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 30, 1953
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Galaxy of Entertainers Put the Show on the Road'. With Bandwagon ,

"Let's put the show on 1,000-mile junket of Flori prise talent to be seen at aged into a program to be Park will follow at 2000.
the road" da's villages and hamlets. the Carnival including dancers staged from a specially During its tour, the .

That's an old carnival "The show goes on the of all ,kinds, singers, built stage, complete wth Bandwagon :will visit such
adage and it's being put to road" early Friday morning comedians, hillbilly bands, lighting and effects. The towns as St. Augustine,
the test for the first time playing some 25 townsin instrumental groups, bal- first performance will be Daytona Beach, Gainesville

with a touring caravan of the space of 14 days-a anceis, pantomimistS, 'everything given Friday afternoon at Lake City, and all
entertainers, c o m p rising i unique undertaking in Carnival in the way'of en 1700 in San Marco squarein points in between. All per-
the Carnival Bandwagon promotion. tertainment.The Jacksonville., An evening formances will'be absolutely
which} leaves Friday for a The Bandwagon will com show has been pack performance in Hemming free,

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Home of Commander Naval Air,Bases Sixth Naval District, Commander'Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet Air Wing: 11, Naval Air Technical Training Center.

Minnie Pearl, Art Mooney/ David Cobb Top List .
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4f 'LS J' .. I II I I I Noted Stars'Head

"I 1' Carnival Program

r I ;# .,:,, \ The biggest evening's entertainment ever arranged in
this is for those who attend the Carnival
I .. ,.... 'j I area in stoic Navy S'w
/ "
Itf wr .> for Charity on May '15 and 16. '
\ ; A galaxy of nationally known

... < radio( arid television artists will with her homey patter and'Bongt.. .;,.:,
present a star-studded revue from Announcer and "emcee' David
.. I
"W' "
< the stage of the ,famous "Eldorado Cobb, also from WSM and the
l <1' .1
< / :, Music Hall" both Friday and Grand Ole Opry, will be on handto
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.. .
><> "" _
.. -w.: ; ft. : Saturday. welcome Carnival goers During -

SILVER STAR FOR BRA. his 15 years of announcing,

Heroic Action VERY-The Silver Star, "for HEADING the list of "J3lg: Cobb has seton the careers of many
conspicuous gallantry and In. Name" great folks star being and develop
talent/ homespun corn-
trepidity action, Is pinned on
Minnie Peul.'ho will arrive Among the artists.he ha*
the blouse of Pfc. Charlie Davis edlenne
Nets Marine by !.t. Col. Paul Treitel at NAS Jacksonville direct alied for their first Opry appearances -

commanding officer of the Marine from the Grand Ole Opry at WSM, are Roy Acuff, Eddy Ar-
Silver StarMarine Barracks. Davis received Nashville, where every' Saturday nold and Ernest Tubb !I
the award for heroic action In
.* '
Korea. night she brings down the house ; .
Pvt. First Class CharlieJ. FOR THOSE who love
I' good music ..._..... .. .
Davis, was awarded the Silver sweet or swing, Art Mooneyand n .
Industrial Relations Team his orchestra will*play four- MINNIE PEARL Grand
Star third highest medal the 01' Opry star coming to the
hour stands, both Friday and Saf-
Navy bestows, for gallantry in action Charit'Carnlval.Beneficial'ldeas.
urday< nights, also from the 'El w
While serving with a Marine
dorado" stage. Mooney will feature .
Ends ConferenceA
infantry company in Korea. Two-Day lovely Cathy
Davis was presented the medal owt rM.M.
and '
In ceremony last Friday by Lt. field advisory team from the Office of Industrial Re- Alan 1 Ryan Foster, Bring $690 To I k ,

Col. Paul Treitel, Commanding lations, Navy Department, Washington, D. C, departed the YS romantic v o-
Officer of the Marine Barracks. Naval Air Station :Monday noon after a two-day conference calists,. and the 0 & R Employees '
with: officials.heie. comedy capers

ON JANUARY 14, with the\ The team's tour winds up the of KerwinS Beneficial r i I suggestions,
. ,First Marine Division, Davis was I second round of yearly visits paidto pal'tment, heads of 'the Naval Air o m m erville which will save the Navy

serving as point for a combat patrol all Naval Districts for the/purpose Station: Conferences were also The showmanship about $11,103 the first year f
far forward of the main line of stud}'Ing Industrial Relations held with commanding officers of -- and pro- they are in use, ]have earned i
of resistance, When the unit had problems at the field level, other Naval activities In this area Art Mooney duction of the award checks for 19 Overhaul
advanced to within 10 yards of a 'and to establish better contact between and with top civilian personnelhere. Mooney aggregation makes it a11d Repair department em-

strongly defended enemy position department in Washington one of the most versatile and ployees.) ,
his patrol leader was more and the field organizations.INt ,Before departing Monday for entertaining bands in the country : Capt. Leonidas D. Coates,

tally wounded.. ) With OffUiaU" similar conferences at the Marine Overhaul 'and Repair officer, presented .

., Friday the team, headed by Corps Air Station, Miami, and the ,. t the checks, amounting to

ALTHOUGH painfully y wounded Comdr. O. E.. Loeser, assistant Naval Base, Key Went, the team ALSO EXPECTED to arrive'for $690.00, during recent ceremonies.

himself, Davis crawled forward chief of Indu trial Relations, met met. with the Station Industrial the Carnival are several other .

in the face,of intense enemy with Capt.. ,Burnham C. McCaf- Relations start/ and Industrial Re- .professional radio and TV enter- The highest award, $250.00,

fire in an attempt to recover his free, comanding officer, and de. (Please Turn to Pare 8, Col. 4) (Please Turn to )Page S, Col 3) was awarded for a suggestion
fallen leader. He set up effective eliminating the confusion result

covering fire for the withdrawalof ing from some'planes requiring
other ,wounded Marines, and I cradles when using 20MM 'T-31

still exposed to' devastating en- ,a. Vas guns. J. C. Knowlton, Louie Royal
,emy fire, he remained in his open and J. N. Trlpp suggested that
position until his 'weapon was the gun cradle be considered and
blown from his hands by an en- listed in the Aviation Ordnance

emy grenade. w 1 1b Stock List as-an accessory to the ''

Despite this secopd wound, he gun, and not as part of the basic
refused evacuation until he hadsslted.in gun i
removing his wounded Y p >y Their suggestion was dessemf. ,
comrades:to safety. Only when a Av :Y, Ai 'noted to other activities and ,
corpsman arrived did he reluctantly 4 ,4 yA adopted t. It is estimated that its

leave the sector and walkto use will result, in $9,000 yearlysavings .
t -
the .main line of resistance. ., :
4 4 A $100.00'award'check went to

SUMMER UNIFORM Thomas, E.. Wlnn- for his suggestion :
COMPULSORY NOW Ms of a method to remove failed
c unterba.l.ancer) and bearings
Stow the blue, men .as of __ fi that frozen shaft
..l" """" ;" <, iI. are to which
Friday, May 1, summer un- STUDY IRD FIELD PROBLEMS-A field ad Vtsory team from the Of flee of Industrial Relations, eliminated ,the use of a cutting
form will be the official uniform Navy Department conferred this week with local officials. Team members include, seated (left to torch and reduced the spoilage of
right), John Burton local Area, Wage and Classification Chief; Ledr. Charles Garrettson, NAS Industrial expensive usable parts.
of the day. Since the first Relations officer who met with the group; Comdr. O. E. Loesser, assistant chief of OIR and Three employees received ..
.f April, summer or winter John Godbold deputy regional director, Fifth Civil Service Region. Standing, Harris Herlot, District
Personnel Director; Barney Gelvln, and Robert Stockment, OIR, and Harry McClain, special representative $50.00 checks. They were M. N.
wear has been optional. Wage and Classification Chief. (Please Tura t. Page S, Col. S). ,



a 30 I It
Page Two JAX AIR NEWS April 1953

t Report From Washington/ --

High Court Ruling

Jfl.nJM4iui3 Favors local ServicemanIn Tax Case I Preferential Treatment For

; f'UbIl5hf'd every Thursday tor Nary acUvlllei! at Naval Air Station, Jack Servicemen and women are
sonville. Ha. exempt from local taxes on personal Released Marine POWs
NAS, "Itk..me
Cart. Burnham C. McCaffret . . . .. .. ... .. Commanding Officer property other than In
Comdr. James H. Aimttrong . . . . .....1.| . Executive Ofllccr their home states, the United
Fleet Air JIk.UI.
near A lm. Oiborne B. HardUon/ .. .. .. ... . .II... ... .. .. .Commander- States Supreme Court ruled April (ly Arm4 forest frM S.r.lu! )
Capt Howard V. llopklni .. ............Chief of Staff Jr. Armed Forces with 266 physu"
Fleet Air Wing Eieeea 6. Gen. Lemuel C. Shepherd, ,
Arthur S. Born . .. ... ..........CommanderComdr. .Marine clans and 145 dentists during
Capt. ' The decision reversed a of the Corps,
Joseph T. Thointon; :::::. :. :. :. ::. ::. :. .:. :...t..Chief SUM Officer pre Commandant the month of June. All of
>aJa' Air TrHialfkl/ Trailing/ / Center vious ruling by the Colorado has authorized any marine prisoners the
Capt. Edwin R. Perk . .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. Commanding Officer physicians will go to the Army,
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart. .. .. ''' II. ? .Executive Officer Supreme Court against an Air of war repatriated by the while 100 dentists
I.seat' lie.pital. are to be
Capt. Dulgnt \.harlon.. .. ... . ... .. .. .. .. .... .. ... Commanding/ Officer Force officer Claiborne Dani- Chinese Reds to receive preferential signed to Army as-
Capt. L. A. Newton .."...................... .. ............. ...........................................Executive Officer eron, Denver Colo. City and treatment in processing ,of I and 45 to the
hAIRTU N r Force. .
Capt. Ennton 6. Noble ....... ... .. .. .......\.. .. .:. .. Commandlnjt Officer county officials attempted to records, leave, pay and promo-
Comdr. Anthony Trutso ......". .. ... .....,.... .... .. .. *. .Executive Officer collect personal property tax tions. I The ,Defense Department also

The JAX AIR NEWS i fa published weekly l at the U. S. Naval AJrStation.Jacksonville on household goods belongingto Marines who require no hospit- asked Selective Service to cut
,. ) Ida, and printed non-appropriated Fonda down the number
at no ex pease igl the government and r.m: llllnc'I NAVEXOS P.35. Rev, Dameron, a native of Port alization will be allowed to choose of physicians
NovAir 7945. Copies distributed free of charge at the Naval Air St.lIon. the Allen La., who was assignedto station and called for in May because of an
Naval Air Technical Training CtnterJ.Na'al Air/ Reserve Training Unit, Natal their own next duty
station Cecil Field, and the \I. 0). Naval Jloapltal. Lowry AFB Denver, will be given whatever: promotions unanticipated hike in the numberof "
Editor-Andrew )!. p'laney doctors on active
Dameron appealed tot h e duty that
have missed while being
John Chaivat. AN Staff they may
Assistant Edllor- Harper have extended their
Itf'porh'ra-EI Hendrnon, PNSN; Mildred Mueller. SA; Ckcul' Uon.Dlatl'lbu. higher court after the Colorado held prisoner. However officers service
tlon-Marge Kusco, JO3: Vlvan| Knox, SA. Supreme Court held that local *
The JAX AIR NEWS :s a member ot the Armed Forces Press Service. will have to pass a physical examination
AFPS material appearing In this\ publication may not be reprinted withoutthe tax exemption specified in the before promotion couldbe The Navy has named 1,800 successful
written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication of other
1940 Soldiers and Sailors Relief candidates to start
without of their
matter except by n'.vlce publications, I. prohibited permission effected.
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS.Editorial Act was contingent on proof college education with the Naval i
offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184
and :216.I that the personal property had The infective Service System Reserve Officers Training Corps
already been taxed in the serve program. The group was selected
the Defense
has been requested by
iceman's home state. (AFPS). from 30,000 high school seniors
Department to provide theY
and graduates. They will be distributed -

._ __.v_ V_c......, _._ .._M to 52 leading colleges and

universities around the nation

MAINSIDBJliuni. Six hundred alternates were also .

., April 30 named. The successful candidates -

The Big Frame, Mark Stevens applied for the NROTC program .
last fall and took
the Naval
Fri., May 1

Split Second ..._. Stephen McNally t h 'College Aptitude Tests last De
s sx cember.
Sat., May 2
(This Is ttte 14th In a series of 1 .
Never Let Me Go ......Clark Gable.
article dealing with new Government NATTCENTKR The .Army's TransportationSchool

official) at Ft. Eustis, Va., has
Thurs, April 30
received a letter of commenda.
ROBERT BCRNERD ANDERSON Take Me To Town.._Ann Sheridan
lion "from President. Syngman
Fri., May 1
Secretary of the Navy Rhee of South Korea for
The-Big) Frame .... Mark Stevens
outstanding services In
Secretary of the Navy Robert Sat., May Z training

Bernerd Anderson was born in Split Second .... Stephen McNally ROK officers.* *

Burleaon, Tex., 43 years ago. He NAVAL HOSPITAL = ; A Warrant Officer selection
Tluirm., April SO :; t
was graduated from. Weatherford The Desert Rats .... James Ma on ,board will meet early In May the

College in Texaa in 1927, and i re- Fri., May 1 I 5 Navy hM announced. Consideredfor : ; !

('elnd. the degree of Doctor of Take Me To Town ....Ann Sheridan K 1. itbs 3 '' cek .< promotion will be those eligi
w +
ble for W-2, W-3 and W-4
Laws from the University of Texas Sat., May 2 ARTISTS AT WORK-Personnel of the Art Shop at NATT- pay
in 1932. The Big Frame .... Mark Stevens I Center complete final work on one set of posters. This shop completes grades.-
j I nearly 2.000 pieces of work a month, including posters, *
training aids and all types of art work. Left to right are: Fernando Ma). Gen. Bkkford E. Sawyer -
The ..e>w Navy secretary was I Patxot, Phenis Lawrence, Edith Johnson and Joe Sinko, PMSN. Army's Chief of Finance.

elected to the Texas State Legislature has been elected president ot
2,000 Pieces Per Month ,
in 1932 and was named the National Council of the Society

Assistant Attorney General of df Military Accountants'

:- TrainingCenterArtShopprovesThatOne The society )is composed of commissioned
Texas that same year. ? NOTESThe I and warrant officers
'" -
In 1936 he was made chairmanand ( -- -- Picture Worth A Thousand Words of the Armed Forces who ale

executive director of the following officials were members of the accounting and

State Unemployment Commission.Since elected at the General Assembly The expression "One pictureis statistical professions.
held 27. signs posters, and other jobs. .
1941 -he has been general meeting on April worth a thousand words" is

manager for the W. T. Waggoner Vice President, M. J, Harrison, no better exemplified anywherethan Such processes as silk screen, ,Approximately 2,700 Navy Pins!

Estate; since 1943 vice president AEC; Board Members, J. P. Tur- it Is at the Art Shop at the ozalid' and free hand art are are slated for promotion to att-

of the Associate Refineries, Inc, vey AMC, ComFalrJax; V. Adams Naval Air Technical. Training ug /d. ing CPQ next month. The 2 TOO

ADC Fleet Air Wing Eleven; J. Center. were selected from 23,000 E-61

F Arellano, ALC NATTC; }{.Sgt. J. In existence for Of the t let N' compiistng( the who took the sen'ice-wide exams,
two years now,
And now he hold the following Creek, Marine Air Detachment and the Art staff, five are civilian employeesand Feb. 3.

offices: president, Mld-Cvfft- ,W. Adair HMC, member-at-large. Shop averages 2.000 six are Naval personnel: All
pieces of work
a month. This
tinent Oil and Gas Association; Another dinner-dance party Is employees have,college degrees,
includes all
training for
director American Petroleum contemplated in the near future. the while the enlisted men are all BLOOD BANK
chairman many schools of the Center, plus
Institute; deputy Watch this column and the club draftsmen.

board of directors, Federal Reserve bulletin for details. If present ed that many things are neededto Major task of the shop is BOX SCORE

Bank of Texas; president, plans for the pool patio developsas make this patio materialize such preparing training aids for the I
"- Vernon Industrial Institute and schools. NV Quota Prr-
expected, work on this projectwill as contributions and labor. Cooperation Subjects ranging from
director, Vernon Transit Co. the Boyles Law to Archimedes S<-h. Met w' it
commencen near future. all members will Principle

Secretary Anderson is directorof Club members are again remind- I be greatly appreciated. I are drawn and illustratedin Medical ___..____ 5 3 150.0

Texas Wesleyan College president such a manner that studentscan NATTCenter ..190 269 136 (

of Vernon Board of Education :"' '.<,-...: ...f'" I RED CROSS DONA. understand and- remember Marine Bar.. .... 3 4 133 .*

and a director of the Vernon( t.=:: :':::: '};<-::' :, TION Elliott-(Chaplain center), campaign Robert them well. Res. Fleet ........ 75 77 102.6

Times Publishing Co. (AFPS). chairman for the Red Fla.. Mil. Dist.... 5 :5) 100.0

7"'" Cross drive at the Naval It one of the instructors needs Commun. ........ 3 :3 1000

: ::: Air Technical Training a chart, an art shop staff member Sup. and Fls.... 26 21 80 "

({DIVNEl ly Center as ,'Capt.smiles approving Edwin R. and the instructor work together Security......... 5 4 80.0

} ; Peck NATTCenter commanding until the proper illustra- Spec. Serv. 4 3 75.0
officer presentsa tion is devised.J. Gr. Cove Spr..... 30 21 700
( )' l,
SERVICES! f\: check; for $%,116.81 to E. Gregory, Jr., supervisorof Operations ......14 10 71.4

Cross Frank Littlebury Red the shop, declares that "with Administration 5 :3 600

Protestant 4 the Center.representative at such ideal working conditions, Public Wo>:.s .25 14 56 0

0830-All Saints Chapel. ,, 'J personnel here in the shop NARTU _....... 1 3 428
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. <, duce .work equal to or better ComFairJax ,_.128 44 34 T

0930Sunday School. than commercial art used In the Cecil Field _... 15 5 33,3

1045-A11 Saints Chapel outside advertising field, FAW-11 _._... 43 12 279

Catholic O *Jt R .......__. 90 14 155
0800- oo.1000 Mass, St Ed.- + The wealthy husband attracted Naval Hosp. .... 16 2 12 -s
ward's Chapel. by a crowd at the beach runs over AIM ..........._._ 5 0 0.0
0645-Mass at Hospital Chapel. to discover that his wife is being Engineers _._ 14 0 00

Mormon revived. She had been caught in IRD ............._._ 1 0 00
1830 -Tuesday- NATTC vJhap. an undertow. Dental .__.__... 1 0 0.0

Iain's office.Christian I& St. "What are ;you doing to her?"

Science.3900TuesdayNATTC. : asks the husband. squad.

: Chap "We're giving her the
artificial res "Artificial heck. Give her
lain's office. 2 ..,. 9 piration" replies "
first-aid; real thing. 1 can afford it.



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30 April 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

tte( i iI r rr \\I Mate, That's Water, HotSkywriting You_See Three Miles Up In The Blue )6

Confusing to the unitiated Is curate description of the resultof tal will form. Moisture may be combustion, can cause con {

the unpatlerned "sky writing"that high altitude maneuvers. driven up to, and exist in, this trails.
has appeared over Jacksonville Ca. non-condensed state at any Contrails can be forecast by

lately.To These Induced, cloud or "va height between 15,000 and 50- the weather man. Knowing of

correct an erroneous jm- por" formations occur when an 000 feet.These moist layers are the existance of layers of (

whet presion, the white streaks appearing aircraft passes through a layerof the potential "contrails" areas. moist air at high altitudes, the
'Luck is happens when in this is a weather man can forecast
& area aren't let. atmosphere that at, or ,
opportunity meets preparation"With ters at all but ,condensation very close to, its saturation When aircraft passes through whether: this air shall move '

all the new. "How to" books, trails or "contrails" from high point. The air may :even be ina these layers it produces contrails into an area 'of interest. From

there's no excuse for being unprepared flying aircraft, Weather state of supersaturation, by any or all of the following certain pressure distribution \

and,with the new "How To Squadron Two's aerologists which means it contains more three mechanisms: Its patterns he can predict the development

Attract Good Luck and Make the point out. vapor that it can hold under engines discharge condensation of these conditions" ,"

Most of it In Yotu- Daily Life," In the past the "tracks" left normal circumstances. -These nuclei in the form of exhaust Accurate forecasting of these

we" should be able to tell whether by planes high up were called conditions do not exist in the gases which contain smoke condensation trail areas will \

it's the wolf or opportunity knockIng vapor ,trails. The proper def- lower atmosphere (under 15- particles, carbon dioxide, and be of great importance to military

at the door! inition of vapor: a gas form- 000, feet) because of the numerQua water .absorbing chemicals; if aircraft operating at high
Safety First:,"How To Drive ing from a substance that is particles of I dust' salt a layer is saturated just the altitude because contrails

and Stay Alive" covers not only usually a liquid or a :solid clay, soot, and gaseous impure passage of the aircraft throughthe cause an otherwise invisible

driving techniques but also cut Visible ,water 'vapor is not ities that are present. These air is sufficient to set off target to be visible at great

ting costs, buying cars, first aid'to gas but a liquid or a solid (ice Impurities serve as condensation the condensation and the addi- distances. With proper flight ,

the, car and passengers, etc. In crystals). Consequently, condensation nuclei around which a tion of water vapor, which is planning these layers of moist
the .same vein in "How To Drive I trails are a more ac- visible'vapor drop or ice crys- one 6t the products of fuel air can be avoided.
Better and Avoid Accidents.. Both

recommended! -- -
highly -
Flshin' and Such:"Boatbuild -! : I

ing in Your Own Dacky rd" shouldbe r

a good start When you have g": HosI-TAL-
the boat, "Let's Fish," is a guideto I

fresh and salt water fishing. HEADLINESPatients

For" making your own nets, etc., rAw1
"Fisherman's. Knots and Nets" :

should put you In the. professional

class The list of books Is long- VIsit I the USO Servicemen'sClub 1 : at the Naval Hospital

you'd better go to the Library to above the Beaches and Air enjoyed the monthly dance Tues

make your own selection Base Bus Station '0 pen from day night Music provided by the

Knowledge! Is Preparation: 0930 to 2330 daily. I fIXq dance combo of the NAS band was

'Petty Officers' Guide." Certainlywe Friday: May 1, 180,0-Caberette *:: just right and the hostesses from

don't- need to point out the Sweet music t and good food; the Eccelectric Club were as

value of this one! "Introduction to 1930 Folk Dance Instruction; charming partners as ever

Electrical Engineering: and the 2000-Cootie party Tonight April :30 there will bean

new "Principles of TelevisionServicing" Saturday, May 2, 1400-Mary evening of music in the recre- '"
are titles which reflect Smith's Singing Spree; 2000- ation haUl The Galloway family
top interests in this area. "A via-
May Day Frolic, Dancing Cake from radio station WOBS and the
tion Album Popular Mechanics' Walk, 'entertainment. Gospel Stars from radio station
contribution to the golden anniversary .' 4 WRIIC will feature the
Sunday, May 3, 1000DunkingRound
of the Wright Brothers, .
is full of Illustrations from which Table; 1030 Off to REAL SERVICE-Mary Silcox, AA alU\ounces the arrival ofa
absorb much information. Church; 1400-Mary Stnith'i Sing MATS plane at Fleet, Logistic Air Wing Terminal, while William Thursday, May 7 at 1930, hostesses
you can ing1 Spree; 1600-Bridge Instruction Wadsworth, ADC, chlef-in-charge" of the office reviews Incoming from the USO will be aboard
Communism:-Oh, sure, every The Terminal handled ,over 203,-
1630-Vesper Service, Lila. and outgoing dispatches. for the Spring Frolic !In the recreation
body talks about U but how much ; 000 pounds of cargo ItoOOOpounds of mail, plus many passengers hall.
Davis Pianist 1730 Refreshments
do they know? We believe Mares ; last month, '
,, Game ,Feet, Checkers There have been rumors of an
will new do book a lot"Know to clarify Your fancies Enemy into, Chess, Cards, Cribbage, Kalah, Local F. L. A, W. Is No'Flaw' unusual entertainment at the Hospital

Puzzles and pleasant fellowship In the form of a puppet show
facts. "Asia Aflame
whUe concentrating A portable stage will be set up ona
on Asiatic conditions, Fleet Logistic Air Wing Transports
presents in very readable form, It Takes All Kinds ward to enable bed patients to

'the background, of communismand enjoy the fun and that they may t
thestrategy and tactics pur- Somewhere !. Korea (An.S-) Cargo, Personnel .All Over The WorldFar be allowed* to try their skill at operating

sued on a global scale by the Marine Corps training 'makes from being a "flaw" in the operating needs of the Navy, Is"F.L.A.W' the puppets Watch .th. .
fighting men out of clerks, cow- bulletin boards for announcement ,
communists directed from the better known as Fleet' Logistic Air Wing.
boys or candy makers. Take for of this and other ward parties and
Kremlin. example the group of Marines Located in the Operationstower continental limits of the United, entertainment.
The Carnival:-Of course, you'llbe
is Fleet
( ) building the Log-
who joined the First Division in Stales S
there! For those working withit .Istic Air. Wing Terminal aboard .
Korea recently: A lemon picker .
Mr. and Mrs. William V Cu!
and in it, we offer first aid in this station. Manned by a total .
salesmanship with "Open the Mind from California; a hat blocker of three WITH FOURTEEN scheduled tins, Sr., of Waverly, Fla., on April .
twenty-five personnel,
from Chicago, a stamper from a 22 visited their son, WilliamV.
Jacksonville week
and Close' the Sale. You might Chiefs, three Waves, and 19, white flights from a 1'
Massachusetts' shoe' factory an Collins, Jr., a patient on Ward
In Poker 203,000 pounds of cargo andover
Ute "Strategy Business hats, much is done to further the over
and War" Everyone will have awning mechanic from Louisiana, operating procedures and moral 40,000 pound of mail, exclu- A8.
chances on something and for the a "roughneck" from the Texas of the men of the Navy sive of passengers; and baggagewere M/Sgt, and Mr. J, C. Harris
mathematically minded 'The oil fields, a candy catcher from a Assigned primarily to transport handled last month alone. returned to San Diego after visiting .

Science of Chance" is worth reviewing. Chicago confection factory and a cargo' and transfer of personnelon The R D', used at the present their son Merrill James Har
winder boy from a Maryland Unoleum

Nobody expects to have priority to different commands time by F.L.A.W. can carry a ris'who Is hospitalized on Ward

money left but, If on your next factory stationed all over the world, F.L.- I. maximum of 45 passengers plus B-5. '

"pay day you have too much, rush Stocks," "A Guide To Successful A.W, also transports mail, to .and ,crew, which is equal to 540 passengers .
in for a copy of "!low To Buy Investing" from Naval stations outside the I a week, or 2,160 passengersper VA Offers SuggestionsTo

month which can be handledat

I I Four Training Schools Reveal Honor Man WinnersTwo I this station.* S Washington K-Vets On(AIi'PS-The Education) Vet-' 1

MOSTLY carrying a "priority" erans Administration has offered
white hats and two Marines
Calif. He goes from here to Point load, F.L.A.W. aircraft also some timesaving suggestions to +
," walked off with scholastic 'honors Tor o ,. ''Calif., other passengers 01a "..pacevaJlable" veterans wishing to attend school
at graduating classes at four Mugu, Calif., for duty.
basis. Besides l the under the provisions of the K-Vet
Training Center schools last ri after finishingwith
week. Besting a class of 162. other. "transfer via government air" orders Bill. i

Herbert W. Hitchings, AN, Navy and Marine Corps person an 89.90 personnel may apply l for The VA advises that before applying
space available on standard transfer for training these two steps
garnered honor man honors at nel, Pfc. Aitken posted a 90.18 in the
orders (not subject to travel should be taken: i )
Aviation Storekeeper School PhilIp 1.1 '
mark at ANP) School. 14 week AO reimbursement) and also on leave 1-Get a photostat or certified
D. Wyler, AN, was high mart'at
Electricians papers or a designated Out-of- copy of both aides of your discharge
Aviation School; A graduateof (A) course. Bounds, pass. Those on emergency or separation i
Pfc Richard L. Aitken led Airman papers
e East High\ x- --," as'TO leave are given a 3.E priority (DOD form 215)) to attach to your
Prep School students, while Pfc. A native of
Bourassa Standard leave, and out-of- application.
George Bourassa was top studentat School in WichIta

Aviation Ordnance School. Kans, Ait- Pittsburgh, N. H., he entered the bound passes are assigned 4 Priority 2-If you are sure what you
Wyler completed 19 weeks at Priority runs from 1, 2, 3-E, want to train for, find out Whether
a. ken enlisted in service last July 3 and 4, with 1 being the highest.For the school or training establishment

AE School witha the Marines in Hitchings',compiled an 87.78 average the benefit of all personnel will accept you under the
stationed in Jacksonville there is "
902 1 K-Vet Bill. ,
average. October 'n 2.Aitken for hU 12-weets course.He ,
a weekly I list of all scheduled

Prior to enter- He leaves here entered the Navy in August flighU. As a further convenience, passengers are assigned by a priority

ing the Navy, 1952 and after recruit trainingwas a system has been set up ao that or first com first served
for Aviation Structural Mechanic all transit aircraft visiting the basis
he WM a studenl sent to Norman, Okla.;, for
School at Memphis station having paaaenger space This, list Is maintained from
at SanB Airman (P) School. Before entering available check through Uu F,1..- 0700 until 2200 dally with a neW'U.t

rnardino Pfc. Bourassa is now awaiting the Navy he attended St. A.W. office, and going by A master starting' at 0700 every day '
-- Wyler Htgfc i School, transfer to Air FMF Pac, El] I Louis University passenger sheet kept on hand, Phone number U extension 442.

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Crew 'Zero' At-

t., Fasron Six VF-J3, VP-5 VC-62, VA-J75, VF-174, V/-2. VF-J73 Report

i! I Scouting Jacksonville Areo Squadrons Spirit VP-5 Lauded Efficiency For

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FHKron executive officer, started thingsoff 1Jp Moat Navy airplane crews art
Fasron Six votes Mis Alpha B. with a bang when he Invitedall given extra pay for flying, but
Jensen, wife of Richard A Jensen I 1 1t Five
squadron pilots to a gala house- P a t r 0 : ) has on"crew"
AK3, to represent the Squadron that receives
no flight
I warming at his Cassat AVe. ,home\ pay
)in the ComFaii'Jax Carnival Queen
last week. even though the mert put in eight
, .. Contest being staged this week, *: > I hours ,of'"flight,: time"! daily
I Representing Supply, Mrs. Jensen Zero
V l)-5 :Crew is composed of squad.
edged Administration's choice last Sixteen days of surprisingly ron office personnel; banded together
week for the Squadron honors.. to show their
enjoj'able' temporary additional. ,shipmates
: Total amount collected from all duty; have ,been completed by Lt. that they can have group spirit

divisions was $320.39 for an average Gail II: Gilliam, Lt.jg( ) John E. too. Their flight time 'consists of

of 97 cents per man. Strand, Lt(jg) Denis J. Jailer, } a tun- daY'a'indispt'n able paperwork

Summer bowling in the Veter Wilson M. Alexander, ALC;, Rob In the .squadron office Although .

an's League commenced last week ert M. Clement, ADC; Samuel J. 'It all started as a jest,

us Fasion's champions downed Lloyd, AD3, and John T. Lucas, t their "plane commander", Lt Ed-
Cohen Bros' 884-708, 737.716, and I AT3. l4/ + round.J.: .MurzJc, states that a new

810760. Recently assigned to ferry a feeling of group pride and added

Cariol J, ,Spurgeon, AD3, gave I P2V-5 Neptune to England, 'they zest in their work has resulted.
up his bachelor lights recently to managed to see ,some of the English .r"t\ \ a k ,Other crews, in recognition of

''J become the husband of Miss Scottish, and Irish sights before this unorthodox group's achievements

In ceremonies returning to tell, among other! 1 : recently presented Crew
Bertha Fugate April .. .'__ ..... ,
"" N ; Zero with series of
: 6 at, Springfield] Ohio. things, of the air'' of anticipationand hours of daily "night a mock awards
'ZERO'-Lonlnr eight
HAIL, Offered as notable were such exploits
Melvin P. Burt, AK3, and wife, excitement generated by the time," VP-5's Crew Zero performs the squadron's 'Indispensable lees
as using typewriter
coming coronation of Queen Elizabeth Lt. Edmund ( ribbon
are the proud patents of Gary paper work, under "plane commanBer"
\ Lester who was born April 20 at foreground). Desk cadets at work are (left to right), Louis Un- than any other crew; never
Comdr. James C. Houghtoh, derhaul, SN; John Tatem, YN1; Lt. Robert Crosnoe; Franklin missing a single day off; settinga
the Naval Hospital Gary weighed AD3 Andrew Mussels TESN; Thomas Hawkins, YNSN;
skipper of VP-5/ and his wife, Merson, ; perfect safety record no accidents -
S Ibs, 10 ozs. Lt. Claude C. Gantt and Lt, Murelc. in their swivel ,
Alice, were guests at a party chairs
Cecil L. Coon, AMC, checked in
\ I Taking i first place however,
officers last
given by squadron
for after
duty Monday completing
? fired Academy Class Of among their numerous awards, U
25 months with VF172. week. Comdr. Houghton is due to straight bulls-eyes were
I leave the squadron shortly by Lt. Robert A. Fitch and Lt. '44 Plans ReunionThe the comment made by Comdr.

I. \'y.U' Lt.(Jg) Thomas B. Ray is nowa (jg) Edward F, Christiansen during U. S. Naval Academy'' Classof James Houghton, commanding officer

i The final night landing of Lt. Patrol Plane Commander, while recent rocket. hops.A 1844 is planning to hold its j who said, "Crew Zero's effort .
In. maintaining t a high state
William R Hamaker aboard the Lt Francis L. Keith and Lt. MyrulD. short time later, two-time tenth reunion at Annapolis, Md., :
of efficiency and productivity
( USS Franklin Roosevelt (CVA- Howard have designations as dive bombing "E" winner and, Oct. 2-4.
greatly contributed to. the squadron -
i 42)) recently, proved to hold an First Pilots. Pacific Fleet dive bombing champion All interested parties should
winning the coveted Battle
i extra significance for him and for Ten men are new members of of 1949 Lt.jg) Christiansen forward' their name ahd addressto Efficiency "E" for 1951-1952"

the, ship VP5. Two of them, Thomas P. added a fine score ,on a glide U. S. Naval Academy Alumni

,I It was the MOOOtJ1landing made McPhillips, AM3: and Charles M, bombing flight to his bulls.ejes. :. Association, Annapolis, Md. graduates of the PR (A) schoolat

aboard the big earlier Becauseof Baugh, AM3, come from the Aviation Lt. Fitch won an "E" for rocket Lakehurst, N. J.

his departure from the ship on Test Station at Chincoteague, firing In 1951. Philip A. Gray,. SA, has reported Robert 'L. Miller, PRAN,

the following day the celebrationhas Va. Harold D. Slife, Jr., ATS, '* aboard VF-174 from Great Lakes; brought three classmates, RobertE.

been postponed until VF.13' and Robert Carmack: ATS, report. ?,VF-174 Geo. L. Shaw, AM2, from NAT. Babls Robert E. Stephenson,

returns aboard for another cruise ed aboard from NAS Key West. Lcdr. John larroblno, skipper TC, Norman, Okla.; Ronald P. and Ralph E. French, all PR AN'n

Timothy J. Harrington YN2, David C. Martin, Jr., ATAN; John of VF-174,. who witnessed the latent 1 Stevens. SA, and Jack B. :Martin, with him when he returned to the

Jut original member of the squad-I G Somer, ATAN; Donald R. Hall, atomic ,detonation near Las DAN, from Norfolk, and JohnD. squadron from Lakehurst

ion, has been released to civilian I ATAN, James D.: Manning, ATAN, Vegas-Ney>:. ha;'lelurned, to, the Vaughn, AFA, from NATTU, In addition, VJ-2 added two
life, and plans to return to schoolat Allen
and Clarence T. ATAN, squadron. Pensacola.. more Hurricane Hunters when

the University of San Francisco came to. VP-5 from NATTC, He was taking part in the Des Arthur Gray, Jr, YNSN, came Walter S. Cagle, ADI, and Ban y
Hariington joined VF-13
Memphis. ert Ruck Observet's Orientation from ComCarDiv 18, Norfolk; W. Werb, ADEC, reported aboaid.
vhen it was first commisisoned in '
Leaving on TAD orders to Program .while.: there Coleman II. Atkins, AD3, 'from One member of the squadron-
Aug. {8. Also returning to civilian
status; were Donald C. Potvin, NATTC Jacksonville's AO 'B' Capt, William J. McElroy, US. Patuxent River, Md., and Malcom Donald A. "Sandy" Graves, AT2,
AM2 and school recentlyV... James R. AF, a veteran of 100 Korean com E Spindel, ADC, was an instructor ]left the unit to acept his discharge
Harvey II Stags, A02.
A welcome-aboard has been extended Jones, A02. bat missions F-51's and F-80's, in ANP) School here before being Hurricane flags will be hoistedat

to Ensign John T. Roger- / heads the list of men reporting assigned to the ,squadron."If the squadron all-hands dame

son, ,VF-13s new air Intelligence VC62Al aboard Fighter Squadron 174 for you stay in one place too scheduled for' May 8 which is to

t officer. He reported aboard from Dullard, with some strong duty. long, they're bound to get you," mark the opening of the 1953 hurricane
help afield and at_bat, turned back Hubert Graham, SD1, explainedwhen
J the' Air Intelligence School at He was with the 357th Fighter season
Fasron 6 on four hits as VC-62 .
he married Alberta Palmer,
Washington, D. C., by way of Interceptor Squadron at the In
i ComAirLant. recorded a 10-2' win. ternational Airport, Portland Oie, a Jax girl. VF-17S

Lcdr. James P. Scherer, new Among the men reporting Ito before reporting here. Four men have been transferredout Five: members of Fighter Squadron
\ VC-62 are James E. Compodlmca, of VF-174 recently, three of 173 were advanced to the

Walter. Nystuen, John M. Chi"is- them .to HU2 at Lakehurst, N. J.? rate of Airman this week after

(, OC School lenSen, James A. Hoffman, and' VFW To Sell Poppies Including Ernest R. Townsend, successfully passing. the required

1 David A. Justus, all AEAN's.In Veterans of :Foreign Wars will AD3; Edward P. Brady, AD3, and tests.

For Kessler ,addition, Norman D. Halpain, conduct Poppy Day sales aboard Harold J. Brown, AN. Roy D. Angelo Abandolo, John A Bartlett -

i ii ATAN; Newton H. Wilson, Jr., the station Friday. Collectors will Russell, AN, has left for duty with ] Jack F:T Bobo, John G. Gar-
i Another NAS Jacksonville AEl; David L. Duke, AllAN
enlisted ;
VC-12, Quonset Point, R. I.
be located at the Exchanges, litz; and Charles R. Schmidt are
I man has been selected as Lynn D. Rlchet, ATC; William R. .
rriesshalls and cafeterias betweenthe the men with the three new stripes.
an officer candidate. Depew, AEl; Elmer' R. Griffith, VJ-I
hours of 1100 and 1400. Lt.jg( ) Frank Sheffield has reported
\ David S Kessler] HM1, Preventive PHCA( ), and Charles C. Craven, Survival gear of Weather Squad-
Proceeds go to disabled veter to VF-173 fpr duty from
f i Medicine Unit No. 1, will AN, have been extended a "hearty ans. ron Two is now being taken care NAS Pensacola. Other newcomers

i report May 12 to the Officer Can- welcome aboard" from VC62. of with the help of four recent to the unit are brothers Allen J.
didate School, Medical Supply
i Bell, SA, and Arthur E. Bell, SA;
( and Administration, Newport,
Andrew Ashcraft SA Lowe G.
It'. ;
Well qualified McCampbell, AMAN, and John F.

Ziolkowski, AT3.Hospitality .
for his selection I
: of .Lt.(jg) Millard

i Kesslerentered ] \ ... ,, ': E. "Shorty" Ball Impressed squadron

the officers attending his recent

Navy in 1943, beer bust given in celebration of
and served his promotion from Ensign
with Malaria >, .
,I: Control Uniti I i Open House At K of C
No. 74 In the' Catholic servicemen are cordial

4 Pacific during Kessler I ly Invited to attend an open house

\ the' war. Separated from the sponsored by the Junior Catholic

NavS in 1946, Kessler became a Association, Friday, May 1, at

I. civil service employee at the 2000 In the Knights of Columbus

Edgewood Arsenal], Edgewood, t Hall, 1501, Hendricks Avenue,

Md. 1i o OLD T'D -- Southslde.A .
( Called back to active duty in IIT'T fr MJSTARC rF. -__ :;::=i -----e buffet supper and Informal

| June 1951, Kessler was transferred ...."'.40IU. dance will"feature the program.
to NAS Jax, from U. S. Naval .

Hospital, Eethesda. Md. TOUGII LUCK, PAL-Streaking 'past. the prop-driven FG1D-Corsair is the Navy's newest MDB Assessment Due

--He- is--a native of. Baltimore, jet, the F9F-4 Cougar, pictured here in an artist's sketch by William Banks, AD3, whose operational Mutual Death Benefit policyholders

Md. lie attended Baltimore City squadron VF-103 was recently Issued the swept-wlng Jet. Although still used by some squadrons, are reminded that assess-

College \lndh University, of the Corsair Is no longer being built. VF-103 has flown the gull-winged craft since being commis.sioned ment No. 23 is- due for paymentby

Maryland. last May. May 8.


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HERE English AND sailor THEREAn on l leave in v k"y : / # ,

New York, met an American :: ; l p t'a I
sailor who struck his fancy. The ::11
Englishman invited the American Il// wI1w ,1:

to have a drink with him. l
"Sorry, pal," replied the American i : p A"L" ,
gob, "but I'm on the waterwagon. 1yy ,. 41
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"Water wagon?" repeated the : ,.t
English tar, puzzled, whal in the ,
world does that mean?" 1

The American boy explainedthe

phrase. The Englishman j

seemed quite pleased with the ., I

expression and decided to use itat I IJ

the next' opportunity. A few I II ft ,II I
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days later someone 'asked the If J I

Englishman to'have a drink. f t....". .1,'
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"Really old chap the I
:MORE QUEEN CANDIDATES-Everyone has their favorite and who the Carnival Queen will be Is anybody's guess. Industrial 1,
sailor demurred politely) "I'm Relations-Security department representative, Susan Oehler, vying for NAS queen, perches atop one of the fire engines' at the left >,
dreadfully sorry, but )'m sitting Two rival candidates talk things over In the second photo above. They are ComFairJar' candidate Betty Ward (left) and Alpha Jensen J
astride the watering cart you wife of Richard Jensen, AK3. representing Fasron Six. One of the two girls In the race for "Miss Aviation Detachment" NATT- /'I
know.;' Center) title Is Marine Virginia Kerns (right' ) NAS Infirmary gathered solidly behind its queen with a taxi dance at the Malnslde '
a' gym last Friday In the picture below, Infirmary's candidate. Lt.jg( ) Betty Taylor enacts a scene that her followers hope will take place <\1
soon "for real." "Well, my son," complimented !f w .. I ,
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'the kindly old preacher, "I was ,
extremely glad to hear that you r LJ A LineO'Rhyme :

have become the father ,of trip- I
pets. God has indeed smiled upon

your happy household," :

"That was no smile," retorted A LIFE ON TUB OCEAN WAVE ,

. the father, "that was a guffaw." % A life on the, ocean wave, jl I
e A home on the rolling deep
Sees Where the scattered waters rave '
And the winds their revels keep! '

Like an eagle caged, I pine
During DutyIn On this dull, unchanging shore! '

Oh! give me the flashing brine, '

England"Join The spray and the tempest's

road! 'I

the Navy and see the Once more on the deck I stand .

world" Is more than just a phrase Of my own swift-gliding craft.
on'a' poster to Joy Shrader, HM1, Set sail! farewell to the land!

who has just finished 27 months + The gale follows fair abaft j

duty with the U. S. Naval Infirm y rx We shoot through the sparkling* i ifoam'

ary in London, England. +,' {

Two months after her reenlistment Like an ocean-bird set free; h
'in April 1949, she was on her -- Like the ocean-bird our home

way with orders to London. We'll find far out on the sea. ,
Contest I Narrows Carnival Bumper Strips '
When she arrived, approximately ,- Queen The land In' no"longer In view, '

21 other Waves were there to Will/ Not Hurt Your Car; The clouds have begun to frown; '

greet and brief her on life in England Dut with a stout vessel and crew,

"She wasn't going to To Eight Next WeekThe Try To Leave Them On We'll say, Let' the storm com t'l

live 'In an 'apartment', such as it Motorists who find Navy down! !1
is called here, but a 'flat'," and Carnival And the song of our hearts shall !dR
Charity bumper
to determine the first Queen of the stripson
"she'must never use the word "penny-a-vote" race be, /0'
Carnival for will be narrowed to eight} finalists tomorrow their cars need not get ex-
'bloody' in 'reference J.o an Eng. Navy Charity While the winds and the water "
lishman." cited-they can easily be re rave, '

It didn't take Phase II of the Queen contest, Command representatives moved. A home on the rolling sea! Y ,I
conducted at command level with A life on the ocean wave! !{
Joy long to become shall submit such an official Bumper ,strip are attachedby
departmental contestants competing Epes Sargent (1613-1880)). s
a veteranin population count according to means of scotch tape, easily l- .. '"
their individual ,
to represent
I contest rules, to the Chairmanof
her new sur- will end at 1200 removable with no damage
commands, the Carnival Queen Committee 'Seek To Promote 1,200 j
roundings. She May 1. By Monday all votes by May 5. whatever.The A Reserve selection board has \ I

attended Brit- should be counted and the identity Funds acquired by each com- Carnival' committee' re- convened at Marine Corps Hq to

Ish plays and 'of the eight lucky winners mand 'during Phase I and II con- quests in the interest erf the consider for temporary promotion 11'

operas, and Joy Shrader revealed.: contestants who tests will count as votes for the charitable purpose of the Carnival to captain some* 1,200 Reserve first I
found her way to historical placesof Departmental contestant selected to representthe lieutenants Those officers who I
Interest. She was soon planning were not available at press time command in the Phase III that drivers permit these were not extended active duty last :
B. to remain until after
her liberty and leave (in oth- last week include Gladys contest Funds' may not, in any strips May 1 when their Regular running ,
Davidson, representing the Para May 16 to help advertise for"I
er countries and before completion other manner, be shifted from mates were considered
chute Loft, and Janice Lavigne, the big event. q..
candidate command to will be eli ,
of her tour of duty In Eng one or an temporary promotions,
land, she had visited 'Scotland, representing the Marine Air De- other during the contest. gible. .1
tachment, who are vying for the __ :
France, Germany, Ireland, Denmark -

glum,and Norway Holland., Italy, Spain, Bel I, "Miss for Also"Miss NARTU"omitted NAS title.were Cecil candidates Field". I Half-Gallon Club Reaches 377 As 31 Donors Join Ranks | .J..J.George .;

Joy returned to the U. S. last
month and before coming to the They are Sue Adams representing Thirty-one new members have Ffc. Richard C. Sulin, NATT- E. McCarthy, AA, NAT- \
NAS Cecil Field, and Mary
Naval Air Station here, she spent joined the ranks of'the Half-Gal- Center. TCenter. '-, ,
leave with her family in Miami. Lou Gorman representing the lon Club, bringing the present Maxwell Curry, Public Works. John E. Durantine, FCC, Sub ;."
fleet units based there.
When asked about her duty in commandis total membership to 377, as re- Gregory Szelak, ADC, VA-17 Group 2.Oscar r
insure that each
London she related with a smile, To to I I ported by the Armed Forces Jack I. 'Milliner, AN, Operations S. Hosli, SN, Sub Group .
equal opportunity
"It was a wonderful experience, given an Blood Donor Center at the In- 2. ,
the candidate of its choice
but it's "%oot to be home," elect for firmary.The Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, O&R. Gerald P. Hughes, AN Fasron ," './
of total population .
Joy, who Is attached to the Infirmary regardless final phase of jhe contest, new members include: Floyd M. Winter' SA, Green 9, 'f':'
here and whose hometown the command will multiply its Bennie O. Boyd, Jr.:, AFAN, Cove Springs. Norris J. SzymanowskI, FN,

is Miamlj entered the Navy each weighing factor based VC-62. I Ens. Frank H. Reetz, NATT- Sub Group 4. ',

Dec. ,7, 1042, and received her votes by a on-board popula- Roger A. Stelma, SN, NAS Ad Center. Harry V. Collins, SA, Sub ,
upon average ministration. A. Junigan AA Fasron 6. 4.Edward. ;
"boot" trainingat ,Cedar Falls, count. Roy Group
Iowa. tion Robert E. Buckalew, BM3, Sub Ernest S. Santilll, AN., Fasron V. Oglesby, FN, Sub '

"Why do you atop each morn Group 1.Herbert 1. 6. Group 4.Henry. -,

A youthful medical lieutenant ing and watch that screwball be- H. Judd, YNSN, SubGroup Lcdr. Chalmers L. Anderson, F, Ziegler, EMI, Sub =--

walked past the psycho ward each lieve he is Bobby Feller?" 1. Naval Hospital Group 4. ,<; '

morning. Jn the corner of the "Because ,If things keep going Lt.. Edward W. Nelson, NAT- Pfc. Robert A. St. Denis NAT- Billy J. Lynn, SKSN, Sub

ward one of, the inmates was always the way they are," answered the TCenter. TCenter. Group 4.

winding* up and pitching an lieutenant, Til be In there one Marcus A. Irvin, SN, Sub Sgt. Francis R. Routar, NAT- Holcomb-C. Sands, YNC, Com- \

imaginary ball. One of the staff Of these days batting against that Group 1.James. TCenter. FairJax Staff.

members said to the medical lieu- guy, and X want to get onto his C. Matthews ICI, Sub Lawrence O. Grenshaw, AD3, Robert W. Robbins, Public

tenant, curve&..* Group 1. I NARTU. Work

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Not discrediting the Marine Corps Air Station of Miamiin .p.

its 8-3 conquest of the Fliers here Monday, but the home-

standers displayed perhaps their most sluggish diamond exhibition -

of the season against only a fair opponent.

Attentiveness in 'the field and on the base paths would ',. 1 K. ,

have prevented or produced enough runs to turn the tide of c,: A ". .,x. """'Au 'h' "" V' ,,'m "'_"" .. ..v.w, _....., .,...-. """,",",",""

battle in favor of the local warriors. LIFE GUARD CREW-On duty at fire Mainside swimming pools will be this able and ready
corps of 11/e guards. All are"qualified senior life savers. Front row (left to right) Clarence Thompson
should have bought a hunting permitfor
The Barracudas Leo Kelley, Willard Silva, Charles Chastain, Jerry Deley, Jim Skelton and Ronnie Campbell. I
base hits before the contest as they proceeded to larrup Back row, George Chit tendon, Larry Laaarony, Jim Groover, John Raiford, Earl Eckstrom, Fred "
Ludke, James Farrlngton and Bob Grabaz. ...
the offerings of slow motion Ken Jacobs with annoying reg-

ularity.But Jake's task would have been made easier witha Eilertson Funk Victorious I Continue Call For

more aggressive brand of defensive and offensive work Varsity Tankmen

by the Fliers, who surprised us by "dogging it" when the There's still an. urgent re

going got rough early. As Fliers Split Four Tilts pete quest with out for the personnel Jax Navy 1 to varsI-com-

The home sine is capable of much better baseball than ty swimming team.

has been exhibited the past few outings. Failure of the Reluctantly) settling for an even split in the past four Dally i practices are being

mound staff to find the strike zone with two outs is still a games, the Jax Navy varsity nine used a three-day layoff to held at the Indoor Pool, Build-
hitters have to reach polish its big guns for .a seven-game maneuver which openson Ing 614, at 1630. Report to
ball yet
sore spot, but long any home soil tomorrow at 1600 with Fort Benning's 508th either Coach Dick White or Bob I

degree of consistency.Jax ,,Airborne Regimental Combat Team. Rogers if interested
Navy's desperate need for power from the port side Marine Corps Air Station of Miami t
the Fliers after the third, allow-
was adequately answered when the Fliers uniformed Dick an 8.3 victor here Monday, ing but two harmless singles .

Cordell. Cordell played 117 games with Omaha of the Class A returns for a single tilt Sunday on along the route. NATTC Nines
the heels of a second 508th,con
Western League last year, driving across 61 tallies with 12 Grab Early Margin
test. Monday and Tuesday, May
home runs, two triples, 20 doubles and C4 singles.< 4 and 5, NAS Sanford tackles the The home nine jumped to an Open Second
early lead in the first with
a pair
When and if Leftfielder Joe Fay stops balking'at the Fliers at Mason Field.
of runs on !doubles by Coughlinand
close pitches with a two strike count against him and Matt City Leage activity at Woodstock Cordell and Luttrell's single. It RoundMay7

Woloszyn finds his expected prime, the local outfield will be Park finds the locals vying was 3.2 after the.third,when both
against Post Nine, Wednesday, The shroud of mystery which
teams scored
AS tough as any in the area. .once.
But lethargic hitting habits throughout the lineup and Hardage, Thursday. Both An infield boot with the bases surrounded first place in the
NATTCenter intramural softball
games carry a 2000 starting time. loaded
and a long fly ball to center
have been detrimental with men on base, preventing the MCAS Wine, 8-3 deadlocked matters for the league was suddenly lifted last
Fliers from winning the close wines that should requireno The Barracudas of MCAS MI- Eagles iifthe fourth. The visitors week and AK: School 'remainedthe
normal effort. ami lugged an unimpressive 15.11 sole survivor for the first
more than a broke the tie in the sixth with a
A base hit in the right spot with ducks on the pond could slate into their meeting with Jax squeeze bunt by Doc White which round toga.Special .
Navy early this week, but strutted Serv ces.1st Lieuten
plated "Ox" Eliason from third.
altered and two defeats. In losing seven deci
have one
off nine Innings later with an easy Jim Sheller's double to right anda ants nine Was in contention until -
sions while winning 13, which is not a poqr record in any conquest that left much to be desired single by John Warfield to the Tuesday of last week, losingto

J league, the total deficit in defeat has been- 16 runs. from the local nine. same pasture netted Eglin its final Student Storekeepers, 132. .
,* Ken Jacobs ((1.1)) threw in lit run In the eighth. The loss virtually knocked them

An invitation to all personnel interested in spearfishinghas tle more than 2 o'clock pitching u Truckers Bow, 12.1 out of the race.

been extended by the Naval Air Station Jax NeptunersClub he was battered for.eight runs and Jax Navy,strolled to a 12.1 victory Marines made- AK: School's title
to attend Thursday's meeting at 1930 'in the Mainside 13 hits before fireman Ralph Ben- over Great Southern in a City bid concrete with a 12.2 win overSS.lst
nett came to the rescue in the League engagement at Mason Lt. AK: School was a 6.3
Library, Building ,eighth with none out. Field' Sunday, utilizing a' dozen I victor over AE School the same "
Election of officers will be )held at the bimonthly palaverand
Doubles by Al Parson and John walks and seven hits for the Fli afternoon. AE School defeated
members are urged to be present. It's a good opportunityto Driscoll and a triple byDan Krav- ers' third consecutive loop win. A/C Maintenance, '14.4, to remain
sit in on a rapidly expanding organization which offers itz netted the foe a pair of tallies Ex Southern Association even for the week.

year 'round excitement in the underwater sport. In the ,first. MCAS counted moundsman Ernie Funk ((3.1) was I Second round play begins Mon
three times In the third on a free touched for three scratch single day, May 4. Schedules may be

Pete Bessette, captain of the Jax Navy Rifle team, pass to Carl Smalley, an Infield as the locals won going away in picked up' at the Physical Train-
single by Kravitz and Jacobs' wild the abbreviated seven-inning fray. ing office today for the second
has won his share of individual honors the past month. throw to center in an attempted Needing three runs In the seventh round.

His most recent prize was first place in the monthly small pickoff. to call a halt to the game by STANDINGS
more match sponsored by the Jacksonville Rifle Club last EUerUon' Notches No. S the 10-run City League rule the AK Turn School w g r.o

weekend.. Lucky Luttrell drew blood for I I Fliers used singles by Funk and SS.Ut Marines Lt 5 5 3 3
the Fliers In the third when heI George Llgon, a fly ball by Lutt- AO Ship Co. 5:4
Earlier in the month, Bessette completed firing in the I 'ANCPI< ) Ship. Co. 3 2
doubled to the left field barrier rell and Bob Home's third tripleof AE School 4 3
Expert Class of the Georgia State Spring Rifle Champion- with strolling Jacobs on second. the season to pick up the def- Supply Personnel 4 3 5 g
ships at Savannah with second place medals. Single runs in the fifth and sixth icit. A/C Malnt t.
The Florida State Spring Rifle Championships at West netted the visitors a 7.t' bulge be. NATTC Officers 0 1Page

Palm Beach is next in line for Bessette. He'll be joined by fore Jax Navy scored twice In the PP"S d9' ,:
seventh Joe Fay's three-base .
Bill Engel and 0. C, Rentfle, both members of the varsity blow to right center Ignited the SPEED PAYS

squad here. rally. OFF Sliding
Clarence EHltrtson ((3.1)) pitched safely into second -
FOLLOWIN' TilE FLIERS-Eglin Field's hard throw- eight non-consecutive Innings of base ahead

Ing right-hander Paul Penson, who set the local nine down no-run no-hit ball while his mates r.
of the throw is
last Friday, 5-3, was signed to a Philadelphia Phillie contract clubbed three Eglin Air Force Llnwod Gray of
early this year for. $15,000. The Philly front'pffice is reported Base hurlers for a 144 victory.
Eglin Evens Strtai Fasron 109. VJ-
to be eyeing Baltimore their Triple A International
Ironically, the three eagle 2's AI Lee looks
League affiliate, as Penson's first stop after discharge. ties, all in the fourth, failed to on after ,the de- .

Groover Miles, is the new varsity baseball manager. produce a run as Eilertson provedto layed toss from
The: Hat" assumed the duties when E. E. Edgar Ball left be the master in the clutch. the -S r
scored unearned tallies In plate. Fasron
yesterday for duty on the USS. Randolph. The same flat Eglin
the fifth and seventh and a pair 109 won this
top will be the new home for a number: of Jax Navy athletes, of the same variety in the ninth. Mainside intra

among them Bill Schuckers, Darrell Spang, Ward. Weisel and The Fliers paraded a dozen menthe mural skirmish,
Bob Reinhardt. to plate in the seventh for an .
10.3 to In-
Miami University and Jax'Navy square'off at'Lackawanna eight-run flurry which sewed the } .r" #
park tomorrow afternoon in a dual cinder meet which the decision. Jim Ooughlin, Dick Cor tact a skeia of Y '
Hurricane is said to be regarding as a tune-up for its Satur- dell, Matt Wolaszyn and Ira Abel- unbeaten tilts la
day run; with the University of Florida at Gainesville. The son poked out two bits apiece. America top
local squad is by,no means a push over against any competition Eglin evened the series Friday aetlo
and it's quite possible the visitors will be eyeing the Gator with a 5-3 win. Paul Penson strung
meet as a means to even its record for the weekend jaunt. goose eggs across the board for

30 April 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


Moinside Entries Jockey For

Berths In Close Diomond Plov

If space between second and fifth place teams in both leagues of Mainside intramural

Softball competition was represented in yards of cloth, there wouldn't be enough material -

to make a butterfly a bow tie. j
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Fasron 109 and VA-175 of the Ila)'eb and Doberty combinedto Personnel bounced back later In t

American League and Mayportand pitch Mayport to a 12-8 win the week, however, to trip PAW '1

NARTU of the National loop over Operations, but the co- 1\>\y, 104. I

lengthened unbeaten,akiens In last leaders of the National loop had O1G: and Operations went Into ,"

week's loop activity to remain to com from behind to do it. extra Inning before the Ordnance ;

atop their respective divisions.But A "'X.ruD sixth WM the weaponof nine pushed! across: a t.at't

the ensuing nines were ar- victory for Ma'l Ort. Mayport' ly In the top of the ninth for a .

ranged in such close fashion thata Thursday tilt with Fa. 7-8 victory. Communication

postponement cquld easily mean TuLavnt WM pGf't pomod. fell 5-3 to give O A G Its see

league advancement. Fasron 109 protected its grip ond win of the week.

*Ti NARTU was given a scare by on' first place in the American VA-175 remained unbeaten witha

Supply before emerging a 22.21 10-5 verdict from VP-5.
League with a 10-3 victory over ,
... ..__.. _, .
.aYieB. r .., ... ...., .. a.
.M;: ;I"I: : victor Tuesday. in the week
Later Garrish and Stearns
I VJ-2 and a forfeit from now defunct poked out two "
PROTECTS THE DISH Capably blocking the advance of Per- the Reserves picked on Hospital VF171. Bill Madden col- hits apiece to pace the winners*
son.ntl'sloose" Crouse in his drive for I
pay dirt is Ralph Bru-
I baker of Hospital in a Mainside intramural Softball! contest. last 12-3, with the Corpsmen gleaningbut lected a double and single to drive 10-hit barrage.At .

week. The Corpsmen won with a late rally, 98. five safeties off Doc Grant. in four Fasron tallies against the Yorktown diamond Fasron

Hurricane Hunters. Six edged VF-172, 5-4. The Fighter .

Reveal ScheduleFor ,.''.-*> VC-62 contineud to gain mo- I nine lost earlier in the weekto
;: ,
v' VP-3 143. It was the Huskies
mentum In the American loop with ;

a pair of wins. Al Bullard checked: first win of the .season. I

DefendingCity Fasron Six with four hits to hand I. VF-43 bowed 3-1 to VJ-2 on a

the VC-men a 10-2 decision the neat Jwo-hltter by Charlie How-

ChampionsSeemingly first defeat for Fasron Six in ell.:: The CAG-4 nine picked up a

league competition. decision in its second outing ot

settled In the right Poor fielding by Personnel's first the week, however drubbing VF-

direction toward defense of its baseman resulted in Hospital's 9-8 174, 164. Ruschtl \tripled and

;95$ City League basbatl title, conquest of the "Record" nine. singled to plate four runs for the

Jax Navy belatedly announced tht ----- winners. .
remainder of Its first round '53 Scoring seven time In the

schedule. MVP Contest MOST VALUABLE PLAYER CONTEST first Inning FfteTuLant pickedup

of 'McDuff Hardware Wire tallies along the way to
Conquests. ,. a .
Post Nine and Great Southern are Initiated For ride out a late rally by FAW-
under the local's victory-bulged! My nomination for the Most Valuable Player of the 1953 11 for a 10-8 ktory.

belts in the, early stages of com NineA lax Navy varsity baseball team is ..__.........._.... ,. .. -,- -., Commissary collected a pair of.
petition.All Varsity wins for the week dumping Communications

Submitted by: 12-5, after taking a _'
with the exception :
games contest to determine the' forfeit from :Medical and Dental.
of Post Nine, Sunday May 31, I
Supply also gained, a "free" decision -
of the
Most Valuable 'Player
which is slated for Mason Field,
from the latter nine, now
are played at Woodstock Park, 1953 Jax Navy varsity base- dormant in league competition :

west of the city on Beaver ball team has been initiated HI:I.M Standings:
1. ballot be cast each week. Name of .
Only one "
per peinon may
May 6 Jax Navy vs. Post Nine this week, jointly sponsoredby voter mutt be Included: on each bullot. AMKRK'AN: l Ata't: '
Ballot either of the boxes at Mason Field, Team 11'. L. -
2. should be In
May 7 Hardage vs. Jax Na'y1la1 the NAS Special Services dropped Fasion 109 .. .. .. ... .. ..... 4 0
14 Jax Navy n. Great located at each end of the gianditand. Boxes will be made a>all ble at VA-175 . ..... ............... :3 0
Department and the Jax Air home games only. Fasron Six .. .. .. ... ..,....... :.1 l ;
Southern 3. Tabulation by Contest Officials will be final. Results will be V'C2 .. .. ....... ... .......... 2 IVM .
News. published weekly in the Jax Air ,w.. VJ-2 .
May 17 Jax Navy vs. McDuff ;;;;.;!!;!;:ii"i;:;;; ;;;;:::; ? \ .
Hardware Weekly ballots will be printed V F'-41 ..4" .. ...... ..i......!. 1 J J
In the Air News but personnel are VF-174 .... ....... ..... ... ... .. 1 2 '
May 18 Jax Navy ,vs. Ilanlage VP-S:\ . ... ..... ..... .. .... 0 2 ,
advised that only one may be cast Jax Braves Host VK-172 !.. .. 2
May 25 McDuff Hardware VH. Individual.In Track VK-171 (') ... .. .... ... ... ....o.oo 4
per week by any one Triangular
of duplication of voting or Columbia. TonightJacksonville NATIONAL I.KAM'K. :
case Meet Rained Out Team .
31 I'ost Nine vs. Jax: Navy H' -i. III
failure to comply with contest NAKTU ... .. ....... ...... .... 4 (I \
June 1 Jax Navy vs. Great Mayport .... .1 n
and Columbia
Braves Miami : .
Southern rules ballots will be disregardedby University's confidenttrack taeTuLnnt ;.::::....;:::::::: 2 1 .
three. Commissary ......... ... .... 2 1
Reds wind
Officials. a game' squad JaxNavy's "
Jim ft Ifardage. Jax Navy' Contest up engage O & (3 .. .. ..... .... ...... ..2 1 'J
Sally League series at the Myrtle thlnclad.i in dual Personnel ................. ... .2 2
stations have been established a meetat
June 9 Great Southern vs. JaxNavy : Voting Supply ,. .... ....,... .... .. .. 2 2
at either end of the Avenue diamond this evening in Lackawanna Park tomorrowat Hospital . .. ...... .......... 2 2 ;
early showdown for leadershipIn Operations ". .... ..... ..... 1 3
Juno 15 Jax McDuff grandstand at Mason Field. The an 1400. Communications ..... .. 1 .1
Navy v* ""
the Class A circuit. ; KAVV-ll .. ., .. .
Hardware ballot boxes will be made availableat Last week's scheduled triangular M1..Drntal (.> :: : :: : : : t 4 4Linksmen J
June 18 Jax Navy VH. Hardage home games only and personnel I Friday through Sunday the Columbus I*)-No longer In corn wtltlon).
meet pitting the 4 I .
Cardinals in'ade'the local Fliers
June 19 Pout Nine v,.. Jav Nvy are urged to utilize these voting
1 orchard for single frays, after Orlando AFB and Eglin AFB
(last mentioned team is home opportunities.Final
at Pensacola was cancelled because -
the road
team). tabulation will be made at I which the Braves are on
of ra.in.There' .
Last year the Fliers won both the end of the season in late until May 11.

halves of the City League to annex August or early September. How Ticket reservations can be made talk I brewing of a Highly Regarded

the championship uncontest. ever weekly results will be pub by phoning the Jacksonville Baseball four-way meet May ? at Pensa -t

ed. Second round activity this lished to inform personnel of progress Club 3.4307, Room 7-F of the cola involving the aforementioned U. of F. 19-SPlaying .
service squads with the ,
season will be underway the weekof of the contest. Schultz, Building.
I addition of Patrick AFB. Final on the rolling turf of
June 22.Wallace'Cops.
.., decision here la pending transport.a.tim the tough Gainesville, Golf and

e '..., .. arrangements.Flies Country Club, Jax: Navy's varsity

Men's ., w.,. :.,.. '"" ,::'.:"., links team smothered the
I!" ; ,. ;, 'h University of Florida
{ )>v squad under -
Station Golf Crown Blanked" 4-0
!k) a blistering array of near"par. :

Bob Wallace, captain of lax ,. .. In shooting 19-8, Monday afternoon. .)?
Navy's varsity links team, defeated City Loop PlayJax Bill Scarborough carded !a one .
Ken Sutton also a varsity J14r\ ; f.;: Navy's varsity softball com under par 70 for medalist honors. 4,

swinger, 4 and 3, last Sunday for t' bine dropped another Men's City lie teamed with Ken Sutton in "

the Station Golf Championship.6n t the second foursome to win, 7.2, '
League engagement last week
the Naval Air Station course.In : from Fletcher and Allen.

gaining; the finals, Wallace I ,' losing 4-0 to Johnson Construction The Fliers gained a" 5t-3ad! !/

thumped Bill 'Scarborough, 3 and Company vantage In the first foursome t

2, in semi-final play while Sutton : Doc Copeland allowed the Fliers with Erwin Scott and Bob Wallace .. ...'.,

ousted Bill Boswell, 2 and 1, f but one safety, a two out sin wielding the clubs against I.. .
r : the Gators' Decmer and Garin. d t
in the same round. gle by Shortstop Duane Beadell
Defending champ Erwin Scott Herb Herres and Ray Bellamy
that did no damage. Centerfleld- added to Jax
Navy's with
was eliminated by Boswell in the n output .
secortd round as the comparative er Jerry Thomas was the only lo- a 6Vi-2V4 win over Grisson and '

newcomer made a strong bid togo cal to reach third base but he was Grosjean.

all the way before bowing to I thrown out attempting to score Each Jax Navy duo fired a best 1

Sutton. Ln the second. ball of 67, which was quite a i

Louis Gingrich nudged Ann I Johnson Construction tallied! showing on one of the tougher r
,.. -
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Rentz, 4 and 2, to gain a berth in three times in the first on four courses in the southern area.

the finals of the Lady's Station CIIAl\IrS; REUNITED-Together araln for another season of base hits and once in the fifth Florida is ranked the top colleg : :

Golf Championship. Her opponent net wars are 'Leon Wilson left) and Ben SobieraJ. In 1952 thisduo on an error and two passed balls. late links team in the state. .:;/ :
east coast courts winning singles I
havoc along .
to play
combine ,
will be either Betty Parksor laurels in both AlrLant and Atlantic Fleet cbampionshlps. Line score: .:f,!
d Despite four winners
and 20-game :11
Fran Sims, who vie this weekin c.hieraj has been absent from the area for a few Sax Navy ...... OnO Ono 00 1 1 .
the Fliers ef another top notch I Johnson ....... .300 010 )1- 4 4 1Vuandt the 1920 Chicago White Sox failed t
semifinal his return assures
the remaining month, but I Cauthern.and Mllllgan; c.'lla.n4an4 to win the pennant.
round. net combine.

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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 30 April 1953

b mm1.llD ,NARTU Marines

Ready For An.riualI
(Items offering for sale articles

of property such as washing machines

automobiles furniture, radios Inspection I SundayThe

clothing and the like are prohibited .
Marine Al{ Detachment
by Defense Department
colUmn NARTU and Marine Air Jleserv
regulations This will
J however list such services as Squadron VMF-144 will undergoan

available housing rides wanted 1'1 d rA inspection. by Col. Joe A.

and lost and found articles or j ; p 1 1l' \ Smoak, Chief-of-Staff, Marine
Air Reserve Training this Sun-
other similar notices.) ,
'- 'FOR RENT I 'c't US .. I day and Monday.

Furn. 2-rm. ,apt, $50 mo, 3659 l' ..'.'.,'co"),,..t."< '".,' Colonel Smoak will arrive from
Rlveislde. !." '"" '' : i. : 1Ic Glenview, Illinois, headquarters of

Will share 5-rm. house 3047 College ,rt r- :..' Marine Air Reserve Training Command
: Ii to hold a working tnspec'tlon
ph. 2-3552: Mrs. Cason. I, t
Fum. bdim, <4317< Notter, ph. !>jf 'a .Y1 s .E' with the local 'unit Lt. Col.

6-5042 Mrs. Ezzo. > ., Charles M. Kunz, commanding officer
of the Marine Air Detachment
Furn. 3rm. apt. $25 mo. Highway ''''-
220 ph. Orange Pk. 8-3524, Mrs. '" '' announced.
I "Uli.-': 'jjh..a1 ': >
Jenkins The Marine Air Detachment Is
ATTEND PROCLAl\IATION-Arrlvlnr "Tallahassee to witness the Issuing of a proclamation
3 furn. 2601 8-2770 composed of officers and enlisted
rms., Park ph. designating May 16 as Armed Forces Day in Florida by Governor Dan McCarty are JI(left to right)
Mrs. Houston. Col. J. A. Roberts, USAF; Col. II. W. Tarkington USA State Armed Forces Day project officer; men who( in lruct- Marine Fighter
Furn. apt., 2967 Selma ph. 2-6480, Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree commanding officer of NAS Jar, and also project officer of Jacksonville Squadron VMF-144 during its
Mrs. Nell. and Col. F. R. Loyd, USA. monthly weekend flight drills.

Share furn. house 2938 Arapahoe Deluxe The squadron is composed of civilians
-- -
ph. 88-9022 after 6, Mrs. Parking Chief who travel from alt'parts
,Ware. Improper of North Florida Georgia and
First Year
42,000'Calls During
Fum. 5-rm. apt* $85 mo, 2120 Traffic ViolationTraffic South Carolina to attend the

", Dellwood, ph. 8.2352 or f-4801, violations this week flight drills.

Mrs, Rice. equaled the amount ,represented At Attractive Telephone CenterThe The inspection will have' a great

Furn. elf cottage, Murray Hill ph. 'last week at the station's traffic bearing on the Marine.Air Reserve
88-9272 or 8.1286, Mrs Cun- court-thirty-eight In all. Telephone( Center at the Naval Air Technical Training Cen Trophy awarded each year to the

ningham. Of the 38 violators arraignedat ter celebrated it's first anniversary last week with the completion outstanding Marine Air Reserve

Finn, rm., 5410 San Juan Ave, traffic court for the period beginning of the 42,000th call since the opening of the facility one year ago. Squadron! of the Marine Air Rej '

ph. 2-0762, Mrs. Mills. April 17 and ending April I The many complimentary comments with the experience gained by serve Training Commend

Furn. rms., $5 wk., 2719 Park St., 24, seventeen received restrictions written in the guest book each person involved, the forth Major J. B. Griffin, former exec-*
ph. 2-0087, Nollns. ranging from one weekto by thousands : visitors to this will utive officer of Marine Air Detachment
coming produce
II years results
Unfurn. 5rm. duplex, 3624 Herschel indefinitely. beautiful lounge reflect the in. satisfactory and NARTU, is commander of
even more
Mrs. Schioder.Furn. I terest and sincere desire of the the
squadron. He was stationed
Improper parking again ranks with better service to the men
rm, kit, priv., 4718 Ramona first as the chief offense. Twenty- attendants to do( a good job and and women of this area I here for a few years before he '
ph. 27323. give a service to the men and served overseas in Korea with the
two of the station's personnel appeared outstanding accomplishment and
Furn. rm., 3019 Grand Ave, ph. at traffic court for park. women of the S Navy., First Marine Air Wing. Major

2.1807, Mrs. Weldin.. ing in no-parking areas. Nine Industrial Griffin became the new commanding
Furn. 3-bdrm. house Venetia Terrace violators were sentenced for THE LOUNGE with its attrac. --CS. officer of VMF-144 in

6115 Commodore' Drive, ph. speeding while only three appeared tive and comfortable furniture is (Continued from Page 1)) March of this year.
64050. no accident. It's a move on the .
for running stop signs. latlons representatives from other
Furn. bungalow $60 4711 part of, .the Telephone Companyto
mo, ------ naval activities in the area.
Attleboro St, ph. 98.1601, Mrs. effect a restful atmosphere. A Leave for Miami BeneficialContinued

Demerit. POoMheWeekHonors well selected 'varIety of magazines Other team members' in attendance ( from Page 1))

1 rm., kit. priv., 831 Oak ph. writing paper, pens and were John W. Godbold, Sammons for a modification to ,

7-6061 Mis. May. At CenterTo shelves .of telephone directoriesfrom Deputy Regional Director, Fifth U. magneto coils; Bouge E., Snipes
Share house, $10 wk., 1732 Planters t ciljes,throughout the United 8. Civil Service( Region Atlanta, for his suggestion of replacingbulb
' *Rd,, ph. 98-8013 Mrs. MeInlyre States are also available., Appropriate Harris
Ga.:' O. Herlot District rubber seal on aft edge of
*':" ..... Chief Dilea music is furnished 'continuously.
Civilian Personnel Director, Sixth F4U4 and F4U5 cowls with rub

Fum. 2'111apt.., 2127 Foibes St., Naval Diflrict, G. Barney Gelvin, ber plugged extrusion; and Sam
(This Is the first In a new ,erie, SC .
ph. 7-6747, Mrs. Royal. of Petty-0/fleer.o/-the-Week at Assistant Head, Employment Policies uel Grant for .a protective. tip
Furn. rm, 2064 Myra St., ph. THE MANAGEMENT reports
and Operations Branch OIR; guardJor fork lift trucks.
the, Naval Air Technical, Training, '
with pleasure that not one pieceof
7-6849, Miss Irwin
Robert L. Stockment, Training Clarence E. Miller received a$3S.00
2-bdrm. duplex, 1165 LaBelle, ph. Mike)Dilea HMC leading' chief equipment has been mistreatedin Officer, OIR; and Harry E., Mc- check for his suggestion
8-2301, Mrs Wilkinson. any way, which means that Clain
Special Representative that screw fitting of stick gauge
of the Center Dispensary, has been
:1 rm,, 1405 Belvedere Ave,,. ph. personnel appreciate the service. Wage and Classification assembly be locally manufac
selected as Petty Officer of the
2-6200 after 1 p.m, Mt'8 Boykin. James Steed, manager, feels Division. OIR. tured, and William F. Grouch-
week at NATTCenter.
Fum. eff. rm., 2312 College, ph. that the past year has been an
A veteran of 28 years of Naval John S. Burton, local Areal, nour was awarded $30.00 for his
7-6249, Mrs Clark. Wage and Classification Chief method of holes
refinishing in
Service, Chief Dilea is of the
Unfurn, (.rm. apt., 2700 W. Lakeshore ._ one Noted Stars joined the team here.SUNNT automatic brake adjustment
pH 2-4291 Mrs. Me- _''t Gowan. (Continued from Page 1)) I
$25.00 check went to H. M.
Furn. 4-rm. apt., 3567 Herschel .alnera, whose names have not yet
Heminger, a $20.00 award to Cass
ph. 2.1665, Gibson. been revealed. Together with a
W. Shootes and $15.00 checks to
MISCELLANEOUSRiders host of well known performers "
Robert C. Godwin and Ralph R.
from Jacksonville and the
wanted from, Springfielden surrounding -
West and to
Hugo Fluckiger.Ten .
route to NAS on Edison, area plus military and
King. and Post Stat., 0730 to civilian personnel of the Navy, dollar awards were pre

1600, ph. 4-4744, Mr. Droze. mJ these "Stars" will present a,, top- sented to B. E. Snipes WilliamE.
1 ; Lee, Roy M. Connor, B. A.
( Driven to Broken Bow, Nebraskaon ; notch floor show for patrons
Pacuk and James F. Bradley.
or before May 7, ph. 670 or throughout the Carnival.
8319, Bob Ellingson. tw .. Entertainment will be given Friday
Riders wanted from Lakeshore or &I3; evening Saturday afternoonand Marine opie Oltmer

- Murray Hill, 0730 to 1600 ph. Saturday evening in near. Awarded Medal For

ext. 8213 or 6-5538, Mr. Tr er. continuous fashion. I

Will baby sit, day or evening, went over the side with the first, ,Pi 1F v4u 150 Korea MissionsMarine

1775 Hamilton, ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Chief Dues 'wave in the Battle of Guadalca. :I Captain Lavern J; Olt

Addte. qualified few in this area to bear nal and the Philippines. mer, Materiel Officer of MAD at
Will baby sit, day or eVening, .
the term "salt water sailor. His NATTCenter,' WM recently awarded
5742 Cedar Forest Dr., ph.- 20 years aboard various types of There I wa, a ,pill pushing the Air Medal and Gold Starin "

88-8087 Mrs. Pendleton. Naval vessels have earned for hini awabbie with a bunch of Navy lieu of his second Air Medal
Will baby sit, 7502 Atlantic Blvd., Mixers
Concrete going i ashore
this distinction. for conduct during his l 150 aerial
ph. 98-7763, Mrs. Robertson. .,, with a bunch of gun-toting 'Dog v flight. in close support of U. N.

Will baby sit, day or evening 2120 ""Doc", as he is affectionately Faces''," He had'pic": Herschel, ph. 2-9502. Miss, Joy- (. I Navy construction battalion ever
known, has had duty in the Asiatic awarded the DFC

ner. stations, .Pacific areas' Iceland assigned to the Army to do his- Capt., Oltmer: flew a, total, of 329
and Europe. "I'd like to'fin shore duty. He considers that a support missions carrying vital
75 New Warrant Officers ish my '30 in Jax I like It here," bad guess on his part. supplies to forward positions. His

Seventy-flve chief and first class. I. he says., He was assigned tq' the Center citation commends his "courageand

petty officers of the Navy and Entering the Navy >In 1925, Di in 1951 where :he is" presently unswerving devotion to duty

Naval Reserve have' been given lea found himself ,with the 6th Marines serving M leading chief. through t."
temporary appointments to War in Ti nt.in. China. At the -- He returned from 14 months U

rant Officer (WI), the. Navy hu outbreak>> of World War II" Mike WEATHER OUTLOOK the Korean theater lut October..

announced. These appointments vas on North Atlantic Patrol operating ,Friday Partly cloudy and BREAK-TV starlet A veteran of 11 years in the Marine

-are now being mailed to the, individuals from Argentla Newfound cool. Rosemary Colllgan takes time Corps, he received hU com

ooncerned and, will be land. Returning to the States he Saturday-Mostly clear skies out from rehearsal to soak upa mission through the Naval Aviation

affective upon acceptance Dateof was stationed with the "Sea Bees"at and cool little sun outside the NBC Cadet Program in 1944, and

rank for ,those who accept will Norfolk. His tour of shore Sunday Mostly dear and studio break for in us Hollywood., working clothes Lucky served M a bomber pilot i fa World

to Jan. 1, 1953. duty ended when his battalion warmer. and aiL War II.

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