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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1953
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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First Unit Mosquito Makes I fBucldies' Help! d fS-rike It Rich' I .I



Survey In CubaA ____o___ __ -0
The crippled son of a Navy HUT BOBBY didn't realize ured that Bobby and his dad i

four-man team from Pre chief petty officer, his dad'f that his dad, Chief Petty Officer could use a boost. They got to.

ventive Medicine Unit No. 1 shipmates, and.a. nationally Otis L. DeWoody, Instructor at gether and wrote a letter to the
here returned this week from known television program play
Aviation Ground "Strike It Rich" nar
NATTCenter's program
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where ed parts in heartwarming drama
they initiated the first surveyof here last week. Officer's School, and mother rating the lives of Bobby and

mosquitoes and other in- Little four year-old Robert were having pretty tough sled his dad. "Sta'ike it Rich" replied
sects in the history of the coun DeWoody has been encumberedsince ding with the cost of living, that if the two of them could

try.The birth with weekly trips to braces and crutches, and raising find their ways to New York,
survey was ordered by the hospital leg braces, and his brother Wesley, aged 9, they would have a chance to
the Sixth Naval District on crutches to aid in his recovery Nor did he realize that he was help with those braces and other

request of the Bureau of Med from a spinal injury. Normally soon to have another brotheror family problems

icine and Surgery, followingthe he's a healthy little guy, and ( sister) in the near future TO FINISH a good job the
outbreak of equine encephalitis normally he doesn't let his However there were some students, officer and enlisted A a

in Cuba, According to handicaps worry him too much people, at AGO school, who fig- (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4))
Comdr. Kenneth Knight, offt W

cer.in.charge of the unit here,
specimens have been brought I ; .vYJil

back to NAS Jax where the C

primary job of identificationwill xj..jwVOL11 I
be accomplis ed. According lJ
to Dr. Knight, it will .
take a year to complete this [ [ ]
first step. w '

Accompanying i Comdr I No. 14 U. S. N. A S. Jacksonville Flo._ 16 July 1953 aka,

Knight on the survey trip were -- -

Chief Robert Cheatwood; Ho. _. .. ,' ,. ,
vw V "" "" "" >w.
mer Ballard, I1M, and Charles Capt. Early
GRATEFUL FOR HELP-
Beckman, 1IM2.Credit .
Robert DeWoody, aged 4, and
---- .- _. ..- Leaves NAS dad Chief Otis DeWoody take
time out to thank dad's bud-
Union :. dies at AGO School for making
$.,yV e. MedicalPost It possible to appear on the
"Strike It Rich" TV program
In New York. They hope some
Asks 1
Weekly Warren K
Capt. Klein yesterday day Robert will shed hh!
assumed duties as: Senior braces, worn for a spinal Inju
ry shortly after birth.Former .
Depositing Medical Officer of the Naval Air -- --

I Station, relieving Capt. Julius
Members of the Jax Navy
1 C Early who will attend the Na Jax
Credit Union will find that its a
simple procedure to make regular ] val War Collegein Newport, I


The deposits Credit to Union their accounts.office in r.. R.I.Th(' new Senior Medical Officer Man WinsEssay

Building 40 will now be open who also has additional dutyon i
four days a week Depositors can the staff of Commander Fleet
transact business Wednesdays, Air Jacksonville and Commandor -
Thursdays, or Fridays from 1330 I i NEW Q MF.JCALJ OFFICER: :;.-Julius C. Early,' (left;))"sen-' Naval l Air Bases Sixth Na Contest j i
I
until 1730 or on Saturdays from lor medical officer of the Naval Air Station since June 1950 holds val District, has just "moved IJ
0800 to 1200. :I his first official confab with Ms successor Capt. Warren Klein, across the street". Captain Klein An enlisted man, formerly of
reporting from NATTCenter hUff Captain Early leaves for has been Senior Medical Officer
For the convenience of those j I i the Naval War College, Newport, It. I. at NATTCenter since October of\ this station has been announced 1 M;
who cannot get to the Credit as first> place winner In the recently fI
Union office, 24 collectors have I| Top World War II Navy Ace last year. concluded Character Guidance \
been appointed throughout the Here Three' YearsIn I Kssay; Contest, conducted by ,
various station departments the three years Captain Ihe Sixth Naval District. I

Capt. McCampbell Takes Early: has headed the Station In- I James R. Relsh, formerly a
Al the Overhaul and Repair I I firmary, he has been in charge Radioman Second Class at NAS

department, Mary E. Dunbar of the Armed Forces Blood Communications, wan awarded a
Dorothy W. Leonard, Mary wea.1'Over Center CommandCapt. Donor Center, maintaining quo I $100 Savings Bond for his essay,
ver, William P. Johnson, John tas of more than 750 pints per "Ale You Living a Lie,"
J. Weaver, William O. Burton, i week during the blood shortage I Reish, who was released from
Earl C. Clevenger, H. S Royal, David McCampbell, foi cf.-" crisis! following the Korean fight active duty last December, Is nowa

Krvin: L. Storey, Louis G. Davis, I the Navy's top fighter-plane In addition to the CongressionalMedal ing, The donations were made by I resident/ off Hamburg, New York
Frank Baker and Anthony F'I ace during WorldVar II, will military -and civilian personnel, Ills'prize. a special commendation
of Honor, Captain
command of Naval l McCamp-
authorized I assume who are still supplying about from
Fragale are to accept Rear A dm. H H. McLean,
Air Technical Training Cen bell wears the Navy Cross, Legion
600 week.
pints
loan per
deposits, applications, applications Commandant of the Sixth Naval
ter Jax 'Monday, July 20, suc- of Merit, Silver'StAr, Distinguished
for new membershipand As a flight surgeon and naval District, and congratulations have
handle other problems for ceeding Capt. Edwin R. Peck Flying Cross' with two gold stars, aviator, Captain Early is recognized been forwarded to him.IfrUh's .
The new Center commanding officer Air Medal with Gold star and
O & R personnel. as an authority in aviation .
who will conduct his first (Please Turn to 8 Col. i
5))
Other department collectors Page medicine and human engineering also received hon.
personnel inspection Saturday, .. _._. _. f'IttmY
are Bertha Mehlman and Virgil hhh' } ., in aircraft design, as well as orable mention In the Morals .'I.
July 25, will be honored at a reception I IT'
Hilliard, Supply; C. Jenkins and I at the Officers Club Wed- .W I pilot escape devices in aircraft 'say Contest sponsored by the Naval -

Jeanette Riley, Public Works; nesday July 22. ;. t I emergencies Air Station last fall. The two-
Ann Wilson and II. Harrison, "' .\1- 1 1 To Attend NWC months competition here was followed

Hospital; Susan Oehler, Indus'I HOI.DEK OF the Congressional '6.1.;" I Under his direction, important by the Sixth Naval District
trial Relations J. Phillips Cecil 1 Content, with all and Mar.
; Medal of Honor, Captain MtCamp training in aircraft has been Navy
Field; Robert B. Robertson, Fuel bell has distinguished himself durIng x conducted at the Infirmary 'ins Corps personnel stationed
Depot L. H. Peters, Mayport, within the District to
; his naval career with excel F where naval aviators and crew eligible com-
and W. Rambo and W. H. Har- lent leadership. As a fighter plane men undergo compuLsoray periodic pete.
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3)) pilot, and air group commander: "check-outs" in the physiological -, Essays were to be from 300 to
aspects of flight. I 500 words on any subject In the
during World War II he was credited
Dependent with 34 enemy aircraft While Infirmary cases are entirely I (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2))

"kills," tops for Navy pilots.As (> of an emergency nature
Passes May Commander of Air Group' 15 with short term and minor WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday
m'j
in combat against the enemy Jap- nesses and injuries, plus and Saturday Partly
Be RenewedMilitary anese during the battles of the '.. ., ment of civilian employees so as cloudy and hot. Maximum temperature
dependent passesare Philippine Sea, "Captain Mc : '7JJ to return them to their duties in mid 90's.SundayPartly .
now available and may be Campbell in the face of terrific ,,/ <":,.,>{4.jJI without loss of time, comprising j' cloudy and

renewed at the Pass and Iden- odds, led his fighter group against CAPT. McCAMPBELL the greater part of the work, an hot. Maximum temperature in
tification Office, Building' D. 80 Japanese carrier-based planes I 1 I new NATTCenter commanding.1 average of 12,000 patients are I+ mid 90's, widely scattered after- .
on June 19 1944. His I (Please Turn to S Col. 5))
The new passes are being pro group completely officer. Pate noon thundershowers.
... .. .
t routed and annihilated --- --- --- -- --------- -- -- --- -- -
cessed Monday through Friday I -- ---------
from 0730 to 2100, and on Sat the enemy. He personally accounted -'
urday from 0800 to 1600. for seven planes shot 'I New Jax USO Now Located On Monroe Street I I

Forms for the renewal of down.
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.
these passes, which may be Service personnel! in the ly air conditioned clubrooms decorated with modern lounge
"AGAIN
obtained at the Yard Office, DURINU a major fleet Jax invited to
area are enjoy furniture
including a room for chess
engagement&: on Oct. 24, Captain ,
should be made out prior to
the new, modern facilities of Over 100 Jackson
young
McCampbell then commander, as- snack bar, showers, ironing
picking up new passes. Officers the USO Club now located directly ville belles act as Junior
sisted by one plane, interceptedand boards and other convenient
and enlisted personnel are behind the Roosevelt Hostesses at the Club, whichis
permitted to bring their dependents' daringly attacked a formation Hotel at 37 West Monroe equipment. scheduled for formal dedication
of 60 land-based
craft, shot downnin4
) old passes for renewal Street. A soundproof televisionroom sometime In Septem
enemy planes, completely disorganizing -
the The facility offer complete- ha also been added, and ber.Jax .
enemy attacking



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NEWS
Two JAX AIR
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Seek To Make Sure

K f\Wtot s Checks Arrive; In

( Case Of DO's Death

Navy I I In order to insure that the deathof t 1 "+
onvllle rubltuhed, Fla. emy Tnjr.day tor .cll>ltle at Naval Air Station, Jack a disbursing officer won't hold > i #, 4 1 '

NAS J.ck...TllI. mailing of allotment and te-
Capt. Burnham C. MeCaffre .. .. 0... . .. ......... ..Commanding' : Officer up hundredsof
Comdr. Jamci 1L Armflronc ..I.Executhe Ufdter: tlrement pay checks to
Pleat Air JarUoBtill people a proposed bill was sent
Hear Adm. Osborne B Ilardlscn l I
Capt. Howard. V. Hopkins .. of Staff to the Senate Armed Services ---I I I _
fleet Air \\181\ Kle'eaComdr. Committee permitting a deputyDO _
: .......... ... .. ... ...................Commander I the wr :
Joseph ?.Thornton .Chief; SUt Officer to continue payment in
Natal Air Technical mining Center I DO's. name up until the last day _
Capt. Edwin R. Perk .... ..Commanding Officer "t _
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart .....,Executive Ortll'frl of the second month following the ar n
Natal IlenpitnlCapt. DO's death or removal from office.
Kdwaid' S. Lowe ..Commanding Officer
C pt. I* A.; Newton ,?_.....? ,-?- ..,...t_.....n.m_:._ .Kxccutl\e Officer I Under the present setup, death
NAaTU of a disbursing officer might mean < ve d ;ice
Capt. Easton B. Noble Commanding Officer ,
Comdr. Anthony TIUSRO Officer that checks written, signed, and ._N"--" .....-
put In envelopes could not be RESERVES TRAIN IIERE-An advance group of Fighter
The JAX AIR NEWS i I. published weekly at the U. S. Natal Air Station mailed out. Recipients of allot. Squadron 661 alights from an R4D on the NAS flight line from B
Jacksonville. lorlda, and punted commercially with non-approprlated funds ment and allowance checks are home base at NAS Anarostia. The group prepared the way for
at no e\pense to the government and In compliance with NAVKXOS 1'-33. Rev. two-week B
undergoing a training cruise
Nov. 1 M&. Copier are dUtiibutfd fire of charge at the 1 Naval Air Station, j the usually dependent upon them, and the squadron, currently
Naval Air Technical Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Naval I with VF-672 of NAS Atlanta.
Air Station Cecil Field and the U. S. Naval Hospital.' any delay would cause an extreme --

Editor-Andrew II. Planey hardship in many cases. Atlanta 'Costia!
Avlntant Editor-Helen Harper; Sports Editor-John Chaivat. AN; Staff I BLOOD BlINK I I ,
Rt'POI'If'IIJlendf'I.on, PNSN j Mildred Mueller, SN ; CliculHllon-Dlslilbu-:
tlon-M.e. Fusco, J03'h Ian Knox, SA. 1933: We were broke so we
The JAX AIR NEWS I I. a member ct the Armed Forces Tress Service.API'S week. BOX SCORE Reserves Arrive
lived for
material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe on a hamburger a
written permission of Armed Forces 1'1'<'51 &>nlrt'. Republication of other 1953: We lived on hamburger No. Quota PerSch.
matter, except by UN x ice publications Is piohlblted without permission of
Editor: JAX AIR NEWS. for a week so we are broke Md cent For TrainingNewest
and Editorial 216.: offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 --a.Wave .- Brig 0 of 400.0

Wives Club H6; 0 3 300.0 additions to the skv-

Eyes Cecil Field 15 31 206.0 lanes over NAS Jax. ale planes'

Starts Normal Shakedown Cruise,. NATTC 190 2.28 120.0 and men of VF-672 from NAS

1 1 100.0 Atlanta and VF-661 from NAS

Ends Up In Action i.gainsiCommies Duty TourIn IRD Reserve Fleet 75 6S 86.6 Anacostia, here for a two week
week training cruise.
____u____ TokyoThere's Operations U 10 71.4 I
-- sent through the Panama Canalto Public Works 25 17 68.0 VF-672 is commanded by LA'dr.
There is no place in the Navyto
Communications 3 2 66.6 Gus N. Sernios while VF-661 isled '
San Diego, ostensibly! to train I
go but up (unless one is a exciting duty aheadfor
Services 4 2 50.0 by Lcdr. Joe Redding.
submariner) as is testified by the carrier pilots. Helen Jacquet, per sonnelntan Special
Medical 2 1 50.0 Both squadrons have undergone
chief -
promotion this month of Forrest at NATTCenter.Chief .
"That didn't last long. Next we Grn. Cv. Spg 30 14 46.6 training cruises in the pa.st.
rank of
H. Norvell, Jr., to the Jacquet will leave Jax tomorrow
o & R 9Q 33 36.6 The Atlanta has been billeted
ferrying the early jets to group
Commander.No were erroute to Tokyo, Japan
Supply & Fis 26 9 34.6 at NAS Field.
stranger to Jax or to naval Japan, all the time sweating out where she has been assigned to Saufley
i 28.5
7 2
NARTU NAAS Corry Field at Pensacola.
aviation, it was just 12 years our overhaul period after our Naval Personnel on the Joint Staff FAWN 43 9 20.9
I and their home base at NAS
ago this month that Comdr. Nor. 'shakedown.' Let me tell you of the Far East Command. She ComFairJax 128 26 20.3 Atlanta. The Anacostia-bascd
veil received the gold bar of ensign now it was the longest shakedown will be one of a small group of 5 1 20.0
I Security contingent Ijas been stationed at
and gold wings of a naval cruise in the history of the Navy.In 'Waves serving with the Armed Admin. 5 1 20.0 NAS Quonset Point, NAS Atlantic

aviator-wings he had won in Yokosuka, Japan, after unloading Forces in the Far East. Naval Hospital 16 3 18.7 City, NCAS Miami and

Jax as a naval aviation cadet 1\ jets, we were ordered to This is not the first foreign Fla Mil. Dist 5 0 0.0 NAAS Chincoteaque Va., prior

Comdr. Norvell, now Superin Kobe, picked up Marine Fighter duty for Chief Jacquet, who en AIM 5 0 0.0 to this two week training cruise.
tendent of the Special Training I Squadron 212, and the next thing listed in the Navy in :May 1943. Engineers H 0 O.Q
t I Pilots of VF-672 are pushing
School at the Naval Air Technical we knew we were in action She served 16 months at Pearl Dental 1 0 0.0
1 FG'g through Florida skies while
Training Center served in against the Communists. 1 Harbor, Hawaii, where she Assisted Marine Bks. 3 0 0.0 those of VF-661 are flying: the
both the Atlantic and Pacific dur "We were in on the Hungnam In processing ,half a million F8Fs.
speedy
ing World War II. He was on the evacuation and then scooted Navy men returning to the U. S. A Texan visiting in New York .

North Atlantic patrol operatingout around the southern tip of Korea at the end of WW II. was held up by a bandit No

of Iceland and Argentia! with',: and cracked the enemy from the I II She has also been assigned to "Give me your money or I'll Pay For Reservist

VP-84, served in the PhilippinesIn I Yellow Sea. We remained in action I NTC, San Diego, and later to blow your brains out." For Non-Military IllsA

February 1945, and Okinawain I until June 1931, nearly a'';I NATTC, Memphis, before coming) I I "Blow away. A man can live in reservist hurt Or taken ill
May 1945 with VH-4, commanding year from the time we had cas- here in March 1952 She hails from New York without brains but not while traveling "by other than

the Air Sea Rescue ually left Philadelphia for a routine Canton, Ohio. I I without money." government vehicle or air-

Squadron. shakedown." craft" is not eligible] for active
I
I Comdr. Norvell was relieved of duty pay during the time of

Later came duty on the Bataan, where he his disability.
duty at the I served as Navigator, .December According to the General

Phil i adelphia 30, 1951, after 22 months. He attended Accounting Office, there is no

Navy Yard, the the Line School at Monterey reason why he should be, since

recommission.ing Calif., for a year, prior to such hazards as he incurs are
of the t n reporting to NATTCenler in January not due to the nature of the

light carrierU 1953.Over I military duty at the end of
S S Balaan. 1 { ,p the road but are ordinary haz-

"That duty sent 300 Ex-Servicemen : ards such as the general public

me more than ___ encounters. There is a pend
a mm. '
I II
I In Annapolis Class 57
half way across ing bill to extend benefits to
Comdr. Nortell The Class of 1957-approximately -
I
the world I I members injured, killed or taken -
Comdr. Norvell recalled 1,000 young men, including ill while traveling to or

"We had left the Navy Yard at j I more than 300 ex-servicemen from training or active duty.
I -entered the Naval Academy at ..
for shakedown
Philadelphia cruise to Cuba. Then a the Korean j Annapolis. After the induction '
I week, the new fourth-class men
conflict broke out and we were
I .. 1t.t
-- or "plebes" are fitted out and '
I will begin an extensive Summer .:

(DIVINE s training program, designed to .. -, oJ
bridge the gap between civilian SHOTS Helen Jacquet, personnelman chief at Naval MAIXSIDEThurg.
life or previous military status \ Air Technical Training Center, Is given her final overseas Inoculations ., July 16
SERVICESProtestant and the new life as midshipmenat prior t. leaving for duty with the Joint staff of the Far Main Street
East Command. Providing the parting shots are Harford Crockett,
the Naval Academy.The IIMC, (right) and Donald Cheek, DM%. To Broadway....... All Star Cast

Fri., July 17

0830-All Saints Chapel. II MEMBERSHIP IN BLOOD CLUBS STILL RISINGron On the Riviera .._.... Danny Kill'
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel Sat,'July U

0930-Sunday School. Plunder of the Sun ..... ,Glenn Ford

1045-A11 Saints Chapel. Jax Gallon Club now 9.Herschel. Earl A. Naboi-n, ME3, Sub NATTCENTER

Catholic has a total membership of 19, J. Bonnett SK3, Group Three, Green Cove Thunder Bay _James Stewart

Sunday-0830; 1000 Mass, St. with Charles W. Ebersole, Cecil Field Supply. Springs. Fit, July 17

Edward's Chapel. AMC, ,of Fasron 9 becomingthe Jack Bright, AT3, Fasron 6. Raymond K. Reinhardt, 0 & Main Street .
Saturday0800Mass.Daily0630Mass 19th donor. Nicholas E. Carson, AM3, R. To Broadway?.?.. All Star Cast

Sixteen new members were Fasron ..6.AnthollY. Nancy H, Sabin, IRD. Sat., July IS
Sunday-Mass at Hospital Cha- added to the Halt Gallon J. Dallavia O & R. Fernie E. Selby, 0 & R. Onu, the RivieraDanny Kaye

pel, 1645. ..* Club bringing the total mem Richard' R. Glenn AN, Fas Clarence E. Vaughn, SK3, NAVAL HOSPITAL

... Mormon. bership to 546. ron 109. Supply. Thurs., July 1C
f. New half-fallon members Wilda F. Kinctid, SA, Com Wallace Wade, Public Call Me Mister _._.. Betty Cubic
930TuesdayNATTC Chaplain include: munications. Works. Frl, July 17

's office.Christian Phillip V. Arabia, AN, Fas- Donald E. Miller, SN, Sub Lt. James Woods, Sub Thunder Bay ?...... James Stewart

Science ron 9.Robert. Group Two, Green. Cove Group Two, Green Cove Sat, July IS
IfOO-Tuesday NATTC Chap- A. Biller, AT3, Faa Springs Springs Main StreetTo

Iain's office Broadway....... AH Star C* tPage

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16 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Throe



I Deep Suntan Not Necessarily Sign Of Health; 01' Sol Could Spell Plenty Of Trouble I ;g I


Misguided sun lovers every a flaky, colorless substance in flames Risking overexposurecan drugs should stay away from above precautions and turned I \

where who still cling to the the top layer of the skin. When further cause sunstroke the beach. .* lobster pink, drop In at the I )

theory that a summer tan is heat irritates the skin, more sun poisoning,, nerve damageand 4, S S corner drug store and purchase

not only beautiful, but healthy, Keratin is produced It thickensand in rarer instances, akin All of which might encourage home antihistamine ointment.It .

are in for a rude awakening. hardens, much like a cal- cancer. A fatal kidney ailmentIs the most ardent sunbather will' remove the burn, and

People with deep tans do lous, to provide greater protection also very possible. to stay home But, if a prevent 35% of the blisters. In

look healthy, and think they against the sun Since sunburn is caused- by the event of a severe sunburn,
used
is ,
little common sense
feel good, but a summer tandoesn't S SNow an invisible portion of the sun's you should see a physician.
you can suntan without serious A final word. Sunburn isn't
I Indicate i how much
necessarily sun you can rays-the long and short waves
good health. On the contrarythe take depends on the amount of consequences. exactly I kind to age for too

acquiring of a suntan, unless Keratin produced, not on yourcoating of ultraviolet radiation even First, take your initial runnings much sun dries the skin, creating \
trees and beach unbrellas in small doses, along with ,
you're mighty careful, can of tan. The sunbather wrinkles before they are t '
be dangerous. This applies not who stays under the sun too aren't sure fire protection suntan oil or lotion. A thick, r.

only to the novice sunbather, long risks not permitting the Expectant mothers are warn. gooey ointment is the best. due, and people may think

but to those already possessingthe coating of Keratin to harden ed they are more susceptibleto Remember never to look directly you're 46 when you're only 32.

golden coat sufficiently, and he's the guy 01'gal sunburn after the second into the S\ln-because the The morale of this story:

S S who turns pink. month of pregnancy. Anyonewho rays can burn holes in the Never be ashamed that you ',

You tree, the body's protection Sunburn can bo just as serious << Is ill, or who has taken retina of the eye have no deep suntan. You'll 1

against sunburn is Keratin as any bum caused by sleeping pills, aspirins or sulfa Now if you've ignored the probably live longer. '

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SATURDAY Petty Officers'DANCEThe Topside OneTime Member Of Britain's ATS "



Club Saturday will, August hold a 8,benefit in the dance club- Now Wears Garb Of Women Marines

rooms, it has been announced.Door .
]It's rather unlike the old
21inchtelevlsion .
prizes include a
days. "Orders to Tokyo", exclaimed
set, automatic shotgun,
That's what Woman Marine Helen Jacquet, PNC, NATTC, (in
and other Hems.Admission .
Joan Beaver might say amazement when she was in
Is 25 cents a person. w
if she compared her present] formed of her new destination.It .
Proceeds will be used to help defray
duties here with her service : w ic. : was a complete surprise to
club I
expenses. in the British Auxiliary Ter- learn she had received orders to
Petty officers from the Fleet, .
ritorial Service during: the the Far East. She is thrilled with
Squadrons, :Malnside and Naval
war her new assignment and is eager-
Air Technical Training Centerare f.
eligible for membership in the Miss Beaver: an Englishwomanwho ly looking forward to her new

is now a student in Airman tour of duty in Tokyo.
club. All are invited to the dance,
whether members or not. School atNATTCcnter, spent 3Vi Another member<< leaving our <

--S.. .- years in the.ATS working with radar midst is Agnes Hard, SKI, of

and anti-aircraft gun crews r vs 1I. wyt. Commissary who received ordersto

Station BankObserving during World War II. Her Job was I. 1R Receiving Station, Boston. '

spotting approaching planes on R Louise Downing;, SN, NAS 1.

radar screens and then helping to was transferred to Patuxent

line up the anti-aircraft gunsighta River, Md. Barbara BrUter,
AKAN NAS is in Separation
on them. ,
10th BirthdayA awaiting discharge. Pauline: I I !
She.left England fur the United a
Zimath, SKSA and Myrna TOP-UM TOTEM POLE -
State In 1947, and hat '
decade of continuous serviceto traveled around the Palsola, DK3, from NATTC Since all braves in great tepee 1
over country
of Fasron Six: pull together
and civilian are now civilians.
military }personnel '
qultta bit since arriving. "The heap big squadron DOW
here is the record the Na people I thought! were friendliest ir' Nadyne Long, AKAN, from on tep um ContAJrLant totem

val Air Station Facility Officeof In Went Virginia, but 1 liked the Supply and Richard RutheifordAO3 pole for education. Heap smart.
the Barnett National Bank is VP-18 were married July Other tribes In ComFalrJar:
state of California be t. She
celebrating this month. 2 at All Saints' Chapel. climb heap hard, right behind -
lived In North Devon, on the I Fasron Six: Translated,
William II. Barnett, executive southwest roast near Plymouth, Ethel Kelly, SN. Special Serv- means simply, that Vision Six

vicc.president of the Barnett Na In England IIER SECOND SERVICEFor ices and Robert J. Schmelz, AC2, is resting atop the ComAlr- .

tional Bank, which is in charge of Englishwoman Marine I of GCA were married July 11 in Lant totem pole for education,
1 Here just out of boot camp at as a result of a well planned
the facility here, joins manager Joan Beaver (right) shown Livingston, Ga.
Parris Island, she explained that sustaining program.
ANP classroomwith this week from
Edward O. Clements in express leaving an In the hospital i L
she picked the WM's because a Wave classmate, this is
NATTC Pat Wright and June
are
ing thanks to each of these pat "Marines: seem to have a good the second women's military Vets Should Have
rons, military personnel and civilians organiration: she has Joined, Pace. From NAS are Dorothy .
matter where
for the splendid coopera- reputation no you and the second flag she has Manfredi, Bonnie Stebbins, Jean
live, whether they're British Mar- served under Now Woman
a Maas and Peggly Piersky.
tion the staff has received during Exams
ines or American Marines. It was Marine, she served with the Physical
the past 10 years of opera- just a natural choice" British ATS during World War First Group Of Marines I

tion. JL '
Big Year In '53 And what does she think of To Be Out By July 21 After ,DischargeEvery
American men as compared to West Coast Reserve
Located in its original quarters The separation company at the"
the Bank has been enlarged those in England! American men Medics To ConveneA Marine Recruit Depot, San Die- veteran who is now being'

three times. Figures reveal that she believes are a little more ver- two-week course in Field I go; Calif., cleared the first groupof discharged should secure, at his

in 1953 the Bank opened 25,000new satile, and a lot easier to get Medicine for inactive Medical Department Marine dischargees on July 2. own expense, one, and In many

accounts and accepted 53-! acquainted with. But other than Reserve officers of the At first, about 600 Leatherneckswill cases two complete, thorough and
that, there isn't much difference,
900 deposits. In addition, the 11th, 12th, and 13th Naval Districts be released monthly.
she said.OldTimers'. detailed I physical examinational
staff handled 512,397 checks and will convene at the Marine By January the number Is ex-
.
from a competent physician dur-
24,574 "E" Bonds, and in all Barracks, Camp Pendleton, Ocean- pected to reach a peak of 2,500 a
ing the first twelve months after
served 196,878 customers during End side, Cal., Aug. 17. month. his discharge.

fiscal 1953.Twelve .
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The first examination should b*
paydays a month on Tour Of
Duty secured within two or three day
the Station make for a lot of .
after his return. It is found thatKorean
business, remarked Clements.
At AO SchoolFour veterans, many times, are
The Bank processes an averageof
w "LL denying at the.time of their discharge
1,000 checks daily that come I
ordnancemen and a yeo- examination any physical
in from other banks and retail
man, old-timers at Aviation disability or defect of any hind,
outlets in the Jax: area.
Ordnance School of Naval Air ',,, due to their eagerness: to get back
Many ServicesThe Technical Training Center, have i home.

drafts, unit Travelers provides Cheques New York and been transferred to new duties. Also, many of these disc'harRs

money orders, and collects items They are T R. Olson, AO2, L examination are hurried! Incomplete
VF-33 at NAS ,Cecil Field .
the to ; and entirely Inadequate -
from othe banks at requestof
personnel. Small loans and A. E. Tucker, AO3, to VF-172, to reflect or portray the

car financing are not handled at NAS Jacksonville;, McMinville physical. condition of the hervicrman -

West, A01, to USS Hornet; at the
the station facility, but are referred time of his dU-
to the downtown officesof Lowell Bessette, AO3, to VP-5, / thar (I.

the Bank. and Roland Lemond, YNS, to The VA, as a matter of course,

The Bank is open for business USS Hornet. accepts discharge examinations ai

Monday through Wednesday and Bessette was captain of the > proof of the veteran's physical

Friday from 1100 to 1500, Thurs- Jax Navy rifle team during his ;' A condition when released from act

1100 to 1700 and Saturday Ordnance School tour of duty i lye duty.
from -
days ,
,. ..
'P' ,:C.' ',' ..}
from 1000 to 1200. Even though a veteran did not

In addition to Clements, the Trotter; bookkeepers Mrs. Muriel HOLD KB STEADY Royal were In the target during receive treatment while on active
rifle at Echokotce
practice Camp Boy Scout Troop Ml of
staff Includes his assistant, head Cook, Mrs. Jean Stegall, Mrs. the Naval Air StaUon spent last week. Eyeing the target hopeful duty for( certain diseases, these

\ teller Reginald A. Yordan; ex- Joan Bell, Mrs. Charlotte New- for. bulls eye are (left to right) scoutmaster Ensign John Bell may be held as due to service it

change teller Mrs. Irene Moore; man and Mrs. Alice Pugh; proof and two members of the troop, Harold Looney and Warner they can be proven to' have
Mrs. clerk Mrs. Marilyn Schaffer and Looney. During the troop's stay at the camp, the stouts enjoyed existed within
V, tellers Mrs. Judy Richard, variovs waterfront activities the first twelvemonths
swimming, boating, archery, danc
Ruby Fuqua and Mrs. Betty stenographer Mrs. Era Nichols. log', Indian lore and hikes after his discharger


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Fasron Six VF-173, VC-62, VJ-2 Report u : x




I Scouting Jacksonville i Area SquadronsFasron kr



Six 1
that critical period by skipper ron skipper, Comdr. Frederick W. 1y
Doing an outstanding; job Jn Airframes -
Frederick'E. Woodward, ComFair- Luebke On the day of advance
department is Arthur R.
Jax, ComAirLant, and BuAir. ment' a brand new chief clothedin
Raney, AMI who has been selected -
lie is a native of Kllgore, Texas. burlap sacks could be observed
by his Division officer as this
week's White-Hat-of-the-Week. Raney' resides here in Jax with Ms loitering In the area of VF-173's

wife Margaret and their' two children ordnance shack.
Before .
such a White Hat is determined
Michael' 5, and Styphen" 3. Upon return from the cruise
qualities' of leadership' ,
",skill and initiative are consideied< Four men were advanced in rate the squadron was joined' by James'
E Cherry, AOAA, from NATTC
last week after
everyone of which fits Raney to a passing the pay
?*r"4. grade E-3 exam conducted by the here; James M. Tsengas, ATAN,

Education Office New' rates wentto from Memphis, and William P. De-
s
Enlisting five months prior to laney, ATAN, also from Memphis
William '
II. Granberg, AA-AN;
WWII, he received his boot trainIng .

at San Diego' rind went lo Richard E. Stroupe, AMAA- *

Structural Mechanic' School at AMAN; Harold Deutsch, SA-SN, VC-62 u ____ _____ ___ __. __ _._____ __ ________
and'Donald L. York SA SN.
-
NRPI..r, Chicago. He transferred I
was 62 last
Composite Squadron EQUATOR INITIATION-Equator crossing initiation rites are
to NAS Corpus Christl, I The welcome mat was dusted week welcomed aboard its Tarawa being administered to Lt. (jg) Henry Halleland, Ensign How'ell

Texas In May, 1912 until April, off last week for Martin Ciider Detachment which disembarked at Averyt and Ensign B. Phillips, members of VF-22 which crossed

:3944 when he leceived' orders' to ALC, from VP.49, Bermuda' and the equator recently aboard the USS Lake Champlain. The three
Norfolk and flew to Jax. All
the USS Breton cCVE-23)) wherehe Felix J, aZ<'osa, ADI!, previously came, on the lift except' personnel Lt.Dl'Uce -. pilots are theoretically prepared for a catapult hot.

served' the remainder' of the of VF172. M. Agesen' and Lt. David E. Report From Overseas

CHGUN Joe H. Clements
war. return.
Scherrer, who returned' in the de

Han,)' reported to Fasron Six ed to the squadron from the Naval tachment's two Banshees." Some of VF-22 Ordeal

April 21, 1D52, from NAS Tiini- Hospital after a three-week illness. the men left on a wgll-earned Undergoes Pollywog ;

dad. One of the most distinguished Released to the inactive reserves' leave, and all returnees agreed' '

examples of his work here was the last week was Ltjg) Robert F. that the lights of Jax couldn't 'Cavalier Become Fighting UnitThere

and McMillen, Jr., who was with the ,
design construction of an F9F have looked' better to any detachment -

jet engine and tail stand which he squadron for, short time are, no "Pollywogs" ning, every man was qualified

and another devised' when that S SVFl's Having received' official notification among the Jacksonville men servIng for a shellback card certifyingthat
with Fighter Squadron 22
type aircraft was new' to the of his promotion to the rank he crossed the equator and

squadron and proper equipment' All hand eagerly welcomed the of Lcdr., John T. Crosby promptly aboard the USS Lake Champlain was properly initiated into the
return to Jax after" five weeks' of as a result of their meeting "KingNeptunc"
van not available. He has been' removed" his old parallel bars and shellback ranks. Regardless of

commended' for his efforts duiingIlLONDE intensive operations' at NAS Leeward brought forth a brand new set of when they crossed the how many years a man may sail

Point, Guantanamo Bay, leaves. equatbr recently. the until
gold on seas, he has crossed
Cuba. Many, in anticipation of half King Neptune, the legendarylord the he
Almost of the officers. were" equator, does not becomea
harsh looks from waiting wives of the oceans, "came aboard"the
absent last Thursday but actually shellback.
and sweethearts, shaved' off their carrier to head the initiation
they' had good reason They '
spent About
one week after the equator
ceremonies of
mustaches' and beards, of which the Pollywogs
the day at Key West Inspecting
ceremonies the "Cavaliers" of
when crossed the
they
they' were fiercely proud. equatornear
VX-1 at their' annual. Administrative Borneo. VF-22 arrived at their Pacific destination -
Four men took unofficial honors
Material Inspection on behalf' 1 t t11'hen of Yokosuka, Japan to
for their' hirsuteness' '
Albert
including
of ComFairJax. The Inspecting officers -
complete six weeks ocean travel
he left the that
L. Clark, AD2; Dean P. ship evea -
VC-62 were Comdr Noel' Ba- S S

a Campbell, AT2; James' P. Plum. I con, Lt. Russell' S. Hill, Lt. Robert ten week' course in maintenanceat Since its
mer, AM3 and .. F. Burken I departure from Jax:
{.oJ'en
A, Moon Lt. ,
William
J. Mc- Memphis. He assumes duties' in
.r YNSN. April, the squadron has traversed -
Garry, Lt. Howard N. Wegmet, Lt. as VJ-2 Maintenance Officer the full width of the Atlantic _

During the stay at Leeward Harold B. Harlow, Lt. RaymondA "Railroad tracks" appeared onth'e Ocean, the Mediterranean

zrH Point, Richard Meyers; received' his Black, Lt. William H. Sister- more Hunters' as the result of and Red the
seas, through famed
advancement to AOC amid much henm, Lt. Clayton H. Shoemaker, recent promotions. The new Lieutenants Suez Canal, the Indian' Ocean,

ceremony" conducted by the squad- Lt William V Moore, Lt "D" Williams are Randolph L. Eskew, China Sea and finally emergedinto

( Lt Kay L. Kyle", Ltjg) Eugene R. Morgan, Billie L. Study, the Pacific.

John p White, Ltjg) James M. Nathaniel B. Land and Walter T.
33 ReceiveGC First taste of liberty in the
,( f Russ and Ltjg( ) Richard J. May- Gardner, who Is now TAD to All- I
mysterious Orient came in Co ;
.,
lander. Weather' Flight School, NAS Cor-
lombo, Ceylon. t
MedalsAt With rate exams coming up pus Christi, Texas.
After proceeding on to Yoko .1
soon, most of the men have been Recent additions to the unit include -
suka, the USS Lake Champlain
CenterA cramming, and the Education Office Donald J. Baker, SN, from 1
with
the Cavaliers aboard armed
has been the USS Tarawa, and Ro-
very busy givingthe Joseph
: $.f..Nf fiN '
J : "on the line" of Korea to aug-
meritorius' record of sere qualification tests berts, ALAN, from the Receiving"
IN TilE COCKPIT- ment the power of Task Force 77.
Part of the training of Waves ice was displayed last Thursday Walter Huddleston' ADC, w ohM Station, Charleston, S. C. 1 *

attending Airman Preparatory when Comdr. Richard S. been with VC-62 for the past On the other side of the ledgeris Now well accustomed to the

School at NATTCenter Is to Stuart, acting commanding of- year and a half recently signed Ronald E. Snell' AT3, who was demands of operations in the Korean -

ret (the feel of the aircraft ficer of Naval Air Technical for another six year tour. He has dicharged, Alvin L. Davis, AL3,
they have been Glo theatre, having arrived at
studying been In the naval service' since and R. ALl
Harry Ferguson were
ria Shatalsky AA, Is climbing: Training Center, presented a one of its busiest times, the Jax
into the cockpit of a TIIM total of 33 Good Conduct Med 1940 and is with the Engineering transferred to FAWTU, NAS Key squadron helped resist the big -

prior to revving the engine. Department' of the squadron. West George' J. Plante,
liP als to 23 enlisted men of the ALAN, gest Communist push in months.

-.- Center. The awards represent LUJg.( ) Del V. Holloway reported headed North for VC-12, NAS Lt. Bill Russell, VF-22 administrative

Training Center 99 years of commendatory naval for duty last Thursday, Quonset Pt., and John S. Pino, Jr., officer, described the

service.A having just completed a 24 week I ADAN, was transferred tQ HU-2, current shipboard life when he
course at the Photo Lakehurst.
InterpretationCenter
breakdown of the awards wrote:
Tarawa Chaplains in Washington, D. C. I Ensign and Mrs. Jerome' R. Pilon
shows that 7 were first awards, "The men are working day and
the addition to their
10 second awards, 9 third, and 7 announce night with many getting little or I
Posts VJ2Ledr. household of an 8 Ib, 11 oz baby '
Exchange
fourth awards, which means a no sleep and what sleep they do
Roland W. W *t\'r returned girl, Cozette Jean, who was born
man has served at least 12 get is on the wing or in the cock-
Comdr. Milton G, Kuolt senior to the
at the Naval
squadron following Hospital
years with meritorious conduct pit of an airplane. In short, we
at Naval Air
chaplain
TechnicalTraining In addition, several men received l .'.<'*:':' :' have become a fighting unit. It

Center for the past two medals denoting service ....'.. <: >. is an inspiring thing to see, andI
:
departed' for his
years Monday new
must admit that I'm to
during World War II, including proud
duly station aboard the
USS Tarawa -
the American Defense be a part of the squadron, air
(CVA-40)).
"
Medal, World War 11 Victory group, and ship.
Chaplain Kuolt, who repotted to 4.* ,
Medal
Occupation Service in
NATTCenter' In July of 1951, was BILL TO LIBERALIZECOMBAT
Asia
China Service, and one
responsible! for ::1 ..4
of Character a large part Guidance of thauccesa e award of the United'Nations % PAY NIXED/ -

Service Medal for service in S 4u.k '5. 555i The Defense Department officially -
pJogram for servicemen
at the
Training; Center In addition he the Japanese-Korean theater. turned down a bill to liberalize -

Men receiving awards include the combat pay regula-
was very active In chinch activities
In Jacksonville and Jacksonville : Chief Petty Officers R. tions in Korea, introduced by

Bench W. Jackson, F. W. Barnett, G. Rep. James E. Van Zandt. The

L. Lancaster, E. T. Story, P. H. bill would have authorized the
His religious activities date back
Wiltsey, B. K. Farnsworth L. Secretary of Defense to label
to 1923 when he
,
was graduatedfrom
S. Fulstone, O. N. Edwards; certain zones for certain periods
the Concordia '
Seminary at First Class Petty Officers F. .
as combat zones. Then all in the
St. Louis.
From 1923 until 1940
Daugherty, P. W. Faucher, J. zones at the designated time
Kuolt
Chaplain India was a missionaryin D. Burke, C. F. Fogg, F. L. would be eligible for combat pay.

Montgomery, P Bency, C. W. DOD reportedthat going to a
He began his career in the Navyin Richadson, R. A. Bond, C. R.

1943, and has served at far- Corder, L. II. Gunter, J. A. Usi- ___ mn_ __ _n_____._. ..___...... .__ zone reward basis a recognition would be giving for unequal equal

flung places such as Midway and na and Third Class Petty Officers AWARD
CEREMONY-Comdr. Richard S. Stuart, acting commanding exposure to risk and misery. The
NAS Kaneohe, Hawaii R. J, Lemonde, II. E. Taul- officer of Naval Air Technical Training Center, congrat- report added that the bill would -

He will exchange posts with man, J. L., Horton, R. J. Hop- uates R. W Jackson, AMC, upon his being awarded his first, sec give combat to win
ond, third and fourth Good Conduct Medals. Good Conduct, pay many
Comdr. Volbeda of the Tarawa kips awards also went to 22 other Center men. don't deserve it.Page .



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Infant ( i ; (( (
In Mercy Flight To BethesdaAnother



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Into action and with the Operations _
flight performed by the Officer of FAW-11.

Navy has been posted in the Comdr. Henry Floyd's help, a

records, with pilots of Fleet dispatch was sent to the Chiefof

Air Wing 11 figuring in the Naval Operations to ask if a Best Sellers! Book Club selections
flight could be authorized to
drama Most of them are availablein +
transport baby Charles to Beth-
The Navy came to the rescueof esda Naval your Libraries but we thoughtyou
Hospital In Washington -
the one-year old infant son for the attention of a .,... might like to have your own

of Lt. Charles Brady, officer in brain specialist. The best seller list from which to make
flight was N' \
charge of Patrol Squadron 16 k own selections Your Librar'lans ,
granted immediately ,, ;'t;.., your -
detachment, when it was discovered CCAPTAIN se report on the current trend

that (imediate attention was BORN contacted __ with all three lepoitlng the following -

needed for the infant, suffering as tops in popularity (you
Comdr. Giover Gilmore, com
from a brain tumor. The baby will note several are far from -
manding officer of Fasten 109,
was flown from West Palm 1953 copyright dates.) t
who set up the flight, and together -
Beach to Washington, D C. with Fasron 109 pilots, Calne Mutiny', Battle Cry, Silent

eWiIEN Lt. Jack Sandefur and Chief 4 World, U-Boat 977, Undersea Adventure -

LT. 1UIADY teamed Aviation Pilot Julius Martin, Cruel Sea, Silver Chalice! ,

from doctors at West Palm flew Charles to Bethesda on Gone Witji\ The Wind, Suds. In

Beach, the officer's home, that July 2.Attending. Your Eye, land the three sequels),

his son Charles had a brain tumor ,\ The Robe, The New Bleed. All ,
; '
the :
baby on the :,:; :
he Immediately contacted 0 4 titles In Science Fiction Librarians
flight was Lt Martin Webb,

Captain Arthur S. Born, Com- .. flight surgeon, The baby's father 4 r ., a :' ':,., ','" ,.o.... noted all leaders asking for {
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven : ... special interests but have found
Lt Grady, also made the ",,:<
and asked his assistance.The flight. that the top five titles in each
4
cogs of the Navy were put It is hoped by the Navy and library are:
Hospital Library Kon-Kiki j
all those concerned that the ex- ,
Golden Admiral, Man Called Pe-
pedious service and assistance
ler, Desiree, The High And
given will greatly benefit and Y

add years to another life. Mighty. Top special interest goes fl'
4Buchanan. this month to boks on drawing. I
IN MERCY FLIGHT-Critically ill, Charles Brady, Jr.. son of NAS Desiree I
Lt. Brady of Patrol Squadron 16, Is shown strapped' his nib Library Crimson ,

SALTY HUMOR FROM Named for the journey by Navy plane from West Palm Beach to Bethesda Is The Eastern Shore, Proud Re- ,'

Naval Hospital The Chief of Naval Operations authorized treat, U. S, 40, Prince Bart LeadIng A I
HERE AND THEREAn the flight when doctors diagnosed the child's illness! as a brain other reserves: Picture of I
Training CenterPOoMheWeek tumor with immediate attention necessary Dor'j'j I
Irishman and a Scotchman Ian Gray Short Stories (A ,
son). t II
went to a rummer hotel where SECOND OUTDOOR 24 StudentsAt
NATTC Library. The Rommel I

they were asked to register. DANCE SCHEDULEDSecond Papers, Kmstein'a: Theory of Relativity "
(This 'li tie tn
tudjth a new
Since they were new to the man- Pctty-Ollurr'Of-tke-Weck series in a series of out- AGO Out (Lieber), March Or Die, I

agement of the hotel, they were at the Nail Air Technical door summer dances, open to Dark Angel, Cold Steel Out "sell-
asked to sign their nationalities. ing" these are language books F '
Training Center). all hands, will be held next Week EarlyTwentyfour ,
Each did that according to his nature the (used! In conjunction with the lan I :
Joe T Buchanan, YN3, In Wednesday evening on new-
,* for the Irishman wrote, I ly-lighted NATTCenter outdoor officer students of guage records), marriage counselIng I

"Irish and proud of it," and the Forms Control Office of Administration ) tennis 'our'ls. the Aviation Ground Officer gardens<-and all Hemingway 1' .

Scotchman wrote, "Scotch and has seen the Pacific i 1 The first dance, held last School here were graduated one titles. I

fond of it." Ocean from Alaska to Hawaii and Wednesday, met with marked week prior to regular schedule last -S. .' i
Clarify Serviccmen'sIndcmnity
west to the China and Yellow success with more than 500 Friday in order to arrive at the
A man called for his bill at a Hostesses Regulation
attending advanced technical schools to
persons
Seas during his four years in theNavy.
restaurant and when it came it I' included two Navy busloads of which they have been assigned.Of One of several changes to Ser'eman'lf "A
was rather complicated. lie studied the Eclectic Clubof
women from '(
\ ( Indemnity regulations 'f
waiter He enlisted in the 21 graduates, 23 will attend I
it the
then summoned -
Jacksonville.
recently Issued by the Veterans'
Aviation
and said, "I find there are two March 1949, and I i. > _.. Intelligence officer's Administration, servicemen calledto
--- -- -- --- -- school, and one will attend
mistakes in this bill, one is in after boot camp '
active
.x duty for a period of more
Deadline For Polio the Photo Intelligence school The
mine.
favor and is in
your one than 30
at San Diego, days are covered by the
and tent of the class, which is the
The waiter took the bill
"I don't was assigned to f Insurance FridayCivilians second largest ever to attend AGO $10,000 indemnity during service
scrutinized it carefully ,
Com 17 at Kod- school, will graduate scheduleand and for 120 days after discharge,
FCC how the one in your favor who desire Group Polio on ",, '
iak. After 15 even though they are separated
be their billets\
assigned on :
happened," he mumbled. months duty ) i Insurance coverage have until that date. or released before actually serving

1630 Friday to apply for policies. 30 This includes '
there he went days. duty for
L.
,>v. .. : Names of the students graduating -
A of acquaintance -
gentleman our I aboard the USS Cost of a family contract which training purposes. '
arrived home late at night Buchanan and all early are Ensigns: RonaldR. \
.Tlllamook, a sea-going covers employee, spouse The type of service required of
tug -
and sought to go to bed without operating unmarried children to 21 Allen, Charles E. Bradley,
up age
waking his wife. Removing his in the North Pacific Charles E. Clark, Nicholas R. Clifford National Guardsmen, what consti- .
contractis
Single
is $6.50 year
shoes he silently opened the Buchanan joined the USS Algol, per I James J. Cron, Anthony S. lutes flight training, and condi- \<
$2.75 a year.Department tlons under *
front door crept down the hall, an attack cargo ship, at Pearl representativeswill I De Ruggier Gerald E. Fitzpatrick which persons provis-
'
and started toward the bedroom. Harbor In November, 1951, and accept applications until Ronald S. Foster, Carl E. tonally accepted for active. duty {,

But as he was making this last served aboard between Yokosukaand Fritz, Jr, Conrad C. Hammann, qualify for the indemnity, were ,

J laborious approach, his wife Sasebo, Japan, to Inchon in deadline-----S Friday.. 5- William L. Hayes, Lewis' J. Hoover spelled out by the VA tn the other \'1

whispered "Is that you, Henry?" Korea, and to Formosa and Hong i Bacteria the rear of a cafe I Robert C. Horton, Joseph S. changes. .

"It'd better be," said Henry. kong Later, aboard the USS Logan tens I Livesay John T. McGervey, Ed --...--- I

an attack transport, he againwas Father-the kin you love to Moser, Jr., Andrew B. Neeley, 'Fighting Falcons' ,

Two members of the Sidewalk on the Inchon route. touch. i James W. O'Brien William A, .

Observers' Club were at theirpost In October 1952 he came to \\'oltbig dame hunter. A Storum, James H. Vaughan, Jr., I

of duty when a trig girl tap NATTCenter, He hails from Hoxle, guy who enjoys life, liberty and I Douglas )I. Warner, Richard F Of VF-43 Annex .

ped by. They both eyed her. i Arkansas. the happiness of pursuit. Watrous, and Vernon K. Wilson

"She appears to be a wellreared 15 'E' Awards '

girl, "don't you think?" said /JpY .F qd

one. Outstanding scores have earned I

. '. "Yes," replied the other, "and 9kOs the "Fighting Falcons" of Fighter

.... not bad from the front, either." Squadron 43 a total of 15 "E's"

Y for individual excellence in recent {1

a' The commanding officer decided J aerial competitive exercises

to give a reception to some
Y"a Paced by Lt Howard M lIud -
of his fellow officers and called y
peth who made the top hit percentage -
1 in one of his enlisted men to help.
the squadron pilots won
l with the affair..
nine "E's" at 15,000 feet altitude /
"When they arrive," he explained -
i
and six more at 25,000 feet.
to a private, "I want you 1
Four of the
I to stand at the door and call the "Fighting Falcons"qualified
7 for two of the sought-
guest's name.
after awards by firing outstandingscores
The private's face was placid
I
A at both altitudes
for a moment then broke into a

tremendous smile. "Yes, air With The Fleet Air Jax squadron 1

pleasure, sir!" ;k held its exercises at GuantanamoBay +
Pr
C I Cuba Observers for the exercises 4

"White stands for joy and the ._ __ were Lcdr. Lawrence K. c

,'_ wedding day is the most Joyful A Flint, commanding officer of 4

occasion of a woman's life" Fighter Squadron 11, and Lt. Leonard
E'S FOR FALCONS-Fifteen individual "E's" for excellence in aerial competitive fir-
gunnery
The skeptic then asked: "Whydo lag were won by these "Fighting Falcons" of VF-43 a Fleet Air Jax squadron. The exercise were I P. Edwards of Fighter Squadron j

the men wear black?" held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in F9F-5 Panther jets. 32.



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Heavy League




P L4k" Slate On Tap



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Navy will have a golden

opportunity to bolster its

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4 With_..__. loon M. Charrat with three games sand-
Whiles it's not our policy to pass out accolades at the
drop of a hat, we'd be the isst one to withhold praise when wiched between tonight and

it is due. And, almost without question, Fasron 109, recently -I Sunday afternoon
crowned Mainside intramural Softball champion, and Having; played only twice duringthe
our pick for All-Statidh laurels, is deserving of a kind word. first two weeks of activity,
Since the inception of the '53 intramural Softball during: which time they won ore
program in March, Fasron 109 has been sole or co- and lost one, the Fliers are expected SWIM TROPHY AWARDS-Winners In the Malnside intramural -

owner of first place in its respective league. We've to be in high gear when they front swimming intramural meet director were on Frank hand McCaffrey.last week to Left receive to right trophies arc, I

never heard criticism against sportsmanship displayed tackle Post Nine tonight at Woodstock James White, Operations; McCaffrey; G. C. Tally and Dane Clark,
by the 109'ers, in victory or defeat, and they've tasted at 2000. VF-11, and William Michael, Operations. VF-11 won the meet with
Operations second.Official .
both. Friday night at Woodstock, the
It's a pleasure to do business with such an organization locals vie with Hardage while Sunday '

that isn't squawking at every break of a game or registering at Mason Field, Great Southern 53 Grid Practice
gripes with intramural directors. lo our knowledge, sends its oft beaten entry fora
Fasron 109 has been guilty of neither. league encounter. Fernandina :
There's as much to being a good winner as there is to Beach of the North Florida loops
l being a gracious loser. Fasron 109! has shown it could be here for a singleton, Saturdayat Slated To Open July 20
both. A tip of the hat to the athletes of Fasron 109. 1130. .
*
McPherson Walks Awajr Several questions were on the lips of station football
The question was put before us the other day "How A late Inning flurry of home i observers as the first official practice sessions were slated

do you rate" this year's varsity baseball team with that runs, two from each bench, spiced to open Monday, July 20, at the practice turf adjacent to
of 1952? the opener of a two game set here Varsity Field.

For an answer to this query we went quickly to the with Fort McPherson which Jax How will the new one-platoon
record books, believing that cold facts and figures are far Navy lost, 96. Ralph Bennett system fit into the plans of the 1600, Monday through Friday,

better than an opinion. ((7-f) was charged with the defeat. Jax Navy eleven, and for that with a tentative Saturday morn-
Through 85 games last year the Fliers won 51 and lost Tom Neely hit his first four- matter, who will take over the ing session on tap. All personnel
C 54. for a percentage of 600. That's below the 37-23 record master of the season and Lucky from commands in this area are
head coaching reins were two of
posted thus far which amounts to .017 victories. Luttrell his third to offset circuit the foremost puzzlers that eligible for competition with the
By way of extra base hits, the '53'ers are within earshot louts by the Colonels' Rudy Williams due immediate answers. are Fliers.

of bettering the totals set last year in every depart- and Arnold Martinez For the present, Lt. Dick May- Last year, under Coach Dave
ment with the possible exception of triples. In fact the 15 The second Barksdale
game was little more lander, a seasoned West Virginia Jax Navy won threeof
home runs posted this year betters by five the output of than an exhibition poor exhibition gridder, had been directing the nine frays, losing five while

1952 of fielding by Jax Navy, a workouts in unofficial practice drawing even in one. Maylanderwas
In '52. the Fliers combined for 85 doubles, 43 tri brutal exhibition of officiating by drills the past month. His con. optimistic of the Fliers

pIes and 10 home runs, with Tom Neely and Jim Cough. the base unpire, and a bush exhibition firmation as head coach is pending chances in '53 when he spoke to
lin the leading hitters at .355: and ,352: respectively. of sportsmanship by the an "okay" from administrative the Air News early this week
Lucky Luttrell, with a .352 average, leads this year's visitors. heads 'They're really in shape from
edition which has slammed out 82 doubles 28 and 15
triples
Officer
I -in-charge of the Fort Finished 3-5-1 In '53 these early workouts," Mayland
home runs. Respective leaders are catcher Bob Horne with McPherson nine called his team off Maylander indicated practice er informed," and I think we've
13 doubles and four home runs and Luttrell with eight tri- the field in the seventh, leading drills would be held daily at got a lot of talent available this

ples.It's 7-5:, when he deemed the base um year that will produce a win-
interesting to note that the llth or record bet "
pire's Judgment continuously in ner. He was hesitant in namingany
tering home run, was hit as early as June 19. Joe Fay did error. Goetz Cops First standouts at this early date.
the honors with his third circuit clout registered off the Luttrell, Ziegler Win
Publinx Match Butt Heads Second Week
slants of a youthful Post Nine chunker. Everybody played everyplace
A run down of the month-by-month.home run production Saturday as Jax Navy won the Jacksonville's three-man Na. Workouts the first week will

shows three hit in March, two in April, four in May, nut of two games from Sanford, tional Public Links golf team, com center around' conditioning and
three in June and three in July. Unloading the lumber have 8-7. Neely'i two out single in the peting in Seattle, Wash., edged orientation of fundamentals which

been Mat Woloszyn, two; Luttrell, three; Home, four, Fay, ninth chased in Ira Abelson from the Montebello, Calif., entry by must be relearned under the new-
three, and one each by Coughlin, Neely and Bob DeJoy.In 'second with the winner. one stroke to win the coveted platoon style. "Hope "to butt
anticipation of a rabid Fall and Winter bowling sea Luttrell ((1.0)) came in from Harding Cup last week with Bob heads the second week, May-
lander added "and we'll scrim-
son, the alleys in the NATTCenter Ship's Service Building shortstop in the third to relieve Goetz of Sax Navy a member of "
have been freshly varnished, sanded and renovated. Theyare Glenn Nakamari ((0-1)), with Jax the winning trio. mage by early August.

now open to play. Navy trailing, 6-2. It was Lutrell's Goetz carded a 76 which com It was pointed out that person
nel from Sixth Naval District
any : -
first mound appearance of bined with Tommy Jenkins even
command could
the year, although he's been on par 71 and a 74 by Dan Sikes gave compete
here if their respective unit does
Rods andNrods ready since March. the Jaxons an aggregate score of
not field a varsity entry. Primarily
Jim Coughlin's three run tripleIn 221.
this includes Cecil Field
the seventh cushioned a lead First round matches Monday, in-
Mayport Sanford, Green Cove
for Bill Ziegler ((2-0)) as the Fliers volving a field of over 200, found ,
Springs and Glynco.
swept the series with a 6-1 vie- Goetz whipping Bob Booth of Still-
tory, Sunday Bob Home collected water, Okla., 7 and 5. Jenkins was A complete schedule has not
a pair of RBI'i with a double and ousted by Art St. John of Okla. been drawn, but already listedare
Spear-fishing off the coral added the fish were biting vorac
with Ft. Delvoir and
two singles. homa City, 2 and 1. games
reefs of West Palm Beach iously. Pensacola, here, and Norfolk,
brought good results to Jim Peterson Eglin AFB and Miami MCAS, on
SN, of the NATTCenter Late reports indicate tarponare the road. It was understood that
1st Lt. office He speared a mess moving into the canals and F. Jax Navy will attempt to fill a

of mango, snappers, parrot fish, waterways and intrepid anglers nine or 10 game slate.
spots, croakers and rockfish and seeking the fighting fish can 4.5
added a huge crab for good have their fling at them.
Tankmen Reveal Full
measure. Two chiefs from Layout in Air
*. S craft Maintenance hooked 16 City Dual Schedule
Also off Mandarin Point, W. bass for a total of about 50 ,

B. Kellette, AEC, dropped his pounds, and one catfish weighingtwo 'Y Jax Navy swimmers will take
hook and came up with two bar- and one-half pounds off J part in three dual meets and two
racuda. Lcdr. O. S. Braddock,
Mandarin Point. The catfish was Jacksonville City championships In.
Jr., bagged three bass. caught on shrimp, usual in this s
I the near future Lcdr P. I. Cul-
area.
From Doctors Inlet near S S bertson, NATTCenter Special Ser

Orange Park come reports of a Those anglers who braved the vices Officer, revealed this week.

limit of bass caught by Sgt. S. threatening weather of the week- r f (< .J City tournaments are the Wom
K. Jacobson. Alton Eckert, AE2, end caught their share of the .3 ., t l en's Championships, Aug 6-7, an.! .

". caught two large mouth bass and I finny folk. The northeaster that a > s'CAUGHT the Men's Championships, Aug. 13.

:;- ARMY TIIINCLADS SCORE ripped through here moved the It, both at Lackawanna Pool. A
feed in with it and the fish followed dual meet f la scheduled at West
: Ft. Jackson, S. C.-A powerful ,
the feed. Palm Beach, Aug. 9.
Army team easily outdistanced all
: opposition with 88 points and Outlook for this weekend, according ._------._-_ .- ------ Next Saturday the Navy tank
.
I even first places to win the first to Chief Roy Parr of the FISH MARKET?-These fishermen caught enough fish in one i men will trek to Fort Benning
:: inter oervlce track and field meet NATTCenter Fish Shack, la ex- day to open a fish market, as the photo verifies. Included in the Ga., for a dual encounter with the
, I cellent. He predicted that shrimp catch are amberjick and sailfish (top) and albacore (behind). Doughboy swimmers. July 25, the
kere.Navy Left to right are Sam Marion, AMC; David Bell, son of Lt. E.'N. I
athletes captured eightfirst fishing will start bringing in full locals are slated against the Athens .
Bell; Durland May, ADC; Art Mkhelclk, ADC, and Fred Lindsay,
places but finished second. results the next few days. ADC, all of NATTCenter. Ga., Swimming Club.


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16 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven _



MAD's Gibbs i ;x r AE School, Fusron 109


Tops Florida


AAU RingersMarine J Vie In Stution Piny off



Aviation Detachment Intramural Softball at the Naval Air Station is history -

lit NATTCenter won its second it ;\ : now, as Fasron 109 and Aviation Electricians School scrapped

Florida AAU Championship of I for the 1953: All-Station championship this week. ;

the year when T/Sgt. Bob Gibbs & Fasron 109, Mainside represen-
last obstacle to the All-Statlon
was ,crowned AAU horseshoe tatives, and the Student Electricians -
playoff when he pitched a t\\o-
champ in eliminations held at NATTCenter champs: engaged -
//4 hit, :5-1, victory over Personnellast
West Palm Beach recently. v \ in a best of three game playoff \verk.It .

Gibbs, already a singles champ which opened Monday night at En-
It required earned to wina
and member of the winning a ,fir, terprise Field.A runs
championship, there's a possibility
doubles team at NATTCenter second game was played Tues-
1 i
0i. n. { that the Malnstde pla'offwould
won the singles and teamed 1yi 4P H day at the same site, while a third
still be In full swing1. Fas
.
with N. D. Crussel, of West fray, If necessary, was staged
ron 109 capitalized on four
palm Beach, to share the doubles i.. yesterday. Results were not available errors
,
?
for five unearned tallies while the
laurels. at press time.
Ad Building nine made the most

"Frankly, the competition was RINGER ON TAP-T Sgt. Bob Gibbs, recent winner of the Don Glldewell, the ,.mouthworking of one enemy miscue for a single

tougher here than it was down Florida AAU horseshoe tournament, shows his championship grip righthander who sets ton.

there," Gibbs remarked The to fellow Marine Tom Long Gibbs. from Marine Aviation Detachment 'em up and mows'em down with

Florida champ, who is an inbtructor at the Training Center, didn't start pitching until he enteredthe his riser, removed Patron; 109'tt Bill Madden drew life on a three
Marine Corps 10 years ago. base error in left to open Fasron109's
; in AO School now plansto
fourth. A single by Shaler
enter the National AAU Tour .
nament. Seminole Mentor I : and Dill Batson's double after the

side should have been retired,
He is the second Florida AAU manufactured two markers.

champ from the Detachmentthis Directs StationBasketball 1 ,
Personnel got one back In the
Pfc. Marv Peterson
year fifth. Chief White laced
SpoesGosliAgs a single
having taken the javelin blue
ClinicA to right, the first of two hits off
ribbon at Gainesville in May
Glldenell, and scampered around
seven-day coaching clinic for
shortly after when Catcher Dietrich -
i basketball mentors and playersaboard '
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pegged;<< W lid (to second on the
this station opened yesterday ales).

at Building 513 NATTCenter,

1--0 uizl under the direction of Lcdr. J. K. Singles by Gray, Grossman and

Snare LeadIn Herrman, a walk to Carmichaeland
Early
"Bud" Kennedy, head coach at Pitcher John Applewhite'serior

Florida State University.The I I
netted Fasron 109 three insurance -

(If Aimed Forces Press Strvlc; ) clinic is mandatory for pros- runs in the sixth. Personnel -

QUESTIONS pective coaches but is also open 6ND Golf Tournament had a pair of base runners In

1. What Major League hurler to all players and officials.
the ninth, but to no avail.,
pitched two games in one day on Final session will be Friday
I Glidewell had his expected
five different occasions? July 24, Kennedy indicated. The Smooth swinging Irving: "Buck" Williams eased into a ,
sharpness on the mound, whiffing
his Pensacola Dick
stroke advantage teammate
over
Seminole mentor is aboard for a one
feet of
2. How many square 11 while Issuing three walks. Ap
the first round Tues-
of
field 59
two week Reserve cruise, during Prather, to pace a through
surface does the putting
average plewhite was nudged for six safeties
medal Sixth Naval District Golf
have? which time he plans to conduct day, of the 72-hole play
green but had four errors behind
courses in fundamentals, strategy, I Tournament at the NAS Jacksonville course.Williams .
3. What Major J League! dub him

holds the all-time season high for theory, offensive and defensive I I fashioned a 38.34.72 to the first day. --------1 Glidewell Glide. )Horn
equal figures on the hazard.
and rules. par I
attendance at home? patterns Final Round FAKRON 1.9 (a) t
station layout which calls I "lartr AH R H TO A K .
4. What was the slowest speed Kennedy has been basketball I ous Play continues through Friday Gray. d . .. ... 4 1 1 0 0 0
coach at Florida State for six for 36.36-72. His 34 on the back I.ollman, Jib ....... .1 0 1 1 0 0
ever recorded to win the "Indian. I' the best individual nine with an individual and team I icrrman n .. ....... 4 0 1 1 .1 0
years, his 1950 team winning the side was 'I Madden. 3b .. ....... 4 1 1 0 1 I 0Shnler.
apolis 500"? to be named at the It . ...... 4 t 1100Wlde'eU.
champion
National! Intercollegiate Basketball p ...... 4 0 0 toO
ANSWERS completion of the fourth round. Carmichael, Ib ......1 1 0) !5 1 0
1. J. McGinnity "lion Association regional champ- Need Name For New nation, rt . ...... :l 0 1 fI. 0 0
,
Joseph ionship. Prefossional Jack Harvey esti Petty, rt .. ...... .. t tOO. 0 0'Plelrlch
Man" of the National League lathe NAS Fishing CampThe c ..... .. 3 0 G 1l.o: 1 .
Sessions get underway at- 0830 mated a 290 was enough to win
early 1900's. He also set a contest to determine a Totals. . . ,30: 5 52J: 5 1PRRSNNKL
record of 434 innings pitched in daily, except Saturday and Sunday name for the new Mainside solo laurels. ; (1)

1903. and personnel with available is still underway Pensacola held a nine stroke AIKPIrOAa
time are urged to take advantageof fishing camp ft r.rr2b . .. .... :20001 1
2, Five thousand to seven thou. Entries should be submitted to margin over Navy Memphis in 4- nreRo,',', rf ,....... :.100200:
sand feet the opportunity offered them. HufKO>'ne, M ........ :.1 0 0 :2 2 0
square i the Jax Air News or to Chief man aggregate team scores, the White, 3b ......... :.1 1 1 :.1 2 0
3. The Cleveland Indians in 1948 Richard McGee at the fishing Dempsey, Ib ...,... 2 0 0 .1 0 1
An antelope walked into a bar Goslings posting a 294 with Williams Shil\er. cf, It ....... 3 0 1 .1 1 0
drew 2,620,627 fans for an all-time and ordered a dry martini. camp. Pralher Jack Coulter and Mllli./ c . ....... :200500Crouae. ) !'
record attendance. thus far It. cf ....... :2 0 0 .1 0 1
The barkeep charged him two Entries received Darfler wielding the clubs.In Applewhite, p ...... :200001
4. An average of 74.59 mph include Idle Hours Big Oak,
bucks and told him he was the first third place behind defending Totals . ? .:a 1 221 4 4 .
turned in by Ray Haroun driving Fiddler's Green and Elysium.
antelope ever to come in his bar champion Navy Memphis, was .... .. .
A Marmon in 3911 was Faaron 109 000 903 US
racing car will be offered to the
Prizes Jax Navy and Parris Island. Er- Personnel ...,.... 000 010 0-1
fast enough to win the first "500" I "And I'll be the last, too, at the winners.
win Scott Bill Scarbrough, Bob
of martinis." RBIr Grossman, Shale". Daton
mile
race. price I Wallace and Pete Gardner teamed Df It rich: SBt: Gray, ciidewel) Hall
White 2b: Bit ; SO: By Oiide- .
Star of lax Varsity -- to-give the Fliers a 306. well i. Applewhite I ni; BH: Off Glide-:
well I S. Applewhite 4. Famon
FensacoU Leading Team : 109 8, Peisonnel' 3. uillti..: JohnU I

.I | Colemans Carry On Hawaiian Aquatic TraditionsPineapples Special award the first day for and 1'1"8.FOlr .

the best drive closest to the pin Share Weekly

on No. 3, the short three-par hole
and the Fred was a member of the Jax
palms.
on the front side, went to Penuc Blind Bogey Honors

hula and Hawaii are synonymous -I' Navy varsity swimming' team 1a's Darfler who was within
Winning number !In the week-
in people's minds. So is and was undefeated in his mid two feet. He sank his putt for i
Blind
Y ly Bogey tourney at the

swimming, when one thinks of dle distance specialties. ( Y Y 5rv birdie two.Eleven NAS golf course last Saturdaywas

the United States' Pacific out- In addition to the tireless freestyle teams were entered in 75. First prize went to four '
the field offering a strong char
I stroke that brought him men, Francis Flynn ((87-12)), Bob
to Memphis for team
lenge Navy
post.From Lemon ((83.8)), John Hyslop ((85-
the island of Maui, off laurels in the Sixth Naval Dis- 6 honors. The Hellcats are within
y'Y 10) and Bill Johnson (102-27)( .
the main island of Oahu, have trict Championships recently, he 34y easy striking distance of leading Low gross honors were shared

come aquatic stars of note ever also took titles in medley events Pensacola and competition was by Erwin Scott and Bob Wallace

since the days of the famous which include breaststroke back- A'n expected to intensify through the with a one over-par 73.
t following three rounds.
Duke Kohonomoku, king of all stroke and free style. Y9 TEADKR4 Pete Gardner teamed with Ray

the swimmers in the early 1920'. Swam With Kono William FIRST(Pen BOUND) 38-14-7;;: 1'iather- Beasley, Bob Page and Joe Van
( 37-36-71: Foullc K.W.lfr Vactor to take the weekly Wed
Now the Marine Corps boasts Both Fred and Kenneth swam rrnJf' NM) 38-.1*-74; Towry
(NM) 38-36-74; Coulter Pen.) :.S35- nesday Pro-Am event with t best

f a pair of champion performers in 'with Fred Kono, the Hawaiian 74( ; )Scott 38.37-75(JN:)1 Darfler 38JW-75(:Pen37 ScaibrouliJN : ball of 33. .

the Coleman brothers-identical swimming star, who set collegIate W: Oamet NAVJC) :Irt-M-75; Ranch
CN'A'I'TC) 38..77-73: Moore C"herl),) .
twins. Pfc. Fred Coleman, of records while attending Ohio : A si Th39-76' xl ce (r .) P1n-J ;
Young (h) 40 76' Lee ( i Schedule ComFair
NATTCenter School who State University.The 7'1. Carlena (PI) 31.39.-76'/ Wallace
ANP) ,
) : : McDonald (NM) 3'7-40-1
has left for El Toro,-Calif., and Coleman brothers joinedthe Un i6-41-iJi( .! .) 41-37-78: CoUett Baseball Tourney
'JNMf 38.40-78': Pearson (USNH) 39- Entries being
acceptedfor
are
Marine Corps together on Marine M-78; Bad. (IPU-38-40-78) : Gardner. I
Kenneth with the First UK) 47.38-79' claim (K.W,) 417 -.*- the ComFalrJax Baseball
Division in on the Corps Day, Nov. 10, 1952, and < : Seeee (MM.) 38-41-,79; Reunlnf
Korea carry (GCS) 39-4 -79. Tournament which opens here

tradition of Hawaii. Fred is a were sworn in at Pearl Harbor. j Wednesday July 29.

They went to Camp Pendleton j, A tutor who tooted the tooter
middle distance star and Ken- ROsters should be submittedto
and were slated to go to Korea I Tried to teach two young toot- Lt Charles Tucker Com-
neth specializes in the sprints. Fred | to toot. ,
together. However, was I ers FairJax Special Services Officer -
Fred Undefeated Here and Said the two to the tutor
stricken with pneumonia, m -- ,
I Room 123 of the Ad Build
with the Korean Is it harder to toot to tutor
While at NATTCenter, attend- Kenneth went or
ing, no later than July 22.
ing Airman Preparatory School, t draft alone. Fred C.lf'II6aa two tooters to toot?


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ImIil1lD 'Buddies' ;"""'!:.' ,. /. s' ...;
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'" .
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;::,: If(
from 1)
Continued Page
( f .,
(Items offering for sale articles i : instructors collected enough to

cf property such as washing machInes send Bobby and Chief DeWoody t. ,... '. tiL"r" ..

automobiles, furniture, radios, winging their way towards the ,. \ I .,'
clothing and the like are prohibited big city by commercial alt'era ft. "S."S
Defense The hip was like'a birthdayto <
by Department icgu- 'It' ,: .
-.._- lations. This column will, however, I young Bobby especially since ,.
list such services as available ( he's an expert on airplanes and I' '' +'

housing' rides wanted and lost and i4: automobiles. He even took in
found articles or other similar 4., the new UN building, and enjoyed .

notices.) 4Y his living at one of New .

York's comfortable hotels. .: ., 'k..' .
FOR RENT ....'.. :.
a'.c x And he didn't let his dad ok .. OP'A41The .
: C[
Furn 3 rm apt, 852 St. Clair, ph. down when it came time for ,;:::;L.... .,.
I
u 8-3992, Mrs Bieese a. i ss& answering the five questionsthat cartoon above is the thirdIn
Furn 3 rm cottage, $33 mo., Air gave them the prize of a series of sketches depict.
base :Trailer Park 2-5410 ing various billets available to
ph. $MO. Chief DeWoody managedto
AGO Students at NATTCenter. -
Mrs Schulz.. wade through all of them The cartoons are creationsof
1 rm, also garage apt, 221 E. 3rd with gusto. (For the record the Training Facility Art
St, ph. 4-0396, Mrs Bates department REWARDED, originated FOR IDEA more-After efficient John method Hoffman-of doing(right)the, Supply ASO they were: 1. How do you spell Shop This is the work of artist .
J. E.
Share 4 rm apt, 835 McDuff, ph. monthly Critical Report, he decided to offer it to the Beneficial caribou?; 2-What kind of line Gregory
2-3394, Mrs. SUI man. Suggestion Committee for Judging The result was a $50.00 check is one other than a man's regu

Unfurn 3 rm apt, avail. July 18, which he of receives NAS.Former from Capt. Norman A. Helfrlch, SupplyFiscalofficer lar job? (Sideline) ; 3Name Capt. McCampbellContinued

1514 Dancy St, ph. 2-0724, Mrs. the song (My Heart Cries For ( from Page 1))
Rosser.' -- YouWhat) ; famous ball Presidential Unit Citation.

Furn 3 bdrm house. 6115 Commo JaxContinued EXPLAIN LAW OF player named Stan is on the St. Born in Bessemer, Ala., January

dore, ph. 6-4050, Mrs. Rodgers. ( from Page 1)) Louis Cardinals (Musial); 5- 16, 1910, he attended Staunton
.Furn '2 rm apt, 2967 Selma; ph. field of morals and religion which SAILOR MISSING What't the largest lake In Scot Military Academy and Georgia

2-6480, Mrs. Neil have a bearing upon the lives of SCHEDULED SHIPA land (Loch Lomond), Tech before being appointed! to the
Furn 5 rm house, 2371 Rldgewood martial II Naval
the men In the service. special court con- Academy. Upon graduation
Rd, Southside, ph. 7-7677, Mrs Response of militaiy personnel victed a sailor, who was over Along,with the money prizes, 'in June 1933, he was honorably discharged ,-

Jones. here was excellent In both the Sta- the hill when his ship sailed, Bobby was awarded a new set and appointed' Ensign in
.Furn 4 rm apt, $60 mo, 1110 RIvera don and the District competition, of missing ship through neglect of braces by the company which the Naval Reserve.

Mrs. Hunter. and four other local entries received but a board of review dismissed made his others and various *
Furn 2 bdrm apt, 8542 Matera, $50 special mention In the Dis- the charge because it held prizes from people who called RKCALLKI) to active duty in

mo, Mrs. Sadler. let-wide judging. that there was no*"casual connection" \ on the "Heart Line." 1936, he was designated a naval
Furn 6 rm apt, 348 Belford, ph. between his neglect When the party returned aviator in April 1938. Before tak

7-5734, Mrs. Lashley. Thee men, who will receive and his missing the scheduled they were greeted by a very ing over command of CAG-15,
2'Mrm house, 5133 Mays Rd., ph. awards of $5.00 each, Include movement happy mother, who had strained Captain McCampbell served in
6-1033, ),11'. Ard. over each question answered both theaters of lie served
Florian P, Super, ICC, who received Since missing a ship move war.
Unfurn 3 bdrm house, 5164 Alpha, first prize at the local level ment is a new offense under while watching a monitor aboard the' USS Wasp until she
$85 mo, ph. 8323 or 8-5491, broadcast at Jacksonville's lost in action in 1942 and
with his essay "Are You A GoldBrick the Uniform Code of Military was ,
Comdr. Cox. ." Chief Super, formerly an Justice, some of the details WMBR-TV. commanded VF-15 from 1943.44
Unfurn 2 bdrm house, 4591 Merri- It looks like ( when he assumed of CAG-
some day Bobby charge
instructor at the AE "B" School at weren't at all clear. It was reasonable -
mac, $65 mo, ph. 2-5101, Mt.s.At'ntel. NATTCenter, is now an instructor to assume that, if the will be able to throw away his! 15 aboard the USS Kssex., The

at the 1C-A School at NTC, accused missed a known move- braces and crutches due to the air group under his leadership
Widow will share home, ph. 2- San. Diego' Calif. ment by an unauthorized act, consideration of some of his participated in campaigns In the

8908. Jean Snowberger. Another award will go to James' the missing resulted proxi- dad's buddies' Mariannas, Iwo Jima, Philippines! ,
Furn 3 bdrm house, 3167 DeMedicl _._,
-- ----
D. Mallory, ALAN, of VJ-2, for mately from the doing of the Formosa and Nansel Shoto; took
ph. 2-0664, Mrs Taylor. hill essay, "As Morals Go." Mallory act. / | Recreation Ashore |! part In the first battle of the Phil
Widow will share home, 2965 Bell-
Sea when Task Force 58
received third prize in the Station .. ; ippine ,
wood, ph. 2.7848 Mis. Hunt. I -- - --- --
Visit the tJSO Servicemen'sClub
i contest. under Vice Adm. :Mitscher destroyed
ed $5.00 Coleman's
a price j
essay
turn apt, $85 mo, 1806 Bayard M/Sgt. Reginald G. Bagube, Sr received' honorable mention in the at 37 West Monroe St. Open 400 enemy planes in one battle,
1 Place, ph. 2-9342, Mrs. Biamlett. Of the AE School at NATTCenter, I station competition. I from 0930 to 2330 daily. called the famous "Mariannas Turkey

FOR SALE was given .ientlon' for writing j Thursday,..July 16- Competi Shoot."
2 bdrm house, G.I. equity, Lake- "Our MOral Duty Towards Our The hangman tightened the I tive tab]: games, prizes in ping From 1045-47 Captain McCamp
shore Terrace ph. 88-8756, Lt. pong and TV. bell was on duty at NAS Norfolk
Country Locally, Begube was knot and asked the condemned I
Tom Edward! I Friday, July 17- 1730Cafe ] as Deputy' Chief of Staff to Commander
ninth place winner last fall. golfer if he had anything to say I
2 bdrm house, ph. 8-5111 or 88- Now on the USS Midway rankL. before being hanged. ,I Italiano, spaghetti dinner for Fleet Air Quonset Pt., and
7800, Comdr. Gullette. 35c; 2000-talent show; 2100- as Commander Air Giqups, Hampton
Coleman, Jr., PHAN, formerly "Yes, I'd like to take a coupleof
2 bdrm house, $1900 down, Atlantic of the NAS Photo Lab, also merit- practice swings. Juke box revue. Road, Va. Later he served a*
Beach, ph. 1125.4932, Saturday, July 18-Enjoy the student and later member of the_
Mrs. Hinson facilities of the club during the staff Intelligence\ Division at

2 bdrm house, $11,250, appointmentonly Brandt, Askew, Boehms Selected day, at 2000 dance to the musicof Armed Forces Staff College, ajid

ph. 2.8398, 3526 Fitch St, the Jumpin' Jax from the Naval senior naval, aviation advisor of

Avondale, Mr. King. For NATTC Honor Man Awardsbeen Air Station. the Argentine Navy at Buenos"

.3 bdrm house, Wesconnett, $5800, Sunday, July 19, 1000Free Aires lie was executive, officer of
donuts and coffee; 1100-OH to the USS Roosevelt from 1951 to
ph. 8-6548, Mr. Caton. The' Northwest, the Southwestand ,
MISCEIJ.ANKOUSBaby ; the' Southeast wee represented assigned' to Moffet Field, church, afternoon Symphonyi i 1952. Before coming to NATTCen-

sitter, 1533 Osceola, ph by honor men' winning awardsat Calif. I i Hour followed by community ter, Jax., he was planning officer
T-4197, Miss Joyner. Naval Air Technical Training Thomas S. Boehms, AN, won 'sing; Vesper Service at 1700. for Commander, Air Atlantic

Driving to Mass on or about Aug. Center Schools last week' high honors in I Fleet.

3, ph. 8.3432, Mrs Woods. I From Wenathchee, Wash, Pfc AKA) School I

Driving to Columbus, Ohio, July with a mark of
John L. Brandt pan 9A Capt. Early
28, ph. 7-6185, Mr. Lucas. $ 1 Ie
79.4. A Naval y
Riders wanted from vicinity of 6th earned a final 11'i (Continued from Page 1)

and Main, 0730 to 1600, ph. average of 89.85to Reservist for 5 handled per month.
44744. Mr. Droze. years, Boehms Captain Early is the only medical
: be named v officer selected at this time
gliders wanted from Casa and Ra- went on active '
Blvd 0700 to 1530! honor In '- to complete the 10-months courseat
mona ph. man i duty In November -
ext. 8383, Mr. Omwake. ---- ..,;..... the Naval War College He
Hide wanted from 221 E. 3rd Stl the eight-week I 1952. ., Boehms has previously been medical lia-
and Main ph. 4.0396, Mrs Bates. I ANP) School. His home is in Nashville, Tenn., ison oficer with the Bureau of
Riders wanted to Los Angeles, I Brandt's class I where he attended Cumberland +.d w ransw Aeronautics and the Deputy
I .....' High School. He has been assignedto Chief of Naval Operations for
about 23 competition In.
Calif., on or July ph.
Brandt NAS Pensacola for duty. D. C. with
ext 8249 Mr Kosinski. ---I Air Washington, ,
eluded 153 Marine and Navy
5 and
duty concerning supervision
Riders wanted to Clearwater and He I
sonnel. entered the
return Sun. lien. I direction of aero-medical research
Tampa. Friday Credit Union
January .of this year, and has'selected ; .
derson, 8184 or 216. :: ,
:
Aviation Klectronicsman: .
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for his next \ / .
School in
Memphis .
Klein who here
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Captain
den NATTCenter 'i" ., .' came
President Signs Three duty .sta tlon.I The Credit Union's financial : .. : after serving with the Staff of
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Housing Bills report for the period ending '.>. > the First Marine Aircraft Wing,
,
Askew, AN, ".. ." Fleet Marine Force in Korea
President Eisenhower signed June 30 shows a membership of .. ,was f
into laws three separate housing was lat week's 1,398 and total assets of $42,990.75. .- ." ... cited for outstanding achieve

bills, all designed to help servicemen honor studentat r Outstanding loans total $40- ment in the helicopter evacu
and veterans to get AEA ) 415.00 with $834.00 available: for ation of wounded personnel.

home: He also signed an extension School. Askew loans and $1,500.00 in the cash Captain Klein was commissioned
of watered-down economic whose home is reserve. in the Medical Corps after
Tulsa, Okla., attended These figures represent con graduation from Tulane Uni.
.controls on the same day. SHE SWIMS TOO- Shapely
The three laws are Public Okla- tinuous gain during the put 14 underwater ballet star Frances versity He served aboard the

Law 94 of this Congress, Public homaA&M: months. However, official say, "Boots" Moore, Sanford, Fla., destroyers USS Kane and USS
101 and Public 98. The watered- before he joinAskew I the potential for further growth hopes to win contest the 1953 she"MissFlorida" Claxton during the evacuation of

down controls Jaw gives no authority I ed the Navy last year. He finished ii unlimited if members will I compete for the "Miss so Ameri can refugees from Spain in the Span
for price and rent controls. with grade of 85.89. He ha I make deposit a regular habit ca" tWe in September ish Civil War.fI' .







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