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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1953
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-11 No. 6 '- UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 14'May, 1953

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

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14 Mar, 1953
.f age Two JAX AIR NEWS
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;f'I. Jf'R. -_.,"- ffif5 Blood Box ScoreNo.Bank $15,071,639 In ContractsLet

Quota Per-
Published every Thursday for fJavy activities at Naval Air Station, Jack- Sch. Met cent
omlUe, Fla. Construction
-- NAS Jacksonville 156.3 For Navy
I. Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree ... .....,. ............... Commanding OfflcerComdr NATTCenter ..190 297
James II. Armstrong .. .. .....I......Executlvt Officer Cecil Field ..... 15 20 133.3
Fleet Air JackioovllloRear ,
I Adm. Osborne B. Hardlson .. ............... .i..............Commander Fla. Mil Dlat.. S 5 100,0 (t{ Armed Force 'roe ServIce)
Capt Howard V. Hopkins ... ............... .. .................Chief of Staff Communications 3100.0:: contracts, totalling test will be held on May 23 at the
Fleet Air' Ytlnf Elcve Eighteen AFB S. D. while the
rapt. Arthur S. Born ..... .................................... .Commander Marine Bar. 3 3 JOO.O 115,071,639 have been awarded in Rapid City ,
J'i Staff Officer finals for the barbershop quartet
Comdr. Joseph T. Thorn InAlr TooiiileJ Teo air C.au..f IRD ....r....... 1 1 100.0 connection with Navy construction

i Capt. Edwin R. Peck ................._. t' .............Commanding Officer Dental ........, 1 1 100.0 3 construction <<- contest will be held June 8 at Self
... ... projects sine the Feb. ;
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ..... ...> ...... .Executive OfficerNaval : ridge AFB :M1ch.S .
: \ Flapital Public Works -23 21 92.0 the Defense Depart.
;
Capi. Dwight J. Wharton.............. .....................Comm&ndlnr Officer freeze e *
Capt. L. A. Newton....., .. ,._..........1............._, .._.-,.,-...Eec*it>v. Officer Operations _..14 12 M.T ment has announced Utilities,
has been
approval
Capt. Eastoa B. Noble ............Z'i&BTI1.'................,......CornD Ddtq Officer Supply Fls. ..'26al SO.T quarters fuel storage facilities,I Congressional to proceed with negotiations
Comdr.: Anthony Truuo ............. .........................Executive Officer Security _*_.. 5 4 80,0 piers hangars storehouses repair granted
for, construction. in France;
The JAX AIR NEWS U weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station Administration :5 4 80.0 chops, c&tterla.s. fire alarm systems -
Jacksonville. Florida and prated commercially wit* non-ap &:afund Special Serr. .-. 4 3 75.0: and certain repairs to the under a rental guarantee plan., of
expense to the government and In dwelling
;.10.0 &. Copies are distributed free rnJa.: at the Naval Air Station the Res. Fleet ._ 75: 38 5&C Naval Academy Yo'er.'luted among: approximately 2,000 family
Air Reserve Training Unit Naval of American -
Technical
Naval Air Training CentuJ.Naval units for dependents
Air Station. Cecil Field and the U. .,. Naval Hospital. 0 &: R _..__ 90 49 54.4 the contracts. "
Editor Andrew H. Ptaaejr Medical.....__ :2 1 50.0 e e eSpecial personnel the Defense Depart.
Assistant Editor!: -llelen Harper; Sports Editor: -John Charvat. ANt Staff FAW-11 _.......43 20 46JS ment announces.
I reporters-Ed Henderson PNSN; Mildred Mueller SA; Clreulatton-vlatribwLionMarge silver statuettes called"Rogers" The rental guarantee plan, con-
Fusco, J03; Vivian ADO:&. SA. ComFalrJax: ..,.128 4& 35.9 Air
The TAX AIR NEWS U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Gr. Cove Spr 30 10 33.3 will be awarded by templates agreements with foreign
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted without Force Special Services to the winners to construct and
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service. RepabUcatlon et other Naval IIosp .... 16 0 00 sponsors finance
matter, by netvlre publications U prohibited without permission of of the coming talent show for
except maintain housing occupancyby
_...
Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. AIM M &I; 0 0.0
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside Phone extension 8184 Engineers .._.. 14 0 0.0 and barber shop quartet contests. U. S. Personnel and their dependents -

and 210. The awards will be made lJU1ual- on a rental basis.
---- ---- NARTU _..._ 7 o. 0.0
235 Housing Units ly. The finals for the talent con- e e

Transfer of the Separation
For Parris Island CUTS MAN HOURS-Holding his
Center at Ft. Custer, Battle
Three projects, totalling 235: brainchild, a vibrating turbine blade .
Cleaner, is Domingo "Murphy" Amueh- : Creek, Mlclu,, to Ft. Sheridan
units, are near completion at astegui, AMC, of Fasron Six. The in- wtr'. r. near Highwood, III, has been re-

the Marine Recruit Depot, Par- fenlous device cats the number of ma w' ;. t 'vealed. The Army also an-

rls Island, S. C. Wake Village hours needed to clean blade well over x nounced plans to move the Re-
with 83 units 1s being opened two-thirds. It's la use at Fisron Six jet .
shop. w ception Center at Ft. Sheridanto
for enlisted Marine. in the top
Ft. Riley Kane
three pay grades. A 50-unit e e e
is almost for Iy. =
trailer park ready
An agreemeat' providing for
(This is the 15th in a series of occupancy, and nearly one- construction by Portugal of
articles dealing with new Govern fourth of the 100 units at Bat-
minesweepers and escort vessels
ment offlcialsJ tery Park have been finished xk''
destined for NATO
aF use by nations -
The" Air Force Secretary on and are occupied.!? has been announced by the

Charles Wilson's defense team has U.S. Navy The U.S. share of

kept his,, eyes on the sky of avia- the costs.will be about"$ T.S million

tion enterprise and his hands on paid under the Mutual Defense -

the pulse of the assembly line_ for MMOVIES Assistance Program.Instructions .

the better ,part of his 65 years.1IAROLD e e /e

to restrict purchase

MAINSIDE of blankets to 11 different
r
nul., May 14. types for all purposes have been

Powder River,...... Rory Calhoun issued to the Army, Navy and
4 Air Force the Defense Depart-
15
FrL May
Bagdad .... Paul leaned ment has revealed. Previously,
Siren of Job
Tedious
of
Jet Turbines
Sat, May 1C Polishing 22 stocked types and of blankets issued. have been

Son of Belle Star.....Keith Larsen Made Easier By Chief's New DeviceUntil Th. simplified (list was compiled

NATTCeoter through the joint efforts of standardization .

Thank, May 14 recently one of the most personnel of the military
brates on the blades.
Hans Christian tedious jobs in Fasron Six jet departments and the Officeof
It would be next to
Andersen.............. Danny Kaye shop was polishing jet utrblne Impossibleto Standardisation, Defense Supply
tabulate the number of
I TeL, May 15 blades. It's not so any more with hours that will be saved by man the Management Agency

Powder River .___ Rory Calhoun the advent of AMC Domingo chiefs handiwork considering the C e e

Sat Amuchastegui's vibrating blade Lt Gea. Edward Brooks, CG,
11&11. hundreds of thousands of hours
Siren. of Bagdad .... Paul Henried cleaner. that have already been expended of the Second Army at Ft. Meade,

NAVAL HOSPITAL The handy device made of polishing the blades in the Md, retired from the Army April
reduces the number of 30, after 39 years of military
scrap man
14. Each
There, May past. engine in a jet has
hours that went into service. A successor will be namedat
previously
The Girl Next Door.June Haver nearly 400 of the precision built
polishing the blades from 60 to blades. a later date.
Fri., May 15 .
Hans Christian 14.A A veteran of 12 years in the

E.: TALBOTTI Andersen ...__...._ Danny Kaye model of Chief Amuchaste Navy, Chief Amuchastegul,
I Secretary; of the Air Force Sat., 1\1&111 gui's vibrator has been forwarded "Murphy" as he is called has al-

Harold E. Talbott was appointed Powder River -.W. Rory Calhoun to the Bureau of Aeronauticsfor ready seen a greater part of the flkProtestaD&

to the defense post by President consideration.Air world while serving in different

Elsenhower. This was his. second moved to New York and became or electric drills are usedto Fasrons and squadrons.

I highly responsible Job in less thana director.of the Chrysler Corp power the drive shaft and ,

decade. He was director of air From 1031-32 he was board cam which operate the vibra 0830-AU Saints ChapeL

craft production of the War Pro- chairman for North ,American tor. The device has a forklike (0915) -Naval Hospital Chapel.

duction Board in WWII. Aviation Co., and In 1931, director attachment at Us front end 0930Sunday SchooL -

e and chairman of the Finance Com- which holds an emery cloth '
IMS-All Saints Chapel.
Or-ill mittee of Electrlc-Autolite. (AF pUte. The abrasive is secured CatholicOGOO0900.1000

PS) around the fork end which vi- Mass, St. Ed
reorganized into the Dayton- I ,
ward's ChapeL
Wright Co. by Mr. Talbott's father At the USO, comer Clay and 0 45-Mass at Hospital ChapeL

and two other partners. Orville ( Reveal Overseas Duty Tour Limit I Adams. Mormon1930TuesdayNATTC

Wright was vice president. WhenV Thursday May 14, Open House Chap

war ,broke out the size of the plant Washington (AFPS) The Table games, TV Library, Ping lain's office.
was doubled and by 1918 turned length of overseas duty tours at ((12)), Poland Attache (18)), Red Pong, Dancing to Juke Box. Christian Science.1900TuesdayNATTC.
Sea Area (12)), Ryukus ((12)), Sau-
than activities has been set forth Friday 13: 1800
out 38 planes daily more any naval May -Caber- Chap-
di Arabia (12), Tripoli (12), and
other aircraft plant in the U. S. by the Bureau of Naval Personnelin ette-Sweet music, pleasant com- lain's office.
USSR Attache ((18)varies(
In September 1918 Mr. Talbott Instruction. 1300.13.: panions; 1390-Folk: Dance Instruction -
"was commissioned a major in the According to the announcement according to dependents status.) ; 2000-Dance: Jamboree. 45S

Air Service of the Signal Corps. tours of overseas duty for naval The tour in Korea is set at 11 Saturday May It, 1400. -Mary 4Ta

SHe personnel are established at 24. months followed by rotation to Smith's Singing Spree; 2000-

; returned to the H. E. Tal months except as indicated below: Japan to complete 24. months in Platter Parade.

i bait Co. as vice president and general Alaska (18) Enlwetok ((6)), Eri- the area. A tour as attache in Korea Sunday, May 17,1000-Dunking

r manager, posts he had held trea (12). FormoM MAAO: (18), I, is set at 18 months. Round Table-Free donuts and

I. since his .graduation. from Yale in .Germany (24)), Greenland ((9), Overseas duty on non-rotated coffee; 1030-Off to Church; 1400

1911. Iceland,((12)), Indo China MAAG' ships and staffs afloat in the Asiatic T-Mary: Smith's Singing Spree;

In the fall of 1919 Daytoa- ((12), Kashmir ((12), Japan (24), Area ,hu been set at 13: 1600 Bridge Instruction; 1630-

; Wright, his father's company Kwajalein (12) and Libya (12). months while duty with non-rotated Vesper Service-Lila Davis, plan-

r merged with General Motors and Also the Chi Chi Jima, Okinawa ships and staffs__afloat in tot;_1 Refreshments. L -Jv

the new Air Force Secr.ta.rr"-wu. (12); Guam SalpUUIf; the 'European area is 18 or 24. Birthday Party, all service personnel
I
". named Dayton-Wright's new president : Mid-way (12), 'Morocco (18), months if dependents. are on sta with a birthday in May are

as well as president of Inland Newfoundland UI( Persian Gulf tion. invited to share our USO Birth Teali have to wait eapUla

Manufacturing Co. In 1925! he day Cake; 1900 Cootie Party. we're about to become a mother."


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Carnival Set Friday, Saturday





Board Announces ---J--- --- Entertainment Galore To




More Collectors Feature Two-Day EventFunloving


For Credit UnionAdditional 1, '

crowds will journey the by-ways and high
collectors have ,been :
_, ways leading to the Naval Air Station Jacksonville thin
appointed by the Board of Directors -
weekend where the gigantic Carnival for Charity will"bestaged

of the Jax Navy Federal with all of the frolic, festivity and traditional spiritof

Credit Union to transact credit carnivaltime.The .

union business within departments "Big Top" will be opened
will be open to the public and admission
during off-duty hours. from 5:00: pm to midnight on Fri
is free There will be
Earl Clevenger from the Industrial day, May 15 and from 1:;:00 pm ample parking space in designated
until midnight on Saturday, May
Management Office has been areas. Residents in Jack-
16. Three of the'big Navy hang-
aelected for the Overhaul and Re- sonville and surrounding areas

pair Department: ;.Bertha Mehlman: gars will be turned Into a gala are invited to participate, and

Payroll Section for Supply; Virgil midway to accomodate the thou urged to bring the youngsterswho
Hilliard South Area for sands that are expected to attend.
Supply; will have a big time with
.
Jeanette Riley, Power Plant No. the pint-sized games and rides '

2 for Public Works; James B. MILITARY and civilian per- in Kiddieland.

Harrison, Maintenance for Naval FOR CHARITY-This big pile of money is an actual photo of sonnel at the Station have spent S S .

Hospital; J, L. Philips for Cecil the funds collected: at the 1952 Navy Charity Carnival. It amountsto weeks in hard, earnest prepara-
Field and L. H. Peters for :May- over $50,900, which was distributed to approved charitable or- I tion to make this year's Carnivalthe THERE WILL also be a complete

port. ganizations. A check for f31,509, from this fond, was donated to biggest and best yet. All pro nursery full of playground
the Community Chest, the largest single contribution ever given
1 to the Chest. This year's Carnival "take" is expected to boost that ceeds will go to approved charitable equipment and toys, and with

Members are further advised figure. organization in Jackson attendants on duty. Nursery

that the Credit Union office in ville.
hours will coincide with those
Building 40 is now open for business 'Power For Peace'Armed Gates to the Naval Air Station of the carnival and
parents can ,
from 1300 to 1730 Thursdays
on leave the tiny tots knowing they ,
and and from 0800 Adm. Price To
Fridays,
Exhibit SpeakAt
Forces Day will be well cared for at all
to 1200 on Saturdays Mrs. An- AF Day luncheonVice times.
thony Breda has been employedas
Admiral John Dale Price, The carnival
two-day plannedas
a part time clerk, and will
Chief of Naval Air Training at the biggest charity event of
be in the office during those; Shares Spotlight SaturdayThe
hours. NAS Pensacola, and at one time the year, will provide everythingin

commanding officer of Naval Air the way of entertainment,

Joseph O'Connell, president, has Naval Air Station will join the rest of the..nation Station, Jacksonville will be from gaily-colored amusement

also announced that the Credit in the observance of the fourth annual Armed Forces Dayon guest speaker at an Armed booths on the midway to radio

Union has affiliated with Jack- Saturday, :May 16. This year's theme is "Power For Forces Day luncheon given by and television stars on the stageof
sonville Credit Bureau for the the Jacksonville Civitan Club at
Peace. the Eldorado Music Hall.
__ ,
purpose of obtaining credit ratings An open House occasion will 1300 at the Seminole Hotel Friday !- There crowds will see Minnie'

Jacksonville on loan Credit applicants.Bureau is'a The feature a constructive display of VP-5 Pair Cited As May 15. Pearl and David Cobb from the

latest types of aircraft now in Adm"Price is one of the Navy'smost Grand Ole Opry in Nashville,
member of the National Credit Plane CommandersThe
Air ForcesIn I
and
use by the Navy officers. A .
Association. distinguished Art Mooney and his band ;featuring
after the station ability to command the
Korea. Shortly
graduate of the Naval Academyin lovely Cathy Ryan, Alan
S SAt gates open at 1300, visitors officers and men of their crews 1916, he was designated naval Foster and Kerwin Sommervilh, -

the April meeting, the resignation will see the first flyover of Air and carry out assigned missions aviator at 'NAS Pensacola, in many favorite professional local
of Rubye Piper as Assistant Force bomber planes which I
type to any part of the world within 1920. He has served continuously entertainers and talented militaryand
Treasurer was accepted, have been requested by Capt. with naval aviation since that
range of aircraft has earned civilian personnel. The floorshow
and Cecil Acree of IRD was elected Burnham C. McCaffree, project 0 r
time. will be
Patrol Plane Commander certificates continuous.
to fill her post. Sam Whlttington officer for Armed Forces Day in
Among the other distinguished
for Lt. Benjamin C, S S *

was selected'Vice Presidentto Jacksonville.At Horton and Lt.jg( ) Grover H, military guests of the Civitans BARKERS will shout their '
replace Acree. 1500 a second flyover of a will be Rear Adm. Osborne B. I !./
Yowell, both of VP5. wares, and can-can girls will
The April 30 financial report Navy Carrier Air Groups will take Hardison, Commander Fleet Air
Comdr. Albert R. Barbee Jr, dance. Cool refreshments will be
also shows total assets of $10,- place Tarkington
Jacksonville Col. H. W. -
squadron skipper, made the ; served. The fight fans will even
452.89 with I $36,204.97 out on Latest Equipment presentations during a recent Commander, Florida Military be able to see the Friday night

loans. Income from interest on A It\0 n g the military aircraft squadron administrative 'and District and Capt. Burnham C. heavyweight championship bouton

loans over a four-month period presented on this occasion will material inspection. McCaffree, Commanding Officer... television] sets scattered ...
amounted to $1,106.08. Net
profit
be the latest Navy jet fighter, NAS Jax. throughout the area. .
after expenses was $S!8,11.
the Cougar, now In action over An entire hangar will house

Korea. Others are the Navy Ban interesting exhibit booths of commercial

Marine Butz shee, a jet fighter often seen.over merchandise, includingthe

Jacksonville; ,the long-range Nep- kj annual Jacksonville Marine

tune, patrol aircraft used for pa $ Boat Show. And over $10,000
Honor Man
at trolling danger areas and coast- worth of amazing prizes will be

lines; the attack bomber used in given away to fortunate ticket

AN SchoolMarine anti-submarine warfare; and the lolders. The various booths will

Privateer, a front-line type of pa be stocked with useful, expensive
We. Newton L. Butz, trol plane and also used in hurricane gilts for lucky winners.
from Springfield, Pa., received hunting.
S S *
honorman recognition in lastweek's Public Invited

class graduating from Air- The huge Globe Master, an air i CLIMAXING weeks of Queen
competition: will be the Coronation -
School at 4he
man Preparatory plane whose nose drops
cargo open
of the first Charity Carnival
Center. to admit tanks, cars and..simi-
Queen and her Court on Friday
His 91.11 led his class of 168. lar equipment, is being sent from
evening. This elaborate
I Air Force bases at Hunter Field, t ceremonyis
'Butz, who attended scheduled to take place On the
I Ga. and West Palm Beach In
Midway about 8:30:, and for
Springfield .., addition, the Air Force will ex pm
the first time the identity of the
High hibit many other types of aircraft.The' '
Queen will be revealed.
arc
School, enlisted public is cordially invitedto
view these exhibits, and remainfor For the second time, a memento -
in the Ma- a- the second night of the Navy in the form of a souvenir pro..

rines last October :,f' ryq Carnival for Charity, gram{ booklet will be given to all

and went OFFICER CANDIDATES-Four sailors from Naval Air Tech- attending.

through recruit NoticeBlue nical Training Center, recently nominated for officer training at A tremendous undertaking
Butt: Bainbridge' Md., get the "word" from Ensign Robert Tierman, of enough fun and entertainment
training at Parris Island. Cross and Blue Shield Air Ground School, who received his bars in March of this year
From left to right, are William Dawson, DNSN; Jerry Robinson, has been prepared, much of it
holders remindedthat
From here he. is going to Pho Policy are AKAN; Gentry Harris, AN, and Robert Schaumburg, AN. The free, to keep patrons happy ani
tographer's Mate School at Pen payments are due May four men have been ordered for temporary instructions at Navy occupied during the entire two-

cacola., 1819. Preparatory School by May 25.ghl day period.

Navy Building;

Don't Fref You'll See The Fi! Via TV A program 565 Vessels of expansion and Teen Age Club

modernization of naval ships has Open SundaysThe !
.Those who find themselves at tween Jersey Joe Walcott and eryone a good view of the fight.One the U.S. -
been undertaken by Navy, Teen Age Club will
the Navy Charity Carnival Fri Rocky Marciano.. .
television set with
a
ahewhich continues to grow more be from
now open on Sundays
need not about Enough television sets have
day night worry
foot screen' has been obtained powerful each year. 1500 to 2100. All teen-agers
m I. .1 n g the world's heavyweight been placed throughout the I.
American shipyards are busy
welcome.
specially for the event. are
Carnival to
bout be grounds assure ev-
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vii VF-174, VP-5 VC-62 V/-2, VF-104, VF-103, Fasron Six Report Disregards Own




m Scouting Jucksonville Area Squadrons Safety Plane ,DamageCool Prevents t



y VA-15 thinking and disregardfor

i There are thirteen big reasons VF.174A his personal safety while ...
list of hew rates in preventing
big new
why VA-15 maintains such a high VF-174 this week Thirty men : ; extensive damage to a i

standing on the ComAirLant To. their "raise'n beginning .,.,. Navy 'plane has. won for Luther
will get pay"! -
tern Pole. This squadron has an June 1. The men, with [3. Power, ADC, of Fighter

aggregate of 13 pilots who have their, new rates, are Robert E. .; :Squadron' 101, a commendationfrom
never had an accident in all their J his commanding officer.
Tander ATI John Dau htry
;.
military flying This runs the to
cart which
JI A starter carries a
r SDI Art B. Duckworth AD2
; ; "
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,
tal to 14,000 accident-free
up over I generator, used for starting jet'
AD2 Lawrence
Dale D. Huberger-); ; ,
hours'while making 1,460 carrier E;! Wolf,. AP2:? William J. f' Y aircraft engines, brokelo se'from

landings i(its' towing jeep .and was heading
Poulen
Beck; AO2; Nogl(R. AT2; S i.
Individual safety scores have C. b. Yarbcr9ugh.AT2.\ Del-l J for the wing of an F2H-2 Banshee -

been maintained by the follow- mar C, Moon, PR2 I when Power saw it.

ing pilots: Lt. Francis X. Sullivan : Power attempted to avert
New third class officers f
2700 hours, 218 carrier land- I petty > r the accident .by, placing him-
0'
W D. Thompson Jr. ADS "
ings; Lt. Francis M. Bacon, 540 include ; self directly lathe path of the

I. hours:30 carrier landings, and Lt. Andre ,,J.. Charvet' ,. AE3; Charles' oncoming cart but was hurledto
R. Hodson,. AE3 Roger A.
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; :
George L. Muirhea, 1700 hours, the ground by the impact.
Wright, AE3; Stanley M.GardfAF3 *
i 228 carrier landings. Retaining his presence of mind
; Archie Eckert, AM3; Robert M.
i Other include he sefzed'the towing tongue of
pilots Ltjg( ) B. Knox, AM3; D. G. Russell;

U.enry'G.. Bailey, 1200:hours, .212 AM3; Frank J. McKeon, AM3; the cart, used'It to turn the cart

landings; Lt.jg( ) Raymond E. De- away from'the plane and, by doing -
Edward Yakos, AM3; Wm. H. ,.....,.. _. ..
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1200 hours 182 -
ming landings prevented a costly accident
; Brundage, A03;; M L. Jackson, so, -
Lt.jg( ) Charles R. MacDowell, AO3 Charles Kitchen, A03 SAVES PLANE-Despite being knocked flat by this starter .

1300 hours, 178 landings; Lt.jg( ) Richard; Moran A03 Fred E.; when It broke loose from Its towing jeep, Luther Power; ADC, of "It is with treat pride that I
; collision with
costly
prevent a
101 manafed'to
Robert F. McMillen 1250 hours Fighter Squadron take this opportunity ta
Powell, A03; H. D. Ridgeley the Banshee Jet. lie seized the tongue of the cart and used 'it to commend

; 199 landings; Ltjg( ) Robert G. AO3; W. E. Sneuffer Jr., A03; -swerve the vehicle away from the plane. you for your outstanding

Roth, 900 hours, 129 landings; Lt. James B. Kaority, AT3; Robert ------- in from Photo Interpre- devotion to duty and cool thinking -

I (Og) Theodore O. Thompson, 490 J. AT3 Clarke ported in a hazardous situation,"
Springer, ; Jerry Paid tation Center for duty
i hours, 30 landings; Lt.jg( ) Ward CS3, and Ben Alexander, AEM3.A All-Expenses S > said Lcdr. George H. Mahler,

B. Written, 1050 hours, 65 land- Trip To EuropeFor skipper of VF-101, when he made
father now is Lt.jg( ) CharlesL. V14VJ

ings. Greenwood whose new prideis VC-62 Couple -2 had a preseason Hurri the commendation presentationto
Completing( the "alert thirteen" Power.
a baby bQy.Transferred. Dance Friday night at the
Comdr. Noel R. Bacon, commanding cane
are Ens. Larry F. Bowman with Fighter Squadron 101, which
from the squadron officer of VC-62 and Pythian Center at which the en-
560 hours and 33 landings; Ens. has Cecil Field as its permanentbase
to NAS Pensacola are Lt.jg) tire crew, represented by Lead
his wife Betty, can be voted
James J. Doherty, 450 hours, 25 was temporarily based at
C. V. Burch and Lt.jg( ) C. S. ing Chief Charles A. Schroeder,
the luckiest couple of the year.
Cuba when
landings, and Ens. Sam C. Cowan Guantanamo Bay,
.... 470 hours, 31 landings. Bailes. Lt. Alan G. Roberts has They have won an all-ex. gave Comdr. David J. Walkin- the incident occurred.

been transferred to VF-33 and pense paid trip to Europe by a shaw,, present Commanding Offi y

(All landings referred to are I Lt. Joe Slaughter to the Armed drawing of the lucky numberat cer, a mahogany plaque bearing advanced-five to second class

carrier landings). Forces Atomic School, Albuqu the Annual Charity Ball of the squadron insignia. and twenty-two to third.

que, N. M.Welcome. the Twig organization a chari- Comdr Walkinshaw introduced *

Ted Olson Named to new men C B. table group of New York women Comdr. Lucas V. Dachs, soon to VF-104

Pritchell, ATAN, and Ray E. whose object is the main- become the new skipper Follow If AT3 Tony Jassuto's parents
'
Lunsford, ATAN, both from tenance and support of the ing the buffet dinner, the Rev felt any strain after last week-

Training Center'sPOoHheWeek NATTC, Memphis, Tennessee. United Hospital.The elers provided music for dancing. end's workout, they bravely

0 S tour will be completely Taking the marital step on Ap- didn't show it. Tony took no less

VP-5 expense-free, and ;will take ril 25 was A03 George R. Bar than ten of the crew to his homein

f.' The whole crew wants William them to London and Paris and ker, who took the former Joyce Orlando for a little fishing

." (This (It the third in a new Petty O. Buckalew, AK2, to know that will include two tickets to the Edwards for his bride. They were and relaxing, and the folks.generously -

Officer of-thc-Week aerie at it's good to see him back from Coronation of Queen Elizabeth married in Bridgeport, Conn. presented an open houseto

the Naval Air Technical Training the hospital.At II. New faces around Hangar 124 the crowd. The Jassutos' hos-
April's-end Lt.jg( ) WalterB. Comdr and Mrs. Bacon will
Center1,) lately are those of Kenneth E. pitality was sincerely enjoyed by

Ted Olson, A02, of the Naval Ziarnik was transferred to leave for London from New Helms, SN, Willie Thomas, Jr., all hands as was a little side

Air Technical Training Center's Chief of Naval Air Basic Train- York the 28th of May by Trans SA; Joseph P. Spain SN, and trip to the U. of F. to exchange

Ordnance School has proved conclusively Ing Command, NAS Pensacola, Worlds Airways. They will return Stanley G Ritchie, SN, recently Ogles with the coeds.
Fla. Also headed for other climesare home sometime in June.
I' that the "breaks" are reported aboard from the USS Much thanks to Heggie i

strictly unnecessary for a guy who Donald R. Hall, Clarence T. Wright. Beshears, the leading chief, who

\\.. Is determined to get ahead in the Allen, Warren T. Richards, made the necessary arrange-
from NATTU, Pensacola. John R. I Two members of the "Hurricane -
service. Charles B. Ayars, John Y. Phelps ments for the real, live Maypole
and James D. Harvell. Receivedfor Ladd, AK3,. came from ComFair- Hunters" have announcedthe

Olson, chosen Petty Officer of duty were Dare! E. Miller, Jax, while Wayne L. Smith, AD2, arrival of new income tax Dance held by some of the
the week by the AO School Officials "plank owners" to celebrate thesquadron's
down from
Stephan E. Keegan and Harry E. came Patuxent where exemptions. Lt. (jg) NathanielB.

entered the Navy Nov. 20, King. Robert L. Gunter, AD3, was Land and wife, Doris, are the first anniversary since
3950, in St. Paul, Minn. A native transferred. commissioning. Sounds emanat
Y' of Spring Valley, Wis., Ted Returned from a ferry hop to happy parents of a daughter, ing from the guitars of Ed Hurl-
Temporarily assigned to Key Natalee, while Vincent R. Eltz,
finished boot training and came London, England, are Lt Gail H. burt, ADI, and Ernie Murray,
West for Jet Instrument Schoolare AC3, and his wife, Katherine
Gilliam Lt.jg( ) Denis J. Jaster ,
directly to Jax for duty at the I ADAN provided appropriate accompanying -
Center. Lt.jg( ) John E. Strand, WilsonM. Lt. Phillip Dahlby and Lt. were presented with a son, Glenn music.

Alexander ALC Robert M. William McGary. Also TAD is Lt. Richard. :.
,
Olson made Lt. (jg) Ned Ridings has returned -
Clement, ADC, Samuel J. Lloyd, I Harry Harlow who's attending Cigars-a-plenty will be handed to the squadron following -

t third and sect AD3, and John T. Lucas, AT3. Lt. the Naval Justice School in New- out tomorrow. Twenty seven a ten weeks course of instruc-

end class petty LeRoy W. Robinson and his crew port, R. I. Ens. Robert P. Inge re members of the squadron were tion at Maintenance School at

officer as rapidly are currently ferrying a P2V to -.5. .... .... NATTC, Memphis, Tennessee. '

as the time England. VP-5 gets around! is aY \.n.\ "' : ,:' To William and Connie Fl'itz- 'I
VP-5's loss Is the
Academy'sgain. brand
limit would per- X. : a new daughter
Lt. Francis R. Kieth has :
There
y are only four Ensignsleft
mit. Olson I::: 'K
been transferred to Superinte Wy'r.: in the squadron since Dick i
stated, "I chose dent; U. S. Naval .
Academy, Annapolis ,
:W Healy moved up to Lt. (jg) last !
ordnance'because ''
Md. Departed from the month '

it was Olson squadron for temporary duty are '."
.. *
the rating in which I could get Lt. Charles E. Largay, now at the ,
VF103Now
practical experience. The guys School of Naval Justice, Newport, :. ys ? ,'ay a occupying a place in near-

particularly the Chiefs and first R. I., and Lt. Phillip S. Callihan,
I ly everyone's mind are the results -
class instructors, were so swell now on board the USS Requin
of the Service Wide Com-
about helping me, that the studying (SSR-481)). ..
petitive Examinations held in
actually came quite easily." S \"" ,
I
<, 1 i r February. Sixteen elated mem-
Cary Ellis, Leading Chief of the VC62Lt. _
bers of VF-103 will, on May 16th,
AO School commented, "I believe Chandler V. Merrell beat '
receive their rewards for answer-
Olson's record definitely qualifieshim nine other contestants last Satur-
& t.h ing the questions correctly.
for the Petty Officer of the day to win'the squadron golf tro-
and the
Winning their "crows" .
Week honor. His success Is the phy. '
first bright red stripe are AD'SOwen
direct result of his own application The welcome mat's Out this I

'1 and initiative. He has received week for Harold W. Nix, AM. I Fleischaker, Jerald K.
Hargis and David T. Cosner. NeW'A03's
no more consideration than SAN; Dwight P. Pregler, AMAN;
Jr.
Charles O. Gaylor, ,
are
any other man in the unit. I believe Hudson A. Waller, AMAA, all .- ..... .j j G.
Jackson W. Gregory Carl
,
that his is definite from NATTC Memphis. Louis
example ,
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ON THE BALL-Puttinr together_the. Roof, Warren E. Woodford and -
all non-rated Meador AJ> Public Information
proof to personnelIn CLandJosephJDamato -
1.1* won-plaudits from the Secretary of the Navy's Office Jack D. Hines.Conspicuous.
this command that hard work DC-r; reported-In from NAT-j- of Information as being "among the best of Its kind by their self-con

and initiative will pay off in petty I TC Jar. PHAN'S Jean P. Arch to be published" are personnel of ComFair Jax: public lnf
officer stripes, regardless s of ambault, Franklin D. Hughes and office They are (left tor right Tom Glennon, JO2; Joe tented grins are new
\ J02; Lt. Charles Tucker, ComFalrJax William E. Cockerill and Lewis
the breaks received" Thomas Goodrum all : PIO; Doug: Hurrard.
P. reported
; Jerry HJert, AN and Jerry Short, J03. (Please Turn to Page 12, Col. 5))

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Unit Gets 12 More Ships, HALF-GALLON CLUB


": Look At, JaxIndustries I__ : ___ Y55rl Units Eligible TOTAL ADDS REACHES 14 DONORS 404;

Thirteen new members have
For Combat
Duty joined the ranks of the Half- .

Inaugurating a closer relationship Twelve more ships and units Gallon Club, bringing the new
';' between Naval personnel which earned combat pay either total id<< 404, as reported by the
and civilian industry was before Armed Forces Blood Ponor
: or after July 1, 1952 were
the recent visit paid the National s named by the chief of Naval Op. I Center located In the NAS In
Container Company in
erations. firmary,
,..,.
Jacksonville by, members of VC- Mla ; The regular report listed com The new members include;

62. 'bat designated units between December Harold: E. Reid,, FPJ, "Sub
The National Container Company a : 1952 and March, 1953. A Group 1.Kenneth. '
.. plant' Jacksonville* con' total of '34' ships and' units have L. Moore, BM3, SubGroup
erts.woo i into paper. The entire .
now become enttiled to the $45 a 1.James.
group was shown th41 varied month combat pay. Those earning E. Keif, SN, 'Sub.
processes that do the actual i ,, the extra $45 combat pay were Group 1.Walter. ,
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converting, by a compa.ny.-p..: INDUSTRIAL VISIT-Some of the Inner workings of the subjected to enemy tire or explosion W. Harper, BM2, Operations -
resentative. After
the guided I National Container Co., in Jacksonville, are revealed to Luke for six days out of any one Dept.
tour the personnel were greet. Wells, AOC,, one of VC-62's personnel by a company represen- month.. Ruth P. Brackett, Overhauland
.
ed by the plant's vice-president. tative during the squadron's recent visit. The visit is the first 'of Men due combat pay must file Repair
Mr. Albert H: Edwards. many designed, to acquaint naVal personnel 'with. ,local industry.NATTCenter's for payment with their disbursIng Orrin A. Fennell, Jr., AD-
Because of the success of the officer. CNO explained that AN, Fasron 6.

venture, more trips'Ji v been Faust Full Time the delay hi reporting ships found Abbie B. Bankston, Jr., AN,
planned to other business establishments retroactively .eligible I t stemmed Fasron 109.

i in this area Blood Responseis RC Office For from a failure of some commanding John A. Ives, AN, NATT-
officers to report all of the Center
NAS Cecil FieldThe elements and details attached bo Joel A Wigins, ADI 1. Fasron

ft ME OutstandingThe first full-time Red Cross their commands.. 109.
field office has been establishedat 4.S Francis E. Jones, ADC, VF-
Naval Air Technical Train Naval Air Station Cecil Field 103. .
Alert Crew SavesLife'
ing Center's outstanding responseto with Homer Kidd of Jacksonville Joseph C. Wheeler, AOC,
the Armed Forces Blood Donor appointed as director. Cecil Field. ;

Program has resulted in a personal Until I I Kidd's appointment, Of AirshipAt Joseph J. Tossiello, ADAN, .

F s ) commendation from the Com Frank L. Littlebury from the Cecil FieJd.Kenneth .
Naval Air Technical Training:. Glynco Base L. Anson, Overhauland
manding Officer of the Naval Air
The season of Carnival queens, Center has been serving In t Repair.
Station to the personnel of the (!:ff't'bl U In Air New.)
prizes and awards! Last week the part-time capacity.The NAAS, Glynco, Ga. Quick
Pulitizer prizes were announcedto Center. new Cecil Field director, thinking on the part of an alert
create a run on Hemingway'sOld The commendation reads as follows who has served with the Red Airship Squadron Two duty section
Man And The Sea and Dan. : Cross for 10 years, has been saved the "life" of a half

gerfield's Era of Good Feelings, "The Navy Blood Donor Center working with the Bloo Bank million dollar Naval Airship at a
winners in fiction and history. for the past year. Before that NAAS, Glynco recently
a unit of the, Armed Forces
Normal publicity will remind Blood Donor Program, was established time he saw duty overseas as a The pressure watch, noting a SALTY HUMOR FRO.M
you of these for a while but whatof at this station l in Field Director and Field Super drop in pressure, alerted the duty
previous awards? You'll findit September 1951. The stated visor section seconds after a piece of HERE AND THEREThe

interesting to check them at the purpose was to supply J the timber ripped through the top and skipper of the shlp enteredthe
Library. We've space to mention Armed Forces with vitally need. bottom of the K-98 envelope creating barber shop In the middle of .
II few with the year of award. ed blood and blood derivatives, Plan To Organize two ragged fourteen-lnch the afternoon and found one of
1952-Caine.Mutiny. Continues by collection of blood from vol. holes in the bag. Within one min his assistants getting a haircut.
top favorite for World War II unteer military and civilian employee ute, the hole in the bottom of the He remarked caustically, "I see
stories donors in the Jackson Softball Play For airship hud been temporarily repaired you're getting your hair cut on
ville and within the three min government time, eh"
1950-South Pacific Have you area Since then this Blood
read the play? We'l now you've Center has collected more than Civilian WorkersThe utes that followed, men were "Yes, sir; it grew on govern-
heard the music, (NATTC LI. 36,000 pints of blood. suspended on boatswain chairs ment time," pointed out the as
atop the 70-foot ship repairing the
brary has the complete album, The N a v a 1 Air Technical Athletic Committee of the hole. sistant.

just in case), Training Center personnel, rep- Civil Service employees association "Those,emergency drills certainly '"Not all of it," pursued the .

1950-Art and Life In America. resenting n I y approximately I has completed tentative pay off," commented Comdr.L. skipper. Right, sir," agreed the
30 of the total unperturbed assistant. "I'm' not
populationsfrom
Excellent of the sub %
coverage plans for the formation of a softball W. Strum, Jr., commanding, of. "of "
which donors are obtained getting all it cut off
ject, beautifully illustrated. ,
facer of Airship Squadron Two,
league for the C
have contributed than summer.
1949-Roosevelt and Hopkins. more
I who arrived ten minutes after the
Biography you don't want to 65! % of the blood collected dur Civilian employees interestedin accident. The young reporter was told to

miss. Revealing study of the two ing this period. participating in the programare The freak accident was caused cut his story to the bare essen
men working and thinking effectively This record reflects the patri requested to telephone or sub by a 4x4x14-inch wooden spacer tials. So his next one came out
through trying times. otic Interest and initiative of all mit an informal memorandum reporting which fell from the top of the this way:
1947-Scientists Against Time. echelons ot your Command. their name, shop or unitto 'towering 200-foot hangar. "J Smith looked up the eleva.
The amazing record of our scientists This letter is to convey to you any of the following: All the airships were removed tor shaft to see if the car was

and their work, secret in the and your Command recognitionand Michael Cascone, or R. B.Datret from; the hangar, with the exception on its way down. It was. Age

early 1940's, and their ultimate sincere appreciation of your Industrial Relations, extension of the damaged blimp, until 45." .
success in developing the instruments effective and commendable cooperation 420<< ; Glen Volp, planning adequate repairs could be effected. e
of war: rockets, atom in prosecuting the division, extension 716 or Rod ---4., Sailor: How did you like it
bombs, aviation medicine, etc Blood Donor Program, now so Pinney, Operations, extension Academy Graduates 926 stationed down South?
Wave: Oh, I had a lovely time
1943-Paul Revere And The
essential in
reducing sufferingand The Naval Academy will graduate
World He Lived In. Many know death among our battle casualties 671.The league will be formed on 926 midshipmen on June :5, the there. I met the nicest man. He
him for that midnight ride! Actually and In the treatment of the basis of interest shown. Interested second largest class In the school's took me. to dinner and he was a
he was as versatile,as Ben typical Southern gentleman and
disease. employees should advise 108-year history. The only larger
even while we were dancing he
Franklin (Van Doren's life was Capt. B. C. McCaffree any of the named above by 1600,. class was that of 1946 which had
was a typical southern .
gentleman.Then
1939 Pulitizer award), Excelling May '15. 1046 members."IT .
as a silversmith, Revere tried Commanding. Officer, NASAcademy he took me home In a cab.
dentistry, setup a powder mill to I bf4j W'M1 YIY % : Y 'x! %4yei:r: n. Sailor: And then what hap

I supply Washington's troops (experimenting Screening h r ;tPl pened 1Wan
in his own kitchen!!) : He got a bit northern.
I and kept in the thick of things Stiffened For EM; .

I through a long life. Good reading Many Washed Out Jane; "Why doesn't Pete take

Enlisted men aspiring to Naval % r J you to the movies anymore?"
1940-Grapes of Wrath. A Academy appointments will Marylou: "One evening' it
powerful\ sociological novel pre find It tougher to get past local rained and we stayed home."
sented shocking conditions in selection boards, since too \
the Dust Bowl to many who had many candidates are getting to 13 I She: "Can you tell me the name
ignored the facts in less vital the Naval Preparatory Schoolat ((4 ;Y of this college young man?"
form. Bainbridge, Md., before it is He: "Sorry, I only play foot-
1939-The Yearling Story of a discovered they are not proper. ball here."
country boy's life, his father's ly suited for such a career or C
understanding and the adventures fully qualified.A %' V&4f4 Mrs. Taylor thought the doctor

they shared in loving all more thorough preliminary was overcharging for seeingher
living things, patricularly Flag, screening of candidates by local : son through a siege or the
the yearJin'g.1937Gone. selection boards will be made measles. "Don't forget the doc-
With The Wind. according to BuPers Instruction A tor reminded her, "that I visited

The first of the long historical 153024. It suggests that at FINALLY CAME THROUGH"-Looking over his newly your son eleven times" 'But
_jiQvelsJfte- .member---each.of .arrived Commission with the-men-In-the-MarinuAvlation Detachment 't- you-forget," she- ounterett -
public. It remained a best seller these boards be an Academy office at NATTCenter Is former Sgt. Walter Cawthon, now "that he 1 Infected the whole
for made magnificentmovie second lieutenant Cawthon (center). With him reading the good school."
years, -a at least be familiar
or
graduate
is news are (left to right) M/Sgt. Aden Windham, Cpl. Lester Curole C *
and
inspired fashions with its academic and military and Sgt. Don Safran of the Personnel office. Cawthon, whose
still considered the best of the requirements. name was on the promotion list In March, will now go to Special One stocking said to its mate,
novels of the Civil War. Basle Course OCS at Quantico. He was commissioned this week. "So long, I gotta runl"t!


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SOLITART,
IJII l "J "A '
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"d 1' '4' .:tn. / 'l'' "" .. 1', t. "' /;' "" I Only S SOUTHPAW member of:. Pair of Loop
t J J }
the lax Nary I. ,
hill corps who Wins ForVarsity
JdL n ) throws 'em from I
tli I : the left side is
Jim Eason, Nine

7 :ayJ .. salon shown in the
follow through. Jar Navys varsity softball

J Ul Lefty the role starred of in combine continued along the

< .., pinch-hitter last right track In Men's City League
Thursday witha
i ninth-Inning play with a pair of wins last

fY' 7HIU..G : "rA i single in the Fli- week in as many starts. The lo-i
ers 5-1 decision cals downed Cecil Field, 6-5, and

-za With John M. Chanat 4 S I over Ills pitching. Hardage.record Drew Company, 8-6.

is 2-2. The In a weekend series at Charleston -.
Long a target of criticism by the acid-tongue followersof p R t Fliers open a the Fliers split a two game

City League baseball,. the Jax Navy Fliers' silenced more I' two-game with Purls series Island set with the Minemen, victorious

than a few raving mouths last Thursday with a 5-4 con. Friday at in the opener, 5-3, while losing

quest of Hardage that also reaffirmed this department'sfaith i I 1600 at Mason the finale, 32..Tomorrow .

in the locals' ability to perform with the chips down. Field. night in the first .

i Seems the town folk arc, irked with the Fliers domina- game at Lackawanna, Jax: Navy
tion of play over the past season and would like nothing bet- Ninth Inning Rally Wins will battle with Fasron Six: In a

ter than a string of losses for Jax Navy to continue in end. league engagement. Cecil Field
less fashion. and Caruso Electric vie in the

Claims of "picnic" conditions! for our athletes run For Fliers In night cap. .
City LoopA ,
the gamut every time Jax Navy is in competition at Line scores: ".

Woodstock. And this department, for one, has had its Jax Navy 110 SOS 843
fill of baseless talk by armchair managers. book three-run ninth inning gave the Jax Navy Jonis Drew' Co.and Hassan 300; Burnt 002: and 6 C. Sor-4
Fliers a bitterly contested 5-4 win over Hardage last Thursday .
But the locals showed Six
us something against Uardage. J10 103 0 B S 7
Had they been of faint heart it would have been out of the night at Woodstock as the arch Navy-City rivals wageda nN Field 040 000 1 5 4 5
Jonls and Haisan; Fain. Vasleft (I)
question to expect the three-run ninthinninrwhich, made tooth-and-nail struggle for early domination of the. City and Waekrow.Jax .
201 0030 553
Baseball League. Navy
possible the'come-from-behind victory.We Charleston 101 000 1 S 8 5Jonla
I Behind 4-2 into the bottom of and I Us tan; Taylor and Mahar.
haven't seen the same enthusiasm for a win since Parris Island reopens Jax Na Jax Navy 100 001 0 235
the ninth the Fliers set about their
Charleston 000 003 x: 353
the vy's home schedule after
varsity cagers toppled Georgia Teachers College> at a layoff
task in a confident! manner befitting Quandt and Waterman; Novak an*'
Statesboro, Ga., early this year. with a two-game series at Mason Mahar. .
a league champion. Lucky
I
It would be hard to single out any individual for a par- Luttrell and Bob Home walked : Field, Friday and Saturday.

ticular part in a team victory such as it was. Lefty JimEason's with one down ,to ignite the rally. The Islanders are reported to be Name Winners In
pinch hit single to drive across the evener could i Dick Cordell stroked a stogie understaffed after a prosperous

ossibly deserve sole acclaim. to left'field that scored Luttrell 1952 campaign, but neverthelessare Lady's Golf Meet
not to be regarded
But then what about Clarence Eilertson, the tire- from second and Lefty Jim Eaton lightly
less righthander who notched his fifth ,victory of the pinch-hitting for Joe Fay, Post Nin/'s youthful Generalswere With the issue in doubt until

season? In the top of the ninth, with Hardage threat- rapped a one-baaer. down the a docUe opponent last the 18th hole, Fran Sims defeated -

ening to pad a 4.2 margin, Eilertson fanned the dangerous third-base line that enabled Wednesday evening, succumbing Louise Gingrich, l- p. for the
Eaton ) with second and 14-3 as the Fliers unleashed an extra Lady's Spring Cup Championship .
McCullough runners on Home to limp home with the tying
third to avert further damage. run.Irardage. I base hit barrage that forced at the NAS golf course.
rewiring of the outfield barriers.
Eilertson out-hurled John Rubinowski in the best mound manager, Wilbur 'Mc- Second flight laurels went to
duel of-the City League season. Rubinowski, who is at- Cullough inserted* himself on the Fay's 363-foot clout over the Montie Bower, who downed

tached to VC-62.on this station, could do no worse than cast nob at that juncture in relief of left field fence was the big noise Mary Platt, 2-Up. Kay Early
his lot with the local nine. His addition here would give John Rubinowski. Ills first and maker. W 0 1 o.z y n, Abelson bested B. J. Woodward and 1,.

Coach Frank McCaffrey a much needed fourth starter capa- only toss was a high fast ball that Coughlin.Horne and Cordell bludgeoned for the third flight title
ble of going the route. went'' to the screen allowing Cor Post Nine pitching for triples
in a 15-hit picnic that accounted
dell to score with the winner.

Wednesday, the Fliers had their hitting clothes on, and Both nines entered competitionwith for 28 bases. Skeetmen SecondTo
4-0 slates and it was a foregone "Die Slow Motion" Ken Jacobs
most of the garb called for extra base blows. Joy Fay
authored a 386-foot round tripper over the left field fenceto conclusion that no punches was the winner in the abbreviated '

highlight a 15-hit, 14.3 decision from Post Nine. would be pulled for a victory. As seven-inning slugfest, being 51 ChampsAtOleanderOpen
a partisan Hardage crowd of 350 touched for five safeties while fanning
There was quite a confab old timers aroun'dWoodstock
among
became near riotious when the casket nine. Jake managed five
Park as to the exact distance of Fay's home'run
the frames without
hit
nine gained advantage, the a or run be-
only the third hit out of the. park in the history of the Fliers had what it took to come tween the first and seventh.
league. High winds kept scores at a
from behind and win Line scores:
Joe Carson, the loquacious groundskeeper at Wood- Jax Navy wasted little time In Jax Navy........ 340 300 4-14 15 0 minimum, but the Jax Navy
stock, informed us of the correct distance. "We measured taking the lead in the first inningas Pout Jacobs Nine and... .Home.... 2000001- 3 5 and 3 skeet team, nevertheless, finished -
the fences every point, last week," said Carson, Jim Coughlin singled sharply Gunnel. ; Copeland second to Bergstrom AFB in

"and that boy hit over' the 386-foot mark. Knows that to center, scoring' Matt Woloszynwho 1 :4 000 010 021- 4 S 3 the Oleander Open Shoot at Galveston -
Navy ::::::
for sure, he added. had walked and stolen 100 100 003- 564
sec I Rubinowakl. W. McCullough< (9)) and Tex., last Friday through
The home run came in the second: inning, one out after ond. Free tickets to Cordell and E. McCullough; Ellcrtaon. and home
Bob Horne had tripled to dead center field. The ball was Bob DeJoy and two Hardage'.- Sunday.

labeled home run as it soared 425 feet before descending'Still cues netted the locals a 2-0 mar. Announce Make Bergstrom was the National
hampered with a leg injury, Horne hobbled around the gin in the fourth. Up Champion in 1951, but the Fliers

base paths to third and was standing there when the throw Hardago narrowed the count 1M Softball Tills were in contention all the way

reached the infield grass.Home's In the fifth as Al Clonnlnger winning two individual class
I laced a one-baser through the Scheduled play In the first championships.
triple was only-one of five. Jim Coughlin, who
appears to have found himself at the plate after a sluggish middle and scored one out later round of both Mainside intramural Joe I lay men broke 196 out of

start, Dick Cordell, Ira Abelson and Matt Woloszyn each following pair of infield errors. softball leagues comes to a 200 to annex the Class B title
contributed three base knocks Clarence Eilertson had a momentary halt Tuesday, May 19. However, while Ken. Pendergras coppedtop
lapse of control in the makeup games are slated for honors in Class AA firing after
I eighth and it almost' cost him the Wednesday and Thursday. an extended shoot off.
Parris Island renews its intense all-sport rivalry with
ball The local Genii Monday. Mar 18-Fasron 109 vs. VA.
game. ace got Team
Jax Navy tomorrow afternoon with the first of a two-game 173. Wright. FaeTuLant vs. Communications captain Tony Trusso was
,. series at Mason Field. Starting time is 1600 while the Sat- White to bite at eased a low third Tuesday May Rsn 19--VA-173 vf. VP-3. runnerup in the Treasure.. Island
strike, but the ball
past Hospital. shoot of 100 birds.
,
tilt at 1430.
urday
goes Home and the Wednesday, May 30-W.2 n. VA-175.
( Hardage shortstop ;
There's always plenty of action when these two roosted on first. Albemarle.Supply I vs.VPva Commissary.. VF-174,Yorktown.Saratoga.: The Fliers are scheduled for
inter-service foes clash, and this season is expected O & O vs. Hospital. Hospital. the All-Service team shoot at
John McCullough was hit by a Thursday May O
Commissary vs. Tyndall AFB on May 23-24. At
l be no different. The Islanders hold a long standing jinx & G. Atbemarle. FaeTuLant vs. May
pitched ball and Easton McCul- port. Saratoga. Faw-H vs. Supply, least 30 of the top service aggregations
over the Fliers'and in our stay here we've yet to see,a Yorktown.
lough walked to load the bases
are expected to attend.
Jax Navy varsity escape with a win. for Hardage. Fred Kilpatrick

Ernie Funk and Eilertson will toe the slab''' for Jax flied to center, plating White, and r

Navy in an effort to obtain an antidote for the Islander's Ira Abelson's throw to third was

I "snake bite". Tomorrow might be the day but that's wild, permitting John McCul Center Nines In Second I
what was said when the round bailers took to the court in lough to cross with the tie-break

January and February for a rjome-and-home} series. Two ere Round Of IM Squabble
defeats the locals
crushing
sustained by are. history now A walk to Rubinowski and singles
: Congratulations to Pete Waldimer who has ascendedthe by White and J. McCulloughgave I AK School and AO Ships Com- I

sports editor's throne on the Parris Island "Boot" staff. the foe another marker in the pany were still sporting unblem- School, 13-9, and Personnel dropped .

I Pete is a conscientious fellow who knows sports and has top of the ninth. But school was ished records after a week of two tilts 13-10 to AE School

been around the PI camp for.a long time. out in the Fliers' half, and Hard- play in the second round of NAT- and 13-2 to AK School

_4\ Parria...Island,.base-.runners-. .pilfered.JiL baafss in.their "age will havfi to WAit' until Mftn-- CenterJntramur Lodged in second place with
first, 21 games this season. Tax Navy has swiped 48 in 25 day. May 18, for another title shot. petition. The'Student Storekeepers a 3-1 record is AE School, closely

games The Islanders were rudely embarrassed last Tonight the locals eagage have won three straight while followed by Marines, 3-2.
Toa a W I. Pet.
r week when Roger Craig of Fort Jackson hurled a no-hitter Great Southern In a City League the Ordnance Support nine has AK School S 0 l.Ona

lit them in a. 7-0 Golden Arrow victory. The Fort Jackson I I game at Woodstock, while Son- bulled through two foes. AO AE School Ship Co. 2* 11.7. '*

nine has such major league stars as Joe Landrum, formerlyof I day at the same park BIcDuff In top games last week AK Marines Lt. 2 12 1 ..33.667.ACS.s.lst. .

the Brooklyn Dodgers, Frank House, from the Detroit. Hardware will try ea tile Fltorsla School defeated Supply, 11.1; AO Personnel 1 1 S o
Tigers, and Faye Throneberry, ex-Boston Brave on its roster a* aftoraoMi affair. Ships Company downed AE Supply ANP( ) SMprCo. e 0.3 2 ;..000f n


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RARTD, Fusion 109 DominoteT.:; \




'. Moinside 1M Softhall Leagues :



Earl Bessent hurled a one.hit,10-0, shutout over FAW-11 last week as NARTU con

'$ tinued its domination of the National League of Mainside intramural softball The Reserves j
are still undefeated in eight games. .

By virtue of the NAR-
victory, first three innings as Personnel in the sixth and one in the
i TU assured itself of at least a tie
dropped out of a second place tie seventh but couldn't overcomethe
for >
first
place. A victory in eitherof
two games this week would by losing 4-2 to Operations. The early deficit.

clinch the first round title. Run- Towermen counted four times in Fasron 109 scored a 12-3 win

nerup Mayport has been defeated. the first while Personnel :picked over VF-43 to keep intact an un-

twice in seven starts.Personnel up single markers in the second beaten record in the American ,

Pair and third. League. VA-175 is still withouta
3 Splits Personnel loss, but has been dormant for
Tuesday, posted a
O&G "National circuit
gave
weeks because
two of
squadron
leaders high for the season, with a 21-8 ".-......
a scare however, before: activity. ....
onslaught against FaeTuLant.
succumbing, 8-5. It took a four Bullard Fans 45
,. seventh inning for the Reserves Hall Shriver, Burgoyne and
run In second place with five wins
White figured strongly In the vic-
to overcome a one tall/ and a loss is VC62. Al Bullard
CARRY VARSITY COLORS:..The_quintet of station rollers tor's 16-hit parade.
deficit Ordnance
c held by the and
I allowed but four hits as his mates-
who compete regularly with the Jax
Navy
varsity are (left to VA-175 Still Dormant
right) Erwin Stott, Bill Scarborough Bob Wallace, Ray Bellamy Gunnery nine. Tombler had three- clubbed out an 11.1 victory
and Ken Sntton. They helped defeat Erlin Air Force Base last safeties and Gene Horton a pair M a y p o r f edged CommissaryStore over VP-3. The prolific Bullard

neck, 20-13, on the, NAS layout and are currently playing In the of doubles to pace the winners. 7-6, using a two run fanned seven to bring his strikeout
Fensacoli Invitational Tournament at Pensaeola which terminates ,
Saturday. All the seerfaag was done in the seventh as the weapon of victory. total to 45 in 28 Innings.
x
Stackhouse and Westlund were
Earlier in the week VC-62
the bigguxr for Commissary
Tigers Win Pair nudged VJ-2, 4-1. Turner and
; while Adams Hayes and Ellisor
Maylander had two hits each of
paced the Basin nine. the eight gleaned oft Photo

Play Cardinals, Pushing across six runs in the Squadron pitching. A two run'

top of the first, Communications first was all VC-62 needed for the. ..

Beach 600 Club I held on to the advantage for an victory. .

i 8-5 'victory over Hospital. The Fasron 'Six bested VP-5 18-6
,
Drift Felton's 11th inning sin- I Corpsmen rallied for four runs
gle with John Freeman on sec- I .. Monday, and _Tuesday barely
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ond the Jax 1- edged VJ-2, 7-6. Beaks and
gave Navy Tigers a
15-14 win over the Orange Park I| I Campbell paced the latter victory.
Sluggers in a thriller at Mason Sports Quiz for Fasron while Lee did mostof

Field last the damage ,for VJ-2.
Saturday.Led
Thinclads Humble Patrick QUESTIONS

by Willie Coleman, who ; 1. Who was voted "Most valuable Team AMERICAN I.KAGUK 1Mayport E,
hit a home run, triple and two NXRTU 0
in the National
Player" & 2
doubles, the Tigers fashioned a Supply 4 2
five-run For 6ND Meet League last year? Personnel :S 3
ninth to deadlock mat- Tune-Up Operation :S 3
ters at 14-14 and force the issue 2. Eddie Arcaro's victory In the Hospital' 4 3OAG ,-'
1952 Kentucky Derby established 3 3
into extra :
innings."B37" Commissary 1 3
Led by Marv Peterson's 200-foot, 6-inch toss of the jave- what three records? FaeTuLant 2 4
Long was the winning lin, the Jax Navy' track team romped to 100-17 victory CMnmunleatlona 2 K
pitcher. Felton's tie breaking single a 3. Emil Zatopek ran more than FAW-U 1 *
:
came with two out after Free-- over Patrick Air Force Base, of Cocoa last Friday at Lacka- 40 miles in the 1952 Olympic Mtd. A AMERICAN Dent. EAGTE I 0 8 ,

man had singled and stolen sec- wanna. The Fliers scored sweeps in four of 13 events Games (True-False) ? T*.m W X.Fairtm .
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440-yarddash, 880-yard run, discus and javelin.reterson's 109 S 0
4. What is called the "faaUst' VA-175 4 0
ond.Sunday strong arm tactics VC-62 :51.
at Lawtey, Fla., the local augur well for the forthcomingSixth sport? FMroa Six 52.
Novice Skeetman VH-3 3 3VF
negro nine belted out a 10-4 Naval District/ Track and 5. Which basketball championship 172 1 4

victory over the Lawtey Cubs. Field Championships, to be staged Annexes Two is older-The National In VJ-2 2 2 3 4

Slim Harper drove in six runs here, May 22. He's consistently vitation, N.C.A.A. or Olympic? I VF.174 1 3 6 4VP3

with two doubles'and a' pair of over the 190-foot mark, which is Florida TitlesOne ANSWERS VF-171 a 8

singles, while Felton smashed a good enough to win the majority 1. Hank Sauer of the Chicago

bases empty round-tripper in the of major meets throughout the year of skeet shooting Cubs.2.Arcaro's. Slate/ /M Softball

first. country. practice paid off with two
Florida -
Jax Beach 600 Club hosts the win on Hill Gail was Meeting May 22
Tigers Saturday afternoon at the Originally planned as a triangular State skeet championships Ms fifth Derby victory. It was also An intramural softoaU meeting -

beach. Sunday the locals trek to meet military needs preventedthe recently for Vincent A. Butler Calumet Farm's fifth and Trainer to formulate plans for the

Crescent City to do battle with Orlando Air Force thinclads AMC, of Composite Squadron 9 Ben Jones' sixth-all records tor second half of Mainside competition -
from participating' However, Pat the classic.
the CC Cardinals. rick fielded an eight-man squad, at NAAS Sanford, Fla. will be held May 22, 1000,
I 3. True.
despite illness of several members. Butler missed just two timesin finals Counting qualifying in Building 930. All interested
heats and the amazing
Capt. Early Cops .I Patrick annexed only two first 100 shots while winning the Czech ran well over 40 miles to teams are requested to attend.

Blind Bogey Event places, the two-mile run and the Florida State Class D all-guage win the :5,000 meters, 10,000

Capt. Julius Early won the I high jump. Graham Woodard tallied competition and only eight timesin meters and marathon in the 1952

weekly blind bogey tournamentat I seven of the losers 17 points. copping the Class C 20-guage Olympics. All-Service Cage

the station golf course over the Jack Maurer, Bob Scheall Johnny championship.The 4. Ice hockey is generally regarded

past weekend with an 89-12-77. Harris, Ed Scott, Bill Schroeder 38 year old veteran of 18 as the fastest sport. Crown Won By

Jennings Camet and Pete Gard- Bob ,Brautlgam, Jim Kelley, years Naval service, who beganhis 0. The Olympic Came basketball

ner both carded 78.3.75 for sec Jim Parkinson and Peterson skeet shooting only one year championships which began In Los Alamitos

ond, place. turned in winning performancesfor ago, also helped the five 'man 1936 are the oldest. The National

Low gross honors went to Bob the Fliers. Scott and Brauti- Sanford Navy squad to a team Invitation Tournament was first Omaha, Neb. (AFPS) Disregarding

Wallace, 1953 Station Golf. Cham- ga n picked up a pair of firsts I second place. j held in 1938, the NCAA4n 1939. advance press notices, the

pion, with a 72. each. well-balanced Los Alamitos NAS

The win gave Jax Navy a record (Calif.) Skyralden routed ,the

Jax Asgasla Windup of 3-1 in dual competition, the highly regarded Quantico Marines -

University of Miami administeringthe : .. 91.77 to clinch the first All-Serv- .
.
Sally Series TonightThe sole setback. Eglin Air Force "(',' a$.h'4A 'tgy) Ice basketball championship.: The

Jacksonville Braves and Base is slated for competitionwith wo-day tournament at Offutt

Augusta Rams wind up a four the Fliers at LackawannaPark AFB brought together the outstanding -

game series at Myrtle Avenue tomorrow afternoon at 1400. l't teams of the Army, Navy,

RESULTS Air Force and Marine Corps.
park tonight after which the local -
100-yd.. Dash: 1-Scott ((3): 2-Stew- Sampson AFB, N. Y., Air
Milwaukee affiliate will host art (J): Woodard (P). Time 99.
:Macon in three set 2304. Dash: l-ficott (Js: 2-SUw- Force champs, defeated the Ft.
a game ( 3-Murray (P). Time 22.4.
Sf Belvolr, Va. in the
,
through Sunday. art'J. Dash; 1-& \ .7)); 2kVhiU Engineers
l1heJ
(J)| 3-No Time I IWS .. consolation game, 86-76.
+
Still leading the Class A South : .:>.,Ft t M :,y erg M+t4t }ny2 "
Atlantic League the Braves *Y4. Run1-H rfl. (J): 2- # 5. oLy. Los Alamitos made its way
White (J); 3-Sukelj (1)). Time S
leave Monday for seven day road 2:08.3, into the championship game by
I-Mnrer (JCar-
-Mile RUBS ;
trip but return May 25 for a 1n (J); 3-Woodard (P). Time defeating a stubborn Ft. Belvolr
series with and 4:56.4.: ___. ._ I team 77-70 in first round play.
Montgomery Two Mile Run! l-wooaar4 tr;;
Columbia.For :2-Carlln I HUH Jump: Marley Ticket Reservations phone campbell (J); 3-Brannon (J). Hgt. by> drubbing the Sampson Sabres

the' Jacksonville Baseball Club, :Discus: 1-Brauugam (J)J 2-Barr 79-60, as Arizin tallied 29 points.

3-3407, or call in person at 7-F, (J); 3-Ekxlner (J). Dlft 130-1 The Skyraldevs advanced to the
Shot Put: 1-BrauUgam (J); 2Bodner -
All-Service
Schultz Building. (J); 5-Caldwell (P). DM. tournament by defeating -
. the Great Lakes Blue-
> Br 4 Jump: lrKelley (J); 2CanipbeU .. ... ....... .,, ...
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Rex Barney farmed out to Port (J); Murray (P). DUt. jackets twice in the All-Navy

Worth by the Dodgers to improve :IO-9V4 Javelin: Peterson (J): 5- odner UP AND OVER-CIearing the bar at 11 feet In the pole liminatlona. Lot Alamitoa also
his control walked 16 men in his (J); Henderson (J). DUt.Pol vault last week against Patrick' Air Force Base, lax Navy's Jim nlshed in the AAU finals only toe
Parkinson became the squad's leading vaulter. Parkinson has
first game there, establishing a Campbell i. Vault): 1 3-Ma1'ley-Tle.-PwkJjuoa(V). llgt and frequently bettered 13 feet. Jax Navy won the meet with Patrick > edged by the Peoria Caterpllars -
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Texas League. record.: 11 feet. 100.17, its: third dual eenquest in four starts. .' for the national crown.



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v, ... '_1 1 I Air Group 10 Participates In NATO. ManeuversPersonnel II Scouting The Squadrons

(Continued from Page 4)
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(Items offering for sale aril 1 of the Staff of vous" the joint maneuver was and relaxation. While there E. Kane, while Lloyd H. Colson

des of property such as washing Carrier Group Ten and Attack one Of several operations designed the Jax sailors had the opportunity and Jack D Heavner) AE3's,

machines, automobiles, furniture, Squadron 105, based in the to iron out existing differences to see the remainsof and YNT3 Thomas B. Read also

radios, clothing and the like are Jacksonville area recently in operating procedures made the grade. Other men and
Greek civiliza-
prohibited by Defense Department participated in a joint United between NATO nations. the original their new ratings are Justin D.

regulations. This t column will, Nations exercise aboard the Upon completion of the ex- tion. Tours were arranged to Tohal, AD2, Robert J. Wittmann.

however, list such services as USS Tarawa in the Mediter- ercise the USS,Tarawa anchored the impressive ,,Acropolis, the AM2, and Thomas P. Lambert,

available housing, rides l wanted ranean. in Phalleron Bay near Ath Parthenon, the Temple of The- A02 Nice work, men!

and lost and found articled or other Called "Operation Rendez.HEADLINES ens, Greece for a few days rest sis and the ruins at Elipis. Incoming traffic of late in*'

similar notices.) eludes Oliver D. Eller, Slit, from

FOR RENT ---- the Lake Champlain; Reggie D.

White SA from Great Lakes
;
Furn 3 rm. apt., 3817 Walsh. Key
.
Joseph A. Rahilly ATAN from
at 3816 Walsh, $50 mo.. 1, ,
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $65 mo. 7362 .. NAS Guantanamo Bay Cuba;
.. Eugent 'T. Armor, ATAN, from
Mrs. Berrien. s
: NATTC Memphis'and Sam E.
Share home, 3622 Riverside, Mrs. .
Lafferty. .: Conner from QuOnset Point' R. I.

Very proud of her baby
{ new
Furn 3 rm. apt., $50 mo. Ph. 9-
: boy, Richard, are "Lt. Elmo 3.
9393, after 8 p.m., Mrs Brandt. Gene Ron a'o, patient in the
Sexton and wife Dorothy who
,
Small. furn apt., 2854 Corinthian, hospital, continues to wear out ,. ; have been parents for slightly
Mrs. Miller. 'The Blue Danube"In the classical
over a week now Also passingout
:2 furn. apts., 1 or bdrms.. ., 852 music room during his free ;.
cigars 'was Lt.: (elg) James E.
St. Clair. Ph. 8-3992, Mrs time from his j job in'the Hospital (WM1 r.
Breese. Halle, whose wife' Louise gave
Chapel_ h birth to 6 Ib 15 girl Denise
Furn. 3 rm. apt., Riverside. Ph. ;1 ; a oz. ,
James Drake, Clocksburg, Wt I at the Naval Hospital.
2-0684, Mrs. Qulnto. Va., now Ward A-6,'has Tone an ; ',' ., '.
.1 Furn.. rm. apt.. Ph; 2-7216, Mrs,
.
LeGrande. excellent'Job in making a display :. Fasron Six:
case' showing the intricacies ofa
., Furn.'eff. cottage,.$17,50 wk., 1319 'queen ant: and her; workers. ,Throughout Building 200 Hangar
I : Hamilton ''St: Ph: 8-3829.: Even 115 hangs the:aroma of cigars
J though J mes' left shoulder
Furn. 2. rm. apt., $45 mo., 4443 ;:: > which signifies success in ,the
is in''a cast he' has done a .. hit
Herschel., Ph 2-0852, Ken Nich previous .service wide competitive
ols. splendid Job. Other patients'are GOING MY\ WAY-You hare heard of a "come as you are examination for 47 members -
anxiously watching "Queenie"; party". These costumed"party goers were participants In a""comeas
Furn/2>m. eff apt., (50 mo., avail. of the Squadron. Thirty,
Air Left
her slaves and workers.. :you wish you were" party given by Group Seventeen.
23 May. Ph. '2-2838, Mrs, Cay; a a ". to'1'lrht. are Mrs Leroy Swanson, wife of Comdr. Swanson, rates of third class accountedfor .

Furn. 1 bdrm. bungalow, (80, mo, A most skipper of CAG-17; Mrs.and Lcdr; Ralph Elliot.of ComFalrJax most of the grand total while

6250 Ortega Farms Blvd. Ph. one former encouraging. patient,letter Gunner's, from 'staff_ H; Lcdr John larrobino., skipper. of, VF-174. and, Mrs larroblno. 11 second class and. 6 first class

2-7595, Mrs. Wlllard. comprised the rest. The new'rates'
Mate James West has been
received -
Furn. 2' bdrm. apt.. 7913 .. will into effect, Satur
garage go
.- He is living- in Chicago Touring Bandwagon Scores. ,
West Beaver. Ph. 8-1495, Mrs., day. "
now, working 60 hours M week,
Hall I and hard at that.. Back from Westinghouse Fac,
Area'sCitizens'The
Hit With
Furn. 2rm. apt., 852 st Clair; Ph. Bill Merriman, Ward C-3, is tory Maintenance School: at BAR

w' 8-3992, Mrs Breese. Baltimore, Md., are William H.
looking cheerful these days. His Carnival Bandwagon ";
; Furn: 5 rm. house, 4732 Kings- wife Helen has come to Jax from traveling at Gainesville, where the show Clinton ATC; Thomas G. Mattair

bury St. Ph. 8.1069, Mrs Gwalt- their home in Oklahoma. comprising talent to be was staged on the campus of the ATC; Robert H. Schefferine AT2.

ney.. The untimely death of Chief i seen at the Carnival this weekend University of Florida. and Robert J. Scroggs AT3. They

Unfurn. 2 bdrm house, $75 mo. Robert F. Stuart, who was killedin has already covered 1,000; returned Monday from the six: 1
5505 Arva Circle. Ph. 8-5590 The Bandwagon, which was
.... an ,automobile accident May miles and is still going strong. week course
Mrs White. 5; brings tragedy very close. Mrs. A unique feature in Carnival given its start. by Andrew H. Pla-, Pittman II... Pickett MR3, and

Unfurn. rm. apt., 4514 Marquette Stuart has been one of our most ney, editor of the Jax Air News, Gay Boring were wed recently in
St. Ph. 6-9907 or 6-7965, $55 mo. promotion, the Bandwagon has Richard ceremonies conducted at St.
active and devoted Gray Ladies, and Lcdr Donahue, Spe
Mrs. Akins. been bringing the show to the Paul's Church here in Jax.
serving Monday in the
every cial Services officer, includes the
Unfurn. 3 rm. apt. Ph. 6-9463, Red Cross Social Service De people, touring the cities and Gerald T. Prudome AD2 checked -

Mrs. Watts. partment. hamlets of Florida and South following: in after being laid up in the
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4* unfurn. 4 rm. apt, 3684 Hed- a Georgia.* Hospital for three weeks after a

rick. Ph. 2-0766, $75 &: $80, Mrs. We extend our deepest sympathy The troupe will present,its final Ed Henderson, TAD to Jax Air recent operation. '

Seymour 'to her and her two:children, show tonight at 2000 at Hem News from VP-18, emcee and talent Ronald Rosen AM3, and wife,

Furn. 3 rm. cottage, $33 mo. Ph. Roberta and Dennis. ming Park in Jax. At 5 P. M., it director; The Wagoneers, including are proud to announce the arrivalof
2-5410, Mrs Schulz. Glen Thomas who was born
be at the Springfield
can seen
Miss Helen Totten psychiatric 0
: Helen Roberts of tt R
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 205 E. 11th St. business' district. May 6 at the Naval Hospital.
social worker has been elected
Ph. 3-3262, Mrs. Smith I t John Thomas, AK3, of Fasron Glen weighed in at 7 Ibs. 6ft ozs.
president of the local chapterof
FOR SALE the Six, and Joe Dalafano, AA, of After a 27 months tour with
Over greeted
the American Association of 1,000 people
Furn. 2 bdrm. house, !5804 118thSt. Social Workers. traveling troupers at, Daytona AO School NATTCenter; Bambi Fasron Ordnance, Paul G. Hart-

., Wesconnett; Mts. "FridayTobin Red' Beach last Sunday, while some Bowen, professional interpretive man A03, received his orders

8 bdrm. house for sale or trade, Cross recreation worker, and 900 'were on hand for two. shows dancer from Jax; 'Dick Berry, last week to Fasron Five at NAS

'6284 So. Firestone Rd. Ph 2- technician; Tune Timers Kitty Oceans Va., for further transferto
Mrs. Cunningham medical social
; 3086, -oMr. Gilley. I Cleveland of 0 & R, Myra John VF-42.
worker recently participated ina
J bdrm. house, 4339 Da Vinci, Ve- son, Mary Joyce and Mary Fly; Fasron's Keglers were knockedout

netia $12,500. Ph. ,2-6142, Mrs program of the Northeast Flo- baritone, John Payne, AD2, NAS of first place in the Veteran's,

Dorman.. rida Mental Hygene Society on Gas Pool; vocalist Louise Castagna League last week after droppingtwo
",low Get with YourMothertn.Law"
to Along
SO ft. house, trailer, $400. ..3867I AN, of NATTCenter; Jerry of three to NATTC's Ma-
Monologues for
Herschel. Ph. 2.2838'Mrs. Cay. Yergeletis, AN, of Fasron Six and rines.In .
I this presentation were written by
MISCELLANEOUSFound Tony Solomon; AN, clowns; the Men's City League Friday
Mrs. Irene Avera Red Cross
I ,
: Kenmore button holer. social Bob Campbell, SA, of NATT night the Banshees fell before
worker
Ph. ext. 628, Mrs. Barksdale. 4 Center, balancer; Ed Farr, AD2, ,;Fasron 109, 4-0 in a softball

Lost: Brown change purse con Mrs. Eleanor Taylor and Miss :? of VF-43, mimic; Dave Martin, contest where each team failedto

taining money and two rings. Geraldine Farrar are. returningto .,t-.4' AN, _of VP-5' and Doc Wright, AN, hit. Fasron 109's tallies were
f
One white and harmonica Bobi forced across on free passes in
gold opal ring the School of Social Welfareof VF-174, duet!

,r I.white gold pearl ring. Reward. Florida State University after Borrowes, SN, NATTCenter, ven- the 2nd and 4th.

F _Call ext. 216 or 8184. completing a four months intern- triloquist; and Can-Can Girls

t; Driving) 'to Long Beach, Calif ship in the Social Service Department Marsha Zimmerman, AC3: Mary Male/ Nurses Given

,- from St; Augustine, July 10, of the Hospital. Lou Hamilton, SN; Kay Fasci,

-- Norman Crates, EMI, 89 Riber- B 2, I 19, N 37, yes, you've, + AN, and Dot Thomas, AN, all Qualified OkayA

s! .ia St., St. Augustine, Fla. guessed it, a bingo party is set for Waves from NAS. hew bill 'by Rep FrancesP.
.
.
.
Riders wanted from, Lakeahore or May 14th in the Recreation Hallat Bolton (R., Ohio) which

; ,Murray Hill, 0730 to 1600. Ph. 1930. There will be prizes and Mr.. Burrell liked the apart- would authorize the commissioning -

ext. 8213 or 6-5538, $1.50 wk., home made cakes for everyone. ment well enough, but was bothered of male nurses in the

Mr.: \Traer. American Legion Post 293 is by some small stains on the 'Army and Air Forces will inn..
t telling of'I the study. "Don't worry -
sponsoring this party.
Riders wanted from Springfield on terpose objection from the
II We welcome newcomer to the about them," said the ,renting
.Edison, King and College, 0730 a Defense Department.
\ recreation staff, Miss Harriet agent. 'The last man who occupied Speaking for Defense, Maj.
l to 1600. Ph. 4-4744, Mr. Droze I
'Parker. Miss Parker 'will be director H. this apartment was a pro- Cent George E. Armstrong,
1 Ride wanted to and from Lakeland -
fessor who -
i' I' Red always was experimenting
of the Cross recrea- surgeon general of the Army
1 Fla., on week-ends, shareexpenses.
with Biome smelling -
tion program here at the hospital.She funny' emphasized that he was speaking -
Ph. ext. 486. "
: chemical.
) number of ,
has worked n a only of Mrs. Bolton's bill
Will baby sit day .or evening, 1775 military.hospitals including Navy '1 see" said Burrell. 'Then which he said was substantially

Hamilton.. Ph. 8-4956, Mrs. Ad- and comes to us from MaxwellAir those spots must be the chemi- different from other male-nurse

die.Baby. Force Base Hospital in Ala TIOCKY ROMAN-Ruth Roman ca)." proposals .The bill would be

sitting, 5742 Cedar Forest bama. shown here pointing out. "Not at all," said the renting permissive only, giving the

r Drive. Ph 88-8087, Mrs.' Pendle- the more pleasant features of agent. "They're the professor." senricM leeway in whether to
about the executioner rock-bound coast in the summertime .
1 ton.' And the on* -
is soon to be seen ia UM its authority, and to determine -
r Baby sitting, day or' night. Ph. as h. pulled the switch, the Warner Bros production Money talks but today five- professional qualifications..

2-9502, Mrs Joyner.IV Thls'll kill you." "Blowing Wild". spot merely whispers.





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