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

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

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Enrollment, Open : Adm. Combs

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For ,Blue Cross-


Blue Shield PlanAnnual Pays Visit

'b

enrollment of new i t4

members in the Blue Cross-Blue To' StationA

Shield Insurance Plan is now in

progress, it has been announcedby
13 salute greeted
-
gun
the Industrial Relations de / -
partment. Rear Adm. Thomas S. Combs
Chief-of the Bureau of'-Aeronautics

Also during! this period old
'
)his anival at
upon
members will be permitted to
the l Naval'Ail* Station .
quarterdeck -
make changes in their
present ... .. Monday morning.Admiral :
insurance such adding
coverage, as
Combs, who was greeted *
Blue Shield benefits or Adm. Osbome .
by Rear B. Hardison
changing from single to family -
'
r Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville
contracts. and Capt.:-Buinham C. Mr

All civilian employees of the .. .> c__ _. ,.5.s .. ._ C fCre ; Commanding Officer of

Naval Air Station are eligible BUAER CHIEF VISITS-Rear Adm. Thomas S. Combs, Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics greets NAS Jax., conducted an informal \

for this coverage, and if interested commanding and high ranking officers of various units and squadrons during his ,visit to the station tour of the facilities at the Station I

can submit applications up Monday. Accompanying Admiral Combs is Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison (left), Commander NAS Cecil Field and the car- ;.

until the close of business Friday Fleet Air Jacksonville. rler berthing; area at Air Landing?

June 12. Facility, Maypoit. "1

Procedure''Easy 115 Ticketed For WHOLE' BLOOD STILL NEEDED *- .. .-

:; The procedure is this:, Obtainan After Inftpertlnr" the Marine i ;

application. card from Shop i DESPITE TALES, OF DEXTRAN honor guard, ,,Admiral Combs-. met. .. ;
, Traffic Violations.In '
Personnel Supervisors, Person i r the commanding: officer* of vail '
I Need for whole blood and I lied uses. It is a stop-gap substitute :
net Offices or the Employee Relations oils units and .squadron
Office, IRD, Building 3-Week Period' plasma is just as acute now as- I for shock only, and can. .From here he departed by air

$ 907.. Complete the application it has ever been, despite the not be used for blood replace for the Auxiliary, Landing Fieldat

ij t= card in detail as instructed thereon Walking on and off the base excitement ,caused by the an- ment. It is composed of comp Maypott. After viewing: the

and return it to the Shop Personnel every 'morning, or bumming a nouncement of the discoveryof plex sugar molecules which retain huge Barrier basin and the mod:

. Supervisors or to the Personnel ride from friends, is not a pleasant Dextran, local medical of- ., their bulk and body when em Jet field lIe' inspected NAS
Offices. ficials point out. injected into the blood"stream, Cecil Field.
{ prospect for most drivers
,
i', DEXTRAN is a substance but it contains none of the essential -
The
Monthly rates for one. person but apparently plenty of them Admiral gave a bright pic- t
fit f contracts, with no maternity are doing it every day. made from sugar, which the blood elements. turn of naval activities In this

k benefits, are $1.30 for Blue Cross Army has revealed will henceforth THERE is no substitute for area in his speech to the Rotary
I Rules are rules and the sooner be used substitutefor whole blood in treatment of "
: $1.10 for Blue Shield or $2,40 for as a Club at the Mayflower Hotel. '
motorists learn to obey. them, .
I blood plasma. However, sudden; severe hemorrhage,
, both. Family contracts, including
maternity benefits after 270 days, less will be the number liningup medics warn that these reports such as may occur in battle, or The T "Natal complex" in the

for traffic court daily. of substitutes are usually mis- in treatment of severe anemia. Jacksonville vicinity Jacksonville *
cost $3.50 for Blue Cross, $2.70
for Blue Shield or $6.20 for both. No less than 115 motoristswere construed to where the average Many valuable substancessuch Naval Air Station, Mayport
apprehended for traffic it is globulin are carrier I basin and
Regular Collection Periods person believes that' no as gamma NAS Cecil
violations aboard the base during longernecessary to donate also derived from whole bloodor Field will continue to grow.
Blue Cross can be obtained
f without Blue Shield, But Blue ,the three-week period May blood to the Armed Forces plasma. Admit Combs pointed out.

Shield cannot be purchased sep 15 to June 5.Fortyeight. Blood Donor Program. This is True, Dextran is a discov- "I want to assure you all that

arately. offenders were false thinking! ery, but there is absolutely no the buildup of this Naval complex

The effective date of all new I awarded car restrictions, 46 re- Dextran actually; has lim- substitute for whole blood. at Majport, Jacksonville] Naval -

ceived suspended restrictions, Air Station and Cecil Fieldwill
contracts will be July. 15. However ----- ---
premiums for new mem- one license, was revoked, eleven With Aid Of Mock-Up PanelHow continue until .we have the "
caliber and size we need to
received and four carryon
bers will be due and payable warnings cases
during the regular collection were dismissed. our Naval aviation 'mission," P'
And Why Of Blinking LightsOf he declaied.
period in July. The regular col- ,. He emphasized that the Navy f
i (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) '
Weekend Tide Table Aircraft Unfolded At AE School has In production several type

:, of planes, including a carrier-

SuggestionAwardPlaque High Low Many are the pair of star-gazing lovers who thought they'd based atom bomber that are better -

AM PM AM PM found an extra "flirtatious" star or dashing comet, only to realize than the Run ian-bullt MIG 15,

To-Be Seen Sat. 9:07: 9:30: 2:57: 2:49: the were watching anj aircraft with its blinking lights. now being used by/ the' Communists

I Sun.' Dreamily they would watch it In KOI'u.DEVIL'S .
9:5310:12: : 3:40: 3:35:
wink its across the horizon I and disappear. But. hardly ever
Here Next Week : way ( would they stop'to think of how I'

and why the lights were blink- DIPLOMATS TS
All Naval Air Station em-

ployees, are invited to view the ing. SET GLIDE-BOMBING

National Association Suggestion That particular system in mod RECORD FOR AREA
ern aircraft has been oneof the i
System Promotion Award Plaque headaches of the training schools Attack Squadron 175 has established -
which will be displayed here
of the Navy-how to represent a new all-time glide-
week and
next which employees
it in the classroom. bombing record for the Jacksonville -
to win for the
helped Navy in
in
.s area rompeti ve.
1952. kpi
exercises
The Navy award exhibit will The Jacksonville Naval. Air
In setting the new mark, the
be on display June. 15 and 16, as Training. Center Aviation Electrician Devil's Diplomats bettered 1!.
: a dart of its tour to a limited School, Class (A), recently their
\ own previous record set
number of N a val activities developed a new training
in 1951 Lt.jg( ) Frank M. Ca- '
throughout the country. i aid by which students, both
,
hill set a new all-time JackSoTTvTlle -
During the two days, the Navy and Marina enlisted men, '
record with
achievement) plaque will be exhibited can visually study this compli- area an
individual score that won him
at the Overhaul and Repair cated system of electrical
"E" .
department, Public Works, w5A switches, wires, and lights. Priorto an
Also claiming "E's" for their
Supply and Fiscal, Administration '. Its construction students :
outstanding scores were Lt.
Civilian cafeteria, and Industrial were unable to visualize the actual
4(
Walt L. Bally, Lt. Walt W. ,'
: workings of the
Relations department. system until -
'
r Tilghman, Lt.jg( ) Ed F. Chris-
t Presented to the Navy in November they came in contact with it
t Lt.jg( ) Richard
ansen S. Ag-
'i 1952,. the award on a modern aircraft. Now they
represents FLASHER-CODE Instructors at NATTCenter show Marine
, new,'Lt.jg( ) Joe E. Sherin, En-
the best of beneficial are a'ble'> receive their lecturesin
promotion students the operation of the modern aircraft Flasher-Code lighting -
suggestions among all private : system with the use of their newly constructed training aid. classroom: and watch the system sign Will A. Ross, Ensign
Visual aids in this and other school! have Increased student comprehension in operation including Sherman W. Turner and En-
t industries and government ,
of the complicated system. Instructors are George sign James J. Burt.
, agencies. Curlin, AEC, (left) and David Davisson, AE1. (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5))



Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 11 June 1953

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Report From Washington
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Seek Bill To Increase

nIBJmuJ 8rubll Tax In Combat ZoneA Promotions For EM Below E-7 Rate I

bill to apply the six-day

combat rule as a limit upon Who Have Been POWs In Korea
he .
Fla the tax exemption now enjoyed -

C-apt. Burnhnm U.. McCaffrre :.HAS. .'Jcki...BTlU......,..*...Commanding. Officer by men in the line in Korea (I* Armed Ferew trial $.rvtc ) absentees or deserters. Cost of
Comdr. James AJiutlrong .......,|I.?,..KxetuU\t Officer has been introduced by Introducedby
Fleet Air JMbs.nile A bill, HR-5218, was transportation lodging and sub-
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardlicn ... ,......,..Commander i Rep. Peter F. Mack Jr. (D.) Rep. Frank Ikard (D.-Tex) to 'aLstence'of a guard or guards
usedin
Capt. Howard V. ] .,,..,........OUeX of SUM
Fleet Air VI"l L1 1nf. Ill provide that enlisted men below the return of an absentee or deserter
Capt. Arthur S. Born ..........,,..,..,.,...., ..Commander Under the bill the who have been
new ex- E-7
Coindr.: Joseph T. Thornton, .. hi.t Stall Officer the pay grade ? will be charged against his
Neal Technical' Tral.i.g l l Oiler emption would only apply fora prisoners of war in Korea may be pay acqounts, under change 4 to
Capt. Edwin" R. Perk ...Commanding' Officer
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart ..... ;.Executive Officer month in which six days of promoted one grade for each year, SR 600-120-1. The charge will bin .

rpr. Dwlcbt J. .Wharton.Narai'NNpitai.. ...i.,,,, Commanding Officer combat zone service occurred. or major part of a year, of cap- addition to those for the amountof
Capt. .1* .A. Newton ,. -....,....- -. KABTU__._..M, ., ...-.-,?,?-??-?,-,- F.recuUve officer Where six consecutive combat tivity, upon their return. reward or reimbursement for

Capt. Easton B. Noble ......................Commanding Officer zone days fell apart in one S Z expenses incident to his apprehension
Coindr. Anthony Trusco ...f.................Executive Officer month and part in another, Adm. William i M. Fechteler, detention or delivery and

The JAX. AIR NEWS U printed weeklr at the U. S. Naval Air Station.Jacksonville. and when there was not Chief of Naval Operations, has for the cost? of his own transporta
Florida and commercially with non-appropriated funds
at no expense to the government compliance with NAVEXOS F-35. Rev i enough combat time' In the been appointed the new Com- lion to the proper station or placeof
Nor. 184Coplea an distributed, arr"o of charge at the Naval Air Station, the
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval first month for exemption, mander In Chief Allied Forces in trial.
Air Station Cecil Held and the U. S.: Naval' Hospital I then the pay of the second Southern Europe. He succeeds in 1 *

Editor-Andrew H. Planey month is exempt. that post the new Chief of Naval The Navy Bureau of Person
Assistant Editor-Helen Harper; !Sports; Editor-John Charvat. AN: Staff
tppol'tfrl-E. Henderson. PNSNt Mildred Mueller. SA; Crculallon.DlllrlbutlonMaru Operations designate Adm. Rob- net recently released a* list of 61
Fusco, J03; VMan Knox, SA
ert B. Carney. Included in Admiral enlisted men and 61
, The JAX AIR NEWS la a member of the Armed Forces Press Sf'M'fce. I Wife: This is a lovely soup. warrant
AFPS material: appearing In this" publication may not be reprinted without Fechteler's new command is officers who have -been recom
the written permission of Armed Forces Press Service.I RepubllcaUon I of other Hubby: Ah, but you should have
mutter except by HP.vice publics Uoni, is prohibited without: permission of heard the kind mother used to the U.Sx? Sixth Fleet. mended for rank of ensign in
E41tor JAX AIR NEWS. C e., the sixth annual Limited
Editorial' offices* located Building 930 (topside), Phone extension. 8184 make. Duty
and 216. Air Force Hq. announces that Officer selection program. This

the Rapid City AFB S.D., will be will bring the total number of

{ )IVINE1) renamed in honor of the late Brig. LDOs in the Navy to more than

Itc' I Gen. Richard E. Ellsworth killedIn 1100. .

a B-36 crash. Gen. Ellsworth
SERVICES')' a r, was In command the 28th Strategic -

.. r k,<< Reconnaissance Wg. at Rapid -
Post Services 5 5F City at the time of his death.

Chaplain: "It was good to see.youin 4 j

church this morning!1" >;
The Navy has announced that
it'
yY
Sailor: "I came just to please my i 4.t the Chance Vought Aircraft Division -

,buddy." .t of United Aircraft Corp.,

Chaplain: 'Thanks to your bud 'has won a design competitionfor

dy. And I hope to see you a new Navy'day fighter. No

next Sunday. details of the new .jet fighter ,

"j will be released until the planeIs -
Sailor: "I'll be here, Chaplain. Ididn't (This (fs the 19th ins series of
in production. It will have
i.
know 45 minutes couldto ." articles
1* : dealing with Mew> Government .
do so much for a man, ,, ; ,;' .:' ,?: ,&, better .performance characterise; officials.) .
ties than previous Navy day
Chaplain. : "Son, God can do a lot ,. "," .. fighters. The job of Assistant Defense

for a man in less time than Secretary and Comptroller I is nota
-, ...- ,-...-..-- ---..,..-, ....- N *
45 minutes, if the man will new one for Wilfred James )Ic-
The
Army hat added to the'expenses
let Him." GOING WAY BACK-Theodore Frltrh, civilian administrative Nell
officer of NAS Jax, shows a booklet en'early naval aviation published charged. against returned.
Sailor:. "So I learned tp iay. I'll at NAS Pensacola In 1922, to Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree

be bringing another buddy (left, NAS commanding officer, and Comdr. James H. Armstrong, At,
executive officer of NAS. Captain McCaffree
completed flight Eberle On
next Sunday training in 1931 in an old NY Yellow Peril Comdr. Armstrong Tip

Chaplain: "More and more fellows appears a little incredulous that some of the old "boxkltes" could
bringing their ever jet off the ground.22Year .
are ship- In Class Of 87
.
mates to church.
e Old Favor Brings

Chaplain'Edgar A. Day will be At AE SchoolWith
.t
preaching at the 0830 Service, :Thoughts Of Early AviationWhen

Using as his sermon theme, "From a mark of 91.21 in a

the Place Where You Are." Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree pinned the Navy's 30-year class of 87, John M. Eberle AE3,

Chaplain John N. Montgom- continuous service emblem on the Jacket of Theodore Fritch, Jr., was selected honor student In
Civilian Administrative officer of NAS Jax, during a recent awards the
ery's sermon subject for the 1045 graduating class of Aviation

Service is, "The TransformingPower ceremony, he was returning" a_22-year old favor. Electrician Class A'School at the

of Christ." For when young Lt. McCaf don. Naval Air Technical Training

'The All Saints' Chapel Choir free was designated a naval e Center.

will sing for both the 0830 and aviator at NAS Pensacola back ONE OF TilE feats requiredwas I Eberle, of __m
in April 1931 and in the customof
1045 services "Hark, Hark, My in a seaplane "shooting a Bozeman, Montana WILFRED JAMES Me NEILAssistant
the day had purchased his J
Soul, by Shelley. The soloists boat anchored in Pensacola Bay enlistedin See of Defense
will be: Soprano, Miss Barbara own gold wings, he appealed to from 1,000 feet the NavyIn When
dead President
Fritch stfck. One Eisenhower approved -
at that tme chief clerk
Trawick:. Mezzo-Soprano, Mrs. July 1950, him "the
In the naval aviation department pilot, Capt. McCaffree recalled, for Defense De
Viyian McCready, and Baritone, landed in shortly after partment ) .
the
to pin them on his uni- boat, with a resulting staff t was a continua
G.
Larry Murphy. form.It "down check" for his the outbreakof tion of the same job.

Protestant mishap. the Korean Secretary McNeil WM first,

0830-All Saints Chapel was a service Fritch ire I Among others Fritch saw complete conflict. He attended appointed to the poet fey former
for the
performed
quently
0915 Naval young aviation Boot President
Hospital Chapel. I training were -- Truman fat September
aviators but little did he dream Eberle
0930Sunday School Adm. Forrest Sherman, Fleet Camp at San 1049. He has been responsiblefor
that in May 1953 that same Mc- Diego and
1045-All Saints Chapel Adm. "Bull" Halsey; and Fleet was sent to Barbers all budget, accounting, reporting -
Caffree now a captain and com- Point, Hawaii, where he
Adm. "Ernie" spent
CatholicSunday0830.1000Mass King. auditing and fiscal activities -
manding officer of NAS Jax, 23 months.
St. Ed- Fritch was ordered to NAS of the. Department since
would honor his civil service After
ward's Chapel. Jax on Oct. 14, 1940'by the Secretary returning to the states then.
he
record. attended
Saturday-0800-Mass. e e of the Navy on request of School Air Preparatory During WWII he was a Rear

Daily0630Mass.ConfessionsSaturday1830.. Capt. Charles P. Mason first at Norman, Okla. Admiral Naval Reserve, In the

THE CEREMONY turned into commanding officer of the Sta- He reports to the Naval Air Supply Corps and was appointed

0645-Sunday-Mass at Hospital an informal swapping of rem- tion, and with whom Fritch had Station, San Diego, for duty. Fiscal Director of the Navy De-

Chapel iniscences as they discussed aviation served on three previous occasions partment in January 1945.

as it was in "the good old at Pensacola. Although Double Draft Deferment In February 1947 Sec. Mc
I
days." Capt. McCaffree spokeof eligible} for retirement, Fritch I Neil became Administrative A"-
Sailor
Has ReasonTo his training in the old NY the would like to match his dad's Likely To Be Hafted fclstant to the Secretary of the

Be Bitter original "Yellow Peril" whose 47 years of civil service. "Afterall Fatherhood draft defermentof Navy. He was appointed Special

He was on his way in transfer starter had to be cranked and ," he said "it's only 17 years men who had previously obtained Assistant te the Secretaryof
the only to tell whether it deferment. students
is
to Norfolk. He loaded all way more. Defense In September 1947
of his clothes in his car' lock- was going fast enough was when ---... likely to be cancelled by recommendations and Mned la that position until

the student " ed it, parked it behind Build- 29 VESSELS LEAVE officials. ,
his eyes. w office at Amlatant Secretary.He .
ing 542 at NATTCenter.
'Students in those FOR NROTC CRUISE/ According to Maj.j Gen.
Coming back to get into his days were B. Lewis Is 52 years old. (AFPS).

car for the trip, James Butler, specialized in aviation as they Participating in the first 1953 live Hershey Service Director of Selec- o *>
are now, but "went through"five NROTC summer cruise which left students were receiving -
BM3, found all his clothes Weather Report
Now Butler has different squadrons-primary Norfolk June 8 will be eighteen deferments in the ex-
gone. no
clothes. He's willing, to part seaplanes, primary lanplanes d deatroyer-type ships i including pectation that they would serve Friday-Saturday-Scattered to
service land planes after completing their broken daytime doudin SI.
three educa-
pa destroyers, 11 destroyer es
with a crisp $50 bill for the
trol seaplanes (multi-engine), carts two destroyer radar picket Uon. Therefore he was opposed Southeasterly winds. Tempera
return Of his without
clothing, and fighter planes. On 'lfadu- ships and two destroyer mine- to a further deferment for ture in mid-90's.

questions, asked. Contact Ken ating, they were permitted to I sweepers. In addition 11 other those who married while they -. Sunday-Partly cloudy.: Afternoon
neth Lenceth, SN, NATTCenter in either multIple slated were students and thundershower Southerly
choose service a ships are to'take'pnt In L became Whrst -
Navy Exchange. or single engine plane squad'! the early summer cruise.( winds. Maximum temperature m

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Adds
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,t.,!>-v: .. ." .\ Gallon Club
NAVY WIVES

Two More\ Members;
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CORNER Afore\ 1Jalf-Galloncrs

_.
The last business meeting Donors No. 12 and 13 were

added to the membership ros
June 3 was attended by 52 members
ter of the Jax Gallon Club,
and. guests. All members The Jar Waves' softball team with Joseph Dowell, ADZ, andJ.

gave activity reports. for May, journeyed to Pensacola 1 last B. Evans, AD3, both of

along with suggestions for various weekend to play NAS Pensacolaand NARTU, the newest members. (
Corny Field. Although it wasa
improvements.It In the meantime 1ft more,
three-game defeat for the locals -
was voted to increase the donors joined the fast grow-
it was a gallant and spirited
Half Call'on Club bring-
ing ,
operating hours of the teenage stand against a veteran team.
ing membership to 469.
up
club. This latest of the Club's Even the Pens! Waves had to con- Following are new additionsto
cede to the girls' fighting spirit.
projects has proved to be popular the Half-Gallon Club. .
The defeat may be partly at-
with\ au'+ the teen on Richard F. Mallett FN Security
agers k$ 'a tributed to the jolting bus ride -

the base. Thursday night, which resulted .

Mrs. linda Bronson reported ; in many aching sacroiliacs. Arthur M. Nelson, Public
L ,4.s Works. .
t t
the completion of a Cray Ladies
"" John M. Yaske SN Cecil .
L Wearily the girls climbed into -
course by herself and Mrs.
Field.
their sacks Friday night only to
Marge Bradley, The Director of Mary F. Wallis, 0 & R.
be aroused about 0300 with an
the Red' Cross consequently as. William A. Boulware, Pub-
announcement over the p.a. system -
signed the Orthopedic Ward B- lic WorkS:
"Hurricane all
warning,
5 to the club for recreation ac Burton K. Phillippe, MM3,
hands report to their uniu'in the
tivities. Plans were made to entertain Sub Group J 1.
Uniform of the day. Sleepily the
these boys at an early Donald P. Piotrowski, AN,
Jax Waves were ushered into the
date. VP-18.
lounge to await further word to
1 evacuate. John A. Ethels, Public l i

A final financial report on the Works.
After a prolonged wait the girls
Southeast Regional Conventionwas Sgt. Thomas J, Cahill, NAT-
finally dispersed on the deck and
given by Mrs. June Hoover. TCenter.
assorted chairs to doze fitfully until
Franklin L. Dillovt, AMAN, f
Congratulations were extendedto .____<< AT IV "" _'F -... ... reveille, amid the crawling
her and members of the com Fasron 6.
TOTE THAT SACK-Where, or where, are those men that .ants which were a great sourceof
Hines Jr. PR3
Junie E.
,
mittee who did a splendid job haunt the Waves Barracks after working hoars Marlene\ Mc- discomfort during their stay. i
to make the convention a suc- Grath SN, of the Navy Belief office, could use some help as S Operations. '-.

she totes her gear from one barracks to another. This depicts a The Jax Team has avowed that Nicholas Siggelakes, A N, "
cess.The typical scene as some Waves move into Barracks 723. Fasron 09.James .
t
entertainment chairman when the Pens! girls play at NASin

proposed a' picnic for Sunday, I Vets a few weeks, a friendly revenge M. Marlowe' 11M3,
To
Available
June 13, to be held at Keystone I Special Pamphlet will be in order-some- NARTU. /
Oliver W. Forrest AOC
,
Heights. All members will be thing like several fire drills per-
notified for further: To Build With Gl Loans NATTCenter. i
details. individually : Planning haps, or including them in on a Shirley E. Piper, Public
special Field Night. Several

On Saturday June 6, girls and I: To ,the Home-Buying Vet lecting the neighborhood, the minds are devilishly whirling Works. R. Crezman AO1
George ,
their husbands gave a surprise I eran", a 32-page guide for veterans lot and the house itself. away on these thoughts. NATTCenlej.s

farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. planning to buy or build It aso covers the costs of Best wishes to Ruby Jones, Dennis A. Jenson, 'A A,

Don Countryman. Mrs. Countryman homes with GI loans, is now home ownership, the contractof SN. of the Commissary Office NATTCenter.

was the originator and available at Veterans Administration purchase, final settlement or and Thomas A. Nipper, ADAN, of L. EN1
Shrecengost
Wayne ,
chairman of the teen-age club Offices In the Fass-a- closing the loan ,and what to the NAS Post Office who were Sub '
Group
with the active assistance of her Grille Regional Area. expect before and after. moving married last weekend.

husband. The Club will meet The pamphlet U designed to into a .new home. Those still hospitalized are

again on June 17 for the' next help World War II and Post- The responsibilities of the Peggy Riggs and Bpnnle Steb-

business meeting. Korea veterans get started on veteran home owner and what bins. Let's remember to visit or

the right foot under ,the CI the VA can and cannot do to jsend cards to the girls in the
home loan program, said II. F. assist the veteran. are also dis hospital.
Big things went on at the nur- *
Dickensheets, manager of the cussed.
sery last week, with Mrs. WalterH. Navy life will be just mem-
Veterans Administration Pass- A of the pamphlet will
copy
ories to Beilie
Bedard graduating her two Morgan and Mag-
a-CiUle Regional Office. be sent to each veteran applying '
senior kindergarten classes and gie Schuster who now are happy
The,pamphlet discusses whata for a certificate of eligibility civilians.
Mrs. Allen G. Scarbrough's com veteran should look for in se- for a GI loan. Veterans also (This It ,the KCona in a aeries

pletion of her Junior class. may obtain a copy by writ- of articles containing' fto latest

Although those ,were hectic New Flight Suit ing the nearest VA office. HOPE TO SPEED voting 'information.)

days for everyone working at There is no charge for the KKNTUCKV
the Nursery, the noise and hustle pamphlet. .. RELEASE OF DOCSAn Primary election wiU bV held

and bustle the 150 children made 'Chute EjectionAwaiting amended version i of the Aug. 1, 1953. All members of the

for nine months, will be missed.It Furlough Rail Rate House-passed doctor draft which House of Representatives of the

will start all over again come Pilots will speed the release of many state, one-half of the members of r

September.To Extended To Jan. 31 physicians, dentists, veterinariansand the State Senate, a various

clear up confusion about Washington (AFTS) An Integrated The serviceman In uniform specialists. now on active dutyis state, county, and municipal officers

the newly started class for flight suit, a new type traveling at his own expense I expected to be approved by theSenate will be nominated. The gen-

school children, all parents are "thin-back" parachute and an will continue to travel at reduced Armed Services commit- ell election will be held on Nov.

notified that a steady weekly attendance ejection seat mated to these developments -' fare on the'nation's I. tee. S, 1953 to fill these offices. Ob-

isy not required. This have been unveiled by railroads for at least six: ad- The hearings indicated it will lain ballots by mailing Federal

class operates Monday through the Navy. These three units com- ditional months. Due to the be even more liberal than {lhe Post Card Applications to the ,

Friday from 0800 to 1600 and prise a major redesign and simplification Korean war, the reduced furlough House version-principally in giving County Court Clerk in the county i

parents may bring and pick up of flight safety equip- "rate which was sched- to'veterinarians the extra $100a Kentucky residence.

children at any time. Regular ment. uled to 1 lapse. on July 31, has month now drawn by physiciansand .
The lightweight night suit
new I VIRGINIA
nursery fees, are charged, either been extended to Jan.31, 1951. dentists y
incorporates anti G equipment, election will be
by the hour, or by the punch I Primary July
card, or a dollar a day if both parachute harness, lap belt and M, 1953 to nominate candidates

parents work. This class is also shoulder straps.,. S,6 >99; for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney -
open for children of civHian The thin-back parachute is the General, and members of i)
I first radical change in parachute
.workers.A the House of Representatives of
pack design in more than 21 years, ; 4r/ the state. A run-off primary to
nice activity schedule has the Navy said. It l is only one-ihlrd make nominations in those cases

been worked out, suitable for as thick as the present chute, is where nominations were not made

age. After having been here* once much more comfortable, and 12 in the primary will be held August

the big boys and girls will sure- pounds lighter than present standard J, 18, 1951 The general election -
not to coming to the '
ly object
chutes. : to fill the above offices will
"Nursery", which most of them The new pack Is opened and be Nov. 3. 1953. Obtain ballots

associate with only babies and closed with a chain fastener arrangement i J .f.i} p by l l federal Post Card Application c cto

diapers. For detailed informal instead of the cone and Registrar of Voting Precinct, 4s

tion, please call extension 363. pin used for years on all contain- ,-4 g 4 place of residence as early as 60 ".
:
|ers. The release mechanism uses T w days prior to election for voters .

the same principle as a zipper In the t(. S. and as early as 90
BC-BS Payments Due when tbA lower fastener comes days prior to election for voters

Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy loose. The opening is aided by outside the continental limits of

holders are reminded that spring tension on the fastener. the U. S.

payment Is-due June 1516. For fast ejections from the fry ... This voting information applies d

cockpit, a new seat incorporates a CINDERELLA WEEKEND WINNERS-M/Sft John Barnett to Service personnel,, dependents

single point release /mechanism of NATTCenter is congratulated by Cant. G. M. Gipple, of Air residing with Service personneland a
Supervisors Meet Tonight which automatically releases' man Prep School, on winning with Mrs. Barnett (center) a "Cin U. S. citizens attached to and

National Association of Supervisors shoulder straps, seat belt, ant1-G derella Weekend" 10 New York City The husband-wife team serving with U. S. Armed Forces
were winners of a quit contest program conducted by a local TV
will meet tonight at 1930 hook-In and cuts off the regular station. Daring the three day rip the Burnetts took in all the beyond the continental limits &( <,

at the YWCA, on Duval Street. oxygen supply. sights, and were treated to much entertainment. the U. S. t t


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Modern 'Iron Maiden'
KOREA IS A WAR;


Pilots Learn Ditching Procedures DOUBLE JUDGE INDEMNITY SAYS NO


Declafed not, the Korea

From Indoor Dilbert. Dunker"HereNavy fighting is war, according to

Federal Judge Harry C.. West-
pilots ditching their battle-damaged planes in Korea's over of Los Angeles, Calif., who

frigid: waters owe their lives to ditching procedures established and ruled that the doubleIndemnityclause

,tried here In the United Stales. in a Metropolitan Life

Y. \, 2w t a ; One of the devices used to perfect .. ., ,... policy did not apply that is,
water. the policy does not pay off dou-
ditching techniques, j jokingly mAn'
ble in the case of a
,
} referred to as the "DilbeitDunker" TirE "DUNKER"' is an alt killed in Koiea.: ,

I + is undergoing spartan metal cockpit with sealed ends The ""cae was brought, to
"
service In the tfATTCenter; Indoor which; is suspended on a plat- court by the father of a man

swimming pool by pilots form about 25 feet high. Once killed In KoreaJThe policy bars

simulating crash landings onr't is the double paymeo Incase of
the pilot securely strappedin
death by war and the Korean
the modern "iron maiden""
conflict was again pronounced
the dunker slides down the. rails by the court'to be a war.' ,
'
and slams into the water It
-
-
-
immediately overturns with the Recruiting By IndustryAt .

well- eked airman inside. '
Separation Points /
*
Gets 'No' From DOD
JN ORDER to qualify In the

dunker the pilot must release The private industry request -
that their personnel representllives -
this belt while
safety upside
Flv-e t books recommended be permitted to hire
down and then swim clear of the .
when you want something int6 .. military persons leaving service

which to sink your mental teeth: submerged hulk. at separation points received
.
,Pursuit Of Happiness. Stimulating Fleet Air Jacksonville's\ Aviation a flat "no" from the .

history of that famous I Defense Department.
Training Aids Unit is responsible -
provision in our Declaration of : According to Assistant Sec
Independence. "Traces the phil.. { for the upkeep and retary of Defense John A.

osophical Implications, its legal use of the life-saving 'device Hannah, it would be unfair to

ramifications and ideological permit some firms to contact
CRASH-Lt. Joe Thorns of
significance." VF-4J is strapped into the departing servicemen While "

U. S. Foreign Policy-Elliott's "Dilbert Dunker" (top photo) denying the ..privilege to oth
for a quick dousing in the In- ers. In case it would "be
,]latest discussion of a' provocative any
door Pool. Few sensations
impossible to accommodate all
subject. equal the one Lt. Thorns Isundergoing
Basic I Psychiatry Strecker in the middle photo. ... companies wishing recruiting

presents scientific material for The Airman has about 2 or rights.
3 seconds before being completely .
Excellentfor
the interested layman.
submerged The pilot
w
the instructor who knows frees himself (bottom), and Inflates Second VP-18 '
such knowledge will help eval- his raft after leaving the
uate student problems. Dilbert Dunker. The Dunkeris
used to simulate crash land- Member Finishes
Adventures In Artificial Res- Ings in water.Canted.

piration-Traces the history, des-
cribes various methods used and OCS Training
for Decks Due
brings techniques up-to-date
As an enlisted man what would
such specific conditions as the ,For More FlattopsThree you look like in an officer's uniform 1.
crowded submarine' tpace; and I more Essex-clans aircraft ? '

the foxhole. I carriers will be installed with the Ensign Roy Steinberg, formerly

Giant In Chains-A jolt for newly developed canted deck, Of The Genus Mephitis. Family, of Patrol Squadron 18, who

those who consider philosophy which enables fast planes to land'' recently completed! a fourmonthscourse

"ideas in cobwebs." diagonally across the flight deck ''Those Crazy Cats' Wring Maternal at Officer's Candidate

The Rommeli Papers-T h e Instead of straight ahead. If Con School at Newport, R. I., got his .

Desert Fox's own notes for all gress appropriates sufficient 1 answer here last week. ,

who have read Invasion1944or money, It Is probable that such Instinct From OrdnanceGunnery"Oh An ATAN when he left Jax .

Desert Fox, from which the canted decks will be constructedon Steinberg was

movie version was made. all Navy carriers.In those crazy cats" has Hebert, AN, took possession of able to sportEnsign's
become the utterance
Five more for-well, just for addition to the canted deck, popular the captives.A .
around the Ordnance and Gun- bars
fun! each carrier will get additional short trip to the veterinarian
magazine locker here. his first vis- r
on
Eagle And The Rock-A new catapults, more space to store theNavy's nery in town was made, and aft 1 a
'novel based on Napoleon's life new powerful jet planes, Two polecats (skunks, thatis er that '. domesticated it with his old sad.;

: by the author of Immortal Lov- onore storage space for aviation ) were :found in a field adjacent skunks, or' cats, ..whichever buddies. He is

ers and Life of the Heart. gasoline, plus new radar and electronics to Building 370. The you prefer. They have been the second en-

Argosy Book Of Sports Stories equipment. Each conver- new of the magazine locker labeled "Stinky" and "Nan listed man

When it's too hot to', play, try sion will cost about $5>>million and voted to keep them as pets and Able Sugar." -

reading this assortment. will take about 18 months. the captors of the "varmints"Jack Age of the two, pets is about from VP-18 to" Steinberg '
Curry, AOAN and Victor receive a 'commission via OCS.
r Wreck Of The Maid Of Athens three weeks old. Their keepers -
Thrilling, factual story of a hope to begin an extensive At present he is attending Avia- -
tion Ground Officer's School: at .
American watersIn
wreck' in South training program to completely NATTCenter.
1870. The one woman 'aboard housebreak them The 45

proved the biggest,asset when men hope, too, that the vet.did A graduate of the Universityof

the going was really rough! RK a good job! Florida, Steinberg completed
Golden' Eagle-Historical novel ANP( ) and ATA) Schools before -

of the Mexican war centers Hurricane HuntersAC being transferred to VP-18

around an advance scout who it :which was VP-861 then lie applied

doubles as a spy Full of daring, wire New GO for OCS when he arrivedat

color:and excitement. the squadron..
Some Faces In' The Crowd- j-: Comdr. David J. Walkinshaw S $ ,
S5SCUTTLEBUTT /
Schulberg's latest is'a collectionof relinquished command of Weather -

20 richly human'short stories: w Squadron Two to Com r. Lu- .

His famous satirical slant is inv kas V Dacha last Friday.
evidence in some but the tender-,
... ness :of the' stories about children Comdr. Walkinshaw commanded ( I "

is matched with his keen In- the Hurricane Hunters ,since

torpietation of has been pugilists, < fi Va y ri' "their commissioning in March

etc. r 1932. During that time, the squada .
:
o ron flew some 40-odd hurricane
New Security Medal .
reconnaisance flights, in additionto
A National Security Medal was '....
'numerous weather observation
f'tllabl1shed'by President Truman i i :17i3{ 'xq .
? flights for the Office of Naval Re- t
before his ,administration was up, -.' ..
search, flights for Paramount
to be presented to those who perform -
News, and Life magazine.
outstanding deeds in the field
of Intelligence.Any A formal inspection of the
p squadron was held prior to the
person, regardless of his : \tq, lg Y
rationality, may be awarded this -,- ",,,,,.., ..' w change of command ceremoniesby
medal for distinguished achievemEnt DIG THOSE SHOULDER BOARDS-"Stinky" and "Nan Able Capt. Arthur S. Born, Com-

or, outstanding contributionon Sugar", pet genus mephitis (skunks to, you), feel right at home mander, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Sign in a reducing salon's window -
,with one of their masters, Jack Curry, AOAN. Curry and Victor: accompanied by Comdr. Dachs : "A, word to the wide tosufficient.
1947 in
26
after July th1
or Hebert, AN, who captured the pair here, are In the process of "
and Comdr. Walkinshaw. .
field bf intelligence. domesticating the "cats".



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Bach To Bebop




Navy Band Hits Full Cadence '. \6 .


To Provide Much Mellow MusicYou '; ,* f


think i your unIt. Is ering. 1'',,

How' about this for
busy a
Versatile In its repertoire, tho \:
daily schedule!
17-piece organization can be,utilized It
Colors, 0800; Honor Ceremony,
as a parade !unit, a concert ";
;
0930; 0 & R Concert, 1130; I
Change of Command 1300; Rehearsals band, a dance band or combo \units, :41 i
whatever I is right for the ()('ca7
1400-1600; Squadron par, j,

ty, 1730.1900; Dance, 2100-2400. lion I
.
: I .
A $; ; :4 iqI Such might be a page from the The j
c little black book: carried by John I ; Band's .wlirtlule may call : ,
for honor ceremonies command
W. Charlesworth, Jr., MUC, and
inspections! a carrier open house, y,,
director of the Navy Band'here.. .
I change of command or '
p S11'uh ceremony "

;j.? 1 a popularity rating that a noon concert at the Malnsldo J\\

gym, near the me lines, at 0 &
has soared since its (list. appear
R, Snug Harbor, the Hospital or
ance a year ago, the musical aggregation .
most any other popular spot on ;
is'much in demand for
FIRST ANNIVERSARY-As members of the Navy Band look back on their first year at NAS, the resel'vatlon I
nothing seems Impossible. Composed' of 17 talented muscians, the musical unit tackles a full schedule official and non-official activities. i
in fine fashion. Front row (left to right) are, John Charlesworth MUG director; Luther Anb these yorn-blowing "white The ,band also playa for unit J

Jlooker.IV3! ; Kllem !Miller MUSN; John Parker, MU3; George Tscheulln, MU2; Ned Muffler, hats" add color and pleasure 1 parties, receptions, dances, andhas \

MU2; Joseph Bruno, MU3; William Robson MU3. Second row Paul Drisroll MU3; George Grom, wherever they play, be it a military regular monthly engagement
MU3; Kenneth Sampson !MU2; John 1ItDonald.IVI! ; Porter Weaver, MUZ. Third 'row, Willis. at the Jacksonville Beach Community *
Ganahl, !MUZ; Frank Schultz, MUI, and William Heard, MUZ. Absent is Albert Kelley, MUC. ceremony or a social gath- Center the Jacksonville
,
j; -
-"" ..
'O/'J, USO and for
Hospital patients
Lcdr. Suit Succeeds I VP3VF-104. Fasron Six VC-62 Report Performances at other activitiesin

Jarrobino At VF171Lcdr. the area, from Miami to Brunswick -

I are scheduled from time to
John larrobjno was re Jacksonville Area
Scouting Squadrons time, as are radio .and television
lieved last week as skipper of broadcasts and variety shows!

VF-174 by Lcdr. George Suit. VP-3 ... ... ...

The departing skipper will become USS Midway; Erbin B. Mull( -,
Old barracks L is really show And in between there are ,always -
assistant operations officerof off the USS Monterey USO Club MovesTo
gan, SNIt ,
rehearsals
ing'her stripes. Ever since Henry field days! and
ComFajrJax.. Lcdr. Suit servedat and Albert E. Cobb ATAN from
Addy, ADC, took over as barracks .. New Location the general routine that any other
Naval Air Test Center, patux- VF-13 at Cecil'Field.:' Kenneth F,
chief in February, Navy's The Jacksonville USO Club sailor must follow
ent River, Md., before coming to Russell AN returned from the
traditional cleanliness record has has a new home. Known as Unit 191, the Band
Jax. Hospital after two weeks.:
not faltered at'her doorstep.In The club has been moved is composed of rated musician),
After serving better than 30
the recent administrative from atop the Bus Station at all graduates of the Naval School
-.. months with Fasron Six William
25 Years I inspection held by VP-3, barracks Clay and Adams to 37 West of Music, Washington. The majority
H. Elliott, AM3, was transferredto
I L was given an "outstanding" Monroe Street.Alterations came here from sea, many
VF-171 last week.
': rating. at the new location from ships in Korean waters, no
Service For
In the Veterans' Bowling loop
A factor making the barrackseven are not yet complete, even with an average of eight or

more liveable was the Installation last Thursday, the Keglers ad but personnel using locker facilities nine night jobs a month, NAS _

;f Center OD"When of a 17-inch TV set. According vanced to first place by taking may do so by this Sax duty is "pretel red". ,
.
three from Jax Terminal, 853- "
for the rail. to the men, "Now we can weekend. All of the men play a( leant
: .. you worfc 808, 888-851 and 911.882, while
"'.... road' for 25 years you get a gold stay at home and enjoy our- "The Still" lost two. ., Brand new furnishings, two instruments and often doubleon }

: watch. All I want is special liberty selves." Feeling is high that this Fasron's softball team droppeda equipment and airconditioning a third. In addition to Charlen-

r}' for one day" improvement is about the best are the features of the worth, hey are: Joseph A. Bruno -
pair in the Men's City*League
.
that ,welfare and recreation could new USO.Johnson MU3, trumpet; Paul i{. Drls-
Such i i. the modest request'of last week, falling before Caruso
have given. coil, MU3, tenor sax Willis 11.
r ;
Lt. F. S. (Gus) Golding, officer- Electric Co., 9.3, and shut out by
t. of-the-day at the Naval Air Technical On June 3, men of VP-3 will Construction Co.0. Ganahl MU2, drums; George VV,

I" enjoy a social "Stag and Drag" their, Grom, MU3, alto sax; William W
fl' Training ,Center, who today New Skipper for VF-101 ; The Blue Clads still seek s

o completes a quarter of a party for "members only" The GC Medals PresentedAt first victory in City play. Heard, MU2 Bas; Luther P. ,_ ?

. gala gathering of officers and Hooker, MU3, clarinet; Albert
century of Naval service.
men will be held at Camp Bland. a change-of-command ceremony VC-62 Kelly, MUC, trombone; Jbhn H i

L "And all of it was In aviation," ing, about 30 miles west of Jack at VF-104 last'Friday, Lcdr. A recent post card received McDonald, MUI, baritone. '

:',,, he points out. sonville. Robert E. Saguln turned over the from Comdr Noel Bacon, VC- Kliem R. Miller\ MUSN, claiU

1:1...: Golding. joined A quartet of new faces cur reins of VF-104 to Lcdr. Harold 62's skipper, who is currently en- net; Ned E. Muffley, MU2, trum- 'i

I'r the service on rently seen about the squadronarea H. Brock, formerly executive of. joying an all-expense 10-day tour pet; John A. Parker, MU); clarl-

June 11, 1928. include Daniel R. Maxwell, ficer of the squadron. of Europe with his wife Betty, net; William E. Robson, MU3,

.' ADI, and William E. Schindler, Lcdr.. Seguin will report to Bu. reports that they are partakingof trumpet; Frank L. Schultz, MUI,

: He attendedthe old'avi. ADI, both reporting aboard from Pers, Washington, D. C., for his the beauty of London and Pa- drums; Geo. H. Tschculin, MU2, ;

.- Corpus Christi, Texas; Leroy Bal- next assignment. Lcdr. Brock, ris. They will return to New trumpet; Porter Q. Weaver, MU2, r

t Ion General com, BM1, and Dewey A. Stin- former executive officer of VA- York, JUne 10. trombone, and Kenneth, C. Sampson -

Utility School son, BM1, coming from the USS 105, reported here from NAS, VC-62's softball team suffered MU2, french horn, piano, and, 1

at Great Midway. Columbus, Ohio, in October ':52.> a mighty blow last week when arranger. .. "3'''

> Lakes, Ill., and Lt. Golding Prior to reading of orders of. Al Bullard, the spark plug behind .

served aboard the USS Saratoga, VF-104 daily marking the' change-of- many of the, team's attacks, received the Al mound duties. .
pitched a sweet "swan song"June
which later was to be sunk in The sto/k recently made a low command, four men were award. his orders to Personnelman 2 at Saratoga Field his last

the Navy's atom bomb test at pass over the home of Clarence ed good conduct''medals. Receiving "C" School in San Diego. I
game for VC62. The plot evolved : ;'J'
Bikini. McNeal, AO1, and left a fine baby the awards were -Jleggie T Lcdr. Howard Skidmore, squadron around the bitter struggle 'In the .tit"
"In those days," Golding recalled Beshears ADC him
girl. ; James Marshall, exec, who has proved intramural softball .
competition
,, "the Navy's air arm was A whale of a big surprise,came SD3; Linza E. Mannering -AMI self as a ,capable hurler .in previous and pitted the heretofore undefeated ,

so small that each 'fly boy' knew Monday to squadron personnel and Clarence,G. McNeal, AOI. ,competition, will take over Fasron 109 -
the other by his first 'name.".He against VC62. j
when Tony Jattuso, AT3, passedout Bullard turned In beautiful
a
"
also with light. '> '; ;
spent two years t
free watermelon Tony's {}: .. performance
: ; allowing only four -
er-thaivfcir units in 193537. Dur 9r
,farm,near Orlando, produced so ?' ; >,f \ hits while striking out 11 batters, ..
ing World War II he was at 'a
many "goodies" that the market- the ..:
Ito
winning game 0. ,
'
Pearl Harbor and with the "Goo. J
ing of same would become,a real ;: s k Personnel departing this week I
Johnston Island
a
Birds" on ,
ny
problem VF-104 received the ,
- I Ij were Lt.jg) John Farrcl, who ';1'
Navy outpost.
surplus 'with open arms.Fasron ( left for Pensacola to assume duties i j
deck officer .
He
was a hangar 'S : ;
aboard the USS Essex in the Ko }, :i., 4w as an Instructor; Lt.jg( ) 'a.

rean Campaign from Dec. '50, until Six : .S,. 'f' ::5; Thomas Worklnger was released ;,;
In order to stimulate interest to Inactive duty; Richard Krieg, ,
he came to NATTCenter."If 1
y / 94v Y r r. Yfr //y
want to lose weight," in Fasron's column in "Scoutingthe AF3, departed on TAD to the .

he said you, "try'putting a flock of Squadrons," a, Whlte-Hat-of- J. A.Mauer, Inc., at Long Island, :'
the-Week will be selected com- : N. Y. J
Corsairs, Panthers and Banshees
to roost on a hanger deck for re- mencing next' week by ''division ,,qy '' yy George Blumenthal, PII3, and
officers. The title will go to those Jack Sturgill AF1
pair and check. I lost 55 pounds go TAD to
who have been doing an out- the Alnsmat
:. ',- during my two cruises in the Specialties, ;Inc., ,
standing job in their shops and L rig'Island N.
Sea of Japan aboard the Essex." 4 Y. John Cahill,
( able to use their own initiative. / Y ADAN, was received aboard from .
. .y. ',: L{. Golding is married and fa. ; for: a .
: An identical program was Indoctrinated Fasron 6.
ther of a son, John, six years old
several years ago under The. local television station
He relieves Lt. Albert Vandesz, '
"Six Bits" but haS been discon-
recognized VC-62 on a local
__ as officer-of-the-day. -: '
1 tinued for over a year. _m.'m. __ newsprogram. 1815: June 3 in

Overheard: Bos'n mate bellowIng The welcome mat was dusted FAETU LOSES HEAD l\IAN-Comdr.- Herbert Klenk (right), connection with current field

mi at a seaman: "The afternoon I off over the week as four men offlcer-in-charge of FaetuLant Detachment Two, briefs Lt. Denny trips to various industries In the f fI

&j off I The afternoon off! What do reported here for duty. Just in Newberry, acting offlcer-in-charge, on one of the school's electronic Jax area. The station televised 4

4-!'- you think you are, human be- I are Ronald G. Elliott, SN; Jack NAAS autopilots Sanford as, prior skipper to of his VJ-6Z.departure.Lt. Newberry Comdr. Klenk will head goes the to I two photos taken on the visit to

w ing'! ... H. Woolridge, SN; both off the detachment until the arrival of Lcdr. W. M. Ostapanko in July King Edward Cigar factory.




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Facts and figures released: from City Baseball League

headquarters this week gave conclusiVe i ( proof of Jax Navy's
domination of the first half competition which through Mon- 0

day's rain out against Hardage saw the local nine updefeated f
in 11 starts.
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Probably the foremost reason has been the .Fliers'
CINDER BURNERS-Track and field men from Jax shown above will In the
overshadowsa Navy, compete
staff and it's hard to that
mound say anything All-Navy and All-Marine Corps championships which begin today at Camp Lejuene N. C. Front
team hitting average of .322-which has allowed but 25 row, (left to right) are, Bob Scheall, Len Kehl, Bob Campbell John Harris, Manr Peterson, Jim
,earned runs to cross in 91 innings. That's the ErA of 2. 75 Kelley and Ran Thompson. Center row, Coaches Tom Long and Joe Hawkins Ken Stewart Bill I
Morlng, Jack Maurer, Harry CarUn'aDd Ed Scott. Back row, Coach Paul McCoy, Don Snkel, Bill
per game. Bodmer, Bob Brautigam, Doc Barr, Charles Cutler and Jim Parkinson.
Jim Eason is the number one man on Coach Frank :Mc-

Caffrey's hill corps. The crafty southpaw, who is capable of Hold
hitting with the best of 'em against any competition Jax Daily Practice, Lejeune Hosts All-Navy

Navy faces this season, has gone, the distance for three decisions Sessions For Tankmen ,

and won one in relief. Tryouts for the Jax Navy

In 30 innings Lefty has permitted only five earned runs varsity swimming,team are being Marine Cinder RunOffEleven -

for an ERA of 2.! 03. Eason might well be the first choice conducted daily, Monday .
for most valuable player of the season award in September. through Friday, at the Indoor
His City League batting average is a healthy 429. Pool, Building 614. Coaches Navy athletes and seven Marines representing
Jax Navy left early this week for Camp Lejeune N.C. to
Bob Rogers and Dick White In- ,
Equally capable at the plate as on the mound is Ernie
take in the and
vite all personneLinterested in part All-Navy All-Marine Corps Track and
Funk the former Southern Association righthander who
,
to time Field Championships opening this afternoon and extending
participation
report any
has come home a winner in three starts while knocking the
of the day. through Saturday.
ball around at a .COO clip. v
Coaches :Paul McCoy, Tom Long '
Ralph Bennett is credited with a pair of wins, Clarence and Joe Hawkins are taking their ley, Len Kehl, Bill Storum, Con

Eilertson and Ken Jacobs claiming one each. Eilertson departed Wilson Sobieraj strongest cinder artists to the rad Hammann, Bill Moring, John

,from the local nine over a week ago because of con- event. All of the Marines are Hargis, Jim Parkinson, Bob Campbell

flicting activities. "Old Slow Motion" Jake becomes a proud Com Fair from the Naval. Air Technical Gerald High and Larry
civilian in a matter of days and will also be lost for future Sweep Training Center 'while the Navy White.
assignment. Finals in the mile, 120-yard high
entries Include athletes from NAT.
Might,be interesting to note that Funk has walked only Net Tournament TCenter, NAS Sanford, and Guan. hurdles, broad jump and hammer

two runners in 23 innings at the same time ,fanning 18. tanamo Bay, Cuba. throw were scheduled for both .
Finals in the ComAirLant Tennis Marines and ..
Navy this afternoon
Eason has struck out 32 and free passed 13.
Tournament will be held this Lcdr. Ralph Colson Special I
Services officer of the First Naval Friday heats and finals will be
*, afternoon on the Boone Park
held in the
Team captains for the respective Jax Navy contingents courts with 'Jax Navy's defending District, will be in charge of the tow hurdles 100-yard, 410-yard dash dash, 220-yard and finals -

which are under fire in the All-Navy and All-Marine Corps doubles team of Leon Wilson and All-Navy championships( which include in the three-mile
run, 16-
Track and Field Championships this afternoon were elected Ben Sobieraj favored fo repeat. entries from the Atlantic' pound shot put, discus throw and
here before departure for Camp LeJeune, N. C., today. Wilson is also the 1952: singles and Pacific fleets, Naval Districtsand ( hop-step-jump.
the Severn Command.
Ed Scott, a graduate of AE School and now attached to champion; The meet winds Saturday
NATTCenter personnel, was signaled out by the Leather- The smooth stroking Wilson Combined Meets Economize with finals in the up dash
nudged Sobieraj, 1-8, 6.3, 6-( last The two meets, the AllNavyand 220-yard ,
necks while Ken Stewart, on TAD orders to NAS Special two-mile steeplechase, pole vault /
week at Boone Park for the Com- All-Marine, are being run concurrently ,
Services from VPwill act in behalf of the sailors. throw
javelin ,
high
jump, 440-
Fair Jax singles title, one of three for the first time in his
It's a fitting reward for the versatile sprinters who'veprovided qualifying tourneys for, ComAir tory as an economy measure. yard relay (Marines) and mile re.

F their own competition through most of the season Lant competition. Wilson and So- There will be no competition be- lay (Marines).
after the blocks for the and fur-
leaving starting
century bieraj teamed to defeat Jack tween the two services, however, The All-Service Championshipswill
long gallops. Webb, Key West,' and Charles the same officials will be used to be staged the following weekat
*
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Beal, VF-102, for the doubles start each race and judge the field Fort Jackson S.C. with .the
,Dan Sikes, 1953 Jacksonville City links champion, was the crown. events. Third Army serving as host.

guest of Bill Scarbrough, winner of the recent San Jose In- Similar ComFair tourneys were By Monday, last week, the en-

vitation tourney, on the station course Saturday and Sunday staged at Quonset Point and Norfolk try list included over 100 names
afternoons.The with the winners vying here and'Was expected to swell to near- I Sports Quiz I

city titlist, who was a pre-tourney favorite in the for ComAir Lant laurels. The lat- ly 200 by starting time, June 11,
San Jose, carded a 76 and a 75 while Big Bill toured the ter meet opened Monday, but results when the meet opens with cere- (By Armed Forces Press Service)

"tough' station layout" :with one under par 71's twice were not available at press monies on Liversedge Field, Camp QUESTIONS
'\ r that figures. time. Lejeune. 1. What' active Major Leaguerhas
t In semi-final singles( play in the 1 Jax' Navy coaches named the the most hits?

Entries ComFair Jax meet, Wilson blasted following men to comprise the two 2. In table tennis what constitutes
are now being accepted for the Sixth Naval I 1
District Tennis Tournament by the NATTCenter Special Beal, 7-5: 6-2, and Sobieraj( moved local squads: a "rat"
past Webb, 6-3, 63.. The four semiFinalists I Marines Marv Peterson, Bob 3. Who won the American
Services Officer, Extension 8228, Building 563. Deadline is I i
Friday, June 13. % ( are representing this I Dr aut I g a m, Bill Bodmer, Jack League home run title in 1952 ,
0 area. Maurer, Ed Scott, Joe Hawkinsand 4.Paavo Nurmi was the first {{
The Sixth Naval District Ten- Charles Cutler. athlete to run a mile under four I,
Head timer for the Mainside intramural
swimming meetwas nls Tournament will be a June 22 List Starting Times minutes-10 seconds. (True-False) ,
Ensign Paul Zanfardine, Assistant Athletic, officer at event at Boone Park. Navy-Ken Stewart, Jim Kelt.iUMAII' 5. What present American t
NATTCenter. He was assisted by Joe Hawkins, also of the .,
Center League pitcher once won three
gym crew.
World Series games while pitching -
Winners in the All-Station tank competition will be uti- for the St. Louis Cardinals? I'
lized in forthcoming} varsity meets, the first of which is the : ANSWERS

Southern Peach :Meet, June 20-21, at LaGrange, Ga. How- I
1. Stan Muslal with
ever, all personnel are eligible to tryout for the varsity at c ties. 2,025 safe- !
time. a>+ f ;
any MFOLLOWIN' 2. ,A rest in table tennis is the

period during which the ball is! 7 l.
THE FLIERS-John Mannion, one of the in play. A rest the result of
few die-hard supporters of Jax Navy athletics in existence, I which is scored is termed a
informs us that the "kiss,of death" may be having some 1- "point." A rest the result of

effect on "Full Ensign" Bill Hayes' success on the mound which is not Stored Is termed a
for the Fliers in two starts. He's wearing the ill-fated No. "let."

18 uniform worn by Phil Righter last year and the big guy <;k. 3. Larry Doby (Cleveland)
couldn't buy a victory While the Fliers were equalling with 32 round trippers.

e their longest consecutive winning string of the season tha 4. False. The great and durable .

past two weeks, shortstop Lucky Luttrell was moulding rec- a Finn was never able to negotiate -
ords of his own. Lucky, who performs equally as well on 4' the mile distance in 4:10.:
the dance floor to the strains of "Sweet Georgia Brown" as his best time being 4:10.4.: Jules

he does on the diamond, ,has not been shut out at the plate troph1 Ladoumegne of France was the
since the locals defeated Great Southern, April 26-That's MET CHAMPS-Accepting for champion. first to officially better 4:10. He
ships won in the ComFalrJax tennis tournament last week are
20 games arear Chief Bill Rice, who guided the cage Ben Sobieraj (left) and Leon Wilson. Rear Adm. Osborne B. set a mark of 4:09.2 in 1931.
destiny of VC-62 through the 1952-53 season, has joined Hardison, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, makes the, presen- 5. Harry Brecheen, now with
Jax Navy's varsity nine and was in charge of the squad at tation. Wilson defeated SobleraJ for the singles title and then the St. Louis Browns, defeatedthe
the two teamed up Ho give Jax Navy a double victory. Now underway -
Fort Benning last week. He was a tough man to talk to is the AlrLant tourney with finals slated at Boone Park Boston Red Sox three times
after bringing home a pair of wins against the Red Devils. this afternoon.. In the' 1916 World Series..PL .



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Fliers Near No' More 'Fish Stories' For Center Anglers First Round ,

First Half
There'll be no more spinning of "fish stories" by NATTCcnter personnel In the future.

City CrownZero Now there'll be proof by a "fish derby" set up by the Center's Welfare and Recreation division. IM Champs

The derby will include the heaviest fish caught In either salt or freshwater, relates

hour, plus one, was im- Ray W. Parr, AMC, in charge of the activity. Working with him at the. equipment shelter is

minent for the Jax Navy in Howard' Barrett, AO1. Defeated

City Baseball League hostili- THE CONTEST rules are simple. 'Fish must be weighed on scales at the NATTC gym
ties as the Fliers prepared to by the watch on duty there. Each derby will cover a period of three months and only Center Pitchers
administer the well known service personnel are eligible* to take part. dominated the
"coup de grace" to Great Mainside intramural scene in
Southern at Woodstock Park Chief Parr announced that the Center will furnish fishing gear, motors, point Out the best. its initial week of activity as

Tuesday and in so doing assure fishing spots or "even go along with the fishermen." first round winners in bo h

themselves of at least a NOW AVAILABLE at the Center are 18 motors, six dozen fresh water fishing sets, and the American and National
tie for the first round title. two and one-half salt water sets. "Soon we will have fishing nets for shrimping. the chief league were sent to the side..
Undefeated in 11 circuit starts, added. lines in quick fashion as the

the locals are in no real danger There also is a limited number of underwater fishing apparatus, including goggles, fins result of gilt-edged mound
of being: headed in their drive for and air guns. performances.Fasron .
the championship. Only time stood 109, defending champion -
Jn the path of Coach Frank Mc- in the American circuit,

Caffrey's athletes who, with a win Braves Charleston l was handed a 10 inning 1.0 defeat -
over the Truckers, would hold a by Al Bullard and his VC-

four-jama lead over second-place Vie In Oily Tonight 62 mates. Bullard, incidentally, "'"
Me Duff Hardware with ah equal With their big guns bowlingover was pitching his last game of the

number of games to be played. \6 one opponent after another, season in the local area as he
Rain cancelled Jax Navy's loop t r the Jacksonville Draves prepared received orders for assignment

engagement with Hardage Monday to conclude a four-game series In California.

night. Next City tilt Is slated with Charleston tonight at Myr- Bullard allowed three hits
for Monday, June 15, with McDuff tle Avenue Park before openinga while his mound opponent, Don
Hardware, at which time the first similar four-game Set with Glidewell, the strike out artist ,
half could be all
over. Montgomery tomorrow of Fasron 109, was nudged for
Saturday and Sunday at Mason The Sally League front runners only three safeties. But, Dern-
Field the Fliers host Turner VF-11 Swimmers Notch
will terminate a nine-game home- beck crossed with the winning ..
Air Fore Baix,both at
games stand in a single tilt with Savan- 'tally for VC-62 in the top of the'
14SO. nah Monday, June 15, and then 10th and the Fasronites sustained
Under wraps since pitching sin- Mainside IM Crown leave for ,an. Important week-long their first intra-mural defeatin
gleinningstints against Pants road trip. Although the battle for 11 starts.In .
Island here May 15-16, Ken Brun- leadership has seemingly narrowedto
ing shed his protective covering VF-11, short on personnel but long on ability and determination the Braves and Columbia Reds, the National loop, tenacious -
last Friday night with a four-hit won the second annual Mainside Swimming I there's still an abundance of dia- Commissary Store upset
7-0 victory over Fernandina Meet held last Thursday at Mainside pool, scoring 31 points I mond entertainment interest at NARTU, %.1, with Yarbreugh
Beach, North Florida l I League in seven events to best Operations by five points. every home game In Jacksonville. the winning chunker en a one-
hit performance The adroit
leaders. Four new records- two each Free Knot-Hole.Club tickets for
Also in the limelight was Dick seconds established by Silva in speedballer fanned eight .
by Tony Clark and Paul Funk- male dependents of station per .
Knoblauch, an aggressive third I houser of VF-11-were set in '52. The winner was only one- sonnel can be had at NAS Special Harry 'Stackhovue homered in
baseman! who was making his first the course of competition which half length in front of Opera- Services Office, 'Building 930. the first for the winners, but
start in a varsity uniform. The determined individual entries to tions' Jim White Ticket reservations should be NARTU, defending titlests in the

portside sticker rapped out three vie in the All-Station: meet, Mon In his second record breaking phoned to the Jacksonville Baseball National League, evened mattersin
ingles in four trips i to drive day, June 15, in the Indoor Pool, performance, Funkhouser stroked Club, 34307.: the mid-inning stages. Alert
across three tallies. Building 614, against similar rep- away from the threatening War- I base running and timely hitting
It was Jax Navy's fifth consecutive resentatives from NATTCenter.Final ren Bosworth of Operations to gave Commissary its winning
victory since losing to Moul. team standings placed win the 100 meter freestyle. The Scott Posts New tally with Fox making the pay

trie, Ga., 3-1, May 30, and enabled VF-11 first with 31 points, Operations previous record was 115.5: established Links RecordOne station crossing.

the McCaffreymen to equal second, 26 points, Fas by Neale Clark, Fas- Personnel served notice that it
their longest streak of the season. ron Six third, 21 points, and ron Six.Clark. -putting seven straight was to be reckoned with In the ,
Effective relief pitching by Special Services fourth,/ four took the lead in the second greens on the back side, Erwin second half of National League '.
Jim Eason and a clutch tingle points. Special Services was defending leg of the, 150 meter individual Salt, steller performer with the competition, punishing Hospital, \.
by lfatt'Wol08l'n In, the 10th team champion, while medley to nudge teammate Jax Navy varsity golf team, seta 6.%, and Operations, John .,
Inning were Instrumental in Jax Funkhouser by two seconds witha new record for the NAS I Applewhite twirled both tilts
Navy's 10-7' decision last winning time of 23505.: Gio- course when he carded a four I for the Ad Building nine, allowIng -
Wednesday over the 508th Airborne Personnel who finished one- vannini held the advantage af- under par 68 Sunday afternoon. I the Corpsmen but three hits ;
ncr of Fort Denning, two-three in the six individual ter the breaststroke, but lagged Playing in a foursome with and Operations, one. .I

earning the Fliers a sweep' of a events of the Mainside Intramu- behind in the freestyle, and Bill Scarbrough, who shot a '11'1 Scoring 43 runs in two games,
two-game series. mural Swimming meet are requested backstroke, finishing fourth to Bob Goetz, 72, and Dan FAW-11 displayed 4 surprising
Jax Navy won the opener, 11.1, to report to the Indoor Dick Cook, Fasron Six. Jacksonville City champion who reversal of first half form with a
behind the two-hit chunking of Pool Building 614 not later than 75 '
Bishop Cops Diving Crown required strokes, Scott bettered pair of decisions. Communications -
Ken Jacobs and a savage: 17-hit 1600 Monday, June 15, for the his own record of 69 estab-
bowed
record in the individual to the potent Air
The old
attack led Bob Horne Joe All-Station
by Fay competition.In lished the second week of Jan-
242.0 turned in Wing sluggers, 17-14, while Ope-
medley was : ,
and Eason! who gleaned three the station
addition, Operations' victorious uary over revamped
rations humbled
was 266.
safeties each. by DaneJIanson, VF-174, one of ,
200 meter team is ask layout.
relay the individual leaders in the '52 Mayport postponed its opt...
The: enemy scored its only runoff ed to attend in body to defend Par Out 543 454 344-36
tank festivities. log week fray with O&G but
f Jacobs in the seventh on a the NAS colors against NATT- Scott Out 543: 454 344-36 ,
,5, tingle, infield error and a fly ball Center tankmen. Taking full advantage of the Par In 445 344 354-36 returned in stunning fashion
to renter, but the Fliers were rockIng three optional dives, Jack Bishopof Scott In 434 334 344-32 Wednesday to administer a 19-
i along on an imposing lead of Fasron Six edged Bill Mc- 5 lickjng/ to Communicationsand
Vr r 8-0 ana were not shaken. Fasron Six was the 1952 runner- Namara, Operations low board "Is Kent conceited?" thus rank as the third undefeated
:, Bill Hayes made his second up. S specialist, by one point for the "Conceited! Why he Joined the team ia the National

start of the season for the locals VF-11 Wins Four Solo Titles one meter diving championships. Navy to let the world see him. League.- -
i in the second game and was performing VF-ll's point total came on The lluskle* of VP-J stayed

(i/ admirably until the eighth four firsts, two seconds, a third en the .500 mark for the week ... e
with a comfortable ;.3 margin. and two fourths. Fasron Six when VF-174 registered its
But the big righthander allowed topped two events and Operations 4r second successive forfeit.
I three runs to cross unaided by scored the remaining indi- Team managers or scorekeep- '
miscues and was in trouble in the vidual victory. Special Services' era of the home teams are still
ninth and then Eason put out point total resulted from thirds delinquent In reporting resultsto

the fire. by Willard Silva in the diving the Special Services the next

and backstroke. working day after a game. Intramural
:, Swimming Meet Results
Funkhouser finished a full F' 3r s .. 'pjf' directors request the f.
50 Meter Free Style: Won by Funk- ?
houaer (VF.11)Ryan (O er.) second; length ahead of Operations' Jim cooperation of all hands in this \
Orls fourth.(Oner.Time.) third 29 second;; Cook. (Fanon,"> Ryan to win the 50 meter free matter.

50 Meter Breaitttroke Won by Glo. style in 29 seconds, bettering the TAHDIfGSATlONAL
vannlnl (Fairon 6) Clark VF.ll 'n
; (
:( LIAGvIPeissonnel : :
,cond: Hall (Oper.) third; Ryan old mark of 32.5 seconds set by '
(oper.), fourth. Time 40.H8 seconds. Gene Barbush of Special Serve a: 0 1roiNi
HO Meter Backstroke: Won by Clark 'AW.l1 :2 0 .000
VF-11))! White (Oper.) aecond'SllvaSS. Uaypor& 1 0 Loa
< .) third; Clark VF-11)) fourth. ices.Pulling '
Time 40.01 nfcondi. away at the midwayjuncture N RTU ry I t 1:

house Meter( 'F Bosworthby(0( u r) Pete Giovannini of ; lapltal e Z UW
seconds: Glovannlnl (Facron 6) third; Fasron Six showed his heels to : r Communications 0 :.1.000
Carter 150 Meter(Oper.Individual) fourth. Time Medley J'M.OT.:: Won the pack in the 50 meter breast- i 4% y'N Operations 0 :.I .000
by Clark (VF-11)); Funkhouner (VF. stroke to win in 40.08 seconds. 9 AXEBIC"1f 1KAGtJI:
11) second; Cook (Fasron 6)) third: / TeasFuron 2 0 000
Clovannlnl (Fasron 6), fourth. Time Clark edged Hall for second Sir : 1.
2t5.06.: ; SKIPPER CONGRATULATES-Capt. Burnham C. MeCaffree, VC.8 1 o ].()(IO
One Meter Diving: Won by Bishop place by less than a second. commanding officer of NAS, congratulates lax Navy skeet teamon Fie 1 1 1500ps
(Fasron 6)j I McNamara (Oper.) ec- New Record In Backstroke the fine efforts In recent area and regional meets. The .trophy on 1Oe' :
11 find) ;fourth.SUva S.S.- ) third; Schmidt (VF- Clark scored his first victoryby Is for runner-up honors la the five-man team competition at Tyn- v 1 i .)
:JOG Meter Relay: Won by Opera. dal AFB Invitational Left to right are, Gene Varner, Chuck VP.18 8 e .000
(lone (White, Caiter. Vanderbeck. Hoi- copping the 50 meter back- Meyer, Comdr. Tony Trnsso (team captain), Joe Hayman, Jo* VF.4 e D ,000
VF-11, :.I
worth): Fanron Six, second; stroke in record time of 40.01 .000
third. Time 21701. Black, Captain MeCaffree and )ten Pendergras. VI'.U 0 2 .000




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u for the station'
lection periods
Items offering for sale articles
of property such as washing; ., group are Mondays and Tuesdays
the second week.
machines, automobiles, furniture, following
of each month.
radios, clothing and the like are ly payday
New contracts and identification
prohibited by Defense Department k ...
cards will be delivered to
regulations T:hls I column, will,
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members aboard the station
however list such! services as available .
when received but will be
none
) housing, rides wanted and
delivered before the effective
lost and found articles or similar
notices. date of the contracts.
) K
Non Profit

0 FOR RENT Kc "L1 Members are' reminded ,that

Finn. 4 t m. apt., avail. 15 June, 41 they can transfer their coverage
$75' mo., 3873 Herschel. Ph. into anqther group if desired, or
2-2838: ,)Ira. Cay can convert to individual insurance -

Turn 3 rm. apt., 2714 L'ydla: St. if a group plan is not available -

Ph: 2-9550. Mrs: Weeks. in their 'new locality ,
1"urn',2 rm apt. 'In private home, The Blue Cross-Blue Shield
.- '. $12.50 wk. Ph. 2.7216, Mrs. EARN SERVICE PINS-Awards for five and ten years federat'service here were presentedto plan is in the nature of a non'
LeGrand. 41 employees of Public Works department. Representative' of the number to receive pins is this sand
group of 10-year men who 'received their awards from Comdr. Richard Mann, Public Works officer, profit cooperative, last year
Furn. 2 rm. apt., 316 W, Union; in ceremonies last Tuesday Front row, (left to right), are Drew Waters Johnnie Yandley, James 85% of. receipts were paid backto
Ph. 6.1951, Mr Saucer' Clark, Clarence Porter; Ernest' New err. Bark row, Ed Shackleford Frederick TJnderwood, Joseph members in the form ot'hospital -
Fuin.. 2 bdrm. garage apt., $50 Mote, Comdr. Mann, George ,,Smith,, Russell Tyson, and Wilbur Mills. surgical and obstetrical.
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Mrs. Hall. 41 ,Public Works BLOOD BANK Additional information regard..
Fuin. 2 bditn: house,' $65 mo. Ph
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ing, the plan can obtained
: 98.4158, Mr. Hedgepeth. Employees Given BOX SCORE. from Shop Personnel,Supervisors,
Unfurn. riverfront' cottage, $85 Personnel Offices or, Employee
: m'o.:,3212 Lakeshore Blvd Ph. No. Quota' Per- (ly Arm.JLF'.rc.* fr.n Strvlc) Relations 907 Extension
2-0184, Mrs Potter; Service Awards* Sth. Met centecil & The Armed Forces are really '420.How.s, Building

Furn. garage ,apt., 2584 College. Field 1 1$. r 36, 240.0 I Belting' the play from the movies .
Ph. 7-5108, after 5 P.M. Forty-one employees of the Marine Bks. 3 5 166.6 these days. Columbia'alone has

Furn. 6'r house. ,$85.'mo., 4425 Public Works ,department, received NATTCenter'- '190'':303' 1594 ."From Her$ to Eternity"* (pre. 'and Why

',: ",, Hiawatha, apply 2820 ,Harvard, length of service .emblems last Spec Servo 4. JJ '150.0. Pearl; 'Harbor ,Army) !:"Miss Sadie
',': Mis. Mobley.. week. Operationsi4 14 100.0 Thompson" (Marines and Rita (Continued from Pare 1)

Furn.: 3 rm. apt, 112 E. Ashley. Comdr. Richard L. Mann, Pub. FJa. Mil. Dist. 5 5 100.0 Hay worth), "China Venture" (Na. wooden wheels and" tailhook
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Ph. 4.5676 Mr. Stradtman. lie Works officer, ,awarded 10- Medical 2 2 100.0 vy-Marine task force), and "Sky which move up and down, and
Furn. 2 rm apt., 2967 Selma St. year: pins in ceremonies Tuesday IRD 1 1 100.0 Commando" (Air Force photo- showing just'what' happens when
Ph. 2-6480, Mrs.. Nell. morning.. Lt. Alan C. Gault; main. Dental 1 1 100.0 recon) in the works. Lest we each of the switches relays

Fu n. 2 rm.. eff, apt.. 3909 Boone tenance superintendent of PubliC Public Wks*. 25 21 84.0 ___ forget, "The: are moved. '
.Patk. Ph., 2.1852, Mrs. Phillips. Works, presented 5-'year pins Grn. Cv. Spgs 30 20 66.6 u ,I Caine Mutiny"Is I .

S ,bdrm.. house, $80 mo., 4526 to 12 employees.Monday. Communications 3 .,2 66,6 also under The new training device Iii
.' Blount St. Apply at 4421 Ortega Employees with 10 years of Security 5 3 60.0 way at the: Co. technically[ called "a mock-Up

"x Farm Circle, Ph. Ext. 408, service at NAS Jax, include: Willie NARTU.7'( 57.1 lumbia plantand I panel of the Flasher Coder
Chief Alcorn. Carswell,- James Clark, Ar- O & R $0 50 55.5, a 23yearold Unit." The unit is designed to

Furn apt.. 2148 Rosselle. Ph. 7- thur Davis,George Faircloth Jr., Reserve: Fleet 75 39 52.0 i ex-corporal provide two separate flashing sequences -
5461 Mrs, Emery. Julius Finney, Jeffy Googe, Lofl-' Sup. & Fiscal :26 11 42.3 has been selected of an aircraft's exterior
Furn. rn1., 3227 Plum St. Ph. ie Hammock Robert Howell, Joe 'FAW-l1' 43 15 34.6 to play the lights. One sequence is the normal

2.8176, Mrs. Caldwell. W. Ivey, John Jenkins, Levi ComFairJax 128 34 27.3 S. fat part of Ensign flashing of the position

.. Furn. 3 rm. apt, Murray Hill. Ph Johnson, Paul' Longstreet, Paul Naval Hosp. 16 '0 0.0 ..,,>-r. "" ',_ 'i,I Willie lights. The other flashing sequence -
8-1760, Miss Ballentlne.Fnm Madsin, Wilbur Mills Russin AIM 5 0 0.0 Keith Robert enables the pilot upon
3 rm. cottage, $33 mo., Air., Moore Sr:, Joseph Mote, Ernest Engineers 14 0 0.0 Phyllis Kirk FraitcU.- the selection in the cockpit to flash
base Trailer Park Ph. 2.5410, Newberg Johnnie Pandley, Clarence Admin. 5 0 0.0 corporal in question-is just fresh Morse Code signals with the
out of the Army Ft. Ben-
Mrs. Schulz.
Porter Sr., Henry Rice, Edward fuselage lights. This can be done
Furn. 4 ning \\u a good all-soldier musical
2315
: rm. apt., College Ph Roberts, Ed Shackleford, manually or automatically.The .
7-8215, Mrs Robins. Cicero Sheffield George Smith, Robinson Named shaping up with hillbillylst device was constructed
i 'urn.. 2 tin apt., $40 mo., 8536 Russell Pison Frederick Under- Faron Young Dwight Malcolm, chiefly through the ingenuity of
Matera Ave Ph. 112.8.3244 Rill Caddy Rill_ Black and 'The
wood, Drew Waters! Morris Wil- PO-of-the-Week three instructors at the school:
Mrs. Sadler, llama, John Woodrum. Circle-A Wranglers. Speakingof George H. Curlin, AEC, who has
4 Furn. elf apts, Kingsbury\ at soldier-shows Warner Bros: served two years at NATTCenter -
Lennox. Ph. 2.0363 for appoint- Those who earned 5-year pins At NATTCenterThi Phyllis Kirk who is not a soldier ; Richard L. Conn, AEC, one
ment, Mr. Holloway. were: William S. Barnett Jr., but who works like one, in in at NATTCenter and DavidE.
Furn 4 rm,. apt., :204! River Blvd. Jack Bishop, James' Cooper, ( 'It the seventh In a new town recruiting a group of celeb. year. Davisson AEC, two; years at

\ Orange Pk. Ph. 112-8-4801, Mrs. Francis Fulton Clyde Hepline, Petty-Offtcer-of-the-Week series titles to put on a show down at the Center.
I Johnson. Paris Howard, Frederick Hub- at the Naval Air Technical Ft. Dix. 1 .

I Furn I 5 rm.'apt., 2657 Gale Court, bard, John Johnson, Johnnie Training' Center, ) This is one of many training
$60 mo., Mrs.. Frazer. King, Wilder Long, Herbert
devices which
have been
Thomas Jr., and William Wher- The skies of both the South Pa. constructed -
FOR SALET rell. cific and Europe and, known to at the schools. During

rm. house,. 4558 Timuquana.. Ph. James Robinson, AD1, ciew boss t e a recent military and administration I
8-1754, M... Ludwignsen.T in aircraft maintenance of NATT- inspection of the Training "
rm house, 4688 Timuquana Rd., (".nt.r Training Facilities Center the Electricians
FHA finance $1,300. Ph. 423, I school was commended by offi !
During World
War II, Robin- -
Rmaell.Unfurn. cers from the staff of Commander -
Sbdrm house Lakeshore son served on Naval Air Technical Train- t
Island and
Owl
Terrace 4780 Beverly Circle, ing, Memphis, for the develop-
Mrs. J. B. Jernigan. the ,Admiralty ment of this training device.
-' SALTY HUMOR FROM
Islands in the
bdrm. house, $7,650. Ph. Ext.
8555 or'8-4855 Chief Daily HERE AND THERE Pacific and later

e .. S bdrm. house 4363 Da Vinci, Ve"- An imperious and ageing movie with ,Navy
netla. Ph. ..88.9091.Mrs; Roth.. 0ccUpa-
star viewed the rushes of a day's ItMOVIES
House trailer, 28 ft. $2,395. Ph. I work In the studio, and complainedto tlon Forces operating -
Kxt. 8345 Henderson. out of 1
the boss cameraman, "You are
2 bdrm. house, 5271 Robinson London to Germany -
Camille Ph. not photographing my best aide." MAINSIDE
88-7827 Lt. (jg) Westergren "How can I?" snapped Shamroy. France and Spain. Thurs, June 11

MISCKLlw\NEOUS; "You're always sitting on It." Robinson joined the Navy in Farmer Takes A Wife ....... ..
Hide anted for 2 riders to Philadelphia 1942 and spent most of his timeIn 1r --. n ,_..._ ...Betty Grable
June-16. Ph. Naval, Hospital A young lady and a gentlemanhad the Pacific theater of opera- Frl., June 12

Ext. 13, Mr Cukuck. been "keeping company," tions. At war's end he was assigned Sea Devils ... ._ Yvonne DeCarla.
Three riders wanted to Miami June i but had broken off. The young to VR-24 with headquarters Sat., June 13

12, leave Friday return Mon lady, it seems, was sharp of ton. In London. The squadron several The Last Posse _..........._ ........ ._
,day. Ph. Ext. 8564, Jerry Short gue and had also a vindictive times flew the late Admiral For. ..--.... Broderick Crawford
prior to 1600. nature. One day, it chanced, both rest Sherman on hlr trips around NATTCENTER '

Riders wanted from Murray Hill, were invited to the same social Europe. ; Thurs., June 11
0730 to 1600. Ph. 2-0525, Mrs. affair. The hostess, not realizingthe It was In London that he met I1 Below The Sahara...Native Cast

Spann. situation proceeded to intro- an Irish colleen by the name of : Fri., June 12 ,

Riders wanted to New Jersey June duce the two. Maureen who is now Mrg. Robin. : Farmer Takes A Wife _.. ... i
%8. Ph. 88.8231, Wolniewiez. "I'm sorry," said the young son. In February, 1550 he came : .-..__-._Betty Grable :
Will baby sit. day or evening 1775 lady to the man in her most pun. to Carrier Air Group One at Jax -- .- t Sat., June 13 :1

Hamilton. Ph. 8.4956; Mrs Ad- hive voice, "but I didn't get your and in September 1951, to Naval BAG Is OF BEAUTY-In the Sea Devils .... Yvonne DeCarld ,
Air Technical Training I Center bag lovely Maxine Reeves
die name. recently voted "the gal that NAVAL HOSPITAL I
Baby sitting, 2316 Daview Ave. "I realize that full well," re- where he is In charge of a check Navy men would love to find Thurs., June 11 i

Ph. 8.3183, Mrs Haynes plied the young man, "but it crew. In their seabag." The pretty Stalag 17 ____William }fold en

Paby sitting, evenings 2309 Cot.J certainly wasn't from lack of try His home la in Kansas City, Hollywood Station KIIJ's model"Queen appears For on ADay FrI., June 12 I

ge. Ph. 7-4924, Miss Anchors. ing." Kansas. Program. Below The Sahara,. Native Cast f I

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