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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: May 7, 1953
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-11. No.5. UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 7 May 1953
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Miss NARTU 1IIsslAD! NATTCenter Miss NATTCenter Miss Fleet Air Jax Miss Cecil Field
Gladys Davidson Ginny Kerns Mary Miller Alpha Jensen Sue Adams _

I CARNIVAL QUEEN CANDIDATES final showdown is near, with the I crown. One of the eight, shown above and below, will be crowned Queen at the I
eight finalists chosen to battle it out for the Navy Charity Carnival Queen I| Coronation ceremonies at 2030 May 15.

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irs Certificates 4rR N Eight Vying


Awarded To T ;

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0 & R EmployeesSeven t ft3r For Carnival'Queen


Overhaul and Repair department r

employee who recently 'lrr. HonorsThe

completed Engineered Perform +4
ance Standards Course, were N 4 t

awarded certificates Monday by H. final battle is on to select -

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, the first Queen of the

commanding officer of the Naval Navy Charity Carnival. .
Air Station.
I Eight finalists, representing each
The also received lettersof
group major command here, plus NAS
commendation from Capt. Leo- .4 '
H.. Cecil Field, will compete ?or"penny.avote"
nidas D. CoatM, 0 A R officer, -----'-"..--- --........."' ..... _.. ," i- in
the last weekto
and promotions to ProductionpKialisla Miss Naval Hospital Miss Fleet Air Wing 11 Miss NAS JacksonvilleAnne determine who shall reign over
$ rate Langlotti Barbara Ann Pepple *
Betty Taylor
__ I the two-day Charity Carnival May
Initiate In 1951
Event Of The Year 15 and 16.
Biggest
Included in the class, the secondof l I
its type ever to be graduated Station's Safety Record Votes (fund) collected within

here, were John S. Beckham, Brings Congrats Letter commands will be submitted each

Frank E. Byers, Richard V. Hoi- Charity CarnivalSet From CongressmanA Monday, Wednesday and Fridayor "
( more often If necessary) be.
den, Arnold S. Monell, Raymond letter of congratulationfor
tween 0900 and
1200 at the Fleet
:
G. Splinter, Mortimer E Swanson, the station's record in industrial
Air Duty Office In the NAS Jax
,
and John J. Will. Six formerlyheld
has
safety been received Administration
journeyman rates and Will from Building. Result
Next WeekTwo CongressmanCharles will be listed periodically on a
held a draftsman rate. All were E. Bennett.
large poster on Yorktown'near
elected for the course from approximately The fetter reads: .
the
Main Gate.
100 applicants on a "I am writing this letter to
competitive basis. big days of frolic and fun are in store for all as the congratulate the JacksonvilleNaval eAt
date for the bigger better than press" time Betty Taylor,
The Engineered Performance -ever Navy Carnival for Air Station
Standards Pl'ogralIwas initiatedin Charity approaches. So much has been packed into two days other major Naval on Air leadingall Stations Miss Naval Air Station, was lead.

October 1951 when NAS Jack- that it staggers the imagination. in industrial safety. The ing other contestants, with Alpha

onville was selected l by the Bureau Personnel and guests will find I record which has been made at Jensen, Miss ComFalrJax, in
Nursery will be located in Han- second
of Aeronautics for this pro- all of the good old-fashioned installation i in place. Other standings
your credit to
Fifteen Station gar 115. a were, in order, Anne Langlotti,
totype training spirit of carnival-time prevail r the effort and the combined
employees completed the first ing Friday and "Saturday, May Barkers will shout their wares, teamwork of in Miss' Naval Hospital; Mary Miller
everyone
conducted George H. and can an"girls will dance. The gov- Miss NATTCenter; Virginia
course, by island 16, when a gala midway ernment well -
to
Elliott and Company of New York will be lined with gaily colored glitter and glamour of carnival as as It is our )Kerns, Miss Marine Aviation Detachment

City, a consultant engineeringfirm booths to amuse and entertain season will rule. Fight farts will citizenry generally. a NATTC; Barbara Ann

in March of 1952. the thousands that are expected. even be able to 'see the Friday pleasure this to congratulate you Pepple, Miss Fleet Air Wing 11; .'
To Increase EfficiencyIn night heavyweight championship on outstanding achieve. Sue Adams, Miss NAS Cecil Field,
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Admission to the carnival is ment.
order to accelerate the pro- ,free, and the public is invited to '(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) (Please Turn to Page 2, Co1.1) _

gram 'and its benefits M soon as participate. Gates of the Naval .hc,. ," "" '. -., -. --- . ..
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posible, the second class was Inaugurated 1'/ .: .
Air Station will be open to all r7'F: : : .. 1
last October with local .. If'
comers, and everyone Is asked to
men in charge. Warren L. Lewis, invite their friends and bring ',. 4
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4) their families. The Carnival will

be held from 1700 to midnight on /

HEAVYWEIGHT BRAWL I Friday, and from 1300 to mid_ 3
night on Saturday

WILL BE TELEVISEDAT I An "All Hands" project, crews fm.L41.v: ,. i it _
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THE CARNIVAL : are ,busy designing and decora'

Figuring on staying home ting amusement booths,. rehearsing %. # 15tti
away .frpm the Navy Charity the big variety acts and or- t

Carnival May 15 to see the dering quantities of hot dogs, Mv;

Wolcott-Marciano heavyweight buns, and .cool refreshments.

fight? Three big aircraft Hangars

There is no need to stay at will house, the Carnival, rain .or
home. shine. Hangar 113 will house

amusement concessions and the R 1 :4
Carnival entertainment com 1
mitteeofficials famed "Eldorado Music Hall".
have announcedthat
'sets Displays of local merchandiseand
television 'will be
manufactured articles including 4w'Y
throllghout'the
placed Carnival !-
grounds the annual Jacksonville.
Marine Boat Show will be located
Of'e'set! which has a six- ---- ______u_ ______m
foot screen, will be placed in in Hangar 114. Kiddie- ROUND AND ROUND WE GO-While May Day" was celebrated In Communist countries- with-
land that haven of entertain I
the El Dorado Music Hall. political I rallies and a show of military might, VE-104's crew did It the old fashioned way-dancing
ment for the tiny tots, and the around the may, pole. It was a double celebration, with May Day the squadron's anniversary.




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;jfl Friday Weather- Partly.Report cloudy and REPfl'.i I

X AQtol-urS cooler.Saturday-Partly cloudy with I l- :llTON 1


rising temperatures. --
Published exery Thursday for Nary' activities at Naval Air Station. Jacksonville Sunday-Continued warm and I (By Armed Force Press Service)
Klu. % I More than 40 per cent of the
As, Jacksosillle partly cloudy skies. A return to the one-year Service
Capt. Burnham C. MrCaffire .. ,...'. ...., ........ Commanding Officer for Good Conduct Air National Guardsmen called to
Coimlr. James H, Aimnrong .... .. ... .....I.Eaecuute]; OttkerKlfft ,requirement a active( service have rejoined the
Air Jaekc.at ilU { Medal h been announced by the
Hear Adm. Otborne B llardUcn ....... .. .. .. .. .. .... ... .... .. Commander u Guard upon return to civilian life,
Cs pt. Howard V. JIopkJi, .. .. .............diet of SUK Army and Air Force. Ex ecu tire Maj. Gen. Earl T. Ricks
feet Air Vii.a..Eleie. Acting
Capt. Arthur S. Born ... ...... .. 0. . ..'. ". ...x...... ..CommanderComdr. Order 10444 dated April 10, lists Chief, NG Bureau and Chief of
Joseph T. Thoinlon .........(Chief SUM Officer the change. .
TethvicU TnUlat the Bureau's Air
Itaral Air Ceatr Division has re-
Capt. Edwin !t. Peck ... .. Commanding Officer with the \
Coonlr. Richard S. Stuart--::.:::'::' :" '.::: :::','.::::'.:'.:::...Executhe Officer MAINSIDEThun. Enlisted men necessary ported.
>anl )l..riUlCapt. qualifications could receive the
Dwlgltt Wharton........ ... ..... ................Commanding Officer ., Kay T The curent strength of the
Capt L. A. Kenton .............. _............._. .._.....................................Executive Officer Remains To Be Seen award after each year of honor-; AMG is approximately 34,000. A
KAKTU able service during WWII, but
Capt. Easton B. Noble ................. ..................Comma ndtac Officer Van Johnson phased program calls for attain
Corndr. Anthony TruMO ....h...... .........................txecull Officer Fri., Kay 8 after the war, the two services ment of the full authorised 85,000

The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at' the U. S. Naval Air Station.Jacksonville. Titank ..... ........ Clifton We1 b urped the required time to three strength by the end of 1956.
Florida, end painted Uh non-appropriated foods
Sat.
at lie expense i* the government and ftm: : I'll1nI with NAVEXO8 P-35. Her. Kay 9 years. o
Nov.: W4X. -Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station. tileNn.1 The 49th Man _........ John Ireland. One of the new features of the
contract to
Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Jleaene Training Unit) Naval A construct 21 forty-
Air SUUorf Cecil field and the U. S. Natal Hospital. NATTCENTERThurs. order states that the GCK may
foot wooden rescue boats has been
Editor-And reW II. Planey ., May T be awarded to any EM who hasn't I
Alai tint Edilor- Helen Harper: Sports Editor John Chanat. AN: StaffrtepuiiMWKd has I awarded to the Thomas Knutson
CirculaUon-Dldrtou- Scared Stiff received one as long as he
: Hendenwn. PNSN: Mildred Mueller, SA; Shipbuilding Corp., Ilalesite, L. I.
llon-fctarro KWK.-O, JO3; VMan KIMK. SA. Dean Martin and Jerry 'Lewis honorable service after June 27, I ,
TheJAX AIR NEWS It a member of the Armed Form Press Service. N. Y., Rear Adm. Homer N. V1 al-
API'S, material periag In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe I Fit, May 8 lin, Chief of Bureau of has
of other 1950.New Ships,
written permission I of Armed Forces Press publication
matter, except by service publications U prohibited without: permission of Remains To Be SeenVan regs by both services yet announced.The .
Editor. JAX AIR AENVS.Kdltorlal John..onSat. to be printed, will outline procedures -
offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension SIM vessels are being procuredby
and.:238. .. Kay 9 on how the medal is to be
the for the
Titanic ....,............... Clifton Webb' awarded. Navy AF under
NAVAL, HOSPITAL e e single Service procurement. They
Summer Vacations will be used for
rrescue
Igo.day During
Thurs., Kay 7 ImmetUateMth.atlon of Ft.
I work in lakes or coastal watetx.
Treasure of the Golden Condor : Niagara, about 10 miles north of

For Vets In School Under Gl Bill Coinel Wilde Niagara Falls, N. Y., has been The Air National a e Gn1'iIl* add

Fit, May 8 ordered by the Department of
Veterans attending school under 110 completely rebuilt T- G train-
the months when they are out of Scared Stiff Army. The Installation will be used
the Korean. GI Bill will not ing planes to its unit training program -
Dean Martin and Lewis
school on summer vacations. Jerry to support activities of AAA units
checks for fall it has been revealedby
by
receive GI allowance '
Veterans who are enrolled for Sat., )(ay 9 In the Niagara Falls-Buffalo area.
the NG Bureau.
the entire school year will be Remains To Be Seen The fort was. inactivated December Approximately -
470 T-6Gs will then be used for
Eight Vying paid however during the breaks Van Johnson 1945. instrument and tactical trainingof

(such as Christmas and Easter
(C..Uaued from Pate 1) holidays) 'that take place from unit rated personnel.The .
Davidson Miss NAR training program calls for
and Gladys ,
time to time during the school 'F .
TU. A- Y .r i7k eventual equipping of the 27 ANG
year, Veterans Administration
V.*iatf will continue until May said today. wings, composed! principally of

13 the final day of the contest. a tactical squadrons, with jet planes

However, identity of the winner. and the latest type equipment in
The type of breaks in training
and runners-up will not be revealed the shortest time consistent with
for which allowances will be paid
until the Corona iol) cere- w kA military and personnel factors.
are:
mony at 2030 Filday evening of s .
II 1. Regularly-established recesses
the Carnival. ,
between terms, quarters or se Charity CarnivalContinued
Comdr. P. E. Greenlee Jr., mesters.
fti N Y .
Chairman of the Queen Committee 2. Regular school vacation per- < r ( from Pace 1)

has stressed that the Queen iods that occur during the school bout on television sets scattered

Contest is far from decided, and i year-but these do not include the throughout the area. .

that each candidate has an equal summer vacation when a veteranIs An added attraction this year

opportunity to win. "As it now not in class. will be found on the stage of the

stands," he pointed out "no one VA said two provisions haveto "Eldorado"'. Such big name television -

has cinched the contest. There is be met before a veterantraineemay and radio stars as Minnie

plenty of time left tor vigorous I receive his allowance for Pearl and David Cobb from the

campaigns by commands to put' recesses and vacation periods: I Grand Ole Opry in Nashville;

their representative over the top. I Art Mooney and his band featur-

ing Cathy Ryan Alan Foster and
First the school must be -
reminded that the operating ------ Kerwin
Personnel are Sommerville<, plus oodlesof
on a tegular semester or
smaller commands have as much I PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS professional local favorites and
quarter basis and must certify
chance at victory as the larger -Two local camera military and civilian personnelwill
on the veteran's emolsfient certificate hounds have received awards
commands since voting will be present a continuous floor
that he has been enrolled for their entries in the Sixth
pro-rated according populationon show.
for the full year. Naval District photography
( board count of military and And second the veteran actually contest. Charles Spitzner, ATC, Climaxing weeks of Queen
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civilian personnel) for April 1953. instructor at Airman Preparatory .. competition will be the Corona-

Valuable prizes await all con- must have resumed his trainIng School at NATTCenter, receives ..:,. tion of the first Carnival Queen
after the between-terms break* a gold cup from Comdr.
testants. The Queen will receivea Richard S. Stuart. and her Court on Friday evening.

complete ensemble donated by VA'a ruling will apply to vet- officer 01. NATTCenter executive(top), ,\ This elaborate ceremony is sched-

Cohen Brothers including an evening erans in school under the KoreanGI for second place honors in uled to take place on the' Mid-

dress by Lee Claire; a cocktail Bill during the 1952-53 school colored slides. Frances Dlaker, way about 2030 and for. the first
Adjustments P1I2, (right) of theNAS PhotoLab .
are now
year. being
dress by Junior Accent; a holds her trophy awardedfor time the identity of the Queen
made in the of
case veterans
dimmer suit by Saccny: a Kane- any second place in black and will be revealed.

Well street dress a Jantten beach who have' not been paid for their white. Both photos will be Entire profits from the Carni-

ensemble of two swim suits, a breaks in training.VA forwarded for final judging in val are earmarked for various
the Fourth Intel-service Photography -
Jantzen terry cloth robe and a asked these veterans not I Contest. approved charitable organiza-

pair of sandals by Fortunete; to write! in about their cases, since I .. tions in the Jacksonville area. 4 4I CII

.three pairs of shoes (one sport) letterswill, only serve to slow up ,


by *Mademoiselle a set of Lady; a Baltimore Lewis: handbag luggage -- the review ..process. II I District t Passenger Office Moves Thousands A Month I


(three pieces) and a hat by Stymied Jay gees

Jonquil. May Get BoostThe Whether it's a hop to Malta in Davis, who served In the most expedious and frugal trans-

Underwood Jewelers will give the Mediterranean or to Seoul in Navy from 1913-1942, is a. retired portation.At .

the Queen a >$450 diamond ring, selection boards will soon Korea; a train ride to Seattle or Chief Storekeeper. He present Davis has three enlisted -

Jacobs Jewelers will present her consider several thousand Regu- first came to NAS in 1915. personnel working with
a slow boat to China the Branch
lar and Reserve lieutenants, ,
with a gold banded "Ti8t.walch. Actual processing of
personnel him in the office. They are JamesA.

and Hart Hair Stylists will style promotion(junior grade to )lieutenant.for, temporary Earlier moves District thousands Passenger of office sailors here and for travel is not the only facet' Arendall, YNSN; Shirley L.

her hair. fiscal airmen a month.Embracing covered by the office. Dining cars DeLavergne, SN; and Joseph L.
this
{ year jaycees
J or troop galleys, baggage and Simecek, SN. I
Grand price for the Queen will seemed destined to be stymiedin the Naval Air Tech- equipment and other logistical
.
rank because of the Davis nical Training Center, the Naval ea.
be a weekend trip to Havana for items fall under the transportation -

two. This includes $150 in cash, Rider. Air Station Naval Hospital, NAS category. Priorities, routings, Why Not Send MotherA

transportation from Jacksonvilleto Cecil Field Fleet Air Wing mode of travel and travel costs Nice Message Sunday

Miami and return two round kelstein Co., a gold wristwatch Eleven and Fleet Air Jax In- commensurate with naval effic- Mothers Day greetings tele-

trip tickets from Miami to Havana donated by Jacobs Jewelers, anda cluding its air groups, squadronsand iency are all the responsibility of grams may be filed anytime this

via the Peninsular &: Occidental Phllco personal radio. units, the Transportation off- .the office. week for delivery on Mothers

Steamship Company and Third place winner will receivea ice covers over more than half The Transportation Office= Day May 10. The Western Union

weekend accommodations for two gold wristwatch from Jacobs the world In its operation. also lends assistance U naval office at Mainside, located in

at the Hotel National- de Cuba, Jewelers, hair styling by Hari HairStylists Headed by Talmadge A. Davis, personnel on unofficial travel. Building 3 is open from 1000 to

Havana. and an RCA personal assistant to the-Sixth Naval Dis- Special attention is given with l&OO on weekdays, and -0900=I200

The second place winner will radio. trict Passenger Transportation the Transportation Office serving Saturday. The Western Union

receive hair styling by Hari HairStylists The remaining contestants will administrator the office is located )- as a liaison between personneland office at NATTCenter is locatedin

a Lady Baltimore,ward also receive( gold w lltwatc* in Building 500 at the Cen- I various travel media so that Building :517, with hour) 1100-

robe ewe donated by Harry Fin- from Jacobs Jewelers. ter. personnel can be provided the 1900.hIIt .



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Veritable Playhouse tCsJiIIj1flj( ( Training Center "


I Fun For The Young'uns At Kiddieland r POoftheWeekHonors I 'r


To Salvos
While most carnivals go all out ,
to attract the the r ; Tct
grownups, Navy
(T/if It thf I trtonJ In new P.."".
Carnival for Charity has been
O//tr-of{ At.\\'",l ,.*!.g III( llif JV_ix.{
making its Kiddieland hangarone .
Air TM/tnbal/ Training Cmlrr, )
of the outstanding features Step right up! Step right up!
A newcomer to the Center i is
that seems to and .
grow grow Join1 the fun at the Carnival. It
with every year. Peter Salvus, J03, who recently j I
Planned and operated whollyby has the flavor of circus days and reported to the Service Information

personnel of the Overhauland state fairs-of cotton candy and office from Commander Na ;

Repair Department, ideas the calliope. To hold the glow val Forces Far East.
decided what to do,
pop up like mushrooms every after you've Salvus spent 32 months with
year. Kids and what the kids en t 3sn e you take a chance on these-you Commander, Naval Forces Far

joy is about the main topic of can't loserUroberto's! East and his working assignmentsas

conversation among the 3,400 Clrru*-Vasek joineda a journalist took him aboard

employees who don't seem to circus as a small,boy (the cherished .- the carrier USS Bataan cruisers

mind how much time or work dream of the small boy in USS Toledo and USS Rochester,

they devote to amusing the every man). lie grew up in a oft Korea and as far north as

youngsters. family circus travelling Europe as Songjin and Chinnampo. ..

1' acrobat, trainer, bareback rider, He "covered" the commando
4 '.
UNDER THE direction of et al. Four generations of Um-
raids of the
Czerl H. Corbin for the fourth bertos had made the circus with ,

year, Kiddieland is offering 20 ... ... _....n..m___ .n_.....____ .....nu_'..._ __,.......__.___. .__ all the traditions, trappings and Royal 1 British >,, 'j, :"".':""'<, ,+,:, i.,

new or held-over favorite game ;, PREPARE KIDDIELAND-Named for Capt. Leontdas D. lure around which Vasek's rise Marines i at \:". 'M'

booths, all of a size for tots; a Coates, Overhaul and Repair officer at NAS lax, "Coates Farm"Is to impresario Is woven in a color. "
staffed and sure to be a prime favorite with the kids swarming over the ful tale. Tanchon in
fully equipped nur- KiddieUBd Hangar daring the Charity Carnival MaylS.U. FencedIn
sery, two large stands dispensinghot with white pickets the farm includes the house shown above Memoir .f a MMjcet-Thla Is a December, 1952

dogs hamburgers and soft with Franklin Floyd giving: the roof a final check; a typical red classic. It you haven't read it, by "just to get a

drinks; cotton candy and snow- barn; a mail box; an outhouse, and miniature farm equipment, In- all means do. Many, are familiar story" Prior to

ball machines and seVen glorious eluding a hay wagon with De La Mare's poetry: the
returning to his .Ijj
rides no youngster can resist. tures and farm. equipment make where off-springs lost in the poetic quality of his prose is superb _

The rides include a special on this a storybook attraction as shuffle will be cared for until In the memoirs of the tiny home in Seattle Satins

on the big red engine from the appealing to adults as children. heroine who Is no bigger than the in March, he had served since
proper delivery .is made, is being
Navy Fire Department; a live family cat. August with the First Marine
set up square in the middle of Division in Korea and with
merry-go-round; a tiny train anda the
THE IIANGAR itself will be The Bljf Top-Next best to the
big new special excursion in a Kiddieland hangar. A PA system United Nations Command Advance
an eye-catching sight bedecked real things 1 Is Bradna's acount of
hayrack all around "Coates with bunting, balloons,' gay cut- will be used to aid in returningtots his 42 years with The Greatest Camp at Munsan base of
Farm" Named for L. D. to the of Mom and Dad. the Panmunjom truce talks
Capt. outs, and staffed by an array of arms Show on Earth. lie recalls the

Coates, Overhaul and Repair officer cowboys, clowns Indians and Kiddieland will be in one of inside story, the ambitions, jealousies During WWII he saw duty in

at NAS Jar, the farm is as other characters loved by youngsters the three hangars housing the tragedies, triumphs and the Pacific, he was also stationed

complete as ingenious minds and from time immemorial.Even giant annual Navy Carnival for loves of both the people and animals at NAS Attu in the Aleutians

carpentry can make it. A farm the Cisco Kid will be on Charity which opens at 1700 who make the humor, Jhe where he edited the daily news

playhouse, such as kids dream hand to greet Kiddielanders, Friday, May 15 and runs through pathos and the excitement of life paper. He went on active duty in

about; a real Red Barn, pint size; whatever their age. midnight Saturday, May 16. In the unique world of the circus. July, 1950, after the outbreak of
with other pertinent farm struc- the Korean war and reenlistedin
Good news for parents is word Man on a Tight rop -Whether
the Naval Reserve for sic
that a Lost and Found Bureau, BLOOD BANK based on fact or fiction, here is yearsin
Center MAD AcquiresTwo Tokyo. He is a former'staff
an entirely different circus story
member of Pacific Stars &
BOX SCORE which should be classed first as
AddedTo I
New OfficersNew 14 Stripes, Far East service paper
an escape yarn. The Czech owner, .
No. Quota Per.Sch -
officers now assigned smuggles his entire circus from
]Met rent
Blood
duty with the Marine Aviation behind the Iron Curtain. Complications Variety Show

Detachment at the Training Cent NATTCenter 190 359 183.6 inherent in such a feat

ter are Capt. Guy M. Gipple, Donor ClubFourteen Fla Mil Dist 5 5 100.0 create the suspense. It makes Scores Hit

who is now Liaison Officer at Security 5 5 100.0 good reading now and the movie,

ANP( ) School and CWO Hilton new members have Special Serv 4 100.0 which we understand Is soon to

Hamilton new Mess Officer for joined the ranks of the Half-Gallon Marine Bks 3 3 100.0 be released should be a magnificent At CenterA

the Detachment.A Club, bringing the present Communications 3 3 ..00.0 spectacle.The .
little bit of everything in the
native of Bell, Ca1i(., Capt. total membership to 391, as re- Medical 2 1 2 1 100.0Dental 100.0 JUn lIn&", Wizard of theCircua"Clowns way of entertainment was t. wed
ported by the Armed Forces
Gipple came here from nine performing animals -
at enthusiastic
an audience last
Supply & Fiscal 26 24 92.3
Blood Donor Center at the In-
months as a fighter and fighter- thrills and chills, these makea
Wednesday as Special Services
Reserve Fleet 75 66 88.0
bomber pilot with MAG 12 in firmary.The circus." But there Is more to of
department NATTCenter
H 12 85.1 pre.
Korea. He is a ten-year veteranof new members include: Operations Administration 5 4 80.0 it than that! To become the outstanding sented its first variety show.A .

service. In World War II he Clyde L. Brown, EM3, Sub Public Works 25 14 56.0 circus in our country cast of 35 were included in

was with VMF 212 on Okinawaand Group 1.Warren. Naval Uospita1.16 8 50.0 tokk the Rlnglings years of trial the big twelve.act- program, with r
VMF 218 In the China thea- and error, disaster and disappointment
A. Britton, QMSN, Gcn Cove Spgs. 30 11 36.6 Wave BoW Borrowes, SN as
ter. to make the success story mistress of ceremonies.
Sub Group 2. Com.'airJax: 128 44 3t3FAWll
Hamilton, on his 18th year in Clifford C. Galay, DC1, NAT 43 12 27.9 which started with a barefoot boy Included in the cast were Pfc.
the reported here from learning to ride a plow horse and Art Wilson
Corps, TCenter. Cecil Field 15 3 20.0 impersonator of sing
LeJuene, N. C. A residentof to balance a plow on his chin. acrobatic dancer
Camp ers; Marsha
Lt. Arthur J. Dumser, Jr., Fas- NARTU 7 1 1 14.2
Monticello, Florida, he was ron 109.James. 0&R 90) 2 2.2 Younger brothers perfected their I Rogers, ballad singer Ensign Roberta -
with the Fourth Division on Roi- own accomplishments and the Gregoire, vocalists Louise
IRD 1 0 0.0 I
Namur, Saipan and, Tinian dur A. Robinson, ADI, NAT- Engineers 1. 0 0.0 show was on the road. A true I Castagna, SN and Pfc. Eddie
World War II. TCent r.Joseph. story of rags to riches for those I
ing AIM I 0 0.0 Johnson; Tap dancer Sim Ciccis,
J. Budna, Jr., AD3, who love a Carnival. I SA
pianist
; George Shepard, SN;
.
NATTCenter. ventriloquist Do b 1 Borrowes
;
RECREATIONASURE Charles C. Randall, SN, Sub
balance artist Bob Campbell, SN
Group 2. baritone John Payne ADZ, anda
'tc. Arnold L. Beckman NAT-
Hawaiian vocal group led by
Visit the USO Servicemen's Club TCenter. P/c. William Brown

above the Beaches and Air Base Pfc. Edward W Whaley, NAT- The Naval Air Technical Train "-

Bus Station. Open from 0930 to TCenter. ing Center combo furnished the
2330 daily. Richard D. McConnell, AN, musical background.

THursday, May 7, 1830-USO Fasron 9. I .

Sunbeams visit NAS Hospital Jack E. Dempsey, Supply and CAG.tVives Slate

Open House, table games, TV, Fiscal. i U r
library, ping pong, dancing to Joseph L. Kohler, BM3, Sub s ry Fashion Show Monday

juke box"Friday Group 4.Robert. Carrier Air Group 10 officers

May 8. 1800-Cabarette. M. Hill, AN, Fasron 9. wives will sponsor a style showat

Sweet music and good food; 1930 T/Sgt. Reginald V. }Franklin d > j/ r Cecil Field auditorium May

-.folk dance instruction; 2200- NATTCenter. / 1 for the benefit of the Cecil

Cootie Party. .i Field Chapel and to help establish -

Saturday, May 9, 2400-Mary Jest for AcademySet a nursery there.
1p
Smith's Singing Spree; 2000 For July a a Door prizes, music, entertain '

Orchid Girl Formal Dance, NAS : k ment, and refreshments will b
Jumping Jax provide music Navy and Marine Corps enlistedmen __ featured along with the lingerie,

May 10, 0930-Dunking interested in trying for ap w' sports clothes, afternoon and
Sunday .. ....... ,..',
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Round Table; 1030-off to church; pointment to the Navay Academy 1'N' evening dresses and childrens
in the DEVOTION TO DUTY"-TSgt.Vllva
will be able to compete
1400 -' Mary Smith's Singing E. Corley. of Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter, receives clothing.
Spree; 1600- Bridge Instruction; service-wide preliminary examination the Letter of Commendation Medal with Cmbat "V" from Tickets are available for the-

1830-Vesper Service Lila Davis held July 6, the Bureau. of Lt. CoL James C. Lindsay, CO of the unit Corley was awardedthe 2000 affair from any Carrier :Air

pianist; 1730 Refreshments; Personnel announced medal far his skill la Korea While im charge .! a hydraulic I Group 10 officers wife *r can He
maintenance ere wef a flgfcter squadron, he designed and built a
Both regulars and reservists on I reserved
1830-Record a special greetingto by calling Mrs. Kleinat
device t* find failure In 2t mm cannon when such failures were
send your( Mother( active duty are eligible endangering the squadron's .per tl.nat efficiency 8U3I03.r .





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rage Four JAX AIR NEWS 7 May 1953


Coming To "Lfve"-Instrument Panel



Jax May 19 FortNight 4 First Jet Instrument Link



At Opera'The Trainer Now In Operation

second annual "Night at _

the Optra" under the Joint sponsorship -
of the Jacksonville Male The first Navy Jet instrument link trainer to be assigned to this

Chorus and the Woman's Civic area is now in operation at NAS Cecil Field under the supervision of I

Chorus, is scheduled for May 19 Fleet Air _TafUennville Aviation Training Aids Unit.
---- ----
at 2015 at the George WashingtonHotel Open to all Navy pilots, it will 1 I 1 -
1 auditorium. enable fliers to 'prepare even for it is not an operational, or

The combined choruses, assisted more fully for problems of jets I movement simulating model.. Instead

l>1.three internationally known under instrument conditions. all training is done by using -

opera' stars and 30 members of When aviators climb into the the "live" instrument panel.

the Jax Symphony, will presentthe new link trainer they have before Stalls taxiing, take-offs, bank! ,

'opera Cavalleiia Rusticana { them all controls and instruments time and distance_ check!, and

Dr. Clarence Carter Nice will __ s__ necessary to simulate completelythe rough air effects can all be"manufactured"
direct n.mn nnm actual flight of a singleseatedjet on the cockpit
Claudio acclaimed JET LINK TRAINER-Pilots striving for improved Jet Instrument dials and gauges.
Grigeiio, fighter.
as proficiency ran now utilize this NAS Cecil Field link Instrument trainer operationsin
having "one of the most beautiful trainer in which "student" Lcdr. Jack Breen (left), skipper of Situations ManufacturedNo the have'failed to
voices In existence, today" will VF-lx Is seated. Ills "instructor" Is Capt. John W. Byng, com- movement is made by the past present
sing the principal baritone score, mandng officer of Cecil Field. The link trainer is the first of its "enough of the total problems of
link trainer during the operation,
while the dramatic soprano part kind in this area. jet aircraft handling under adverse -
visibility conditions.
will be carried by Miss Selma
VC-62 Fasron Six VP-3. VF-34 VA-3S Report Corrects Errors
Kaye, who has just returned from ,
Now an entire instrument
successful
a European tour The
third artist has as yet not been "flight" can be made by the
revealed. Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadronsrecently operating' pilot, during which he
meet and with
Choice of seat locations is limited may cope all the
problems of bad weather
a hop.
tb
a "first come first served"basis. VC62Considerable -
Tickets sell for $UO and enthusiasm has Caruso Electric nine 11.1 in Fri by two VP-3 flight crews, When a pilot makes an error

tan be obtained at the Jax Air been stirred day's night-cap. who. proceeded to fly them to their of operation, telltale J lights will
News offices, Building 930. the among VC-62 personnel Fasron's Kegler's share first destination of Prestwlck. Scot flash. This enables the operator

The combined choruses includes ,by in squadron insignia contest place honors with the Marines and land. to discover and correct mmt d-
now
progress. Mid State Steel and Wire Co. in lately any faulty technique.
several civilian and_ military personnel Several interesting ideas have At Prestwick they were met by
from the Naval Air sta- already been 'submitted and the Veterans Bowling League after British Royal Air Force representatives An instructor's "console" contains -
Judging dropping two out of three from and the an automatic monitoring
tion, including F. R. Gardner L. personnel will have difficult delivery was com
a the Still last week of the students
pleted. system engine and
M. Greene, Harry -Amante, and time selecting the best entry. The
H. B. Steen, all of the Supply department man submitting the winner will In the first game the Keglersfell Some of England's most historic airplane' operating"system.' Many
816-855 but came back In the factors are 'automatically required -
; Dorothy Houghton, receive $25.: landmarks were visited by crew
second with an 833-785 win. The by the link trainer but
NAS administration; Lt. Charles! Back on the block this! Saturdaywill members. London's Big Ben Tow
third match was the second! defeat other operating conditions can be
Scharfe; S. J. Wachter, A KG and go VC-62's golf trophy, which er andVlnston Churchill's homeat
for the home team as the controlled by the i instructor.
K. C. SN. Tickets also
Bissel may was conceived by Lt. James P. 10 Downing Street were included
be'procured from any of the above. McDaniel last year. It Is composed Still came out,on top of a 763- in the tour but the high- a wristwatch.
I' 805 contest
.
of a brassle club head, a light of the trip was witnessing Bob Werner ADC, succeeds
Charles N. Hontz AMAN
was!
,m ,'"J"'' pIYr miniature beer bottle and an over- the changing of the guard at Dodson as leading chief
married to Lizbeth Gibson Fridayin
sized golf ball.Composite Buckingham Palace To forestall any future questions
ceremonies held at Kingley
Squadron 62 and Patrol Squadron 3 personnelwho about the haze present around
Ga.The bride is a native of Jax
Fasron 109 were participants in While the groom hails from Coal- made the trip included Lt. Hangar 140 last week, a spokesman
? a personnel swap recently when dale, Pa Richard R. Fegreus, Lt. James T. for VP-3 announces the men

James L. Doyle, AD3, and Hubert -. ..* Langston, Lt. Ishmael M. Blum, were enjoying the cigars distributed

M. Turner, AD3, exchanged billets. \'('-s Lt. Edwin Kryspin: Ensign JohnE. by Bill Hendry, AMAN for

Newton H. Wilson, A El, is on Custody of two P2P-5: Neptunes Humphrey Lt. (jg) 'WillisA m the birth of a son, and by Jim

TAD orders to Teeteiburo, N. J., in Burbank, 'Calif.,, was accepted Lebert; Gordon W. Cornelius, Manning, ATAN, for the birth ofa
where he is ADC and William H.
I receiving factory ; Dowling, daughter. .
training Joseph D. Foelsch, AM3, ALC. William Judison, III, the Hen-

has been dhlchat ged. Comdr. Barbee Relieves In addition were Charles G. Anders dry addition, weighed in at 9 Ibs.,

:c Jk Lcdr. Howard Skidmore, VC-62 Houghton' At VP-5 AD2; Ronald D. Broman, 3% ounces, while Deborah Lynn

executive officer pitched and bat- Command of VP-5 changed ALAN; Elmer G. Hartzell, Jr., Manning tipped ,the. scales at 8

ted the squadron nine to a 9-2 hands last week with Comdr. AOAN; James F. Hennedy, ADC; Ibs., 3 ounces.

decision over VF-174 recently by James C. Houghton relinquishingthe William L. Bradley, ADI; ElbertB. Spending last weekend in Minnesota -

,. ) I allowing only six scattered hits helm to Comdr. Albert R. Bar- Brunson, Jr., AOl; Henry } were Lcdr. Francis J, CarL -

; and collecting three himself, in- bee, formerly of the Joint Tac- Burgess, AL2, and James G. Dow- leen, Lt. Gordon J. Hartwick, Lt.

.cluding a double. tical Air Support Board Fort ling, A T3. Aage J. Schou, Chester' E. Kukla,

4ASO Extra base blows were also Bragg, N. C.Commander. Farewells were made to a AMC; Donald J. Dowling, AD3;,
turned In by left fielder Al) Bullard Houghton hs to "grand guy" last Friday when Romaine H. Van Rossum AD3;
report -
and catcher Jack Crampton as Ronald L. Johnson and
to the Military Assistanceand the CPO's of VP-3 along with PNSN
they turned in, fine support Alexander Essaides' A
Advisory Group in London, their wives, said goodbye to former T3.
Two faces were missing from England. leading chief Cliff Dodson,, Gary Patterson, AA, operations,
the ready room last week but four Commander Baibee AMC. He has received his ordersto announces his engagement to Billy
LONG, FEI.LA-Oft for others have taken their place. -Lt. was gradu Mae Smith of Tenn.
Panama Klngaport,
where he
will
ated from the Naval join his
16 weeks OCS training Is Aus- Academy in
( .
jg) Thomas E. Stanley received *
tin OToole, AOCAP) (right) 1939. Before reporting to Fort I daughter and her husband.As .
as well-wishers William De- his orders to PIC in Washingtonand Bragg, N. C., he was assigned a parting gesture in appreciation VF-34
Hart, ACCAP( ) (renter) and Lt.jg) Arthur F. Conde has duty with the Bureau of Aeronautics for the job he has been Fifteen men have either reported
Mike Pripeton ADCAP) shareIn departed for the Armed Force aboard
a congratulatory handshake. in Washington, D. C. doing well for the past three years, or have been separated
Special Weapons Project in Albuquerque
OToole was selected under the Chief Dodson was presented with from VF-34 recently

Navy's new program for. OCS ,..N. M. r .""". ,,.. Lt.jg's) Frederick W. NehringJr.
Lt. Clare E., Elicker .n.wMgo :+ ;acy.pwr"+ y
and
training Lt. .a ., John E. White, Theodore C
Hunt "D" Williams have returned Llewellyn, and Robert S. Chew

OC School from TAD assignments to the Jet Jr., have been detached to Pen-
instrument school at Key West. sacola.

The two new officers repotting Lt.Jg( ) William P. HarrisonJr.
,
For O'Toole aboard for..the first time were f l+wr".S',4 ., ; ., has returnedto inactive duty
.
Lt. William V Moore and Lt and is continuing his educationat

Of Fasron 6A Charles F. Demmler..N L the University of Alabama.
,
Enlisted men reporting aboard
story in the Jax News is one j
Fasron Six have
'R C'RY been Ronald A. Mitchell, Jr.,
\\ay- of attracting attention- John I. DeStefana SN, and AOAN> Edmond B. Putman, Jr.,

even though facts submitted were Frank R. Glover SA, checked in ADS; John Van Der Sliiys Jr.,'

in error. after being TAD to Special Serv- ADD; Allen J, Moore, AD3; Nor-
A recent account credited Alva ices for the past six months. man P. Miller AOAA; WarrenL.

Jordan, AEI, of Faet'uLant Detachment Back from the hospital after a Spillers, SA; Jack D. Cole

Two as the only man 9 day stay la Alexander Flynn SA, AEAN; Elliot Stern, AD3; Nor
. chosen from Jax to attend OCS who returned last Friday.In man E. J. Larivierre, ROAN and

training. the Men's City Softball N Lloyd Enos AD3. ,
However, late reports show League last week Fasron's Banshees a. .,. .

there are others. Among the were handed a 9-1 defeat VA-35

latest is Austin E. O'Toole, AOC by Bolena Construction Co. and DHUt'1 R. Rasnmsittn, AKAN,
(AP) of Fasron Six, who will be fell before the. league leading who left VA-35 In February to
the 48 candidates to attend -- -
among play with the AirLant champion
OCS classes which convene nextweek. late in WWII Upon completion GREETS SUCCESSOR-Comdr. Albert R. Barbee, new skip- ship basketball team, has returnedto
.. of the 16-weeks training course per of Patrol Squadron 5 is ushered into his new chair by depart the squadron. .
ing squadron boss Comdr. James Houghton The
One of the few AP's in the he will receive En- new skipper He
a permanent was selected to play with
comes here from Fort Bragg, N. C. while Comdr. Houghton '
Navy, O'Toole had flight training sign's commission. leaves for duty in London. (Please Turn to Page 5, Col. 5))
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Charity Carnival 1 I



BandwagonTakes \t' I


Show to the People SALTY HUMOR FROM


"The response has been terrific HERE AND THEREA

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little backwoods church foundits
That's the report brought
financial sledding bumpy.In .
back from the cities and hinterlands very
1 order to raise a few needed
] 'Florida and Georgia 4 -
.
dollars the minister said one Sunday .
by the Navy Charity i

Carnival touring bandwagon.A :
"As you all )know, a human
throwback the old medicine
being must have food in order to i
.
show days, where "you bringsthe ,
survive. The same holds true for
show to the people," the traveling .
a church. This particular place of
bandwagon has met with ...
worship la in a sad state of
pop-eyed at
response '
anemia. To help overcome this deficiency t
every stop-and there has been
I have Invented a new \
plenty of them. _
a8a collection plate. Whenever a quarter _j
A sight to behold as it leaves ,
6 or half dollar in contributed S Iii
the station each day, complete witha J
falls into a fur-lined pocket, !,
specially! constructed mobile ,
noiselessly. A penny or a nickel
stage, equipment truck and bus, 'sA, nla sAaorj will strike a bell clearly audibleto

the bandwagon has already completed the rest of the congregation,

visits to Jax, St. Augustine pr and a button, my beloved sheep,
Jax Beach, Waycross, Lake
will trip a device which will/ din-

City, Baldwin, Folkston, Ga., and ---.-- "-00__ charge a pistol. Govern yourselves ,

Green Cove Springs. TROOPERS-Entertainers comprising the Carnival Bandwagon are fast learning the life of a accordingly, and let us pray." '

Th traveling troopemMt stage trooper with visits to Florida and Georgia hamlets. The show which includes acts of all *
description is direct to the from this constructed stage. Practicing their
Keytsone heights and Hawthorne brought people specially The Co-ed giggled and! wriggled."Oh .
today, then can-can routine before shoving.off on this week's tour are Waves (left to right Mary Lou Hamilton
mote on sue-
Marcia Zimmerman, Dotty Thomas and Kay Fascl. atop IU"! she cried, "you'ietickling
-hlve day to ,Brunswick, Ja., ---- -- me."

St. Simon, .Ga., Gainesville, ..
"Aw, I can't help it," he said,
Daytona Beach, Manning, Elle- To Induct 32,000
3lChiefCrosbyNasAlready
Only I holding her a little closer! "I'm
berber, Lake Under, and many l Washington (AFPS) The merely groping for words to tell

other between.smaller communities"*" In Logged-- 5,000. Miles In The Air I Defense that it will Department induct 32,000 announces men you how much* I. love a you."

s in June. This is less than
A promotional stunt plotted and 21,000
One of the Navy's youngest- Some women, who have had to
planned by Lcdr. Richard V. Dona the number called for the four
aviation pilots to ever log 5,000 watch their sons enter the armed
hue, Special Services officer and previous months.3,000th .
hours in the air is- Elwood A. forces, just can't seem to bear the
Andrew H. Planey, editor of the
CroSby, ADCAP), who completed I sight of other men out of uniform,
Jax Air News, the caravan includes his 5,000th hour last Thursday
LandingOn especially if the civilians are about
some 25 entertainers, who
when his plane touched the same age aa their departed
perform from the stage These
down on a return flight from sons. One blue-star mother was
name entertainers will also put on Norfolk Va.At Canted Deck
I driving her car In the countryone
their acts at the Carnival.
31, Crosby has flown an estimated v ; Sunday afternoon when she

Emcee of the bandwagon is Ed three quarters of a mill VF-34 PilotAn noticed a young fellow milking a-
Henderson, PNSN, Jax Air News By '
ion miles, a distance equal to 30 4 +

staff member, who is also talent" times around the world, at the edible replica of the USS cow.She stopped her car and Btl'Ocle

director, and officer.In-charge equator. Combined, the total Antietam (CVA 36)) was presented over to the chap and demanded

while the show is on the road is hours measure 208 days or approximately to a VF-34 pilot a fort- Indignantly, "Why aien't you at w

Ensign Earl Thointon.. seven months of night ago when his tailhook be- the front, young man?"

continuous flying came the 3,000th to snag the arresting Without missing single! squlit

Marine Students 0 wire on that carrier's the farmer drawled from the corner -

DESIGNATED. as an aviation Chief \ canted deck of his mouth, 'Caune theie
Crosby
Take Honors At pilot by Rear Adm. A. C. Reed, I As Lt. (jg) Cecil C. Davis ain't no milk up thar, ma'am."

first Navy pilot to ever" fly the era used in antisubmarine warfare alighted he was greeted by '

Atlantic, the young chief began He was later an instructor J. F. Aldridge, vice president 1.11"1 "Allow me to piewjnt my wife ':
'I ,
AO AN
SchoolsMarine
service in 1940 'at Pensacola. in this type aircraft.As the, McDonnell Aircraft Corporation to you" ", .:t

Pfc. Jack R. Coulson Highlighting his career, says a radar plane pilot in Juneof who presented him with a "Oh no thanks, I have one." '" ".4''n

Crosby, were flights as copilotfor cake model of the flat top. 1
became the third Marine in a row 1944, he joined Carrier Aircraft *

to top Aviation Ordnanceman former" Secretary of the Navy, Service Unit 24 in Wild- Lt. (jg) Davis, a Wake Forest A dumb girl counts on her fin

School at NATTCenter when he John L. Sullivan; former Secre- wood, N. J., and later became one 'College student prior to his naval gers but a smart one counts on' 1

finished top man last week. His tary of Defense, Louis A. JohnSon of the original enlisted pilots of enlistment, graciously accepted her legs.

8.78 topped 44 Marine and Navy and Fleet Admiral William that unit when it was re-desig his rightful reward, and *

personnel. (Bull) Halsey. nated at Fleet Airborne Elcc- offered to share it with the ship's One husband (')claims his wife la

Coulson was graduated from Preceding" his current duty tronic's Training Unit.A visitors. celebrating the third anniversary'

Coolidge Schoolin with Flag Administration Unit, native of Walterboro, S. C., The landing was performed of her 29th birthday '

ComFairJax, Crosby was assigned he has "checked out" in 10 typesof during a'n evaluation cruise out r ,

Washington, as plane commander, in addi- Navy aircraft and at present of Norfolk, Virginia. VF-34, currently Credit Union Expands

D. C., and Iowa tion to other duties, in both land holds both military and commercial based at NAS Cecil Field, Services Hours
and Some of these I j .
seaplanes. pilot's license. participated in the trials. .
a State College; flights included Presidential- mail The Board of Directors of the .i+

Jax Navy Federal Credit Union

s$ .. before? enteringthe runs. I' ;' 7 announces the employment of
y bf Marines in
EARLY STAGES of World Mrs. Anthony Breda as a part

'T i July 1952. On War II saw him as navigator and time clerk in the Credit Union

i co-pilot in Mariner Patrol Bomb- Office.
his way now to
Coulson The office, in Building 40, will
AirFMFPac at El Toro, Calif., he now be open for business from

claims Takoma Park, Md., as his r 4 G 'Y Fy40 / AH 1330 to 1730 on Thursdays and
hometown Fridays, and from 0800 to 1200 on

,Honor graduate certificate ":- --..;-= Saturdays. It is hoped that soon
I' in 'Airman (P) ; A dp the hours can be increased for

School last NOTESAnother the members.maximum convenience of all

week went to

Marine Pfc. regular, Saturday r Scouting The Squadrons
night dance is on tap for May 9,
Louis A. Papp, commencing at 2030.A (Continued from Pate 4)
:from South the AiiLant squadron while aboard
special exhibition by the the USS Leyte in Mediterranean
River, N. J. He fasci- '
world's greatest'and most
waters early this year. When the
I led 180' students nating magician, will be offered big carter returned to Norfolk he. .

with an.:: Fapp from 2200 to 2230. There is no began playing for AlrLant.
admission x-harge for this danceor
of 90.05 for the eight.
average An "all hands" squadron party
the added attraction.The BEGIN SAR OPERATIONS-Recently returned from the Mediterranean
week course.: For his next duty was enjoyed by the officers and
" demonstrations of this Patrol Squadron Three' has joined other Fleet Air
- station Papp selected Aviation Wing 11 units in Sea Rescue operations in this area. Getting the men of VA-35 at Cecil Field recreation
;" Electronicsman School at Mem- world renown magician are latest word on how to stow and drop first aid supplies to downed grounds lecently.

i phis. amazing.Girl airmen at sea, one of the many phases of SAR, are these VP-3ers.
John Morgan, PRI, (extreme right) lectures to (left to right, stand. Time out from the refreshmentsand
He admired the costume of the on subway, reading death ing) Lt.'s Robert Fefreus, James Langston, Gordon Hartwick: lunch was taken during the

leading,chorus girl. statistics: "Do yon realize every Joseph Beard, Henry Cason, and John Miller; James Kennedy day for a Softball game, with enlisted M
ADC; Leslie Chase, ALl, and (left to right, kneeling), Ray Anderson the officers -
personnel defeating
"Who made her dress? time I breath someone .dies?
AN; Albert Peterson, PRAN; William Palner, AN; Ernest
"The police." "Why don't you try chlorophyll." Fox, ADC, and Elbert Brunson, Aol by a 4-' count





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Annex Initial




imt; City Verdict

qirt Sax Navy' varsity softball nin

won its first Men' City League

i game last Wednesday, and did it

the hard way without a base hit.

I, The Fliers thumped Bolena Construction -

.1J YYB6 uur.a H' M '++1MII Company,. 3-1, at Lack

awanna park.
... /Whl With---John M. Chanrat
Bolena chunker Doc Hobbs
rye
For the past two weeks Jax Navy's varsity nine has been locked the door on the base hit

held together by a thin thread of desire which wavered be, closet much to the dismay of the
3 *
I locals- for seven innings. How-
tween next to nothing and nothing. Sunday, against the %
ever, alert base running and two

Miami Marines, the scissors were wielded with a telling blow boots by the enemy catcher pro

:which resulted in postponement of four and possibly six duced a pair of tallies in the fourth
TAKES EARLY LEAD-Joe Hawkins (center) of Jax Navy's
.- games within the next eight days. track team, takes an early lead in the 120-yard. high hurdles in. a which was enough for the victory.

Games Monday and Tuesday with NAS Sanford dual meet with Miami University at Lackawanna last Saturday Dean Boggs was hit by a pitched

were postponed. Ditto with a two-tilt series at Camp but finished third. The locals lost. 7/1}! t. 6Vi for their first de. ball to inaugurate the Jax Navy
feat in three dual meets. Both Hurricane unidentified
Lejeune, May\ 1M2. City League engagements with- runners are fourth and moved to second on

Post Nine, yesterday, and Hardage, today, were still ont Ralph Baughn's sacrifice. Left-

the doubtful list at press time. fielder Carl Polan l laid down a bunt

The knockout punch was delivered when Catcher Bob Jax Navy To Host fiND which was retrieved and thrown

wild, permitting Boggs to. score.
Horne was sidelined with a spike wound above the left kneein
Another bobble cleared the way
a play at the plate against the spunky Marines. for Polan to score after he had

The tough fibered little receiver will be absent for abouta Track Meet May 22Miami stolen second. Walks to Nick

week, and :there's not a No. 2 catcher in the fold. Proscia. and Jerry Thomas and a

Sweet and simply, there has been no reserve strength University pinned the first defeat in three dual scatter arm toss to second netted
track meets on Jax Navy's thinclads last Friday at Lacka Jax Navy its final run in the
available since the March 27. A heavy schedule
opener, wanna Park, 701/ to 60V, but the local's mile relay team seventh.

finally caught up with the locals, forcing curtailment until stole the show with a record breaking performance.triple The foe gleaned but one hit off

help is secured. Ken Stewart Bob Ross, Larry "Ding Dong" Bell, starting and
Events offered will be the 100
"Can't play a schedule without the personnel," White and Ed Scott breezed to a winning pitcher for the Fliers, a
220 and 440 dashes 880
averred Coach McCaffrey, who added, 'lt's a nine-man 3:29.5: in breaking the Lackawan- yard yard, leadoff double in the second which
mile and two mile broad
game and we haven't the prescribed number available. na mile relay mark with Scott runs caused'no damage. Two walks and

If I have to hold another spring training camp to find clocked in an unofficial 49.5 on jump, high Jump, pole vault, shot an error by Catcher Mo Hassan
discus javelin hammer
help, that's what it will be." the anchor leg.Triangular, put gave the losers their only run in
throw and hop-step-and-jump.
Ace reliefer Ralph Bennett, long on hustle and desire, Meet Friday KK9UI.TS the third.Name .

was utilized at second base for two games through Sun- Tomorrow afternoon the Fliers 100vd. Dash 1-Sorttt (J). 2-.SleW".
will in triangularmeet are compete a
day, but couldn't adequately fill the gap. His presence in 220-vd. Dash. 1-Scott (IJ) : 2.: Stew. Winners In
with Orlando and Patrick aifJS( 3-DI\8ld (M). Time 22.0.410.yd .
the infield was result of Tom Neely's hospitalization and a Air Force Basees at Lackawanna. D8 h. 1-White (13); :2-Helty Four Of
\ MM( J-Griffin (M). Time W,8. Flights
twisted ankle sustained by George Ligon. Starting time for the first eventis 8HO-y 1. Run. Wflbaura M) 2-
ROM (In; 3-Jone* (M). Time 206. HAS
There's more than meets the eye in this picture of whirl- 1400. Mil Run 1-Dillon ; 2-Mul'er Links Play -
(J); 3-Bancirt (M). Time 4'51.
pools and bandage. A few of the regulars are due for a I Of prime importance around local IJO-yd. High Hurdles, Donaldson Additional champions in the
cinder circles was the announcement (M); 2-B xler (M); 3-Hawktiu
rude awakening, if and when competition arrives at Mason (J>, Time 16.1.220yd. Station Golf Tournament were
{ that Jax Navy would Low Hurdle. lRnu"r.M' \
Field. host the 1953 Sixth Naval District ( >; BanMlon (11)) ; 3-Dlvald (M). crowned last week, with play
Time 27.2.
"Our lineup j is fixed, but only for the present time. Track Meet May 22. Comdr. P. I. Two Mile Run tDI1olM) ; 2- completed in all but one of four
Maurer (JI) ; 3-Uanoul IMI( ). brackets below the championshipflight.
Anybody who can produce has a place on this club for Culbertson meet director indi. Mile Relay. 1-Jax Ny (Stewart

the remainder of the season," noted McCaffrey, who told cated the event would be run Ro High,. White Jump.Scout 1-'tie Time Donaldson 3295.: (11)) .

this department he was anxious to take a "look-see" at either at Lackawanna or Lee and Davlson (M) 3-Scheall (J). HgU Bob Wallace defeated Ken Sutton -
6Shot 4 and 3, to win top honors
any interested candidate. High School. Put GroMman (M) ; 2-Brau.
tlJlam J 3 Bodmer J Dist 48- last week. Wallace
: ( ); ( ) was Jhree
The old adage, "there's always room for one morecouldn't 15 Events Offered 6'
/blwu down after the first four holes
:> \fc-Colllfter (ron 2Brau.tI ,
There will be no official team
be more properly used. Lackadaisical attitudes can I gam (J) : 3-FINda champion in the 6ND meet. Medals Bioacl J Jump. Sohrooder (J) ; 2Donadlaon I
be a bigger headache than a dozen curve-balling lefthanders. (M); Carrier (M), DUt.201lt after 18.Straight.
will be awarded the top three \ .
That, apparently, is the situation at Mason Field. places on the 15-event program. Javelin. 1-Peterson ;(J); Balrolo.. pars on the second It
vlrh <111) ; Angerlo ( i I. Dlst. VJO.
for Wallace closed out the matchon
_
However, this layoff may be just what the doctor or- Navy and Marine runners will I Pole Vault, 1-tie Parkinson (J) and
Bankxton (M), 3-lie Campbell (J) the 15th green as Sutton was
dered. Anything short of an all-out effort on the part of the compete with the winners eligible and Kelley (J).
Fliers when they resume action would come as a surpriseto for further nation-wide service unable to overcome the accurate

us. meets. Blind Bogey Prize shooting displayed by the cap
.
tain of Jax Navy's golf team.


I I Luttrell Hits .352 To Pace RegularsOnly I To Winning Scott blind number, Flynn drawn in lastweek's Schultz Larry win, the I-up Cooley first, on the flight.defeated 18th Milton greento Bill


bogey tourney at Hurst disposed of Chalmers Anderson

------. the station golf course was 76. 6 and 5, for second flight
two regulars were hitting base raps in 88 trips to the plate. output are the Individualtops. Erwin Scott playing without a honors.

over .300 this week as Jax Navy Bob Home, the pugnacious Handicap, and John Flynn 81-8- Play In the third flight is still

took a "forced" vacation to re- catcher who was with Charlottein Allowing but seven earned 76 deadlocked for first place. in progress. In the fourth flight

staff its dcpleated and injured the Washington chain before earned runs in 42 innings for a Bill McDaniel's handicap 73 Bill McDaniels defeated Pete

baseball team. Shortstop Lucky entering the service, trails Lut- 1.32 average, Clarence Eilertsonis was good for second place. I Gamasche, 4 and 3.

Luttrell has larruped the ball at trell in the list of regulars witha the leading hurler with four I.

a .352 clip to pace the locals, victorious .313 average. wins and ooe defeat. His 32.

in its 14 of their first 23 Aside from Luttrell and Home, strikeouts are also tops on the

starts. the reamining Jax Navy regulars club.

Hitting safely in all but seven have demonstrated little to rave Eilertson hasn't permitted an

games, the former Orlando pro about at the plate. Horne is dead. earned run to cross in 21 innings

fessional has three doubles, four locked with Leftfielder Joe Fay since losing, 4.2, to Florida State

triples and a pair of home runs for the most doubles with four I University at Tallahassee April .

to his credit along with 22 one while Luttrell's home run and ; 14. OJ

1.lar/p..ItI. G AD It II 2b. Sit IlK TH 1'0" fi'ae 1'1" 1'8 FO RRI Pet
Eilertson I .. .. ] 7 2 1
Jacobs i .p '..:..:.'.::::::..::..:..:::.::.::::. 1 8 2 3 0 0 g lA 0 1 8 8 3 2 3 4 5 3 :,389,375 sxs4"Sn
J.\lttrt'li.nns ....,..,...,..........,........,.._... 2.1 AA 21 31 :3 4 2 48 .12 0 0 111 1.1 IIJ .::15
Bennett, p-2b _.........,,,.,,.......,,._..__ 9 :20! s 1 '2 0 0 9 1 2 0 1 6 6.351) '
}:anon. p ...,.......,........,...........,.,_......_ 7 lR 2 6 1 0 r 0 7 0 0 0 1 1 4.33.1
home c _...._...._.,?_........_.__....... 2:1: 8.1 2'J 26 4 3 I M 9 2 2 2) U 26' .3&:1:
:'unk, p. 5 ] 5 5 0 1 3 2 313
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If a) 22 4 28 1 5 29 268
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IJjton, 2b .... ......?_..,..,........._..__?_ 1:1: 3R 7 8 0 0 0 8 I 2 0 10( 8 2 .:UlI I
Woloszyn, 15 17 1 23 3 0 3 1 14 15 .210ttbelson
I ([c.?::::::::::::::::::::::::::=: iJ g 9 7 8 f g 0 9 1 1. 0 : 7 3 :,206 .
COUfhlln. 7b .?..........,........_.____. 2:1: i 9T 16 IS 3 0 0 2\ 4 0 I 1& ::5 10 ,1l s.III
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p .. ...... :::::::::::::::::::::= 1f 4t 0 0 g :Il 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 g :.000 .
1 ()o lInlr. C _........._?..._..._ 1 1 0 0 0 n 0 0 Q 0 0 I 0 0 0.000 .
'l Prier. M.. ............. ...??,_........_ ,2 2 0 0 0 0 \1 o I o II 0 0 0 I 0 .000 t
(::) Sheets Clifford: ,p p_..=:::::. .::::::::::::::"': J : 0 1 g g 8 g g g g 0 0 0 1 2 2 g .0(10.000 L

Pltebflu/thrawa G Git CG W 1. JP 11 9 Ita an CO' HII 'tVP JJUlertaon.
right _. .... ....... ...... ......._ 6 4 4 4 1 .1 :n U '7 :aIi 3:1: 3 2 1.32 STATION GOLF CHAMPION Receiving the first plate
Bennett right .. "_..._._. G 1 1 3 1 25 12 1:5: 13 u n 3 0 4.1i trophy after winding the 1932 Statist Golf Championship Is Bob
Funk, right ?.?_.._....."..._ .._._....... :5 5 4 3 2 3'f 31 22 11 111 2T 1 1 3.2:1: of .
Wallace the lax
Jason right _.. ._ s 5 3 2 2 3'7 4G It l' 23 2S G 5 4.31 (right), captain NI'Y1.JlDks tear Wallace defeated
(C'I ClitCerd rlaM? ___..... ...._ 2 2 1 1 1 :IT :IIi 12 '7 II 4 It 0 3."BJaNM. Ken Sutton (center), i and S, in the finals last week. Sta.
right ._._..___,_.,. ......_ 4 4 1 1 1 2'i 311 19 18 1:5: II 2 0 6.4& Hon pro Jack Barrel (left) makes the presentation. Winners havo
BrunlnK rIght __. 1: IJ 0 G 8 4 5 4 3. t 1 0 0 6.75 .
h been determined Ia all bat of the four ..
sheets. rIpe .......... 2 2 0 0 1 U 10 f T 10 5 a 2 4.550 we remaining fticlatlH.
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Swimming Regs, I planted NO RUN at the plate HERE Is-Jax Firmly Nary Fliers Diumond Action ]

catcher Bob Borne, who tags
Hours Listed At Miami Marine Corps' John
Driscoll. The leathernecks won

this Ult, S-3, early last week at '

Mainside' PoolsNAS ;t ; r. Mason Field.last In Sunday a return the Filers engagement Postponed Unlll May 15 .


Jacksonville Instruction t bowed 12-3. eastern front cast of the enlisted .
4 .._._., All's quiet on the -
1710.1, released from the Commanding --- men's barracks that is. Baseball is the thing of the past at

: Officer last week lists Mason Field, or at least it will be until May 15-16 when the

safety regulations and hours of Parris Islapd Marines entrain here for a two-game series. 1

operation for the five Mainside After floundering around with a '
Home, fiat and only receiver on
swimlng pools. patchwork defense that failed to ,
Safety Regulations: the squad, sustained a spike wound
in three
produce but one victory
in the third inning that benched
I, Safety precautions will be
starts over the weekend, the Fliers :
him for possibly a week.
all
at pools.
posted: reluctantly eased out o'f varsity

%. Activities responsible for competition until a semblance of In lieu of Home's absence and

pools may pod such additional full strength could be regained. having already been without the

infttnictiom as they deem necessary services .* a regular second
M Coach Frank McCaffrey found
to comply with safety pre- baseman for weekend play, '
himself without a catcher following -
..."Uonll. At'tldtiM may also 1'' Its Coach McCaffrey cancelled all 1
the local's dismal 12-3 loss to
modify hours of operation InAo- game until the FI imaslon.
the Marine Corps Air Station of .
"
far as lifeguards are provided to Clarence Ellertson became the #
Miami Sunday afternoon. Bob
....r.ne'afpty regulation ru Ez. first four game winner of the season "

3. All personnel using pools will when he pitched and batted

obey the! instructions of the life- Local Tigers the Fliers to a 13-3 victory over

guards. I .: Jfl.fltRfleW3pts: { : the 508th Regimental Combat

4. There will be no swimming: Bump Beach I : Team of Fort Denning here Satur-

in the pools when thunderstormsor day.The

lightning in. the immediatearea. : win gave the Fliers a splitIn

Nine 146"Boots" I the two game aeries, as Friday

5. There will be no skylarking Brown, clubbed a three :: : : Bill Chilson silenced the local lumber '

any description or running; on the run sixth inning homer to lead for a 5-1 Red Devil victory.

pool deck at any time. the Jax Lefty Jim Ration (2-2) was
: Navy Tigers to their
C. o.ly .ne persoB at a time first win of the season, a 14-6 charged with the defeat.

hall be on the dicing board and of the Jax For the most part the Fliers'
pasting Beach 600

all die fag will be straight alie.d. .Club at the Beach park last Sun- NARTU Bests 16-1 were helpless against Chilaon's offerings -

7. All swimmers shall stay clearof day. Mayport but Lucky Luttrell, found

the area below the dicing them much to his liking as he
Previously the local colored
board. team had fallen victim to Rai- rapped out four-for-four including

8. No food or drinks will be permitted ford Prison Orange Park and For Lead In IM Softball two' triples.

in or around the pool area. LuttrrU's Brat Inning three-
the South Side Giants of Jack
9. No person having any formof baser and a siagle te left by
sonville. I When they fall, they fall hard. Mayport, in the National League
skin Dick Cordell laxXa.ts
disease running ears, sore produced
Willie Coleman was the win of Mainside intramural Softball gave conclusive proof of that fact
eyes, venereal disease infected I only run of the pener. ,
ning hurler against the 600 Club, last week when! it dropped a pair of tilts and fell from a first place
wounds The ilftllors counted three times
,* or wearing a bandag'eshall
fanning nine over the seven inning ; tie with NARTU into a three'team stalemate third. '
be permitted to enter the In the third on Rick Glaapapa'sdouble

pool at any time. Saturday route. the Tigers contest the I NARTU bested Mayport 16-1 the winners at the plate, driving a. walk to Chlison, Do.RedmOft. .

10. Prior to entering the pool, in what was billed as a show .'. alagle aiM a two nm
Jacksonville Dodgers at Kin&'sRoad across three tallies with a home
bathers shall take a shower, using down for first place in the Na- error by Jim Coughlln.
I park while Sunday they I run and single.FaetuLant ,
soap, all of which shall be rinsed tional loop. It turned out to be The Red Devils scored three un-
trek to Lawtey, Fla., to face theLa".te was for
off Giants. no more than hitting practice for easy prey earned runs in the second inningSaturday

II. No one may enter pool when ) I a NARTU: as Tredinnick, Horton, Supply, Tuesday, as the Store- to take an early lead

the pool is, secui
There will be no fancy Sally Loop Leaders safeties each. In remaining Tuesday games wild pitches by Cliff Stewart gave

IMdgoff the Aide of the pool. Week Series Later in the week 0 & G Commissary out slugged FAW-11, the Fliers a tally in the first.

13. No drinking glasses, bottles, Play thumped Mayport, 8.2, thus sending and Jax Navy went ahead to stay
of
10-8 Operations disposed
or any' glass containers shall be I Returning to home soil Monday, I I the darkhorse nine into a tie in its half of the second as Eilert-

permitted on the pool deck or in May 11, where thry always "play with Commissary and O&G for Communications:, 11.1, son tripled home Bob DeJoy and

the pool area at any time. pretty for the patrons," the Sally third place. Fasron 109 Wins Pair I Ralph Bennett and scored on a

Pools will be open Monday League leading Jacksonville Braves Trio Ties For Second Thursday in the National circuit fielder's choice to Coughlin to
through week long home stand I I make It (-3. ,
Saturday, 1000-2100 and open a Personnel, Supply and Hospital Operations defeated Faetu j

from 1200-2100 on Sundays. Pools I' which finds Augusta and Maconat I scored two wins each last week Lant, 12-4, and NARTU receiveda A walk to ConkII and singlesby .t

will not open on Sundays until Myrtle Avenue park for the and are now deadlocked in second forfeit from Medical-Dental. DeJoy, Bennett and MattWoloszyn "
the Church Pennant has been low- I first time this season i netted three
place with 4-2 records. Play in the American Leaguelast more runs
eied. will battle the local in the third. Luttrell
Augusta Home and
I Coming from behind with a big week ran more true to formas
I Braves in a four-game pet, ex- Fay doubled in the fourth off re- '
Fasron -
109 intact
Personnel kept
fifth inning, walloped an unbeaten
Awards Presentation tending through Thursday, May | O&G, 16-6, and later in the week record with victories liefer Auggie Hernandez to pad
14 after which the Macon Peaches the Fliers' '
I edged Commissary, 74. Ed Bur- over Fasron Six, 0-1, and VP-3, margin. J
Scheduled WednesdayAn will be gunning for a sweep of a goyne was the winning pitcher in 6-0. VA-175 maintained the pace MCAS of Miami left little 1,

awards presentation to three-game series, Friday through both tilts. with a forfeit from VF-171.: doubt of UK mastery of lax: .

members of the 1952 varsity Sunday. The Corpsmen took a forfeit II Fasron 109 ((6-0)) and VA-175 Navy with a convincing It-S '
football, swimming and box- For ticket reservations phonethe victory Sunday afternoon Ernie
from defunct Medical-Dental, ((4-0)) have led the league since
ing teams and the 1952-53 Jacksonville Baseball .Club, runk88 rudely listed for 15
var- Tuesday, and a similar win from the first week of play. A scheduled
sity and junior'varsity basket- 3-4307, or call in person at Room FAW-11, Thursday. showdown of the two lead liltft, Including a pair of horn -**

ball teams 7-F of the Schultz Building. I run Mt-baeman Da
will be held in the by Kmi -
a Wyatt Hits Homer ers yesterday was postponed be-
Mainside gym, Building 3 at \\ ".
cause of squadron activities, thus
The lowest average ever to win Trailing 8-6 into the final
1130, Wednesday, May 13. I final will Last week the Baracudaa
results be
delayed unlit
Communications
frame against
the battting title in the American ,
Further information be emerged with an 8-3 decision ina
can *
the middle of the
I League was .306: by Elmer Flick Supply pushed across four runs j month. '
obtained stand
by phoning Special one game at Mason Field.
of Cleveland in 1905. I for a 10.8 victory. Wyatt paced I Action around the junior cir
Services office, 593 or 512. I In Sunday's drubbing Doc Hun-
cuit Monday VF-172 defeat
I .. ,.. NrS...- .,.. .. t saw I ley handcuffed the local "swing- S'ers"
'Ov a !Oi VF-174, 14-7, and VF-43 bump
with only four singles. The
VP-3, 74. The win for VF172was
'Bad
Bird' Costs Leatherneck hurler retired 12
Its first of the season. VP-5
straight hitters before relinquishing -
Local picked a forfeit from VF171.
SkeetmanLed up
a walk to Home in the fifth.

Wednesday VP-5 decisioned The Fliers trailed
by Ken who 7-0 Into the
Pendergras,
VJ-2, 6.2, VF-43 defeated VF- sixth before Bennett and Funk
was.runnerup
in ClassA
20-gauge 172, 9-2 and VC-62 bested VF-
singled, Woloszyn walked an'l
competition, Jax Navy's skeet
team brought home numerous 174, 8-2. Home flew out deep to light to

TASIfSG manufacture two
laurels from the South Louisiana AMMtHAJS; J.tAf.lK; runs.

Skeet Club Spring Fiesta Open in >a Team. ,,' T Line scores:
Kan on 199! 6 I Fort Bennlng ... fM 001)) 110- S 12 0
New Orleans, April 24-26. otzy .. k VA.175: 4 0 Jag Navy ... ... 100 OUO (pbS II :1Chllnon
Pendergras deadlocked for the '[L VC-62 VK13 .i.1 2 1 Homo. and Ulampapa; Kason; and

Class A 20 gauge championship S's' Kasron Six Z 2 -
$tx VJ.2 2 2 Fort Bennlng ..:030 000 000- 3 ( 1
with 74. out of 75, but in a subsequent I 'F r VP-5 2 2 Jax Navy ... ... LU: 203 Olx-13 13 2,
V F.I" 72 1 3 Stewart. Hernmrde (3). Taylor 16)
shoot ot>. got a bad acting VP--J ,
"t and Glampupa; Irlletlson and Home
bird and it got from him to'roet VK.174 4'F.171
away
\ 0 6 MCAS . 0.11 003 :\26-2 n tIn
the'tiUe. ATIONAI. I fe.AM: KTeem Na\y ,. . (Is) Utt 010- 3 4 7
Joe Hayman, Herb Allen Bill W T. Huntley and. Farrell; Ftmk ant

Fruchtenkht and Tony Trusso all "' ........ NARTU __ a 4 QJ'eJ'acnn"l 1- Borne beJoyDoak < I.' ___
-
placed in their respective 'classes -----.. ." .... Hospital 4 2 Walker who made num.
Supply 4 2
*s the Fliers combined to capture SE"ENTJlINNING STRETCH-Reaching: out for a long throw Commlmry :3 2 bee "37" as famous in Texas M

runner-up in the Five Man Team .Is Jax: Nary first sacker Jim Conghlin in a game last Friday with May 06U:port S 1 2 2 Red Grange's ole "77" was every-

firing1. M8th Airborne Regimental Combat Team *f Fort Benaing. Red Operation* :. 3 where in this country a couple of
Devil runner is Don Trnmbo. The Fliers split a two-game series KartuLant 2 .1
Class B decades has licence No.
20 gauge championship KAW-11 1 3 ago, plate'
IX-3. Parr is Island
nine and winning
with the RCT losing 5-1. Communion!ion* 1 5
Was won by Fruchtenicht Marines are next for the Fliers, coming here May 15-1C. Mcd. it 1>c.nL. 0' 3737 ou his Oldimobile.

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Page_Eight JAX AIR NEWS 7 :May: 1953


rmnmm d, A To Show Latest Equipment f IIAt



(Items offering: for sale article

of properly such as washing machines 1 af, AF Day Observance

automobiles, furniture, radios -

clothing; and the like are A constructive display of latest types of aircraft now In use by

prohibited by Defense Department the Navy and Air Force in Korea will feature- an Open House occasion

regulations.. 'This column will, at the Naval Air Station in observance of Armed Forces Dayon

however, list such services as Saturday, fay 1*." *.
available housing, rides wanted ,
h4l ghty+ ,,,q, Cates of the station will open
and lost and' found articles or whose nose drops open to admit
promptly at 1300 in ample time
other similar notices) tanks, cars and similar equipmentjust
for visitors to see the first fly -
.
like ship.
a cargo
'
FOR RENT over of Air Force bomber type
aIn
Furn: room for business lady. 'rh: planes which have been requestedby '

88-9375 MIR. R. B. Bell. Capt. Burnham C; McCaffree, addition the Air Fore will

Finn.. 3-rm. apt Orange Park, rb project officer for Armed Forces have on exhibit its L19 liaison:

Ph 8-3524. Mi s. Jenkins. Day in Jacksonville. A'see.ond fly type 'plane for observation purposes

+ af over of a Carrier ; the famous B-29 bomber]
Furn room 1261 Challen St. Ph. Navy Alr'Croups, '
has been 1500 its KC97 super fortress which has
2-1707 Mrs, Wick.. 4 requested ,
I been converted as a tanker that
couple wanted to share bun. *
Navy refuels aircraft in the air; its flying -

: galow with woman, Mrs. ,De- ,>,>:,",>,,"" 'Vo'n>>._' ......__;; /Those interested in military aircraft boxcar that ferriesfreight
Mel. 4711 Attleboro Ph. 2-3362. will be able to get a close '
CONGRATULATIONS FOR THIS QUEEN-Official announcement -, and supplies; the F84 Thunderjet,
$65 mo.Unfurn view of the latest Navy jet fighter, ..
of one of the eight Charity Carnival Queen finalists was and early jet fighter; and the
the Cougar action
5im. bungalow Ortega, made with the, winner bring personally congratulated and the now Jn over Mustang, a propeller driven fight
9220 Harvard Mrs. Dow. runners-up commended for their fine sportmanshlp and showing. Korea. They will also see the Navy ,
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, NAS commanding officer, congratulates Banshee, a jet fighter often seen er plane.
Furn. 2-bdrm. apt. $60 mo. J110 Navy Nurse Betty Taylor of Medical as the NAS_winner. over Jacksonville; the long-range The public In cordially invited

Rivierla St. San Marco. Mrs Runners-up to Miss NAS Jar are ,(standing, left to right) Jeanette Neptune, patrol aircraft used for to view these exhibits, and remainfor
Public Works Artis Persons Communications Helen Pron-
,
Reilly
Hunter. ; ;
the second night of the
chick, Special Services and Josephine Duffek, 0 & R. Sitting (left. patrolling danger areas and coast- Navy
Futn. 2-1'm. apt. 296 Selma. Ph. to right), Susan Oehler, IRD; Dot Houghton, Administration and lines; the .attack bomber used in Carnival for Charity.Carnival .

2-6480. Mrs Neal. Oretha Wilkins, Supply and Fiscal. anti-submarine warfare; and the .

'urn. 3-rm. apt. Murray Hill\ Section -- Privateer, a front-line type of patrol

Ph. 81760. Mrs. Ballen- plane and also used in hurr'I- Talent
tine Eight. Final Queen Candidates cane hunting\ ,

'Furn. 5-rm bungalow. 2335 West- From Its bases at Hunter Field,. Queens Shows

brook Circle. $80. Truly A Representatitve Group I Ga, and West Palm Beach, the ,

Room and board in private home Have you been wondering about Air Force is "sending its huge
On Radio TV
In Ortega for gentleman. Mrs. 1-the eight Carnival Queen finalists Being a Queen isn't entirely new ,Globe Master, the air cargo plane ,

Stipp, 2-3420. -who they are, where, they come to her either, for she was a m.Y Radio and TV fans will wantto

Turn. :3 rm. apt. $65 mo. 7362 fI"Pnand other details? Queen In high school at Stow, EPS CertificatesContinued stay tuned in from now on until

103rd St. Bernen. 27832. or 2- Here is a brief biographical Ohio She admits, however. she ( from Page 1) the Navy Charity Carnival to

.. 2897, sketch of each of the eight command never had anything, ,quite like head 'of the Standards Section, see and hear the inside story of

Gentleman wanted to share gar. candidates. happen to her, before. thi'l Industrial Management ,office, assisted the Carnival.
apt. 230 West 8th St. Ph. 4-3590 MISS NAS J'A(>K ONVII.I.E-
by Morton V. Haas and
MISS FLEET AIR UlNG Queen contestants, personnel,
Furn, 5- 'm. bungalow. $100 I mo. Betty Lucille 'Taylor is a Navy Russell M. Proctor, also from Industrial and .entertainers will be featuredon
Nurse at the Blood Donor Center Barbara Ann Pepple, (the youngest
1300 Hamilton. Ph. 2-6952. Mrs. Management, gaye class shows originating from local
Bodden. where she has been !stationed since contestant, is & native of Jacksonville and in
.. room laboratory training radio and TV stations beginning
Unfurn 2-bdrm. house. Ph. 2- 867 July 1952. Betty, a native of Long and the ,daughter of Mr. and Time and Motion Study; Work tonight.

or Eat 786. 619 Center St. Beach, Calif., and a resident of Mrs. Galen AI Pepple, '1880 Wolfe Simplification; Methods Analysts, ''This evening at 2000, the eight
Dallas, Texas, started her Naval Street.. She attends Robert E. Lee
Method-Time Measurement and
:
Furn house. 2912 Broadway. Ph. ; Queen finalists will be interview
career in 1947.Winning H 2-6872. $85 mo. Techniques. ed over WMBR-TV on the Hotpoint -
i the Miss'Naval Air Barbara (is the fiance of Allen r After"21* lU'of. concentrated ,show. '
Furn. apt. $15 wk. 2918 Yale.
gar. Station title, she says, is about B. June, YN3, of Fleet Air Wing study, this group is now ready to
Ph. 88-7280 Mrs. Crumpley.Fum. Emcee Tommy Woods will use
the nicest thing that has ever hap 11, apply training by actual installation .
Carnival talent for his
dailt'shows
3bdrm. bungalow., 4134 pened to her. Betty is 5 ft., 7 MISS NAS CECIL FIELD. In the 0 ic R shops, and to
from 1615.1630 via WMBRTV -
Shirley. $90 mo. Mrs. Wright inches tall, with reddish brown maintain those standards on a
Susetta Adams of Administra.
May 11-13-14 and 15. O.
Ph 2-6000
hair and brown basis This is
eyes.MISS continuing
tion WM selected the final con.testant Program Tuesday, May 12, his program,
,House- to rent for 2 or 3 mo. Ph. FLEET; AIR JAX.AlphaB. at Cecil Field. "Sue," is part of the over-all Navy drive for will feature queen candidates.

23720. 3622 Riverside Ave. Mrs. Jensen Is a five foot, two inch a Southerner by adoption, having increased efficiency of operations Queens will also appear May 12

Lafferty. brunette with brown eyes, the been born and reared in Omaha, on WMBR-TV at 1000, sponsoredby

FOR SALE wife of Richard A. Jensen, AK3 Nebraska TO MAKE E56 the Viola Johns studio

a.bdrnhoufJe.. 4811 Riverdale Rd. of Fasion Six, and the mother of, A 5 ft. :5 inch brownette with BOOSTS PERMANENT Lcdr. C. J. Zane, NAS public
Lakeshore Ph. 2-6863. $950 a 10-week old son. She is a native
blue Sue is assistantto
deep eyes, i information officer will be gueston
down payment. F. W White- of Kasson, Minn. 'the Civilian Personnel officer Temporary promotions to pay WPDQ at 1045 Friday, May 15.

head. Winning a Queen title (is not at Cecil and a resident of Jack. grade E'and E-6 made last Another guest will appear over

S-bdrm. house. 4530 Huntington new for her. Alpha was Home sonville. year, are to be confirmed as the Shopper's Guide show from

Rd. Ph. 28934. Cdr. Overton. coming Queen attendant her junior permanent by instructions beIng
MISS NARTU.-Glady. B. Davidson WMBR-TV Thursday, May 14, at
Ilousetrailer. 33-ft. 1950 Landola. year at Kasson High School, 4709 Timuquana Road, is readied at the Bureau of 1000.. _
Lot 194,.Azalea Trailer) Park. and the Naval Personnel
following year was votedHomecoming
the wife of David M. Davidson, Lt. Jack Sandefur and Kim
Price $2950. D. L. Peterson, Ext. It not disclosed whetherall
Queen. In April of was
PR1, and the mother of two children Harper, staff member of the
630. 1949 she elected of the temporary advancements to
was
Queen
.. a boy and a girl. Jax Air News, have been Handlingthe
Unfurn. 2bdl'nhouse.. 6684 Gypsy Frolic Carnival at Rochester second. and first-class petty officer
Gladys is a :5 ft. 6 inch reddish radio and television portionof
Crest view Rd. Cedar Shoies. Lt. Minn. in 1952 will be made per
brownelte with blue ey\s. She the Publicity committee opera
Russell Ext. 8477. MISS NAVAL HOSPITAL. manent. BuPers gave permanent
has never been a Queen contestant tions. All stations in Jax and surrounding
3-bdrm. house. 2540 Post St. Call Anne Langlottl is a civilian employee status to all 1951 enlisted
before, but did do some "drummajorettlng" communities will be
Lcdr. Pawela. Ext. 380 or in Medical Records at the promotions to pay grades E-5
... at the Andrew Jackson airing spot commercials and 15-
2-7916. Naval Hospital where she has and E-6 last Spring.
High School here. minute tape recorded shows featuring
3bdrm. house. G.I. equity Mr. been employed for the put two

II Tefft, Ext 203. years. She is a graduate of Jax .. ., Navy talent.
.
S-bdim. house for sale or trade. School of Technology. Anne's ..
the A l lady's hat that will pever go
hometown is Jax
6284 So. Firestone Rd. Ph and she is '. '
of ':.,''i out of style is onethat will look
Mr. and Mrs '
2-3086 Mrs. daughter > 'A; N. '; ,,::
Gllley.MISCELLANEOUS Laniotti- 3201 Ph>llls. Five. ,'. as ridiculous, 10 years from now

foot; seven Inches and, blue-e'ed. <.it' ', .... aslt, does today.
,
Lost-Brown change purse containing brunette, she 'nas. never been a ;:' : -a aa

money and two rings. I Queen contestant before, but is Set Dates For 6 ND
One white gold opal ring and deeply honored with her new title.

white gold pearl ring. Reward. MISS NATTCENTKK. ,- Mary Pistol TournamentJuly

Call ext. 216 or 8184. Miller,, is the wife of harry Miller,, 3-4-5 have been set as

8 drivers to fill 5-car pool. Nep- AN, a student at AKA( ) School 4 n dates for the 1953,Sixth Naval

tune Sc Jax Beaches. 0730_-1610. and a native of Ellwood'City. Pa.' District Pistol Tournament, to

Ph. 8503. J. Gregory. An attractive 5 ft. 5'J Inch brown-: be held concurrently with the'

Ridets wanted to Providence RI.. ette with .brown eyes, Mary was Southeastern Regional Pistol

on or before :May 23. ExU 713 formerly a secretary; now keeps: Championships,at the Jackson.
..
or 8-6813. G. Chichester. house In Dewey Park. "'" vine Police Pistol Range.

Riders to Norfolk May 8.; Ext. MISS MARINE AVIATiON DETACHMENT i """..'.. ,., Jax Navy will defend the
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: q'J ...
293' or 26408. Mrs. Taft. \riC.-Pfc: Virginia .. .\ ; 6DN,title for the third consecutive

Will baby sit. Miss Joyner. 212(). Kerns, from Akron, Ohio, is ", time with Bob Stringer,

Jltr.tehe1r--Ph..2-9 OL_ __ .HQW sji\dent! ln Airman Schoolat .., _James- Thomas -John Lucas-
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Will baby sit. Mrs. Pendleton 5742 NATTCenter. "Ginny, who was : : Ben Preston and P. I. Culbert-

Cedar Foirest Dr. Ph. 888087. an X-ray! technician before enlisting GETS BENNY- SUG AWARD-Samuel Grant, Supply and'Fiscal son slated to do the firing.

Having. for Calif. May 9 or 10. in the Women Marines last- department employee accepts a Beneficial Suggests check for Stinger is the defending three-
$50 from Capt. N. A Helfrich, Supply and Fiscal officer at NAS.
Will share expenses. Ph. 37125. October, won her title over approximately gun champ in individual com
Grant received the check for his protective tin guard for forkson
T-Sgt. A Ins worth. 30 other candidates. a lift truck which prevents! damage to material. petition. .-


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