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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 21, 1953
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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No. 7 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 21 May 1952 '

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

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Adm.. Ofstie 150 GraduatesGiven


DiplomasAt
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Enjoys Brief s AGO SchoolStressing


:I T the need! of junior officers .

Visit HereVice to replace combat veteran

.p ,and higher I gracl. commands,
M s Comdr. Charles Strum, trainingotlicer
Admiral Ralph A. Ofstie,
rr k* 9 of the Naval Air Reserve
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations c
Training Unit here was the principal
for Air, conducted a brief, speaker at the graduating

Informal visit to fleet and shore class of Aviation Ground Officer

activities at ,Naval Air Station ? School last Friday.
r. Diplomas to the
were presented
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station
150 graduates by Capt. Edwin R.
Cecil Field, and Auxiliary Land.
Peck;commanding.officer of'NA T.
ing Field, Mayport last 'Thurs TCenter where the graduating ensigns -

day. l finished an eight-week

course:
Admiral Of&tie, enroute to Miami i
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was met by Rear Adm. Os- Fo1
4 EIIIf''laUy congratulated' were.
borne B. Hardison, Commander 1 b f
... ., ... Ensign John F, Mallery of .Ma-
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Fleet Air Jacksonville; Captain -- deia, Calif.:, class honor man, and

Howard V. Hopkins, Chief of DCNO FOR AIR VISITS-Vice Adm. Ralph A. Ofstie, Deputy Chief of Naval Operation for Ensign Philip F. Henebiy, Jr., who(
Air, greets unit commanding officers and other dignitaries during a brief informal visit here last won the class recognition con
Staff, ComFairJax; Captain Thursday. Accompanying Admiral Ofstie is Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, (left), Commander test.

Burnham C. McCaf tree, Com. Fleet Air Jacksonville.
-- ----, Commander Strum, one of the
manding Officer of the Naval Over 100,000; AttendCharity \ 112'Motorists Guilty pioneers In radar installation while

Air Station; Captain Edwin R. I serving aboard the USS Pennsyl-

Peck, Commanding Officer of Of Traffic ViolationsIn vania in World War II, pointedout

Naval Air Technical Training Carnival 15-Day Period that the Navy needed 12,000
junior officers a for .
year replacements
Center, and other unit command Some motorists'' evidently
and that these must come
ing officers. think' that station traffic
from the Naval
Academy, Naval ,
Termed SuccessAlthough
After viewing static displaysof regulations are not for them.A ROTC 'or.from officer candidate ,
aircraft and observing jet staggering total of 112 auto school. ',

fighter plane flyovers the party the bookkeeping has not as yet been ,completed drivers were apprehended- for 1 '

inspected facilities at NATTC, early figures tend to indicate that proceeds from the violations in the first 15 daysof He urged the graduating officers

Naval Air Reserve Training I 1953 Charity Carnival held last Friday and Saturday may May. to remain with the Navy at "leant ,

Unit, and Overhaul ,and Repair reach, and perhaps surpass last year's amount. Thirty two offenders were for a yeat.". to( "give the Navy a ,1.

Department. There were many records set at largest chunk. awarded car restrictions rang.\ chance to look at them" and for "
ing from a week to one "them'to' look at the Navy." "It'sa
this year's big event, which drew LT. COL. PAUL Trjetel, Chair- :
Eighteen Donors Join ,month. Fifty-five were' given fair shake on both sides" ho r
the largest crowd in its four-year has .
man of the Carnival, expressedhis ,
suspended restrictions, while added. .,
Half-Gallon Club history. Over 100,000 people attended for the effoits of ,.t" ,
; appreciation 18 were warned and five dis "Th ,Aviation Ground OMcei I* .' 4'' '
One Galloner Added the big show Friday eve "all hand, both military and civilian missed. the backbone of today's Navy air ) I I

Eighteen"new members have ning, Saturday afternoon and eve in helping make the 1953 Improper parking still re arm," he explained. '

joined the ranks fit the Half ning. It is estimated that some Carnival such a huge success. mains the number one of. r. 1 '

Gallon Club, bringing the new the fense, with no less than 50 :
30,000 cars passed through of' Scene
"The splendid cooperation 'Copter on
cases reported. A surprisingtotal
total to 422, while one donor the two
main gate during days.
was admitted to the Gallon many civic organizations, merchants of 27 were stopped for

_ Club. Perkins I Thomas, of OVER $20,000 was Realized from and officials of Jacksonville faulty equipment, 15 charged Just 18 Minutes

Communications joined the Gal the Carnival Queen contest, a new contributed greatly to the outstanding with speeding, and 15 more''

,Ion Club, as reported by the feature this year. Actual count of success of' this t year's for failing to stop for a atop
Armed Forces Blood Donor I sign. After Bail-Out
monies collected from food and : Carnival," added Colonel Trietel.
Center located in the NAS Inflrmary. .
concessions, plus other sources,
He was flying at 35,000 feet
on
known until several
will not be ,
The new members include: a routine gunnery flight, towing 1a 1

Earl C. Myers, AN, NATTC. --=-"''''_....__ '_, _..,. ,_--0. -., F'. h target, when his plane developed
George J. Munch, AD3, VJ-2. A comple! lit of all of the trouble.

RalphW., Bassett, AEC, Com- Carnival prize ,winners ran b. He bailed out of his F2FI2"

Falrjax. found on page 8. Banshee, and 18 minutes later he'

Asberry' JJ.,Weather, 0 &' R. .-"""" ....- ,..-:-..,... .., ''-- f ".".. was pulled. out of the Atlantic'
Joseph :M. Hinson. ,. Jr., O. I one mile off Jax Beach, by tile.tation's
The office is
ic R. days. accounting SearchRescue'Service,
Adolph A. Novah, OAR. still working on the figures.A helicopter.Thus .

John H.: Cooner._ AD2,. Faa- net close to $$50,000, was realized i 'Iis' ka. .y a 3R q was recorded Monday

,ron 6.Eugene. from last year's Carnival, '. $ one of the fastest rescues at sea
J. Barbush, AN, NA.
with some $40,000 derived from ever made by the station's rescue
,TTC. y'' 4t service and its
T"T helicopter.
Victor C. Fisher, OAR. the 1951 event. Proceeds from
Ensign William Burke, VF-121,
Walter E. McMahan, Public the Carnival are all destined for 4l
radioed the alert to the station's
'
.Works. approved charitable 'organizations K ny Operations tower at 1252.

RTU.Harvey N. Caner, HM1, NAI I in the Jacksonville area,. with the : gM .v 'The .helicopter, with, pilot Lt.

Community Chest receiving the ,c Charles Barfield and B. L. ,Collins
Thomas O. White, EMI, Sub
ADI, aboard, took off two
Group 3.Bernard.
J. Magary Jr., FT1,. Weather Report minutes later on its first mission'
? since it became part of the
Sub Group 2. Friday and Saturday-Most 11 Search Rescue Service. At (
Edward F, Gaffney, AN, Fan- 1310.
clear skies scattered low
ron 8.- ly Burke was picked up from the
clouds in life raft'in which he had been
the afternoon. '' .. ...
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Georgo A. Shepherd, EN2, "' -- WI' ----" --
Sub Group 4. Southerly winds, maximum BACK SAFE-Able to smile and tell of balling out of his Banfthee drifting less than 10 minutes after .

John T. Cooper, OAR. temperature DO degrees. I jet 35,000 feet over the Atlantic last Monday, is Ensign bailing out.
William H. Renny, OAR. William Burke (right), of VF1Z. Shown here upon his arrival At 1325 he was safely back on
Sunday-Partly cloudy, with back at NAS, with Lt. Charles Barfield, pilot of the helicopter dry land, and able to wave oft
H a r a 1 d L. Bridges, 'Supplyand acattered afternoon showersand which picked him up out of the ocean, Burke balled out when the Nary ambulance which
FUcal. his plane developed trouble. The rescue at sea is the fattest ever had
surface winds. made by the station's Search-Rescue Service.- just arrived on the scene.




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. Report From Washington
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J fW I I1 S BLOOD BOX SCORENo.BANK Introduce Bill To Provide Badge ,



1'ubfa'wd every Thursday lor Navy actlUUei: at Naval AJr Station Jack. Quota Fer- For Those In Service Since June '50
ontllle.t Fla. Sch. Met cent

("*.,t. Burnham C. McCaffree"A3. ..'.'b..I1I..... .. ... ......... .. Commanding Officer NATTCenter .190" 299- 157.3 (ar Armed' ForcM fr... Service. ) signed to provide >
Comdr. James ur Annftrong ...,.I..t\$ .Executht Officer Commun. ......- :3 4 133.3 A Mil has been introduced in training in specialized
Fleet Air Jackaarltl. fields
Rear Adm. Ocborne B. Hardlaon .............. ... ..................Commander NARTU ........- 7 9 128.5 'the House by Rep. James E. closely related to
s Capt. Howard V. Hopkins .............Chief of SUIT Cecil Field naval medicine which are n9t
15 126.6
fleet Air 11'I.r Ck.ea h' 19 Van Zandt (R-Pa.) to provide a
C: ?4lrpg.. Born .... ..'. ....... ... .. .. ..... Commander Fla Mil. Dist. .5 :5 100.0 readily available to such officersin
1'. Tnomton : : : ::: : ..:t iJf.Stall Officer lapel button to be worn by Ko- their civilian pursuits, but
i sal Air TlaTal.i.g Caster Marine Bar. '_ 3 3 100.0'Medical
Capt. Edwin R Perk .. ... .. ..... ....................... Commanding Officer ..... rean war veterans.. If enacted; would be invaluable, In the event
Conxlr. Rlchaid S. Stoart..... _. ...... .............. .Executhe Officer ... .. 2 2 100.0Dental the lapel button wo&ld.be, issued of mobilization.
,al lf.lt.l ............ 1 1 100.0 : .
Capr. Dwlfiht J. Whaiton. .. .,... ... .Commandlnr Officer 'by the Armed Services : S e
I (apt: l... A. Newton .....:??....::.::::..:. : ::::.:::.'...:...:..,..,.:.:,..?Executive OfncerNaRTU IRD ................ 1 1 100.0 .
servicemen and women who Future designs of electronic de-
Cape Entton B. Noble ...,....,.,.,....,.............,,..Commanding! Officer' Operations ...... 14 ,13 92.8Sup. have active
served on duty since .vices for the Armed Forces will
Comdr. Anthony Tru ao ........,..............1........,,.....EecuUve Officer and Ft*. .. 20 24 92.0
June 27, 1950. Only those personnel incorporate only the 192 types of
The JAX AIR NEWS .1ft published; weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station. O &: R ___.... 90 73 81.1
Jacksonville 1<'10114.. and printed commerciallyvllfc non-approprtaUd funds .. separated or dischargedunder tubes prescribed by a. new military
Serv. .. 4 3 73.0
at no eitpenjie to the government and In compliance with NAVEXO3 P-35. Rer.Nov. Special conditions'other than dishonorable I standard, the Defense
'IJHbk Copies are dlatrtbuted i I free of charge at the Naval Air Station the Reserve Fleet .. 75 :31 68.0 Department
Natal Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reterve Training Unit, Naval would be eligible 'to announces. At present there are
Air Station Cecil field and the U. S. Natal HoipltaU Gr. Cv. Sprgs. -, 30 20 66.6
receive the lapel 'button. :5,000' different
over types of elec-
Editor-Andrew II. PlaneyAftslatant ; Security.:5: 3 60.0
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Editor-Helen Harper: Sports F.cUter-John Cha 1't.. A!'{: Staff tron tubes in the military supply
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Public Works 25 13 52.0
Reporters-rd Henderson., PNSN; Mildred Mueller, SA; Clrcul.tlon-DiaUlbu- Training courses. of two weeks
tlon-Marte Fuico. J03; Vhlan Knox SA. Adminis ..,....,.. 5 2 40.0 systems. Adherence to the new
The lAX AIR NEWS Is .n member of the Armed' Forces Press Service. duration for Reserve MC, MSC, military standard Will eventuallycut
ASPS material In this publication\ not be reprinted withoutthe ComFairJax ..128 48 37.5 I
appearing may
IIC and I the need
Ensign for '
written permlgBlon of Aimed Forces P.tllf"'I('('. RepubllcaUon of otherinciter FAW-11 ... ,. 43 16 37.2 Probationary different type
except by iteiMce pUblicalloni, If prohibited without permission of (Medical) officers will be available tubes to an estimated 10 per cent
Edifer: JAX AIR NEWS. Engineers ........ 14 0 0.0
Editorial: offices located Building 930 (topside Phone extensions 81M during the months of July, Augustand of the present number.
and MLUse / AIM .. 5 0 0.0
September, 1953, the Navy S w
Naval Hosp .... 16 0 0.0.
It But Don't Abuse It announces. The courses are. de- The Military Sea Transportation -
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tankers to be used in the trans

Your Exchange Service Is 1 portation of petroleum products'

for the Armed Forces, the Navy
has announced.


A Privilege, Not A Right t t tWho Comdr. SiarkesAdministrative. .


are you and whether or not you should be shopping in

the Navy Exchange is a matter of considerable Interest to your

Navy Exchange sales clerks.

Do not be annoyed if you are questioned regarding your' Officer of HAS

right to patronize your Exchange.

Why is it important? Well, Navy Exchanges operate with Comdr. Carlton B.: Starkes

,the approval of the Navy Department for the purpose of providing has relieved Comdr. James M.

a convenient and reliable source from which Naval per >n English as administrative of-

sonnel and their dependents can purchase items necessary for ficer of the Naval Air Station.

their convenience and comfort. So that the service is not jeopardized your cooperation is solicited. I NEW FUEL COURSE-Instructing James Spislak, AES, (right) Starkes was commanding officer,
on proper methods of testing the new fuel capacity system used
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by the Navy, is ,Calvin Jones, AE1, of FaetuLait Detachmenthere. Fur n 52, NAS, Patuxent River,
ALTHOUGH ALL branches of the Armed Forces have setup A complete ee-nrse is now being taught by the school in the Md.An

rigid identification card systems, a unauthorized persons safer, mere accurate fuel quantity indicating system of using ex Army officer, Comdr.
may manage to buy from the exchanges. Any serviceman who pounds instead of gallons to measure gas. Starkes resigned his commissionas

lends his card to 'an unauthorized purchaser not only risks disciplinary A Gallon Is Only A Gallon Sometimes a First Lieutenant in the-Cavalry -

action,. ut ..r more Important jeopardizes the entire Reserve to enlist in the Navy

exchange privilege. as a seaman second class becausehe

Most states exempt exchanges from taxes on tobacco, beer Revolutionary Course 'In Circuits "wanted to fly". By May 1941,

and soft drinks. In one state this exemption amounts to a saving he had completed flight training

of as much as eight cents on every package of cigarettes. Offered By Local Electronics Unit at NAS Pensacola ,and WM com-

All in all, such exemptions save servicemen more than $5,000,000 missioned an ensign in the Naval

each year. A pound is always a pound, scientists tell us, but a gal- Reserve.

C e lon is a gallon only under certain circumstances.For -,

IF MILITARY PERSONNEL allowed unauthorized persons this reason a new, revolutionary ASSIGNED to the USS Hornet
shown that
when
to use their cards and buy tax-free goods, the states would course 'of instruction in I gasoline fuel is measured as assistant gunnery officer of VF-

promptly withdraw this privilege. They' might even take criminal Special Circuits, available to all by capacitance gauges 8, Comdr Staikes witnessed the
in in the
action against the violators. All of this could easily cost a squadrons and activities, is now pounds, a.s latest Navy launching the General Doolittle
aircraft, rather than in
gallons, a
serviceman the exchange privileges he now enjoys. Moreover,
being Offered by the Fleet Air mission over Tokyo. The Army-
pilot can feel- quite safe in believing
it takes only one violation of regulations to make a case that borne, Electronics Training Unit, Navy trained officer also partici-
.. what his fuel gauge tells hln .
could penalize servicemen everywhere. Detachment Two. pated in the Naval battles of Mid-
For
This Is indeed food for thought for the serviceman who is varying temperatures, while
The N a v y' a new court, designed affecting the volume of way, Guadalcanal, Luzon, Iwo JIma -
tempted to ,be "a good guy" by lending his card to people who to 'l"familiarize personnelwith fuel .and a gallonof and Okinawa. He was aboard
not authorized to from Armed Forces thereby affecting the
are buy exchanges.
the latest the
fuel gauge systems readingon, float USS Saratoga when it WM
Your exchange service is a privilege, not a right Ue it, a -type gauge: ,
is divided into
five one-day have no effect: whatsoever torpedoed, and then was based at
upon
but don't abuse it. -. lectures which may be taken sin the fuel's weight. NAS Kaneohe Bay in Hawaii.with

gly or together VF6.
It is believed that the eventual
Adm. Hardison The lectures deal with the operational incorporation of the new capacitance His first Florida duty was **

theory, system calibration instructor of Train-
fuel gauges in all Navy aircraft Operational
Voices Role Of' UH, of test equipment, functional will enable pilots to,determine ing at NAAS Green Cove Springs

checks and maintenance of different more safely and accuratelyhow from Dec. 1942 to Oct. 1944. From

Navy IN Address 1W types of fuel quantity Indicating long they can stay in the air. July 1945 until Oct. 1947, he was

'NOTES systems. The four types used Information concerning 1 : the Operations Officer, Air Group 8,

The Navy's role in the nation's by the Navy are General Electric, course, which 1 commences each VBP, 84. For the next three yearshe

service was discussed by Rear Another special Dinner Danceis Simmonds, Avien and Minneapo Monday, can be supplied by'Chief served as officer- in-charge

Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, Com on tap Saturday May 23, commencing lis-Honeywell. I Electrician H. F. Houston at extension :- Flight Test Service' Department,
at 2000. Admission is I Research sad experience have 376. Naval Air Experimental Station,

mander :Fleet Air Jacksonville $2.50 per person which includes NAMC, in' Philadelphia., _
In his speech before several buffet S e *
1 dinner, free drinks from
thousand. members of various I 2100 to 2400. Door prizes will COMDR. Starkes was then ordered -

Daytona Beach Fla., civic e*>'vus given to lucky ticket holders. to the Armed Forces Spe-

part of an observance of "I Due to limited facilities and cial Weapons Project, Field Activity -

space available at the Club, reservations in Sandia Base, Albuquerque
Am An American" there
Day must be made prior to N. M. for special instruction.

last Sunday 2000 Friday, May 22. Reservations Appointed as assistant Maintenance

Master of ceremonies at the may be made,with the duty Officer, VC-5, NAS Norfolk

sizable gathering was the Honorable manager. in Dec. 1950, he assumed duty two

Judge Herbert B. Fred The patio is still in the pend, months later as assistant Aircraft

ing stage, awaiting suitable bids Maintenance Officer at the same
erick. Among the civic clubs base.
from local contractors. Anyone
and organizations taking part having suggestions as to how In 1946, he became an officer

were the Daytona Beach cham- funds may be raised for the in the Regular Navy. Comdr.

bers of commerce, Lions, Rotary, patio are requested to contact Starkes was educated at The Cita-

K i wan h, Daughters of the president Warren. del, S. C., and the University of

American Revolution, American Kansas, graduating from the lat-
\ Legion, B'Nai Brith, and the touch of Americanism to the observances NEW NAS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER g .Comdr Carlton ter in 1935.::
Cold Star Mothers. with personal descriptions B. Stark (left), newly appointed Naval Air Station administrative _
Recently naturalized American !- of "What it means to .whom officer lie nlle.es., gets a final briefing from Comdr. James M. English I Comdr. English has been assigned -
Comdr. English reports new duty as executive officer
as executive officer
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citizens added an individual be an American: at NAS Quonset I't., R. L I
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Ends Year OfOperations L SE ConferenceThe '.. i i'


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Jacksonville" }
Club No. 86 will be host this weekto

The first year of operations for the Annual Southeastern Re-

Carrier Air Group 10 was completed I"' gional Conference of the Navy

_ Wives Club of America.
this month with the air group .
:" 9 The convention, attended by I
staff and Attack Squadron 105 at,
representatives from Norfolk to '
; .'{.J :'t.f: ofI>i'''''
and the remaining squadronsoperating
tea Key West, will open the Dewey i Leonard Eubanks
here. Park Club House next Tuesday.

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardlson, ;,*, Marge Saultz, president of Jacksonville Eubanks Selected .
'
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville ': ..'. Navy Wives No. 86, will

placed the carrier ajr groupin 6 open festivities with registrationand
For Civilian
its operating status on May 1 itors.recognition of out-of-town vis- Top

last year at NAS Cecil Field. Will FatllltiM
Visit Position At IRDLeonard
When It was commissioned, Carrier "Following the registration, the

Air Group 10 became the PART OF THE MELTING POT-In widely scattered cities entire group will tour the local B. Eubanks has been
third air group to be formed and and for different reasons three men from foreign lands enlisted projects including the Nursery,
fall. Chance has brought the three appointed civilian assistant Indus-
in the Marine Corps last a
commissioned in the Jax area since the Not-New Shop The Teen Age
In class at ANP trial Relations Officer to filUihe
German, a Scot and an Englishman together )
the outbreak of the Korean war School at NATrCenttr._Pvt. William Malcolm, the Scotsman Club 'an Intensive training has been undertaken (left) lived In Canada wo years before coming to the U. S. In Upon completion of the tour, 'a Carson.As .
by the new group duringthe 48. Pvt. Horst Bondiek. the German, (center) emigrated In 1951. luncheon will be held at the Na- civilian'uslstant
Pvt Derek Clowes. (right) is from England. val Air Technical Training Center Industrial
past year to bring the personnel Relations officer, Eubanks will not
to the peak efficiency demanded In Same Class At Airman School Snug Harbor. A short business only remain responsible for the

of''an operating carrier air I meeting will be held to setup Employment Section, but also, all
gioup.: the agenda for the main busi- the other functions of the Indus-'

Comdr. Raymond P. Kline, commander Englishman German Scot ness meeting on the 27th. trial Relations Oficer to fill the

of the air group, presided Mrs. Teresa Braxton of Key Include the training" programs, the
at the cake-cutting ceremony West, Southeast Regional Vice safety department, labor relations

leoently held aboard the USS Ta- Enjoying Life As Marines President. will ,be the honored section, manpower evaluation) section -
rawa in the Mediterranean. guest. and administrative functions.

Will Convene Tuesday *

It is often said that, wars make strange bedfellows, butso At 1930 Tuesday, a banquetwill An NAS plank owner, Eubanks _.

CPO Boost it. seems, do police actions. be held at the Caribbean Res-' began his Civil Service career In
Circumstances resulting from I I taurant. Local commanding officers December 1940 at Naval Air Station .
and German Worst Bondiek, Intact
the Korean fighting have brought have been invited to attend. Jacksonville. At that time
were la the,same platoon In
For 2,727Set together three Marines one a boot camp, but neither knew William _Chaplain Robert E. Elliott of he was a clerk on the old Labor
German an Englishman and Board, called the Board of
one the Naval Air Technical Training now
Malcolm) the lad from Scotland -
June 16 1 another a Scot, in the same class before they came together Center, liaison Officer for the Civil Service Examiners.In .

in Airman School at NATTCenter In school here.American Navy Wives Club of Jax, will conduct those days, there'were about

Washington (AFPS) -. The Bureau the devotional at this 'ban 1,000 civil service workers here,
GIs, it turned out,
of Personnel has announced Though they lived on opposite were responsible for bringing two quet. and a staff of seven or eight to
chief sides of the English Channel before The main handle all industrial relations
2,727 promotions to petty ot the three to this country. business meeting will
officer, All promotions will be and during the angry days._of lowes1 mother married American open_at the Dewey Park Club problems. Operating from Building -
: an -
acting appointments (temporary). World War II, there were no signsof soldier, as did Bondiek's House on the 27th. During this 13,. each member of the staff

The advancements are the resultof any anger or resentment as the sister. Malcolm's family. jn e meeting, the National By-Laws, performed a*multitude. .' duties.

a service wide examinationheld three talked together.. across the sea after his brother, proposed projects, and proposed
M The present Industrial Relations
Feb. 3, 1953. Advancements who was sent here with the RAF national officials will be discussed.The .
Department was developed dur-
ENGLISHMAN Derek Clowes
ate to be effective June 16, 1953. during the war, returned to Scotland Convention will close with a ,
ing World War II. In May 1950,
A breakdown of the various rates with glowing descriptions of buffet luncheon following the busi-
Eubanks became Employment Superintendent ., ;
Roemer ness meeting .,
follows: Saylors the United States. :
a position he held
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to his
previous new assignment. -
MacDill Gets 3-D Screen
A\hit Ion UoaUualn'R 1atf'.46, Gain Honor Man TilE TALL f SCOTSMAN, who When Mr. Carson passed away

Air Controlman, Aviation Machlnlst peaks with little trace of any MacDlll AFB, Tampa Fla. May 7, he had completed 42 yearsof
Mate-142, Aviation Elec- Roles At Schools burr now, lived In a town named (AFFS)-Installation of a three- Naval service Twenty of those

tilrtan's Mate.--50, Aerographer' Dun fe rm 11 n e which escaped dimension screen and modification years were spent in the, active

Mate-17, Aviation Storekeeper- Honor man awards for high bombing.. But he wen remembers Of projection equipment In the Navy'with the remainder In Civil
29, Aviation Electronics) Man- scholastic achievements were giv- the V-2 raids on London while visiting MacDill base theater will facili- Service. He came to NAS Jax:

117, Aviation Structural Mechanic en last week to Pfc. Dillard L. there In 1945, especiallywhen tate screening the new 3-D In October 1940, just before the

-CO, Aviation Ordnanceman-25, Saylors, )r. at ANP( ) School and one: exploded not too far vies 'by the end of the year. Station was commissioned.Two .

Aviation Electronics Technician Jack Roemer, AA, at. AOA) from his aunt's home.
l 12.> Boatswain's ,1ate-f\1S\ Boiler School at NATTCenter. An electronics repairman In Detroit At 15,000 and 25,000 Feet

rnan 23, and Builder-8. With a mark of 91.26, Saylors before enlisting last September -
I Of VF-32 Scores To
,. lei the class of he hopes for Aviation Elec- Kelly High'
Promotions In other rating ronicsman School next. The RAF
groups include: 167 Marine and brother, he added, Is now in Michigan Qualify For Two Coveted 'EVLt.

Dri\'cr-10, Construction Elec- Navy personnelIn State College, while another

tvlclan's Mate--5, Mechanic, the eight- brother U In the U.S. Army in Italy outstanding scores in

Comml 811I''man--S9, Communications week course. recent competitive aerial gun-
i .
Technician 106, Damage on *
Now his
have
nery 'exercises been recorded -
Controlmnn-35, Disbursing CLOWES AND Bondiek both
Clerk) -39, Draftsman, Den- way to Aviation agreed that the lack of rationingand in one of the Navy'snew

tal Technician-32, Electrician'sMate ., Electron- the full shelves dazzled them sweptwing F9F-6 Cou-
=- 167, Engineman 68, Saylors' Icsman Schoolat most when they first got to the gar jets by Lt. Fonville Kellyof

Electronics Technician 119, Memphis Saylors Is from I U.S. Bondiek lived Helmstedt, Fighter Squadron 32.

Fire Controlman and Fire Con- Brookfield, Ill., and a former student four miles from the Russian Zone, Lt. Kelly chalked up 47 percent -
trol Tt'chnlclan-59, Pipefitter at Le Tourneau Technical back in Germany. Like Dunferm- of his hits at 15,000 feet
26, Gunner's.Mate-46, Hospital Institute. He was graduated from line, Helmstedt wasn't big enoughto 2 .'1' and 44 per cent at 25,000 teet

Corpsman 46, I.C. Electrician Lyons Township High School in rate much bombing, but it was to easily qualify for two At-

-60, Instrumentsman-4r Journalist La Grange, Ill. right on the Allied bombing run : lantic Fleet Battle Efficiency
',- -4, Lithographer, Machine Roemer, who completed 14 to Berlin. "Sometimes the planes gunnery "E's".
came over as many as six times a
Accountant 13, Metal- These awards are
given onlyto
weeks of aviation day on the way to Berlin," he re-
1older-2 and Mine-
,mUh -27, odnance I those pilots who have recorded -
man":' 3.Other I called. excellent in the
scores
Clowes wasn't quite as lucky.
,
training withan Kelly annual competitive aerial fir
rates Included He lived in Manchester, England,
Machinists Mate-257! Machinery average of a city which took a lot of'pun- Derek Clowes it was a buddy home ing.Kelly's

Repairman-19, Musician-8, 85.8 Iq} a class ishment. Coming to the United on leave, while a Marine sergeantwho performance in placing

Optlcalman 3, "Photographer's of 45, is from States in. 1948, he was living in came to visit his family two direct hits on an ene-
Mate-36, Printer8, Patternmaker K East Paterson, N. J., and workingas talked William Malcolm into the my battleship in the Pacificwon
-2, Printer8, Pattetnriaker Ostego, Mich. a window dresser before enlist- Corps. "I'll probably make the him the Navy Cross. Ai

-2, Personnelman-82_ Parachute Now ordered .- Boemer ing last September. Marines my career, too," he said. that time he was serving with
Rigger-8, Quartermaster duty at Klngsville, Texas, Roemer All three stated that they were Torpedo Squadron 85 aboard

.108, Radarman-30, Radioman93 received recruit training at Great FELLOW Marines I talked all certain they wanted 'to stay in the aircraft carrier 1 USS

,- Steward-55! Ship's Serviceman Lakes nine months, ago. Prior this three into enlisting. With Horst their new homeland. With no evi- Shangri La.
-50, Storekeeper-100, Sonar- training at NATTCenter, Roe Bondiek it was his brother, who dence of the past hatreds and bit- Lt. Kelly reported to VF-

nan-26, Surveyor-1, Steelwork- mer attended Airman's Prepara- came to this country at the same terness stirred up by World War 32, a Fleet Air Jacksonville
time and who is Marine It, the three to become unit with its home base at
*r---3, Tradevman-14, Teleman tory School at Norman, Okla. A now a now plan ,
32, Torpedoman's Mate-14, Utilities reserve, he was called to active machine gunner in Korea, that citizens in the world's meltingpot NAS Cecil Field, in October

Man-1, and Yeoman-137. duly in February. sold him on the Marine With the United States. 1951.



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VA-175-- Returns-- Mory Miller- trowneil -- 1



From {
OperationsOn


Canted Deck Charily Cornivu I Queell :


The first U. S. Navy attack As thousands of spectators looked on, Mrs. Mary Miller,' +

quadron to operate off the USS Y' "Miss NATTCenter", was crowned Queen of the 1953 Navy;," j

Antietam since the canted deck Carnival for Charity

was installed, VA-175 hat returnedto The colorful ceremony took their standings were Miss I tty

NAS ,Jax after two weeks a plan on the stage 'of the El Do-, Taylor, "Miss NAS Jax";; MisV:
N
aboard the ship while she conduct II rado Music Hall' ,an'2030 Friday Virginia Kerns, "Miss Marine Air

ed heavy weather evaluations. evening with all the pomp and Detachment"; Mis. Alpha Jensen,;

According to squadron pilots, 1 pageantry of a regal coronation, 'Miss Fleet Air Jax"; Miss Anne

the novelty of making'touch: and ; ,Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree,. Langtottl, "Miss, Naval Hospital"; '

go landings aboard the ship and president of the Carnival, presided Miss Barbara Pepple, "Miss, Fleet

being allowed to overshoot the __ over the coronation.As Air Wing 11"; Miss Sue Adam"Miss *', /

"groove" wa iduly appreciated. the royal assemblage appeared '' Cecil Field"; a.Jd.) Mrs. Gladys .' i

But, the overwhelming: feature on stage, Art Mooney's Davidson, 'Miss NARTU'V '

from their point of view was the orchestra played a medley of pop CApt. Me Cat' r e e introduced i

complete lack of barriers to worry ular song hits. The lovely con Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison,

about. test finalists, representing commands -
Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville {
Due to the high aircraft availability based in the Jacksonville who bestowed the crown and I

maintained by the mechs, _\.,.N .> 4r Jt.. nh......;. _...:" rTT 1? _.cOJ __,....ftI_ area, wore bouffant gowns in rainbow I scepter and escorted Mrs. Miller 1
the squadron missed only one sortie hues, each adorned with an +
REGAL SMILE= Miller of the 1953 to her throne.Immediately.
during the entire time in which Mary Queen Navy Charity orchid' corsage. The Queen wasgowned {
Carnival takes her throne Immediately after accepting her crown following the ceremony .
flight operations were conducted. and scepter durinr the coronation ceremonies Friday night at the in a ballerina length formal the custodian of the gifts.
A total of 67 touch and go, and El Dorado Music Hall. Mary, wife of Harry Miller, AN, (left) of white tulle -
128 .arrested landings were rolled as Miss NATTCenter, won the Queen title over seven other lovely S S presented the Queen and her
candidates, each representing commands based In the Jacksonville court with the many prizes furnIshed i
up by the attack squadron pilots. Queen attendant in order of ;
This brings VA-175's total to 3,338 area. J'F.IOS ______ __ I by Jacksonville merchants i i
S
,the last carrier n
since cident.RECREATION. landing ac VF-l0.?, VF-43. Fasron-Six, VA-35, VP-3, VC62 Report 1 .The Queen received a complete

weekend wardrobe and luggage

donated by Cohen Bros.; a $450
Scouting Jacksonville Area SquadronsAssisted art-carved diamond ling from Un-

aSHOREI derwood's; a gold-banded wristwatc'h +
from Jacob's .Jewelers airline
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I I I the USO Servicemen'sClub \ by two new members, School, Memphis, was Lt. (jg) tickets for herself and husband +

above the Beaches and AirBase Soon to be taking in the balmy Fasron's Keglers took two of three Lee H. Sherman. to Miami, where they will +

Bus Station.. Open from i breezes of the Caribbean will be from the Donut Shop in the Vet- Twenty-four men were promoted embark on the SS Florida, by i

0930 to 2330'datly.Thursday Thomas P. Lambert, A02, who eran's Bowling League last weekto last week, including four to first courtesy of the Peninsular,end,Occidental
was transferred recently to VP45at come within a game of "The class: Thomas J. Enright, ADI; Steamship Co., for Havana
May 21-Open House,
Coco Solo, C. Z., and John B. Still", number one in the stand- i. Donald C. Klnley, AF1; David I{. where they will atop at the
table TV, library, ping
games Jernigan, AOC, who just received Ings. Holiday, AMI; William T Ellis, Hotel Nacional de Cuba. She art-
dancing .to juke bpx.
pong, orders to NAS Guantanamo Bay, In the first match, Fasron had HM. New second class petty of- so received certificates entitling
Friday, May 22 Cabarette,
companions, folk dance Cuba. little trouble incoming out on top ficers are James L. Clements;) her to a complete hair styling by
pleasant Received for duty were ThomasJ. of a 862.817 contest but in the AD2; Glenn C. Crocker, AD2; Carl Hart Hall Stylists; and a scholarship -
instruction and talent show.
Schofield, AD2, from NAAS second, it wasn't until the lat H. Johnson, AD2; John Maleckl, at the Patricia Stevens Mod
Saturday, May 23-Bug leaves Kingsville, ::Texas and Louis F. frame that the favorites could pull AD2; Lynn A. Partish, AD2; Linn eling School. 2.
beach 1400 MarySmith's
for party; 2000- Fenell, AM3, who;; with his brother ahead to win 878-854 as "Slg" Gu- A. Preabt, AD2; Albert S. God- Prizes presented Miss Betty

Dance. Singing Spree; James J., ADAN, completes dal placed three consecutive I frey, A02; George E. Sears, AO2. Taylor, the second-place" winner;
VF-103'i first brother combina Other men now wearing their '
strikes Ina most appropriate spot.
Sunday, May 24, 1000-Dunking Included a gold wiistwutch from ,..itJacob's
first red stripe, are Curtis W.-Dy- '
The final favored the Donut Ssop
donuts and coffee ; a Philco personal radio, "
Round Table, free tion.The ,
1030-Off to Church; 1400- highly i I successful Navy who retired with a 870-832 vic- er, AD3; Theodore A, Barilla, a wardrobe case from Harry Kin-
;
AE3 Clarence H. Brown, Jr.
Carnival will hold a tory. ; ,
Mary Smith's Singing Spree; 1600 Charity spe- AE3' klestein; and a complete hair styling +
cial In the (and AE3; Preston M. Burdell, ; "
place rrremory their first appearance -
1630( -Vesper I Making by Had Hair Stylists.
Instruction
Bridge ; Charles S. Hoult, AE3 John W. \
1730Cootlet kitchen) of Robert L. Bennett, with the .Keglers were Dave ; 4.
Service-Lila Davis, pianist;
Kohler Hr. AM3 Levi i P. Griffin
seeing refreshments. YN3. lie took home a 9 cubic Kochever of Fasron Six and Ed ; The third-place winner, Miss. ,
e. foot home freezer as a raffle Nehls of 0 & R. Nehls high A03; Ronald W. locum, A03; Virginia Kerns' received a gold J
Robert T Jackson, A03; James
.
prize. game was 199 while Kochever wristwatch from Jacob's, an RCA. .
E. Omeara, A03; A. Rodriguez,,
PO-of-the-Week a S '
bowled a high of 180. personal radio, and a complete J
AT3; and Billy R. Sparks, AT3.
'
VF-4S hair styling by Hart Hair Stylists
After 12 of service FrankT. ,
years ,
Honors At CenterTo A quick transition Into a well- VA-35 All other candidates were given ,- (;i
Vieira, ADC, signed on the dotted
trained and efficient jet fighter gold wristwatches by Jacob's. !, !
Outstanding achievements in reCent line for six more ,
MuckerheideThis squadron has kept officers and annual rocket competitions, 1 The arrangements for the coronation .

men of VF-43 busy since acquiring won congratulations and "E" VP-S were made by Lt. Hani-, ,
.
( fo the fourth' in a newPetty.Ofieerothe. new F9F-5 Panthers a short awards for four pilots of VA-35. Art Richardson, ADC, who hover ford D. Tyler, Jr., Lt. Richard

Week Series time ago. They are Lcdr. Hope Strong, Jr., 20 years in the Navy shippedover .. Belcher, and Lt. Matthew J. Hoff.
nt 'the Naval Air Technical Train' With the stress laid on field executive officer; Lt. (jg) DonaldC. for four more. Pamela and Sandra Edmisten,

t.7 Center) carrier I landing i practice, night I Hamilton; Lt. (jg) Hubert B.. Lt. Ed Uhler, from FaetuLant, daughters of Lcdr and Mrs. William

A plank-owner of the Naval flights and offensive type maneuvers Loheed, and Lt. (jg) Robert O. has come info the squadron. Bill If. Edmisten, were crown \

Air Technical Training Center is pilots add rapidly to their : Blacklngton. Crapse, AEC, Is temporarily attached and scepter bearers Lcdr; Chal __

Carl J. Muckerheide, 11M2, who average of about 75 flight hours I The month of May welcomes. to VX-1 at Key West, and mers Anderson was custodian of

came on board in January 1951, apiece In new Jets. Emphasis ; three new pilots to the squadron: Nell Standley, ADC, was transferred gifts. .

shortly after being recalled to placed on gunnery and bombing Ensigns John O. Yanaion"", DavidC. to Pensacola. The two-month Queen content

active duty .f mrothe Naval Re hops advances "jet know-how" for Coe, Jr., and Harris R. Ren- Three happy men have announced was in charge of Comdr.Pleas K.:

serve. both pilots and CleW who, priorto ninger. Bidding good-bye to ship that they are fathers Greenlee, Jr., Training Officer at

Muckerheide is the }ast remainIng receipt of their" jets, were a mates for TAD at Maintenance Robert Smltley, ADI; Jake Schnel- NATTCenter.
the that well-versed Corsair squadron.VF43 .
the member of into group commission will deploy this year for .: ..,..... .' . 'J" .. .' ., der, AD3; and Bill Humphries',
put Dispensary A03. Their offspring' weighed in
further training in the Caribbean t tI .
for NATTCenter.A
t1 I as follows: Robert William Smit- .
World War II, area.
veteran of
S ley, Jr., 6 Iba., 10 or.; Steven

he came into Faron Six: l .: George Schneider, 6 lbs, 7 oz.; l'

the Service in Three men were advanced In Susan Gale Humphries, 7 lb,.., 2&&. .

Sept. 1042. He rate .to pay-grade E-3 after passIng : oz. ..
trained state- tests conducted'by the squad- ; Fifty-count 'em-50 sailors of

last Thurs VP-3 received advancements in
side with the ron's educatlQn'olf1ce r.i
rate in the recent servlcewide exams
went to Lloyd L.
Marines prior day. New rates
to going to Frederlcks n.AA.AN; Roy A..Jer- including an advancement to
first class for Charles Q. Anders,
and Frank R.
AA-AN
Guam for evac- nigan, ;
ADI, and fourteen advancementsto
uation hospital Glover, SA-SN.
duty and Back from the Hospital, recov- second class, including Robert
furthMuckerheide R. Ballard, AD2; Richard I K.
H. Laforcade
er training. The training stood ered, are George ,
Harrison S. Kelly, 11M2: Brandt, AD2; Eddie L. Cater, "
him in good stead when he landed ADC, and
AD2; Donald J. Dowling, AD2;
for two weeks
with the Marines at the north Laforcade was gone
two Joseph C. Kenney, AD2; Kieth
for
end of Okinawa late in the year while Kelly's stay was
.. W. Harmon, AL2; Marvin F. By-
months.
Muckerheide to ship over
plans bee, AM2 Elvin J. Humbert, AM2 .
into the Regular Navy" 'in June, Donald G. Mann, AD2, checkedin ; ;
last week after completing Donald E. Knapp; AM2; William.
of for duty )
when be completes ten years
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D. Cantrell A02 William S. Kii- .. .
over four years with VC- ; .. ..
active and reserve duty ,
.
He married and the father 62. Christopher H. Schwindt, AL2, NEW HEADQUARTERS-Boatswain William King of NATT- kaddon, AT2; Gerald T. Novak, ... : {

of Charles, three years old, and and William, G. Mlhay, ATS, returned Center's First Lieutenant's office hands Frank Llttlebury Red AT2; Lee R. Reid, AT2; and Jn- ,t1
to the squadron last week Cross assistant field director, Ib new "shingle" at the new Red nlor C. Greer, CS2. ,i ?t'
Cathy, two. In civilian life he was Cross headquarters In Building 614. The new location at the Indoor New third class. officers \ 1i
employed by the West Bend, Wise., after being TAD to O&R for two swimming pool building .Is more readily available to 'Cen petty
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/ Carnival\ Links LEAD.JIm LEAFS TO "!''If..I. Sixth Naval District Track


Kelly of the "',,\
Meet Draws
Jar Navy track "''t
Meet Slated
crew uncoilsduring SaturdayHead
37 Entries
a 20-ft.,

O&R dominated playIn eight inch F'f a Cach Paul McCoy will send a strong squad of 22
Jinksmen broad, jump to sailors and Marines into action 'Saturday to represent Jax:
the Carnival Queen Colt Tournament :- capture first 1P navy in the Sixth Naval District Track and Field Champion-

last week ,at the NAS in the event 3 ships at the Lee High School oval.
greensward, besting three strong and cinch victory Preliminaries will be held in themorning
Ray Bentley. Eglin star, who had
for the for the 100 and 220-yard
team entries in addition to copping already scored victories in the 220
Fliers over Eglln +\ o dashes and the high and low .hurdles -
first place In individual com and quarter, took off at a fast
AFB. The at Lee Field. Finals in the
petition.. broad jump determined hammer throw and hop-skip-and- pace in the relay, but on the second *

Proceeds from the event went to the jump will be staged in the morning turn pulled up with a strained

the NAS Carnival Queen repre- margin of victory also, at the NAS grounds. ligament and Jax Navy rompedon
for the win.
sentative.. Scores were baaed on for the Final competition gets under-
--. a one-third handicap of the best Fliers, 693}; to way Saturday afternoon, the first Jim Kelley, Jax Navy's leading
seven of nine holes. Less Platt 601In the field event slated for 1330 and sawdust hopper, stretched out 20

and Fred Kidd, both of O&R, shot meet last Friday the initial track event at 1430. feet, 8 inches to cop* the broad

} net scores of 23. at Lack Defeat Eglln, 69'/reo', jump and the' Fliers were assured

Operations, Supply and Public', awanna Field. After a shaky start last Fri of the victory.

Works were well represented. 'day, Jax Navy battled from behind The meet virtually repeated the
; I' one between Jax Navy and Eg
in the late events to eke outa
,. 69H to 6 Ti.gers..Annex powerful Eglln Air Force' Base claimed a victory by winning the I
mile relay; final event of the aft
squad 'at Lackawanna Field

I'' It was teeter-totter battle all ernoon. *
Five Straight RESULTS
: '' the,way with the r redoubtable Air 100-yard dash Won bv sealt (NAS):
Force invaders s picking up a com Stewart (NAS) second ; Schroeder
4rntit (NAS), third Time: 101.
On Diamond fortable lead in the middle dis- 'Mil* Run-Won by Deady" (AF):
; tance hurdles and Maurer NAS), second! Carlin .(NAS),
upset
races an third. Time: 444.1.440yard : '
in the furlong when Ed Scott was ( daub-Won by Bentley (AF):
Jax Navy's Tigers picked up White (NAS),. second; Bailey (AF),
nosed out by Jim Covlngton at third Tinte: S0.7.130yard .
their fifth win of the { Moss
straight : high hurdlei-Won by
the wire.
(AF): Covlngton (AF. second: Haw.
season over the weekend at fhe' Jax Navy picked up momentum kins (NAS), third Time: 155.
mIlJJIMIJE 830-yard run-Won by Ddy (AF:
yy1N7D expense of the Crescent City however, in the field events Harris (NAS), second; Gray (AF),

John M Charvat Cardinals/ 116. Saturday,. the with Jim Brautigam annexing the third.220-yard Time dash: 2141.:- Won by Benfley
With ( Scott NAS), second Stewart
shot and discus events and Marv AFJ: ( ;
local colored nine edged Jax (NAS), third. Time: :23.3.
Surveying the roster of the Jax Navy trackmen who'llcompete Peterson winning "the javelin Two-mile run ..- Won by Walker
in the Sixth Naval District Track and Field Cham Terminal Club, 8-7, for its fourth throw. Eglin won the..h1ghJump' ((AF AF: )),; third Carlin Time(NAS:), 10.VJ9.220yard second!: .; Mavaro
pionships Saturday at Lee High School Field, it's not hard straight but the Fliers countered with a low hurdles-Won br Cov-
Ington ( ): Parkinson (1'11.8) seeAT
to figure why Head Coach Paul McCoy told us, "We're ,as "Fats" Washington poled a victory In the pole vault. ond: Moss (AF) third. Time: 366

good a service team asthere: is on the east coast" grand slam home run in the seventh Broad Jump DeciderThe Kehl.Mile White.Relay-Won Scott by Time NAS: (Slewajt 1:58.2.: ,
The local thinclads have not lost a duel meet against a -meet staggered down to the High Jump on by Covlngton
; to break a i-( deadlock fAF): BenUev (AF). second; Urannon
service opponent in two years, and the 6ND meet doesn'tfigure finish with Jax Navy still trailing and Campbell (NAS.' tied tor third.
against the Terminal Club at wilder Height: 6 feet, % Inch
will be
the
In
three victories
to be much of a hurdle. However, no and needing Javelin-Won by Peterson (NAR);
official team champion named Saturday, only individual Park to supply the margin of mile relay and broad jump to win. thlid Buelman Distance AF). second: 196: Bodmer feet. 8 (Inches.NAS,

inners victory Tex Johnson was .credited Broad J urn TV Won by Keller (NAS: :
Campbell (NAS. second; Covlngton
Here's a run down on Jax Navy's entries with the best with the win. Slate/ /M Softball (AF), third. Distance: 20 feet, 9

Individual performance listed by the. top contend... Willie Coleman pitched and batted i Inches.Pole Vault-Kelley and Kehl (NAS.
... Meeting TomorrowAn lied for first; Embury (AF) and
One Mile Hun: Jack Maurer(((4:12.2):- Harry Carlin, his mates to the victory over Campbell (NAS), tied for third. Height
intramural softball meetIng 11 feet 9 Inches
Dan Sukels, Bill Wambold and Don Laidlow. the Cardinals. A four-ply swat Discus-Won by Brautlcan .(MAS);
440 Yard Dash: Ed Scott ((9,7-but he's credited was included in. his plate output. to formulate plans for the Dunbar third. Dffta '4d i feet Barr, Hi (Inches.NAS,
.. Afternoon) Ken Stewart, Jim second half of Malnelde compe Shot Put-Won by Brautlgan (NAS;
with 9,4 on a windy Action this weekend finds the
a tition will be held tomorrow Bodmer NAS), second: Dunhar (AF),
Kelley and Doc VerWeibe. Tigers In Sanford, Sunday afternoon -, third. Distance; 44 feet, 8 Inches
afternoon, May 22, in Building
120 Yard High Hurdles: Joe Hawkins ((15.8)), Paul and at home Saturday I
930. All interested teams are
Young Bill Storum, Conrad Hammann. against a yet to be named op requested to attend. Pislolmen To DefeRGovernor's
880 Yard Run: John Hargis ((2:02): ), Jack Maurer, ponent.

Don Sukels. Trophy
220 Yard Dash : Ed Scott (21.2)( Ken Stewart, Life Begins At 40 Al St. Petersburg

Larry White,' Doc V erW eibe.
i 220 Yard Low Hurdles: Jim Parkinson ((25,0)), Bill Five crack shots from the Na-
Willie 'Knew It Was
Morin, Ron Thompson, Harley Brannon and Jim Going val Air Station will defend the

Dew lI. Governor's Trophy in the Police
Shot Put: Bob Brautigam ((4V 1W) and Bill But Didn't Know How Far'It's Pistol Shoot scheduled for St

Bodmer. Petersburg, Friday and Saturday -

--lli-gh-Jump: Bob Campbell ((5' 7"); Bob Scheall, never too l late to prove yourself Willie Ivery Cole- /

Conrad Hammann and Harley Brannon. 'man, versatile star of the Jai: Navy Tigers, proved that whenhe Jax Navy won the trophy last
Pole Vault: Jim Parkinson and Len Kehl ((12'. 6"), :' belted out a home run, triple and double on the afternoonof year at Coral Gables, the first

Bob Campbell and Jim Kelley. his 40th birthday, :May 9, at Mason Field against the time the 'feat was accomplishedby
Discus: Bob Brautigam (137' 11") and Bill Bodmer. Orange!? .Park slugger a military team. This weekend
Javelin: Mare Peterson (200' 6*'), Don Watson and Willie's home run was a tremen the Fliers will defend their
Bill Bodmer. dous 420-foot clout into the upper home run while playing1 with, prize against marksmen from

Broad Jump: Bill Schroeder ((21 2"), Jack Payne, branches of the tree behind the Green Cove Springs the aft, Florida's city, county and state

Bob Campbell and Jim Kelley. left field fence, one of the longest ernoon' of his 35th birthday. police, Army, Navy, Air 'Force,
ft't Hammer Throw: Bob Brautigam ((95') and Bill round-trippers hit in the local or Yes indeed, life begins at 40.. Coast 'Guard, Immigration Bor
chard. civilian units.
Bodmer -_. .__..__........_._."........ ....- der-Patrol and
Ifop-Step-Jump: Len Kehl (42'), Bob Campbell, Of the home run, Coleman A \threegunteam aggregate
Jim KelIeyJack Payne and Bill Schroeder. laughed, "Knew It was gone whenI fired with ,2% caliber, .3% caliber
J ... hit it, but didn't figure it was or. more and .45 caliber will determine .-
Acceptable times and distances Saturday will be used going that far." A typically mod the winner

to determine entries for the All-Navy Track and Field eat statement for a guy whb's Members of the local squad ;

Championships to be staged June 12-13 at Camp Lejeune. pointing his potent lumber at the I are Bob Stringer, .P. I. Culbertson -
The East Coast All-Marine meet will be held there simultaneously Most Valuable Player of the Sea James Thomas, Ben Preston

son Award on the local colored and John Lucas Culbertson is
Winners of the two meets at Camp Lejeune will ad. nine. ,the only new member"from the '

vance to the All-Service championships.scheduled for June A a SOS at Sr BOQ, Coleman '52 championship team, replacing
19-20 at Fort Jackson, S. C., the blue chip meet for servicethinclads ha, bent In the Navy for 17 Allen Johns who has been trans-
.. ears He halls from Port Ar- ferred.

The arrival of a number of talented athletes at NATT- thur, Tex,, where hU only previous f w'> tx a !I .
Center's Aviation Ground Officer's School has created quitea baseball experience WM In Wallace Cops Low
stir in the "varsity pots" around the station. Three newcomers high acJ ool.
to the track team ,are definitely expected to make The powerful righthanderwaves I Gross With 73 .

their weight felt in the 6ND. a 38-ounce wand that has I Winning number draw In the
The trio includes Conrad Hammann, a high hurdleri manufactured eight home runs in weekly Blind Bogey tournament at

i and high jumper, Bill Storum, ,quarter miler and high eight games this season "Hittin' I the NAS golf oourse was 78 and
who is' and third base Is what I Earl Larson Bill Bassett Joe
hurdler, and Don Watson, a javelin thrower reported playin' f' 4 > ,
to reach 175' with pleasing consistency. like to 'do best," the ageless Coleman Freeman and Doc Brown tied for

Scott and Stewart have been'standouts .for Jax Navy m' said seriously, "that's why I first place. Runnerup'' was Fred

the 100 and 220 yard dashes this season and in all but one don't pitch aa often. If I did I arsu1t I Clink with a 75, the second number

of six meets have finished one-two to lead the pack. Some wouldn't get to hit as much." I drawn.,
second best all the time but T h Ire'* irony in Coleman' ,ixio Bob Wallace shot a .78 for low
would say it's tough to be ._ '...,._
Stewart is competitor who loves to run and takes birthday feat. May f, 1918, ha : r04: : .m _i gross honors. AH other icores'

,, .i no credit away a game from his brilliant teammate, Scott. rapped out a double, triple and Willie Ctfemai were on a handicap VasU.
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Navy'a constantly improving

varsity softball team forged

into a three-way tie for first placein

the Men's City Softball League L Concensus of public opiniQnhad

Monday night with a brilliant 2.0 it that Parris Island was

victory over Fasron 109 at Lacka- tough. It was, but brother, .

wanna park. { "you ain't seen nothing yet." :::.:," 't :,,: ,': ,
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The Fliers are now knotted in Fort Jackson sends its omnipo : ., ,':',.. \" -s '''''''.1
the top spot with Fasron 109 and tent Golden Arrows to Mason Field ; 1 ; <:

Caruso Electric'', each team owning c---pS this weekend for a two-game aeries ;: : : "

... (.2 loop record. Jax Navy's # which should provide enough ;
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four victories have been consecutive baseball; entertainment to 'delight ,,

as the locals bowed in their :n even the fan with the most. es- """ ->....,. :" ," ; .. :'
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first two starts. thetic tastes. ,.$ ;.
Paul Mltchel walked to open the I I Parris Island furthered "Marine v: .' ;1 \

Fliers' fourth against; Fasron 109, domination" of Jax Navy athletics 'j)( >
moved to second on Carl Folan's y AaS
with a sweep of a two-game series -
infield out and scored on a well last Friday and Saturday. V

tagged single to left by Ralph The Islanders captured the open.

Baughan. The locals picked up er, 9.6, and were on the long end {

their aecond tally in the fifth on of a 1-( count in the second tilt.

a walk to Nick Proscia and Ding The foe tallied twice each in the

Dong Dell's one-baser to right cen- second and third innings Fridayand .

ter.Bell was ahead, :5-0, in the fifth IMPROVED SWATTER-
limited the Fasronites to ---------___.'"' "' ____' _"'._ v..' ,, ,___ __ when Roily Collomy parked one Belting the ball at a .324 clip
one hit, a single by Earl Shaler lit HIT- THE DIRT-In a close play at third In a NATTCenter of Clarence Eilertson's offerings since May 2, Joe Far, Fliers

the sixth. The Fliers played near Intramural softball fracas Bud Khen of ANP( ) School was safe over the right field barrier. young left fielder has two
flawless ball afield comniiting but at third after eluding an attempted tag by John Kubackl, AO home runs one triple and
Ships Company. The Ordnance Support nine won the fray, 10-7, Fay Author Grandftlammer.Joe three doublet to his credit
one boot. to protect its hold on first place. Fdy's grandslam home run this month. Joe will be>> at left
Friday night Jax Navy will play in the home half of the fifth narrowed field for the Fliers who host
Caruso Electric with the loser Ft. Jackson Saturday and Sun
matters but Parris Island
,
dropping to second place in loop I Fnsron 109 and NARTU utilized timely hitting in the sixth day.

standings. Fa s r 0 n 109 is not and eighth for four more runs to -

scheduled for another league. tilt Ice the decision. Braves At Home

until Monday. Cop IM Softball Titles sharpness Eileitson that showed brought little him of home the I For Seven Tilts


a..winner in five of six previous Jacksonville's
| Sports Quiz I II First round champions in both Mainside intramural decisions. PI nudged him for 13 leading Braves return Sally to League Myrtle

( Armed ForcM Pr.n Strvlci) base hits and all nine runs before -
I I Avenue park tomorrow night to
QUESTIONS
relieved in
"Specs" Brunlng \
1. Who holds the Major League in the National circuit for over-10 days, but Fasron 109, the ninth. open a week long home stand.

record ,for the most base hits? titleholder in the American League, was not certain of vic- Lucky Luttrell's double In the Macon is scheduled for a four

2. American athletes won more tory until Monday.Fleet ninth accounted for two Jax Navy game set. here through Monday,
while Augusta invades the
City
than half of the track and field activities. which involved off-would not be necesoary for runs, but the rally was snuffed
orchard for three
games, May
events in the 1052 Olympics. VA-175 prevented the Fasionites respective league championship with two down when Tom Neelywas 2628. ,

(True-False) ? from annexing their championship Aside from the playoff between thrown out at the plate attempting :'

3. When was Aloysius Syzmsnki earlier. The Attack nine was undefeated Fasron 109 and VA-175, intramural to score Luttrell had Ticket reservations\an be had "

the American League batting in its first four starts, action last week found VC-62 three hits and Neely two of the by phoning 3-4307 or by callingin

champ? but had to postpone all scheduledtilts dumping VF-43, 12.8; VA-175 defeated 10 given up by Lloyd LaBlanc. person at room 7-F Schultz ;,

4. What track performer was for two weeks which delayeda Fasron Six:; 11.8, and VF-2 Lose Second Tilt, 7-4 Building.

edited with six of 22 world records showdown with Fwron 109, also drubbed VF-174, 18-5, all games In Saturday's fray the visitors Through Monday's league activity -

approved last year? unbeaten. played Monday again wasted little time in takingthe the Braves were a full "

:5. Joe McCarthy made nine Monday, Fasron 109 rapped out Tuesday, Personnel ,racked Sup I lead and holding on. Four six games in the lead and, appeared

World Series appearances as a a dozen hits two each by Lin- ply, 16-8,' OAG: out-slugged FAW- consecutive base hits in the secom to be improving with
manager How many did he win? "with two gone" produced three each outing. There's always
wood Gray, Bill Madden, Earl Shafer 11, 22.2, Mayport edged Hospital, '
ANSWERS and Don Glidewell, to post an 8-7, Commissary defeated FaeTu. runs off Ralph Bennett. plenty of diamond entertainment -

I, Ty Cobb is the all-time leader 8.2 win over VA-175 for the Lant, 12.3, and NARTU "tripled" Jax: Navy counted once in the in store when the colorful '

with 4,191 hits. crown. .Glidewell fanned 11 and Operations, 15-5. third as Neely strolled moved to i Braves are in town. '"1'7

2. True Of the 24 events on was nudged for only three singlesto STANDINGS second on Jim Coughlin's single

last year's Olympic track and field become the winning'pitcher.' II NATIONAL LEAGUE: and came across on a fielder's run. "

program, I t-Jlrst.place. medals behind T.... W" I.. rNAKfU > choice Singles by Luttrell and Parris Island was anything but
went to athletes of the U. S. VA-175 found ItttJf : ......r...... 10 D' i/no) Fay a walk to Dick Cordell and idle after the second however
M
4-0 after two frame, but tallied Personnel ............ 1 :1 .700
3. In 1930 and 1931, when the Maypoit .............,6 3 .687 Matt Woloszyn's fly ball to right it scored twice each in the fourth
once each in the third and Commissary .......... 5 3 .625:
great Philadelphia A's outfielder, the deficit. O & G .. .. ....... 5 3 ..625Hotpilal netted the Fliers a fifthinningThe end fifth for what proved to be
fourth to narrow :'::: : -
4 VWOpeittloni
1 n.5
known to baseball fans as AI However, a three-run outburst ........... 5 5 ..'1110 '--- ---= ...- ------- (the margin of victory
Simmons, batted .381 and .390. Supply..... .. ......... 4 4 son Build Lead
by Fasron 109 In the bottom of Communication ...... 3 < .:.113F Fliers are on the road Tuesday City
4. Emil Zatopek, of Czechoslo doubt of theoutcome. 'ruLant!; ........... :2 6 .250 and Wednesday against NAS Bob Home bounced out to
the fourth left little open
FAW-lt .. ............2 7 .28S
vakia, whose new marks in distance Med *: Dent ......... 0 10 .000 Sanford, but return home Thursday I the Fliers' ninth, but there ww
,
events ranged from 10,000 Final standings In the American AMERICAN; LEAGUE May 28, to open a two-game still life in the home forces. Fay
.
meters to 20,052 meters. The batter ... '. aeries with MacDill Air
Fasron 109 T> reTel Force drew first on a boot at second
distance was covered in one League revealed iasion 100 ......... .. 10 0 1.000
undefeated in 10 starts with VA- VA-175 .uu...... 6 1 .S. 7 Base McDuff Hardware i I. the base and toured the circuit uCordell'
running VC-62 ............. 7 2 .771: only City League opponent for the to center went
175 second, sporting a 6-1 record. Fasron SU ......,...... 7 3 .700 single
5. McCarthy's teams won seven that VC-62 VP-5 ................. 5 4 .V* week, the g a m e scheduled for through Collomy to the fence Cor-
World Series all in the American There is still a chance VJ-2: ............,....4 4 .VN
) overtake VA-175 for the VF-41 ?u,..,..,...... 4 C .400 Monday, May 25, at Woodstock at dell ,crossed on Dan Caccavo'fl
(7-2) can
League. In his only World Series have VF-172 ............... :2 8 .250 2000. wild
runnerup position as both VP-3 .,....n......... :2 6 ..250VF174 pitch.
appearance for the National i I to I this ...............2: 7 .2H6 :rrd ... ---------._ Home's booming triple to kft
League, with Chicago in 1929, postponement replay VF-171 ................ 0 10 .000'
week. center, scoring Luttrell from second -
Philadelphia won, four to
games
With the ,exception of a few in the sixth, broke up a 1-1
one. 1942 Yankee
McCarthy'i both leagues have duel with Hardage k Sons Sun-
postponements, : -r
team lost to St. Louis.FLIERS' y
terminated play in the first round. day afternoon as the Fliers carved

BOX Second: round competition will out a (-1 City League victory at

commence either the last week of Woodstock.
C AIR H TI UI ,cl.Lewis Noflittert
week of June. Eason Misses
first
c I I 2 I I 2 1 1.000 May or
Whit.. .f I 2 1 I 2 1 .100 NARTU rocked through 10 opponents The foe gleaned nine hits off
f"k. p It 5 I 1 I ..421Easo. '
p 21 I it .3KLullnll without sustaining a defeat Ernie Funk, who free pawed one
j : l
\ .e I 111 31 28 :.311I.ee.ft
and struck out five Jax
in the National League as the Navy
.14Ellerflo"
P _.I il 21 I I IS a F 11' k. 4
P -1 24 2 12 I .UI entries defeated each 3 i ;: collected nine safeties off DubbaWJlliams
Jacobs, P _. 0 12 2 4 4 I ..133Her. 11 pursuing J
.., c ." so III 334 It 30 .2" other with annoying regularity. FW bunching three tn the
Far, of .._ .27 110 22 n 4S .12 .291 assiat- sixth for the win.
C.rd.ll, .f ..13 42 10 IZ la 1 ,211Nell. Personnel gained" mound _
., 31t 5 'II 2 4 4 I .2'7 two weeks ago and advanced rH9 Lefty Jim Eason pitched a one.
"".".11, .f .20 12 II 12 14 1 ..211Co"hllll ance 6
lit )0 12. 21 21 IS 10 .2" I IWol. to at least a tie for second hitter against Great Southern a*
..,.. .f )0 110 21 2J JZ .II ..201N..Iy
lit 22.. I. .2t6 place with Mayport. the Fliers rapped out a 17-0 decision J -

,,.p .. 1"J 76 2/IS' 10 0/II 1 I ..000.132Ireein0 Winders in the first round of last Thursday, the largest'

eMit league will vie with Ifoe- V margin of victory In the City
Pite".,. CIF" A SO 'II t ,et, !. a playoff >V. / -5 5 IN League this season.
.714 0.41 round champions O ._ .. .... .... ..
EII.rt. 111 27'45 I 2 ""' ---: .arkw r .-.AU?.... .........
E.... 4 20 )9 4 2 142 for the Malnslde Intramural Every member of the Fliers'

Jacob F'.k w '441 33 2J' 15 3Z. 2 4 2 I ..667"7 softball t4,.. Should Fasron ALL EYES .FRONT-Watching the flight of the ball as It lineup shared In the l -hlt picnic: ,
........ 1----1 M 22 14 J 2 ..600'runl. NARTU emerge victor I sails from the bat of Mayport's Doc Dlackwrll are Hospital bark-.1 -uttrell Home Nolte and
and Fay
109 ,
.. J 1 4 2 1/ .000 step Duck Bncholy and umpire Bill Rice. The Basin nine edtgd
.Aduad.4. 31 21 I '2 .m Ions In the. second round, a play the Corpsmen, 8.7, 'in this Malnside intramural squabble Eaton accounting for two sack,


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JAX AIR NEWS 21 May 1952

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, -. t:,.......'.,.:....,.' .., .." ,.... ...., ,." Valuable Gifts To Others
W : :' : :'<':'',.,..:,/..<".$f;;:::&.-'m"4. ;.,..ii..,!'.",',''I *
:
: 'mmmD\\ S"Z'"" iK:1f::

::> "I' ;'_ 'arvin.D.enson. AEI1 Awarded

(Items,, offerJng for sale articles .
: ,' ,
of property such as washing machines Grand Prize At Charity Carnival

\ automobiles, furniture, ra
f "It's hard to believe", was the thought expressed by Marvin
dios, clothing and the like are pro- Denson AEI1, when told that he had been awarded the beautiful

hibited by Defense Department Chrysler Newport, major prize!i of.the Navy Charity Carnival.
regulations. This i column, will, Denson received the word late 1
view the boy's bicycle was
;
however, list such services as Saturday night at the Barracks.
awarded to Blair Bailey 4446
,
available housing, rides wanted Here attending a 10-week schoolin
Shirley; the girl's bicycle 'wentto
and lost and found articles or other Electronics at FaetuLant, De
v W. L. Raleigh, 3809 Abby
similar notices). tachment 2, Denson is permanently *
Lane; and the Whirly Gig to
attached to VF-82, in
FOR RENT M. Skaff, Route 4, Box 428
Oceana, Va., where he resides
Furn. 2 rm. apt., also sleeping Jacksonville .
with his wife and 9-year old
rms., kit. prlv. 2518 Park St., daughter.Couldn't., The City Supply Company, P.

Mr. Martlin. O. Box 721, Jacksonville, took
Believe It
2 (urn. 3 rm. apts., 1047 Duval St.. the Wading Pool; Mrs W. Alu-

y-Ph. 5.9272 after 5 P.M., Mrs. He immediately went' to the girst, Route 6, Box F-16, Jack

Gwynn. _H 'as "W"_ Carnival area to claim possession sonville, was the winner of the

Small furn. apt., $45 mo., 2854 'THIS IS REALLY MINE"-Still finding it hard to believe, of his new automobile. Itwasn't tricycle, and the coaster wagon'

Corinthian, Mrs. Miller Marvin Denson, AEI1, (right) of FaetuLant Detachment Two accepts until then that he actually went to Robert J. Lyle, 1150
the keys to the 1953 Chrysler, grand. prize at the Charity believed he was the win- Hamilton.
Furn. 3 rm. apt., 722 Lomax St., Carnival, from Comdr Harry Ilarty, .Operations officer and ner.
Five: Points, Mrs. Skipper. chairman of the prize committee All recipients of Carnival
Second prize, a $1,800 Eng-
have been notified
prizes
Furn. 2 rm. apt., Lakeshore. Ph. ..
More Than 1,100In'35 Days lish Ford: went to Miss Eleanor

2.7216, Mrs. LKJrand. Cadle, of 1305 Mapleton Road.. ......."."""..> "'0<"......., ....,'.,,,,. 'A.._

Furn.. 3 rm. apt. Ph. 8-2233, Mrs. Ten VF32'.Pilots Win (EV In TheChris-Craft boat, motor and $ s

Massey, trailer were won by ti. D. Lowery -

Furn."eff. apt. Ph. 2.8981 after P. O. Box 18,' Macclenny,
8 P.M. Mrs. Rives. First Exercises With Cougars Fla.

Furn rm., kit. priv. 3642 Ernest., The first competitive exercises Other Prize Winners

Ph. 2-8126 or 8-4411, Mrs.' Neal. conducted in the F9F-6 After the gunnery exercises. Martha Roberts, 1483 West (

Furn. rm., kilo prlv. Ph. 2.7323, Cougar were held recently by were completed'at Guantamo 10th Street, was the winner of

Mrs. Doonan. Fighter Squadron 32 and' 14 -Atlantic Bay, VF-32 returned to its home \the, Westinghouse Laundromat, .

Furn. 2 bdim. garage apt., 4407 'Fleet Battle ,Efficiency base, at NAS' Cecil Field. and'the. Coldspot' home freezer

Hudnall Rd., Mrs. Robbins "E's" were won during the 15,000and S .0. 'went to Robert L Bennet, YN3

-- Foirn. 3 rm., apt.,, 2739 Green St. 25,000 foot gunnery firing; The of VF-103 ,.
Scouting Squadrons t
Ph. 7-4150, Mrs. Buchanan. Ten of'the 17 pilots in VF-32 Mrs. F. R. Pellicer, 1025 Dor-

Rms., 28 So. Second St. Ph. 112- won at least one "E"" for their (Continued from Pare 4) chester' Street, walked off with a

5-3778, Mrs'Cook. gunnery scores, while the over- are Stanley .J. Chapman, AD3; the Regina FIoor"Polisher, and

Fum. eff.( cottage, $17.50 wk., 1319 all average was "outstanding"at Lowell G. Fonts, AD3; William Lt. (jg) -J F. Ramsey, MC, of I. $.

'Hamilton. Ph.. 8-3829, Mrs. Mar- 15,000 feet and "excellent" at i J. Lowe, ADS;; Bill P. Moncrlef, the Naval Hospital won the Sun- I.t.t. {' N ? )

chun. 25,000 feet. AD3; John E. Mullinax, AD3; beam Mixmaster. '

John C. White, 'Jr.,.,ADS; DonaldC. ] t.t.
The Set and Slide went
Furn. 3 rm. apt., Southsid. Ph. More than 1,100 hours were Gym
I ,5-8079, Mr. Llndquist. flown during the 35 days VF- Andrews' AK3; Ogree H. to Nena Wedlund, 2604 Bay-I t.,
Brown, Jr., AL3; Richard D. Gar-
Furn. 3 rm. apt., $25 mo. Ph. 32 fliers were preparing for' yvt
wood, AL3;Thomas W, Anderson, t
f coveted toward the design of a new Air aq
and firing for the
.
8'3524 Park Mr. J enk-
Orange ,
AM3; Daniel V. Bychinakl, AM3; Force reconnaissance aircraft. ;.
awards at their temporarybase .
ins.Furn.. Floyd W. Coots, AM3; Curtiss H. ,
at Guantamo Bay Cuba. VC-62 assumed some of the aspects -
2 bdrm. house, $75 mo. 3302 Gibbs, AM3;, George E.. I'riegerAJ.I3. of a receiving* station last L '
Wailer Ph. 6-2404 ; Top man for the. squadron t. E
< Mr. Taylor ;' Max G.tJ.larzen.AM3; Law- week. Reporting In ..were Joe E. :
,
"." Share 5 rm. home with couple. ,was Lt. Fonville Kelly, who rence H. Metivier, AM3; Thomas Roa6h, ATAN; Glenn II. Affholter .to

3047 College Ph. 2-3552, Miss scored more than 40 per cent J. Altman, AO3J; Marvin L. Baker, ATAN; William H. Dlederich,
,
Cason. hits in the firing ,at both alti- A03; Homer 11. Brinson III, AO3; ATAN, who all came from NAT- il.. '" rnt.

FOR SALE tudes. Felix J. Cincotta, A OS; Frederick TC, MemphU, Tennessee. JamesR. $: ', .. '," '+:>

3'bdrm. house,, 4780' Beverly Circle Lt. Joseph Coleman, Lt. (Og$ ) ? V Dietz, A03; Edward J4DuntK Hardy, AFAN; Paul R. Snow, ,

Lakeshore Terrace. Ph. 8- Robert D. Roth, Lt. (jg) Richard Jr., AO3; Elmer J, Hartz. AFAN,. and Dronislaw J. Kowal- TV TEMPTRESSJean .Sullivan -

-. '1183. B. Hartigan, and Ensign Gaylord ell, Jr., A03; Clayton R. Heflin,, ewski AFAN, came from NAT- is endowed with the
Mischke, who form one div AT3; Amos W Jones, Jr., AT3; TU Pensacola. Robert D. Scares, natural assets of a TV actress
a smile and figure, as anyone
2' bdrm.. house, Cedar Shores.
ision of aviators in VF-32, won Garner Jones, ATS; Albert L. I YN3, Is back from Naval Justice can plainly see. She can frequently
Avail. June 1, 5648 Crestview
seven "E's" All of them'except Lockhart, AT3; Joseph R. Smith, School In Newport, R. I., and, be seen on NBC tele
I Rd., Lt. E. T Russell! Lt. Coleman won two. AT3; Ronald E. Williams, ATS; Jesse T. Wright, PRAN, Is back vision

Sale or rent, 3 bdrm. house, 5239 Ronald L. Johnson, PN3; Albert Parachute Rigger School
M Fighter Squadron 32's executive from
Woodciest Rd. Ph. 2.6019Mrs, officer, Lcdr. Jack L. Peterson, PR3; Francis E. (Class A) in Lakehurst, N. J.

Klngsbury. Kenyon, earned his "letter" at Nicholas, AD3; James W. Free Donald A. Johnson, AF3, is back ,NAVY WJVES

3 bdrnY. house, 4302 Genoa Ven'etia 15,000 feet by placing more man, AT3; and David C. Hartley from NATTU, Pensacola.
Ph. 88.8780 ext. 557 Lt. ; AT!.
or ,
Warlick. than 40 per cent of his shotsin Gerald D. Gjerdrum, AN, was CORNER

the target transferred to Fasron 121, Oce *
The last business meeting of!
3 bdrm. house, 4363 DaVincl, Ve- Other Aviators who garnered vc-e ana, Va., while James F. Tate, the Navy Wives Club 86 was well
netla, Ph. 88-9091, Mrs. Roth. feet to Fasron 105 in Coco
coveted awards at 15,000 Tit Air Force honored the AKC, went attended, with new members and

$ b rm. house, 4733 Godwin Ave.". were Lt. (jg) George Kling and squadron with a visit. Major W. Solo, C. Z. Robert E. Hill, AK3, guests welcomed. All monthly reports

Ortega :Manor, Cfndr, Chaplain,' Lt. (jg) James H. Kendall. Lt. J. Raynor of the Research and was sent to ComFairJax. were given and suggestionsto

Ph. 88-7425. Tom Crawford and Lt. (jg) Development Command, Wright On the golf course Lt. .C. V. Improve and enlarge several

2 bdrm. house, Murray Hill Ph Robert Seigmeister won their Patterson, AFB, was here Merrell retained the squadron golf projects were made.

i 1 8-3303( Chief Herndon. "E's". at 25,000 feet. conferring with pilots on meritsof trophy last week by besting ten Purchase of a new loud speaker

)' } bdrm. house, 4617 Ulmer ''Ave.Tlmuquana ., the viewfinder; with an eye challengers. system throughout the club house .

Manor, Ph. 'ext. 789, .... .. was reported by the bingo chair-
I 'U ,,'. :.. ,>
Ir 'Mri; OuU Ue. man. This improvement should

r I -\'.;- MISCELLANEOUS MOVIESMAINSIDE -'. ':.' add greatly, to the comfort. of alt
.. i *.* '. .
\ the bingo 'fans.
...1 'with ruby set :
Man's: gold,ring one s
.
It voted' to have the Teen-
t' set missing, l lost at Carnival Friday Y.; was '

J : night.. Ph.;:8-557' Chief Folk: ... 'I : Age-Club open Sundays and also -
Thurs., May 21 to buy a record player for that
.. for Milwaukee 30 May, .
Leaving
Sofia .................... Gene RaymondFrl : club. A report was given on the
returning,,. 13 June, share .ex 1i
formal which
dance
2t May was en-
penses. Ph. (.(H:) after 4:30: hay i
P.M. Eric Milbauer. The Vanquished .... John Wayne joyed by about 40 teen-agers..
1
An extensive report on all the
and Sat., May 23 ... ..(-
Driving to Tampa, Clearwater preparations and plans for the
Springfield Rifle ......Gary CooperJNATTCENTER t
22 :
St. Petersburg, Friday, May J. Southeast Regional Convention

s for weekend. Ph. 216, Ed H n. was given. All members were

demon. Thurs., May :21 ; asked to make their reservationsfor

tide or riders wanted, from, .19th Fast' Company ........ Howard Keel .fil'" various luncheons and ban

and.Silver Sts., Springfield, 0730 Fri.,May It 4 1'3'e :fig ': quets. Registration for the con
,
'
to 1600. jPh. 4-4970.. Sofia _.................... 'Gen Raymond .. <%;; vention will begin on Tuesday,

JUde wanted from vicinity of .Jax Sat., May :2$ ,, May .26, at 0930 at the club house.

f' Meat, Market on new 'Beach The Vanquished;......? John Wayne t', As in all previous years the club
..' '" .Blvd.,. 0800. to 1630. Ph. 98-8842 HOSPITAL participated actively in the Navy
>NAVAL
.r ext. 685, Mrs. Welb.. : Carnival for Charity. Twenty-
.. Tbvrs., May 21 : : -' seven members worked as waitresses -
and k ( i i of the'Jax Nay Wives
CONVENTION-Officials
Will baby sit, evenings w* Pirate ....Burt Lancaster PLAN FOR
Crimson No. 88 discuss plans for the forthcoming annual southeastern in. the'b.er parlor. Our
..... end Ph. 7-4788 or 7-822, Mrs. Club
Fri., May 22 convention which will open here next Tuesday. Left to thanks go to Lcdr. Welborn of

f Dodd. Fart Company ........ Howard Keel right (standing) are, June Hoover, convention chairman; Chap- Navy Exchange and Lcdr. OarrettlOn
Will baby sit, day or v.nlng, Ins lain Robert E. Elliott, liaison officer; Elsie Rose, southeastern
of IRD for their
splendid
Hamilton. Pk. S-49S4, Mrs., Ad'I. Sat, May 2S conference secretary and treasurer, and seated Marge Saultt,
.. Io4k __- Gene Raymond president .f the Navy Wives. Club. (See story Page 4)) cooperation.QO .





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