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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1953
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r Don't' Resell Exchange Items Or Buy For Unauthorized Personnel I' \'



Re-selling items boughtin sub-committee in 1949, it the Armed Forces, so 'as to refuse to take part in unauthorized make a purchase for him at rrl

an exchange, or buying't was brought out that this make a Service! career at- exchange practices the exchange but every : j

It e nt from unauthorized practice, though not widespread tractive. But most of them which infringe upon serviceman should remember I, I

}personal, is just as dangerous greatly offends. civilian strongly and understand- the legitimate sphere of civilian that in this his
and as inexcusable as merchants. ably object to any practice merchants and endanger respect

lending your exchangecard. 'CITIZENS: in general, including which threatens' civilian the Service exchange first obligation is to his fellow -

retail merchants, business. privilege. serviceman.

It is a flat violation of support the idea of grant- It is therefore the responsibility SOMETIMES it is difficult Your exchange service isa

military regulations. In the ing: special benefits and of every man to refuse a civilian privilege, not a right. Use .

hearings held by the House privileges to members[ of and woman in uniform to friend who wants YOu.to it, but don't abuse it.

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VOL-ll No. 8 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 28 May 1953 I


Home. of Commander, Naval_ Air Bases Sixth Naval District, Commander Fleet. Air. Jacksonville, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Technical Training Center. ..1,
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Huskies' VP3Sink'Enemy'Sub fl.' I.Ol' Sol Starting


,Early I In Setting : i


Mercury RecordsAccording

In Annual Drill
to the calendar, iC ry
: 5. ,
A United States Navy subma summer is not yet here, but you s'

rine od the Florida coast, representing ,can't prove it to sweltering Jaxons e "

an attacking! enemy ,
01'Sol has been beating down
force;was a dead'pigeon as a re-
suit of proficiency of VP-3. during unmercifully the past week to
set all kinds of 'records for hot
recently' completed operational
readiness inspection.The days. The average temperature
"Huskies" of VP-3 sought J1 the past week has been 97 degrees S.
with the at
out the invading force. .at part of __ high' Monday Iras I
99, according to station Aer
their annually held inspectionand p
ank." it six,different times, ology
for added good measure. Aerology reports that there l Is

Every squadron. I In the fleet possibility of showers today and m,s
undergoes the Operational Friday, but for> the most part 4

Readiness inspection once each n the heat wave (Is expected to last 1
until Sunday. ARMED AND READY
year.; BRIEFING Before aloft mining Lt. John Bristling with belted bullets,
going on a run
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Included in VP-3's exerciseswere bomb and rocket is Lcdr, Vernon
Daniel briefs his From VP-3, ; *
(left) crew on flight procedures.
search light runs, mining, thee "Huskies' participated In recent operational readiness drills. You Are Authorized "Bulls-Eye" Binlon, skipper
radar' bombing navigation,' for-' Left to right, are, Lt.' Zealand Tbigpen; Dick Garwood, ,,AL3; Work of Fighter Squadron It. lie
To ,
Uniform/ blasted out "E's" In rocket .
ALC Romaine Van Ros. '
motion. flying and live depth Ernest Wlnborne ADC; Bill Dowling ;
sum, ADS; Clayton Heflin, AT3; John Cunningham, AO1, and Quarters glide bombing and 15,090-foot,
Smoke Duly Only
bombing. light targets Lrdr. Tom Martin gunnery during' recent Atlantic
.. Fleet Battle Efficiency aerial
were shot out of the water by -- -- -- Personnel living fn Dewey

the sharp shooting nose gunnersin Service Government Park are authorized by station competitions

the big P2V' regulations to the work
wear 'Bulls-Efe'Biiiion
Comdr George D. Ghesquire, uniform only when going to .
Seven Presented Pins For
squadron skipper, commendedthe and from quarters and placeof
"Huskies" for their "fine duty. Triple Winner Of

competitive ,spirit and perform This privilege has been violated

ance during the. ,exercise. ;;" 190 Years Total ServiceGovernment by certain personnel who Coveted'E'Award"Dead

are appearing in public places

Station JoinsMemorial length of service pins, representing 190 line such stations as grocery and stores, gasO- aerial competitive markmanshlp exercises In ,..
. highways not
years of continuous service, were presented to seven Naval has made Lcdr. Vernon E.
in ,
Air. Station employees in ceremonies Tuesday morning, the vicinity of Dewey Park Bmion, skipper of Fighter

DayObservance Capt. Burnham- Mc-Caffree, I and "jsal- department ti-; Thomas I IA Such violating personnel regulations.are definitely Squadron 14, a triple winnerof

NAS commanding officer, who Atlantic Fleet Battle Efficiency -
made the presentations, also .,.' Feaster, Electrical Aircraft; Unless this practice h immediately "E'sLcdr ".

awarded a Superior Accomplish- and John M. Suratt, 8r., Aircraft curtailed, officials Binion blasted out all
The Naval Air Station this Inspector of the Overhaul and report, privilege of wearingthe
mei)t. Step Increase and a letter Re bulls-eyes in rockets for his
weekend will join the rest of of commendation to Walter S. pair department, and Theodore working& uniform while ina "E" in that exercise and then

the nation in observance of Morris, Supervisor of the Materials i Fritch, Jr, Administrative officer liberty status\ will be dis followed up with excellent .'
Memorial Day. continued.The .
The traditional 21 and Process Division, Aerohaul : (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2) scores in glide bombing and \
-gun salute ... n.1
.".. .tI.1. ... F l G ,
.u ngineer' ng coup u.- 15,000-foot gunnery for two
from the.taUon'
battery of twin
and Repair department more awards.
three-inch guns will highlight Fishermen Await Completion Of
brief ceremonies Saturday. rive. Get SO His high totals in the three

Manned by a Navy gun crew from Those receiving 30-year pins competitions placed him far
Fishing Under ConstructionA
Hildreth Camp in front of other VF-14 pilots,
C.
Ordnance and Gunnery, the station were Cohron. Leading-

gun battery will fire the salute -' man Painter; Public Works .department modern fishing camp, with everything offered in the than none of whom of the garnered more after
one sought
at one-minute intervals be ; Orvla C. Renftle, store- way of services and equipment to servicemen: is under construction "E's".
ginning at 1200. keeper (Checker) of the Supply, aboard the station, it has been revealed
Lcdr. Binion did not participate -
(Color At II", lf.Ma t camp, complete with boat
in the aerial
competitive
Colors will be at half-mast from i .j.jRl. house, beaching area and pier, Is '
exercises last lie was
0800 until the final shot is fired to be located Just south of the year.
then operations officer on the
The 0804 Mass on, Saturday at Mainside water towers at th(foot
Carries Air Group One Staff,
St. Edward's Chapel will be a Memorial of Langley Street
Shortly afterwards and before
MASS offered for the soulsof s .
he assumed command of
all those who have given their, OPERATED by the Special
VF-14 in December 1952 he
lives in the service'of' their coun Services department, the new facility -
try. Father John J, McCouan, will fulfill the fondest wishes completed a three-months tour

senior station chaplain, will, conduct .. F 4. .of fishermen, here. When com- of duty as executive officer of

the .Mass: pletedIt' will offer such equip- VF-12

Schedule Service ment M 'outboard motors, finh-

Memorial services will be held Ing tackle row boat, bait and 'In- North, West Gates .

Sunday morningat 1045! In All 4r' ;.' formation. Close At 0745 '
Saints' Chapel for all Protestant *
The North Gate and West
personnel who have died on this .(CONSTKUGTIOV the proj
Gate of the Naval Air Station
Station while serving their. country ect has been underway now for
will close to traffic at 0745
!several weeks. With the help of
Chaplain G. Weldon Gatlin will Special Services department each morning Security depart-
personnel
A 9 a rliW"wNM1 Nk9 l9irirn. edment officials have
preach, using as his sermon the gear and boat house i J. announc
theme, 'Their Memory Shall Not FISHING CAMP GOES UP-Nearlng completion Is the Naval almost completed. The beachingarea : ed.Both
Perish." Lcdr. Richard Watson Air Station fishing camp, located at the foot of Langley Street. gate will be closed until -
The camp will be operated for the convenience of service person near the pier remains to be further notice. .
(Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1) nel and will offer much in the way of equipment for fishermen. dredged



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Two Ant : .I".u. 28 May 1953 1J11


.
r. Report From Waslungron


.xWiLLIj8 IMarines I Will Train 5,000 From 500 I


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Colleges In Summer OC Program
every Thursday lot Nary ictlvtllet at Naval l Air Station Jacksonville MAINSIDEt :
( Fla.
1 NAB, J.(li.BillU ". Thurs. May :2* Armed i FMCIt tiM S.fvU.) .
(1p pt. Burnham C. McCaffree ... ...... ............... ..Commanding Officer (Itf Under the extension physicians
.... Case of .. summer officer
Comdr. James H Aln\ftronlCrir .I..ExecuUve I : Officer Slight Larceny -:---r- The Marine Corp and dentists under 51
Air i Jaei.eavlll. years of age

Rear Adm. Oshorne B. Htrdlfen ....... .. .. .. .. .. ................ ..COmm.ndf'rCept. _____..__...... Mickey Rooney candidate training program
Howard V. Hopkins ... ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ............Chief 01: SUM Fri. 29 5,000 college would have to register. Defense
May will Irain an expected
:Fleet Air M"luf Kiev*
Capt. Arthur S. Born .,. CommanderComdr. Department officials said that 12,.
Joseph T. Thornton' :::::::.,::.::.:.:::.::::::!:::.:::.Chief StafI Officer Francis Covers the Dig Town men In 1853, according to
Natal Air Teelaieal Tralalac Lester" ._Donald O'ConnorSat. 205: doctors and dentists will v*
Capt. Edwin R. Perk .. .. .. ....... .. ... ........ ..... .... ,Commanding Officer ? 30 figure compiled by Marine CorpsHq. i'the
Comtlr, Richard S. Stuart ..... .....,...... ...Executive OfftcerNsrailleepItsL May needed next two years.
l In' the South ... _.... J. *
Capt. Dwight' Wharton......... .. ...,. .. ......... .... .Com'mandlnic Officer Drums Deep Approximately ,500 colleges and *
Capt. I.. A. .' .-NAHTU. ..- _.."........??.............Executive Officer ,_-..------.....James Craig universities in the ''U. S. will supply The Chief of Air Fort*. Chap

Capt. Easton B. Noble ...................................Commandlnie Officer |. NATTCENTER the candidates. About 1,000 alns, MaJ. Gen. Charles' I, Car
Comdr Anthony 1'rulllO ............. ..........oo.,.........,.Executive Officer
Thurs. May 2S June,. 1953 college graduates, now penter, presented donations totaling .
The JAX AIR NEWS la published weekly at ,the U. S. Naval Air Station! Candidate
Jose Ferrer Officer
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Moulin the
In
Rouge enrolled
Jacksonville Florida, and printed commercially with non-appropriated funds 26,000 to the Netherlands
at no expense to the government.:; and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. Fri May 29 Course, the Platoon Leader's Class
Nov. mi. Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Stations the ,Ambassador recently to help
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit,. Naval' Slight Case of Larceny '''-'''--' and the Women Officers Training re-
Air' Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Natal Ho,pH.l. ; following lieve suffering! caused by the floods
_?....,_.-Mickey Rooney Class are to be commissioned
Editor-Andrew H. Planey In the Dutch nation earlier (this
AnnUtant Editor-Helen Harper: Sports Editor-John Charvat. AN: Staff Sat May 30 summer training. All train

Rf'pQlt"ll-lo Heixleiaon, PNSN;! Mildred Mueller, SA. ; Cliculallon-Dlstrlbu- Francis Covers the Big Town _.. ing will be concentrated at Quan- year.
tlon-Mig. Fuico J03; Vivian }\nox. SA .
The JAX AIR NEWS li a member of the Armed Forcei Prem Service. ......__.._..Donald O'Connor tico, Va. The donations represented Palm
:AFPS material appearing 'In this publication may not be reprinted without .. S e Sunday offerings from USAF
the written' 'permlatlon of Aimed Forces Press Ser\lce. publication of othermatter NAVAL HOSPITALThurs
> ta without permission of chapels world-wlde' with the exception -
except by M I\C publication prohibited :tl The Ionise voted to extend the
Edltnr: JAX AIR NEWS. May of the European
KdllorUl office located Building 930 (topside). Phone extenilon. 8184Thit Young Bess Stewart Granger doctor draft law until' July! 1, Theater.
an4 ;Q" USAFE made a separate colleo
Fri. May 29 1955.: 'The extension, which was Ion for flood relief.

Moulin Rouge'' .:.. Jose Ferrer '"
'1N Seven PresentedContinued sent to the Senate, was approvedby ''C, .* *
Sat. May 30

( from Page 1)) Slight Case of Larceny.. .......__. voice yote In the House with Present and former members of

. Pina 20 of _.. ..._.__ Mickey Rooney ,only minor opposition. of the Navy Nurse Corps observed
representing years n..IG... ..I'Uk..,.... -.V..gM.r.w..l..w....w wv v._,. n'6...", 'i"I"'ViP_.._!_!.
service, went to George H Cherry '
establishment recently. Established -
Metal smith, Aviation and '
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by an Act of Congress in
William C. Yale, Aircraft Mechanic Wt1
: 1908, the Corps now has less than
Motor of the Overhaul and Repair
3,000 members on active duty, and

department. 3 : :'' needs 1,000 nurses to reach authorized -
Memory Jogged d.1J' .
i strength. It reached x
( Is the nth in a .wrk of Receiving his service pin from strength of
peak 11,086 n1emb uduring
.
.rfio/M dealing with new Government Capt. McCaffree recalled a pleasant W World War IT. Present Director

omot4l f f ,.) memory to Fritch: It was '
of the Corps Is Capt. .Win
he, while a Chief Clerk in the ., .G
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.'): .. nie Gibson, N.C
Aviation
Training department at .:
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NAS Pensacola, who pinned naval :
aviator wings on Capt. McCaffreeat :' 1: : During the tint nine months of

A Y the time the Captain completedhis vw, 3 /e.It this fiscal! year 1953, the Defense,

flight training there in 1931. Department obligated $24.3 billion -
4 .;:; for the procurement of
Morris received his award on major

the basis of his personal contributions t.;; equipment and supplies, military

to the overall Navy construction, and expansion of
programto
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develop and evaluate optimum : ; -%t L military production facilities, it

materials and process for use In was revealed here recently. Total

Naval Aircraft. obligations of all types amount
J
Second" For Morris ed to $38 billion.Blood.

This was' the' second! award of -

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Its kind to be earned by :Morris, a
record for NAS Jacksonville. In PROOF IN TilE FIGURES-Two AOB) School,students par Bank
close attention to a rundown on statistics and records of former
addition Morris was forwarded a classmates who have made Chief since being graduated from the

FRANK C. NASH special letter of commendations School.! Facts and figures given by Cary Ellis, AOC, (sitting left) Box ScoreNo.

A.*.I.t..t i t Secretary ofDeren" from the Chief of the Bureau of and Raphael Jones (right), conclusively prove that the AOB( )
course is a fine aid to aspiring Chief AO's. left Quota Per-
Standing
( to
are
Frank C. Nash.is of the Aeronautics which read In part:
one top right) Bill.Luke, A01, and Manuel Truelock, AO1. Sch.. Met cent
tnen In the Defense Department "The Bureau of Aeronautics isled Medical 2 3 150.0

retained from the Democratic administration to the conclusion that you '

by President Eisen have been, to an exceptional degree Figures Reveal AOB( ) School Here NATTCenter Cecil Field 190 15 223 16 106.6 117.3

bower conscientious, thorough, resourceful -

A bachelor, Mr. Nash is young and technically capable Conducive To Quick Advancement NARTU Spec. Svcs. 1 4 7 4 100.0 100.0

((42)) all top officials go. He Is Asistant and considers the superior quail- Communications 3 3 100.0Marine

Secretary of Defense. ties thus demonstrated worthy of Some startling figures regarding rating of Aviation Ordnance Bks. 3 3 100.0

He was President Eisenhower' special commendation. The Chief Chiefs have been unveiled by the testing department of NATTCen- Operations 14 12 85.7

nominee Feb. 4: for a post In the of the Bureau of Aeronautics ter's Aviation Ordnance (B) :School.
_. Grn. Cv. Spgs. 30 23 80.0
department where he has worked commends you for your except UC the 25 first class AOs ad-
Security 5.4 80.0O
pine' 1951. Under ex-Preslden lonal; performance of duly and vanced to Chief, 13 were graduates to Chief. As one first class: AO
& R JO fO 66.6
Truman he was a representativef e for your distinct contribution to, of AOB( ) School since stated, "I'm here for one reason.I .

the Defense Secretary on the Naval aviation." 1950, records show. These 13 men want to make Chief. I've been Public Works 25 16 64.0
Mil.
National Security Council Staff Also present at the awards sere graduated from the local school AO1 since 1947. I've taken theChief's Fla. Dist ,,5 3 60.0
.
Sup & Fiscal 26 12 46.1
and .n assistant for International mony were Capt. Leonidai D, with an average of 84.47. One of exam on numerous occasions
Affairs. Coates Jr., 'Overhaul and with no Reserve Flee'75 33 40.0
Security j I Repair the graduates was actually a sec. success. Guys
Admin. 40.0
A graduate of Holy Cross College l- officer; Capt. Norman A. Helfrlch,,, ond class in 1950.:> getting the hats are graduatesof :5 2

Mr. Naah'a government Supply and Fiscal officer; Comdr, ee e this school. I want one of FAW-11 43 13 32.2

service dates back to 1934 when Richard L. Mann, Public Works officer A REVIEW of the figures /ur- those hats." ComFairJax 128 30 23.4

lie became a special assistant to ; Comdr. Carlton B. Starkes, ther reveal that out 'of a recent Ce e Dental -1 0 0.0

the General Counsel of the Federal Administrative officer and otheJrficials. > IRD 1 0 0.0
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graduating class of the (B) CHIEF Raphael Jones, testing
AIM 0.0
5 0
Alcohol Control Admlnlsf School, three men were advanced chief at AOB( ) School, main-

__ml__nn Inn attar____,_ _r"_r___lvlnv.n.. his__._ law__.. .ft:__ ft ___.__ .. Naval Hosp. 16 0 0.0
nuns o s :nes 01 grapns on the
degree from Georgetown Law VP-18 MEN JOIN PLANE CREW progress of each class. Comparing I Engineers 14 9 0.0 J JZbwIN&

School! his list-of classes with re-

During the war years he was I sults of the
IN ROUND-THE-WORLD CRUISE latest Chief's list,
with the Navy Department on active Jones discovered the fact that

duty attaining the rank of Patrol Squadron 18- -(-form--- other NATO countries. the majority of personnel rated

raptain in the Naval Reserve.He erly VP-861)) will be:; well Edward R. Herbert were graduates of the school. ( : ;
and
assistant to
was a special .
Checking ,
represented when a P2V-5 closer, Jones found
the Chief of Bureau of Ships Frank L. Brady, both ALl's, that 50
bomber WashIngton's over
Neptune leaves I per cent of the first
movies by the end of the year Anacostia airport i attached to VP-18, left Mon men rated this quarter were at Protestant *
ftistnnt to the then Secretary I 0830-AJ1 Saints Chfcpel-
Navy -
day for one time
next week for an "aroundthe Washington on special or another graduatesof
James Forrestal. (AFPS). 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel.
world" demonstrational! orders from BuAer td< join the the B School since 1950.
0930J5unday School.
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cruise. flight crew aboard the demon- "I'm sold on- this B School"Jones 1045-All Saints ChapeL

Station .Joins'Continued Commandeered by Comdr. strational P2V-5. Both were declared. "I'vemaintained Catholic

Edward A. Rodgers: the former former crew members with a list of facts and figures on different 08000900.1000 Mass, St. Ed
( from Page 1) of Comdr. Rodgers when he classes
skipper VP-18 now attached was coming to the ward's
will ring, "There Is No Death. to the Bureau of Aero- the commanding officer of the school. I've arrived at the conclusion 0645 Msi Chapel. Chapel.
at Hospital
At. the 0830 service, Chaplain patrol squadron.The that
nautics in the Pentagon, the this School is one
Mormon1930Tuesday
Edgar! A. Day will give the aer patrol bomber will visit such purpose of the flight Is of the greatest assets that a first NA TTC'h4lp.

mon; "'I Know". The All 'Saints countries as Turkey, Italy, to exhibit and familiarize our class can have in his advancement lain's office.-

Chapel Choir will sing O'Hara'santhem Germany Sweden, the Mediterranean Allies with America's latutP2V.5S to Chief For my money, Christian Selene.1900TuesdayNATI'C.
T Walked Where this
Today
school is
area, and many gear and tactics. definitely tops in Chap
Jrsus Walked" at both services the Aviation Ordnance field i
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Bishop Confirms ..yY Ten In Gallon Club;


Class Of FortyAt r. ",n lUJOSRlTA 13 Half-Gallon More Added Club To


St. Edward's. 12 HEADLINES One more donor has been ;

admitted to the exclusive Jax ? a

Gallon Club, bringing the total -
The Most Reverend Thomas J. .
club membership to 10.
McDonough, Auxiliary Bishop of Several special events are
St. Augustine conferred the Sacrament At the same time, 13 new
scheduled for the benefit of hospital
members have been added to
of Confirmation
upon a patients. Thursday night,
class of 48 at St. Edward's Cha- the Half-Gallon Club, boost
May 28, members of the Thespian
pel last Tuesday evening. .. Society from Lee High ing the total to 435.

Bishop McDonough was assisted School will present entertain Newest addition to the Gallon -

by Comdr. John J. McGowan, ment at 1930 in the Red Cross Club is Walter J. Gorski, ".

Senior Station Chaplain, Lt. Cxrn- p r Recreation Hall.Wednesday ADC, of VF-173.

nell J. Maquire and Lt.jg( ) Rob afternoon at 1400 The new members of the '

ert Barlik, Catholic chaplains at d bed patients'in one of the wards. Half Gallon]) Club include: ti

NATTCenter.Also will see a puppet show given by Kenneth C. Steggeman, AA,

the Jacksonville Junior League. NA TTC. ik i
present for the annual
... John E. Dixon, Public 'v
1930 Thursday
confirmation were pastors and Party night, r(
assistants from the various Catholic June 4 will be of great interest Works. i

Churches in Jacksonville to the patients, with attractive Alfred C. Simonds: OiR. t

I II hostesses on hand from the USO. Joe M. Nelson, Jr., O&R. r

Convalescent patients will enjoy Boyd C. Fowler, AD3, Fas-

: beach at the homeof ron 6.Robert.
Montana, West Va. I a party
W. Dexter, AE2,
Mrs. C. D. Towers on Tuesday
Extend Bonus Date _....._......_......_..._... v.m. June 9. Fasron 6.

For WWII Veterans N CONFIRMATIONS class of 48 mostly adults received the A vote of thanks is extendedto Louis C. Warren, AMAN,
at St. Edward's Catholic chapel last Fasron 6.Howard. .. i
the who helped
Washington (AFPS-The origInal Tuesday. The Most Reverend Thomas J. McDonoujh, Auxiliary many people M. Greene, AN, I
deadlines for applying: for Bishop of St. Augustine, is shown presiding make the patients' dance May 1
26 such Success! The NAS Fasron 109.James .
veterans' a
in
bonuses the .states of combo provided the music. The J, O'Brien, Jr., ADI,
Montana 'and West Va. have been
extended. VA Clarifies Policy ForVets' Duval County Red Cross Chapter NARTU. .

Canteen service furnished re Samuel N. Mangum, Public
Montana: Deadline for WWII \'
Works. ,
I
freshments. A special thanks goes
bonus applications has been ex Buford E. Skinner, ACAN, '::
to Mrs. Pauline Becker who has
tended to Dec. 31, 19 3. Veterans Building Loans VJ-2 .. I
faithfully organized and chap
with honorable service between eroned the girls who appear at Leola 1{. Kirk, O&R.
Dec. 7, 1941 and Sept. 2, lU5, who The af- -- --
Washington APPS( ) these dances.. Robert F. Williams, ACC, ;
insure a loan if all other usual ,
were residents of the state at the
Cecil Field.
feet of the recent removal of I .
time oC entry into the Service are loan-requirements are met

eligible. Payments are $10 .for credit controls on Governmentloans S 'Si Si Senor'To --
to WWII or Korean veteransfor
each month of stateside service
This" In a change. 1 from the past
and $15 for each month of over home buying has been certifiedby \
when the lending institution was Be 'Word'After
seas service. Maximum paymentis the Veterans Administration I.
able to obtain the .certificate on
$675. Applications may be ob- The credit controls which were behalf
i of the veterans. Additional June 1
talned from the State Board of
first to Veteran loans
In
applied information is now required suchas
,
Examiners, Helena, Mont. 1950 shortly after the beginning : whether the applicant is a Classes in new conversational i t
West Va. Deadline for WW I of the Korean War have been
now veteran of World War II or the Spanish will commence June 1 ,

/ and II bonus applications hu been completely lifted. This action, Korean action, or both, of his loa.n at the ANP( ) School, Building Best wishes to Trudy Paraticondola -

extended to June 30, 1953. Eligible made effective as of Apr. 25, 1953, guaranty benefits, or the statusof 502, NATTCener Education office TD3, of ComFairJax and-Ken ''ii

are veterans'with 90 or more WM authorized by the Housing: any prior government loans.The has announced. Officer and
of active service between Stewart BMSN, of Special Bat-v ,
days April I and Home Finance Agency. I ;
final date by which moat enlisted personnel are eligible
6, 1917 and Nov. 11, 1918, and to attend. ices department, on their recent f
World War II veterans must apply -
between Dec. 7, 1941 and Sept. 2/ Thus It it poMJbta for veteransnow for home loans U July 25: Classes will be held Monday, engagement Trudy Is from'BI k- '

1945. Applicant must have beena to obtain home loans with no 1957, while those who have had Tuesday and Wednesday of each lyn, and Ken claims Nw York \1))

resident of the state for six down payment and with a repay. service since the beginning of the week from 1615 to 1715. I City as his home. From one sunny (
into the
months .prior to entry ment term up to 30 years It was Korean war have until 10 years The course of instruction will i
Service.Payments. climate to another will go Trudy .t
emphasized, however, that since from the end of the current emergency be supervised by Pedro G.
are $10 for each the time loans are made by pri-I Flores, AEC, presently attachedto as she departs this week for anew

month of stateside service and $15 vate lending: inatltulons, the NATTCenter, and will con- assignment in Hawaii.

for each month of overseas sere i ers will be the ones who make the tinue until all members have Welcome aboard is extended to

ice. Maximum payment is $400. decisions on the actual terms. Committee Considers successfully passed.
I Carolyn Price, UN, who reportedto
Applications may be obtained Survivor Pension PlanA Upon completion of this coursein NAS from
from the State Department of Veterans Hospital Corp
Also there U no longer any restriction system by which retired New Conversational Spanish,
Affairs P. O. Box 5127 School, Great Lakes. Virginia I
: ,
on how the four per cent personnel! could leave part of a USAFI. diploma, plus high
Capitol' Station, Charleston, West gratuity payment may be applied. their retirement pay to sur school and college credit will be Rondinelli ham been promoted to

Va. Formerly it had to be applied to viving wives and children is given to the students who have Chief Yeoman. .

reduce the principal amount of being considered by the House passed the subject. Hours( of at. Those reporting In to NATT

Radford the loan. The payment equals Armed Services committee. tendance will have a great bear- Center Waves Barracks are Marine
Adm. four per cent of the guaranteed ing on the awarding of credit.
Servicemen who want coverage Pfc.'s Delores Cilakey, B. S.
portion of the loan up to a maxi.! For further information, con
Gets TopMilitary mjum of $180. would have to( so de tact the NATTCenter Education Jackman, B. D. Denton, Carolyn
cide before completion of 18.rean'
The Veterans Administrationalso office at Extension 8388. Miller, Helen Bowers, Jewel Wal.
service. But those already .
advised those ker and
seeking government Rosemary Guenckel.
Post at or past the 18-year
loans to apply to VA mark and those already retired Set Hawaii ExercisesMarine Waves include Gloria I. Hydler,

regional offices in advance for would have 120 to Air SU., Kaneolir Ray, SA Aileen Weiland
SA
Washington (AFPSPresident) days ; ; A. R.
certificates of eligibility. This will HawaJI (AI'TSJr-More) than 2,500
Eisenhower has named Adm. Ar come in if they desired. Also I McNenamin, SA; M J. McArdle,
reduce delays in processing loan retired for Marines and 3,000 Navy personnel
thur W. Radford( as the new Chairman applications later. The certificatesare persons disabilityin are scheduled to take part in field SA; P. M. Blake, SA; Ba nkict-
I of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the future could qualify at
.
to lenders wicz, SA and O. Seibon SA.
necessary proof time of retirement. and amphibious exercises in late ; ,
succeeding Gen. Omar N. Bradley. .
that the VA will guarantee or May and June. --- -

ANavy d R a df or d w ill b e th.e .f'1.al.. .. .. .
m "' --- - --- -- -------------- -- -- --- -
man to become Chairmanof Tops In Their Clas NEW BUDGET TO CUT

the Joint Chiefs. NAVY BY 51,000

In revisions, which will cause a Two Marines, Sailor Cited As Honor Men At CenterTwo I MARINES BY J J7,000;

'complete change of the uniformed .
--- -- A
unveiled
new budget the
by
heads of the Defense establishment Marines and One sailor I I|I pleting high school in Mt. Pleasant (ished high school; Harry Spyers, Eisenhower administration stipulates

President Eisenhower also won honor man standings at the I S. C.Another. \ aviation electrician airman, fin. slash '
named Gen. Matthew B. Ridge- Naval Air Technical Training Ma ished first in a class of 78 in nel a of Navy person
by 51,000 men and a 17,000-
way to( succeed Gen. J. Lawton Center last week. rine, Pfc. David the AEA) School with a 83.87
man reduction from the Marine
Collins as Army Chief of Staff Pfc Charles R. Cook Jr., K. Seg- e mark.

Adm. Robert. B. Carney will be Isle of Palms," golke, led his Spyres is obtaining his high Corps.The
budget would cut 5.1
by $
named sometime in the future as S. C., led the class at A 0 school dip i I ojr ", billion the amount
Chief of Naval Operations, the A School 1'.9 / ) of money
g r a.d u ating { ) ma throughthe J that the Truman administration
President said. class at ANP with a graduating -' Armed
asked
Congress to appropriate
;
Gen. Nathan F. Twining had ( ) School. average IAI'e.topped Forces Ins t i i- and
cut by $2.3 billion the
previously been named ah the Cook, whose of '88.50. He A tute. He has'
? amount to be spent by the servIces
successor for tIM retiring Gen. 92.16 was high the "t.': .;''" been assigned in the coming fiscal year.
II oy t Vandenberg':' a* Air among 152 students \ '" standings of 52 Seggelke to the Na .

Force Chief of Staff, effective finishing classmates.Seggelke. val Air Station y" The Navy keep the money

July 1. Airman School, Cookis from Stillwater, at Hutchinson, '. for stalling a third biff carrier.:

Gen Alfred M. Gruenther was now on his way to AT Schoolat Minn., to to be transferred to the Kan. for duly\ Syyres Previous military' manpower

named to succeed Gen. Ridgeway Memphis. Marine Corps Air Station, El: Spyres enlisted In the Navy in goals, Air Force expansion and

aa Supreme Commander Allied Cook attended Georgia Tech Toro, Calif, for further duty. 1951, and attended boot camp at monthly draft call would >be

Powers Europe (SCAPE). from 1950 to 1052, after corn- .Although he had not yet fin- Sm Diego.-Calif.! reduce by the smaller budget.



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"ago Tour JAX AIR NEWS __28 May 1953



VF-103, VC-62, VP-18. VF-14, Fasron Six Report Father-Son




I Scouting Jucksonville Area Squadrons At Team VA Toils'-3 5 :


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vr-ioa

Two officers are leaving VF-103 rule the game was stopped In""the A phenomenon in the serviceis

'this week for "homeslde duty." fifth inning. t------ -f k the presence of both a father

:Lt. Edward T. Russell and Lt. With this game Dullard's strike and his son in the same unit. In

John A. Kane, having served their out total rose to 72 in 40 inningsof Attack Squadron 35 there is just

Reserve tour of duty, are being play. He also contributed! three such a team.

released, to inactive duty. hits to his own cause. Daniel W Hartman, 3r., Chief

The squadron has now "turned Lt Russell Hill relieved Lt, Aviation Structural Mechanic,

in" all of its FG's and is rapidly Chandler Merrell of ,the responsibility and his son, Daniel, Jr., have

making the transition to, F9F-6 of the squadron golf, trophy been together for a little more

Cougars: With men and pilots being last week by defeating a field of than A year Young'Dan's trans
fer to his Ilad's'outfit: the
10 competitors. was result
sent to various Jet specialty

schools, It shouldn't be long until There seemed to be a mass exodus of a' letter written to the

VF-103 takes its place among the this week to and from VC62as Navy Department by Chief

1n James. Lowe, ATAN 'Hartman in ,which he requestedthat
top Operations, Maintenance. ; Rodney
and Morale. 'Beakley, ,.ATAN; Glenn Affholter, his son be allowed to join

The squadron proudly reports. ATAN, and William Dlederieh, him for' reason of father'* .on

that ,Clarence L, Whltaker, ATC, ATAN, reported In from NATTC, companionship. The Navy
agreed.
who returned from the Enlisted Memphis; Charles Routte, AE3, .

Air Intelligence Training Courseat from NAS Corry Field, Pensacola, 1 TOLD S .

Norfolk, placed first in his classof and Bennie Truskowskl, AD2, -- Chief Hartman, who hopes

13 men from Fasron 6. that his 20 years of naval ex perence -

Don Mann Melvin AND NEW-The voice of experience reveals Itself as might enable him to
AD2, and
A trio'of new men reported this Daniel W Hartman Jr., AA, (left) receives a bit of fatherly advice give
week from NAAS, Klngsville, Lynch, AN'have been transferredto from Daniel Hartman Sr.,' ,Chief Aviation Structural Me- I his boy some pointers about the

Texas. A hearty welcome to William Fasron 6; Bob Crelghton, AN, chanic. Both father,and_son. are attached to Attack.Squadron, 35. Navy, intends to return to col-
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Leschak, AD3; James W. to Sub' Group One, Bayonne, N.J,; for the older P2V-3'.. legs upon retirement and obtain

Crouch, AD3, and David R. Day, John Caraglanls, AN, and Steve 1 e Marine Dungarees To a degree in construction engi-

AD3. Messarosh, AN, went to NATTC, VF-U neering. Dan Jr., who entered

S S Norman, Okla, and Ralph Stewart Lose Baggy Look the service in Dec. 1951:>"1, plans to
Officers and meet of VF-14 are
VC-62 ,AN, has been discharged. now busily preparing for, their New changes in the Marine make it a career as did'hisather.

Much hustle and bustle is shown New officers reporting include forthcoming Med cruise aboard the utility uniform have been announced .
Ens. Kenneth E. Luke and Era. .
around Hangar 115 by VC-62's USS Franklin D., Roosevelt.The by Headquarters The

photo detachment 7-53 as ,it pre- James R. McCormick "Tophatters" have Just "new look" will eliminate the Although strongly resembling j

pares to board the FDR. The detachment S baggy look Marines have one another, a big difference between I
completed firing
gunnery competion !-
will include 5 officers VP-U at and ,when wearing their dungarees. this father and his son isthe
15,000 ,aie now flying
and 25 crew members with Lt, I Within the put month, over 50 a rugged schedule in amount of decoration on
new men have reported to VP-18 preparation their uniforms. Besides chief
H. Henderson
Henry as officer-In- for Consisting of trousers and a
forthcoming competition at
detachment No. 1 here at''Jax.
petty officer stripes and four
charge.A 25,000 feet shirt-type coat and a cap that
These include mostly ATAN's, "hash-marks" Hartman Senior
,
detachment comprising 3 officers will retain its shape throughout -
rated machinist mates, and AD In the recent competition, Lcdr. outweighs his son with the Navy
and 23 enlisted Jaunderings the
men deployed many ,
Chief Petty Officers. of Vernon E. Binlon, commanding officer -
I Twenty Unit Citation, Good 'Conduct
to the USS Midway with new utility uniform has been
the older scored 53 hits on the bannern
squadron members have
Lt. Howard Wegmet as O-ln-C, returned i designed for smartness and Medal with four stars, American,
quality
been separated and gunnery firing to for an
just in time to bid them dischargedfrom' "E" he had easy wearing The new utility European, African and Middle-
the squadron.Congratulations ; previously garneredan East ribbons and the Naval Occupation
bon voyage uniform will not be available -
"E" in rockets and bombs. 'Lt.
On May 18, VC-62's nine stickers are in order to Herb Landees also until the fall of 1953, and then Medal with European

overran VP-5 by a score of John White, AE3: and the new "E" 'In Plane garnered an only in limited quantities.The clasp, He has served on nearly
Mrs. White. John and his bride gunnery. Captainsare all of major naval craft including
344. Because of the 10 run lead wearing of combina i types -
painting ,
now the "Es" on the
were married last Wednesday" in the'' U.SS. Lexington,
pilots' respective planes. tions of the new utility uniform I- !
ceremonies held at Ocala Marblehead and Cali-
Eagle
,
Lt, John R. Harper was recenty ; wjth the old dungareeswill
DavenportIs Since the squadion's deployment be ,ornia..
transferred to the training command permissible.
overseas in January, the men of Dan Junior who
.. at Pensacola, and Ensign wears a pair
Double the detachment have been attend of thin green stripes on his leftleeve
Harold N. Simpson has joined the Padfield, ADC.
ing classes in P2V-5 in
training rophatters" as Air Intelligence has a long way .to go to
anticipation of the newer model Officer. Nine men have been transferred catch up with' Dad.
At
VF31"Here
Neptune bombers. Many of the to new duty stations. The ex-
An dozen
squadron's personnel are now even men recently re "Top haters" are Joseph L. 'Wai-, Ing Loop by taking pair from
"Here! That is the potted aboard and added to therew's
double ready for the modified planes If lace, AD2; Victor M. Izzo, AMAN; Acme Sewing Co., after losing the
answer a roll call in complement. A hearty welcome -
they should come as replacements Aaron K. Jacobs, AE1; Alvin E. opener. ,Acme took advantage of
Fighter Squadron 31 would to William G. Street, AF3;
Ketola, AT3; Raymond T. 'Cielew- the local's slow starting with a
get unless: he called the first Raymond T. Murphy, AN; John
ski, AK3; FranWijxJ. Flnerfrock 837-780 yabut things were
Special Lawyer J. Burke, AT3; Thomas A. Mahoney ,
Davenport ATAN; Eugene M Savage AD2; James F. Scarbach, PN3; different in remaining' two as

Gene ,D. Ward, AT3, and RobertC. the favorites went home with wins
AD3; Eugene J, McGill, AD3
William T. Davenport, AD. Service MadeAvailable ;
of
Powell, AKAN.. 840-776 and 870-758..
AN, and Charles E. Davenport James B. Watson; Jr., HM3; John S I

ADAA, reported to VF- L Roshell, CSG2; James W Cash, I Fasron dropped a couple in the

31 for duty recently from HereThe ADI; Robert G. Justiss, ADC; David Faron Six I Men's City Softball League l last
W AD2 Bernard Caihey, ADCA, and : week being shut out by Cecil Field
NATTC, Memphis, Tenn. Kelly, ; and James E.
special Lawyer Reference ----,--_. Kenneth F, Russell, AN, reported 7.0 and downed by Drew Co. 8-5. t
Only a short time 1 before: Service, Instigated last March by ,; for duty last week from VA-45. Totals for Cecil in Wednesday's

they reported aboard, the the Jacksonville Bar Associationand L dr. Bell Takes Over Victor J.
Ciepllnskl, AD2, checked battle were 7 puna!, 6 hits and 1 I

brothers finished their first various military legal officers At Fighter Squadron 32 In Monday from Fasron 106,'where I error ,while FUsron' had no runs, 5 !
in the all of which in this area, has its worth. he
year Navy, proved served for two years. John W hits, and 6 errors.. Bill Burgess ':

has been served together since Guy W Bolts, president of the Fighter Squadron 32 had a Thomas,- AK3, returned from Special was charged with the loss

they enlisted on the same day Association, has announced that change of command last week Services last week after play ,. i

in May last year. since its start the Service has furnished with Lcdr. Malvern Bell taking ing with the band for the Navy: 1

William and Charles also help not only to local per over from Lcdr. Roy Reed at Charity Carnival. Overseas EM Due

worked together for a while sonnet l but to NAS Cecil Field.
servicemen sta William
Lcdr. Heed has been assigned J. Burgess, AN, and Per Diem Slash I
before enfisting. Both
were tioned out of Florida and abroad. wife proud
to; Carrier Test Division 'at NAS Mary, are to announce Reduced station per diem
employed by the same company All legal officers attached tona"aI the recent arrival
Patuxent River. from Mr. Stork subsistence allowances of $1.05
in Roanoke Williamas During his tenure
Va., and military units In the who delivered
a stock control clerk and Jacksonville area have been ad as skipper he, saw\ his squadron baby The an 8 lb., 4!4 oz a day will begin July 1 for enlisted
boy.
change over from the new addition named men wilfi their
F2H- serving
Charles as a sales clerk. vised of the Service, which was William Junior
made his
2 Banshee to the new F9F-6 Cougar appearance dependents in many foreign I
established to
provide'legal aa- at the Naval
------ Hospital May
jets, the first operational countries.
stance to persons moderate 22.
Marine Officers Wives'Club squadron in the Atlantic Fleet to When government messing
means at reasonable fees, and '
Meets MonthlyA do so. Fasron's keglers maintained facilities are available, EM with
to assist In
people contacting a I
luncheon and swim part suitable attomt"Y.Under =;-third place- In the Veteran's BowlSUBMARINE dependents In A I lank a, New-

foundland, Canada, France ,
,
were enjoyed by members oft the plan, naval personnel """Jt -- '

:Marine Officers Wives' Club, may interview the Legal Officer Great Britain, Iceland, North

which held its monthly social of the Station or Command, Africa, the Philippines, Puerto

meeting at the Officers' Club If it I Is decided that the services Rico and Saudi Arabia are principally -
affected. Two major
last Friday. of a civilian attorney are needed
areas not station
The group, organized recently, the Legal Officer may arrange for authorizing
allowances the East
Is open to wives of all Marine an, appointment from the 'Refer- are Far
and Germany..
officers living in the area, enc Service's referrer. r
.
whether they are wives of reserve Each client so referred I I is LW
Neighbor "You should be
:
officers, men overseas or charged a registration fee of $1.00, -
here on the Station. wjilch entitles him to a 30-minut more discreet, Last night I saw
.o.& you kissing wife. You ought
Purpose of the club, which consultation with the attorney for STINGER-The Navy has your
announced the first to pull "
meets on th ,third, Friday of every a Axed fee of 500. Additional successful ht of its newest antl-submarine airplane, the Grum your shades down.

month, is to help wives Jiving feet charged must then be arbitrated man S2F-1., The plane is the first carrier aircraft combining sub Husband: "Ha, the Joke is on
marine search and attack features. Its equipment includes the you. I wasn't even" home last
in the area to get acquaint by the Bar Association.' latest In detection gear and destruction devices night.



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28 May 1953 JAX Ant NEWS Page Five


Protestant Clergy ftCBTTUWUTT il
,,,gCd14" KI .
I 1flL''J1' $ .

I Confer At Annual YO 1 ,

I

! Spiritual Retreat BIZ..Ii 1\ t

r
Protestant Chaplains of the. "I"Mm.d FOTCM Press S.f.!e.) i
Army, Navy, Air Force and Veterans Jack Bee ny's. touring vaudeville

Administration convened' troupe a smash success on the

for a three day retreat in the West Coast.Grossed $43.000 the
Small Chapel of the Naval Air
.. first week Jimmy and Tommy
.:Station last week.
Dorney" to be combined for the
:
This was the fifth year Chap. ,
first time in too long. They are "
Jams have gathered for a retreat -

v based on the theme of the yF now accepting bookings for the .

'Primacy of-the.Spiritual Life. fall Latest survey by Variety
i ".... Similar retreats are being held 14W iI shows that radio is still top dogIn ti a (;'l I f1 I '

..: :concurrently throughout the Uni pii f the moneymaking 1

ted' States All are sponsored by department 1I
'
the General Commission of -..i gross

'Chaplains and the Joint Depart. $ 473, 100, 000 I
.ment of Evangelism of the National n onnn n..n.n. _.._ .__ __ __.. ..m... m..mm..on for 52 was J
Council of Churches. HOLD RETREAT-Closing a three-day chaplain's retreat at (336,300,000 for
Clergymen n o f denominations the station, civilian and military Protestant chaplains gather at TV J
Speak.inq
the steps of the Small Chapel where meetings were held. Front
'not affiliated with these organizations row (left to right) are, Rev Paul Hortin, pastor Christ Methodist of Variety, Thirty new books/ varied in
are cooperating with the Church, St. Petersburg; Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, NAS commanding we like their > subject and type, are here this ,
program. officer; Rev. Albert Klsslinr pastor Riverside Presbyterian headline c o m- >w"" week. We present these as a t
Church Jax; and Lcdr Grimes Gatlin, NAS Protestant Chaplain '
ment> the
and host for the retreat. Second row Chaplains Lt. J. M. on preview
The' Rev. Albert KissInc.) pastor Danielson, NAAS Sanfordf Owen' Cooper, Camp Gordon, Ga.; number of ani s Battle Cry-"Sure it's jot gut', :.
6f Jacksonville's Riverside Lt. David Humphreys, NATTC; Ltdr. Milton Kuolt, NATTCj and mal songs that sure it's got but what f
Presbyterian Church and the Lt Edwin Barton, Naval Station Green' Cove Springs. Back row, are coming out gore "
Lcdr. John Montgomery, Fleet Chaplain and Lcdr. Harry Farr, it's got most Is glory Just M
.
Rev. Paul R. Hortier! pastor of these days, "Tin
Naval Hospital chaplain. you've read Caine Mutiny we ex-:
____ '
.
'Christ Methodist Church, St. Pan AHey'sFour 'MfS
-- -- .
pect you will all be reading this
Petersburg, were leaders of the Footed
Make Plans For Debbie Reynolds fine novel of the Marines in World
study conference. VF-22 Lands First, Kick Makes
War II.The t
Tuesday's subject J carried I Classes 3,0001/1/ Jet Aboard ASCAP Sound like ASCAPA".. Wild OhioMen in silks

I through the afternoon and evening -Nursery Lake Champlain/ < Edward R. Murrow, CBS commentator and bejeweled women comprise ;

sessions, was devoted to the Within six months VF-22 has received the Lord the struggling wagon train searchIng -
evaluation of man. A morning, For ChildrenSpecial for security Deep forests I! ,
has landed the first and the and Taylor $1,000 award for being VJ
afternoon and evening sessionon Indian I raids
quick nothing-
3,000th jet fighter aboard the an "Intellectual Adventurer" I
classes for
Wednesday covered the rebuilding nursery this
stopped strange group. They
school children and USS Lake Champlain (CVA- LlwUxth" Scott and fharlton,
of the chaplain's life. aged seven < 39)) although based ashore for
The final Thursday morning session over, have been set up for the UN ton set for Columbia's "Scal Reign of Terror who found life
four of those months.
was the renewal of vows summer months In the Ohio.
pal" Latest addition to men'sclothing
Lt. ( ) Tom Francis made
Mrs. George Kasnias assistantto jg
and dedication. ,
I M'awtl. .
the senior kindergarten teacher the 000th landing aboard the as offered by several of Mickey. Story Yankee
will supervise play periodsfor "Champ" recently while the I the better;,, mags is straw vests and fan or not, every sportsman will i
The Chaplains were invited to these children Monday former "Cavalier" skipper, shorts for summer wear- make enjoy the full story of a man .

convene at the Naval Air Sta- through Friday, from 0800, to Lcdr. Donald E. Runyon,made "crazy" suntans Debbie Reynolds whose dad started him on the
tion by Copt. Burnham C. Mc- 1600. the first landing as the ship had the right answer at the road to baseball stardom at the I
Caffree commanding offlicer.Arrangements time last week. When of five
}" Instruction will be given in operated off Guantamo Bay, right askedIf age ,
,
were made by baseball Cuba last year she had experience in the romance F1)Ing Saucer* An authority
:" \ basketball and other
; Comdr John J, McGowan, sen- games. A special playground will The ,1,000th jet landing was department she said 'No on radar and solar research gheshis

., ior station chaplain, and Lcdr. be set aside for their use. The made after a routine air-to-air but I'd like to try It" conclusions and why. The
:"' Grimes Gatlin chaplain of All children will also be permittedto gunnery flight at which time There are rumors making the saucers do' exist, have been seen ,

.... Saint's Chapel. bring their own books and the carrier was 700 miles from rounds that the Ford Foundation's BUT they are not what people I

,;.' Those attending were:; Chaplains 1 land. presentation, "Omnibus" ," which thought. Science-fiction readers
:,. toys.This wound will surely! be ready for debate.
Lt. E. M. Barton, Green is a new feature, offered just recently up a 26 week
stint over CBS-TV will be backin The World And The'! Wf'ft--
: : Cove Springs Naval Station; Lcdr. for the first time. Mothers can '
::. Milton Kuolt, Naval Air Technical contact Mrs. Linde Forsyth nur Sailor: "Is this ice cream the fall-with a format aimedat Toy n bee draws from hit vast

t" Training Center; Lcdr. John sery supervisor, for additional pure?" the kids. Nothing definite, yet. knowledge of history in this entirely

Montgomery, Fleet; Lt. David information, including rates. Waiter: "As pure as the girl: of "Omnibus" probably did more to new book to present his
Humphreys, NATTCenter;' Lt dreams." raise the level of television entertainment views of the struggle in our divided
your
Owen Cooper Camp Gordon, Ga.; to the adult pitch than world.
Lcdr. Harry Farr, Naval Hospital Sailor: "Gimme a pack of cig- anything since the cathode tube Sea' Robbers' sequel to

and Danielson Naval arettes." came on the scene. Haunted Reef for enthusiasts of
Lt. J. M.
,
__ __ .11__
adventure SIUIICB':' wit h pearl':' uiv-
Auxiliary Air Station, Sanford !
I, Ing salvaging and pirates in a

IrLiMiIIjI1[ modern setting
First Wave YotedPOofIheWeek SALTY HUMOR FROM Case Of The hesitant lIos-teM

HERE AND THERE 1IMlliJaWU& Gardner's latest mysterywe'llpay

no more, for every mysteryfan
The mother-inlaw of one of the knows an evening of enjoy.

parishioners had died and, after ment Is in store

At., NATTCenter the funeral; the good priest went : v March Or Die-At last! Not a
I I to the man to express his con : movie version, but the teal thingin
There'will be a new insignia dolences. this exciting1 story of the
i! tome June 16, on the hat of Virginia "What complaint did she die French Foreign Legion and the

Barrett, leading petty officer of, Pat?" the priest asked sym truth back of the legends whkh
\ of the Administration officeat pathetically. have fired the imagination in manya

NATTCenter. "Why Father," said honest
,. M colorful yarn.ftlorU1C'lltion .
The Wave Pat, "there wasn't any complaint. Wkv f Of AI Toohim-For

yeoman was Eerybody was satisfied." gay reading, this I is 1tt! Just a

on the list of normal family, two parents. and

temporary appointments If we are to believe an exchange ,. ) AlK three sons, until joungHerman
s' f
to the following happened Ir Pl v voted his dad into Mr.: Average
'
chief petty officer in a city not so far away One American of 1952.: The hilarious

:. Virginia'' Sabbath evening the mother suddenly q t ., h t 1 aftermath with publicity TV
served with %' opened the door to the parlor '-1 : F shows and all the trimmings f 4

the Coast and started to enter., There proven there's nothing "average"
GuaVd during she saw her daughter and her : : : about the whole thing.

World War 11, Barrett daughter's beau Amazing Mr. Doollttle A
"Why" gasped the befuddled World War I flyer who never lost ..
In Washington, D. C At the out-
mother, "I never filth in aviation and led the daring
break of the Korean conflict, she
entered the Naval Service and "But, mother, you must have! World War II raid on Tok'o.A .
replied the daughter.A half-century of a memorable
was assigned to NATTCenterShe
'
life.
came here in January 1951 man passed, his face scratched 4S .
and is one of the plank.owners and patched with court plas- Sailor: "I suppose you dance?"

of NATTCenter. Gal: "Oh, yes I love to."

The Center's Petty Officer of ter"What's the matter with your Sailor:, "Swell, that's better

the week is a native of Boston. face?" one man asked another, than dancing any day"

I after the first had gone by. VIE FOR FLASH HONORS-These 10 beauties were pickedby
The other day I was taking a t "Oh! said the other lhadn't the Chicago Press Photographers to compete In the finals of Cook: "Did you say you want
picture of my girl in a high wind, you. heard? lIe was fighting for the "Miss Photo Flash" contest. Top row, are, (left to right) Car ed these eggs turned over?" *
Decker and Lou Taylor second
melita Glbbs Betty ; row Nancy
and got a terrific clothes up of a girl's honor. It seems she want Miller Carol Sejermark, Reggie Dombeck' Nola Cart III; Front Corpsmen: ;"Yeah-to the Museum .
her. ed to keep it." row, Lee Gaye, Myrna Hansen' and Arlene "'IlII ms. of Natural History.

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!.11.\, Potent Tigers


Eye Seventh



T. LL a p1f Straight Win


Bobby Joe Cole and Willie
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Coleman backed round trippersIn

> II IIY the sixth to lead the Jax Navy

Tigers to,an impressive 19-' victory -

over the Jax Dodgers at the

1r Il' K/I 'HI'A Edward Waters' diamond lasf


f e With--John M. Charvat weekend.It was.the sixth straight win

: yRp for the local cf&loreJ. nine which
Only five of the winning performances in the Sixth Na- Saturday seeks to avenge a previous

val District Track and Field Championships met specifica- loss to Raiford Prison. Tee

tions for the All-Navy meet at CampXejeune, June 11-12-13. Johnson will toil for the Tigers.
However, the Fliers still have another chance to equalor
"Poor Devil" Garrett has
ROAD BLOCK-What do do when the catcher already Sunday
better the qualifying marks established for entry in the you
I has the ball and you've rot about 10 more feet to go? Don Glide- the mound assignment againstthe
All-Navy meet when they host Eglin in a dual meet Wednesday -. well of Fasron 109 eyes the remaining footage which separates Sanford Panthers

June 3 at Lee High School Field. him from VA-175 backstop John Salisbury and the pay station. Into the weekend competition .
He was out on this play, but ,Fasron 109 did tally In the ensuing
Times distances and heights recorded in previous
the Tigers will field eight start-
In
Innings for an 8-t victory' to clinch the first round crown the
meets through the season: are eligible for All-Navy com American League of Mamslde intramural softball. ers' who are hitting above 300.

petition. the winners in the GNU Walker Abernathy's potent wil-
theB boat forls continued
missed activity low has been sounding at a .372

Ed Scott bettered the qualifying time in both of his} Mainside ones Inaugurate clip to pace the regulars.

District championships, the 100 and 220-yard dashes. Scott Against the Dodgers, Jax Navy

toured the furlong in 22.1, to eclpise the prescribed 22.2, and. unleashed an 18 hit attack that

edged the 10.1 time in the century by a tenth of a second.' Second Round Play MondayTwenty included the two home runs and

Pensacola's Joe Waltner and Gerry Holland, who fin- six doubles, a pair authored by

: ished one-two in the 6ND, and ':Marv Peterson of Jax Navy, Slim Harper, "B-37" Long went
who finished in the show position, all bettered the qualify teams, divided equally in two leagues, are set to the distance for the win.
the second round of Mainside intramural softball activity
open} -
ing: distance of 185 feet in the javelin throw. IValtner's.winning'pitch -
Monday afternoon with Fasron J09 and NARTU retaining -
197' 6".
t Len was Kehl, the Fliers' second double winner Satur- favorite. roles on the strength of first round performances. Fliers' Farings

day, was inches ahead of qualifying for the hop-step- C Al 1 n IB Jar P t.
Fasron 109, representing the L..u, e 1 1 2 1 l' aJi 1.000
jump as he soared ,out 42' 91%< The All-Navy mark Personnel Strengthened lI'hn.' eI 1 2 0 1 I 5 .IIOI<
American and NARTU
League, ZuiUr. If 1 2 1 1 1 5 .50*
\ 1s42'. flying the National loop banner Mayport, O&G, NARTU, Hospital Lutlftll, )4 J211 38 so .j 1 .1811
Needing a heave of 45' to enter the All-Navy shot-put FAW-11, C Communications. rut, II T 21 I 8 8 8 .164!
met yesterday at Albematle'Field Euoe, II 14 JU r 11 11 II ..314atl.t4.
competition, Stan Black of Pensacola was home free with a Supply, Commissary, Personneland '... 11 2* I 10 14 5.. ..8411.KXS/
to determine the first
has been ( Jsei, II V 12 I 4 4 8T .
47' Bob Brautigam of Jax Navy
l'/fc" performance. the
Operations comprise entries
round champion. A score was not Bfiiwtl pNolle 12 24>> R 8 1R 41. .8011
over, the qualifying mark several times this season. for the National division. : ik i 20 2 < 8t .800.2sr
available at press time. HOTM, eCordrll )4 129 31 sr :3It Ii .
Qualifying marks for All-Navy competition, aside from Personnel trailed NARTU for rf J5.. 10 14 )0 .281
those previously mentioned, include: 440-yard dash, G0.8; Winner of the second round the first round and is ftf, tl :/1 111 21 Sit 44 U. .2K4
\ will clash with the first round toga expected rOllcitlltl, 111 :.14 141 2T 84 4t 1* ..29011'olonye
j 880-yard run, 2:00: ; Mile nun, 4:35: ; 120-yard High Hurdles to make the going' roughfor lit .14 m 2* 2< 41 ]' .220
I title holder for the Mainside Ahflmg, utDeJojr. 24"4 11 112t 1ft 41 !.ZOK(
15.0; 220-yard Low Hurdles, 24.5 ; Broad Jump, 22' 6"; ( the Reserves in the second X 25 fit 1ftIT 28 }I ,150NteIi '

f \\ High Jump, 6' 2" ; Pole Vault, 12' 6"; Discus, 140', and Ham- All-Station championship playoff and a berth with in NAT"Center's the- half.VC62 2h, 23 I CO Z 0 15 0 JT 0 I 1 .000!lit'srreet.l

,. mer Throw, 160'. [ victorious intramural with prolific Al Bui- PHthwtRMM" C'' IP R M N t. Pet
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isThe 18 s21 4H 0 I .4111'
lard the mound obstacle -
on big ItatMtt 8 4X 1ft 20S 4 Z .8 T.BS
A communique received from Vice Admiral John J. entry.Games Start At UoO in the path of Fasron IWs J..." s SIt uti ,6e1'r.uk
T 54 13/ 4 I ,511L4l.rl.ne
Ballentine, ,Commander Air Force, United States Atlantic For most part, rule and bid for two straight in'the A'mer 10 Tl 8* II s i <
Fleet, to all athletic teams in Com Air Lant area the; Ir..'.. J I 4 I 5 5 .Ollct
\ lean VA-175 will fielda
playing times will follow in accord League. ReltcM 4 81 SI s 1 I .IKIS
reads: "It is a 'pleasure to extend hearty congratulations -
1 with the first round, with strong 'entry as will Fasron
i to VIM (out of Key West) for their excellent Six.
,
he American
League playing
showing in winning the first Atlantic Fleet volleyball on Neptuners Slate
Tuesday and Thursday and the Principal rule change for the
championship. It is my hope .that your brilliant per
National and Wed second half all
on Monday requires postponements Meeting TonightAn
formance will prove" an incentive to other AirLnnt athletic
to be made official
teams to make clean for AirI. nt." nesday. by
a sweep lack
alarming of atten-
Fridays will be utilized to replay the Athletic Officer, Executive
cancellations and postpone- Officer or Commanding Officerby dance at previous functions, has

Lefty.Joe Gushanas'who threw his "high hard one" for ments. Starting time for all contacting Special Services brought an urgent call for all
Jax Navy four seasons before discharge from NARTU in interested personnel to ,attend
games is 1600 with a 15 minute prior to 1300 on the day of requested -
f 1951,' is chunking for the Miami Sun Sox of the Class B grace allowed before the auto postponement.. the bi-monthly meeting of the

Florida International League and has a [5-1) record. Gus was matic forfeit. I NAS Neptuners Club tonight at
Score Books ImportantOne
signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers immediately upon dischargeand Entries in the American League 1930 in the Mainside Library,
finished the '51 season with Lancaster of the InterStateloop. : of the more importantrules Building 3
include VP-3 VP-5rVA-175,
of the Mainside
Last year he toiled a full campaign with Asheville of program Plans are in the embryo stage
VC-62, VF-174, VF-172, Fasron states: "Score books will be issued -
the Tri-State League. for a large spear-fishing jauntin
Six Fasron 109 VJ-2 and VF-11.
to each team to keep a rec-
After watching Gushanas "J pitch several times, Leon the near future to one of the
will be scheduled "
VF-172 not
until
,; Hamilton, Dodger scout in the southeastern area at the time the second week of ord o.f all games. The score large water regions in the state.
competition book of the hometeam
ik of Joe's departure from service told Jax Navy Coach FrankMcCafT'l'ey because of activ- indicated Club officials expressed a desireto
: "Can't see him, he's too wild.. Yet it was the squadron shall be the official score book. have a big turnout at tonight!

i wily Hamilton who did the actual signing of Gushanas to apio ity. "Each score book shall be sign. meeting to discuss possible sites.

contract in a move which' greatly perturbed New York ed by the opposing .team's cap-
Giant scouts. Locals Rally For Tie tain or representative also the official mimeographed form containing -

In ShowdownWith official, score book shall be signed complete records of each
City by each umpire immediatelyafter game. This form shall be in the
City Recreation track officials deserve a large share
the game. Special Services Office (Building
i of credit for the smooth manner in which the Sixth'Naval Caruso NineTime official
"The scorekeeper shall 930)) by 0900 on the day (or
District Track and Field Championship were han- out the-
literally ran on
be responsible, for submitting to next working day) following the
dled Saturday.( Jax Navy varsity softball combine the Special Services Office'an ."

y All of the timers and 11 field judges were volunteer work ftji the! _Fliers'----_ -showdown--- .. -- ..-- tilt__n with..".' game.
ers who receive nothing for their services other than the Caruso Electric for first place In 1 qaat

satisfaction of sideline participation in a fast moving sport. the Men's City League was halted

Nathan Mallisoil, superintendent of the Jax recreation *dejiaitment after six innings\ with the score

) PA'd the event and did a fine job of keeping the knotted 5-5, because of a time -

1 athletes( informed of time schedules and results. limit at Lackawanna Park. M

Jax Navy was ahead 1-0 after y

FOLLOWIN": THE FLIERS. Two ((2)) was an unlucky the first when Paul Mitchel drew

M number for Jax Navy pistol and skeet teams the past week- life on the shortstop's error, wentto ,

end. The short- arreled shooters were edged by two pointsin second on Carl Polan's sacrifice, 1 __

defense of the Governor's Trophy at St. Petersburg while and scared on another infield boot.

the skeetmen were topped by a similar deficit at the Tyndal Caruso took the advantage, however -

AFU Invitational From the pen of Oma Glass, now I In the top of the third with d
aboard the U.S.S. Palau, comes this statement of fact: I four runs on two hits and four s .
"There are only three sure things in life,%death, taxes and '; walks. .natN f>F wy0 Y'L

Stan Musial." Oma you'll remember, was one of the more Battling from behind the Fliers

ardent sports fans aboard this station before departure earlyin picked up a pair in the fifth as
January. Mitchel's round tripper scored Ed

NAS Jax will definitely feel Um loss of Doug Huggard,
J01, of ComFair Jax who leaves the station this week for once n Its half of the fifth and S v r

duty with CincLant Fleet, Norfolk. Doug has been a big the score was 53. .1

asset around the Air News during the summer absence of: With two out In .the sixth, Dick _........ _.. .. ,__nn ._..m..n.mn.mnm..______._

Editor Andy Planey and has more friends than you can Engstrom strolled and Rollyn RACE TO TilE BAG-Eddie McLaln, Aviation Electrician

shake a stick at. Incidentally, Doug was one of four men Trotter and Jerry Thomas backed School, beats Ray Lindsay, Aviation Ordnance School, to first
base In close .f NATTCenter Intramural Softball tussle
a play a
who successfully.completed the JOe examinations in the recent doubles to send acro the tying last week. The Electricians eked out a 5-i decision t. improve

fleet wide testings. ruM .. their circuit standings -

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r District Cinder Meet

M"t
f. IC Jax Navy scored sweeps in five of 15 events-the 120-

yard high hurdle, mile run, pole vault, 220-yard dash and

hammer throw-to dominate the initial running of the Sixth

Naval District Track and Field Championships staged Sat..

urday afternoon at Lee High School Field.,

Unofficial team with
champions 22.1 to cop the 220-yard dash. Ken
78 points, the Fliers were led by
Stewart of Jax Navy WM second
I Len Kehl and Ed Scot who collected

a' pair of. victories each in both events and Ron Thompsonthird

Pensacola Navy was second with in the 220 to give the well

50 points while a two-man entry balanced Jax thinclads a sweep.

....... ->' ----'--- ,-. HH __ _' -,-"______ ,__,,,-" ___" from VJ-62 of NAAS Sanford tal-
Kehl went 12' 2" to annex the

TIMBER TOPPERS-Three lax Navy thine lads soar over the high hurdles at the same time lied seven points. vault with Jim Parkinson and
near the finish of the 120-yard Jaunt at the Sixth Naval District Track and Field meet last Saturday Although Scott and Kehl Were pole
I .at Lee High School oval., Right to left are Joe Hawkiw, Bill Storum and Conrad Hammann, Bob Campbell, also of Jax Navy,
leaders
the individual with their
who finished one-two-three in one of the five sweeps for Jaz. The Fliers won the Sixth ND meet
second and third respectively.
from Pensacola and VJ-62 ef NAAS Sanford. The All-Navy Track and Field Championships at blue ribbon i performances, Bob ,

Camp Lejuene June 11-13-13, are next for the Fliers. Brautigam of Jax Navy tallied 11 Spanning 42' O __ ._.__. _,
points on a first in the hammer ,

Woloszyn Home Homer Braves Offers Free throw and seconds In the shot put Jax Navy's fifth sweep came ,
I and discus,'to check In as the top
I Knot-Hole Ducats point getter. in the only morning event of the

Dependent boys of service la UM closest finish of then program, the hammer throw.
But Fliers Lose. TwiceJ.nx Brautigam hurled the lead 94' 10"
personnel aboard this station t, Jax Navy's Joe Hawkins
for the with
victory Reg Barr second -
under 14 years of.age may ob- betted teammates Bill Storum
and Bill Bodner third.rNlNoCOla'l .
tain Knot-Hole game ticketsfor and Coarad Ilanwnevnn to win
Navy picked on' McDuff Hardware for its ninth .

straight City League decision Monday night ,to offset two Jacksonville Brave home the 120-yard high hurdle' in 16- In the broad single jump sweep'where rttulfd .

smashing defeats at the hands of powerful Fort Jackson ina tilts from Mainside Special flat. It WM another weep for Charles kicked....
Andrews out 21'ii"
weekend series at Mason Field. Services Department, Building the.. Filer in the mile run with,
930.The o for first p8'e. Bob'Morns -
The Golden Arrows sounded for Jack Maurer, Harry Carlln and
from Moultrie Ga. wends the' dim 199 feet in
its way spun
an 11.6 decision Saturday and Sally League lenders Don Sukel carrying the mall.
into the local camp, while Sunday one of the outstanding performances > -
thea took the measure of the open a four game stand with Scott was clocked in 10 flat to
Post Nine of the City League\ of lire meet. Morris in
Fliers .Sunday, 11.1, in an abbreviated Columbia.tonight at 8 o'clockat win the century and ran a. good
slated here for ,a ,single tilt. I the 10M Florida (AU cham-
seven inningtilt.: Myrtle Avenue Park,
Furthering their domination of Turner Rally For Win : Links p6n.!
San Jose
the) City circuit, the Fliers came Rain cut short a two game series Gerald High finished second .in

from behind in effortles fashion to with Turner Air Force Base early Jax Navy'Second In the 440-yard dash, won by Ralph

subdue McDuff, 8-6. Jax Navy's last week. Jax Navy' lost the opener Tyndal Skeet Meet Tourney Draws Lee of Pensacola in the comparatively >r> f

season recoffl now stands at 20-14. however, as Turner rallied for slow time of 54.8 second,

This afternoon at 1600 the Fliers two runs in the bottom of the Only two birds separated the Varsity EntriesSeven and the high jump, which Bob

open a two game series with Mac- ninth to win,' 2-1. Jax Navy skeet team from a Bradley of Pensacoli won at 5'

Dill AFB of Tampa at Mason The Fliers broke a scoreless championship in the annual Tyn- t>t the station's top golf. 11*i", to account for six of V j.

Field. Saturday, a semi-pro ninePistoirnenCop deadlock in the eighth with one dal Air Force Base Invitational ers will vie in the First Annual 62's points.

run on singles by Jim Coughlinand shoot staged last weekend which San Jose Invitational Golf Tour Pensacola scored wins in the ;

Joe Fay, error and a pass ball. was won by Randolph Air Force nament which opens today over javelin and shot put. Joe Walt- {

Coughlin enjoyed his best after- Base, Texas. ,the expansive par 72 San Jose ner sent the spear IVT 6" while

noon of the season, collecting four Largely responsible for the layout ,in Jacksonville. Stan Black was the victor in the j
25 Trophies singles In five trips while han- Fliers' second place showing was
The 72 holes of medal pIn ter- shot put with a. pitch of 47' Itf".
dling 14 chances flawlessly.A the individual high gun cham- Never threatened until the
minates
Sunday afternoon at
At St. PeteAlthough grandslam home run by Bob ionship annexed by Gene Var- which time winners will be stretch drive, Larry White of Jax

Horne in the eighth was the only ner who failed to miss in 150 crowned in the respective flights. Navy edged Don Hoover of Pen

losing possession ofe I bright spot of the Fliers' 11-6 loss shots. Ken Pendergras of Jax sacola to win the 880-yard run in

> Florida Governor's Trophy by : to Fort Jackson, Saturday. The Navy was the Individual runner- Slated to compete from this 2:059: ,

[two points, the Jax Navy pistol !. Arrows gleaned 13 hits and 11 up with 148-150. station are Erwin Scott, Bob Glen Young the

team returned with 25 individualrand' runs off Ernie Funk before Lefty The Mississippi State Open Wallace, Ray Scarbrough, Bob I gave Codlings
victory in the 22o..ya.rd'low hurdles '
team trophies from the Gov- Jim Eason quelled the visitors'potent Goetz, J. B. Camet, Ray Bellamy ;
Championships at Jackson, Miss,
when he broke the tape In a
..rnor's Shoot at St. Petersburg, willows after the sixth. and Pete Gardner, all membersof If
is next for Jax Navy, Saturdayand 25.6 seconds ahead of Bill Mor-
Friday and Saturday. The 65- Visitors Hit Homers the Jax Navy varsity squad.
,
Sunday, May 30-31. Varner, Ing of Jax Navy. Bill Heller of
team event Will won by Border In the abbreviated seven Inning Pendergras, Hayman, Black and Scott carded a pair of 67's at VJ-62 was third.

Patrol with a total score of 3261, I contest Sunday, the Jackson nine Truso will vie for the locals San Jose last week playing in a

Bad'luck dogged the Navy when surged ahead with five runs in the tuneup foursome which included RESULTS
100-yard Dash: Won by Fxt !Soott
the rear sight on the .38 caliber first Inning off Clarence Eilertson, Dan Sikes, City Amateur (IN); second Kn Stewart UN);
pistol of John Lucas went out of who sustained his third consecutive Friday Deadline For Champion. Sikes blazed away third L. R. Manic (P). Time 10(-flat.

commission and scattered his pattern setback. /M Swimming Entries for an eight under par 64, com (JN/ayaseco({ ah'Ken' Stewart by Ed Scott UN:

in event and malfunction Jax ILl bining rounds of 3133. third Ron Thompson UN), Time
!
one a Navy picked up only Deadline for entries in the :n.l sec.
on the .45 of Bob Stringerput tally in the 11-1 defeat when Mainside intramural swimmingmeet At Dubsdred Country Clubin 440-yard Dash? Won by Ralph Lee

his pet automatic out of com Lucky Luttrell singled with one staged in conjunctionwith Orlando last Friday, Jax Navy third fP>t second Ron ,Thompson Gerald WK.h'J6l(JN). Time: ):

mission. down in the fourth, moved to sec belted out an 18-3 decision over :54,8 sec

Sax Navy finished second in the ond on a free pass, to Horne and has been the Iron set Man at 1600 Trophy tomorrow.chase, Orlando Air Force Base. Scar- INf KaO-yard)} second Run, Don Won Hoover by Larry PH While third

.45 team match, first in the center crossed on an infield error. brough was medalist for the locals Jack: Maurer '(JN). Time 2;00,9.
blanks be secured at.1.be
fire, and second' : in the ..22.CONSECUTIVE Jackson hitters belted out four, .Entry Special 1 can Services office, with a 73 while Capt. John ON Mile)!; Run second: Won Harry by Carlln Jack Maurer UNj;

1 home tuna in the p voce as of h an d- --- Hewitt', 77. annexed .mi.._>rJa1i__u..t. Don Sukfl UN). Time 4:33.4.: !
.
Uuilding 930.DOUBLEWINNERS 120-yard High Hurdles: Won by Joe
ing Jax Navy its 14 loss against honors for the foe. I Hawkins UN): second, Hill Storum .
11 wins in service, college and UN): third Conrad Hammann UN).
pro- .. .. Time 16-lllIt.
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fessional competition. 220-yard( Low Hurdle: Won by Clcn
Woloftcyn Slant home Run Young IP{; second, Bill Moling UN-) :
third Bill Heller VJ-62). Time :li,6
Matt Woloszyn's tremendous >y4Mn see,
445-foot inside the park home Pole Vault: Won by Len Kehl! (JNH) :
un second Jim Paiklnion 'JNi) third,
at Woodstock Monday night was b3 tY Bob Campbell (JN). Hgt. W 2".

the feature blow in the Fliers' High: Jump: Won br' Hob Bradley
(Pt; necond. Gerrfld High (VJ-62)) j
8-6 win over McDuff Hardware, third l "Conrad Hammann JJN), HKU
5' 11\. .
their ninth consecutive City Broad Jump: Won by Charlei An-
League victory. drew third Glen Young (H). V t. 2V A'4"
Ralph Bennett walked Tom Bur ; ? ; Hop-Step-Jump: Won by Len Kehi i

ton to open the first which ignited a dk third fJN>;; ( areiHoCambelJNPtt,2', !

a two run Hardware inning %
3 biscuit
Won by Bob Morris (P):
The Fliers got: one back in the Second Bob Brautlgam (JN); thud,
Stan Blade (P). Dint. 139'
third when Neely strolled, stole Shot i'ult Won by Stan Black (P1) :
second and came home on Tom Bill second Bodner. Bob Br;ull am UN)r third, .
ON Dist 4T 1W".
Burney'a boot in centerfield.Jax Javelin: Won by Joe WiUner 'second Gerry Helland (P): t Ihlid,
Navy went ahead for the J /r+'M t I4 Mary Peterson UN). Dist 197' '*,
3 Hammer Throw: Won bv Bob Bra,,-
first time iff the fourth when Bob
Huam UN); second,. Re* Barr UN) :
NO-HITTERS DeJoy singled after Woloszyn's 10"third! Bill Bodner (JN). Dial JH;

-Playing a prominent role In round tripper, pilfered second and .
Fasren 109's success in the touched the pay station on Ira Hamilton AFB,
Men's City League this season Abelson's safety to left. --The Hamilton AFB volleyballteam
is moundsman Don Glidewell.Den _.
burled two consecutive McDuff tallied four times in the U.f ;---' -.O; 1 copped the double elimination .

no-hitters, against Fasron Sir, fifth for a 6-3 margin, but the -With a pair victories.each, Ed Scott WOI Jd-wlde Air Force tournament
4-0,and Drew Co.,2-0. Through Fliers scored once in the bottom (left) and Len Kehl led Sax Navy's track team in the first with a final round victory
his first 47 innings of mound Sixth Naval District Track and Field Championships. Scott won
over Itasuke AB, Japan 10-15-
half and four time in the sixth ,
duty, he allowed but one earn- the 100-yard dash and furlong,, while Kehl captured the pole -
ed run. lo'MM borne with, the wJn.. vault and bop-step-jump. 15-4, and 12-tf, h recently,



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1 .mmm: Breezing O&Around RAt


(Items offering for sale articles wqtrv
a banquet/ sponsored by the
'.
of property such as washing ma
Assembly Division, the Overhaul
chines, automobiles, furniture, radios -
and Repair department flJptrvle-
clothing and the like are
Y or bade farewell to Lcdr. Jim
prohibited by Defense Department r :
Process and
Tate, J popular Special
.
regulations. This t column, will,
Projects division officer.
however, list such services ,as Y
Turnout for the party was 100
available rides wanted
housing,
per cent, with all divisions welt
and lost and found articles or
represented. Entertainment and
similar notices.)
., door prizes featured the program.,,
FOR RENT : A few 'of the lucky prize winners

Furn. 3 rm. cottage;, $33 mo. Ph. I included Baldy Mausette of

2-5410, Air Base Trailer Park, Power Plant division who received:

Mrs Schulz. a second-hand hair net; Jack:

S. bdrm.. house, 4729' Standing, Inquire Heard; 'a special made comb for

at 5934 Wesconnett' Blvd., keeping both hairs In place; Fireball

Mrs. Oakley Porwoll, a booster package of

Furn. 2, rm.. apt., $35 mo', 1637 kindling wood ,to be used when the

Ionia St. )'h 6-8602 after 4 fire shows signs of dying out.

P.M., Mrs. Crews. A skit portraying a daily eventin

Furn.: 3' rim apt' 4502 Irvington.Ph. the life of Jim Tate was. en,
8-6768, Mrs. Carney. EATING IN COMFORT-The civilian cafeteria has that new I acted by Fred Bedenbaugh, assisted -
look now with the addition of new chairs, tables, and other equip-
3 rot apt., $40 mo., 1055 E. Du. Of by John Cook. Following
Refurbishing ment, which can be seen' in above photo. It's part of the, Em.
val, Mrs. GtI> on. ployees Association's efforts in Improving facilities for employees the skit the bards, led by Claude

Furn. 3 rm. apt., 3032 Warring- Civilian Cafeteria aboard the station.Capacity .'. < ,' Cribbs took over. Following this
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: ton. Ph. 8-4054: Mrs McGlon. ceremony Jim Tate and Jim Pratt

Furn.' apt., 4342 Apple ton'Ave. Ph. engaged in an entertaining de
2-1029, Mrs. Graham, Gives 'New Look'Refurbishing For Memory Helps Navy'sMQchanical bate.,
,
Unfurn: 3, rm.: apt., 2923 Oak, e
($5500: : )( mo., Mrs. Hammock. of the civilian 'Brain' With Logistics Who cares about Money? Thi
cafeteria has been completedwith
Share 6 rm. house, 2887 Lennox may sound like, a silly question,
the addition ,of new tables, Washington (AFPS)' 'The Navy
Ave. Ph. 7.4255, Mrs. Moore to tflf'irelH't lc'IOIUp\lt-.L; put judging irom, me reactionof
chairs, plus ,other, equipment, has announced a new mechanical
the O & R last l
t/nfurn 5 rm': house personnel
,$20 mo. ,Ph. existence.Because.
with facilities and services'also "brain" which may take much of '
t '8.2948, Mrs. Miranda, Lawtey, week; it is of little or no importance
t Fla, ,. improved, officials of the Employees :he: headache out of 'the Navy'smounting the number' of Items in when offered 'as a'gift' .
Association have reveal of logistics by military supply is staggering, the
problem
There' has
S'rms, $15 wk; also 2 rms. ,$11.80 been $1000 I floating
'wk, 529 Liberty, .Mrs: Allen. edThe .solving large numbers of navalt machine was specially designed to around 0 tt R'waiting for someone .

2 rm. apt., $9 wk., 2913 Rayford cafeteria, with its new t logistics problems ,quickly.Thla'unique.computer ., retain at one'time, 2JOOOnurnbers: to reach out and claim it,

St., Richard Barton, Ph. 88-933L. look, was given an official eye is }locatedat of six digits each. but up to now it is still j just .' .
by Capt. Burpham C.: McCaffree These''numbers are stored on
: George Washington University
Share 5 rm. house. Ph..' 2-3552, floating.
3047 College, 'Miss Cajon: commanding officer of NAS, who In Washington;, DC.A: and was 'developed the magnetized surface of an It seems' that! the Overhaul.
was guest at a special luncheon aluminum drum'which' makes -
FOR SALE Jointly by the University, and Repair department Super

Sale or rent June*1, 4 ,bdrm. how| e, : last Friday. .' the Office of Naval l Research, and 3,450 revolutions a minute. The' visors Social Club Inc is desirous .
e, '. Engineering Research Division,{ proper number may be picked out obtaining '
property
t Gieen Cove Springs, Ph 5.7878,. of apiece of .
$100 mo., Mrs: McMahon. Refurbishing; of the cafeteria Remington Rand, Inc. in 17 milliseconds: suitable for their needs as aSocial
is in line with constant efforts U The machine in now used exclusively Club and the
42 house trailer, sleeps four. Ph. Its purpose to provide high properties
88-8197, Mrs. Schultz by the Employees Association peed calculations. la the handling for research, but it maybe Committee has offered $tO.OO

j bdrm. house, 4363 DaVlnci, 'Ve"netla for the improvement of welfare *f large volume. of data. used to keep hug complex reward for any lead resulting in
and services to civilian em the manufacture military inventories up to date the Club this
Ph. 88-9091, Mrs. Roth. According ts obtaining proper.
t bdrm.: house, 5536 Arbor Circle, ployees. The cafeteria is adminislrathely the machine' can add a columnof For example,. a 'current inventory ty.

Mrs. Vich. controlled by the As. 1,000 number, each having a could be recorded on the memory .

3 bdrm. house, 2540 Post Ph. sociation, with all proceeds going value of one billion, hi halt. a drum. Each day, new transactions Now, just about everyone

2-7916, Lcdr. Pawela. either back into the cafeteria or second te total one trill*'. receipts, expenditures, etc.- either knows of property or has
for other employee benefits. Actual could be fed Into the machine and
Sale or rent, 4 rm house, rent $65 The machine's control, arithmetic property which may Well meet
operation of the cafeteriais I the revised inventory would be the specifications the Club
1 mo Ph. 112-83669, Mrs. Abel : and "memory" units are enclosed of
carried out by a well known I !immediately
:3 I bdrm. house, 6284 Firestone Rd. in air-conditioned cabinets produced but only a couple of leads have

Ph. 2-3086, Mrs. Gilley. restaurant chain. which hide the 3,500 vacuum been submitted to* the Proper.

Exchange or sell 2 bdim. house. "Service and accomodations at tubes, miles of wiring,. resistors, 'Victory At Sea' To ties Committee so far It isn't as -
the cafeteria the best
are they
for similar house though the specifications are hardto
Exchange near capacitors; transformers and other
have ever been", explained Paul Be Viewed Locally
meet which aren't. The
Santa Ana, Calif. Ph. 88.8245, components.The they
;1 Mr Allison Chapman, president of the Em. most unusual feature of The prize-winning television; Club merely asks that it be 'located

4 rm hOll'le5M1' Brent St., Mrs. ployees Association. The fine this new computer I..* IU giant show "Victory at Sea" can be in an area whereas it maybe
Luther. cooperation of Captain McCaf viewed locally beginning Monday zoned as a Social Club, adequate
apaclty for memory, compared
free and other departmentS
J :3 I bdrm. house< $2,500 equity Ph especially June 1, via WMBR-TV. space for the Club House

2.6019, Lt. Kingsbury. the Industrial Relations iCUTTU: UTT "4"rts Winner of several awards, the ,. and picnic grounds with barbecue -
department has helped 4o make
7 rm. brkk house, 4558 Timuqua- hard-hitting program is a mo- pit, waterfront preferred
na Rd Ph 8-1754, Mrs. Ludwig. this one of the finest civilian tion picture history of sea and reasonable priced. T P.
cafeterias to be found any Meixell Chairman of the Prop
sen. power during WWII.lt will be ,

J6 ft. house' trailer; $325. Ph where", he added.. presented every other week' erties Committee, says the 10

855., Chief Doman. for 26 weeks. bucks is still looking for a home.

2, bdim. house, 4783 Myrtlewood I After making his inspection of Who cares about money?
facilities of the cafeteria, Captain = ....
Rd. Ph. 2-5725 Mrs. Hoover.MISCELLANEOUS .. -- ----
= McCaffree declared that, Comc/r./ Wilde New SEEK OFFICERS FOR
"We like to be No. 1 in every- I
t.oltBlarlc! and white 12-week. thing and since this is the finest WAVES Director DRIVERS COURSEA

old puppy, Spitz and Terrier, an. of all naval air stations, it is our Comdr. Louise K. Wilde, ,, call has gone out for applications -

savers to "Boots", If, found contact aim to give the best to our peo will succeed Capt. Joy B. Han from certain officers fora

Cilewold. Ph. 512. pie This cafeteria, which is an cock as director of the course' of instruction at the

Lout Hand microphone at Carnlal impressive sight, is our way of WAVES June 1. Comdr. Wilde Deep Sea Divers School.

\ Ph. FAt. 352, Mr. Birch. showing interest In the welfareof will be the fourth director Both regular and reserve offi

Riders wanted to Tampa, Clearwater our employees" since the Corps was establish- cers of the unrestricted line or

and St. Pete. leaving any, Refurbishing of the cafeteriawas ed'in July, 1942. limited-duty officer categoriesare

time Friday, teturnnlg Sunday. under the direction of the eligible. Aviation classifications -

Ph 216 or 8184, Ed Henderson. cafeteria committee, headed by are excluded, however.

Ride wanted from 2945 Gilmore, R. L. Brown. Civilian Sports Questionnaire The six-months course, givenat
0730 to 1600?rh. Ext. 326, Helen Naval Gun Factory, Washington

Roberts 9502, 2120 Herschel!,, Mitts", Joy- D. C. convenes In February
Riders! wanted from Mandarin.' ner. 0 I/will. participate In sport checked below April, August and October of

.San J o"nd San Marco, 0730to Will baby sit day or evening, :1775 o I will help organize spoil checked below each year.Indiana.
1600, Ph. Ext 8253, Chief Hamilton. Ph. 8- 91>6, Mrs. Ad. I .
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McDonald. die.Billet. "f To,Start
n Horseshoes ,0 Softball
Riders wanted from Southslde to trade-David R. RockAA. ,
OAR, 07300 to 1530. Ph. 9-0874 Patrol Squadron 10, Naval Air _Q Fishing 0 Bowling f Paying Vets Bonus .
'
or Ext.. 6066, Mr. Burr. Station, Brunswick: Maine, will H 0 Ping f Pong 0 GolfIf Bonus applications from eligl-

Navy. wife wants ride to North swap ,with AA assigned to Patrol Bible nondisabled World War 1C

Dakota after June 6, share ex Squadron 741, Jacksonville. ( interested in other sports please signify with attached veterans will be accepted immediately

.penses. Ph. Ext. 8445, Chief Write to Rock, c/o NAS Spe- note). r in Indiana. Beginning June

Rose! AGM School,, Bldg. 422. cial Services Division,, NAB, 1 a bonus will be paid on a first-
Name ......-..._>.........._......._:_................_._:. Unit/Shop, ..................... come first-serve basis.
Brunswick Maine.
Riders wanted to Washington or ,

Baltimore, leaving June 5, returning Billet trade-William C Tobey, Department ..........................................................................?......._... No applications will be accepted
: June 14Ph.. 8231. SA, will trade with any SA at ... after .June 30 of this year. Applications
q.fI.U..lr" 1It..t to .1.iU. h f 113. M.r t*. find t. F>r.... should be sent to the
.' Baby sitting, day or evenlnPh./ NAS Jax. Contact Tobey, ego eel rfirrr r I) A K, fahlir Wrk, Joj.I'.I.ul, .r KmpUyiim! terrier! ,
7-47M or 7-8223, Mrs Dodd. Special Services DivUon, NAS, JKU. B.IMi.f all Bonus Division' by registered- mall,

Baby sitter, day or night. Ph. 2i Brunswick, Maine Indianapolis, Ind.




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