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VOL-11 No. 15 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 23 July 1953

Home of Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet Air Wine 11, ,Naval Air Technical Training. Center.
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Air Medal To "" : ; i I : Capt. McCampbell [


i'y ; Takes Command


'RedRippers' : Of NATTCenterInstructors

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at the Naval Air
( t tI
For KoreaAir Technical Training Center must be
a! ready at all times for Immediate

t v2 C + : acceptance of changes and requirements
Medals for their partin I of the Fleet and results of I

the Korean aerial action Naval research and development,

last winter 'w ere awarded Capt. David Mi-Campbell, told all
seven "I'ed Hipper" pilots of hands at a change-of-command .aid

VF-11 by Hear Adm. Osborne ceremony Tuesday morning ?

n J. Hardison, Commander : Captain Mi-Campbell, who reported ,'

Fleet Air Jacksonville in 4 for duty as the commanding
ceremonies last week.
officer of NATTCenter Monday
The Fleet Air Jacksonville pilots i ii i from Commander Air Force

earned their awards during; the Atlantic Fleet. Is the relief for A

period between Sept. 17, 1952, -- --- n._ i Cnpt. Edwin: R. Peck, who retired
when they made their tint anti. AIR MEDALS TO 'RED PERS'-U.>> George Talley receivesan I June 30
communist strike and Feb, 20, Air Medal from Rear Adm. Osborne 11. Hardison, CommanderFleet I *
1953: when the last Korean mission Air Jacksonville. Lt. Talley Is one of seven "Red Rippers" of "Siirh new Naval changes as the
VF-ll receiving awards for participation in Korean aerial action I
WM flown last winter. At right Is Lt' George Caldwell, Admiral Ilardison's, I canted deck, steam catapult for
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aide. our heavier and faster planes and
Ix-tlr Larry l;. lint: skipper of rt : the newly devised carrier approach -
the VF-)1 Red Rippers, headed l the To Be Held In September system should be incorporated

men receiving awards. He received Into our training program .. .

his seventh Air Medal Jax Chosen As Site OfAllNavy the Captain declared I LA IlROADWAY-) --SylvU-
Admiral Hardi.ion, himself
a "Our Job is to punish a blonde bombshell of
former Red Rl'ppel' skipper, presented stant flow of trained and recently from the Dia
third Air Medal awards to Horseshoe In New York,
officers and men to the Fleet I of the featured enter
Li. George Talley, Lt. Owen Oberg, Baseball Finals to do so we must absorb the one comprising the WOK
j
LUjg I ) Tom Replogle, Lt.jg( ) techniques and developments Revue to be piesen-'
Charles J<:. Wilson, Lt.Jg) William the from the stage' of Malnside
McGinty and Lt.Jg) Jack Buff- Naval Air Station Jacksonville has been selected as the Navy, he added! Building 612, Monday
kin site of the 1953!): All-Navy baseball finals to be played September S :27. The show begins at
IIpressed. gratification : Admission!' In free.
Slighter 611. <
Four groupings have been established -c-- : being "a new member of a
11 its
Squadron spent
I naments to .determine their representative ,- concern and on a team that
Korean duty tour with Task Force by the Navy to simplifythe
In the inter-service fin done a fine job In the last )
77 blasting communist ground elimination ptocesfl' necessaryfor 1 1. "
concentrations, supply movements, the All-Navy and ale I years. 1
determining
.
lie was introduced to the
and power plants. The Red Rip Interservice baseball rhamplons. I
pens returned here March 18 of MASON FIRM here, which will I I and men by Conidr. Richard 1: Revue
The four groupings are: laaternNaval Stuart, executive officer who
this year after completing their Distilct, Atlantic Fleet, be the scene of the All-Navy cham-I been acting commanding

assignment to action. Western Naval District, and Pacific pionships ,ls in good shape since Captain Peck's .
When the Squadron embarked extra time and efforts being I
Fleet. Winners from these are
Captain McCampbell, his Monday
I
for Korea aboard the USS Oils- expended to have the field and all
will be decided August ]2-
groups and two sons are settled at j i
kany it made its way to the westl'08.8t 22. These four winners, will in facilities In tip-top condition for at NAS. He is married to
by going "around the Horn" the event. here are in for a
in the semi-finals to
turn, compete former Sara-June Heliker
be held around August 27-31. The following team will be In West Palm Beach, Fla., and musical treat next

Jax Selected As the four groups (host team in I ther of David Perry, six television night when, radio nationally-and music

TIIKSK RUMINATIONS will i l (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) old, and John Calhoun, four.23'E' j I
comedy stars will : at
._ ._ appear
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Center for O'SeasEmployment eventually produce two top teams ... Mainsidc Theatre, Building
who will play a best-of-five series Awards in the WOR Broadway Re-
here at NAS Jax Sept. 6-11 I, to1 I

determine the Navy's top baseball i j 'Prowlers' Of VF-102 Set Area show which begins at

club. This team will then competefor i ili tour of
Naval Air Station Jacksonvillehas I on a countrywide
been selected by the Navy department the inter-service champion. Gunnery Records In Exercises 3)I 3)A bases and camps. Admis
ship Sept: 18.19 I I is free
as a recruiting center for
I
employment of civilians at naval I The Army Marines and Air Flying the "Navy'. swift F9F5 ____ in the entertainment
establishments located outside the Force will be holding similar tour- Panther jet fighters, pilots of"E" : Fighter Squadron 102 ('(' I which will also perform
1- _ set a new record for this at the Naval
continental limits of the United of I Hospital
by
earning a rating
States it has been announced. I afternoon, Is petite so
ing" in gunnery exercises at '
Jenny Collins, presently on
Recruiting for civilians to fill 15.000 and feet.
25,000 I'
vacancies at overseas activities has from the cast of the Broad
A new record was also set
heretofore been accomplished by I hit musical 'The King and
gunnery at 25.000 feet by ':
representatives of the Twelfth
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4 "Prowlers"I with an l *
Naval District, San Francisco, who + 7 1 I _
squadron mark of 17.4ex.} A Jensen doesn't saw
traveled throughout the country. I{
S tIN 45, of 23 "E" awards: were ,! in half, but his magic
Tin INTEREST of both altogether: 13 at 25,000 feet: i I a delightful combination of

economy and efficiency it has 10 at 15,000 feet. I I : laughs and gimmicks has

been decided that the job could nest!' competitive tar r I I headlined at famous night

S ,best be done by assigning responsibility ? ef sleeve, was brought bark ,!I .
theiefor to certain of the R' !.t. Robert Homer, Lt. ( ) I I Stylist Sylvia. Barry is a
+. Richard Doan and En J I often
naval activities which have well e Y'Tw vf g singer compared
established personnel offices loca- .. D .. Charles Real, who made an !! Ejthel Merman. She has

ted at strategic spots. N rage of 31% for their 1 I featured by Billy Rose at

The new agency here will keep .1n
the public informed of the Navy's ton, commanding officer of and with Phil Spital-

needs for( employees' in overseas Prowlers led his division orchestra. Her audience will
areas, score 27.5 at 25,000 feet. "I Wanna Get Mar

rl< r@v\ ; .' '.5,'4,-. Pilots distinguishing: "
S .
selves with double "E's"
LEONARD B. KIIKANKS: : civilian
SHOOTERS !' number of hits at 25,000 feet In the
Lcdr. Dalton, Lt. Glass, Lt. Revue's Matter of Cere
assistant Industrial Relations Jax area were scored by Lcdr. Roy Dalton's division of Fighter i
officer states that the Naval Squadron 102 during recent competitive exercises! in gunnery.Displaying ner, Lt. Homer Lt. (jg) has! a theatrical record
their target sleeve are left( to right Ensign John
Air Station is interest- Ensign John Haselton, I all the way from the ti-
agency llaselton Ensign Harry Rolka. Lcdr. Dalton (skipper), and Ensign .
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) John Nichols Each: racked up double "E's". (Please!' Turn to Page. 8, Col. ) ( Turn to Page: 8, Col. :3))



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So/on/ Asfcs.Sfuc/y/ On Schools' Honor Men RecognitionsGo

Jo %I B&IILI418; Survivor-Benefit Bill I

The House-passed bill which To Mays Gardner Kaminski
,
permits personnel to take a .
I'ublt!-he reduced retired with their
onillle. FJ*. pay, signed to duty at NAS Pensa-
NAB Ja'klu\lII.' survivors receiving a part of "out-of-state" s a 11 o r stopped cola. I
Cnpt. Burnham C. McCnffree ............................CommamMnR Officer I
Comdr. Jamci 11. AinuironB .A...|......ExecuU\t Officer their retired pay after their their classmates last week to win Defending the Marines' scholastic -
Fleet Air a tk oniIII. death is being discussed by the I
Rear Mm. rtehoine B llardlson .CommanderC honor men awards at threeNATTCenter standing
.senate Armed Services Com-
llouard.V. .
pt Hopkins of Staff mittee which to _.___ _._____ _schools._u I last week was ;
Meet Air WIA&\ KltieiOpt. hopes get
Arthur S. Corn ..... .......CommanderComUr. honorman Pfc.
Joseph T Thoinlon ...... .::::.Chief Staff Officer I around to approving the bill. John R. Mays, :' ; I
Nasal Air Technical Trilntit( Center I Rep. Porter Hardy (D.Va.), I j AEAN, was top Donald C. Ka-
... Y A.
Cnpt E lwln fl. Perk .. .Commanding Officer
t'omtfr. Rkhaid S. Stuurt ......ExecutUt Officer whose studies sparked the student i in the minski 1 of

pt. Edward S. Lowe _.,,-Nasal,-...-.......HoiplUIC ..............?_..-._..Commanding OfnccrCapt $10,000 free indemnity replace- AEA) Schoolg Lakeland, Fla.
1. A. Newton .-.-..,...-., ..--, --?,,-?_,???...,-m.i, ., ..-'Kofiii-Uf. Officer ment for National Service Life Kaminskicompiled
NARTD Insurance in 1951 has asked raduating i !k
Capt. Radon: B. Noble ............... Commanding Officer class. finished a 90.-
Comdr. Anthony Tiuaso .................... Exetuthe Officer the House to appoint a special Mays 08 mark; to fin-
committee to the whole the 19- 9
study 1Iia ish at the top
The JAX AIR NEWS 1 U published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air Station confused picture of survivor F. week course Kaminski of 140 studentsin
Jackernrille.) Ida, and printed o I nOn-apnroprlated funds with a mark
.rcel:1 InlncIl benefits. There is little
Kt no the government and In mc ) NAVEXOS P-33.: Rev. prospect Airman School. A former Florida -
Nov. IfMik Copier! irp distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station theNnvnl of action on Hardy's res- Mays of 90.8.
Air Technical Training Center, Na\al Air Retene Training Unit: Nasal I Southern student, he enlisted -
Air 1 Station: Cecil field, ana the U. S. Nasal Hospital. olution this session, but if it A graduate of Central High in the Marine Corps in February

Editor-Andrew II. Planey does not pass this session it School Knoxville, Tenn., he en j and is now on his way to
ktant Fdltor-Helen Harper; Sports ltnr-Jnhn Chan at. AN; Staff can be taken up next year by ,I
Rpor''I11:11: lIendf'rJonl.rNS!'!; Mildred Mueller. SN; Circulalion-Dtsllbu; tered the Navy in September AT School at Memphis.
lion-Mai'KB Fuico JO3; vhlan Knox. SA. Congress from where it left off 45 *
1952 and attended Airman Pre-
The JAX AIR NEWS It a member ot the Armed Forces Tress Service this year ,
AFt'S material appearing In this publication may not be reprinted withoutthe paratory School at Norman,
'written permission uf Armed Fortes Picas Sen Ice.( Republication of other
matter, except by "I',\ICe publications Is prohibited without permission otKeillor. Okla., prior to coming here.
: JAX AIR NEWS.
morlul: offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extensions 8184 Servicewomen EntitledTo Philip i H.
and 21&. Gardner AK-

Equal Vets' Rights AN, a Naval

V Service-women now operate reservist call )INSIDE
REPORT Thurft., July :25
I. JjlllTON I under the same military and ed to active
The Winning Team Doris Day
C naval laws as men, and, as veterans duty in Sep. Fri., July 24
they are entitled to the tember of last
I Murder Without

(ly Armed Forctt Press Sunk) are 55 cents for breakfast and-85 same veterans benefits. year honors, took at high AKA A Tears .................... Joyce Holden
President Eisenhower has nominated Certain procedures vary, insofar -
cents each for lunch and dinner. I ( ) School Sat., July 25
James H. Smith Jr. of Col- as women .veterans are Affair With a
The is the result of
change an i with a 79.6
concerned. However, there ;Is no ........
01'ado to be Assistant Secretary of effort to make the messes self- Gardner Stranger Robert Mite'hum
average.
I difference in the standard of
the Navy for Air. Mr Smith, a supporting I NATTCenlerThur
A native of Wilmington Del.,
treatment or the basis of deter- *., July 2S
director of a Southwestern airline Gardner also came here from I
I mining entitlement for these or Man From The

company, will succeed John F. The Judge Advocate General I other benefits, the Veterans Airman Preparatory School at Alamo .................. .. Glenn FoidKrl.
Flober) {. Mr. Smith is 42 years I has been added to the USAF Administration has revealed. Norman, Okla. He has been as- I ., July 24

old, is a graduate of Harvard and I Character Guidance Council. The The Winning Team .... Doris Day

Columbia and during WWII servedas I JAG Is expected to add valuable Sat., July 25 .
.y i Murder Without
a Navy pilot and was on the I information on military justice to
the of 4 2S Y Teats .................. Joyce Holden
staff of ADM Arthur W. Raclford, subject character guidance.
I NAVAL HOSriTAL
Chah'man-designale of the Joint *
Thura. July 23
Chiefs of Staff. All enlisted men who entered the
The Band Wagon .... Fred Astalie
Army on or after July 1, 1953 are
Fri., July :24
1'1.- retiring hltlrml\Q I of the authorized an issue of three poplin Man From The

Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. OmarN. khaki shirts as part of their Alamo ............ ....... ... Glenn Foul
Bradley, has announced that he regular Initial Issue according to Sat., July 25

will assume a position as Chairman I. DA Circular No. 50. These shirts The Winning Team .... Doris Day
of the Board, Bulova Re- will be worn only with the winter .

search and Development Labo- OD uniform or the summer tropi-

intones Inc., .upon leaving his cal worsted uniform with trousers AH Coffee Comes 1

assignment Aug. 16.. I AND coat. The regular cotton From Same Blend ; '
khaki shirt
C can be worn as an

Charges' fur eating in Army and outer garment, but not the new Must Be The Cooks :.

Air Force officers mess facilities I poplin shirt. According to an investigation j.

)have been raised from $1.45 a I e e e all services use exactlythe
I
day to $2.25 a day. The new rates I Air Force Secretary Harold) E. same blend of coffee, a 70-

Talbott has announced that or-I 30 mild Santos blend. There

:I ders from Willys Motors, Inc., < fore if Navy coffee is really

f(DIyINE))\ I the production of C-119s and from I WIN CASH AWARDS-The better than Army or Air Force

I Chase Aircraft Co. for C-123s have meaning of SABWODI continues Two Hospital Men coffee, the difference must lie
) been terminated. to pay dividends as evidenced entirely with the cooks.
SERyiCESJ'Protestant here by two Naval Hospital
e I I employees who received I Win Awards For Heading a long study of

A $4,137,000 contract for the cash awards last week for benficlal what economies unification has
largest drydock suggestions. Receiving -and hasn't-effected withinthe
floating ever made
0830-All Saints Chapel. Beneficial IdeasTwo
awards and congratulations
services it noted that
for the Navy has been awardedto was
Edward S. Lowe
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. front Capt.
1045-All Saints Chapel. the General Conduction Co., left( ), commanding officer of beneficial suggestions, onea the services use about 125 mil
Seattle, Wash The 4,000-ton dock the Hospital are James Harrison safety wrench of plastic for use lion pounds of green coffee a

Catholic outweighs the largest previous I """ (center) and Eric Wilhelm. on oxygen tanks, and the perfection year, although the net figures

.Sunday-0830; 1000 Ma s, St. dock by 1,200 tons., Weekend Tide Table of a swivel wheel for lawn comes down to about 105 million

Edward's Chapel. I mowers, designed to reduce cost ) due to weight loss in
Low I
urda0800Mass.. Seventeen top citllltut physicians I- A.M.High P.M. A.M. P.M. of labor, paid dividends last week roasting.The .

Daily-0630-Mass. have been selected by DA I to two U. S. Naval Hospital civilian services now have dropped
Sat., 6:40: 7:11: 12:35: 12:35:
to serve as senior civilian consultants I employees. I their coffee stock levels to
Mass at Cha- i
Sunday- Hospital Sun. 7:32: 8:01: 1:22: 1:26:
pel, 1645. to the Surgeon General of Capt. Edward S. Lowe, com- only about three months' supply -
I the Army. These specialists heada manding officer of the Hospital and a lengthy study ofcoffee
Mormon Weather
field of over 1,600 physicians Report presented checks to James D. has made some im

1930TuesdayNATTC Chap- throughout the country now being I Friday-Southerly winds, tem- Harrison, leadingman, and Erich provement but not sufficient.

lain's office.Christian considered for appointments as perature 90.Saturday C. Wilhelm, machnist, both of the

Science I consultants to surgeon generals! of I I and SundaySoutherly Hospital's Maintenance Division. Guard: "Soldier, are you goingto -

1900-Tuesday NATTC Chap- various Army areas and for Army winds, temperature 90, scat Harrison's suggestion is a safe. kiss that girl."

lain's office. I hospitals. I tered thundershowers. ty wrench for changing oxygen Soldier: "No sir." .

.-_. tanks and is cast out of one-half Guard: "Then hold my flashlight -

--No More Bare Midriffs inch plastic. It was made to 're ."
I place the metal wrench
I Buck Up Fellas, Fight Against Creeping-Skivvies Is On I used for changing type of oxygen now wheel or skid type mower, is

cylinders.As accomplished through salvaged
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The long-time Navyman's stand up to the shrinkage test cleavage between the lower put a safety measure the Bureau parts from a surveyed wheel

fight against creeping skivvies and sailors found they were of the T-shirt and the upper of Medicine and Surgery chair, including the swivel.

U drawing to a fitting close in fighting the law of diminishing part of the sklvvie butts was Navy Department, has issued Adding to his other laurels

accordance with specifications; returns when laundry day came. vulnerable to wintry gales. instructions prohibiting the use already established for the

JAN-U-797: issued by the Bureau The bare midriff was inadvertantly Here's where the Bureau of of metal wrenches. Maintenance Division Mr. Wil-

of Supply and Accounts. the mode at an alarm- Supply and Accounts, adequately Wilhelm, a former Navy chief, helm has also received a com-

It'. like this: A lot of Navy ing rate. Enough so to make armed with JAN-U-797, modified a 20-inch lawn mower mendatory mast from Capt. Lowe

underwear was a victim( of the any old salt shrink in horror. stepped In and announced their by replacing the two front for his assistance in perfecting a

war. Some cotton yarn procured Healthy as a mid-section success in buying better yarn wheels with a single wheel oper- clamp-type fracture( device for

in WWII just couldn't summer tan may have been, the for embarrassed gobs. (AFPS) ating on a swivel. The conversion, aiding dentists in treating frac-
which can be made on any four tures of the mandible.r' .



23 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

r .-. r Discuss Interesting Topics
NARTU Skipper
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,

Captain Noble, Moral Guidance Program




Gets Capt. Easton New B Post Noble, commanding ;JctL: At Center Fulfills AimWhen '

officer of the Jacksonville -
Naval Air Reserve Train the Secretary of the Navy under direction of the Secre---

ing Unit since November 1951, tary of Defense, directed all Unit Commanders two years ago to

has left his post here for a new initiate programs to protect character and morals of servicemen,

assignment. NATTCenter Jax answered the call.

Captain If obi e, who leaves, to< Since that time, the Center dividual consultations.The .

assume command of aircraft has gone far in organizing a com- program reaches four dif-

supply ship USS Jupiter, was plete Character Guidance Instruction ferent groups with the Training

"piped over the side" in cere- program with Chaplain Center. Permanent Ship's Com

monies. 'last week. Milton G Kuolt, assisted bother > pany personnel receive one lecture ] -

Capt. Counihan Coming chaplains at the Center, in a month, and Airman Preparatory

Comdr Anthony Trusso, exec- charge. School students receive
utive officer, will be in com- s S S 1 while

mand of the unit until the arri- i Icio. ; _',_".,. ...-.-...........-.....- Although Chaplain Kuolt did five their course.lectures Class (A)attending School: :
val of Capt. John L. Counihan, SETS SCHOLASTIC RECORD-Comdr. Richard S. Stuart not begin the program until late
lectures
August 5. Captain Counihan is (left)), NATTCenter executive officer, congratulates Ensign Robert 1951 1 January of 1952 instruction receive on a higher
Larsen, top graduate from Aviation Ground Officer's School. Ensign by level, stressing leadership.For .
enroute to 'Jax from London I Larsen finished with a grade of 91.92, hi chest in the history was in full swing, and in the men of greater maturityand
where he has been attached to of the school in a class of 154, second largest class to attend the past. one and half years over higher education, such us:

the office of Naval Attaches. I school. 40,000 men have been exposedto those in Class (B) Schools and

Served Here BeforeA Compiles 91.92 Average this new type of guidance. AGO School, lectures give way

Naval Reserve aviator him- As explained by Chaplain Rob- to discussion periods so all may

himself for over nine years be- ert E. Elliott, who has been in benefit from group experienceand

fore he became a member of the Larsen Sets New Grade charge of maintaining the pro- knowledge

regular Navy, Captain Noble gram since Chaplain Kuolt's departure .
was well qualified to lead the lectures are not aimed

destinies of the Naval Ail: Reservists towards: any certain form of religion Compensation Set
from the Jacksonvillearea Record For AGO SchoolEnsign or creed. They cover subjects

when he became the third on morals demanded in certain For DependentsOf

officer to command the unit. Robert L. Larsen, 23, of Quinnesec, Mich., finished the societies and those standards

This was Captain Noble's sec- eight-week course at Aviation Ground Officers School, Naval Air : to which each man must Korea VictimsThe

ond assignment to Jax. In 1940 Technical Training Center with top honors in a class of 154 students. conform in order to live in har-

he came here as officer-in-charg Ensign Larsen's final grade mony with his fellowmen. widow, children and ,dependent -
ders to such unit. CommanderFlint
VM unit and also servedas a *
of the parents of a deceased vet'
was 91.92, highest to be
average
personal pilot for Cap. told graduates of experiences Thirteen weekly lectures given eran with service since June 27,

Charles Mason, the Naval Air obtained by any student in the of his squadron while in by the four Center Chaplains, 1950: whose death was due ta service -

Station's first commanding offi- year-and-a-half operation of the Korea, and the importance oC( might include such topics as Mo- may qualify for death com

school. maintenance and ordnance officers ral Principles of Men in the Serv- pensation.The .

cer.Capt.. Noble will make his new Graduation( "ceremonies were towards effective opera. ices, Positive Way To Combat surviving widow child or

home in Coronado, Calif. held last Friday, at Which Comdr tions. Lack of Morals, Approaching children, and dependent parents or

Statistics show that of 25 stu- Marriage and many others. In any deceased veteran, whose death
V. Swanson commanding
Leroy ,
Seek Tax' dents who were not graduated addition, the chaplains hold in- resulted from a service-connected
ExemptionFor officer of Carrier Air Group 17
early to attend Aviation Intelligence disease or Injury, incurred in or:
Your Uniforms and Lcdr. Lawrence E. Flint, Jr., i Officers School, 63 wouldbe aggravated In line of duty in active
BLOOD BANK
Congress is studying a pro- commanding officer of Fighter assigned to Air Force Atlan- service are entitled to death com

posal by Rep. Richard H. Poff Squadron 11 addressed the stu- tic Fleet and 60 to Air Force Pa- BOX SCORENo. pensatlon.The .
(R.), Virginia which would cific Fleet. widow must June married
allow service people the same I dents. Quota Per-
*
I theeterau prior to the, expiration
tax benefits now enjoyed byI Sen. Met cent
Of those latter groups, prior to ot 10 years after the end
,/ nurses, policemen and other Commander Swanson devotedhis Brig 0 3 300.0
reporting to their 1 respective of Ute Korean war, a date yet
civilians who must wear uni- talk to organization of the NATTCenter 190 284 149.5
fleets, three will report to Pen- to be net. No ro..p..nHaUen In
forms. Poff's bill would limit Cecil Field 15 18 120.0
carrier air group and the part sacola for Flight Training, 14 to I payable to flip wid.. w unless
the uniform deduction I Medical 2 2 100.0
expense which the students could expect Maintenance-! Officers School, 8 there wan continuous 1iahlta-
: to $200. Poff said that Reservists Dental 1 1 100.0
:1 should be given some to play when they received or- to Ordnance School, 5 to Naviga IRD 1 1 100.0 lion with person, who served
tion and Bombadier School 5 to
from date of marriage to date
sort of relief because it is dif Special Services 4 3 75.0
Electronics School, 8 to CIC of death except where there" was
l ficult for them to earn any There Are Such Operations 14 10 71.4
uniform allowance.Center School, and 6 to Ground Control- Security 5 3 60.0 a Reparation! which teas. due to

f ed Approach Operators School. Reserve Fleet 75 43 57.3 misconduct of, or procured by,

<, Things Here As Among the graduates were four Grn. Cv. Spgs. 30 17 56.7 person who served and without
aviation engineering duty officers
'NXReopens FAW-ll 43 23 53.5 fault of widow
who assigned to
Fishing RegsFishing billets were appropriate Supply-Fiscal 26 13 50.0 Parents may be paid compensation -

with Public Works 25 11 44.0 provided they are dependentupon
The honor student, Ensign O & R 00 35 38.8 their deceased son who died
fanatics are reminded Larsen, has reason to be proud Communications 3 1 33.3 in service or as the result of ser-
'New Face'Personnel that a state fresh water fishing his in his class. Grad '
I of position Admin. 5 1 20.0 vice-connected disabllit)". Compensation
license is required for either on or I
uating from OCS in March of Naval Hospital 16 3 18.8 paid to the parents will not
at the Naval Air off the base angling. State laws, :
this year, he reported to AGO ComFairJax: 128 20 15.6! educe the compensation to widowor
Technical Training Center arc pertaining to the season, taking of
school for the class which grad-
NARTU 7 1 14.3 children. If parents are not dependent -
proud of the "brand new face"on fresh water fish, and set food shall
However
to this
uated
previous one. Marine Dks. 3 p 0.0 now but In later years
their Navy Exchange. govern the sport aboard this sta
shortly after reporting he Engineers 14 0 0.0 they do not have sufficient Incometo
With complete remodeling fin- tion. contracted pneumonia, and was AIM 5 0 0.0 be self-supporting, they may at
ished in a 10-day period, Comdr. Spots aboard NAS which may be forced to spend some time in the Fla. Mil. Dist. 5 0 0.0 that time apply for death com-
Richard S. Stuart, executive officer legally\ fished, include the 'St.. hospital. >ensation.A .

cut the ribbon tape to reopen John's River, North Shore of Casa _u.u....__.........._> ..._ u< widow loses her entitlement
the Exchange last Thursday Linda Lake, and the station's new r.4. f'-"
f It she remarries Unmarried child-

morning. fishing camp on Mulberry Bay. r-:>t.,. t en normally lose their entitlement -
.
Also on hand to inspect the Personnel are further reminded % Y upon reaching age 18, but it

new asphalt tile flooring, modern that commercial fishing of ::. t ,1 fn t s. 48, g i they are attending a school ap

lighting fixtures, and new any type Is prohibited by state proved by the VA, they may con-
wall and shadow box displayswere tinue to receive death compensation -
Lcdr. John D. Welborn, lawn and station regulations. ;; c %Wki:1: while attending school, but

Navy Exchange officer, and Shrimping' is permitted aboard
not after they are 21 or married.
other officials. the station in the same areas as
Amounts payable are: Widow,
The air-conditioned exchange, fishing with the exception of Casa a I no child, $75; widow, one child,
which is located on Child Streetin Linda Lake. In addition to these ; i f.. .:,' (each additional child $29); one

Building 517, has a merchan- areas, shrimping is permitted on :;i parent, $60; two parents, each;
dise store, a fountain and res- a limited basis from the sea wall in $35.

taurant, a barber shop, tailor the vicinity of Hanger 110. The .
and center. Cus- Security Officer is authorized to
shop telephone Allied Nations Join
tomers can shop at the merchandise issue, through the station police,
store from 1000 to 1800 dai- on a first come, first serve basis In Exercise 'Coronet'
for shrimping r Fontalnebleau, France (AFPS)
ly and from 0900 until 1200 on fifteen permits daily 1
Saturday.For in that restricted area. A cast net -Allied warplanes from nine ot

the convenience of.person- permit is required for shrimping1. the It NATO countries will take

nel, the snack bars, and the mag- As a service to personnel, licen part in exercise: "Coronet" during
the last nine days of July.
obtained from the
be -----
azines, cigarette and candy coun- ses may
from 0700 until Special Services Officer, Building FULL FLEDGED PP COl\ll\IANDER-Capt Arthur S. Born Air forces from Belgium, Canada -
ters
are open and the station (seated), Commander Fleet Air Wine 11. signs the certificate France, Greece Italy, the
2130 daily, from 0900( until2120 930, for fishing, I of Patrol Plane
I making: Comdr Albert R. Barbee (left) VP-5 a Netherlands United
on Saturday and from 1000 until Security Officer, Building 916, for I Commander. Comdr. Henry Lloyd (right, operations officer M Portugal,
2130 on Sunday. cast net shrimping1. FAW-ll, witnesses the ceremony. States will participate.

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VC62 Fosron Six VF-173. VJ-2 Report Largest OCS- Class--. -



I Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons Graduates The largest 972 graduating class!

: In the two-year history of the

VC-6 ._ Navy's Officers Candidate i
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An interesting and educational were Linwood D. i k-;:: ADEAN, School, Newport, R. I. numbered

and Lawrence W. Moran, PR2. Kidd Kids Kidd 972=823 Line and 149 Staff.
visit was conducted to the Merl ill.Slevt'ns -
James R. Eidson AD2 Rear Adm. E. B.
who
entered Taylor, Com-
Shipyard In JAX by several
members of VC-62, including the the Naval Service July 12, 1948, As Kidds Meet mander Destroyer Flotilla Two,

skipper, Comdr. Noel R. Bacon recently signed on for an additional presented the Naval I Reserve
fix years commissions and delivered the
After visiting the power plant, At Local VF-172 commencement address last

machinery shops and block piles, rasnin, Six week.
When kids meet Its no ;
the group went aboard a Navy rarity
Outstanding performance in the --- ---
--'-
T-3 tanker) which was in the yard' However when adult Kldds meet,
Jet Shop has' earned Boyd t:. Fowler
for repairs, and compared accommodations It Is.
AD3, honors as White Hat of
with those found on a the Week. VF-172 had two Kidds meet
earlier. On a floating drjdock they
Enlisting In October 1951, Fow- 7c when Lcdr. Fred C Kidd'le-
another tanker and had
aw a
ler received boot training at San ported to the
squadron as the
chance to view the underwater
'Diego, after which he reported to new executive officer
and the
of the After the
portions ship. NATTC, Jacksonville lor" A'JP( ) squadron duty officer SALTY HUMOR FROM
tour, everyone was treated to re- ,' Ltjg( )
School. In March, 1952, he was Rod I Kidd welcomed him aboard. HERE AND' THERE
fret.hmenls prior to the return to
sent, to AD (A) School, NATTC,
Prior to
NAS. reporting to VF-172,
Memphis, and checked in FasronSix The minister called'at the Jones'
LcdrKidd
On Monday last, Ensigns Gilbeit July, 1952. He has worked in -- Jax was attached to NAS home one Sunday afternoon and
.
L. Haines and James.. McCormack the Jet Shop ever since and made "Ill KIDD" They're just a Overhaul and Repair department little Willie answered the bell, "Paaln't
couple of "Kidds", spelled where her had little chanceto
reported to the ComAltLant his late last home he
present May. announced "He
with
double
a d. In the cockpitof fly the twin engine banshee.
Intelligence School at Norfolk for Fowler is a native of Fayette, one of VF-172's Banshees is lie in went over to the golf club."
reported
three weeks TAD. One of them will Ala., and a 1951 graduate of Berry Lcdr. Fred Kidd, new squad little as a "Blue Bolt"with The minister's brow darkened
be selected to Lt. Thomas ron executive officer, who is more than half an
replace
School Ala. where
High Berry, and
hour In Willie hastened to explain:
greeted by duty officer Lt. (Or) jets behind him. Within
II. Johnson Intelli-
as squadron he lettered in football dining his Rod Kidd. The pair of "Blue 30 minutes after checking in he ""Oh,, he ain't gonna play any golf.

gence Officer when he leaves soon I I junior and senior years lie is currently Bolts" are,not related was up In a Banshee making Not on Sunday. He just went
on a cruise living in Jax with !iris wife
over for a few highballs and
I weren't exactly giving the touch and go landings. a little
A "wetting-down" party held at I Wyncs and plans to make the pin boysan stud poker."
A
'I easy night as they blasted graduate of Holy Cross,
the O-Club to be
was judged one Navy a career. *
*
546 and 528 points respectively Lcdr. Kidd has seen duty with
of the best this season. Lcdr. and Five Good Conduct awards
I I Fighter-Bomber Squadron Nine, Bombers were over the city, the
Tonight the locals meet Jax terminal
Mrs John T. Crobby entertained were presented by skipper Lcdr. sirens
AS' an LSO aboard the USS were screaming and people
and Cohen Bros in a doubleheader -
Preparations are being made Frederick E. Woodward Friday
Essex were- for the
with lacing shelters.
DCNO for air and
for the detachments going to the following the squadron's monthlycaptain's ,at the Springfield Bowling "
with VA-45 and VA-7S before "Hurry up! cried the housewife -
USS Bennlngton and the USS Val- inspection.
to her
a his stint with the NAS Jax spouse
Center.'I
ley Forge for the coming Middle Awards went to Horace O. O&R. "I can't find my false teeth"

Cruises Lcdr. Howard II. Skid- Looney, ADC, his 3id; Willie M -17S called her husband.

more will,be in charge of the first Callie, ADC, his 5th; Charles G. From Air Intelligence Officer's and Almond Dobrzynski, ADAN, "False teeth!" returned the exaspetated -
The latter be Dukes AEC his 2nd Belton K School this week came Ensign
group. will headed ; have returned to civilian life wile "What do you
by Lt. Burna D .Levi. Jernigan, ADI, his 4th; and Emil Doak Worley, who will assume the Good things must come to Lt. think they'le.dropping' sandwiches -

New men reporting in during the F. Zycha, his 2nd. Dukes was also job of squadron AIO. Also welcomed (jg) Jerry R..Pilon in pairs. Re- ?"

past week were Robert C. Church, presented the Navy Occupation aboard this past' week was cently the Pilon's were blessed *

ADAN; Glenn E. Moore, ADAN; Medal with the Europe and Asia George E. Schueten, AOAA, from with an addition to their family, Ever wonder what all those

John J Stoner, AN; Raymond Clasp, plus the China Service NATTC here at Jax. and last Friday Ens. Pilon was catch terms at bargain sales l

Hutto, AN; Robert D. Martin, AN; Award. Scheduled for a stint of instruc promoted to the rank of Lt. really mean? Hete's a few with

Joseph L. Maher, Jr., AN; Michael Fasron's kE'glel's' shut out Mid tor's duty, ,Donald L.. Peterson, (Junior Grade), I. real definitions attached:

V. Case, AD3; Robert V. Burrows, State Steel & Wire Co. 3-0 last ATI, broke the ties with his Jester Mansford G. Farr, SH2, and Priced Lower Than Ever He-

AN; Thomas K. Cook, ATAN; Thursday in the Veteran's Bowling team-mates and headed for wife Connie, announced the fore: We have fastened the price

Douglas P. Chapman, ATAN; Joe League but were unable to NATTC, Memphis, where he'll conduct birth of a son, Mansford Gaston tags to the trouser cuffs

A. Hartsell, AN; Dclbert J. Kras. lengthen their first place lead since classes Farr, Jr. It is the Farr's first. Won't Last Long at This Pike:

nehky, ATAN; Gordon D. Driscoll, "The Still" also won three. Last Saturday evening, officersof This stuff won't wear at any pulse

ATAN and Hubert N. Johnson, Ed Nehls set a new team three the squadron, and wives, gath New Winter Shades: All the

AD3. A goodly number for aweek's game set record with 593 which ered together in the Vertigo Room y apy x ; garments are turning a, strange

time.Discharged, was three pins over the old mark. of the JB.O.Q, Ma Inside, for a shade of green.

this past week Vic" Cieplinskl and Don LaMay little jollification after the CAG- r All Woo} Worsteds: Some are

17 personnel inspection which was worsted than others. .

But There's A Reason held that morning. Features of Arrived Just In Time for the

the revelry included dining and Big Event: The stuff has been .

I, He Cries Every Thursday Morning dancing. SVJ2. kicking around In the store for
three

No Matter How He's Feeling I : years S *

The Weather Squadron Two I'I't "My hen won a prize. It laid two

There's a chief on this station personnel roster took a big leap i ; eggs a day for 29 days running."
'
who, no matter how he feelsen ested we run the groups this past week with a total of "That's wonderful! Think how _
through the gas chamber every 14 men reporting to the squadron. it
Thursday mornings, tries ; many more might have laid if
Thursday morning. We can be It had stopped running."
like a baby and does it un contacted at extension 8509." A draft of men from the USS S S

ashamedly.In Tarawa (CV-40)) has entered the Father
"From
;,, :' !lllll>""r 'f':':' 1 : this day on, you
fact, Deacy Crosslen, AOC, VJ-2 Duty Office so far-eleven get not another cent. You are dead

has cried on Thursday at least in all. Reporting are RaymondP. tome,"

175 times. lIe's the gent who Clark, SN; Omer D. Clayton, Son: "Then you might let me

takes personnel through the SN; Kenneth B. Smith, SN, and have $500 for a decent funeral) "

gas chamber in the ordnance SA's Jerry D. Seals; Paul E. *

_rea. Accompanying him on Painter; Frank E. Osborne; Hen- "That's a beautiful dress you
) e
these tearful trips is Dill Wie- Js ry L. Brown; Paul F. Alizio; nearly have on," they said to Mari-

Band, ADC, who also works in Donald A. Robinson; Donald L. Si lyn. (She was portraying a South

the Atomic, Biological, Chemical Calvert, and Blufus Evans. ern belle In a movie)

Warfare Defense school in However, the ex -Tarawans "Sho' enough?" asked Marilyn
.
Building 168. hold no monopoly among newcomers "It sure does!" was the answer/
)Sn Charles L. Swisher ADC; <, 'f *
Both chiefs have had plenty I
Stewart R. Homewood, AL, and "Being a movie star isn't
ef going through the all it's
Inconspicuous company white buildingthat :.. Joseph Roberts, ALAN, who h t tr15 cracked up to be," said a famous
: have also placed their names on
movie actor. "One
is used for the drills. day you're kiss-

Over 2,500 Navy men and wo- the VJ-2 roster. ing Lana Turner, and Jane Russell
.. Weather "Wonders" took time
the and Marie Wilson-and the next
have through
men come r out to bid farewell to two
k "
chamber with day you're Just a has-been.
rigors of the $
"
"Hunters. Ronald E. Snell, AT3, "Yeah "
nothing worse than a few tears. answered a fan "but

According to Chief Crosslen, 3 > Cancel 100 F3H look where you* *has *been!"

"The only time someone pays
Carrier Jets They're getting out a new lipstick -
through the nose, going throughthe :8J4k'CRYIN'
----- The Temco Aircraft Corporation's with
a glue base One kiss
chamber Is when he dOC5u'tpay OUT
1.0110-Bl11y
scheduled output of about and the man's stuck
attention during the checkIng Joyce, AR, of NAKTU, is cry- on her
100 single-jet, carrier-based F3H *
out period. We've had a ing up a storm and doesn'tgive
( a boot who knows it. fighters has been canceled by the "I like that girl. She has a
,couple of wise guys who horsed
Billy just passed through the Navy. _. beautiful attitude."
around during instruction and gas chamber in the Ordnancearea -of
The F311 Demon Is described
as "Yeah, her longitude isn't so
later literally cried like babies and is feeling the after- LACY!-Absorbing the ut-
affects superior to the Russian MIG-15, bad either"
of having removed his most from the rays of the sun ,
for not paying attention. mask while in the beady atmosphere and its cancellation I Is part of the is pretty Corine Gustafson. t *

lIe goes on, "It's good train- Masks are removed .program announced by Defense The black swim suit is madeof "I'm looking for a girl who
ing and certainly an unusual to give personnel' an Idea of Wilson to gossamer-fine lace and la-
the
Secretary narrow doesntt smoke drink neck""What
nor
what it is like to be caught tex., Folks at Miami Beach
experience. If anyone is inter without protective headgear defense production base were the lucky onlookers. for?"



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NEWS" .
Five
23 July 1953 JAX AIR Page ,.

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.Reproduces. Sound Ol Sub
20% Movie\ Tax Dependent Travel


Seen bill exempting At An EndA movies I Chief's Device Aids Sonobuoy Training I Clarified Home Port's When O'SeasWhat


does Navy man have
.. a
from the 20 percent admissiontax The Navy has always strived -

was approved by the towards perfection in methodsof jEi coming In the way of depend

House Ways and Means com instructing> its future tech ent's travel In the transfer of

mitt e. This means that service nicians in their various fields, a ship front home port Boston

\ personnel will be getting with a good part of the emphasis to home port Naples, Italy?
into motion picture shows, on cost-consciousness and
both on and off station, tax- initiative.One The General Accounting office .

tree The !House !and Senateare fellow at Aviation i straightened out Douglas

expected to approve the Ground Officer's School at N. McIntyre, CSC, who was! sta-

bill. It will then be up to NATTCenter needs no eroding tioned at Green Cove Spilngs,

President Eisenhower for final on any of these points espec- ,. Fla., and transferred to the .
.r
approval of the bill. Aviation Elec- ;
ially initiative. dHNh
barracks ship Mercer. The Mercer -
tronics Technician 1 Chief
: : moved to Boston as home
Michael Boylson, has come up :' t ."
with an instrument called a : s AJi\\ port and then Naples, Italy.

Synthetic Training Device for } Pretty soon Newport R. I. be-
;; ,; ,
r ,
Representation of sonobuoysin came the Milp's home port, The
k ..
anti-submarine warfare. r. 0" chief's family traveled to Boston -

aIN ti ....,.<.';,, Jacksonville Fla., and then '

EXPLAINING his train- ... 1. to N \\'port. '
..'..,..' ,.-..
P ing device, Boylson launchesinto ,';--. <._ ..... >V"'OII'' ""---". .--- The GAO decision pointed out
a detailed explanation Of SONOBUOY GADGET-Michael Roylson, AEC, (Ml) operates that where a new permanent
electronics, potentiometers, selectivity the switches which automatically change the sound receiving station Is outside the United
Another shipment: of new books and while students Ensign Scott Crab-
and logarithmic from one sonobuoy to another travel allow-
-We offer a sampling. exponential curves-all of tree (center) and Ensign William Moore (right) analyze sounds States, dependent
The training ance Is payable from the old
synthetic
Science Fiction; Robot and the considera- and plot positions of the theoretical sub.
which are technical device was developed by Boylson at a huge savings to the Navy permanent station to the port
Man Adventures in Dimension; .
the
; tions applied to building -
of embarkation. When the old
Space Platform. fairly simple looking device. buoys. A maximum of'50' students and differential calculus in permanent station is outsidethe

HOSM-H and ( uns. : Desert' Passage The device automatically reproduces can simultaneously"plot" three weeks His ultimate goals United States, the allow-

; Johnny Guitar; Rawhide the sound of a sub- the position, speed, are a college degree and a ance Is to port of debarkation.Gallon r

Years; Branded. marine as it would be heardon course, bearing and other dataon commission in the Navy. .- -- -
Whodunit Meet me at the of a sub in a given problem. -
a standard pattern sono- -- ...- ..--- ---- - ----
Morgue; Dead, Senate Office -- With the use of his instrument Adds

Building. Training Center Chief Boylson varies KOREA RULED A WAR; Club
Short Stories: Jolly Roger (pirates sound intensity, which represent \
prowl the seas); Team Bells a change in position of the SLEEPING ON POSTIS 20th Member; 559

Woke Me (setting chiefly Oregon POoftheWeekHonors sub. After students have takena
CAPITAL CRIMEThe
In thirteen tales by H. L:Davis); predetermined number of In i-Gallon ClubRalph

Island of the Blue Macaws (collection to I fixes they drop their "weapon"and United States Court of .

by the author of White Engel if they have plotted cor- Military Appeals defined the V. Bartz, AMC, of
Tower River of the Sun etc.) "kill., "Korean conflict" as a highly
(This is the 13th in a weioPetty'OfficeroftheWerk rectly, he gives them a VC-62 became the twentieth
Non-Met : New Guinea and .,erlcaat developed state of war. The member of the Gallon Club

Marlannas: history of the U. S.; the Naval Air Technical, TilE DEVICE HAS added court so decided for court- last week as reported by the
Naval in World War martial purposes in the case
Operations Forces Blood Donor
Armed
Training' CeHtl'rJ.Not greatly to ASW instruction at Marine who convictedof
II, Vol. 8. of a was Center located in the NAS Inv
Lost Trails, lost Cities: Col. only Is William K. Engel l, AGO School by simulating interest sleeping on post and sentenced firmary.

Fawcett's son has edited his fath DK3, a crack shot on figuring pay through( realism: The to six months and a Thirteen new members joined

er's account of other explorations records, but he' also is a crack dollar savings to the Navy is bad-conduct discharge. the Half Gallon Club, increasing .

with an epilogue giving the known shot as a member of the Jax hard to figure but ,Boylson's 1 A board of review cut the the total in that clubto

facts of his disappearance on his Navy rifle team. development cost under $50, sentence of Marine 1 Pfc. 559.

last expedition In the Upper Ama Engel, who works in the Disbursing where similar I l instrumentscost Charles Bancroft to three New llalt-Gallon Club members

ton Jungles. Office in the thousands.. months. Since sleeping on I included: 1

1Z a .1 c Principle. of Military; at NATT-I Boylson himself is an example .. post is a capital offense in Louis N. Baker, 0 & It.
Laws A reference book for study; war time, and only under cer- GM2
Center has been of a man bent on self-im Norman L. Barnaley, y
and information. tain clearly defined circum-
in the Navy provement. He entered the Sub Group 1.
How to Relieve Chapters 01 stances can a special court trya
Eugene Brunk, 0 & R.
since November Navy with a tenth grade edu-
Christian beliefs, showing the way; capital offense, the appeals
&
1950, and cation, obtained his high school Edgar W. Burcll, 0 R.
to happy daily living ruled that the special court- Cecil
Edward Casey AN
,
at the Center diploma through USAFI and
Mr. Tompkins Loams the Fact* martial was without jurisdiction
since advanced his knowledge with Field
January
of Life: Those who enjoyed learn of the case. It also nullified AM2
King D Courtney ,
,
1951, one of the night school, college extensionarid
Ing things from Gamow's prev -- the whole procedure. .
I Fasron 6.Richard
I arrivals correspondence courses,
Ions books (Romping Through Engel early obtaining an equivalent of two In the eyes of the law, the J. D'Angelo, AG3,
Physics, etc.) and those w h ehaven't heie. training. trial by special courtmartialjust VP-3.
college
tried his unique scientific< Prior to joining the Navy, Engel years
It SN Fas
didn't
While attending the School happen. was suggested Joseph W. Delaney, ,
style will find this new one a attended Temple University that Navy and Marine ron 109.James.
Guided Missiles he waded
in Business for
treat I at Philadelphia, majoring I authorities give "serious consideration" F. Garner, AOAN,
essentials of intregral
Fiction: Dark Angel: The fft( I Administration. through to the plea of the VA-175.

of Constantinople in 1453 is the< accused that he should not Loans: N. Handberry, Public
background for another excellent Line Crew At VF-103 Looks ForwardTo again be tried for this offense. Works.

novel by the author of The Epypt. Herbert L. Smith, GM3,

Ian Its Daily Cooling-Off PeriodThere's Sub Group 1.
The Florentine: A novel based Commissary Closed 28-30: James E. Thompson, GM3,

on the life of Cellini is full of art, a to beat the
way Store will be Sub Group 1,
do we know They'ie the coolest, The Commissary !
action, intrigue, romance and all heat! The line crew of VF-103 and pave the most seeds around closed: for inventory from 1230, Jack W. Yerndt, ATAN,

the ingredients of good reading, has discovered how to keep cool their feet July 28 until 0900, July 30. Fasron 109.

The Chieftain: Trfe last, losing and get fed at the same time, .
IMV MJFv d.1jf
battle of an Indian tribe to hold and pity the poor soul who may ...

its hereditary lands. Western romance -I chance to stand in the way of "II: ,.

in a setting of true gallan this hard-charging crew. I

try.The The whole thing4 started when f.,....... .
Singer not the :Song: A someone suggested what a re- t 1.

Mexican strong man terrorizes his fresher a slab of watermelon

village while a brave priest tries would be on a torrid day Edward

to bring peace and happiness. Willey, ADI, leaped to the fore
Well told story of the forces of vat this point with the information -

good and evil. that he could get the melons

Eagle and the Moon: Another wholesale, and with no more nor R

historical novel for the many who less than a solemn nod of agree-

enjoyed the authors popular Cop- ment all around, everybody

perhead Moon. pressed his money on melon-
Sagas of the Mounted Police:: buyer Willey.
The title tells that here is action
Now, it's a regular thing I
and adventure plus.
around the VF-103 spaces each
day at 1000 and 1400, at which
"There was no soap in the bath-
times everybody takes a short
room so I made up to the maid.
breather and puts away a portion -
"
"]low did make out?
"you of watermelon.A _...... 0"_. "..
"No soap
e r natural subject for concernIs GOES GOOD ON HOT DAYS-When all planes are up and likewise the temperature, these

"What's the matter up at Tom'shouse 'of course, who the champ is line crewmen of VF-103 keep cool with slabs of watermelon they acquired wholesale Digging Into
contest. No records the juicy melons are (kneeling, left to right) John Veal, ADI; Joe Hlrko, AD3; Pete Koletsos, AN;
this
? in eating Carl Brewton, ADI: Dud Bank, AD3; John Ellison, AD3; Leonard Bostlc E1; Lloyd Mallot AMAN.
'They're taking him away in the are kept, but two men are I Standing: Dick MCNall,. AN; Joe Neighbors, AN; Dale Stapp, AT3; Glenn Mitchell, ADAN; Pat
ambulance for beating his wife." recognizably out in front. How Patton, AN, and Douglas Shelton, AT3.



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-STATION IM CHAMPS-Fasron 109 softballers hold the coveted all-stalion softball
championship by virtue of their victories in two playoff tilts with AE School NATTCenter champs,
mioWith last week. The 109ers, Mainside\ champs, downed the Student Electricians 5.0 and 114.<< Team mem-
bers are, front row (left to right) Dayton Sly (trainer), Jim Moore, Clyde Scott, Bob Grossman, I
Earl Shaler, Dick Glenn,'Chuck Petty, Linwood Gray and George Tippen. Back row: J. M.\ Carmichael
(coach), Tom Herrman, Don Sewalt, Dennis Dietrich, Bill Batson, Don Glidewell, Bill Madden
___._.._Joh" M. Charvat and Albert Lelmer (assistant coach). .

Look for newcomer Tommy McCrone to smooth out some

of the wrinkles in Jax Navy's hot-and-cold lumber unit as All-Station IM Diamond RODS andNIMRODS

the Fliers shoot the works for recognition in the Sixth

Naval District Baseball Tournament next week at Pensacola.
Crown To' Fusron .109
In his first five trips to the plate, McCrone lashed

out two singles and a triple to drive across three tallies. '
"Ace o the base" Don Glidewell was the*difference as Many fishermen were rained
The former Andrew Jackson prepster played errorlessball Fasron 109 shunted AE School, 5-0 and 11-4 for the All- out last weekend as a result of

in three positions, catcher, outfield and second base. Station intramural softball title last week at lighted Enterprise heavy thundershowers, but

} diamond. they're back again with reserva-
Fresh from ANP( ) School, Norman, Okla., the hustling The deft Fasron 109 righthander tions at the NATTCenter Fish
in AOA) School) at NATTCenter. hurled to open the initial chapter in the
is
Jaxon currently-enrolled no-hit ball to win the opener Shack for this weekend.
Pittsburgh signed him after high school graduation where- and was nudged for a scratch second game for Fasron 109. He Spear-fishing, honors went to
scored on Bob Grossman's single
upon he was farmed to Brunswick, Ga., the Pirates' Class D single by the Student Electricians and an error by Rosarle Maniac! the Marine Corps with William
In the second fray Burke and Curtis Huey pumpingthe
affiliate in the Florida-Georgia, League. Bill Madden's fly bail to right scored
Bill Darnell of AE School was javelin into-a six-pound bar-
oSgt. Grossman and Carmichael followed -
equally effective from the moundin racuda in the north jetty area.
with a bases empty home
Joe Hawkins of NATTCenter Special Services, for- the initial contest, but errors run. Both are attached to MAD.
.
irier Yee High School athlete, will return to his alma mater pass balls and wild pitches provedhis *
Fasron
109 picked four
downfall. Coach J. M. Car up more While sme anglers like the
teacher and coach in Cameron, Texas, this September. tallies
A* a in the second. Earl Shaler,
life such
michael and Third baseman tagged rugged as spear fishingand
An assistant track coach to Paul McCoy, Hawkins has Darnell for doubles, but.neither of Bill Balston and Dennis Dietrich underwater fishing, Sgt. Joe

conducted shop work classes at the Center's AN(P) Schoolin them figured in the.8CCH"lng.Glidewell strolled before Herrman delivered Hawkins found out the easy way
with a two run single. Herrman '
addition to officiating football, basketball and baseball. Fn rang the run register: on an outfield produces results.
Glidewell walked three and, hit He kept hi-line in the watersof

His work at Yoe High School will include assistant one to give AE School base runner boot. Nassau Sound, around May-

football and baseball coach and track coach. Hawkinshas ., but he whiffed an even dozento Herrman Knocks In .Five port so long without a nibble
threat. In the third, Linwood Cray ..alnled ,- that he fell asleep. A warningcry
been attending Florida State Coach Bud Kennedy'sbasketball prevent Any
Tom Herrman walked to leadoff and Shaled was safe brought him around and he
Shortstop
clinic here the past week. '. on a fielder's choice. Moore was reeled in a flounder that takesup

hit pitched ball and plenty of in his ice box.
by a the sacks space
The husky Leatherneck graduated from Southwest Texas Eager Response were jammed. Dietrich lofted a The fish was hooked in the back!

Teachers College. During his tenure there, Hawkins lettered run-producing fly ball to right and .

as a high and low hurdler. Given Opening Herrman unloaded with a blue Junior State Golfers

darter circuit clout to left center,
Football Session accounting for his fifth RBI. Housed Al NATTC
J. M. "Hoag)' Carmichael, llayng'coach of Fasron
AE School put together a fifth NATTCenter will house over
109's station intramural softball champions told this depart-
Weather conditions preventeda
inning rally which was good for 50 young Floridians for three :
ment Tuesday he noted a marked improvement in the overall full turnout at the opening of four unearned runs. Glidewell days, all here for the Stale Junior '

operation of the intramural program here. Jax Navy varsity football practice matched his first game strike out Golf Tournament sponsoredby

Monday but nevertheless, total with 12.,Darnell fanned seven the Jacksonville Junior i
"The officiating and general sportsmanship) of all participants station gridmcn answered the in relief Chamber of Commerce.

is noticeably better than last season," forwarded the call in heartening numbers to indicate Hanging from 12 to IB-years
the Line score, first game:
genial chief. "It was a long season, but we enjoyed it and met with enthusiastic coming season will be Ffliron IM .... .. Orx1201 2-5 2 3 old, the lads represent a much
hope to fare as well next year." Richard response. AK School .... .. 0)0000 O-O 0 3 larger group which will be guests:
Lcdr. V. Donahue
. Glidewell and Dietrich; Darnell invarious places of the city.
Continuing, Carmichael said candidly, "We had a NAS Special Services Officer, and Bel Iran. Golfing will occupy most of theyoungsters'
was on hand to answer questions
ball club but Pitcher Don Glidewell the dif time during their
good was concerning Second game;
availability, practice
however hours will
extra
stay, ,
ference in winning losing every game. Our hitting and hours.rquipment and the sched AE School! 000 OtO 04 t 3
I )'asron 104 311 OOU x-11 6 'l be spent in tours of the different
fielding ranked on just an even par with a number of ule, which at this juncture *numbered Glidewell re<1erion.and Darnell Ulrtilch.(4)) and Smith; units, schools and facilities.
teams 'we faced." only five games
Issued Gear Tuesday

Carmichael went out on a limb to pick VJ-2 and VP. Gear was issued Tuesday un

as the best two teams Fasron 109 faced in the intramural der more favorable skys and the

elague. "That's discounting Al Bullard's fine pitching for methodical job of conditioning
and orientation was underway
VC-62," he quickly added. with Lt. Dick
(jg) Maylander, w dr
: prospective head coach, at the YJ
.
helm.
Station anglers will have the benefits of sage advice at Maylander hurridly pointedout

their finger tops within the next few weeks as Chief Roy that personnel from any ft'r ''

Parr, in charge of the NATTCenter Fishing Shack, plans to command iri the Sixth Naval District .

release the first in a series of articles for the Jax Air Newson were eligible to compete i

"How Where and With What to Fish." with Jax Navy if a varsity was } <1 j ... w..a.Y'r'x.',
not fielded at their respectivebase. I ;" \' :
':a9 '
Should prove to be an asset for numerous fin-minded .

neophytes who have the desire and equipment, but lack the Workouts Held Dally : "' : :
Primarily affected by this or- ; .
know-how. der are personnel from Cecil ;<: '; '
.
I'
Field, Mayport, Sanford, Green .
r sfs
We'll relinquish this space next week to ProfessionalJack Cove Springs and Glynco. .;;

Harvey ,who'll diagnose Sixth Naval District links Workouts are being staged (, ...._ ;- ..oiK.__. ......." ._ ',i I;.:mrw.lE! ; i $... ;o.r:: :,,.::t.:,.:.,..1
daily, Monday through Friday,
ehampion Erwin Scott's game, observing the finer points from 1600 to 1745, on the prac SPEAR FISHERMEN-The old rod and reel are too tame for
this trio of sportsmen who seek their fish in "hand to hand" corn.bat.
of Scolty's unorthadox mannerisms. tice turf adjacent to Varsity They are members *f the Jacksonville Underwater Sports.
Field, corner of Yorktown and men who seek their "finny folk" with snorkels and underwater
Harvey will neither tear down nor build up Scott's game, Mustin. Candidates should report masks. Left to right are Jim Patterson, PNSN; Henry Thomas,
but rather will give you readers a clearer understanding of to Maylander immediatelyupon TD3 and Ben Nietser, DNS of NATTCenter. Personnel interested
in joining the club can contact these men or William Wyse, PHI,
the mechanics he uses to play: winning golf. arrival. at the Center photo lab. -
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23 July 1953 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven I


: New Links Mark


.k tk Established With



Five Under 67With


the scent of his victory in

the Sixth Naval District Golf

Tournament the day before still in

the air, sharp shooting Erwin

Scott shattered the NAS course

record with a five under par 67,

Saturday morning

Aided by six consecutive threes,

the sixth through the Hth hole,

E Scott bettered his old mask of 68,

touring the front side in 33 and

k back In 34.

GOLF TOURNEY HIGHLIGHTS the picture left, above, Rear Adm. Osborne B. Ilardison (center), Commander Fleet Air The Green Cove Springs links-
Jacksonville, presents the Individual Sixth>Naval District championship trophy to Erwin Scott of Jax Navy. Capt. Burnham C. MrCaf* man was playing in a Blind Bogey
I free, (left) commanding officer of NAS lax, host for the event, looks on. Team members of Navy Memphis, right, above, check the foursome which included B.b Wfll-
.wore board after successfully defending the team title. Gene Towry (left) Hellcat medalist and runner-up to Scott, points out totalsto
teammates left to right) Joe McDonald, Larry Bartlett, Don Collet and Ben Jennett. lax Navy finished second in team standings lace, Pete Gardner and C. E. Summit -

with Parris Island third and Key West fourth. and his fine round more than
: enabled him to walk away with

District' Softball 'Scott Finishes Strong low gross honor

RECORD IJKKAKINO CARD

Tar Out . .. . 84.1 4.V4 44-.11SroU
Meet Underway let ... ....... 543 4iJ 33J: -SJ

6ND Links CrownTouring Par In .......'.. ,. 443 !S44 34-!SSroU '
At Green CoveThe Cops Winning!. ...number...... drawn. 3
Sixth Naval District Soft t 4 the final round in GO, three strokes under reg- hat for blind bogey awards was a

ulation figures, Erwin Scott of Jax Navy staged brilliant 79, netting Bill Mittner ((91-12))
ball Tournament
was in full comeback to win the 1953 Sixth Naval District Golf Tournament and John Englander ((154-75)) a

swing yesterday afternon at with a 72-hole total of 289 on the hazardous NAS first place tie. Harry Webb (84-6))

Green Cove Springs with the course. was second with a 76.

Jax Navy Fliers rated a good bet Weather conditions were extremely ---- --- ---- Englander's performance beam
Towry used 72 strokes the final I
to reach the finals, slated Saturday favorable through most round, even par for the local out Professional Jack Harvey'

afternoon. of the four day tourney which course which measures over 6,700 statement, "Anybody can win the

Five games were scheduled the ., : saw Navy Memphis nose out Jax yards from the first tee to the 18th blind bogey, so don't let a poor
first tournament directors to successfully defend its District score prevent from playing."
day as green. Scott's deft putting touch you
indicated a swift cutdown team championship.Scott and'his ability to stay down the The young NATTCenterlte with

the 10 team field would be made. a game competitor when middle on his long shots provedthe MAD wag out in 72 and back in .
'
,
the chips are down, trailed NavyMemphis'
Sharing the favorites role with telling point of the tourney. 82.
five
Jax Navy were host Green Cove % AY Gene Towry by Sharing third place were Bill Third number (sawn was 73,
strokes after the second round,
Springs and Navy Memphis. Scarbrough of Jax Navy and Ben shared by William Gilbert (87-14)<< )
but into the final 18 had whittledthe I I
Coach Tex Goodson named his Jcnnelt, member of the Hellcat's and Jim Stansbury (85-12): .

ace right hander Ed Johnis to f' Attention deficit to was a single quickly blow.focusedto champion team Both tallied 295's I I M

hurl the opener with Moe Hassan to edge Buck Williams of Pensa Tank Meet
the Towry.Scott battle whenit I Georgia
behind the plate. Pairings for the : cola, first round medalist with a
SWEET PUTTER-Dlslaylnr! was virtually assured that
tourney had not been made by affection for the putter which Navy Memphis was home free 72, who finished at 296. On Tap For FliersFifteen
press time. helped him to the Sixth ND The Jax Total points in team competition -
with the team
crown.
The local's roster included Golf crown is Erwin Scott of were Navy Memphis ((1197)), swimmers from Jax
Jax Navy The prolific Scott Navy perfectionist gave par a two will north Friday to
Jax Navy (1204)), Farris Island Navy go
Art Gabirele, Bobby Boggs, came from behind with a final stroke beating going out, Friday, .
Dick for. two-stroke (1238) and Key West ((1245). Pen- Jake part in the Crackerland
Ralph Baughan, Engstrom, round of 69 a and came back one stroke under
Bill Hoffman Gerald Thomas, victory over Navy Memphis'Gene fashion 69. sacola, NATTCenter Jax, Swimming and Diving Cham
to a nifty I
Carl Polan, Ronald Bell, Nick Towry... -. -.- I Charleston, and MAD Memphisdid pionships at Athens, Ga.

Proscia, Rollyn Trotter, Tom not finish.Recipients Swimmers making the trip are:

Hedrick, Paul Mitchell, Clyde I Fliers Eye 6ND Diamond I I of special awards Ed Lucitt, John, Chumney and

Hatch, Charles DiOrio, Bob Dar were Ed Darfler, Pensacola, closest Joe Collins, divers; Charles Bycr-

nell, Johnis and Hassan. to No. 3 pin the first day; Por ly and Chuck Walden, breast-

Jax Navy suffered an 8.6 setback At PensacolaJax ter Stark, Parris Island, longest i stroke; Larry Casio, Lor i in g
to Drew Company in its' Tournament drive On No. 3:> the second day and I Holmes, Steve Popach, Frank

. initial game of the second half I I most birdies third day; low roundof Piorkowski and Britta Rein-

.. Men's City League. Defendingfirst I Navy gazed abjectedly ahead at the second half I the tournament went to Scott hardt, free style; Jack Isole and

half champions, the Fliers' leaders in the hot City League as the Fliers found themselves with his 69. Ray Weems, backstroke and free

are considered likely prospects I in a "produce or school's out" situation insofar as I R.ool'I.TS:! style and Jim Lowman, Bob

to make it two straight. I IFliers' I games with Hardajre, tonight, and McDuff Hardware, Friday ( Scott 74-71.7I.72-2U1 UN) 75-75-70-69-284; JemwM: TowrvNM NM 1)) Wentworth and Dick Roy med.
74.78.73.70-295! ; Rpaibiouuh IJNI( 75. ley.
are concerned. 71.76.71-295: ; NVIlllami < P) 72-76-77-71
j -:2%; Collctt I Coach Frank McCaffrey's warriors represented.The Dada (PI) 78-72-m.73-J02;; 'V8llareJN Pcornoa -llJ Niii7ljl) : M.81=:32Younre :;
Farings failed in initial tests with I ( ) 77.74.78.76-305; nouee riay_-pM. 'AI R N TItIt! Pet. Fliers are on the road 78.79.807; Carlcna (PII 76-HO-7V76 I (P) 76.8258.78-314 ; Ilenrh (N A'lTC)
Mrtrott, 2t 1 ft 2 S 4 a..WO both Hardage and McDuff and asa Moultrie Ga. -307; \\ It/si! KW) > 81.74.77.76-JO8; > : 7 .8.81.116-323; Stalk IPI) 146.3-76-116
Adams, I 2 :S 1 1 1 0 .5 410> nestled in'third Saturday at Piather 4P1 7'.79.74-8Z-i08! CametNATTC -323; weeks 1 IC S. 8\.oilO-"l-I!\ : :
l.ultrtll M 65 1M! U (fit; 124 roll .S4I result are now seeking revenge from the semipro ( ) 75.73-T7.84-m9': : bulk (KW) 1 Seese Alba) 79.82.\10.87-:128\ : ( I'ubman'CN
Nora, e 8. Z6.J on IlK 134 7. .:.MIll place with a 3-2 slate. The Hardware 74-76-7981,. 310: McDonald (NM) 7.V ) 85.8.18.\.HO-i3I' Hollon MM( ) *')-
",",. of 1:1: 1 1 1 1 .:.HISKix.bl.iKh nine which defeated them 77.82.76--3IOIA.: (PI) 74x79.7&81512; 7!>8484-W>-:3.12: ; Ford 3b 18 41 11 14 Jl J V\ .!I2Mm nine paces the circuit, having at Gaidnrr JN) 79.5.75.76-315!\ : : ; Young -333; Moore CN) 788:) 84-.133:
here, April 30, 31. Sunday }rtlHt INM) 81- Lailmer 4CNI A1183: -l48.80-:433. Maltby l
p :.It: M 11 81 at 1* .SlAbtliM. of five decisions, 4PH & -IIJ.78-31T: ; .
lost one Clark (KW| 70-8,1-78-KO (MM) SO8184 8&- :310; Viva (NAIVIU)
tf U JhO .12 54 82 :22 sod! I Woodstock: the locals have aLeague 52.77.78-918; :
Yip. If hO !2.1 44 51 lit Rft .:85NOHwtye while Hardage is in the runner- 320; Chaff (NATTC) 82-7981.78-320; 81-84-89-350.: .
); III 62 242 44 04 DO .It .284 I breather, In Post Nine.
Nwlf. 2b r>0 I U.J 47 47 HI It .:217/ up slot with a 5.2 record.Of .
. .'OIIh1l1, Ih 80 220 U lit! PI 34 ..218Nekr.ol Fort McPherson unloaded for a
P 3 4 0 1 I 0 .28)4Rrnnett. ) I primary importance is the total of 80 bases, the net resultof y
P 24 81 12 14 18 A :41 Sixth Naval Tournament which I
AiD, It U 31 II 1 11 1 ,2'Jd: 33 base hits which included 14
boner. It 1:1: 42 11 P 10 II ,214hblllO..ki. opens Wednesday, July 29, at .
P 4 II :S 1 II 1 ,.182h.rry home runs, to sweep a two game
lit 1 1 0 II 0 1 ..ouu8rtter.n Pensacola. The host Goslings arefavored and
the 15.6
series from Fliers, ,
r ::1 8 0 0 I/ II ,.fA4)Pdchrr I District
to repeat as
16-8, at fenceless lIad kin Field.
,Th. G "H II SO W L ,ct. I champions with a field of five to
tatter, I :3 22 21 II J. I 41 1.000 be The locals managed three
!.u"'teli." R :2 14 21 12 8 1 4) Lunnksr4. eight commands expected to
L JM 11.1 08 4M 02 10 4 ..214Rraecdt round-trippers in their own behalf 1
R 14 fill a U 61 I 4 ,8d2Rub)44 authored by Tom Neely, Ira'Abelson k }
) 1 l. 1tJ: JR 22 11 S Z 1 .082Aduee
a 2: II II S 1\ II 0 ,411)1)' Fasron 109 J FavoredIn II and Bob Horne, and inI
S ete.arl. t. 3 II 13 It 4 0 1 ..000Rrleted ;
)I.. 2f1S 281 18A 1:11 U 18 813: I the series ran up 18 hits for. 27
Diamond Journey total bases. S ago < j

Five of the best softball League wins were recorded

Center Marines teams to represent naval aircraft against Post Nine, 6-5, and n yq.j

squadrons in Florida arrived Great Southern, 100. Ralph

Cop Loop Fray here this week to com- Bennett ((8-4)) squeezed out the ..
in the Fleet Air Jacksonville
NATTCenter Marines boosted pete decision over the tenacious I

heir record to two wins and a Softball Championship Generals, while John Rubinow- r 't.y

tie after taking a game from Tourney which began yester ski (%-1)) limited the. Truckersto 4I I .

NARTU by forfeit and battlingCity day.Favored Fasron 109, local six safeties for the shutout.
;
Utilities to a 1-1 tie in recent Tempers flared Friday nightat
i tat Jon I intramural champs, I II
Commercial League activityin heads the list of entries. San. Woodstock as Hardage fulfiU-. I LEARNING HOOP TRICKS-Women as well as men basketball .
Jacksonville. based Fasron 51 and a ed a long awaited desire by defeating players, coaches and officials looked in on classes offered by
League play continues tonight Cord Jax Navy, 126. Several Lcdr. Hud Kennedy, at NATTCenter gym. Lcdr. Kennedy, in private
Key West Fleet Air Detach- close plays, could easily have reversed lift head cage mentor at Florida State, conducted the clinic
with N ART U tackling Akra ment have entered the double but the Fliers for both service and civilian personnel He is shown in front withLouise
Brothers and the Leathernecks elimination tourney along the decision, Brag, of Great Southern. Standing are (left to right)
were on the short! end of all Lrhan l'atrlrl.O'Neil, S.lrlCard"'II :
Anne ,
bumping into the powerful City with Fasron, 6 and VC-62. Phyllis Westerman, Mary
Firemen. counts Joanne West! and Norman Filer: all of Jax Navy.




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Pago Eight JAX AIR NEWS '23 July.-1953

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mmmm LIIk Jax SelectedContinued

( from Page 1)

ed in filling: as many of these overseas .
(Items offering for sale articlesof
positions as possible from

property such as washing machines persons residing; in this area. He

automobiles, furniture radios, urges those Interested In overseas

fJothing and the like are prohibited as x I I employment to contact the Indus .

by Defense Department trial Relations Department, tele.

regulations This column will, however 4. 44 F phone' 2-7711, extension 684, and

list such services as available Y I make arrangements for a personal

housing, rides wanted and lost and ti ; Interview.A .

found tides or other similar .i lepiesentatlve of the depart

,notices.! ) ? N. ment will be available to furnishall

Hut RENT information regarding trans.
W k .cs'.r'a re'
s. C poitatlon, living conditions, salary
Finn 4 1'1)apt, $70 mo, 3859 Hers-
ies, terms of employment and other
-chell. Mrs Clark.
; data..
Single or dble rm, avail Aug 1, .

ph. 8-3959, Mrs Furlong

,Furn 5 rm house, 4732 KingsberrySt Jax ChosenContinued

ph. 3-106..,, .Mis. Gwaltney.
4 2561 Oak, Riverside ( from Page 1))
rm apt ph.
,. _
-- n A"
: %2445, Mrs Spencer. capital letter),
There's variety of machines, good for wood or metal work, .
Furn 2 2580 $50 mo I Eastern Naval. District" (croup-
tms, College ,
/ on hand at the well-stocked Hobby Shop. Lee Wright, AD2, (left)
First Third Fourth FIFTH
Mrs' A vera. and Patterson AM3 make of wood and ,
,_ .. __ __ _..,___. _.. Roy Rood use the grinder '
.m Sixth, Eighth, Ninth i Tenth and
Furn 2 im garage apt, 2756 College Khaver.What's. ,
I I
Boatbuilding is a hobby which --- -- -
$65 6-0431 Mrs 15th Naval District and a combined
mo, ph. ,
has grown ,In popularity at the
Young. NAS Hobby Shop. All necessary Your Pleasure Potomac-Severn River. Naval
Furn rru, ph. '4-0396 after 6 p.m., tools may be checked out Command' team

Mrs. Bates. at the Bear locker Applyingthe Atlantic; Fleet I t Croup -- CIN-

2 ms, kit. pilv., 949 Wolfe St, ph. craft screws I it on Richard his nearly Schwerdt-finished CLANFLT Atlantic }i'leetIn It II

8-1964, Mis. Alexander. feger, BM1.Urge., Hobby Shop Has It and shore based units .operatnig
2 rms in private home, 3536 St. -i -- under. the Commander in Chief,

John's ph. 2.7890, Mrs. Fenton. V. S. Atlantic Fleet There will be
EqualMedicare Addition of new features and
Garage apt, 4332 Irvlngton' ph. facilities makes the NAS Hobby ,Ino interference with operating

2-1441, Mrs. Poppell. schedules. ,
at Mainside better
ForDependents Shop a
1 rm, shaie'home, $35 mo, 2-7398, Wentem Naval Diitrlrt (froup-
place than ever to spend those
Mrs Wethlngton. ELEVENTH: Ewelfth, Thirteenth,
leisure hours.
3 rm apt, 112 E. Ashley, ph. Fourteenth and Seventeenth Naval
I Located in Building 896, the
4-5676, Mrs. Str'adtman. Districts.
renovated Hobby Shop of-
now
'2 4.5676, Mrs Stradtman. AFPS The Pacific Fleet Croup, COMSKRPA ; -
rms. ph. Washington ( ) fers facilities for wood and
Unfurn 3 rm apt, 1514 Dancy St., equalization of medical and dental leather craft, model airplane C- -Same basis as Atlantic I i
Fleet) Group--not to Interfert with
2-0724, Mrs Reiser. "
ph.
care for all eligible dependents of ttd building, ceramics, photographic
.... Furn. 2 $52.50 2816 operating schedules
rn'apt, mo. a work boat furniture
military personnel has been recom- building, .--a.. -
Harvard, Mrs. Bosworth. equipment, and tools forcar
Furn, apt, 519 K. Adams, ph 5.8079 mended to the DefenlleDepart WOR
repair, plus many, many BroadwayContinued
Mr. Llndquist.Unfuin ment. more hobbies and pastimes.
3 im apt, $55 mo, 820 ( from Page 1)
The recommendation was contained
Murray Drive, ph. 2-0578, Mrs INSTALLMENT of a new kiln tie "Walt Disney's: Original Voiceof
in a report submitted by Donald Duck" to the
Logwood. unique
has increased the interest in
Furn 2 rm apt, $42 mo, 814 Murray the Citizens Advisory Commission ceramics. All materials such as distinction of having been the

Drive, ph. 2-6383, Mrs Collins. on Medical Care of Dependents of clay are provided by the Hobby only American soldier (during

Furn 3 rm apt, 2148 RosHelle, $40 I Military" ,Personnel. Shop at minimum cost World War II) to make a debutin

I mo ph. -5161, Mrs' Emery. L Italian Grand Opera. He is
In the of
The report emphasized that SY A process being
4 rms, day or night, 2601 Park, ph. completed is the photographiclab. Joe Dean Allen, who started in
medical care has been confinedto
)4' 8-2770, Mrs. Houston. those VY43 Included are three developing the Irving Berlin Musical "ThisIs
living conveniently near
Furn 3 rm apt, ph. 8-2861, Mrs military medical I 1 installations rooms, a studio for taking The Army" and has appearedon
Ed Sullivan's "Toast of the
Smith.
Those living at a distance were portraits, dryers, retouching "
Share 5 rm home, 3047 College, ph. Town
apparatus, enlargers, and practically
eligible, but generally medical attention
23552Iiss Cason. was beyond their reach. A new deep ceramic kiln is everything else which Kay Carole, ventriliquist, is

Share 6 im house with widow, just another of the many new can be found in a fully equipped sometimes called the "Female Ed-

ph. 7-4255, 2887 Lenox, Mrs features at the NAS Hobby photographic lab. gar Bergen" Tommy, her dum.
The Commission. recommendedthat Shop. All equipment for mak-
.
Moot my and Kay possess an excel.
the be ing and baking of ceramics is
Furn'2 bdrm house, 8528 Matera present system supplemented available. Jackie Harte, ADAN, ONCE TilE PHOTO lab Is in lent command of many lang

Ave, ph. 112-8-3244 Mis. Sadler. by the use of civilian is one of the first to use the operation, trained photographers uages, and their "ad lib" and prepared .

I Furn 2 rm apt, $10 wk, 2929 Wal facilities when military facilities kiln. will be on hand to offer acts are full of laughs.
ate not available. To prevent excessive
ler St, Mrs. Davis advice and aid in dark room The show also spotlights dancers

2 bdrm apt, 2755 :Myra, ph. 7-8223, demands, it was recom- "Prowlers"Continued I technique.One Bobby Day and Babs, who
mended that the patient be required
Mr. Dodd of the most popular facilities have just recently closed the Pal.
to the first $10 plus ( from Page 1)
2 bdim house, Lakeshore, $100 pay is the equipment and ace Theatre and Leon and Eddie's

mo, ph. ext. 789, Comdr. Gul- 10 percent of the remainder of ,' Harry Rolka and Ensign John spare parts section for auto- Supper Club in New York; Paul
the bill for any one illness tre-ated' Nichols.
lette. mobiles. Enough equipmentand ine Alpert, whirlwind pianist;

Wanted to rent: Rm in private for by civilian doctors. Single "E's" were garnered at parts are available to paint, and Lou Merker, pianist-leader.

Mother and 1 year old child, ph. if a 25,000 feet by Lcdr. Tom Lind. I repair, or rebuild 'autos. -- ..S

ext. R180, Mrs. Magdowskl. It wan reported that while the say, Lt Arthur Brooker, Lt. Ron Hours of the Hobby Shop are PO Promotion Bill

FOR SALE broadening of the program would ald DeBaets Lt. Raymond Me- 1400-2200 Tuesdays through
Get House OKA
involve substantial additional expense May
Dannold and William and 0900.1800 Sat-
Will sell GI equity in Lakeshore Ensign Fridays, on
house, $1,050, 5327 Bayciest, I the limitations placed on Knowlton, and at 15,000 feet by I urdays. The building is closed Reserve officer promotion
the types of care should yield substantial I bill, now being studied by an
ph ext. 759 or 2-3750, Mrs. Boy- Lcdr. Kenneth Ruiz and Ensign on Sundays, Mondays and holi-
Armed Services sub-commit
economies. Since under Beal. ,
days.
ette. normal conditions only career per- has a good possibility for quick
( -----
e 8 bdrm house, 5301 Park, avail.
sonnel would be involved, in the House passage, according to
fi
Sept. 1, ph. C. J. Newton, ADC,
s chairman: Rep. Leroy Johnson
long run there would be few who ,
Fasron Six. '
could not be cared for at regular r (R.Calif).
,
4 bdim house, ph. ext. 312, :Mr. t -
military establishments, leading to A1J services were opposed to

Lathan. a progressive decline in costs of L,45'S the amendment which would seta
2b..lnl1 house, 5249 Birkenhead
the progiam. minimum Reserve Officer{
Mrs Davis
Rd ,
; strength for each service: 25,000
The recommendations call for
t bdrm house,. GI equity $1,000, fu4
r for, Marine Corps, 250,000 fpr
for
ph. ext. 789, Comdr Gullette. uniform regulations eligibilityAll :
Navy, 275,000 each for Army and
Regular, Reserve and inducted
S bdrm house, 1193 Hamilton c.h.
8-6934, Mr. Wingate, Cecil Field.S members of the Armed Services on ; +. ty p. fS Air Force. It sets forth that one

bdrm house, $1,500 down 4558 active duty, and retired members per cent of these shall be'generals '

Thmuquana, ph. 2.4818, Mr. would be eligible for pare of their1 two, per cent colonels 1 6.3

Dunne dependents. Parents and p8l'' nts- R per cent lieutenant colonels, 14.7per

f rm house, $4,000, ph. 8-2469, Mr. in-law would be eligible only if cent majors., and so on down

Simms.' actually dependent "and.residing In Yz ,q. the line. .

2 bdrm house, Wesfield, 445 Oak the home of the serviceman.Lost --- S.-. "
Some! girls don't care how much
Lane Dvoracak, VJ-171 ext.
,
; : 1951 Georgia Tech das *, money a man has as long as he's

643. ring between Barracks H and rich

MISCKIJ.AN1COUS: chowhall. It found, ph. ext. 21.1 .* '* .

Ride wanted from Jax Beach, 0730 or Bks. H, compartment D, Leo ,,_ _m.,. "Loan me five dollars, will

to 1610, ph. ext. 8239, Mrs. Benetar. RESERVES ON DUTY-Explaining the operation of this you?"

Cooper. Billet Swap: Dudley Wampler small machine grinder to Charles E. Jourdant, AN, (left) is. "Sorry, but I have but four dollars .

Ride wanted from vicinity of 221 AKAN, will swap with any Lloyd Wilkerson, AMSC (center) and Oscar Line, AMS1.! All and seventy-five cents"

E. 3rd St., ph. 4-0396() after 6 AKAN, contact Wampler, NAAPGlynco three are members of Fighter Squadron 661, a reserve unit from "Well, give me that. I'll trust

p.m., Mrs. Bates Brunswick, Georgia NAS Anacostla, here for two weeks of active duty, you for the other quarter."






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