Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1954
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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To Make Your Life Last, Put Safety First

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

It's True What Carnival For

The Comics Say,

Navy DisclosesThe 1 4 Charity Cited

Navy Department has

recently confirmed comic-i As Success

strip cartoonist Roy Crane's

depiction of cushioned land-

ing decks for aircraft car- Once again the Navy has

riers and a new type of wheel- : engineered and produced the

less plane, according to the i outstanding charity event in

publicity director for King this area.

Features Syndicate. Ideal weather, loyal personnel

This experimental equipment t* and thousands of patrons

has showed up in the strip,'"Buz : 5ii't from Jacksonville all contrib-

Sawyer," which appears in hun- uted to make the 1951 Navy

dreds of daily papers.A Carnival :for Charity a suc-

native of Orlando, Fla., the 9 cess.

creator of Buz spent much of last Figures IncompleteThe -

summer aboard aircraft carriersin bookkeeping Is not yet com .

the Atlantic getting the low- : plete, but early figures from the

down on Navy equipment and Accounting Office Indicate that

procedures 'before beginning a Jax Navy, which Included NAS

naval continuity in his strip. k a Cecil Field, will again contributea

rAfter substantial sum to the annual

.several .cruises Crane i F charity drive this year.

moved to the test pilot training _'MiM+,,_-_,_i.",. _. .k.,( ., This year's Carnival Incorporat.
center at Patuxent River, Md., to ed all the attractions of former
OBSERVE BIRTHDAY-Pausing briefly) from their duties, Nurses at Naval Hospital Jacksonville years and more. So popular was
bone up on the newest experimental gathered last Thursday to honor the 46th Anniversary of the Navy Nurse Corps. Marked with
equipment.Any two major wars and the Korean conflict, the history of the Corps has been one of distinguished the entertainment In El Dorado
similarity between certain service in peacetime and in combat. Music Hall and the Art Mooney

band, that couples were dancing
characters appearing in the "Buz '
Sawyer" strip and certain officers lax Nurses Join Observance Visitors To Station elbow to elbow encircled by a

sonville and men is stationed not coincidental.at NAS Jack The Nurses Give By Boat Must solid and concessions wall of spectators.reported Booths record

Navy Country .
Orlando artist visited this station Observe Rules volume.It
is believed that the attend
several times last fall to sketch Expecting visitors by boat?
Navy personnel working at their Persons coming aboard the ance was the largest in the historyof
46 Years Devoted ServiceNo the five-year Carnival.
jobs. Naval Air Station by way of Thank to All )Hand
the St. Johns river are requiredto
Capt. Burnham C. McCafftee,
In answer to a query about observe certain rules established
of the of the
accounting exploits Navy in combat,
president of the Carnival, has offered .
whether the Navy was investigating in would be by the Security department
or peacetime, complete without citing the efforts his personal "well-done" to
any equipment described of the Navy Nurse Corps, which last week celebratedits those connected with the
above, Naval spokesmen replied: 46th Anniversary. In the past it has been no-
event, which he considered
Js a huge
"The Navy experimentingwith
uceu mat persons nave been
In white who
The women wear
wheel-less type aircraft the Philippines, Guam and aboard entering the Naval Reservationby success.
the gold braid of the Navy, have
He also expressed his
such as the French are using and the hospital ship Solace. way of the river without the appreciation
won times over the respect -
many to the civilians of Jacksonville
'flex-deck many
with the
concept COMDR. YARNAI.L who had proper authorization.
nation and the ,
of a per S for their
.. carrier flight decks now under FACILITIES for splendid support
sonal gratitude of millions of patients been sent to the Philippines in designated which greatly contributed to the
test by the British use by guests are the piers located 1
who have known the com 1939, was ushered out in November results of the 1051 Navy
"However all details concern .
east of the Senior Bachelor
fort and reassurance of tender, 1941, on the last Naval trans. Carnival.
ing the experiment are strictly ,
Officers Quarters, and at
capable nursing care. port to leave before the Japanese Chairman of the Carnival, Capt.
classified. Today an integral part of the invaded the the Special: Services Fish
No concern over Crane's pic- following month Lconldas D. Coates, felt the suc-
Navy, a place earned by hard Eleven Navy nurses were Camp. cess of the Carnival 1 was due to
turization of the
was The use of these faculties Is
work, personal sacrifice and out tured in the Philippines cap-I'
the tremendous effort of the hundreds
exhibited since the artist had received
of (Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5)
standing performance duty,
prior clearance for all (Please Turn to Page 3, Col. of volunteers, both militaryand
members of the Corps are serve
Navy material used in his strip. '....' ....-,.....,. ..."..... '.....,u ... .- Hv '''U'Y''' n.w.. civilian, who so generously
,... ing aboard hospital ships, on & donated their time, and to the enthusiastic
transports, and at' Naval hospitals .
reception by the -
r population
Something New In dispensaries and infirmariesat of Jacksonville and surrounding -
home and abroad.
,,y' counties.
Traffic Violations; Jacksonville, 41 Nayy Nurses pursue

their duties aroundtheclockunder 300 Messages
Aircraft InvolvedFor the supervision of Comdr. :

Catherine E. Yarnall, Chief of Sent HamsThe
the first time In traffic Nursing Services. AdditionalNurse I By

court annals an aircraft, was involved officers
Corps are assignedto W4NEK message center
in this month's traffic vio-
the Naval Air Station Infirmary
one of the major attractions of the
lations. 1
under a separate command. Armed Forces Day exhibits at the

The case involving the aircraft I Comdr. Yarnall's memories of % M % Naval Air Station last Saturday,
is of the 213"violations during
one -
the backto
: Navy Nurse Corps go originated over 300 messages to
the past 29 days. The plane, ::
1936. the has '
Although Corps all corners of the globe during a
however, was not active at the the
grown steadily through years 17-hour period.
time one person inadvertently and had demonstrated its importance The NavAir Amateur Radio

parked his car beneath and during World War I, the
Club members, on hand on a vol.
against the plane.Of ranks at that time numbered less ,w j .p f Y unteer basis to operate the two
the 213 traffic cases handled than 500. There were few benefits Y /
'" 77f I y transmitters, report that all messages -
the most recurrent offensewas no officer rank and salaries I X were delivered' prior to the

improper parking with 73 were low in keeping. with the genera 18th.
violations. This was followed by
economy. r % Destinations of the
25 cases involving accidents, 20 Prestige of the Corps was to _______ ..tr i messagcAranged
II "' "" "''''''to.'IO s. .a.y... '" ::4 from Hawaii to Germanywith
instances of speeding, 19 cases of I gain ground, however, following
ANGLING FOR MOCASSINS-Roy L. Stafford, AMI, of Airborne many places in between.
running either a red light or a
Pearl Harbor Total
Day. strength Early Warning Squadron Four (VW-4) probes for deadly Most of the messages were delivered -
stop sign, and 76 miscellaneous grew from 828 to an all-time highof water mocassins in water llllles floating by the seaplane ramp of through other participant:

offenses. 11,086 before the war ended. the station. Blown by off-shore breezes against the ramps, the in the Armed Forces Day
One violator was apprehend- On December 7, 1911, Navy nurses poisonous snakes slither up onto the runways, creating danger. program
Using poles equipped with loops, of VW4 in originated promote amateur ra
(Please Turn to at rope men the past
Pare 8, Col. 2) were serving Pearl Harbor two weeks have snatched at least four of the deadly reptiles. dio.Remember .



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' Page Two JAX AIR NEWS ; .Moy 1P54PutilUhed

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Absolutely SpeechlessWinner

;t t ThXIJIllf3ever of Carnival Cadillac

. Thursday for Navy and Marine) tctlvlUti M Naval Air
n' station ckonMIU, ft*. CATHOLIC
'It's First Time9"It's
Rt.\....' Rapt. Bnrnhim O. McOffrfe Nil......Juh.U".....?. .............Commanding Officer Sunday, Mass-0800, 0900, 1000- Declares
Com: Jr. Jolin D. flitch' _._;__-..--Executite: Officer
i St. Edward's Chapel.
,) Rear Adm. Hardlton rises Air....i Ja..<<."........UI.. .. ....... Commander Saturday-0800. the first time I ever won anything In my life," declares Tyle
,) Capt Howard a'\f.r\ rOkl .. .,,...............'.:.'.:'..'...*..<.....Chief i ol Staff L. Scoggins, AMI, winner of the 1954 Cadillac, grand prize of the
fleet Air W'lag Fleece Daily-0630.
Capt Theodore Dahl ......, nulj, .? ....._. Commander -1954- Navy Carnival for Charity.
Comdr. Frank D. Heyer -_M....Chid Staff omcer Sunday-0630-Mau at Hospital Scoggins!I, of the Fasron Six -
Nu,1 Air Ttca !ral Tralalat CnNor has actually won the car I
Capt. David McC mpbdl_ Commanding Officer Chapel. metal shop, was informed of his
Comdr. Wilson R. DailUtt._....._..__. __._-,,,..Executive IMflcer I Q. N. Clark, AD2 of VP-34 !rR
!fanl UtiplUlNAKTU h MORMON! luck approximately ten minutes Trinidad won the Crosley .TV set,
Capt. Edward Lowe Officer
\. 1.. A. JIlt"R.lon ___ .."."..... Commanding i' ecthttve Officer 1930 Wednesday NATTC after the drawing was held Sat: and Ronald L. Johnson, PN3, of

Capt. John I* Counlhan- ..Commanding Officer Chaplain's Office.CHRISTIAN urday night by one of his neigh- VP-3, took the automatic wash
Comdr C. Gmy. Klrum.>----I__ _*_ 1.;AuU\'t Officer
SCIENCE1900TuesdayNArrC bors. Scoggins, finally convinced, er.The
The JAX AIR NEWS .U published weekly I at the U. S. Naval Air StaUon, Chap. his of speech. room air conditioner wentto
"ifo('k:on\llle. 1 f: lot I Ida, and printed commercially with non-kpproprliiled fund lost power, John J. Lemen of 4318 Melrose
in the government and In compliance with N A VEX OS P-35. Rev.
expense Office. second the
Winner of the prize,
loy. l ,.. Copies are dlttrlbuted free of charge: at the Naval. Air Station, the Ave., and the Arthur Murray
rr.ttI Technical Cecil field Training, and the Center U. S.Naval Naval I IA HoipltaU Renervt Training Unit, Naval PROTESTANT MG sports car, was Mrs. Carl D. I Dance Lesons, to W. L. Kissinger

Editor-Andrew H. PUney 0930-All Saints' Chapel. Minx of Jacksonville, who was I both of Jacksonville.
Assistant Editor-Helen) KdllorGordon Robbie. JO3,
and John Chll'oANI\ : Staff Reporter--Jim Ron AN: Circulation DUtilbu- i 1100-All Saints' Chapel. also enthused over her'good for I All recipients of the carnival
lion-Chuck Paul AO3 Irene Crase, SN.
tune. The MG was delivered to prizes been notified.Toaslmaster .
The JAX AIR NEWS li a member or the Armed Forces Treat Service. 0915-Naval Hospital Chapel, have
AFP3 material IIIIP..rl"f In thus publication may not be reprinted, without I her early Monday morning and I .
the written (Note: Addresses of local 1
Armed Forces Press Service. <.1I0n of other drives
without she states that "it just
matter, except by see publications) ( ti prohibited permission of
ydilor.! JAX AIR NEWS. churches may be obtained by calling wonderful." She still expresses Club
Editorial fifncct located Main Administration Building Phone ."ll'nalonaMarine |
184.. 216 and 8164. the Chaplain's office, 425. I difficulty at, believing that she
-- Member Awarded

Reserve ,I

Units Undergo Speech Trophy

I The "gift of gab" paid off last
Annual InspectionFighter d-- Wednesday for Lcdr. Thad Coleman -
ComFair Jax Flag Secretary -
Squadron 144 and the by earning him a speech
Marine Air Detachment earned trophy from the Jacksonville mid

nn outstanding on the recent inspection Navy Toastmasters.Lcdr. .

; conducted by Col. F. H. Coleman won the ttophy;
Weir Chief of Staff and his inspecting "Fur-lined Gavel," in the regular .
; party from Marine' Air speaking contest held once

Reserve Training Command every two months between the
Glenview, Illinois. G Y Navy and! Jacksonville Toastmasters -
Aircraft maintenance, bar. I' -. G Clubs. His prize-winning

racks, and offices were inspectedover speech on the Bible was titled
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the two day period coveredby \ r i "The Best Seller"
the { 4 3
Organized in September 1953,
The reserve squadron and the 03 a Q4't>fLY4"2 the NAS Toafitmaaters' Club endeavors .
Marine Air Detachment at Jacksonville to improve the speaking
Naval Air Station composed abilities of its member by giv-
of high school students and ing them information on speech
veterans!:, were included in the\ fundamentals and experience in

Inspection.A using them. Once every 2 months
personnel inspection of the 1 I the NAS Club meets with the
detachment, commanded by Lt i 9 Jacksonville Club and compel
Col. R. II. Pierce, and of the for the coveted "Fur-lined Gavel

pquadron, commanded by Lt Cot j I .
Pale M. Leslie, was also includ.1
ed.The I Two Marines;
working inspection proved

an accurate test of the squad- [ w.t Chief Named
rons' readiness for the forthcoming -
maneuvers to be held at El
Toro, MCAS, this August. I -4,. f Honor MenLast

week's honor awards nt
Weekly Of AE School ,1 Naval Air Technical Training

I Off To Prep SchoolSelected Center Schools went to one sailor
and two Marines.Craduating .
for Navy PreparatorySchool ; s
at Bainbridge Md., Olen a* top man in his
Weekly, AA at Aviation Electri class is a habit with Pfc. Wil-

cian's Mate School, Class (A), of 4- liam M. Pavincich of Brooklyn,
NATTCenter, will report to the I. N. Y. Fourteen weeks ago he l led
chool June 1 for three-month. a class of 60 at Airman School
.tudy course. I with an average of 92.63. Last
I The young airman electrician Thursday, the same Pfc. toppeda
who joined the Navy in Sept. 1953 class of 37 at Aviation Ordnance
elected Georgia Tech University ywratr"" t School with a 91.75 aver'

.t Atlanta, Ga., as his school for age. He is now stationed at
Naval Reserve Officer Training, MCAS Miami, Fla.
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At Airman School, Pfc. Hurry
MOVIES I V. White of Phoenix, Arix., took
honors in a class of 144 with a
MA1NSIDKTlnirMlay I grade of 91.57. He is a graduateof

May 20( Phoenix Union High School and

Golden Mask .,.. .. Van HefHnFriday [I worked there prior to his entrance
May 21 into the Marine Corps last November.

Lone Gun ....George Montgomery r His new duty station is
Saturday, May 22 { Aviation Mechanics School Memphis

The Assassin ............Richard Todd Tenn.
NATTCEXTEKThursday Donald L. Peterson, AEG, was
May 20( fit '' "A honor student at Aviation Elec
Yellow Tomahawk..Rory Calhoun trician' Mate, Class (I3)) School.
Friday, May 21 11 .
Golden Mask ....-..,. ....Van Heflin Peterson .joined the Navy in
Satnrday, May 22 1942 and went through boot
Lone Gun .. .George Montgomery camp at Great Lakes. He then
1IO8ITTAL. attended Class "A" Electrician'
Tliurt.dttj, May 20 Mate School at the University of
Three Sailors and .I Minnesota, and the EIC School in
A Girl ......_...... .,....Jane Powell F 5- Washington D. C. lIe spent a
Friday, May 21 year teaching Electrical School in
Yellow Tomahawk..Rory Calhoun Detroit, 8 months aboard the YR
Saturday, MayJtt 1- Pictorial Highlights Of 1954 Charity Carnival 74 (a repair ship) and wa discharged -
Colder! Mask ...............Van Heflln in 1946.



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20 May 1Q54 JAX AIR NEWS Page Thro

V "W E LeO M g ABOARD"- Center Officer Wins

/ "'! \ Greetings are sounded for Ensign Comdr. i
46 Years \1/IfIIIII! r Promotion fo
Of Devotion \ Pauline C. Zimmer (left) c

J who reports to Comdr. Catherine Comdr. Robert R, Stoinoff. superintendent :
\\j ; ., E. Yarnall, Chief of

.,,';t. t.J,1-',:' ., ...:.'.:'. Nursing Services at Naval of maintenance ,
By Navy Nurse CorpsContinued ., "Ij: ,:;tfl. ;.; ;:,."t""";::;',..,. Hospital Jacksonville at St., from Albans Indoctrination -, training at the Naval Air Technical I

Center recently won
,;( ;';:..::;i) t" N. Y. .' "".. .,."",tor Training three this
full stripes. t
( from Page 1)weren't :' ;
Hates on the SS Gripsholm, a : S .'f. student
-:- .. ti Comdr. Stoinoff was once a
liberated until 1945 aft
er 37 months of captivity. Swedish passenger vessel. ,;,; .::.::J 4 of Seminole High School,
Life in the Pacific\
WM "rugged"for
to the South Pacific : Sanford, Fla., and of the Univer.
the women in white, w h o nYf' ;;
in 1944 of the "N ,,,, of North Carolina.
as so many Navy .; y sity
shared the same hardships as the : ) .
,, if < .
nurses did, Comdr. Yarnall saw oi :
men. Guam was receiving the ''' In 1949 he was transferred to
the war through at Tulagi, Brit. ';;it':nt .
battle wounded from Iwo Jima N Norfolk and assigned to VP-49
Solomon Islands Noumea > "
ish ; and Okinawa, and from other : : until 1950. Transferred to the

New Caledonia and at American hospitals, the casualties from Staff of Commander Fleet Air

Samoa where she was instrumental nearby engagements. There was -i J' Wing, Atlantic, he. came here

in building up the Samoan mud, rain and powdered eggs. from General" Line School at Monterey .
Hospital School of Nursing for
Gradually things got better. The :?. Calif.
Samoan nurses to an all time high.
wounded were going home. There -
The pre-war Corps was rein- the ranks had swollen with the
were better facilities and more
forced by reserve nurses who had advent of the Cadet Nursing
I equipment Lt Beck could remember
served the Blue in the instigated during World
Navy ear. Corps,
the first frozen. peach, and
ly days of World War II. Lt. the first fresh egg. War II to alleviate the shortageat

Sarah T Beck, presently servingin civilian and military hospitals.Lt. .
During the late 1940's and early
the medical wards at the Naval\ Zabel
'50's, a number of the reserve Kathryn a graduate
Hospital, came from the reserve who watch.
of cadet training,
nurses left the Corps for work in
ranks. of Inchon Harborfrom
the evacuation
veterans hospitals as did Lt.
Lt. Beck was ordered to GuamIn the hospital ship USS Haven .
Beck Others wets mariied. The
Dec. 1944, shortly after it was marital rate among Navy nurses represents Navy nurses that

.. retaken by the American forces. challenges that of the airline host served at forward points duringthe

She was there when Capt. Wilma Korean conflict She is now

L. Jackson, named last week as MS. serving at Naval Hospital Jax.
new director of the Navy Nurse The Haven, which replace! the

Corps, returned as Chief of Nurses USS Benevolence after its tragic ,,1r

at the U. S. Naval Hospital, Tour Aboard sinking in San Francisco Bay ,

Guam, at her own request. acted as a base hospital for almost

CAPTAIN JACKSON WAS one Carrier For a year at Inchon and PiwanHatbors. !"

of five Navy nurses captured on Navy nurses were also

Guam when it fell in December aboard the USS Repose and USS
AGO ClassOne ., .., .
1941 These nurses were internedin Consolation, tied to the Puaan ns 4: ,I: .TN" -

Japan for six months and then of the moat popular and pier, and at the US Naval Hospital COl\IFOR'I'AIILE'-Nathan' O. Lawrence, AN, of VA-43: receives -

repatriated along with Red Cross instructive phases of the A via. at Yokosuka Japan. special attention from Lt. Sarah T. Keck, a World War ,11
Navy Nurse, who rejoined the ranks in 1953. Miss Beck, whi I
'workers and American citizens Lion Ground Officers School cur TIIEKK IS PEACK again but served on Guam shortly after the island was retaken by American

who were returned to the United riculum will engage 28 student officers the Navy Nurse Corps' maintainsa forces, cared for the battle wounded of Iwo Jima and Okinawa.

and four staff members in constant program of readiness. - -

a three-day hip to Pennacola, Recruiting is continuous, for in New Identification Admiral Harris

leaving Sunday. young blood there is enthusiasm,

: strength and recent training Cards Ready For '
The group will board the car Cites Navy's Role
YnY rier USS Monterey to observe which generates new methods and Navy Dependents

basic student flying SNJ's making latest developments.' Dependents oC naval person I
Under'New Look'
America honors its Navy nurses -
their first landings aboardin ( nel on active duty in excess of
on their anniversary those who
aircraft carrier. 60 and of
days dependents ie-
wear the ribbons and medals of The Navy's role now, as In the
Various aspects of the trip are tired'and Fleet Reserve personnel .
combat those who have ended past, Is'to "gain and maintain
calculated to meet specific student are going to get new Identification
interests. Tours through theship's their careers with a "well done" cauls soon. control of the seas," declared Rear

spaces and aboard the de. and those corridors who daily tread the The cauls (DD Form 7201), Adm, Dale Hairia in an address

jtroyer plane guard have been quiet of hospital wardson ate ready for distribution by to the ..JaC'ktlonvilleClvltan Club
shore and at sea. Theirs hasbeen
,,: to
.l students
planned for going on
the and Marine ,
Navy Corps last Ftiday.
main 46 years of devoted service!
more specialized training in and will be Issued by commanding
If 'WG tenance, ordnance and electrical to their country Speaking on the "Power for
officers at the various in-
and aeronautical engineering.For I' stallations. Peace" theme of Armed Forces

many of the students the! Mainsidc Library Holds Day the Chief of Naval A1 I It
Replacing eligibility cards
trip marks first experience aboard First Of Art ShowsThe Basic Training stressed that air-
now in use the new ID cardsare
a carrier. The distinguished record Malnslde Library will display power j in the key to the United
black on buff background,
of the Monterey, from the GIlbert the art works of Mrs. Mable bear the seal of the Defense Slates' "new look" military pro

Islands to the Marianas "tur 26 gram for discouraging aggiesaion.AK .
Doettger on Wednesday. May Department, a warning noticeas
key shoot" and the Okinawa offensive as the first in a series of art exhibits to unlawful use and posses- of Jet

KOREAN VET When the makes her a particularly to be shown aboard the sion, a serial number and space Admiral Harris flew to Jack.
USS Haven dropped anchor in colorful ship to visit. She has station. sonville from his headquarters at
for identification data. Activities -
Inchon Harbor in the fall of
1950, Lt. Kathryn E. Zabel was been on her present assignmentin The artist will! be on hand at an ate asked to make all practicable Pensacola Naval Air Station t,.

one of the Navy nurses on the qualification of pilot since open house to be held by the library use of the new cards. be present at the luncheon in tin

board. The haven, which replaced January 1953. from 1900 to 2100 to discuss Seminole Hotel.
the USS Benevolence, The Pensacola trip has been a her works. The NAS Security department -
served as a base hospital at has advised that the new The nation's military moderni
standard unit in the AGO School
Inchon Harbor and at the Pu- The paintings will be displayedfor dependents cards: will be put zation program has progressed to

san Pier where it alternatedwith curriculum for exactly two years, several weeks and will include into effect here at a date tobe the point, Admiral Harris said,
the USS Repose and during which time 28 instructors in oils still life
works portraits, announced that now 70 percent of the planed
USS Consolation in treatingthe 'trip.
have made the The present
and landscapes. in the Navy's 16 carrier air
wounded and evacuating
class will be under the direction
casualties to Japan. She Is on groups are Jet propelled. This year
duty at Naval Hospital Ja<'k- oe Lcdr. J. K. A. Bobbitt and Lt. ; the; Navy is turning out some 3,- '
R. E. Chamberlain. : --"TI' F.
sonville > t
.g 200 new pilots, with the same
-- -
number scheduled for next Yf"lir.he ,

Met Soloists Will Assist Jax a rRECEIVE said

Part of AF Day
Choral Society In 'Requiem'Three A reduction of the military

Budget from $50 billion in 195X:

Metropolitan Opera singers to $19 billion this year, and ex
and Walter Fredericks
will assist the Jacksonville )- l pectations that the figure will
tenor, remembered for his out
Choral Society in the presentation drop to $28 billion or $29 billionin
standing performance in "I Pagliacci. -
of the world famous Verdi ." 1955 wa cited by the Admiral

"Requiem" at the George Wash as part of the "new look" program
ington Hotel May 24 Ruby Leite, popular local contralto .
will fill the other featured
The local 75-voice chorus will solo role.Thirty Admiral Harris' talk paved the

be augmented by soloists Selma way for a two day "open house"

Kaye, soprano, who made her debut members of the Jacksonville -: I helll May 14 and 15 at Naval Air

at the Paris Grand Opera and Symphony will provide the i R Station Jacksonville. A display oC
orchestral accompaniment. Con
has appeared in other Europeancountrles' the latest type of aircraft now in
ductor is Dr C Carter Nice.
and South America
; use by the Navy and Air Force
Donald Gramm, basso first prize All seats are re"e", rvt"d" Tickets AWARDs-Good Conduct Medals were awarded at highlighted the "
"open house.
Meritorious Mast by Capt. Daujd McCampbell, commanding offi
be obtained from Charles L.
of the 1943 Chicagoland may
cer of Naval Air Technical Training Center to five men. Receiving -Ss$
Music .Festival, soloist with the Wells, Jewelers 220 W. Adams St., the awards were (left to right), Horace Stepler AEC; Timothy An old-timer is a man who can

New York Philharmonic, Chicago Nice House of Music, 2651 Park Flanl/ran/ AOAN; David Williams, ATI; Kenneth Wolf, DNSN; remember way back when a union -

Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, St., or through the Jax Air News. and George Conklin, AOL In addition Wolf received the United suit was something" you WON
Nations and Korean Defense medals
and Stepler received the
Boston Prices are $250 orchestra terrace instead
Buffalo Philharmonic, ot
American Theatre, European; Occupation, WWII Victory and you
Symphony and the San Francisco ; $300 orchestra and balcony Asiatic-Pacific medals. against your employer.

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j Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 20. MaY 1954 :
Pilots Of Fighter-- -Squadron- 103 = wv .. .

i'' Awarded. Navy 'E' For Gunnery JJi7

'me Navy r lor gunnery
squadron pilots were also '
was won by Fighter awarded personal "E's" for :

Squadron 103 last monthin '
marksmanship. .
its first competition since Lt. W. P. Gatewood led in 1

operating F9F-G Cougars the firing with 101 hits out of __
with the new P-8 engine.In 150. The skipper, Lcdr, A. B. _

Conner Jr., placed second with
operations completed at
80 hits for his 150 rounds. The _
Guantanamo Bay Cuba, twelveof
squadron fired total of 120 4
a L .
the NAS Cecil Field fighter ., .
000 rounds of ammo in a three

AO School MAA week period. :
Operating aboard the USS '

Coral Sea, the squadron earned .Ah' i iuu

Grabs Honors AsPOoftheWeek 100 percent carrier qualification : ii L_ ;

when its
eight new pilots : I
were initiated to jet car- ,J '
rier landings The remainder of ........._ -.... ;,.... ._-_-:,_,_.."," '......"'.c.....'""_'.,,:..,_,-i::;,:::.::,:...t.::tL.-. -:

(This is the 31st 'in the Naval the training program was con- QUALIFY AS MARKSMEN operations completed at Guantanam.o Bay, Cuba, twelve pilots -
Air Technical Training Center's from VF-103 were awarded personal "E's" for aerial gunnery. Pictured from left to right with
Pctty-OfJicer-of'theWctk series.' ) centrated on field carrier landing one of their punctured banner targets are: (front row) Lt. (jg) W. D. Langston; Lt. II. G.-Johnson;
"Convoy to Murmansk" practice and touch-and-go Lt. (Jg). F. A. Liberator Lcdr. A. B. Conner Jr commanding officer; Lt. jff) II. B. Ba&sett; Lt.
was one (jg) J. S. Bassett, and Lt. (Ur) W. II. Davis. (Second row) Lt. (Jg) D. E. Swank; Ens. W. J. Larkin,
tour of duty for Dennis Menton, shipboard practice. Lt W. P. Gatewood; Lt. S. N. Eldridge and Ens. T..M. Hlnckle. .
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BM2, master-at-arms In Aviation

Ordnanceman who came here School a year ago Barracks from, Fasron Six VA4S, Fasron 109, VF-22, VA-105 VF-174, VF-101, FAW-11 ReportScouting

the carrier USS

DuringWorld War II ........... Jacksonville Area Squadrons

Menton served
','-.._-- "',,-- .
with the Armed J'ullrvn! .71;
Guard Outstanding leadership and inspection for being outstanding I from NAS Quonset Point; EdwinJ. AEC, from NAS Quonset Point,
In and bear- Jares ATS from NAS R. I.
aboard merchant good work in the Check Crew Di- appearance military came
ships vision have earned for Charles B. ing. These men were: Ralph A. Patuxent River; James II. Miller, f

plying the sub- Dick, ADl, the title of "White McLaughlin, ADI, Gleen L. Cum- A03, from VP-34 at Trinidad, and VF-174' :

infested lat of the Week." mins, AE2, James W. Smith, Golden Robertson, Jr., TN, from Comdr, George 11. Suit, VF-174

sea AKAN, James Wilkes, AN, and I NAS Newport, R. I. skipper, extended his congratula-
lanes from A native of Pontiac, Mich., Dick
Joseph D. Gltersonke, AN. I tions to the following men advanced -
America to Eu- enlisted in the Navy in June 1947
Thomas Cavada, AN, has been I. VA-105: : Andrew J. Charvet, AE2;
complctMenton lie received boot training at San
rope transferred to Parachute Rigger Robert J. Springer, AT2; Charles
Sep eral pilots of VA-105 took
Ing eight round-trip crossings. Diego after which he was sent
School in Lakehurst N. J. while R. Hodson AE2
active participation in Armed ; Wesley J. Tebo,
included: in the trips was Mur- to AN (P) School here and AD
Garland E. Lewis, DCS, reported AT3; H. William Herndon, AE3
Forces Day exercises. Flying AD- ;
mansk convoy duty when the (A) School, )Memphis. Dec. 1947
aboard from the USS Siboney. Robert B. Knowlen, AT3 Robert
4 Skyralders to various military ;
merchant fleets and escorts braved he was assigned to Memphis and .
E. Lunsford, AT3 and John R.
fields were Ensign Blair Stewartto
the Baltic and North seas In the transferred to VF-34, NAAS Sanford -
face of Nazi, aircraft and submarine Fla. Dick reported to Fas- VF-2S Green Cove Springs; Ensign Bogard, PH3.

attacks. ron Six in November of 1953. -Sporting new "crows" around Don Dujrkopf and Ensign Fran I Silver bars will soon replace the

After World War II .)fenton May 8th marked the arrival of the squadron these days are seven Moyer to Greenville AFD, Alabama gold ones being worn by former

took amphibious training, then two new Income tax reductionsto men who were advanced. Theyare ; Ensign Bill Taylor and En- Ensigns W. G. "Blarmph Ryals,

Joined the Oilskany. lIe made the Fasron Six personnel. The : Aubrey J. Stringer, ATI; sign Bert Forner to Tyndall AFB, Albert B. Scholl, Lowell D.: Embs,

Cape Horn trip with the huge I stork delivered an 8 lb., 11 oz. Jack A. Bailey, AE2; John A. Alabama; and Ensign Don Hull- and the talented, illustrious and
McSwain, AE2; Charles P. Long- ryde to Turner AFB versatile
Georgia. S. Frech.
carrier as it was rushed to earlier baby boy to Duane D. Kissell, SN, I
hany, AE3; Dean C. Thorson, Promoted to "Full Bull"
relief during the Korean and wife Audrey. Christened Kirk "Welcome aboard" is extendedto were

Ca iiipa ign. Rodney the "tike" is the Kissell's PR3, and Raymond E. Shaw, AD2. George O. Craft, SD3, here Herbert K. Gates, Jr., and Charles J

first Robert McKay, 8 Ibs., 8 oz. Tho squadron's welcome mat from Annapolis; Kenneth A. Mc- E. Waring, .Jr. I
is the new arrival to the house- crew was pressed into action when Gil, AOC, from VIM Chinco- *

Deadline Set hold of Howard L. Baker, AD3, John E. Sjostorm, AMI, reported teague, Va., and Cecil D. Baldwin, VI?'-IOl ,'
I Six VF-101 men have been ad
and his
wife Bertha The
For Entry In ster Is the Baker's first child.young- 1- ( I vanced. Sporting new "crows" are
Bruce K. Alcorn, AT2; Ernest
Harold Deutsch, TESN, checked .,
# E. Heaton, AT3; John E. Darling:,
Adult Classes back in Monday from the Naval
AT3; Charles L. Hancock, AE3;
; Training Center, Bainbridge, Md., T yy
Leslie R. Joslin, AE3, and Lorane
May 30 is the final day for registration e use s
where he was TAD to TE (A) # U
s : '
Pope, AE3.
in Duval County Adult School for almost six months.

Education classes, according to ,> Five men received good con
Reporting for duty last week d .
the Information and Education < 1 duct medals from Comdr. Richard
were Marshall L. Lancaster, ADC,
Office( at the Naval Air Technical D. McNess at Inspection last
and Joe L. Carter, AD3. Mar-
Training Center.Registration month. Receiving awards were:
shall checked in from Air Anti-
fee is $2.00 a semester Bruce K. Alcorn, AT3; Gerald W.
Subron 30, Norfolk, Va., while
in most classes, and $3.00 Anderson, A03; Norman 11. Cain,
Carter reported aboard from the
for shop and homemaking classes. USS Coral Sea. AM2; Raymond M. Clardy, AM3,

Any person in Duval County 0 and Raymond A. Day, Jr., AM3.

v.ho is at least 16 years old and. VA-45 Capt. Robert M. Denny, USAF,
t\'ho is not attending a public reported to VF-101 for duty as
Transferred to NATTC this i
ichool may enroll. < an exchange pilot. Capt. Denny
week were Harold A. Freder-
Subject Include mathematics, reports aboard from the 566th Air
icks, AO1, and Carl V. Mullin,
English, science, social studies, Defense Group, Hamilton A i r
ATI. John G. Ambers, Jr., AM3"registered" ,
Spanish, woodwork and furniture __ m........__._._ Force Base, Hamilton, Calif.
in the separation cen-
t repair, English", and rltlirnMilp .
ter barracks, awaiting discharge. ALWAYS HAPPENS TIIAT WAY-"I knew It wouldn't last"
understanding literature, The men are veterans of VA-45's I says Lt. (jg) William E. Bickert (seated) when informed by Lt.. FAW-11
drawing and painting, ceramics, James II. Dozier, Operations officer of Fasron Six IFfU, that Larry J. Tholo, YN3, returned
and metal craft, real estate, industrial recent cruise to Korea.Lt. fellow pilot Lt. (jg) Thomas A. Francis had bettered his 100.3 to the Wing central office after
(Jg) Vincent Davis reported flying hours in the month of March. Lt. (ig) Francis registered
arts and photography. 100.5 flying hours the having spent two weeks in Nassau,
during month of
Classes to be arranged are typing aboard for duty this past week. Bahama Islands while participating

shorthand, public speaking, Davis recently completed flight Fasron Six in Asdevex, six-weeks antisubmarine
retail selling, wholesale salesman training at Corpus Christi!, Texas. Averages Over 1,500 exercise.

.hip, television program produc A "get well soon" is extendedto Robert R. Dunn, RM3, left separation
tion and television script writing Nathen O. Lawrence, AN, and Flight Hours Monthly During 1954Two and donned a pair of civ-
Daniel J. Rooney, SN, who are
The classes held -
are evening
pilots attached to Fleet vies this week after spending 18
In Central Grammar School, FletCher both in the hospital A prayer hours the
Aircraft Service Squadron Six during month of April months in FAVV-11's communication -
High School, Andrew Jack to Ensign Charles J. Herda t recorded over 100 flight hours in BOTH PILOTS, attached to "shack". _
Robert E. Lee Baldwin Kir so that he may be able to get the Fasron
son, succeeding months ,to boost their Six Instrument Flight
by-Smith and School Administration better hits on. dive. bombing* hops: squadron's 1951 average to over Training Department, logged a "hours in the air" totals for the

Building. 1,500 flight hours a month. Fas majority of their record time in first four months of this year.A .

Further details may be obtaine Fa ron 109 ron Six is one of thirty squadrons the TV-2 Jet trainer. RUNDOWN on Fasron Six's

from I & E Office, Building 500, Fan-on 109's commanding officer composing Fleet Air Jacksonville. This total of hours is amazing flight statistics shows 1,030 hours

extension 8388. Comdr. Rolland L. Hastreiter Contributing heavily to the considering the fact that a "hop'in for January, 1,470 hours for February

awarded three good conduct squadron's record smashing totalin a TV-2 averages ninety min 1,863 hours for March and

A farmer, noticing the hire d medals at the monthly personnel the air was Lt. (Jg) William utes.With 1,795: hours for April.
man with a lantern, asked when inspection. Receiving awards were an emphasis
Bicket's count of 100.3 "h 0 u r salott" on Only with the "all out" assistance
he was going. Cecil L. Wilson, ADEC (his third), for the month of March. flying, considered to be one rendered by the squa.dron'smaintenance

"CourtlnV"Courtin'7 Richard A. Debiship. AE2, and of the most important phases of combinedwith
This mark was bettered almost personnel
With a lantern? I Marvin A. Hart, A D3. pilot training, Lt. (Jg) Blcket, Lt the efforts of the flight personnel .
never took one when I was court- Five men were selected from immediately by Lt. (Jg) Thomas (Jg) ''Francis and fellow FasronSix were three records poyulble. *-

iY.." the ranks during this personnel Francis who registered 100.5: pilots compiled extraordinary ,


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O- JUR"'N"'E'W' S'

May 1954 JAX Page Five

Flying 'flound The Clock Sorties'


VP-3 and 5 Roughing It' At Windsor Field I

Seven years of ghostly cob- operating in Asdevex, the current clock sorties. Blimps and P2V
webs from World War II
tL have blown away six-weeks anti-submarine exer- Neptunes are searching the water

Windsor Field in Nassau, Ba case between Nassau and Bermuda for

hama Islands some 400 miles from Since May 3, the Nassau-based guppy submarines which are play-

Jacksonville, sprang to life with squadrons, numbering 500 men Ing the "enemy" during the exercise -
the arrival of Fleet Air Wing 11 under FAW-11 operational con- .

units Patrol Squadrons 3 and 5 trol, have been flying 'round-the-
C 0 5
.+ ., ." ., ." .', -..:-- ". '"'. "
'., :{ ;? FALLLVG INTO near shambles

r since Its abandonment in 1947,
Windsor Field was used by the

,,' British Royal Air Force during
$i the last war. Shrubbery and bushes -

: sprang up out of the cracked .

< : I t r I ? 's J asphalt air strip during seven

-.. -.-'----.._ -_._'---- .,-, .., years of decay. Tropical weather
rotted roofs and ceilings had
EXECUTIVE HUDDLE-Capt. Theodore' C. Dahl, CommanderFleet many
Air Wing 11 and Commander Nassau Air Group participating r caved In.When .
; in anti-sub exercise "Asdevex", and staff aides plan the day's al' Asdc\ex was announced,
aircraft activity while hunched over "strategy table". From left the task of "house cleaning" and
are Comdr. Jack Crowe, assistant Operations officer FAW-11;
Comdr. Henry Lloyd, Operations officer FAW-11; Capt. Dahl; setting up shop fell to Mobile Fas-
Comdr John Newsom, CO of ZP-Z (blimp squadron), and Lt F. ron 121 from Chlncoteague, Va,
L. Farrell of Fleet Air Ship One. which early In April moved in two

LST loads of men and equipment.

Group Amasses S .

BEFORE FAW'lt men and
900 Flight Hours NO DEEPSINK HERE-After eating chow In Nassau'white aircraft arrived in late April, Fas
hats from Patrol Squadrons 3 and 5 participating in "Asdevex", ron 121 had connected the electricity -
anti-sub exercise off Bahama Islands sterilize mess kits by
SALTY HUMOR FROM During 'Asdevex' plunking them Into cans of boiling water. Fresh food from Jai and a field telephone net
!is flown to Windsor Field twice a week to feed the 500 men who work. A plumbing detail installed
HERE AND THERE will be there until June 6. water pipes in the mess hall and
During Phase I of Asde-
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Husband: 'You want the new anti-submarine eluded in the new rulings: Azores dispensary while another crew
vex, big exer erected latrines
neighbors to think I'm a nosy, Longer Overseas Islands, Eleuthrea, D. W. I., and and outdoor sho
cise now taking place between wers.
meddling busybody?" Malta. Six other areas were also

Wife: "Well, when they get to Nassau in the Bahama IsLands Tours For Men tagged'as longer duty for married As a portable carpenter shop

know you better, they'll find out and Bermuda, aircraft personnel having dependents with drove from one decrepit building

anyway." :of the Nassau Air Group them. These six are Indo-China, to another, men hopped out with

!amassed more than 900 hoursof With DependentsDuty Okinawa, Tripoli, Adak, Jodil1kand hammers and nails and slapped
on tarpaper and wooden roofs.
"I'm trying to figure out flying time. tours at some overseas Anchorage.
whether Superman comes from Phase I and ended I Should dependents be authorizedto The dispensary was set up In ..
began May stations have been lengthened for four hours. It took just 48 hoursto

Texas."Why?" May 12. I Naval personnel who have their join husbands at Point Barrow, whip a galley into shape capable -

"Well, if he doesn't-some of The Nassau Air Group, com- families living with them, accord- Whittier, Dutch Harbor and Attu, of serving 1,000 men a day.
I the tour of will be extended .
those things he does would takea posed of Patrol Squadrons 3 and Ing to new instructions issued by duty *

lot of explaining." ..5 from NAS Jacksonville and several the Bureau of Naval Personnel. BuPers also upped the length o f AS SOON AS T1IKY tumbled

duty at Eritrea. Personnel as oft the LST, bulldozers were put
other units, is commandedby Except In certain areas where
signed to Kawjalein must serve to work chewing up coral and
Sgt: "There's a gal for every Capt. Theodore O. Dahl, com duty is not considered too "choice", stumps making ready for arrival
guy in this world. You can't im- mander of Fleet Air Wing Eleven 12 months on that island, and then
or where accomodations for dependents of the first P2V aircraft.
prove on thaU"Cpl. and Wing staff officers. rotate to Oahu to complete 24
.: "I don't want to improveon are negligible or not up : Even Capt. Theodore O. Dahl,
coordinated missions .
it. I just want to get in on HI" with carrier-based aircraft and I to standard, normal tours atovcr- Commander of !<'A W-lt, and his
seas activities are 21 months In changes were made to the staff officers who are commandIng -
anti-sub ships of the Atlantic
directive at other the operations of the Nassau
Teacher: "If a farmer raises inert, the blimps and T2V-5 length. governing duty Air Group, have had to put up
3700 bushels of wheat and sells it Neptunes of the Nassau Air Three new overseas areas are in- overseas stations.Fasron with makeshift facilities. For instance

for $1 a bushel, what will he Group are testing new weapons '' .. .. ..y..,. z. . ........ the "top brass" have been
?" equipment and tactics for de- ".1' '
{ 4.f i using hard wooden benches for
Student: "An automobile." I htrojlng enemy submariner '. .r::: j 'IlL. their planning and scheduling con-
', ,
: :
Capt. Dahl and Comdr Jack n
I ferences. Just this week several
i Crowe, plans officer and a."lstant 4 11" n w luxury aids a drawing board

Operations officer of FAW-11, attended for strategy planning and two

I an evaluation critique in massive black boards for aircraft

Norfolk, Va., Tuesday. R plotting were flown to FAW-11

Beginning with Phase II on Nassau headquarters In an R5D

May 22, Asdevex forces will attempt '' : 4. Since the beginning of the operation

to remedy mistakes made .
the 400 enlisted men have
during Phase I. M f P.v i.'' v been camping in tents while bleepIng -

The eix-week3 operation i Js: on cots with mosquito netting
slated to terminate June 4. ,s iw protection.
Two airlifts of fresh food for

Teenage Club To the men will be flown to Windsor
W" Field from Jax every week until

Hold 'Hoedown'Gather ::1 the operation ends. .*In June. \ _.

+ A perfect husband Is the
W S.JiF 'round and lend an ear guy
). 1h.. Lh4R who can keep on singing In the
all you teen ago hillbillies who
shower room when, with his
like to square dance. eyes
full of soap, he reaches for a,
The Teenage Club of the Naval
BEEHIVE towel and gets a nylon
-Resembling a beehive stocking
47 Air Station, Jacksonville, is
i sponsoring
Fasron Six's unique mes- instead.
1 Ajrwo iI,; a real "ole" fashioned hoe 6 Effects sage center maintains close
down for the teen age dependentsof liaison with all the squadronsit messages are transmitted In

Armed Forces personnel who Speedier Liaison supports. Randall Bennett, thU manner each month.
u'% '"Y<4 v k' d SN; Russel Golden, TE3, and
reside and attend school in the
4.r Frank Another unique office
McQuold. RM1, (left to that op-
r Jacksonville area. With Squadrons right) man their stations erates In conjunction with the
b R
1 b q A u rxM r The "shindig" will get under Message Center Is the Registered'ublicatlons

::4 rrz way Saturday, May 22, from 1930 First of its kind to serve fleet speedier service on messages destined Library that keeps at

to 2330. There will be a profes- aircraft squadrons in this area, for individual squadrons.The least one copy of all publications

sional caller and plenty of in the Fasron Six Message Center message are processedand affecting squadrons supported by

structors. Admission is 25 cents. provides speedy liaison between Fasron! Six. Operated by Bill McBride -
routed by Frank M. Mc
the squadron and the Fleet Air TE2, the library's publications -
MP: "What a sloppy soldier! ,Jacksonville squadrons it serves. Quold, RMI, message center aupenUor deal mainly with tactical

Give me your name and organization. By preparing Its own dispatches reproduced in required procedures for aircraft and communication

." from messages received over teletype numbers by Ruasei O. Golden, doctrines.
JUST PERFECT-Betty Hanson Soldier: "I'm Pvt. Stanislaus 1 from the NAS Communlca-
of Sioux Falls S. Dak., TE3, and then delivered Immediately The Message Center and R.P.S.
met the exact specifications of Krajzahsjalskowskl, Able Com-1 t ions Center, the Fasron Six Center to squadron duty officers. Library are under the supervision
the ." 1 t is able to filter out
International Chiropractors PMY squadron of Lt (jg) John P, Kushnerick
Assn. of Davenport, Iowa, MP: "Well, I'll let you go this I messages from the mass of dispatches If any message 1 s urgent, md Ensign Parker
in Good order to be' named "Miss Ime-but make sure you Miape 1 11Ip. processed for other commands It i* telephoned Immediately to Furors Six's E. Gillam,
Posture of 1954. Her communication. a"h d
specifications are 35-23-37.:>> ." I at NAS. The result Is fhe receiver An average of 200 I assistant communication' officers!


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS U 20 May 1954

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Glidewell Hurls Perfect F-- .' ,I' 1' TME-oUT|

,, ..t :
No-Hitter M'" With Gordoh RobbieThe
Against !
: .
". ; .. way Jax Navy toyed with
.' '\ .\.'" i.iif., ; the Cherry Point Flyers In the
the welter of what was once a four-team (chase ', ; if' .' :. recent Mason Field series caused

Fasron 109 alone stands uncle feated in the intramurAl l softf ,_ t.\\ : / the majority of diamond fans, this

ball after three weeks 1 at Mainside. "
league c> J play iI '. ;: ,. corner not excluded, to assume

Into last week's contusion, I 1 Leathernecks weak.
Fas-1 109 to slip into first place whenIt ... r.,,,.., '. '!.. -r' that the were
ton Six, ComFair Jax, Hospital jumped Fasron Six, 4-1. in a : .: !}) ';<" : ,-, \: er than the majority of Marine

and Fasron 109 toted unblemished big upset Both Faarons are .,......:. :". ':: '. .. clubs appearing here.
marks When the smoke had lift .. .' ,. "
scheduled to meet this afternoon ., : The Fliers scored a total of
ed, records read thusly: Fasron '. ..\;1
at Yorktown Field, 23 runs in the two games while

Six 3.1,, ComFair Jax: (5-2)), Other results last week: Com : the Flyers (with a "y") were

Hospital ((3-2) and Fasron" 109 ((6- Fair Jax, 6, VW-4, 3; Fasron 109, held to eight tallies. Not taking

0)). 9, Hospital, 4; FaetuLant, 11, away from an excellent Jax Navy

By virtue of three decisions, VC. FAW-11, 7; VP-5, 13, VW-4, 0 performance, but a. Cherry Point

62 jumped Into second place witha HTANDIM.s team Is automatically expected to

6-1 record, having lost only to Kasron Trim 109 ,.. .. ..... W 6 I.0 RK 51 RA 7 be a world-beater. .

Fasron 109, 5-2. VC-62 . .......... 6 1 71 41 the around
laaion. MX: ......... 3 1 47 7 Anyhow, consensus
To illuminate the ktiow' for Com'alr Jax ........ 5 2 68 42 the local bailiwick seemed to be
Operations .. ... .... .4 2 67 4Hospital
Fa ron 109, Don ilideMell toyed 3 2 15 29 that the Marines were weaker
with 10-0 and In doIng NARTU ..::::: :::::.3 2 23 18 look
Supply, so than 'ordinary. But alas
WAVE BATI'ERYShowD in a huddle between innings Is a
VW-4 .. .... .. ... .. 3 3 4t 49!
hurled l the first perfect 8tul..nt ... . .2 4 39: 54 Bonnie Brown, (left) and.Nancy Ward NAS Wares star pitch- at the fact can prove that's not
KAW-11 .. ... .. . I 6 39 85 Ing-catching combination.. Bonnie who earlier in the was
shutout In three Kf"MOnlf. VI'-5 .... .,.1 13.1 4* year BO.
Big Don faced 18 batsmen VP-18 .,,. .. . 0 5 13 77 toeing the mound for the Hospital nine, is a main cog in the
only Supply....... ". .. .. 0 5 U 38 Mainside lassie hopes for a successful season.Torrid We happened to be gazing at
in six innings, cut down 17 on the current edition of the Cherry

strikeouts and induced the solitary Point Windsock and noticed through

swinger to ground to shortstop Heavy Hitting schedule faced by the Ma.

Nick Proscia for an easy chance. nines on the recent southern trek.
Center Gals
Monday afternoon, Fasron 109 When you hold such potent Army a

snuffed the pennant aspirations of nines as Ft. Jackson and Ft. McPherson -

ComFalr Jax, 10.1. Linwood Gray Topple NAS to an average of four

was a big help with his mace, LLIrI.flA lIllllIflrfir..ThI.1 runs a contest that's something!

stroking a double and a three-run Aided by the heavy hitting of *. *
round-tripper catcher Jean Larson and clutch And that' just what the

Operations rooted Into plaj- pitching i of Gerri Gorsky, the Flyers did, although lofting sew"

off contention, duplicating ('- en out of 8f'\"fln. The workhorse

62' feat of three wins! lad week.It NATTCenter Waves defeated"the of the Cherry Pointer mound

spanked FAW-11. 19131'; Battle Waged ForMen's NAS Waves, 13-3, in a City Softball corps has been Paul Jobn on.

38, 18-7, and Paetuljuit 133. League encounter Monday The strong-armed .righthander!

Victimized; by the long ball hit- night at Murray Hill. worked seven<< innings here but

ters of VC-62 were VP-5, 18.7; City Softball TitleFire Larson got a homer and three wan hit rather freely.This *

Hospital, 11-10, and ComFalr Jax, singles to drive home a trio of same :Mr. Johnson went

14-13 It was the latter's initial runs. Although giving up seven the route against Ft. Jackson, and

defeat in six starts. Department tabbed itself as a distinct threatto hits, Gorsky bore down when it although the losing hurler, pitched

NARTU made it easy for Fasron Fasron 109's title aspirations by defeating the Beavers, counted most. outstanding ball No special rea

13-1. in a highlight Men's City Softball League contest last Sue Smith, NATTCenter first son has been given for; the Ma.

week. The loop is now knotted with both clubs holding a baseman, garnered a home run and rines slump except that maybe
Home Run I
Kings [5-2; record.
two-base hit while Joan Hall also our own Fliers are far strongerthan
Jack Ramsey throttled the Fasronitcs -
and double homered. A four-run first inning most fans belie\e
Hold Field after his club jumped on
Day Fast'on Six runs wiyi a homer quickly froze the game for the An interesting observation was
Don Glidewell for three first innIng -
The NATTCenter Marines winners made the Windsock
edged by baseball
tallies. Tell-tale blow in this
In Center PlayTom O &: R, .3.2, behind the effective NATTC ........... .4TO: :M-11 J2 1 write!'. It was stated that great
frame was Leon Starling's triple NAS '' .. .. .. OiM au3 7 2
with two on hurling of Patty ORouike. A (,. Coraand I.arson. Brown pitching was the downfall of ,
Ganze of Aviation Electrician
18-S game opening single was the only and Ward Cherry Point on the disastrous
NATTCenterln, a
School, Class "B", clouted a
hit jfarnered off the Marine ace. tilp. Take note Flier hurlers
pair of home runs to boost his Cecil Field split a pair of games;
O'Rourke won his own ball Pete Sheets and Merle Gunnet.
bowing to City Utilities, 5-1 after
first half total in the NATTCenter Horseshoe Event
Intramural Softball League tosix defeating Haulage and. Sons, 8-3 game by stealing home in the I While on the subject' of Cherry

as the "aged" Sparks bested Hubert Burns issued only four I seventh after two men were out. Slated at CenterThe Polnt-Jax Navy baseball, one of

AO School Bees, 114. hits and fanned twelve for the : At Brentwood Park, Broward NATTCenter Intramural the sharpest looking fielders to

Personnel squeezed by AGO Utllitymen. Lumber squeezed out a 6-5 victoryover horseshoe tournament, with a appear here this season was second .

School, 5.4, with Pete Wilkockiand NATTCenter walloped Arlington Hospital, while Fasron Six large field expected, will begin Backer Pinky Pinkston. The

Althizer Grocery, 13-2 Elaine Watkins was besting 0 A R, 113. June 15 on the three-pit courts guy covered his position like an
Johnny blending I -_4.. octopus. (And octopi have been
with Merle Platnei's round- set the Groceiymen down with behind Building 513, accordingto
power tripper, two scratch hits. AI Bessel paced Two rather inebriated gentlemen an announcement made by known to play very good base-

were sitting on the curb. the Center's Physical Training ball.)
AO "A" \\'In.. Pair the winners at the plate with
"Whatsh your wife gonna layabout Officer. *
three for four.O'Kourke.
AO "A" School took
a strongerhold
you unlaying out so late?" TOP FURS Andrews AFB
Entries for this event will
Steal Home
on second place as George
swamped .
Great Lakes 91.66
Guzman supplied the pyrotechnicsin In the Commercial League at one spoke up. pen June 7 and close the day re.
Gently, to cop the Inter-service
a 10.7 verdict from Ordnance- Lackawanna Park, Gibbs Corpora. "Don't have a wife, was the )f the tourney. Basketball
Championship. Andrews
man "B" School Lion won over Fasron Six, 8-6. response. Points garnered in the meet
the finals by down
Later in the week Guzman Nellie Vinal and Norman Wilcoxled "Well, then," asked the first will apply towards point stand- ing the Quantico Marine and

paced his mates to a 9.4 win over the victors at the plate. Herman one, "whatsha idea of shtaying ngs for the Captain's Trophy. Paul Arizm. 8177. ,

NAWS School. Jerry Fassler's Kenzel accounted for five out so late then?"
hitting brought AO "A" a 14-5
Today's Maintide Noftbttli battle
victory against AN(P) School.Marine -"'
betwixt Fa ron Six and Fa-
t 1
Donned !'
SH ron 109 should be a lulu. Noreason
Long distance blows by Eldred _
Pr1 ,
J why a large crowd can'tbe
Chanoweth and Tom Peterson
: ..
;: there to provide the hoots!
made it for NAWS School a .
: 1 and holler Place: Yorktown
over AK Marines, 15-4, Js 4S L : <<'CHjPs Field. Time: 1600.

Other results:
J.t".w'''''''''.''''''''''. Wedding bells last week
AE-B School, 7, Special Services -:.... -a- -. '::II.II.: -..- --Y:
for VC-62's Bill Rice who took a
0; AE-A School 10. AJ\P Like any other sport, golf has .local gill, Josephine Capolli Geor

School, 7; Training Facilities, 7, certain rules and regulations
for his
ges wife. Rice is assistant
AK-A School, 6; Special Services, + which should be observed These coach of
this year's Flier nine.
9, AGO School, 5: AE-A School, C rules have been made for you, *

13, NAWS School, 6; AK-A School, the others playing and the goodof Latest
'T softball pun: Nick Pros-
15, Personnel, 8; AK-Marlnes, 14, 4've the course itself. cia
Fasron 109 shortstop, when
Training I I Facilities, 4: AN-P
RULE six
asked .
about his )low station league
School, 10, AO-B School, 7: AE-B
Do not hit a ball until players batting average, averred, "I'm a
School, 12 AGO School 2 and s
ahead of you are out of range or TOWNball hitter, not a BASEball -
Special Services, 8, AK-A School, ,.Y % until you have been *'wa>ed on." hitter I

7. It is upsetting! to have; a ball Undbeside Know how fast Roger Bannii
ST.\ : r'
Tram NI)1\GR' >\'. I.. you and just OH you are ter was traveling in setting his'

AP"A; School .. .. .. .. ... .. .. II 0 about to lilt. world's record mile*
AO"A" School ............... 1.2 2 731: jardja
At'11' School ...... ..... .... 10 1: If there Is any danger of hitting! second
Spec Sorv .... .............. 9 !1
SAWS School: .. ........ ....... 8 a anyone player hitting! U obligated Incidentally, the first collegiate
1 ANP) School 7 8Penmnncl ..{....>: .>9'_ "' "''''''''-''''--- to 'Tore" to the baseball
...: ::::::::::::::: 6 7 yell get game was between Am-
AK-Mailmi ... ............... 3 8 SAFE!-Al Gregory of Aviation Electrician's Mate School, ClassA attention of everyone in danger .herst and Williams at PitUfield,
AGO School ... ...... .. ....... 5; 0 slides safely into third base as Tex Unlga of Airman Prepara
Tra Fur ., '. .. ..., .. ....... 4 18 I tory SchooL awaits the toss from Fred Wilson. The Sparks won, This safety rule also must be extended Mass, in 1859. The Amherst Lord
AK"A" School". . .. ..... 4 to workmen on the! course.! Jeffs won, 73-32
AO"O" School . .. ... .. 3 V 10 6, to temporarily: halt the win streak of ANP) School.


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20 Map JAX ,AIR NEWS .

Outstanding Field Islanders To ...r; S Heavy Slate

To Enter District On Tap ForRacquetmen

Break Mason

Net Meet Here ,

Jax Navy's tennis team bangedout
Entries are now being acceptedby
.. Field CalmJax itJ fourth win of the year last
Malnslde Special Services for
Saturday, defeating the University
the Sixth Naval District Tennis
of Georgia, 7-2, on the losers'home
Tourney scheduled at the Boone Navy baseball activity court.

Park courts June 15. hag been as scarce as watern

The tournament will be Conducted the Gobi Desert for the past The racquelmen now hold a 4.3

on single elimination two: weeks. Bare spots in the record against top-flight south-

basis, both for singles and doub schedule have been made eastern competition. U was the
I second win for Jax Navy over the
let play. lengthier with an unwanted

TUB COMMANDANT, Sixth series of cancellations. v Georgia Bulldogs.

Naval District, has designated The always formidable Parris In a highlight attraction, "Ban

Capt. Burnham C, McCaffree, NAS sland[ Marines provide the re- tam Ben" SobleraJ walloped Mer-

commanding officer, as Tourney turning-to-action Fliers with an nit Pound, 6.3, 6-0. In another

Host Co-ordinator for the week. armful of competition tomorrow feature struggle, VF173's Johnny

long event Is Lcdr. Richard V and Saturday at the local or- "Mule" Houle lost to better-condi

Donahue, Malnslde Spf'CSServo/ I chard.It tioned, Beryle Weiner, 2.6, '.1,

ices" officer. was barely a year ago when 64.

All matches through quarterfinals this same PI nine moved into the Wind ITp Card

competition will be the best local confines to perform the task Jax Navy winds up its collegiate -

two out of three sets. Semifinalsand of "reopening" the Jax Navy schedule with a return match

final round matches' will be schedule The Islanders took: against Stetson University at De-

three out of five. three of four from the local club land. The Fliers tioimced st t:11 r

The team possessing' the greatest last year. TO DEPART-Jax Navy; outfielder son in an earlier I match lat

number of points at the end' Coach Frank McCaffrey Is un- I I Matt Wolosiyn, currently month.

of play, including both singles and derstandably cautious when asked the leading sticker witha Three' big weeks of tennis are
double, will be declared District of the Fliers' chances in the .312 mark, will be lost to the
II month. Wolo the local horizon. Netmtn from
after next
seiies. The is not Ion
champion I long layoff exactly
szyn, due for discharge then, ComFair Jax squadrons will compete -
CHAMPIONSHIP and runner- (conducive to par performances. Is well ahead of his .245 average [ next week for an AlrLant

up team will be presented appropriate at this time last year. lierfrt'nUy berth The Sixth Naval District
VETERAN Sl'AR-- Jim"Granny" returned to action after
I On the mound for the Fliers
trophies and individual
June 1-5: with
event is slated for
Coughlin, stalwart wil be Merle Gunnet ((5.2)) fast receiving a severe i
awards. Trophies will also be presented I several held
wound weeks ago the AlrLant tourney being
Jax first sacker
Navy will be
to winner and runnerupin I, becoming the club's workhorse, ---- -. -
June 711.
in the lineup when the Fliers in the and Frank Jankunis 1-- I
singles and doubles competition. opener
a two-game series with I Montgomery Rebels Boone Park !Site
open ((1-3)), solitary southpaw mem 1I
the Parris Island' Marines tomorrow ber of the hill I All three meets will be held at
It is expected a large field will corps.
afternoon at Mason Leading the locals at the plate, i Oppose Braves In the Boone Talk Courts. Jax Navy
be on hand with entries due to
Field. Coughlin is leading the and quite ahead of last year's tennis' competition hM been limited *' e
from Pensacola Green Cove
come ,
club with eight doubles! a average, is Matt Woloszyn, veteran Local Debut I'n MondayLeaving to the Boone Park enclosure

Springs, Charleston, Memphis, triple and four homers with centerfield cog. Woloszyn is 1 home a virtual tie this year due to the lack of play
Miami and Key West.
four hitting at a healthy .312 clip. for first place, the Sally League able courts on the station. '

District champions will go on' .bFi -I I "Granny" Coughlin with an Jacksonville Braves are currently I HKSVI.TS:
to further East Coast Navy com i
top ld ListedIn even .300 mark has been terrorizing in the midst of a week-long road Urn SobleraJ petition. Present plans call fort I fi-3. 6-0)) 1.Nm Wllnon (IN)
; hurlers of J late The and Macon. nt'tVnnl?
': enemy trip Augusta Muff. 0-2 VI ; Jack a I
the resumption of the All-Navy Bill McMullan g..2. Hriyle I Weiner
AFB husky first cacker leads in 7-5U;
Eglin I Ben Braves return
7, 6-4 BILL
Finals" later in the /season. 1C) 1. Johnny ;
total bases hits, homers, and homeMonday night for a three, VVUlIt (N) rt. Sam .rf'mt, ; 0-*. 5-7.. 6-4,
I and Stan Sttlnbt'rg0) d. Duck )lur1)1 -
Track CarnivalAn runs-balted-in. I game series with the Montgomery ) 6-1, 6-1.
and Cn ml land (N)
Double SobleinJ
Next scheduled: home aeries Rebels The Alabama club will be'I d. Pound : end Huff 6-1 6.2',1Ion

11-man team will represent will be June 1-2 against the Pat. I making its initial 1954 appearance and Iloule (IN) d. Welncr ani l McMuNi
I i Ian 6-2. 26. 6-2 and Foley' and AnN *
lemQui 1 Jax Navy in the Eglin Relays tomorrow I rick AFB Missileers. In an earlier )- at the local ball park. demon ( ) d. Firming and Slrlnbeitf

and Saturday at Eglin series!>> at Cocoa, the clubs split TIIK: (,OI.L' IJUA Reds are here -7-5.:-.6-0.----. -----. --- -- -
Field. I "
\i a two-game stand. for four games starting Thurs
Coach Jerry Hargis is pinning -------- --- -- .
\ day.. All night games begin. at SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR
ton S .ict) much of his l'ot- --- I IFLIERS' -
(ly Arm d Forcti r hope on Johnny
: 2000 with Sunday contents getting II
qiXSTIOXSJ. I subs, middle distance, and Mel I F RINGS underway at 1500.

What U. S. professional basketball Christensen, 880. Neither of these 'AS
i PI.ytr-PDI. C R H T8 RII Pct.\\
I Several familiar faces ( the
1 team played before the runners has been defeated it; service I'artrr.uu II 4 7:1J:1": : : !
Nuburm. tt 211 N3; III9:! 4t 16 .:312 1953 pennant-winning Braves are
largest crowd in cage history? competition this season hJln. I4 I 2t! 1111 ::1:1: ::1:1: is :ao ,,toll. I Kd "Strangler" Lewis, five
II"u ull.. p II I 10 J :3 3 t .:Sun back this season. Among the returnees -
2. What professional basketball Strong on Cinder rr //17 \92 III 27 4118\ .2113 I I are outfielders' Jim Freyand times I world's heavyweight'
A 2arrana II .... 4 7 1.1 2 2 U .:tee!
player. : holds the NBA record for sprint medley, including a I Irraeb. t ._ ... .. ....22: T4 II 21 2f II ,284: Joe Andrews, pitcher Carl I wrestling champion, was slated
scored without a 440, two 220's and an 880 Is on pit' 3h ... a 23 N 4 d 4 2t.I i i
most foul shots I 14.y;) w ._. .:::.2N:! 101 I IN 21 311 is I :sts:; Maloney and catcher Bill Casey. to appear In an exhibition
muss? I the program Larry White will Mlldl. rr ... ....._ ::1 1 n I a 3 1 ,231rnllr :
run the quarter, Christensen; the I e _. ... 11 35 7 N 9 11 .2I\ WITH TIIK oldsters as a nucleus match at Mason Field. Sched-
3. How many forward passes 'Ser1T, ::110 .. ......29 JOII 21i 22 31 IT ..2211I and a hustling band of newcomers uled to be with Lewis was
with the two ....
880, furlong spotsopt'n aryl rf -- 1 JII 4 4 8 :1 I ,211lb :
were completed by Sammy Baugh to Fred Nelson Matt Kuri- \.111III. ....... 10 U 4 3 3 2 .2no the club is being tabbed the present WOI hi'. champ,
during his 16 seasons' with the I Nay. Ib ___.._...10 U 4 3 3 2 :norula
as one of the to beat for Babe Sharkey
lich Ron p In 3 2 2 n :1o
or Thonlpson -
Washington Redskins? funnel; :: p :=:= : 22 4 4 4 3 :,1428)54'l I II I the .
The Fliers' hopes are centered 1 ) ". p ... II If 1 :1 :2 I II ,114'WT' league bunting.A FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY
4. What are 'the maximum dimensions around the running events, but I .. ......... .. _...!:. 8 18 2. 5 ..240Pitcwr reduced rate of fifty cents for Fasron Six, unbeaten in seven

of a regulation basketball coach Haigis may pick up some Ii I' II H W l I'ct servicemen is now in effect at t games, was leading the field tIn
lPaurtwa 4 U 7 If :3 I II 1.0111I
court? points in the ._ aU games. Uniforms are not required Mainside intramural softball
high jump javelin (funnel; A 117:14: U 1\ 2 .TiN /
flhf'fl. 44 23:11: :2 I I ./1110Zlttarl. but, ID cards must b e
ANSWRRS and broad jump with Frank Hill, I . 124 J21! I :2 ,433 .. competition. CPO'a and Marines -
1. The Hailem Globetrotters Kurilich and Larry Goller respectively fllt'kltOck '". ._ .. II 2d J 1il3: I :I ,11:1:1: : shown were also having a successful
I aada ._. _... 5 11U/ 2" 1 :I ..2110Juku. ..
played before 75,000 spectators at I ... _._ .. .. II 1411 Ie 27 1 a .200 season with one defeat
'1ST- ... 151918 0 I .000 She talked in her sleep-so he
the Olympic Stadium in J'e"" ('ula Entered; nib lrr.-. In eight contests.
I e-s. lop lei her
sent home to mutter.
Germany, in 1951 Others making the trip are: __ h_ .__ ._- w
2. Paul Arizin of the Phlladelphia Marty Graham; hurdles; Do J1

Warriors scored 17 fiee I Meyeichick, relay; George Adams,:

throws Nationals in a row, Feb.against 8, the 1052.Syracuse He I three-mile Teams ,are and expected manager from Mattlin Kg.,:11 Putter Hot As Scarbrough Cops NAS Toga 1-I

currently In serving in the Marines -, tin Pensacola, Ft. Jackson, Camp -

at Quantico, Va. I Stewart, Orlando AFB, Ft. Bed,r With an awed gallery following and fifth and a par on the sixth. then birdied the 17th and 1Mh

3. 1709. ning, Patrick AFB and Keeslei the afternoon round, I 1 Heyer reversed the role on the while Scarbrough stayed flat with

4. 94-ft. by 50-ft. AFB. I Bill had regulation figures.An .
Scarbrough a mas-
--- --- .- s exchange of birdies on the

Class 'B' Links Meet ter's touch under pressure to Morning Round 20th and 21st produced nothing
Indoor Pool Will 'M Frank 2 and I
I spill game Heyer, Heyer had the answer again on
Par Out 54.1 454 !3136Searbrossh !
In Concluding Round 1, in a 36-hole duel] last week- ,, 0.0 531!! 444 :.154 SSll the 22nd, but went over par on the

Undergo CleaningThe An all-Hospital playoff is on tap end for the Station Golf *>'er Out . 543 41} 314 38 24th, allowing Scarbrough to pull
Indoor Swimming for the first flight championship Championship.Never rar I. . . 445 341 34 :Mvirhroucli I abreast.
Building 614, will close Tues than down at I. .. 4.Mi !.141 4.34-39
more one
of. the Class "B" Golf Tournamentwhen JlI''f'r !. . . 415 345 443 :.1C Scarbrough needed three puttson
day until June 1 for
necessary juncture, Scarbrough drilled'
Dr. William Queen squaresoff any the 27th and Heyer nursed a
cleaning and Inspection.A in 15-footer on the 34th for a Afternoon Hound
against W. H. Bassett. a 1-up margin into the final nine

full swimming schedulewill : Dr. Queen defeated S. A. Biely, birdie after winning the 33rd witha Par Out . . S43 4.14 344 :3ti I The lead held until the 32nd when'
be maintained, however, to ahead pair. !"urbr.uch 0.:13: : 444 4ft :SHllfjrrr
by a
par go birdied the short four-
1-up in 20 holes, to gain a berth Oat . 842 345 455 37
with the use of five Malnside Bassett, who championed On the dogleg 36th, Scarbrough par test.

outdoor pools and two at against duplicated lie y e is par five to rr I. .. .. 441 :344 :3.14 I :MNr
;; Previous Station Champions
Frank Mesmer, 4 and 3. rbro..li I. t.lft :314: 154 :.14lUjfr
NATTCenter. In the second flight, Paul Trel- close' out the match.In IB .. .... i4i 346 344 97: R. J. Smith, '46; Joe Mc-

Swimming clauses for adults tel, a 5 and 4 victor over J. M. the morning round Scar. Donald, '47; Tony Grego, '48 and

and children, will begin soon Hartman, will try on Tom Lewis, brough quickly mounted a 3-up advantage '49; Wright North, 50); Bill Foulk,

after reopening of the Indoor who defeated Hugh McLaughlin, 4 at the end of nine on the backside to even the match. He '51); Erwin Scott '52, and Bob

Pool. and 2, for the championship strength of birdie on the second won the llth with a par-four and I Wallace, '53.I .


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mlmim)1FOR Visitors

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RENT ft privilege and as such the

t bdrm. turn apt. Ph. 2.0291, Mrs.. ; P 'Naval Air Station is not :obligated -'
,. ,hr ,
)Blanks a t S
t t t (; 1 to assume responsibility
2 bdrm. house near NAS. Ph. 2* I t g for damages incurred. Persons

8257, Mrs. Collins the facilities cautioned
/ using are
l', urn. garage apt 4508 Ervlngton : that they will be held responsible -

Ave. Ph. 8-1548, Mrs. Tate. for any damage resulting

2 rm. xmfurn. bungalow. 1285 Cassett. to government property

Ph. 88.8390, Mrs. Bradstreet '
are expected,
the proper procedure is to no-
Furn. rm. 2645 Dcllwood Dr. Ph. : : tify the NAB Officer of the

7-5168, Mrs. Hill. c 4 44a Day in advance as to the

3 rm. turn apt. Orange Park. Ph. number of guests in the party,

112-8-5722, Mrs. Jones. their names, which pier facUlties

p, r are to be used, and the
4 rot furn. lower apt. 1518 Pearl.
approximate arrival and de-
2 bdrm. furn. bungalow.2919 '
parture time of the guests.,
Doric Ave. Ph. 2-5224, :Mrs.
Harris The Station Police will make

4k frequent checks of the pier facUlties -
2 rm. furn. apt. 311 W. 4th St. 1
__ ___
Ph. 4.5676, Mrs. Fleming
FLY OVER ARCTIC-Here Is the first crew of Patrol Squadron 16 of Jar, now stationed at KefIavik with the existing regulation
3 rm. turn. apt. 311 W. 4th St. Iceland, to fly over the Arctic circle Left to right are, front row: Lt. Felix Wheeler;
Ph. 4-5676, Mrs. Fleming. Coradr. F. J. Bruneau, skipper of VP-16, and Lt.' (iff) II. C. Silver Back row (left to right) II. R.
Furn. rm. in private home. Near Kelsey AOU1; C. I) nslow, AN; L. V. Mundhenke\ AD3; A. D. Winchester, AM2\ ; G. W. Browne,
ATAN and L. K; Ladnier, AT3.
NAS. Ph. 88-9223, Mrs. Hertz-

4 rm man.: turn apt. 2636 Myra St. Ph. Service Housing Program SAFETY

7-8516, Mrs. Cowart. Box Score

2 rm. fiirn. upper apt. $30. 2511 r

Forbes Ph. 7-{738, Mrs. George. Given Disabling Injuries Through
Highest Priority
Tuesday, May 18 fo
5 rm. turn lower apt. 2509 Forbes.Ph. Personnel are invited visit
This ]Month 0
the USO Servicemen's Club at 37
George. Defense has given priority to a the
top program Increasing This Year 5 W. Monroe St., open from 0930 to
2 rm. turn apt. $45. 4602 Palwer amount of housing available to servicemen. with families, or at least Days Since Last 2330 daily

Ave Ph. 2-8351, Mrs. Morley. to Rive them fair rentals. Lost-Time Accident 21

Furn. rm. 2937 Algonquin. :Mrs. In an effort to increase the attractiveness Friday May 21 5:30: P.M.,
ards laid down by law would be GIRGABOAM- Cafe Italians. Spaghetti Supper.
W. C. Parrtsh. of military life, three
considered inadequate and local 7:00 P.M. Box Bids not
: Supper.
2 bdrm. unfurn. garage apt. 3898 pieces> of legislation have been Safety Slogan for May"To
commanders would fix the rent over $1.00.
Valencia Rd. Ph. 2-8586, Mrs. proposed.The to ]Make Your Life Last, Put
be should -
This save service
first is a program to build Safety First." Saturday, May 22-10:00: A.M.
h .Jadronja. 140,000' government-6wned family families about threeeighthsof Remember this slogan It Open House all day. 8:00: P.M.,
3 rm. turn apt. 4502 Irvington their quarters allowance
housing units over the next five means money. Dance with NAS Jumpln Jacks.
Ave. Ph. 8-6768 Mrs. *
Carney. lit
years. Sunday, May 23-10:00: A.M.
Rms. for rent. Single, $5.50. Double The second Is a bill to define bylaw Other fringe benefits IncludedIn Dunking Round Table-Free do-

$8.50. Ph. 2-0087, R. Wiener. I adequate and Inadequate the legislative objectives Dr. Army Sergeants nuts and coffee; 11:00: Off to

2 turn rms. 262 Woodland. Ph. quarters, and to allow those! livIng John A. Hannah, Assistant Sec Church; 6:00: P.M., Vesper Service

7-1767, Mrs. Lemn '. In inadequate quarters to pay retary of Defense for manpower, Finish and Refreshments. 8:00: P.M.,

3 rm. furn. apt. $70. 3064 Hediick.Ph. rent Instead of losing\ their quarters has set for himself are bills for StudyAt Free Movies.

8-1598 C. L. allowance. better dependent medical care; a 24 7:00 P.M.
Bryan Monday, May :
raise for midshipmen; and cadets; AE SchoolThe
6 rm. turn home in Venetia 4349 Ping Pong Instructions with Frank
Third, the Serviceman'. Readjustment equalization of benefits bill; the
Puskas Roller Skating at Skate-
DeMedia. Ph. 88.0412, Lcdr. R. "beachhead" ;
established a -
active duty survivors benefit bill; Army
Act will be amended so
land reduced rates. .
L. Rupp. that those officers and enlistedersonnel a bill to ease the limit on weightof at AE School, Class A, when ,
25 800 P.M.
Furn. apt. 2604 Post St. Mrs. on active duty who cannot household goods for free shipment two master sergeants reported to Cootie Tuesday, May -

Bray now qualify for GI home loan ; a bill to extend the provi- NATTCenter. Last week one of
3 bdrm. brick house, $125. 3658 benefits will be able to qualify. sions of the war risk hazards bill them, M/Sgt. Harry P. Goodwinof ,Wednesday, May 26-6:30: P.M. .

Boone Park rh. 2-8894, Mrs. A new Title VI In the military that covers civil service employees the Army Transportation Bowling Party 8:00: P.M., Charades -

Lewis. construction bill now before the of the military service, over- School at Fort Eustis, Va., .

Efficiency garage apt.. $65 Ph. louse Armed Services Committee seas, and two bills dealing with was the honor student in the grad- .

2-5998, Mrs. Putter will be sought by Defense to get education and information. uating class.Sergeant VF-14 QualifiesFor

One and two bdrm. unfurn. opts the quarters program rolling It It is predicted that many of Goodwin led the classof

The Angles Apt. Ph. 2-5326, would authorize $350,000,000 for these bills will pass, if they get 23 sailors and eight marinesin

Whittington. family housing construction.The to Congress soon enough. Two of the 22-weeft course. He also All-Weather

Furn. bdrm. kit. and bath. Ph, program, approved orallyby them have little hope the active topped a fellow Army) man, M/Sgt..

7-4 788, Mrs. Dodd. the President and the Budget duty survivor benefits bill, Paul Wolfe. Night InterceptsFighter
Bureau, would and the equalizations of benefits have returned -
mean 25,000 new The two Army men
3 rm. turn apt. 852 St. Clair St
Ph. 8-3992, Mrs. Breese. family ,dwellings in the U. S. and bill for the Reserves. to Fort Eustis where they Squadron 1* is n 0 w

overseas, plus rehabilitation of existing will instruct in the Aviation Schoolof one of the few Navy Jet all wea-

volt SALEI buildings. Weekend Tide Table the Transportation Corps which ther night intercepter squadrons
bdim. includes liaison planes, hellocop- qualified in Ground Controlled Interception -
2 bath, ranch type home. HIGH LOW
The fair rentals bill was pro- ters and transports. .
3020 Ernest St. Ph. 2-9663, R. A.M. P.M.: A.M. P.M. ,
F. Jones. posed some years ago by Rep. During World War II Sergeant Having jest returned from eight
Fri. 10:09: 10:28: 3:58: 3:50:
Charles E. Bennett (D.-Fla,), and Goodwin was an aerial. gunner weeks of training with the
I bdrm. cement block home. $48.50( Sat 10:52: 11:11: 4:39: 4:37:
now hen the approval'of Defense when the Army Air Force was in FaetuLant school for GCI, locatedat
month. 4146 Shirley Ave. Ph Sun. 11:39: 11:59: 5:25: 5:31:
8-6371, Lt. Bailey Secretary Charles Wilson. It effect. Boca Chica Field, NAS Key
would permit military people to West, the Tophatters hold the
1 bdrm. CBS Home, Cedar Shores
occupy substandard housing on a lead in maintaining ready efficiency -
y,.,.. 5501 Shorewood Rd. Ph. '8-5565, 2
rental basis without loss of BAQ .
Lt. Hunley.
Under the of the Ben-
2 bdrm.: house $33.00 month. Buy principle 4w WHILE AT NAS Boca Chlca
nett bill, government-owned hous-
equity. 3075 W. 1st. St., Mrs. the Tophatters kept to a rigid
ing falling to meet stand-
J. Hope. schedule. Classes during the day

6 rm. house. See by appointment were supplemented with hops at

Ph. 2-0290, Mi's. Hartfield. Something New night commencing at 1700 and

6 rm. house with garage. 2437 continuing until 0200. Crews were
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Cedar Shores Circle Ph. 8-6869, sometimes kept on the job until-

Lcdr. Wallace ed when he attempted to pass 0400 or 0500 in the morning, with

2 bdrm. home. Kitchenequipped. through the main gate with a work commencing at 1400 the

GI Equity, 3532 Mocasin St. Ph person concealed in the trunkof same day. ,

88-9987, Mrs. Power. his vehicle, and was indefinitely TilE COURSE of training con-

restricted from bringinghis sisted of 30 hours of ground train

MISCELLANEOUSRide car aboard the Naval Air ing and 12 hops for each pilot.

wanted to Norfolk, Va., May Station. The GCI hops began with the
Ph. Punishment meted out in these ..,,.
29. Fay Werner, 62525. basic 90 degree Intercept and advanced

Riders wanted to Minnesot. cases included 60 restrictions, > to the 135 and 180 degree

around June 1. Ext. 395, Olson varying from one week to indefinite : intercepts with a "bogey" plane

baby sitter, will drive car. Ph,. 76 suspended sentences, 17 that constantly. altered its head.

7-4788, :Mrs. Dodd. cases dismissed, 13 warnings, 4 ing.

Baby sitting, day or night. Ph. licenses temporarily revoked, and During their" eight weeks stayat

88-8238, Mrs. Hart, 4112 Mar. one case referred to the com- the southernmost tip of the

quette. Ave. manding officer for further ac OFF FOR NIGHT Commencing night/ intercepter opera U. S., the Tophatters enjoyed the

. Day Nursery, Hyde Park, hour,p tion. Four cases have been held tions at Fighter Squadron Fourteen are W. J. Hembree, ADI, hospitality afforded them by the
, W,. official of (left) and Ens. W. F. Hampton, who board their F3D SkynUhr.
day or week. Ph. 87.1673, over until the report FaetuLant school then commanded
VF-14, back from training Key West, i 18 now qualified in
If Campbell an accident has been completed round Controlled Interception. i by Capt. L. S. Prlct.i .

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FOR RENT a privilege and a* such the

1 bdnu. furn. apt. Ph. 2-0291, Mrs. 'Naval Air Station Is not:obligated

assume responsibility
2 bdnn. house near NAS Ph. 2- for damages incurred. Persons

8257, Mrs. Collins using the facilities are caution

Furn. garage apt. 4508 ErvlngtonAve. .4, ed that they will be held responsible -
Ph. 8.1548, Mrs. Tate. I 4 for any damage resulting *

2 rm. unfurn. bungalow. 1285 Cas- to government property.

sett. Ph 68-8390, Mrs Bradstreet *
P sa'y are expected,
the proper procedure is to no-

Furn. rm. 2645 Dellwood. Dr. Ph. tify the NAB Officer of the
7-5168, Mrs. Hill. t t;.I a.5,
3 rm. furn. apt. Orange Park. Ph. number of guests In the party,
112-8-5722, Mrs. Jones. their names, which pier facUlties

4 rm. furn. lower apt. 1518 Pearl. are to be used, and the
Iir'S approximate arrival and departure
2 bdrm. furn. bungalow.2919
time of the guests.,
Doric Ave Ph. 2-5224, Mrs.
Harris. $ The Station Police will make

) frequent checks of the pier facilities -
2 rm. turn apt. 311 W. 4th St,
to insure compliancewith
Ph. 4-5676, Mrs. Fleming.
FLY OVER ARCTIC-Here Is the first crew of Patrol Squadron 16 of Jax, now stationed at Kef- the existing regulations.
3 rm. furn. apt. 311 W. 4th St. lavik, Iceland. to fly over the Arctic circle. Left to right are, front row: Lt. Felix Wheeler;
Ph. 4-5676, Mrs. Fleming. Comdr. ... J. Bruneau, skipper of VP-16, and Lt.' (jg) R. C. Sliver. Back row (left to right) II. R.
Furn. rm. in private home. Near Kelsey AOU1; C. Denslow, AN; L. V. Mundhenke, AD3; A. D. Winchester, AM2; G. W. Browne,
ATAN and L. K; Ladnler. AT3.
NAS. Ph. 88-9223, Mrs. Hertz I

4 rm man.: furn. apt. 2636 Myra St. Ph. Service Housing Program I SAFETY

7.8516, Mrs. Cowart. : Box Score ,
2 mi. turn upper apt. $30. 2511
Forbes Ph. 7.4738, Mrs George. Given Highest Priority Disabling Injuries Through
Tuesday, May 18 Co
Personnel are Invited visit
5\ rm. furn. lower apt. 2509 Forbes.Ph. This
; 0 the USO Servicemen's Club at 37
7-4738 Mrs.
George. Defense has given top priority to a program increasing the This Year 5 W. Monroe St., open from 0930 to
2 rm. turn apt. $45. 4602 Palwer amount of housing available to servicemen with families, or at least Days Since Last 2330 dally.

Ave Ph. 2-8351, Mrs. Morley to give them fair rentals.In Lost-Time Accident 21GIRGABOAM
Friday May 21 5:30 P.M.
Furn. ITU. 2937 Algonquin. Mrs. an effort to increase the attractiveness : ,
ards laid down by law would be Cafe Italians, Spaghetti Supper.
W. C. Parrish. of military life, three
considered inadequate, and local 7:00 P.M. Box Bids not
: Supper.
of have been Safety Slogan for
2 bdrm. unfurn. garage apt. 3898 pieces legislation May"To
commanders would fix the rent over $1.00.
Valencia Rd. Ph. 2-8586, Mrs. proposed.The Make Your Life Last, Put
to be paid. This should save serv-
first is a program to build Safety First." Saturday, May 22-10:00: A.M.
.Jadronja. 140,000 government6wned family ice families about three-eighths Remember this slogan it Open House all day. 8:00: P.M.,

3 rm. fuin. apt. 4502 Irvlngton housing units over the next five of their quarters allowance means money. Dance with NAS Jumpln' Jacks.
Ave. Ph. 8-6768, Mrs. Carney. *.
years. Sunday, May 23-10:00: A.M.
Rms. for rent. Single, $5.50. Double The second Is a bill to define bylaw Other fringe benefits includedin Dunking Round Table-Free do-

$8.50. Ph. 2-0087, R. Wiener. adequate and inadequate the legislative objectives Dr Army. Sergeants nuts and coffee; 11:00: Off to

2 furn. rms. 262 Woodland Ph. quarters, and to allow those! livIng John A. Hannah, Assistant Sec Church; 6:00: P.M., Vesper Service

74767, Mrs Lema '. in inadequate quarters to pay retary of Defense for manpower, Finish and Refreshments. 8:00: P.M.,
has set for himself are bills for Study
rent Instead of their Free Movies.
3 rm. furn. apt. $70. :3C6t Hedilck. losing quar
Ph. 8-1598, C. L. Bryan. ters allowance. better dependent medical care; a Monday, May 24 7:00: P.M.
raise for midshipmen, and cadets; At AE SchoolThe
6 rm. furn. home in Venetia. 4349 the Ping Pong Instructions with Frank
Third, the Sen Iceman's Read- equalization of bill;
Puskas Roller Skating at Skate-
DeMedia. Ph. 88-0412 Lcdr. ;
established a "beach
active duty survivors benefit bill; Army
Justment Act will be amended
reduced rates.
land .
L. Rupp. head" at AE School Class A when ,
that those officers and enlisted a bill to ease the limit on weightof
25 800 P.M.
Furn. apt. 2604 Post St. Mrs. personnel on active duty who can- household goods for free shipment two master sergeants reported to Cootie Tuesday, May -

Dray. not now qualify for GI home loan ; a bill to extend the provisions NATTCenter. Last week one of
3 bdrm. bride house $125. 3658 benefits will be able to qualify.A of the war risk hazards bill them, M/Sgt. Harry P. Goodwinof Wednesday, May 26-6:30: P.M,

Booms! Park Ph. 2-8894, Mrs. new Title VI In the military that covers civil service employees the Army Transportation Bowling Party. 8:00: P.M., Char-

Lewis. construction bill now before the of the military service over- School at Fort Eustis, Va., ades.

Efficiency garage apt. $63.: Ph. House Armed Services Committeewill seas, and two bills dealing with was the honor student In the grad- 5 5'

2-5908, Mrs. Putter. be sought by Defense to get education and information. uating class.Sergeant VF-14

One and two bdrm. unfurn. apis. the quarters program rolling. It It is predicted that many of Goodwin led the classof QualifiesFor

The Angles Apt. Ph. 2-5326. would authorize $350,000,000 for these bills will pass, if they get 23 sailors and eight marinesin

Whittlngton.Furn. family housing construction.The to Congress soon enough. Two of the 22-weeH course. He also All-Weather

them have little hope the active topped a fellow Army man, M/Sgt.
: bdrm. kit. and bath. Ph. program, approved orallyby
7-4788, Mrs. Dodd. the President and the Budget duty survivor benefits bill, Paul Wolfe -
Night InterceptsFighter
Bureau would and the equalizations! of benefits have
The two returned
mean 25,000 new Army men
2 rm. furn. apt. 852 St. Clair St,
bill the
for Reserves
Ph. 8-3992, Mrs. Breese. family ,dwellings in the U. S. and to Fort Eustis where they Squadron 2* Is n o vr

overseas, plus rehabilitation of ex- n r will instruct in the Aviation Schoolof one of the few Navy Jet all wea-

FOil SALE isting buildings. Weekend Tide Table the Transportation Corps which ther night intercepter squadrons
includes liaison planes hellocop- qualified In Ground Controlled In-
5 bdiin. 2 bath ranch type home. man LOW ,
The fair rentals bill was pro- ters and transports. terception.
3020 Ernest St. Ph. 2-9663, R. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. ,
F. Jones. posed some years ago by Rep. Fri. 10:0910:28: 3:58: 3:50: During World War II Sergeant Having just returned from eight
Charles E. Bennett (D.-Fla,), and Goodwin was an ae.rlal gunnerwhen weeks of training with the
2 bdrm, cement block home. $48.50 Sat. 10:5211:11: 4:39: 4:37:
now has the approval' Defense the Air Force In
was FaetuLant school for GCI, locatedat
month. 4146 Shirley Ave. Ph. Sun. 11:39: 11:59: 5:25: 5:31:
8-6371, Lt. Bailey Secretary Charles I Wilson. It effect. Boca Chica Field, NAS Key
would permit military to -------
people West the hold the
1 bdrm. CBS Home, Cedar Shores.
.", 5501 Shorewood Rd. Ph. .8-5565, occupy substandard housing on a lead in maintaining ready effi-
rental basis without loss of BAQ.
Lt Hunlcy.
Under the principle of the Ben-
2 bdrm.; house. $33.00 month. Buy WHILE AT NAS Boca Chlca,
I nett bill, government-owned hous-
equity. 3075 W. 1st. St., Mrs the Tophatters kept to a rigid
ing failing to meet certain stand- 4I
J. Hope. schedule. Classes during the day

6 rm. house. See by appointment. were supplemented with hops at

Ph. 2-0290, Mrs. Hartfield. Something New night commencing at 1700 and

6 rm. house with garage. 2437 continuing until 0200. Crews were
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Cedar Shores Circle. Ph. 8-6869, sometimes, kept on the job until-
Lcdr. Wallace. ed when he attempted to pass 0400 or 0500 in the morning, with

2 bdrm. home. Kitchen equipped. through the main gate with a work commencing at 1400 the

GI Equity, 3532 Mocasin St. Ph person concealed in the trunkof : same day. ,

88-9987, Mrs. Power. his vehicle, and was indefi- TilE COURSE of training con-

nitely restricted from bringing sisted of 30 hours of ground train

MISCELLANEOUSRide his car aboard the Naval Air ing and 12 hops for each pilot.

wanted to Norfolk, Va., May Station. The GCI hops began with the
<. 29. Fay Werner, Ph. 6-2525. Punishment meted out in these basic 90 degree intercept and advanced -

Riders wanted to Minnesota cases included 60 restrictions, : to the 135 and 180 degree '

around June 1. Ext. :395, Olson varying from one week to indefinite intercepts with a "bogey" plane

baby sitter, will drive car. Ph. ( 76 suspended ,sentences, 17 that constantly altered its head

7.4788, Mrs. Dodd. cases dismissed, 13 warnings, 4 ing. -

Baby sitting, day or night. Ph licenses temporarily revoked, and During their eight weeks stayat

88-8238, Mrs. Hart, 4412 Mar. one case referred to the commanding the southernmost tip of the

quette. Ave. officer for further ac OFF FOR NIGHT HOP-Commencing night intercepter opera- U. S., the Tophatters enjoyed the

Day Nursery, Hyde Park, hour, tion. Four cases have been held tions at Fighter Squadron Fourteen are W. J. Hembree, ADI, hospitality afforded them by the
left Ens. W. F, Hampton who board their F3D Skynight.
( ) and ,
week. Ph. 871673 W. until the official of FaetuLant school theN commanded
day or over report is -
VF-lt, back from training at Key West, now qualified in -
I!. Campbell an accident has been completed. Ground Controlled Interception. by Capt. L. S. Prict.I .