during the third week. A Philco personal radio.A .

Just by heating me. Kellogg, Dental; Susan Oehler, The Marine Aviation Detach The final two days of March Lady Baltimore wardrobe
IRD and Security; Betty Taylor, and the first
ment at NATTCenter has three week of April case from Harry Fmkelstem
For I'mip on all the "scu'ttU- Medical; Mary Silcox, Operations; contestants this second phase brought the most outstanding Company.A .

Lull"e Josephine Duffek, Overhaul and of the contest: Marilyn Gessler, figure when AE School amass- gold wrist watch from Ja

And. I'm darned. well "squared Repair; Jeanette Reilly Public A< :T School; Diane Hammer, AE ed a total of 414 percent of donors cobs' Jewelers.The '

away," Works; Wave Helen Pro chlck, School' I; and Pfc. Virginia Kearns, over its quota for that third plju-e winner will receive -
"dead the SN, Special$eryIces; and Oietha week.
feet on :
I've got my USMC ANP( )) School and permanent '
Wilkins, Supply and Fiscal. Lcdr. A. M. An RCA .
deck"l \ personnel. One_ of these Bozarth, Train. personal radio.A
And I know when to "belay." Those competing for "Miss Com- ladies will be "Miss Marine Aviation ing Officer of the Aviation gold wristwatch from Jacobs

FairJax" are Betty Ward repre- Detachment."* Electrician's Mate School Jewelers. -

There's a load of salty chatter senting ComFairJax Staff Jackie stated that he was well pleasedby The remaining r\ln'1ers-up' will
Contestants for "Miss NARTU"and
That's "awash" Inside my bean, Vlnlng representing VC-62; '.,'t-I- Jhe efforts shown by the also be presented gold wristwatches -
"Miss Naval Air Station Cecil -
Ku"t I couldn't tell a ferryboat ene Morrison representing! Carrier entire school towards thispro* by Jacobs Jewelers.BREEZES .
Field" not available at
were
From a Russian submarine.I've Air Group 17; and Alpha Jensen gram. .
press time.
representing Fasron Six.

been assigned to the "star- Z -. -. -- + +

board watch" TEN CONTESTANTS are In the
And the "skipper" raised a row running for the "Miss NATTCanterll Sgt.: 'I ordered appfe pie. This I

Jl I didn't bf'laylnll1 "two bells" :' title.. They are: Josephlne' looks like peach; to me."

Ere I "secured" for "chow" Thompson, Administration: Wave Waitress: "What does it taste
like "
Beverly ucholz, TN3 NATT- ?
We're the roughest, toughest, Center; Barbara Morrison AE, Sgt.: "I'm not sure.".

saltiest crew School; Wave Ethel Cachules, SN Waitress: "Then what's the difference -

That ever you did see, AO School; Margie Oleson, ANP ?"
.
Put If ever our ship were to leave ( ) School; Mary Miller AK

the dock, School; Carolyn Zisk, Dental and A red corpuscle .U not a Rus

What a heckuva mess there'd be, Medical; Candy Duncan, AGO alan non.com.
*
--The Tucson Desert Log School; FAith Johnson, Training

Facilities; and Robbie Parsley, This story. is going the roundsin
wtra xQUEEN Paris.

Burp .'. Pardon, Me Army Now Using 'Brain'To What is the principal differ-
ence between a rich Americanand

New York (AITS--Ac- Help Place Inductees a poor one ? .

cording to the Army and Air Wellington (AI.'I'SThe Armyis A poor American washes his
Force Exchange here the sale Cadillac.
electronic deviceto
now using an
of) milk and soft drinks in post ,find out which men are the C e
exchanges abroad has increased tOI""which'"Seniee"jobs. -- Wave: Here's your ring. I love
right mtrf'
J500 percent In the last three CANDIDATE-One squadron has gone all eut to present another."
Culled the psychological matrix Its Navy Carnival Queen candidate Fasron 109 "
years. Officials attributed the turned out Sailor: "Who.is.he?
: rotator, the "robot brain" for an unofficial inspection! tour by Virginia Cummins hi her .
Wave "You're to
increase to the fact that younger : not going
first visit to the She
squadron. led
even an inspection
lace ( paperMidprtirll group down
ghee result t>
men are going Into the the line on the tour. Wife of + armed services. tests grits to Army I*- Virginia takes a break to chat with the men at the !squadron who Sailor: "Heck no! I'm going to

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Sneak Preview --' ':{< .. ': c

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sneak preview o{ Just a bit

of the talent which will performat

the big: Navy Charity Carnival

May 15-16 will be presented via

WMBR.TV Friday at 1600.

Members of the 7V: cast 'include

baritone John Payne, ADZ, ,
from VP-16 now on duty with

V-l division; Wave twins Jackie

and Bobi Borrowes!, SN, ventriloqulsts -

from NATTCenter;

\ocalist Mary Dlmick, SN, NAS

Fleet Logistics and civilian Bob

Manning, pianist from Industrial

Relations.Also .
in the cast are Ray Sam-
'
uelson, OAR, anti his seven

year-old son Mike, who will per
form their clown skit, and the -- --. ---------

Tune: Timers, a harmony trio of REIIEARSE FOR TV SHOW-Bobl Borrowes, SN!" (center) In picture at left, finds that rehearsals can be fun, as well as work.,
when clowns Ray Samuelson (left) and Joe Blanc (kneeling) substitute Ray's 7year.old son, Mike, for one of Bobi's dummies. Television '
Kitty Cleveland, OAR; Myra viewers will see these comedy acts, along with others, via WMBR-TV Friday at 1600 and again at the Carnival. Baritone ,I
Johnson and Mary Joyce John Payne, AD2, in picture alright, polishes up on his vocalizing for the same TV show John' Charlesworth, MUC, directs the-Navy

Lcdr. Charles Garrettson will orchestra in the background ....-
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sic to be provided by the station Forsron 109 Fasron Six, VC-62 Report .. cPO
band Under the direction of JohnC. I

Charlesworth, MUG.

The TV show is Just a sprink Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons

ling of the tremendous store of .' ; '.:
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local and famous NOTES.There
nationally
pro- ; \
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Faxron 109 t __,..r.
fessional talent to be. unveiled at i Edgemon N Brown, ATAN; Leo team while Chuck Hontz received' ( "
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Medical authorities of the services -
the big Carnival. R. Tomlin, ATAN; Gary D. ,{aI- two championship trophies for the will be a General Assembly

report that a wounded man I' tone TAN; Earnest Butler, ,SD3, basketball in the absence of team i meting at 1130 Monday, April
in Korea uses an average of nine .
and Presley Johnson, Jr.,' ADAN. captain Bill Bailey. Individual 27. Election of five members *
Honor MenReve.aled pints of blood.According ,
'i a miniature basketballs were also I the Board of Governor and >

to this report 36 Fast Faron SixFa presented to the basketball!: team. Vice President will be JieM ..

At ron 9 men have saved over four I ron Slx held Its monthly Faron's softball tt'aJ1upt'let' JaxNav"s Governor will represent each of

wounded Korea war veterans Captains Inspection in "whites" representatives 9.8 last the following activities: ComFairJax -

Two Schools since the first of January of this last week after sending the "blues" Thumlay In an exhibition game Marine Air Detachment, Naval -

year, having voluntarily given a back to moth balls' for the duration Under the lights. Taking advantage Air Technical Training Center, j

Honor man awards for high total of 36 pints of blood or over" of the summer. of the practice game, the Banshees Fleet Air Wing Eleven, and one j

scholastic achievement( went to four gallons. Skipper Frederick E. Woodward used all three mound' men with member at large I

two sailors at AEA) and AKA( ) I This is very commendable and rated the Squadron as' being excellent right hander Bill Bailey getting A general discussion: of the proposed .

Schools, at NATTCenter lastWeek. appreciated more than would can in tli ess but thought a few credit for the win. patio will be held and suggestions

tell by the men who are fighting I could stand a closer trim around Austin E. OToole, ADCAP) of club members will be

Raymond J.. Murray, AEAN, the Communists in Korea. the ears. Six men were presentedGood is one of 48 who has been" selectedfor welcome. A free lunch will be
completed the 19-Week course at I :The 36 men are" : Bruce 1<". Behr,, Conduct medals Awards Officers Candidate School at served.

the Aviation Electrician's' Mate AP3; Robert S. Brock, SN;, William went to Robert W. Vittom, ADI; Newport, R. I. O'Toole will> leave I. Next special, buffet dlnn r-daMe .

School with an 85.54 average to B. Brooks, ,AT3; Frank Arnold T. Hoppen worth, PN1; in May for the 6-week course is scheduled for Saturday May 23. .4

win top honors. Brown, AN; Timothy" A., Co1cQl'd, Thomas F. McGuckin, AK1; Carl. after which he will{ receive a com Admission, which include corsages: '
YNSN Charjes F. Cole ANWil; ton R. Cobb, AD2 John W. Lambert .
; ; mission ,
ensign. .
Murray reported as for the ladies, ..dj nf'r" music by 4
ford De La Mare, ADC; Joseph AD2 and Louis C.,Warren,
"Revelers" and fien' drinks
the
here InSeptember Four men were advanced in rate
W, SN Dennis L. Dietrich AMAN ."
Delaney, ;
last' week after passing paygrade from 2100 to 2400, will be 5250
ADAN; Joseph A. Garrison, i Following the awards, Lcdr.
conducted thesquadron's "son. Due to the limited
E-3 exams by per pet
1952. Aftercompleting ATS; William E. Giles, SKSN; Woodward made the final prenen- ,
education office. New space and facilities available, reservations ,
Airman Ernest M. Goddaid, AN tation of the bowling and basketball
C tales went to Donald T Long, A A- most\ be made prior to ?
Lloyd W. Golden, Jr., ADAN; trophies to the team captains.
4
Prep s AN; John L. Relf, AA.AN; Don- 2200 Friday, May 22 Reservations'
Howard M. Greene AMAN Arnold Don received three championship .
{
; LeMay '
School, he entered aid M Bodden, SA.SN and Ray not claimed by that time will be .
M. Johnson, AN; Charles E. trophies for the bowling .
AE SA.SN. cancelled. to make
mond R. Cote, All are urged ::
School. Before .. .......N Kauffman, YN3, Robert: G. Long.,' Dick A. Cook, ADAN, and wife reservations early.
ADC John J. McCauley, AN; Leroy :**f
entering the Murray ; VF-31 Acquires New CO are proud to announce the arrivalof The outdoor pool is ,now open
K. McMullen, Jr., ADC; GlenF.
Navy, he attended Northeast High Elizabeth Arden who was born from 1000 to' 2100 daily. On Sat'i I
Command of
Mumpower, SA; Roger ,E. Fighter Squadron ',
School at Philadelphia, Pa, his Reiser, ALC; John A, Remlinger, 31 changed hands last week" when April H At the Naval Hospital. urdays and Sundays the refresh. t
home town. He is now to be Comdr. Raymond G. Thorpe. wasrelieved Elizabeth weighed 6 lbs", 12% OJUB: ment stand 1 at the pool 'will be J
SA; Kenneth E. Rhyne, AT3;
transferred to NAS Jax: for duty a a open at 1000. *?
Leonard J. Roberts, AN; James by Lcdn Paul W. Schlegel '
Ralph A. McClelland, AN, compiled VC-61
Roark, ADI; Jackie G. Runan, at NAS Cecil Field. I blned with a walk and two errors M
an 80 average at Aviation Compoftlta l Squadron ft was
AN; Howard A. Schuth, AD1; Comdr. Thorpe has been transferred in Iin the fifth Inning proved enoughto
Storekeeper School to become nosed out by Fasron 109 the '
Theodore R. Schwenn, AD3; Nicholas to NAS Corpus Christi, put over Fasron 109'; three
honor man. He topped 14 other curtain raiser of the 1953 intra
D. Thrappas, SAj Hubert M Texas for further assignment I winning, tallies.
men in his class during the 12- mural softball season by a 3.2
Turner AD3.Thomaa Lcdr. Schlegel reported to VF-31
,
Another game with .
week course. score, despite a three hitter VF-172 on .
T. Twbaka, AN; Joel A. directly from General Line School,
the 8th of
McClelland, thrown by Al Bullard"UnfortunAtely April was postponedwhen
Wiggins, ADI; William D. Will- Monterey, Calif.
the hits, corn.M the fighter squadron( was'
who entered the son, AD3; John J. Wright, Jr, unable to appear for the game. |

DMSN.A .
Naval Reservein Bullard hurled a four hit g.me
dressed fav- ?
"Come as your -
for VC-62 Monday BJ the
Oct. 1951, orite song" party was held by the photo
squadron nine downed Tasron 6
was called to squadron's officers, wives' and
by a 10-2 count.
guests recently. First prize was
active duty in copped by Lt. Gail Gllliam and Some. enlisted personnel of VCJ- >,

March 1952 and wife both dressed in "Blue Tail 62 have graduated from the lank

Fly" costume. of grounulings and qualified as 1,,
Bainbridge
McClelland went to Moat unique was Lt. Ronald S. "back seat riders" in the TV-2"a

Md., for recruit tiaining, Jones in grim reminder of the time two seated. version of the Air

and from there to Jacksonville.After he had to hit the silk over France Force "Shooting Star">-

graduating from Airman outside of.Paris. He was dressedin John E. Richards, AN; Melvin

Prep School, he entered AK School. flight suit carrying a split par Lynch, AN, and John P. Massett,

Before joining the Navy, he attended achute. The song, "The Last TimeI AD3, were granted their hops in '

high school in-Queens, New Saw Paris." the TV.2 jet trainer after fulfillIng -

York lie is now to be transferredto Two new officers recently re- eligibility requirements Include

QuonsefFoint, R. I", for duty. ported on board with 14 enlisted ; ing checking out in the "Dllbeit

men. From FaetuLant, NAS, Norfolk Dunker," the altitude chamber, and

Personnel InvitedTo comes Lcdr. Harry B. Shep- L the jet ejection swat ,

Nurses Dance herd and Lt. Charles E. Largay. The squadron ready room was <*

Personnel are invited to attend Adding to the crew's comple- ....,....-._ __ o_ T'W'' '_ """ ,,_ "IFR" recently after Lt. Robert r
a dance to be given tonight by ment were: Philip L. Garner, AT- AWARD CEREMONY-SIx awards presented at the monthly M. Gardner had passed out cigarsfor
AN Robert T. Watkins. A01. Six total of the arrival of a baby boy,
the student' (nurses of St. Luke's ; captain's inspection at Fasron eighteen years good con.
Hospital The, Dance will be held Edward J. Knobbe, ATAN; JamesH. duct Squadron skipper, Lcdr. Frederick E. Woodward presents Richard D. Gardner
9th Dawson, ADI; Richard A. Carlton Cobb, AD2, with Tils award', while standing by are left Only a few days later 01' Man
auditorium
in the Hospital Zenon G. Tygiel- to right) Robert Vittom, ADI; John Lambert, AJ)2 fouls Warren, Stork buzzed the "field" again,
and Boulevard at 1930. Brady, AOAN7; AMAN; Thomas McGuckln, ADI and Arnold Hoppenworth, PNI.It I '
Admission is free, and. refresh- ski, ATAN; William- L. Dolson, was the third GC award. for Vittom and Hoppenworth and the this timewith- a boy far Lt.
ments will be served. ATAN; Benton B. Warren, ATAN. second for Lambert. Chandler. Merrell. ?

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. '. Iif.. i : ,1.'' ", y' !" '. _" ..J..j. ,,' safely Into first base on a high Near End Of
r. threw is Ed Olson of Aviation
s
Ordnance School. Pawl Zanfardlno -
NATTCenter Officers' Center Loop
nine, leaps for the skylit toss,
Ht it gets by him. AO School
defeated the Officers 1.13, in First Round
.
the NATTCenter \ Intramural
AMA' ., diamond fracas last week. Undefeated leaders in the

NATTCenter intramural softball

tmi : league, Special Services-lsl Lieu
tenants and AK School, clashedin

: ; : i a showdown battle for first
UIJIV ..lI.nlJ.Wit" ( round honors Tuesday. A score

was not available at press time.
4. John ftL ClaanatI
Second round play will get

1 What is worse than a pitcher having trouble after disposing -L Lt underway May 4, but it is expected
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: of the first hitter? The answer, damage coming with .. .. .... that a replacement will
.. : have to be found for the defunct
two men away in order. "m :: NATTCenter Officers' nine.

The pitcher can't always be held accountable for runs : '::" : AK bounced through a week of

scored with two away. But, in most cases here this season, action undefeated, dropping the

as the score book will bear out through the first 11 games, Marines, 12-0," and AO Ships
84.: The
Company
the hurler on duty has thrown jn base hits or free passes'. ease with
which the Student Storekeepers
that have resulted in enemy tallies. disposed of ,the Leatherneckscame

To be exact, 11 runs have been scored by the opposition as quite a surprise as the

after two were away. This represents r a inning .total. On ,""'........,,,. horse latter was tagged a possible dark
through the entire
the other side of the. ledger, Jax Navy hurlers have managed .'. ,*"."......-..'..'.'' N''''<\..'",, season.
.... .. ", S. S..1st Lt. shelled Air Craft
only 1C onetwo-three frames. .w Maintenance 13.4 after
+ .. ........ .-... r taking a
forfeit from NATTCenter Officers -

.. Heaviest damage was. done last Friday when Cincinnati earlier in the week.RTANDINtiS .

University defeated the Fliers here, 73. Duane High Scoring Trade Marks Tear W I..SI.t .

Sheets, who fan usually spot his offerings to escape s AK. i Scholl Lt. 5,0,IJ

trouble, served a gopher 'ball to Bearcat Third Baseman .U Alarlnes; School 4 a 2 2
Early HAS Softball Play. ANP( ) Ships' Co. 1
Glen Sample in the third that spelled defeat. AO Ships' I Co. .4 1 1gP'Malnt.

Sheets got the first two 'Cats to bounce Into easy infield .- / i g
outs. But followed quick singles add a base on balls that Postponements and inclement weather took their toll of NA'l"TC Pt"r.nnn\Oll1'frl\ 0 1 4 Ii

loaded the corner sacks. He dusted Sample ,back with a,,high first week games in the Mainside intramural softball loops. .

fast ball at the chin on the first pitch and then pulled the However, Mayport and NAIITU in the National League and Lucas Tops Shooters
string on an inside curve ball that broke too far inside. VA-175 and Fasron 109' of the American circuit manufactured -
two wins each< to take early leads in their respective In Jax Pistol MeetRain
School was out! Sample unloaded his weight with the divisions. .

pitch and sent the ball soaring over the left field fence at the NARTU opened with a 20-6 stopped long enough Sun-
foul line to give the visitors a lead they never relinquished. drubbing of Comlssary and pickedup into the bottom of the fifth, but day for the Jacksonville Police
an 8.5 over a stubborn Personnel fell before an avalanche of late Pistol Club to welcome a record
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nine later In the week. Gene inning tallies. crowd of shooters at its monthly!
That's!! an example Coach Frank McCaffrey is hope- Horton and Gene McKenzie paced Supply and Ordnance locked pistol match. '

ful won't be repeated. Inning by inning the mound con-' the initial win, but McKenzie was horns in a close affair, with O&Gon When the stream of lead su6

fcious McCaffrey finds his pitchers behind on hitters, almost the "goat" in the second the short end of an 8.7 count. sided .in the Master Aggregate
decision M Personnel would not Supply scored three times In the Class, Jax Navy's John "Curly"
vith the result that needless runs are manufactured.
stay down until the final' two sixth'' for the victory after Ordnance Lucas was the recipient of top

Sheets 'isn't the taregt of an obituary. Every memberof frames. held the lead moat of the honors with a respectable 560 x

the 'hill corps, Clarence 'Eilertson, Ernie Funk, Ken Jacobs VA-175 Win Pair way 600 over the windblown range.

Ralph Bennett, Jim Eason,. Gene Clifford, Ken Brun- Inspired by an early upset of Standings: Jax Navy will send a three man
ning and Sheets has been guilty of the aforementioned VC-62, 3.2, Fasron 109 continued NATIONAL, LKAOI: team of Bob Stringer, (Ben Preston
"crime." Its i victorious ways with a 6-1 win Mayport Team W.2 I.0 and Jim Thomas to Kinston,
Clifford, who has been absent from the diamond for the over VP-5. The Patrolmen were NAR1U ::::::::::::::::.::;::: 2 0 N. C., for weekend competitionin
Personnel ...... .. ... ..... 1 1
past few weeks, will return shortly and should' bolster the never in serious contention as FaeTuLant .,..... ..... ... 1 1 the Kinston Police Pistol
Operations! .......,. ... .. .... 1 1
local staff In 52 the control artist split 12 decisions. + Fasron 109 tallied twice in the Supply .. .. .. ..... .. .......... 1 1 Championships.
first and "once Communication ... .. ... .. .....1 1
the
in second to
KAW-ll ... .. ......... ....... 1 1
I coast home. / Hospital ............... ....,. ,1 1
The one-two punch of last season, Tom Neely and Jim 0'A G. .. ."....".. ... .,... 0 1 Tankmen Set Initial
Comml.wary.: ...,,,.,,......... 0 1
Coughlin, have thus far given the foe little cause for worry Med. A Dent. .'.. ... .. .. ... 0 2AMKftlCAN Practice April 27
with .14? and .169 averages, respectively. However, in the Squadron deployment and Formation of a Jax Navy
last few meetings both have hit with considerably more authority lack of available personnel Tear : I.KAHIK: : W. L. varsity swimming team for theo

and appear to have picked up confidence.We'll caused abbreviated and indefinite Faoon 109 ,... ............... 2 coming summer tank begins
VA-175 .. .. ................... 2 0 season
cancellation of tour teams in VF-174 .. ........;........,...1 1 Monday, April 27, at 1630in
take the Fliers to win the first round of City Mainside intramural softball Fa.rolSlit .................." 1 1 .
VC-62 .. .,..... .. 1 1 the Indoor Pool, Building
League play in a breeze. Hardage rates the No. 2 nod with competition. VF-17t ..... n..un................ 0 0 614.
McDuff Hardware, Great Southern and Post Nine to trail VJ-2 .......T.l. ; ........". 0 0
Medical and Dental and VF- VF-m ". .I...... .. 0 o AN interested personnel
"
in that order. VP-S ....""I"I.............. 0 1
171 dropped completely, from VF-43 ... ......"".....:...... 0 1 should report to either COACH
Competition in the second half will be tougher, but the the circuit, while VA-175 steppedout VP-S ..-......".,.... .......... o p :2 Dick White or Bob Rogers

locals have the big guns to get the job done. There's a wealth of play for two weeks for for the daily practice sessions.
of talent at Mason Field that can be moulded into a Sixth fleet activities. The status of Herbie Flam i is now in boot AAU, National and regional

Naval District title winner, but it will take a better drive VF-172 la unknown. camp in San Diego, within hailing outdoor competition will AM a
than that which has been exhibited thus far. distance. of Tony Trabtrt. TheNavy' full summer program.
got him.
'. .
,. VA-175 fought off a last inning
For the benefit of those who haven't'already heard, rally by VF-43 to gain a 10-9()

there's cold beverage to be had at all home games win. The victors counted in every
stanza but the sixth and led
through the remainder of the season. Don't abuse the by
five into the seventh before VF-43
privilege, however. There's a fine string. attached to the came alive. VF-174 was a 13.9

can openers that can be cut anytime. victim Monday oa the Yorktown
diumond.
FOLLOWLV TilE FLIERS: Second baseman Tom '
"Nerves" Neely will possibly be out for the remainder of the Mayport, a dark horse entry,
season. The likeable little diamond veteran reported to the blasted Communications for a 12-

hospital Wednesday for a thorough check-up. ..Track coach 2 decision early last week and

Paul McCoy is on leave, visiting his home in Oklahoma, with made it two straight with a 14-2 }

a capital "0", for two weeks Toiling for Hardage in victory over Supply, Thursday.
the City League this season is VC-62's John Ilubinowski. Operations came from behindin 4a
The big right-hander set McDuff Hardware down with a the sixth with five rum to de-

:five-hit t 3-2, loss in the circuit opener last week. feat Hospital, 95. The Corpsmen
claimed a win in its first meeting,
Members of the Jax Navy skeet team bid a fond farewell however, drubbing FaetuLant,
to Bill Arthur, VF-22, who has been with the locals for num- 16-8. '

erous seasons Attendance through the first week of City VP-S Loses Twk
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League play Woodstock has been extremely slackened by In a slug feat Communications INTRAMURAL STANDARD BEARERS-It's quite; possible-
the cold weather, but should pick up in the coming months. overcame FA W-11 with a four- there's more gleam from the beaming eyes of the trophy holders
University of Florida and University of :Miami track officials run sixth to win 10( 8. FAW-11 than from actual trophies as representatives of victorious Mainside

approached Marv Peterson, Jax Navy's prolific javelin tosser, downed Operations, 12-11, to stay intramural Fasron Six,cage winner and of bowling both' events units, assemble was represented to receive awards.
by (left t.
with scholarship offers at last week's Florida AAU meet in eve for the week. right Don Lamar, hence Looney and Lt Sig' GudaL Ledr.
Gainesville. They'll Jiave to wait a "spell", however, as Peterson VP-3 dropped its second In a Richard Donahue (center) NAS Special Services officer made the
; a Marine in AO"A" School at NATTCenter, isn't due for row, losing. 11-10 to vF-174. The presentations. Comdr. Grover Gilmore, CO of Fasron 109 and Tom
discharge until 1955. Patrol nine held a 10-$ advantage Herman of 109's runner-op cage squad, and J. C. Forbes, repre
senting 0 8c R's runntr-up bowling team, complete the ptdure.r .



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I 23 April 1953 I
JAY AIR NEWS Poo SavenSkeelmen
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All Honors In! I Fliers Open Defense 01




Azalea Dominating Shoot all classes of the 1f City Loop l1 nd Title 1


Azalea Skeet Shoot, staged last i ,
week at the Jacksonville Gun 1 Behind the eight hit pitching ot Lefty Jim Eason, Jar Navy I

Club Jax Nf.\,)'. talented bandof belted Post Nine for an 11-% decision in City League competition

"bird busters" were slated to ( at Woodstock Tuesday night. The Fliers managed a dozen -:
i
compete in the Fiesta Shoot at I safeties In their own behalf, four by Catcher Bob Home.
:,
New Orleans, LA., over the corning -
weekend.Ken I A tenacious McDuff Hardware nine was templed to i

Pendergras won the 20-( throwaway the City League script Monday, giving Jax

gauge championship with a per- Navy a momentary scare in the Fliers' 1053 loop opener before JI

succumbing, 9-8 .Woodstock..
feet 50 x SO. Runner up honors
I IM Jacobs started for
(1-0)
were snared by the Fliers' Herb of mates aboard in the ninth inn
w; I the locals but
was quickly
Rupp with a 49 x 50. ing of the second tilt ga'e'the
benched in the when Mc-
,. forth
The local team captured both "e" Fliers an even. split in a two-
l j 1 ., Duff forged ahead 7-5 after trailIng _
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) .... > I
the Five Man Service Team title "' : games series with Florida State
SAFE BY \ MILE by four ru' s the previous ..
-aSliding Into
and the Open Five Man Championship safely third base Saturday in University at Tallahassee
the
third inning against Warner Robins AFB at Mason Field is lax frame Ralph Bennett (3-1)( ) gave

All. Class B Trahan Navy's'rlrhtllelder Ira Abelsen. Going wide for the throw is Bob a spartan performance in relief, I Luttrell Slant. boomerLuttrell'e .
gauge Champion. Abelson Stored of three-run
one three runs In the hot gave
inning limiting McDuff to a pair of I
won by Herb Allen of Filers claimed a one-sided fliers
ship was 14-S
victory. Today at GOO the Ralph Bennett a 7-4 decision over .
and unearned
Jax Navy with a 9$ x 100. The open a two-game series with Ejlm AFB. singles an tally. the home standing collegians Wed

Class C toga went to Bill Fruch- I Eglia Here Today nesday. Bennett came in In reliefof
tcnicht with a 92 x 100. It was Bennet's scorcher through :
F'; Jim } ason ((1.1), who was lifted
Members of the Jax Navy teamto JftKfflRflcwJ l ; the box with Matt Woloszjn! and in the sixth during a two run. .
Ira Abelson aboard that evened
compete in New Orleans will no hit uprising by the foe.
be Pendergras, Rupp, Allen matters for the Fliers In the
Fruchtenicht and Joe Hayman. fourth Jax Navy capitalized on The Seminoles won the opener ,

In a non-competitive shoot with ots three McDuff miscues in the fifth Tuesday, 4-2, shelling Clarence
to' twIce and in the Ellertson ((2.1)) for 10 hits, all of
score ensuingplay
Field's Jax
Cecil entry, Navy'sPendergras I. ._ the one bane variety. Jax Navy
and Bill Arthur dead- Bennett settled dO.'Jto the
managed only six safeties.
task to 'verdict.
escape With the
locked for individual honors with
98 x 100's. Earl Severns of Cecil Eglin Field opens a two.game FSU touched Eilertson for a
single tally in the first after the
series with the Fliers this after
and Bill Varner of Jax Navy both
at 1600 at Mason Field Fliers got one in the top half. Jax.
fired respectable 97 x 100s.Ready noon and
Snowed Thinclads Run Sunday Great Sduthern invadesthe Navy built a 2-1 advantage

local diamond for a City loop into the /sixth when Tom Neelywas
Two Mainside; tilt. Monday the Miami Marine hit by a pitched ball and "

Pools; ThreeOpen Only In State AAU Meet Corps Air Station is here for a moved around on Jim Coughlln's 1

Maintenance crews are still one-day meeting.A Infield out, a single by Luttrelland
Catcher Bob Home's loiter to
400-foot home Into leftfield .
run
working on the Waves Pool and Snowflakes like angel's, visit, few and far between in Luttrell left;
by Lucky with
a pair
the large pool behind Building sunny Florida, halted Jax: Navy's five man }procession to the Bearcats Surprise.
3, but three Mainside /swimming Kansas Relays at Lawrence Kan. in
St. Louis, :Mo, last Cincinnati
areas are in full operation week. City Nine Nips University surprised .

However, the local contingent ---- the locals here Friday, riding'to .

Pool /supervisor John Raiford entered in the Florida AAU track nifty 194' 9 7/8" to best the Ga Fliers 4-2 'I a 7.3 victory on the strength ot

Informed'' the Air News early meet at Gainesville found no tors' nationally recognized KenBusing Glen Sample's grand slam round

this week he anticipated an. such difficulties. Led by the by three feet It was nothing I tripper In the third. _

other two weeks of preparation strong arm of Marv Peterson, the new for the bull shouldered In Loop Fray Duane Sheets ((0-1)) was the

before the large pool behind Fliers finished third behind the Marine athlete to pitch over the Jax Navy officially opened its loser He went eight innings before .

Building 3 would be ready. University of Florida and Florida 190-foot mark. 1953 varsity softball campaign Eason was called to the scene,

In use now are the Officers' State University, respectively. hob Campbell and Jim I Monday night, but the results giving seven hits, two tree tickets

Club pool, Chiefs' pool and Saturday, Jax Navy will Keller picked up points for the rang a sorrowful note as the and striking out three .

small pool behind Building 3. match strides with Eglln AFB locals when they tied for thirdin Fliers dropped a 4-2 extra Inning "Rah Rah" Horne provided the

and Orlando AFB in a triangular the pole vault at 11'6". Earl decision to Caruso Electric in a spark for the locals three tallies .
meet at Pensacola. Assis Poucher of the University of Men's City League fray In the 1\Clh. Neely and Coughlln -

MAD Entry BowsIn tant coaches Tom Long and Joe Florida vaulted 13' 8" for top Caruso scored once in the firston backed Singles to open the Fliers' .

Hawkins indicated they'd carry honors. a free pass and two errors, but scoring frame before Home uncorked .

All Marine a 24 man squad for the 15-. Jax Navy's Bob Crautigam and j the Fliers went ahead in the fifth a triple to center field He

Ring TournamentCompeting event competition.Final Tom Stoup finished third and : with a pair of tallies The Elec- counted on a wild pitch by Paul

team standings ttt the fourth, respectively, In the shot tricians knotted the count In the Theisen.

against over 60 fighters AAU meet found the Gators far put, the former sending the 16 top of the seventh on a leadoff: Drib Warner Robins, 14-'

from 11 Marine bases through. out in front with 119 points.. FSU pound ball 44' 11 3/4". Winning round tripper by Third baseman Scoring in every canto but the

out the United States and Hawaii, garnered 26, Jax Navy 12, Pen heave was 46' 1'4" by Reid Sweat first'and' eighth, the Fliers wal-

NATTCenter'a five-man MAD sacola Marines 5 and unattached Quinn of the Gator squad. Doc Blsson repeated Sweat's loped three Warner Robins AFB r

team placed:two scrappers in the personnel 3.Peterson Brautigam added third place I performance to open the eighth hurlers for a 14-3: triumph Satur-

fitml-finals; and two in the quar heaved the javelin aPlJRTj points in the discus, tossing'137' for Caruso after'Jax Navy was day. A scheduled meeting Sunday

ter-finals of the all-Marine Boxing I 11V. Bob Morse of the Pensa- retired without damage. A single was cancelled because of rain

Tournament at Cherry Point, i ;; cola Marines heaved 145' IO'/4" and two infield boots netted the Druie Funk (2-1) went the distance

N, C., last week. 1 A for the individual victory. Electricians another tally and the for the win, epaclnr/ six:

Light welterweight Dave Sotelo, 0' Scheduled for events"at the final count was 42. singles between jive strike outs

a '52 Golden Gloves champ on the ] Kansas Relays were Ed Scott, Line score: and two walks The enemy scored -

Pacific Coast, was decisioned by Ken Stewart Caruso He ...... 100 000 12- 4 tt 9 single runs'' in the second, sixth
Larry White, Bill Jix Navy... .... MJO OJO: Off, 2 1 6
Francis Bond in the semies with UESTION Schroeder and Bob Ross. Vincent and Knnln. Dell, Quandt (8) and eighth.Line .
Bond going all the way the following 1. In which American League and fcterman. scores:

..... ._.._. ...
.n -". n Line
night. park were the most home runs hit :: ;, acore; .
Ju Navy ,. .... 100 010 000 9 17:
:
Manuel Oliverez, previous experience in 1952 5u. 1( 0 llO'.l 10x- 4 JO 4
limited to a few smokers 2. What college basketball play. ,.c0'I' Cuests JOlertoa"and Home; Sanders
and the recent Jacksonville Golden er set a new scoring record in ,
.,, t wllO) ) ,
00.1T
9
Cloves, bowed to Camp Pendle- the last three minutes of the 1952 F ... tsq 002 110.- 4 6 .1 0 _
l"
Kaaun.: Bennett ((6) llornej Lock. .,
ton's
lightweight sensation Jake season? land HlMenbottom r.d and CueU.Clnn .
Martinez in a semi-final melee. 3. What boxer's punch was
U. ,. 004 020 010-- 7 7 4
,Charlie Ogden and John Kearns timed at 135 mph? Jar Navy. 000 0.:*) .11103 8 4
reached the quarter finals in their 4. Who was the first war of a > Thelaen(9) and and Borne Hundemer; Sheets, :E.on ...-

respective weights, while Bernie national sport? Warner Rob. ...'. 010 001 010- :362 ,
Ti elder was drubbed in first night :5. Who holds the N.L. record Jax Navy OM J1Z 20X-I4 8 b
slam tourneau. Puliklc: <2), Smith (5)
for ?
grand homers
eliminations.HOT and Olson\ Brown ((5); Funk Mill!
ANSWERS W 6Mn borne,
J -
1. Detroit's Briggs r Stadium McDuff ...rJoTaoO( 010- 8 !0 4
AW Jar Navy ...... 140 Z.O! OOx- 987
((124))
Shuman Md 2. Clvde Lovellette, Kansas All- JacobM Bennett <4) and Horne
.
I American, who tallied his 1,888th k Steve Gromek
pitcher for the
ll
point to better the then existing Cleveland
Indians
,
4 recently purchased
three-jear mark of 1,886 points, {t.I an ll-lane bowling alley in
set by Dick Groat of Duke. ,, Detroit.

3. Jack Dempsey's punch was officially ?; *
}r n timed at 135
n mph, usinga The Athletics
are unchallenged -
short blow-9-to-10 inches. Joe for
one distinction: They're the
Louis registered, 127 mph. slowest team in the American
4. Judge Kenesaw Mountain League.
I
Landie, who was appointed base TALENT PERSONIFIED-Displaying the form which has already *f a a
ball's first commissioner in 1921, gained him recognition among the nation's leading ,Javelin Hal Newhouser
shortly after the Black Sox scandal throwers is Marv Peterson, NAT'J'Centu AO School student. won 151 gamer
of 1919. Peterson lopped Ken Busing, University of Florida javelin thamp, : for the Tigers in the seven play.-
"You were doing 10CO in a with a throw of H4! feet, 93, Inches last week la the Florida AAU ing season! between the years 1944
:5. Rogers Hornsby with 12. meet at Gainesville.
!
2,500 mph ione I and 1951. ,

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Pennsylvania Court Says fgle;

'Korea' Not A War > :>,.' ,1ZZ1
1 1u&tJf11M
The Korean fighting was declared -
(Items offering for sale ,articlesof
not a war within the r
property such as washing machines h
meaning of the U. S. Constitution '
automobiles, furniture, radios
and ruled that insurance t hlr :
clothing and the like are
companies must honor double F
prohibited by Defense Department
indemnity clauses in policies of
regulations This cblumn will,
servicemen by the Pennsylvania It you don't believe It's Spring,
however list such services as
available housing, rides wanted Supreme Court. l just watch your Jax Air News.

According to Chief i Justice _ :
_
Poet's Coiner
and lost and found articles or other Frpm the to the
Horace C. Stern, who wrote the
similar notices.) Sports section you'll be convinced.The .
majority opinion, only Congress
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Unfurl: 5)-t m. house, $65 mo., 54 g and Support Forces Southern_ NATTCenter. M. Patrick, MMl, Sub Works. ..

W. 24th, ph. 50169. Mrs. Knight, Europe have been announcedhere. Randolph N. Leaks, AN, OAR. Group One. Edward L. Hayes, DC1NATT-

Furn. 2rm. apt., 128 E. 6th, Mrs, Initially, the Striking and Sgt Johh W. Babb, NATTCen Center
1 Support Forces, of the U. S. '
Snow.
ter. Robert W. Kasper AD2, NATT-
FOR SALE Sixth Fleet wilt make up the ., 01' Rockin'Chair's Center

3-bdrm. house, kit. equip., $7,100, new forces. George A. Peek, AN, Fasron, 9. Royce G. Zimmerman, Jr., AA,

2427 Blanding Blvd., Mrs. Shoe, The new command, which Pfc. William F. McQuern, NAT Got NATTCenter.
will be subordinate to Adm.Carney's .,
Barth'alomew
maker. TCenter- M'Dowd, Jr., AA,

Will sell equity in 3-bdim. house Over all Southern Henry I. DeLoach, AD2 NAfcTU. Chief NATTCenter.
NATO Command ill be Kelly'
w
ill0 Lynwood, ph. 2-0259, Mrs William J. Zaycek, AA, NATT
headed by Vke'Adm. John,H.
Conner. Carlton G. Sutton, EMI! Sub Center.
After nearly two and one-half
Sixth Fleet
J-bdrm. house, 474(5( Cardinal, ph Cassidy der. Command Group Thre decades of service, Raymond G. Robert M. Worster, AEC, NATTCenter. .

2-0907 Chief Brooks. Philip K. Vander Vennen, "SA, .
AMC of VF-22 retired here
Kelly\ -
=-bdrm. house, ph. 112-8-3646. Dr *
.- last week with these words:_ "I
Mathews. .. ,w e just want to take it easy for Stunm G. Gylr, AEC; NATT
J-bdim.: house, 5350'Astral Ave., awhile." Center. .

I. .ph. ext. 203 or 764. Mr. Eefft. Pedro G. Flores, ABC, NATT-
Squadron shipmates presented
MISCELLANEOUS Center.
him with "an old rocking chair.",
Found: "Zippo" lighter" Yukon, Lavaun M. Eckels, AG2, Operations -
A letter, from all hands read in ... ..
name 'Bob Lear' engraved, for

information, ph. 8383, Eddie part: "For your faithful devotionas Junior C. Storm; AE1, NATT-
leading chief, velvet ton
Lund, Hangar 123. l your Center
ails, even temper? endless patienceand Everett Crews RM2 Cecil Field
Will babysit, 1775 Hamilton, ph. ,
"
i 8.4956, Mrs. Addie.Will rg4iIseILce "Give it an honest day men, Communications

we take pleasure In presenting you Junius 1. Simmons Jr. DKSN
baby sit, day or evening, ph ,
11 Ift this fine 22 calibre rifle."
'
Green Cove
7-4788 or 7.8223, Mrs Dodd. Springs.

Hide wanted from vicinity of Dell- __ 'cT A native of Flushing Long Donald E. Davisson, AE1, NAT.

wood Ave., 01.30 to 1600, ph. Island N. Y., Chief Kelly was TCenter.Jamil.

.ex.t. 8188 or 75201, Mrs. Vail commissioned a warrant officer F, Grawe, SN, Sub

Rider wanted, vicinity of San during WWII, reverting to chief Group Four. -

Marco and Phillips St., 0730 to shortly following the cessation of James E. fondly, AEC, NATT:

1600, ph. 67786. if.I hostilities. Center:

)Hiders) wanted, vicinity of 0th and Among the "01' timers" In the Reagin F, Parker, AE1, NAh

Main, 0730 to 1600, ph. 4-4744, r I Navy he served aboard the USS Center

.)[1'11. Drove Ranger with' VF-4;:now known as Curtis I. .{all, ADAN, Fasron

Driving to Aberdeen, South Dakota the fighting "Red Rippers" of VF- Nine.

May 2. Contact Larry _n.n 11 who recently returned from Carl E. McKee, J..El. NATT-

Rossow, Barracks. "L," ph. ext. VF-22 CHIEF RETIRES-Although a little early for hunting Korea Center. ?

.70 or 8284.. season, Raymond, G. Kelly AMC, of VF-22 (center) was well Prior to duty with' VF-22" he George W. Braceland, Jr., AEl,

Driving Washington, D. C. and prepared ash n he departed last week on r "Cavaliers" years. was attached to NAS Jax. He NATTCenter.
chief With
A rifle presented to the squadron
previously served aboard the carriers William K. McSwain AEAN
New York or about May 18,
on the Chief are Lcdr. Stan Montunnas, executive officer (teftjund
ph. 8-1585, Mrs. Nepveux. Lcdr. W. J. Woolen I squadron skipper (right). Tarawa and Wright F&jsron 9.



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