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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1954
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL-.12 No. 12 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 17 June, 1954

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


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,. ::44 Naval Hospital Jacksonville, NAS Cecil Field and NAAS 1

.. .. : *11w ,'. Glynco,. Ga. are among 63 Navy installations and some 101 ,f

,." } military bases in line to receive dependents\ housing units
under the proposed legislation.sent to Congress.
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83; Mine Counter-measures Station y
ceive 30 units; NAS Cecil Field Panama City, Fla., 25; Sup-

would receive 95 and Glynco Is uly Corps School, Athens, Ga.,
r :;::4 on the list for 83. Included In the 30; NAAS Glynco, Ga., 83; Con f.

: i i.1t legislation proposed by the Defense struction Ian Ctr., Gulfport, Miss.,

Department Is the authorization 7; Naval Hospital, Beaufort, S. C., '
; '1 for construction and re- :50; Aux. NAS, Chase Field, Tex.,
273; Naval Hospital, Pensacola,
:t habilitation of 25,000 units for
Fla., 50; Naval Hospital, Corpus
"-. Armed Forces personnel Christi!, Tex., 35: ; Aux NAS,
1 t Kingsville, Tex., 20; NTC, Great
REAR ADM. ilARDI SON DEPARTS-Commander Fleet Air The Air Force will receive the Lakes, III., 288; Amphibious: Base,
Jacksonville, Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, who relinquishedhis largest share 13,000 units; the Coronado, Calif., 2; Aux. NAS,
Admiral To command here In ceremonies Monday, returns the salute of
Army receives 7,500; while the El Centro, Calif., 20.
over 1,500 Fleet Air lax officers and men as he passes through
sideboys to the site of the change-of-command. CommanderFleet Navy and Marine Corps are slated NAS, Miramar, Calif., 25; Na
Leave ForWashingfon Air Jax since August 1951, Admiral Hardison leaves for to get 4,500 units. val Hospital, San Diego, Calif.,
where he will be assistant to the
Washington special Deputy The following Navy installations 10; Naval Hospital, Oakland, Calif.
Chief of Naval Operations in aviation safety matters.
would receive dependents 10; Supply Center, Oakland, Calif. ...'
Other Benefits Sought housing units under the Defense 10; Naval Communications Ctr.,

Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardi- Department proposal. Skaggs Island, Calif., 50; Aux.

son, Commander Fleet Air Jack NAS Brunswick, Me., 20; Na- NAS, Fallon, Nev., 60; Naval
sonville, Monday relinquished his Propose Insurance Pool val Hospital, Newport, R. I., 10; Hospital, Bethesda, Md., 60; Potomac -
command to Captain Howard V. Naval Hospital, St. Albans, N. Y., Naval District Area,3; Out-
Hopkins, his chief of staff, during 10; Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, side U. S. Naval Station, Ar-

colorful ceremonies held on, the For Government WorkersCongress 25; Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, (Please Turn to Pace 8, Col. 5))
apron of FasronJSlx. aircraft park 10; Naval Hospital, Bainbridge, .
ing ramp. Md., 10; Naval Hospital, Camp
The ceremonies were attended has been asked by President Eisenhower to set Lejeune, N. C., 50; Naval Communications New
by a large group of Fleet Air Jax up a life insurance pool for government employees. The lropos.'l1 Station, Drivers, Va, Military
officers and enlisted men who would permit each employee to insure himself for one 18'/; Naval Communications Sta-

stood at rigid attention In a swel year's salary at $13 a thousand per year.A tion, Northwest, Va., 34; Naval Dependent'sID
second administrative plan Hospital, Portsmouth, Va., 35;
tering 94-degree temperature. eral employees would pay social
would coordinate civil service retirement Naval Mine Depot, Yorktown, Va., CardA
Praises Command security taxes. However, the civil
9.
During the ceremonies Adm. and social security to service deduction would be decreased S s new Military Dependent's

Hardison praised the more than liberalize benefits. so that the total outlay NAS Cecil Field, Fla., 93; Naval Identification Card (DD Form
1,500: members of his command for Neither more or less Insurance would be from five and onehalfto Hospital, Jacksonville, Fla., 720)) has been established by

their outstanding work in the ex- could be taken by the federal six percent, as compared with 30; NAS, Key West, Fla., 20; the Navy In an effort to dispense -
tensive training program being worker than his salary would six percent now Naval Station, Key West, Fla., with the variety of identification -

conducted here. warrant. In most this wouldbe now required at some
cases,
lie added praise also for those Installations.The .
Fleet Air Jacksonville units which more than his pay. For example new cards are now on

contributed to the Korean con an annual salary of $6,100 order and will be Issued by the

flict. would entitle the worker to $7,000 Security department at the

Adm. Hardison emphasized the worth of insurance, and $3,900 6 tS Naval Air Station soon. One

fact that without the cooperation would give him $4,000 In insurance r' of their many uses will be for
of both civilian I and military The cost would be twenty- : shopping In the Commissary !
v
groups of this area, that his mission five cents per thousand each day. C 4 Store.
here for the past three years 7.t. .:,y' 4 fi This change will also permit
would not have been possible. OTHER PROVISIONS include { ingle[ military personnel to pur-
chase groceries at the Commis
Emphasizes: Liaison '
double Indemnity for death by ac-
lie said: "Since assuming com- cident and anyone who retired on sary store simply by showing
mand I lave the fullest their regular armed forces Identification -
enjoyed
) federal annuity before 65 would Fos
cooperation from everyone. I feel not pay in any more and wouldbe L .1( card. Previously the
that the"tlvilian-military relation- covered in full until age 65; : lt practice here had been to issue
tl
ship has reached a new high." then the amount of coverage 1.f: one-day temporary permits to
He continued: "The close-knit would decrease two percent' per H >Q 1.k single personnel.
liaison and good spirit which has month to a minimum of twenty- s Although the Navy Bureauof
:
1's J and Accounts ha
Supplies
surrounded the fleet's activities five cents. F
with the Naval Air Station has I 'fj> no fear that single military
Employees who stay in gov- L' jWLjIPOINTS : : personnel will abuse commis-
been most
gratifying, and this in- ernment service past 65 would
eludes the Marine detachmenthere. OUT TROUBLE AREA-Donald Mathews, AOl, sary shopping privileges, officials -
coverage (left) Instructor at Aviation Ordnanceman School, Class B at pointed out that local com-
"These conclusions NATTCenter, points out to Walter Ward, AOC, (right) the disas mands could restrict the purchases -
are based on month to minimum sembly bolts the Aero 14 bomb rack and
percent per a on rocket launcher, which of single to
my 43 years of naval service and of 25%. required plenty of maintenance during the Korean campaign personnel
my extensive personnel-command.. Should worker resign, he This maintenance resulted In the construction of the Aero 14A conform with commissary fa-
relationship." any rack tester, which was origvally built by Mathews.A cilities.
could convert the government In-

Admiral for retirement Hardison from is the scheduled Navyin surance to straight* life.. ( Bomb Rack Tester, Developed By A01 Gets OKuse I

December. Until that time he SHOULD THE PROPOSAL be- -
I bomb rack tester, designed by
will serve on the staff of Deputy come law, it would automaticallyapply Donald D. Matthews, A01, cur- squadron's commanding officer to with the gradual evoking
(Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4)- to all' federal workers, ex- rently an'instructor in the fire the Chief of the Bureau of Aero- of the final piece of test equip.
cept those who within 31 days control phase of AO (B) Schoolat nautics, it was stated that because ment."

WEATHER OUTLOOK declared themselves out. NATTCenter, has proved excel- of continuous operations, I Mathews' Ingenuity came to
Simultaneously, the Kaplan Com lent in operation. much time was spent in the the front and his tester proved a
Friday-Mostly fair. Contin- ,mittee proposed tying civil servIce Mathews designed this piece of checking, maintenance, and lubri convenient means of isolating and
ued warm throughout the week retirement and social security electrical test equipment while attached cation of the Aero 14 Bomb Rack. checking each solenoid and circuit
end.
together to produce bigger retirement to Fighter Squadron It wan also pointed out la the In the Aero li combination
Saturday-Showers. and thundershowers and family survivor ben- 153 when that squadron was on letter that "To begin with, the Bomb Rack and Rocket Launcher *
efits.Under operations duty in Korean waters. Aero It WM of prime import and Bomb Rack. The Tester

Sunday-Mostly fair. t the new proposal t. fed. According to a letter from the ancf and wall In mfr af'tf\.e (Please! Turn tl) Pace 8, Col. 3).


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Lcdr. Stinson To



,JflRflfl4JJS a Head StationCommunications



rubllKtiett every Thursday tot Nary and Marine activities at Naval Air
Elation. Jackson Ille Fl 1..
XAS! JtkMMlll I Lcdr. John F. J, Stinson for
upt. Bnrrtham C. McCatfreo ........................Commanding Officer
Ccmdr.: John D. Blitch _.__ 1lE'C\llhl:: QUicef merly with Experimental Squad.

e' Air Jsck..acme I ron V7M at NAS Key West, will
Rear Adm. Oiborne B, fhrlt':: ....,,.,....,.,.,............k...-Comm ndrC
.pt Howard V. Hopkins ... ...... .............................Chief of Staff relieve Com dr, Karl H. Imholteas
Fleet Air 11'lag! E1.T '. NAS Jax: Communication! of-
rpt. Theodore! DaM _" .. .. ..... _._., Commander
Comdr. Frank D, Meyer Chlel staff. OUcir ficer.
n
Naval Air Techilrtl Trading Center K Comdr. Imholte will leave JUlIe
Capt. Dld t.I(' amp __ Commanding Officer '
Comdr. \\llson R. Baltic'It..,.,.?................?.._....u Jxt'C\ilhl:; Officer 23 for Brunswick, Me., where he
Naval U.lId I will be attached to Squadron Vl'.
Capt Edward, S. Lowe .............,. ..Commindlnc Officer .
CcpU U .. Newton .u.__ -':"eI&UOUeer 26.
MABTO Lcdr Stinson entered the
OfficerExecutUe Navy
Capt. John L. Counlhan. Commanding
ComJr. C. GI PY Stiunu- Officer In 1938, after attending Vlllanova

College, Villanova, Pa. He
The JAX AIR NEWS 1 la published weekly l at the U. S. Naval Air !Station. receivedhis
.;/arVionvllle. Hoi ida and printed commercially with non-aD proprlated undi Navy wings at Pensacola in
no In the soxernment and In compliance with NAVSX0S P-35. Re?.
tto 1 expenit.. Cople are illftiibuted I free of charge at the Naval Air 1 Station 1 the Oct. 1941. During the war he served
Naval Air Technical Training c.J1tt'rJ"Nnal Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval .r in the Caribbean area North
Air Station Cecil: Field and the U. Naval llospltaU* ;
Editor:: -Andrew II, Tlaney Africa; and the American and
Assistant/ Fdltor-HdC'n Sports K: titor-Gordon Robbie, JOS; European Theatres
Matt Kopoiler-Jim Kjun, AN; Clrculation.DllllllbulhJIhuck Paul A03;
Ciase, SN. 'COMMUNICATIONS CHANGE-Lcdr. John F. J. Stinson From March 1945, until Nov.
The JAX AIR NEWS la a member Of the Armed Force Prena penletAFFS NAS West to relieve 1946, he was attached to
material appearing In tMi, publication may not be reprinted withoutthe (right), newly arrived from duty at Key NAS
written permission Forces PreM Santee. Republlcatlon I of other Comdr. Karl II. Imholte as NAS Communications officer, tries outcome Banana River, Fla., as executive
matter, except by ae('UIA'publication. U prohibited without pcrmlulon of Internal security equipment under the amused eye of his officer( of the Aviation Basic
Editor.: JAX AIR NENVS.
Editorial nfnrci located Main Administration Building. Phone exteniloniM predecessor Comdr. Imholte's next assignment is with VF-26 Training Unit. From then
.. 216 and 8164.Constant. Brunswick, Maine. until
Dec. 1948 he was assistant Opeiatlons .

THE REAL KILLERThe officer of Fleet Air Wing

Changes Present SAFETYBox Three, based at Coco Solo In the
Council
National Safety reports -
Canal Zone.In .
Score that the biggest single killer Jan. 1950:> after attending

To Pilots Disabling InJurlts1'IlrouCh of children one to 14 years old General Line School at Monterey,

Challenge Navy i Tuesday, June 15 In this country is still motor vehicle Calif., he was assigned to dutyat

This Month 0 NAS Atlantic
accidents not the highly City, first as
(TM ta the third 'in a aeries of four articles ly the Naval Air This Year 6 assistant Operations officer -and

Reserve Training Unit depicting the /tand adwntafftii of becoming Days Since Last publicized polio, nor tuberculosis, later as Administration officer

a Naval Aviation Cadet). Lost-Time Accident 6 nor pnuemonia, nor even the In April 1952, Lcdr. StlnAon wentto

NEW HORIZONS! GIRGABOAMJune dreaded lukemia or other form of NAS Key West.

New naval aviators, graduates of the NavCad schools: are now as yet incurable cancer. -4 q-
Safety Slogan
ready for approximately two and a half years duty with the fleet. It'eam .
"Help Rescue Safety-Accidents 25 Enter
interesting future in store! for them.
Old maid: Someone 'Who's spenttoo
-- Are Killing It.
They might be called upon to
transport personnel from the con lative stages, will "have more Remember this slogan It much time chinning and not AGO ClassTwenty'flve
I power, more space for fighting
tinental United State to one of means _money. enough time neckingMsgr. ,
incredible more freedomto
Us outlying bases across the sea; gear and .. Navy Ensigns te.
the without refueling -- -- -
or, they might be assigned to a range seas .. .- ported aboard this week for Aviation
mercy mission to drop supplies to than any ship has had up to Ground Officers School at
With relatively small Sheehy Former Jax Chaplain
now. a quantity
R stricken community: or, for the of fissionable material, this ( the Naval Air Technical: Training

highly qualified and exciting job I Center.
I carrier will have virtually unlimited To Speak At Catholic Rites Sunday
of testing planes of tomorrow. crusing range at full speed." Recent graduates of Officer
With the advent of the jet Candidate School at :Newport. R.
plane as a potent instrument of TilE SHIP WILL carry between Approximately 200 men, both'' Chapel. I, the Ensigns will be graduated

speed and striking power, follow 100 and 120 of the most civilian and military personnel, I August 6 from AGO School. It i i.*

ing the end of World War II, the powerful planes and will be able are expected to attend the quarterly Munhlgnor l :Sliwliy also nerved the 14th class to be convened at

new Naval Reserve pilot of today to launch them four at a time j I Communion Mass of Father on the battleship USS Mississippiand AGO.

finds a challenge confronting from a 1,000 foot night deck. It I f Maher Council 648, Knights of the aircraft carrier USS I Following are the E n i I g n *

him daily to master' these new will cary a crew of 3,000 and have Columbus, at St. Edward's Chapel Saratoga He wears six battle scheduled for the school: Richard

winged mechanical birds that are 4 tonnage in excess of 60,000.. It is Sunday morning, June 20.' tars, and the bronze star, for I Alliegro, Raymond Anderson, Joseph
a fore runner in a naval i evolution
changing with each passing year. that has been full Mass will be celebrated at 0800 Andress, Arthur Benson, Jul-
MOREOVER, Tin Atomic Energy going ian W. Benson, Roscoe Champion,
be followed .
steam since two when and will immediatelyby ..
years ago,
Commission has recently announced I Thomas Donald
Coyle, Davis, Peter -
a breakfast and program at
the President laid the keel of the
that it I is proceeding with USS Nautilus the first atomic- the CPO Club. Knights of all Fischer, Robert Carney, Fran

the development of an atomic reactor submarine, I councils al'e invited, and will be cis Goebel, Williard Huyck, John

,suitable for use as the power powered admitted through the main gate Kovalik, Henry Lynch, James McIntosh -

plant in such large ships as With all these new planes and by displaying their traveling cards s I. Gerald Mindel, Joseph
aircraft carrier. new ships at their disposal, Naval I
an according to Father (Capt.) Her Neath, John Osmond, Wallace

According to John F. Floberg, aviators"of tomorrow will find bert P. McNally, NAS Senior 3 Parr, Conrad Sawiak, James

former assistant, Secretary of the their future in the air full t>f excitement Chaplain and Catholic Chaplain, Sz Schell, Edward Siegman, George

Navy for Air, this atomic car adventure and promise. who has arranged the affair Slater, Louis Stallkamp and Marshall

Tier, although still in the fot'mu-1 When they have finished their Townsend.

four years of active duty, includ- -4
Honored speaker for the Com
ing 18 months training period,
MOVIESMALVSIDK munion breakfast will be the Rt. to hold the lank of.,Rear Admiral.
some of these pilots have the option
Reverend Monsignor :Maurice S. His postwar service with the
of transferring. to the Regular -
Sheehy, dean of religious education Navy has taken him three times
Navy, but most return to their
Thursday, June 17 at the Catholic University of to the Pacific and twice to the
homes and continue flying as
Deadly Enemy ........Rod Cameron, America, Washington, D. C., anda Mediterranean areas. Monsignor
"Weekend Warriors" in the Navy }
Broderick Crawford Rear Admiral In the Reserve. ; MONSIGNOR SIIEFHY Sheehy is also the author of six
Marine Reserve
and
squadrons. *
Friday, June 18 This will be a return visit for ComingSunday for Catholic books';; two of the most. recentare
LOCAL RESERVE pilots are rites
The Bigamist .........Joan. Fontaine, Monsignor Sheehy, who served as I i "Head Over Heels" and "fix
continuing their part-time train- I
Ida Lupino senior Catholic Chaplain at the his service in the raciflo. In 1944 O'Clock Mass."
ing at Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve
"Saturday, June 19 Naval Air Station during the war i I he attained the rank. of Captain, CHGUN Daniel J. Morris is general -
Naval
Training Unit at the '
Boy from Oklahoma....Will Rogers, Air Station, one of the 28 l similar year-. His active duty with the i and was assigned as District Chaplain I chairman of the affair and

Jr., Nancy Olson Navy began in February 1941, of the llth Naval Districtin other officials include: Ray Buile
Installations maintained throughout -
NATTCENTERTlmryday : : the United State with a two-year tour at NAS Jax, I Pearl Harbor. son, Grand Knight; Daniel A.

I | During that time, Monsignor w Naughton, Master of Ceremonies;
June 17 Joining I I organized squadrons, fostered' and directed the I :
I t Sheehy Monsignor Sheehy I is the first Frank J. Todeskl, vice-chaiiman
Tattle of Chief the Reserve Officers train one construction of St. Kdward's Catholic
I 1 chaplain to be selected and Steve'! Batuk, marshal.

Pontiac ............ Helen West'oil weekend monthly for two weeks --. -----. _. ---.--. ... -----, _._--------.-- ---
Friday, June 18

Deadly Enemy.Rod Cameron. of active duty annually For to maintain this I Pop's Only One-Third As Popular As Mom,. But He's Gaining: I
flight\ efficiency. -
Biodetick Czawford 'Top id about one-third u but Pop shouldn't! fret He's June as Father's Day.

"Saturday, June 19 an Ensign In paid about $800 a popular as Mom judging from gained a lot of ground in the Western Union will deliver

The Bigamist ,......Joan Fontaine, year, a Lt. (Jg) $900 and a Lt the volume of Father's Day past 25 years Back in 1928 Father's Day greetings on. a

Ida Lupino around $1,000. This ta, of course, greeting telegrams. Father's Day was only one. specially-decorated blank. The

HOSPITAL in addition to what he makes at "Fathers will get about 150- seventh as popular M Mothei's blank features a pine-panelled,

Thursday, June 17 his civilian job. 000 greeting telegrams on Fa Day." book-lined den, with assorted

flowery Boys Meet The ther's Day Sunday, June 20," This id the 40th official anniversary sports gear, and a significantly

Monster ...........East Side Kids There's room In the Navy cockpits said T. H. Moore, local ,Super. of Pop's Big Day vacant, red-leather easy

June 18 for new pilots. Additional information intendent of Western Union. Although Mrs. John Bruce chair. Western Union otters no

Friday, on the NavCad Program with Dodd of Spokane, Wash., originated explanation for Pop's absence
'This nearly
Battle of Chief can be secured at NARTU, compares Father's Day in 1910, itWM from his blank, but the implication
...,. Helen Wewott a half-million Mother's Day
.. .
Pontiac NAS, Jacksonville. Lt .R. D. McClure not until 1914. that Congress is clear, He's in the
tardy, June 19 mesages. This makes Pop about endorsed
NavCad Procurement o/- a resolution proclaiming kitchen helping Mom with the
is
Deadly Enemy '.. .Rod Cameron, one-third as popular as Mom, the third Sunday in dishes!
JJroderick Crawford fleer for this are*.


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.. Rail Sacrifice For Science Credit Union
Special Rates ".


UntilJan.955Military personnel traveling: Frightened: Bunnies Off To Egypt For Lab ExperimentTo I 2 Years Old ;

In uniform their own expense a frightened pair of gray "f',
will continue to get reduced I rabbits, en route by air from the ,, ," : Eyes GoalAs
i Naval Air Station to duty with :'l
leave rates on the railroads until :
next Jan 31. The reduction, the Naval Medical Research Unit the Jax Navy Federal Credit
No.3, in Cairo, Egypt it's a celebrate its ,
until recently extended, was t Union prepares to \

to have expired on June 30. lousy business. __.:- second birthday the last of thla :
This means continuation of Particularly! since what they ,.." month, officials and members cooperate !,
'
the tax-exempt round-trip faresat are headed toward is active participation ",, In trying to reach the

2.025: cents a mile In coaches in the development of ,,' : 1100,000( mark
an insecticide fatal to body lice. '.' Total assets are. now approximately
a savings of up to one cent 'f., :. "
a mile. Although they were not itching $93.000( and growing daily.

to go to Egypt, actually. the pair Personnel who have not already ..

has been serving mankind in the taken advantage of this worthwhile .

Weaver Kambic war against insects for some time, plan to save nnd make money -

at the Experimental Laboratory a are urged to investigate and

Receive operated by the Department of invest now
Darling
Agriculture in Orlando. I Cecil W, Acree, treasurer reminds

W1IK.V COMDK. Kenneth 1,. all civilians and military l
Honor Awards 1
I Knight, officer-in-charge of the + I personnel who work for the Navyin

Honor awards at Naval Air Preventive Medicine Unit No.1, 4BYEBYE ,Duval County that they are eligible .I

Technical Training I I Center at NAS Jax, and an old hand to Join. At present share y

Schools last week went to two himself in Egyptian entomology, holders number 1.800 with a potential

Marines and one whitehat. received a request from Capt. A. membership here many

Jay Weaver, AKAN, a naval H. Hlgglns, commanding officer "' _____n_ times that figure. f
of NAMRU, for a pair of rabbits The 4'4 percent dividend declared
reservist from Baton Rouge, Lou TO EGYPT- Too frightened to eat the food pro
isiana, was high man in Aviation already indoctrinated in the program vided by James Campbell, storekeeper of Supply and Fiscal department at the annual meeting last
Storekeeper School. he knew just where to find of NAS, this trembling pair of ray rabbits cower In a January }provided members a substantial
then corner of the box in which they will make their first place flightall return on their invest- '
Weaver attended boot camp and WEIGHED IS'at 50 pounds, in- the way to Cairo, Egypt. In Egypt: they will be used for experimental ments. This sort of savings also
School be- Unit No.3.Uce .
Airman Preparatory purposes by the Naval Medical Research
eluding the box, the lilac gray guarantees an excellent source for
fore coming here for Storekeeper
male and the mixed gray female] borrowing money at low interest
School. He was a student at Lou: l in Egypt developed an un- .
both :yearlings, made the first leg Name Muller The Credit Union office in BuildIng e
isiana State University prior to I cooperative resistance to insecticides I.
of their 40 is open for business\ every
Journey by express. They .
I
reporting for active duty in Sep now in use.
will take off by commercial air day from 1100 to 1700. The clerk
tember of last year. He had been NAMRU-3 is operated by the This Week'sHonor
craft for the three day flight via on duty will be more than glad to>
a member of the Reserve for 214! U. S. Navy in conjunction with
New York. Their services give out any desired information.
are
years. He has been assigned to the Egyptian, Government and the
described as acute since' body ManThis Everydne is invited to come in and
the Naval Air Station, Seattle. World Health Organization

PIc. Frank M. Kambic compiled tIT ( ((4 the 35th' 'in the' Naval get acquainted.. I

I an average of 86.13 over W4NEK MembersTo Air Techfcal, Training' Center'sPettyofweroftheweek .
V Viewers See 'Jet Cats' Slate .
the 14-week course at Aviation aeries).
Ordnance School to lead a class Gather TonightCalling As the buzz of the TMU ma- Big Swimming FestA

of 14. all W4NEK Club I Navy VD Film; chines die away for awhile, Law- swimming party, sponsoredby

A graduate of East: High Schoolin members. There will be a meetIng rence Muller MAI, of NATTCen- the "Jet Cats", teen-age club

his home town of Youngstown, of the NavAlr Amateur But By MistakeThere ter's Tabulating Machine Division will be held at the indoor pool

Ohio, Pfc, Kambic is awaiting Radio Club tonight (Thursday) takes time to be this week's petty from 1930 to 2230 tonight.

l transfer to the Marine Corps Air to discuss the field day to beheld are some red faces at the officer There will be fun and entertainment .

, Station, Kaneohe Day, T. H. this coming weekend.It Fifth Naval District headquartersat ,. Enlisting t In I for all teen-age dependents
' At Airman Preparatory School, Norfolk: Va, the service in and their guests.
'I' Is that all memberswill '
i Pfc. Peter F. Darling led a class hoped The Navy Js apologizing for a March 19i2 -
'; of 123 with an average of 94.50. be present. This will be mixup that resulted in television Muller J I attended -

i Darling is a graduate of Alfred the last get-together before viewers at Henderson, Icy, seeinga Gun Dean Hudson To

' Agricultural and Technical Institute field day, the biggest "ham"event venereal disease film intended ners Mate

s Alfred, N. Y., here he of the year. only for enlisted men.* School in Great Play At Outdoor
Lakes III., and
attended diesel mechanics. He is The Fifth ND sends: films of

. now attending AD School: at Beach Water Ski Show general interest to television stations boarded the Dance
:11; 4 U S S Massa- TonightPopular
I Memphis, Tenn.Assistant. in the district on requestand "
I -.rte.--- Tickets AvailableTickets last week two training films Muller chusetts for a Dean Hudson and his

! for the 'Holiday on spliced for use on WEIIT at Hen part In the North African Invasion orchestra will open the outdoor

SecNav Skis" to be held at Jacksonville derson, went on the air. The program Later the ship joined Ad- dancing season at the Naval Air

Beach July 34.5, are availableat unpreviewed by the station miral Mischer's famed Task Force Technical Training Center tennis

Inspects NARTU Service Information Office, was! the final weekly half- 58 which participated in the courtH near Building 419 tonight

Mainside Administration Build- hour shows. strikes oh the Marshall and Gilbert with an all crews dance from 2000

During Visit The second half of the show Islands; Palau; Truk; New until 2400.

ing.The event, sponsored by the turned out to be a regular enlisted Guinea; and Admiralty Islands In event of foul weather, the

Facilities at the Naval Air Re- BPO Elks Lodge No. 1901, Jack- men's VD film (with which This former World War II dance will be moved to King Hall

serve Training Unit were inspect I sonville Beach, will be presentedat practically every serviceman is Gunner's Mate has since tradedthe In addition to wives of Service

ed Saturday by Assistant Secretary : the McCormick Bridge on tre quite familiar). Some seven minutes Hydraulic Electric Machineryof personnel, Waves and Women Marines

of the Navy for Air James new Beach road. Three shows of the film WM shown to the Gun Turrets for the Electronic the Women's Eclectic Clubof

H. Smith, Jr. will be 'presented daily. the TV audience.An Brain, which will record Jacksonville will furnish a

Smith, who arrived shortly after : Proceeds go to the Harry-Anna Investigating! 1* being con Just any hole punched in a card group of hostesses.

1300 was met by Rear Adm. Crippled Children's Home, Uina- ducted to find out how the VD plus grading the many test papersof Friday evening, the Hudson aggregation

Osborne B. Hardison, Commander tilla, Fla. Tickets are $1.00 for film got sent along with the gen the Center. featuring Ann rain

Fleet Air Jacksonville, and adults and 50 cents for children. eral-interest films After two years of civilian as vocalist and the Hudson Choir,

Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree, NAS life which he states; "does not will play for dancing at the Of

commanding officer have too appealing a retirement ficer' Club.

., plan," Muller reenlisted a* a Seaman .

During his tour of the TrainingUnit in May, 1948. USS Intrepid To Be

Smith, an ex-World War II .i I
RecommissionedThe / /
,
Navy flier, took the time to swearin
1 USS Intrepid (CVA-h 1))
three new air cadets: Charles Total Disability
.YAr.Ywr r 4'i I will be recommtasioned at the
,
William Pittman, son of Mr. and *
Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Ports.
Mrs. L. C. Pittman of West Palm et Provision
Income
mouth, Va., June 18. The Intrepid
Beach; William Anderson Walker, i qi'
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and her pilots accounted for 700
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.. D. H. f
A1? Added To NSLIExtra Japanese planes knocked down;
Walker, also of West Palm Beach;
damaged 150 planes) and sank 70
both University of Florida students wr security in the form of
enemy ships during WWII
; and Robert Hamilton Golden sit _payments for total disability is

son of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. available to World War II and ability rider, an insured veteran

Golden of Sylvester, Ga., a student Mft! i1 r Korea veterans holding "partici receives $5 per month for each

at Middle Georgia College pating" National Service Life I $1,000 NSLI carried' If totally
.
disabled for
Insurance nix consecutive
r"t
The young men will take their The total disability income pro months or mom.

flight training at Pensacola, and vision may be added to any participating The total disability must occur

upon receiving their avlat.or's NSLI policy which was before the policy anniversary date

wings will be commissioned in the t issued upon application made priorto nearest the insured' 60th birth..

Naval Reserve or the Marine April 2$, 1951, or as a replace day, or before the maturity of any

Corps Reserve. ment for such insurance appliedfor 20-year endowment policy prior to<

The assistant secretary" was accompanied after separation from service. age 60. The disability payment

by his aide, Capt. William SWEARS IN NAVCADS-James H. Smith Jr., assistant sec. It is not available to veteranswho begins from the first day of the
L. Kobler. He had earlier of the Navy for Air (left swears in three Naval AviationCade have the low-coat post-serv seventh consecutive month of to*
inspected the Marine Corps Air at NARTU lax The assistant secretary took time out for ice. insurance provided by the tal disability and continues. dur-
the during his visit at the station and Inspection of
Station at Miami, and was enrouteto ceremony 1951: Indemnity Law Ing the period of such disability
NARTU. Prospective cadets are (left to right) Charles Pittman, .
Washington Robert Golden and William Walker. Undftf the terms .( UM dl..- 'and beyond age 60.r .


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VF-J74 Man's Idea AMMO CATCHER Demonstrating Okay Promotions For

his newly-constructed 17,500Officers
,

New Mobile 'Brass Collector'. Cuts mobile device cartridges for ,collecting or "brass"expended -, A bill affirming temporary pro

from this Fighter Squadron motions made In the Korean war

f De-Arming Time For Jet AircraftIt's 174 F9F Cougar Jet, is Alexander period, as though they were made
Newing! an Aviation under the Officer Personnel Act
,
fast becoming apparent that the Navy has more than Its Ordnanceman first class. has been passed and sent to the

(hare of Thomas Edisons, Robert Fultons and Alexander Graham White House.

Bells.. This will affirm the promotions

Newest of these promising sail I of 17,500 temporary lieutenantsand

inventors 1 is an aviation ord- oil drum cut in half and joinedon lieutenant commanders.

class Alex either end to two one-inch, Meanwhile the
nanceman first named < ,Navy-Marine:
y
ander Newing who only last V-shaped pieces of round stock '., ; <( Corps integration bill was passed

month reported for duty with iron. Two bushings, that fit snugly .r..."' by the House and sent to the

VF-174 at NAS Cecil Field.Newingts between the V, are mountedon J JIJUJ Senate. This bill permits transferof
invention both sides of the drum. This .;q enlisted status
constructed officers as wellas
during his off-duty hours and permits the drum, to rotate and jj : Reserves into the Regulars,

composed entirely of discarded facilitates unloading. Doth pieces : ,N JI.:.. .'"\. and revives integration authority
pieces of metal is laborsaving of stock iron are welded to a plat Y.I' t :, for one year pending
scrap a :,'' : tt$', study cf a
device for de-arming jet form constructed of angle iron. ..';M ;.r' .. ,\ ,' possible integration law for all

aircraft Attached to each of the four cor- i ,;!,)f ;' ;; f! i: :'f. : t services.
of the base is
ners platform a The Navy is expected to
Two Can Do Job integrate
,
De-arming, in Navy parlance\ caster. ',-: '' about 400 officers in the

means unloading live ammuni- Only two sailors using this mobile \ ) coming fiscal year, and the Marines -

tion from an aircraft's cannon, unit can now complete the about 300 150 temporariesand

machine guns and rocket launchers job in a fraction of the time it 150 reserves. Neither servicecan

plus emptying expended formerly required and do it more integrate any officer higher_

cartridges, or "brass", that has efficiently. _,._._ __. ..t__ .L .,..-.r... ..... than 0-3 under the bill as amended.

accumulated inside a plane dur-

ing a gunnery run. Fasron 109, VF-172, Fasron Six, VF-62, VA-104. VF-13, VF-103, Fasion 9 Report
Before Newing's revolutionarydevice

was completed, three of

four VF-174 sailors had to collect Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons

the casings in canvas bags,

carry it to storage boxes some .
rasron 109
distance away, and repeat the Fasron 109 lost two men last rational readiness Inspection given inspection at Cuba. VA-104 came They include David Allen, RobertA.

task about 20 more times until week. They were Richard C. Crowell the Air Group Ten squadronson off quite well in the entire inspec Brechler, Floyd D. Bates, Don-
all the squadron's F9F "Cougar"jets board ship. The cruise ended ald IL Gunderson Jack
AOC, and Arnold Greenfield, tion.As T, Rogerson -
were completely dearmed.A Jr. Chief Crowell was transferred with a I 5: day liberty and sightseeing for experience, statistics tell and Robert W. Slater.

Simple PieceNewing's stop In New York City. the story. The squadron having
to VC-62 and' Greenfield to the Several personnel of the squadron -
;' mobile "brass collector" USS Lake Champlain. Gerald R. During the cruise Lcdr. E. C. flown a near-record number of were recently transferred to
t has reduced this time-con-
Merrit, AOUC, reported aboard. Ted" Grlffen was relieved of his hours from the Coral Sea. VA-104 the Separation Center, NAS Jax
j suming task to a relatively sim- duties as executive officer participated in many arduous
The squadron Softball team has and for separation. Receiving trans

ple operation.The won 15 out of its last 16 games. replaced by Lcdr. O. L. Dauphin, I hours of full-scale training while fers were Jasper M. Colebank,

new device is a 55-gallon Big Don Glidewell has 258 strikeouts formerly with O &; R, Jax. Lcdr. en route from Guantanamo Day AT2; Edward E. Harrington, AK3;

to his credit in 23 games. Griffin received orders to Com- to New York Harbor. Joseph T. Duquemin, AN, Norman

VF-62 Finishes He and Linwood Gray lead the irLant for staff duty. So it was that New York camea K. Newman, AD3; -CharlesE.

team with a .400 plus average. Lcdr. Dauphin brings to the welcome sight, even in fog and Savage, AN; and John H. Hed-

First Mass Jet Gladiators combat experience In haze, to many members of the man, YN3.Recently.

VF112U both World War II and the Korean unit. Their enjoyment of five full added
were Lyle W.
Deck LaunchingThe licet cr made the statement conflict. days In the city was far from Hickey, ATAN, from NATTC at
that more girls are being born academic, although the ship was Memphis
Gladiators of Fighter i ; Raymond J. Paradeau,
Squadron 62 performed what is than boys? VF-172 doesn't seem I VA-10t'ituL officially there to honor Columbia ADC, from Fasron Six; and JamesJ.

believed to be the first mass to go along with such medical n cruise University on the occasion of Mitchell, DAN, from NAR
claims Kenneth Hall, YN3; Antonio aboard the USS Coral Sea Just its bicentennial celebration. With Jax.
Jet carrier deck launching up-
on completion of a shake-down Casagrande, AN; Milton completed men of VA-104 are taking Cuba, New York, and Cecil Field S S

cruise aboard the USS Coral Drymon, AOAN; Allen Nelson, a short breather. under its collective belt, 104 plansto VF-10S

Sea. AE3; Roger White, AT2, and H. Quality of these operations has be ready better, farther, and Now baaed ashore at Cecil

Seventeen Banshees were D. Corley, A02, have become fath- been> registered In experience and wider In the near future, Field after a three month Caribbean -
of inspections. The squadron's maintenance MVF13 .
ers baby boys. ,
"deck launched" Instead of the cruise, personnel of VF-103
Several men In VF-172 have department, received the
usual catapulting due to the I await their forthcoming Mediterranean -
recently been advanced In rate highest grade In Its category ever Seven officers of VF-13 were
ban after the recent fire on cruise aboard the USS
Those receiving rates given in an operational readiness promoted to the rank of Lt. ,
board the USS Bennlngton. new are: (Jg) Coral Sea next month. There has
John L. Hansford to AT2: JamesJ _
Fuel loading was reduced to w m.h..u" been no trouble filling the leave

one-third of normal and the Kelly, to AE2; George E. Konigto yAkio fdr. quota lately, and there are many

huge Coral 'Sea was turned into AT3; Robert G. Larson to AE2, .x <:sa '.dtr : squadron recreational functionsfor :
and William Tedder to AE2.
the wind with every boiler those not on leave.

straining in order to success- Welcomed into the' squadron
Fasron Six
fully launch the Banshee, were Dale E. Waba, AMAN, from
For Ma outstanding.
which were spotted as far leadershipand Fasron Six; Charles F. Coppa,

aft as possible. The launch was diligent performance of duty, PN3, from Key West; Samuel B.
Melvin B. Robinson, AK1, has
completed successfully and the Simcoe, ADI, from VF-174, NAS
been chosen "White Hat of the
planes landed at NAS Jacksonville Jax; William D. Anderson, PR3,

Week" by the Supply Division. "": .. .,.; ... .... from Fasron Nine; James E. Don-
> "
From Lisbon Center, Maine, he .. : ;; >
Comdr. Lewis W Jenkins, ....., .:, nelly, AECA, from NATTC Jan;
graduated from school In '48. lie ,. .
commanding officer of the :'\0... .". Charles H. Kearley, CS2, from
enlisted in
August 1950. He at- :
Gladiators, brought his exten- the USS Monterey; Michael F.
tended AN (P) School at Mem-
sive jet carrier experience for Mesumeci, AT1, from NAS Pa-
phis, Tenn., and transferred to
the successful planning of the r tuxent River, Md., and ErnestM.
',, .
F aqic
NATTC Jax to AK (A) School.
t flight. He has 600 hours andover Manning, AOAN, from. NATTC
tI In May of 51 he came to Fas-
100 carrier landings. in Jax.
ron Six and was assigned to the .
i the Banshee. 4Fusron *
Supply Division.
\ Nine
After more than 30 months duLY

with Fasron Six, James O. Ban-- .. ............._........on"..n....< ._..v.v... V.w.-. .,;. ,. ...W.'N Three Fasron Nine men have
Scouts Tour been sent to Fasron Three at
non, SN, received orders to re- SHARPSHOOTER
',b 16 From VF-44 Fighter Norfolk, Va., on TAD orders to
port to the USS Harwood (DDE- Squadron 44's gunnery sleeve
VC-62 AreaA 861)) at Newport, R. I. While in pets an Inspection from Lcdr. take part in "Operation Squirrel
Judson Davis, who set the pace ," concerning the flying tail
Fasron he was Chief Mally's as- Pepper Gunnery
group of fourteen Cub Scouts for his fellow pilots with 110 changes on all Navy F9F-6 Cou-
I' sistant for two years, worked in hits out of 148 rounds
from the Jacksonville area were fired. gars. They are: Edgar L. Strong,
Communications, after which he Sleeve For 'E'He Sixteen members of VF-44 attained -
guests of Composite Squadron 62 went to the Education and TrainIng the "E" while the squadron AD2; Billy C. Infield, AE2, andWilliam'W.

last Saturday.The office. is a sharpshooter. annexed the unit "E". Lee, AM3.

Cub Tack, sponsored by the Rex D. Parrish, ATS, and KeithO.
his
Camp Blanding was the rite of Pacing fellow pilots of addition to Davis include
Lt.
St. Catherine's Episcopal Church, a very enjoyable party held the Fighter Squadron 44 in gunnery, Merril C Pinkepank Lt. Jack Smith, ATAN, have been sent
; to
Lake Shore District, Jacksonville, Lcdr. Judson FATULANT at Norfolk, Va.,
11th of this month. It was attended Davis peppered the K. Johnson. ; Lt. Dedriche- M.
to
was given a tour of the Fleet Air by more than 500 people, sleeve for a tally of 110 hits out Broome; Lt. Richard J. McAn- attend school for two weeks.

Jacksonville squadron's working participating all soil of sports, of 148 rounds fired. drew; Lt. Charles F. Holm Arthur L. Cosnhan, Jr., AOC,
; Lt. and
Lester E. McCain, AMC, arrived
paces and aircraft. squadron food, and beer. This expert gunnery took placein William J. McGarry; Lt. "Doc"G.
here for last week.
guide explained the many functions Guantanamo Bay Cuba. duty
Faulkner; Lt. (jg) Robert L. Cosnhan
came from AntiSubmarine -
of the speedy photo Banshee VF-6 However, that isn't all. Duringthe St. Clair; Lt. (Jg) Bulford B. Squadron, Norfolk Va. and
,
Jets. The Gladiators of VF-62 are Cuban trek 16 pilots of the Page; Lt. (jg) Thomas B. Evans; McCain from the USS Bennlng

Following a tour thl'ough'C- once again operating at NAS Jax squadron received the coveted in- Lt. (jg) Charles J. O'Brien; Lt. ton (CVA-20)).

t 62's photographic equipment de- after a month's deployment aboard dividual "E" and-the squadron jg) Kenneth R. Wiley; Lt. (jg) Glenn E. Michael, AM3, Fas-

" partment, the Cub Scouts were the USS Coral Sea In the Carlb received the unit "E". Joseph Jannotta Jr., 1st Lt. ron Nine's Structures tied
, Shop,
entitled "Jun.I bean. of this cruise was Members of the squadron Charles
i..t ;shown a Navy film Highlight receiving B. Gillete, USAF and the nuptial knot with Sue Kaleof
t jle Survival", the first plnrfi! ratings In I the, op the .shooting honors, in En, Richard D Bishop ]
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SALTY HUMOR'FROM r ,' : : f fP Option Act IrrevocubleIn i



HERE AND THERE Once a retired serviceman signs a contingency option under the j

Uniformed Services Contingency Option Act of 1953, it cannot be
A country gal went to see the
changed, according to a decision handed down in a recent test case. f
local doc. "Doc, I come to see y'-
The case, reported in Navy ,
all about my grandma. We gottado found out about that before they
Times, Involve six retired Army
something about her smokin'." signed.
sergeants, five of whom said they I
"Now, Sadie Belle, don't you The sixth sergeant in the case
YliT made their elections in the lightof I
worry about that. Lots of women contended that a stenographerput
misinformation about the
smoke," him down for elections 1 and
amount of deduction to be made
"I know," said the gill, "but 4 when 1 was all he asked for.
x from retired pay.
grandma Inhales." That also is tough, the Comptroller's -
I I "I still wouldn't fret" said the IT CANNOT BE changed, SI\8' office ruled.In .
the General's office.
doctor. "Lots of women inhale." Comptroller handing down the decisions,

The office ruled
yeah," said Sadie Bejle, "but ib -_.-- ..__.___.._ that the Comptroller's sergeants should have it was pointed out that the law
Grandma don't exhale! I I was clear and that the retiredman'
NO LONG \VAn-lNG-Since the new checkout
conveyor ,
election should be irrevoc-
counters have been installed at the Commissary Store, patrons
One of the freshmen took in a I have found the waiting lines on paydays and Saturdays consider able. If hardship was done through

strip tease last summer and the ably shorter. Lcdr. Chester Ringland, (center) Commissary' officer unwise elections, said the Comp-

next day went to an oculist to : inspects the new system as Michael Breskiewlsi, ADAN, of troller, it was up to Congress to
0 & R, loads his groceries onto the conveyor belt. Items then moveto
have his eyes treated I cashier Margie Hobson, SN onward to baggers Phil Drennon, grant relief.
"After I left the show last ADAN, and Ray McClellan, SN. This is just one of the many' extra A BILL HAS been IntroducedIn

night," he exclaimed, "my eyes services given to patrons.'Service Congress by Rep. Charles E.

were red and sore and inflamed." Bennett (D. Fla) to permit retired

The doc looked him over, Plus' Is Motto r persons to revoke elections '

thought minute and then remarked -. If they can show they were misinformed

"After this, try bUnking I .

your eyes once or twice dur, H Rep. Bcnnet's bill would allow
ing the show won't miss At Store f .
you Commissary revocations, during two months'!

much. after its enactment, if the signer
*
Nothing is too good for the could show misinformation and
He had taken a taxi, .only to I will also be installed in the near if no person eligible to receive
serviceman and his family.
discover as he neared his desti- future, another service to help benefits under his election had
That certainly to be the
nation that he had no money in seems speed up the checking out process died in the meantime. !

his pockets. He shouted to the case with the CommissaryStore .
here at Naval Air Sta-
driver, "Stop!" and Jumped out. THE ADVENT OF DD Form ,
'
tion where the 20 Cut-Off
"I just want to get some matchesin Jacksonville, 720 (new dependents ID card), Aug. )
is to i better and
policy v e
g
this store I ,, locate 20
so can a ? will do away with present Com-

bill I dropped on the floor of speedier service.A missary Store permits, contributing Date For Students .
the cab." And he had more recent innovation has
just as again to the efficiency of the
expected, the cab sped away when been the installation of a new system. When these are receivedthe Under Gl Bill

he entered the store. type check-out counter, with con- shopper will only have to

veyer belt, which speeds groceriesto show the ID card, giving the SERVICE DELUXE-Not all August 20 not only is the last

A soldier contestant on "StrikeIt the cashier and packer, expe- number of the card. customers can expect such at date on which many Korean vet-

Rich" told the M.C. that he had diting the check-out process of tention from Lcdr. Illngland, erans can enter a course of education
The Commissary Store operateson
the shopper but he has been known on occasion
or training under the Korean -
once put 50 men out of action. a non-profit basis using non- to "tote the
Lcdr Chester N. Com- even gro Gl Bill, but it also is the
"Did get a medal for it?" Ringland, eerie ". -
you I appropriated funds, maintaining a ? It is the policy of the
asked the M.C. missary officer and the person price level that can be affordedby Commissary S tor e and its last date on which many of thosenow

"Nope," said the soldier "I wasa most responsible for the store's all military personnel. staff to five top-grade serviceat in training may exercise their
service policy, reports that the all times.fit right to a change of course
mess sergeant. Since the local Commissary!
long waiting lines, particularly on Store is the procurement center to local merchants because 90 After the cut-off date, the law

One guy claims he stopped at paydays and on Saturdays, have and warehouse for the Commis- percent of all merchandise sold tightens up appreciably on a vct-
been shortened considerably. is procured in the Jacksonvillearea. eran's right to change his "
"a hotel where the help was com- sary Stores located at Green course.

pletely tip crazy. He phoned 1 the TilE NEW COUNTER arrange- Cove Springs and NAS Cecil He no longer will be allowedto

desk for a deck of cards and the ment consists of a conveyer belt Field, unification is maintained in By providing service personneland make his one-and-only course

bellboy came up 52 times. that runs the length of the I prices, and goods handled. their dependents stationed In change with the ease tha it could

counter, with a division in the.' EVERY ITEM STOCKED the Jacksonville, Green Cove be made before the deadline.At .

GEN. CATES RETIRESLt. middle. The grocery items are through the Commissary Storeis Springs area with high quality any time before the cut-off

placed directly from the cart on- of the highest quality; no inferior goods at prices they can afford, date, the Korean Gl Bill permitsa
Clifton will
Gen B. Gates
to this conveyor belt, and are merchandise is purchased.The the morale of personnel is given veteran one change of course.
retire from the Marine Corps June carried to the divider which is
Commissary is also a bene- a big boost. So long as his conduct and pro-
30. Gen. Cates, currently comman- I
immediately In front of the cash gress were satisfactory, ho has
dant of the Marine Cor s Schoolat ier. As the cashier checks each
a relatively free hand In
Quantico, Va., served as Com item, it is placed on the other 7,000 Graduated From change. It would be from makingthe law
mandant of the Corps from Jan.
side of the divider where is con- I I to engineering; from air condi-

1948 to Jan. 1952. tinues down the counter to the Ordnanceman School tioning to airplane mechanics; the

bagger. choice was his.

I Should the items be carried too When Charles Weeks A01 -
was But once the cut-off date
I r= I TEl fast to the bagger, there is a sep presented his diploma last Friday, in the Class B School, for. advanced the on-nnd-only free change-passes -

A aration at the end of the counter he was the 7,000th graduate of petty officer rating.ORDNANCE.'IAN of-course provision no longer holds

that permits two orders to be Aviation Ordnanceman School at School at the good.

How about those of you who are bagged at once without becoming the Naval Air Technical Training Training Center consists of airman After that time, a veteran may
out of the service the mixed. Center.
getting rating in the Class A School, change his course only under one
next year or so? Have you made New motorized cash registers Weeks was also honor student7.000TH of the following circumstances
as well as the Class B group. :

the decision as to what you will ..., 1>1.1 .,..'" ......"''."......,...:.._ ..,..,.,:m<<,:,'.z.z. ""'> do and the best vocation for you? :\ is a normal progression from

USAFI can play a big part in which was shipped to Jacksonvillefrom the course he has already tak.en.For .
whatever you have planned. t tI Memphis, Tenn., lock, stock
I example, if he obtained his
: and barrel, when the emergencies
Technical courses offered by AB degree, he would be permittedto
of the Korean conflict necessi
USAFI give you a chance to develop change to an MA
degree
((2)
; )
tated it, ordnance men have been
the skill that apply to the : ;:: lie hasn't been making satisfac
trained at the two schools for
vocation of your choice. Coursesare ;A / tory progress in the course he was
further duty with the Navy or Marine -
offered in Farming, Art and Y t air taking, 'due to no fault of his own.

Drafting, Diesel and Steam Engines 4OO ii ; arm. If this is the case, he will be required -
L At the peak of the Korean
exigency -
Automotive and Aviation, 4 aL. .f6f to undergo a VA vocational

Building and Construction, Radio, an average of nearly 1,000 counselling, to help him selecta
Plastics 8 men attended the two schools or
and other special-
many new course more in keeping with
ized courses. were maintained in support of his aptitude and abilities
the this number
activity.
Today
Possibly you are planning to start ., approximates half of that The August 20 Korean Gl Bill
figure.
your own business. You can bene- r cut-off date applies only to post-

fit from such courses as Advertising :: a ORDNANCEMEN are trainedin 1 Korea veterans separated from

Merchandising Techniques, ;. >4 the Class A School to fulfill the active service before August 20,

Principles of Marketing, etc. ::' technical requirements of their 1952.: Veterans who get out of ser-

Any questions about these and i iI 4 petty officer ratings In Class B vice after that date have two

other courses offered through I k : School further training of selected years from separation in whichto

USAFI will be gladly answered at __... ....m._ _____. .___._._ petty officers is conducted.The begin their training and to

the Education Office, Building 955, GRADUATE-Charles Weeks, A01, gets special attention seven thousand graduates take advantage of their one-

topside, extension 8556. not only as honor student of his graduating class but as include both sailors and Marines. change-of-course rights.

Remember, you are bound to the 7,000th student to complete the two Aviation Ordnanceman --+. --- ......
gain knowledge that will benefit Schools at NATTCenter. Comdr. Robert Stoinoff, (right) superintendent "He's the kind of a man who Two heads are Better than
one
,
of maintainance training-, presents Weeks with his diploma
you someday in any course in while Lcdr. Edward Medart, AO School training officer". hits the nail squarely on the and if you don't believe it ask any

which yon enroll. pins honorary' "lnrS"; of .n ordnanceman'en' him.' thumb." hat chwk girl.




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"" Wild o Pitches Net Jax Navy



I TIME-o1:!! Waves Sweep Over Corry



Jaxolls who remember Ned ,

Hanlon, and there are many, Jax Navy Waves employed an identical weapon on successive

[will be interested to learn that nights a wild pitch with a runner on third to

the ex-Navy chief is makinga I i sweep a two-game series from the gals of Corry Field Pensa-

rapid i recovery at Army 'cola here last weekend. .

Hospital Ft. Jackson S C., NATTCenter's Wilma Ellenber- resulted in four runs. The marginwas

from injuries received in an ger' stole third and scored on a the same after five at 62.

automobile accident. wild pitch in the last of the
At Fennacota, June 25-58
Hanlon was discharged at the seventh to hand the west-sidera an
the
Ellen CaiUon's
triple was
Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Jan. 8-7 decision, Friday Gerry Gorsky
of fivesixth inn.
of service, xA was credited with the win. highlight a
31 x.
81, 1952, after years Ing for NAS which netted a short
at which time he came to our attention With their backs to the wall, lived advantage. The visitors regUtered .
the NAS Waves tallied
Saturday,
twice In the seventh but _
twicewith' two out 'in the home
During; hl' colorful tenure, to no aval\ NAS will play single
half of the seventh to championthe
labeled "The Connie -
Hanlon wan r tons with Mainside and Corry
Mack of Service Baneball." visitors, 98.,
Field at Pensacola, June 25-26.;

And, rightfully: so. Royster Rung Rampant. Both Jay Navy nines are awaiting .

Under his wing major loaf- Pinch runner :Mary Royster duplicated resumption of play in the

tiers Del 1'nnU, ION Wee 1tt'f'1of', Ellenbergei's feat to car- Girl's City Softball League as the

Connie Ryan, Virgil Trucks, Hal ry across the winner. Mabel second. half gets underway next

White and Clem Labine, to name "Brownie' Brown fanned ten en week.

a few, came Into their own. route to the decision. I .
Royster was inserted for Joy
When Baltimore picked up the, _...---, ,,,,,,.---,- -,, Shrader, whose double with stroll State Four-Ball
(pt. Louis Browns' franchise in
ELECTRIC CADDY-Comdr. Forrest Norvell and Lt. Joseph ing Faye Charlton aboard drew
the American league, Hanlon was Andrews try out the new electric caddy at the station golf course. the locals abreast at eight-all. Golf Title Eludes
signed as a scout in the southeastern A product of the "drlve-yourself" school, this neat little buggy
area.Hanlon's may prove a boon to linkstcrs' tired tootsies. The cart is rented Corry jumped to a commandIng -
out to golfers and carries two adults. A rack In the rear accommodates lead in the first frame asInept Jax Pair
son, Sgt T. F, Han Navy
clubs.Fliers. fielding by the east-slders
of four heirs wrote thisdepartment
Ion, one ,
Sax Navy golfing wizards, Com-
to inform of his dad's
mander Frank Meyer and Bill
accident, Consigned Double SWIM CLASSES SET Scarbrough, were defeated in quarterfinal .

Harry Dwyer sports editor of FOR INDOOR POOLThe play after nailing medal

Our Navy, has a feature article Indoor swimming pool at honors In the State Amateur Four- .

on Hanlon ready for distribution Defeat By Island Nine Price Natatorium, Building; 611, Ball Tournament last week.

In the not too distant. future. It reopened" Monday for the summer Youngsters Vic Bass, Jr., and

should bear notice I Jim McCoy, of Lake Worth, gaIned
The Parris Island Marines toyed with the Jax Navy season.Thin
t. 'JU'W'l11I a 1-up victory over the Navy
Fliers in two- setto last week al the Island summer, (
a amc winning
lax Air News sport editor again be held for children. par-busters at St. Petersburg's 6,-
0-3 and 9After the smoke had cleared
it was as obviousas
Gordon Robbie has been cornered More than five hundred 567-yard Lakewood Country Club
a policeman at a pangster's ball that it will take more young-
He'll Val Wooden, For the winner lias,
marry okra 'learned to swim in trainIng shota
I than mere words to ward off' a rugged season for the local
of Lake City, lla., July 10 in session last year 72 andf'oy:! a 74. Scar-
nine
the First Methodist Church brough carved out a 71 and
Time' ua when a man could The double pasting hiked the ----
at short. Meyer a 71, but the Lake
fo through a hitch in the Fliers' season totals to 1521. A Earl Blackitock and Pete)'1 Jax Thinclads Vie In Worth duo was better able to

Navy without taking th* VO\\'II. pair of games at Hunter Air scatter their best efforts.A .
Sheets twirled in this with MeetsS
game, Championship
Hut, these rtlt..n-Ish. Force! Base Monday and Tuesdaywere best-ball of 65 earned Comdr.

unreported at press time.! the bespectacled Blackstock getting Jax Navy-Marine thln- Heyer and Scarbrough medalist

From San Francisco, a note of The McCaffreymen travel to the loss, his third against alone clads are at Camp Lejeune, N. C. honors among 45 teams entered in

warning "Two men who stole a win. today for the All-Navy and All- the annual tourney
Camp Gordon, Ga., for two games
headgear and boxing gloves from I' Monday and Tuesday of next Marine Track and Field Championships Dave Ragan, Jr., and Dick John-

San Francisco training quarters week. A scheduled series with scheduled tomorrow and Sat- son, of Daytona Beach, success

had better get plenty of practice : Travis Field here this weekendwas FLIERS' FARINGS urday, fully defended their title with a

with the equipment before the cancelled by the Air Force ".)'"-p,,, G A8 II H T8 R81 Pd.GuIJl Navy men making up the squadare whopping 7 and 6 verdict over
catches them. : 1 __ ._ II u' 4 i f II say
Owner Bill and Bill
.... ._.. Mel Chnsten- McIntyre Tewksbury.
crew, hr. ul '':'' .31115 22 U is 21 ..900Uu46ha : John Kotsuba,
'They belonged to world middleweight III ___..__...33 HI I 23 to 43; U ,::1st1mh. chick. .
New Faces Due C ... __...9i: U2 U 2t all 11 ..41' sen and Don Meyei
champion Carl Bobo 01.Ion. Bruit. s _. _... ,_...:35 IU: 25! 11 U 111 .21:& Adams Lar-
." Next home appearance for Jax GUDIII'U 211 6 .4 I ..931laokunlr Marines are George NAS Golfers
Navy after an absence of four p .__ ..__ II 11 1 a a 1 ..231MrlgbL ry Goller, Fred Nelson and Clifton
rl _11 1111 4 II 10 4 .:.911Nlc6eo
Consensus of opinion of the JaxAir weeks, will be next weekend, It _3d 133 120 :U 111 ,211Narule Jackson. Fail In Stab
.
C _._.143 I II l 6 ..184Blcc .
June 24-25 when West Palm __._ .
News sports staff on tonight's YIII II If 4 I II I H'
Beach Price lb: ._...._...,11 35 1 II 4 4 ..111Tea1uf On
Marclano Charles heavyweight AFB arrives On the scene. et ._11 211 5 I I 0 ..150Ricca. Ringer Meet At Ben
title bout. The Rock by a knock. To all viewing the recent Par- _.... .._10 21 1 I I II ,usBlacbLock. Twenty-sir singles and 12 Hogan
.
: p _IS 11 1 1 1 0 .011Pilcher \
out In seven. ris Island debacle, it was appar doubles entries are in compe- Only four blows off regulation
G I IP II N W L Pet.GunDe .
----a., ent that there is a crying need \ ___.._.11 U sa n II S ..501aheeh tition in the NATTCenter intramural figures with 32, the team of Lou
for new faces on the Fliers' roster _, .. .. _..10 IU at U '1 :2 ..200hilt horseshoe pitching Brozo, Doc Mabry A. C. Smith
U 4 ,3UBlatblock
( f If 31 :2
SPORTS FROMYESTERYEAR Added to the six errors _II 82 so III 1 I ..220lankuoit : tourney. Matches are being and William Lyons copped the

charged to Jax Navy by generous B U.t 88 11 4 .200 held from 1130 to 1300 daily. winner's marbles in last week's

storekeepers, a host of mental : Pro-Am tourney at the station

boots also during the golf
prevailed course.
Another in a weekly 1 fea-
With 33, good for second
series. place,
ture that brings to life per-
formances on the Naval Air A Jacksonville product, "Red" were Harry Webb, Ben Benek,
Lankford set the Fliers down William Woolford and Pete Pet.
Station sports scene from dusty ,
Issues of the Jax Air News. with four hits in the opener. iI!' x 1 erson.

TEN YEARS AGO TODAY Held to eight hits by two Navy w 4ix A GROGGY Ben Hogan creak.

Behind the capable hurlingof chunkers, his Marine' mates were ed and groaned through 18 holesat

S. J. Elliott, Barracks 19 given ten runs through the graciousness y. p Yo, a .k9 Baltusiol, in Springfield, N J.,

upset TTH (M2, In the final of Jax Navy fielders. % r4 n 4YyMyn. last week to carve out a super-

game of the NATTCenter Gunnet Relieves man 64, eight under par to show

Softball tournament. his back to virtually the entire
Losing hurler Frank Jankunis
O & G, Recruit Center and hits and the contingent of 125,000 students:
allowed six
((1.4))
A & R were the cream of the in his four- S hopeful of catching the master.No .
same number of runs
crop in two Ma inside Softball i station golfers, despite the
inning stint. Only one run was
' aid of bountiful handicaps,
were
loops. earned. Merle Gunnet issued only r' 514
FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY able to match or better Hogan's
two hits and four runs over the .5
Chief Petty Officers came last four frames,'and again only card.
from behind for a 9.8 conquestof L1NKSTERS noting the thinness .
one tally was earned. :
VF-44 to cop the American of grass at the station
In the second fray, big Dill
League intramural Softball( greensward recently need not be

crown. Fasron Six and Hospital Wedeking spaced nine Jax Navy too concerned," notes profession

were tied for National circuit bingles, giving up only two runs al Jack Harvey."Its .

honors while his heavy-hitting team- the time of year," accord

mates turned eleven hits into ing to Harvey, '"when the winterrye
.
nine runs. THINCLADS-Despite posting a wlnless season in dual meet ( ) grass has disappeared 'and

Weekend Tide Table Beasley At Keystone competition, the Jax Navy-Marine track squad came up with sev- summer (Bermuda) grass has riot
including third place finish in the recent Eg.
of eral bright spots a come through .
yet.
HIGH LOW Newcomer Andy Campbell tin Relays. Members of the squad are, front row (left to right),
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. VF-171, got four hits in five tripsto Jack Mattlln, Marty Graham, Fred Nelson, Matt Kurilich, Don "During this transition period
the plate in his second gamein Meyerchlck: Dick Guertin and Walt Deal. Center Larry Goller, greens are very thin. Workers are
Frl. 9:09': 9:29: 2:56: 2:51: Jax Navy livery.. Whitey Beas Mel Christensen, Adams LaBove, "Blondie" Blindheim, John cultivating them and plugging in
Kotsuba, Don Johnson, Larry White, Frank Hill and George Adams "
Sat. 9:5110:10: : 3:36: 3:35: ley held down Tom Neely's old Rack row: Don Padgett, Dick Anderson, roach Jerry Ifargis, patches of Bermuda grass, concluded

Sun. 10:3510:54: : 4:18: 4:23: second base spot with Campbell Henry Palmer, Dick Greatorex :and Linwood Gray. Harvey.

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17 June, 1954 JAX AIR W *


Comdr. Taylor p3iT.r. .VC-62 Hospital NARTU 1

Mainside Special ,


Services OfficerAfter ''Fasron Six In IM Playoff '


serving two years aa NAg >
BULLETIN! >
services[ officer, Lcdr. Rich-
special 1rtj : ( NARTU and Fasron Six advanced into the payoff roundof
aid V. Donahue has received orders
: J1 the Mainside Intramural softball playoff Tuesday nljht. The
to
Reserves downed Hospital, '.%, while the Banshees were defeating
Four )
Squadron rt 4 r a urn wi YC-62 137.'
ASSUMING 3 :y is ,
special cervices The finalists are due to meet this afternoon at 1615 at Sara-

Comdr. James toga Field with the winner capturing the league's second-place

been acting Trophy

the Services Air Station since Final standings in the Mainside intramural softball circuit

this year. were revealed this week, exclusive of a four-team playoff

Comdr. currently underway for a runner-up trophy to champion

here from VA Fasron 109.

Navy as a \ Scores were not available at after brushing aside five consecutive -
of 1941 and press time of games Tuesday be- II foes. In losing seven straightthe

Jax for flight tween Hospital and NARTU, and Staffers were outscored i6-
of the same Fasron Six and VC-62. 31.

AFTER i Tuesday's winners advance to AE School MajbeIn .
Naval Aviator a one-game playoff this afternoon -
all probability the playoff
at 1615 at Saratoga Field.
Comdr. Taylor OVER RClNS-Lcclr. Richard V. Donahue, (left) for Rosen Finish for the All-Station banner between
Strong
the USS Salt' past two years Special Services officer at Main&lde, looks over Fasron 109 and the team
part in the athletic events with his successor, Comdr. James D. Tay- After dropping two straight in leading the NATTCenter league
and Macon Under Lcdr. Donahue, much headway was made in establish. the first week of play NARTU
Navy athletes in the ranks of local and service will be next week.
Prior to ; sports. blended good pitching and timely
t AE School currently heads the
hitting to chastise 10 opponentsand
mander Taylor
west-side circuit but lacks official -
town: College in &* 1Us lie Fasron Six for second confirmation. In the event

for two years. 7.W place. AE School is the lep":.sentatlve. ,
-. Fasron Six 1 lost to Fasron 109
it will augment with Its students
10-0 and NARTU, '.1. The Re
HAITC vying with MAD and NATTCenter
serves were clipped, 2-0 by Hospital -
and 11-0 by Fasron 109. in Jacksonville city league

Third place Hospital, with a STANDINOH
Race ; I Turn W. I.. Pff.
9.3 slate, was defeated by Fas I. fusion 109 ....... ,12 0 1.OHO)
NAR1U .. .JO :2 .run
I 'It ..;<, ron 109, 9.4, Fasron Six, 1.0 and Katron SU". .10 I ,1\t:1::|
.
1/, .t
VC-62, 1110. Hospital n 7 ,7'0
VC-62 K 4 : J
Personnel Operation Shunted Operation( ... 7 "5 ,NM
tory last week Four times beaten VC62Fas (VP-5'om F lr.Jax: 5 S 7 7 .417 417
.
ter Intramural Wilson Retain ron 109 5.2;' Fail'on Six 10-0; VW-4 4 8 C 3
since"t FaeluLant 3 0 ,2:!\0 .
defeating AK-A : I NARTU, 11.1. and Operation, 14- Supply 'J <: '.>V)
FAW-ll .. 2 10) :1(17VIM8 (
3 not assured of
--was a playoff
School 7.
AE-B : ". 0 12 .W 0
Tom Sears Net Diadems berth until the final day of play .

led Personnel Operations was in the thickof
with two hits playoff contusion until sustaining Jax Macon Bid
Platner and } I I They've just about run out of opponents for "Bantam ing a 14-3 setback administered ,

three safeties Sobieraj as the VC-5 tennis ace continues to bowl over 1\by Hoppltal. Had the results been To Host SAL

against the I opposition. Last ,week, Sobieraj successfully: defended different Operation, Hospital,
Julian Hunt ComAir Lant singles and doubles titles. t I II and VC-62 would have deadlockedfor Alt-Star Game

ter as NAWS I amazing five-foot( six-Inch | The pair- -then 8ed'; together; fourth.
defense of
will make a
Marines, 21. I king Ito I again cop the AiiLant doubles An early season dark: home Jacksonville and Macon launcha -
vided the coveted Atlantic Fleet toga diadem. They trounced Lang and ComFair Jax proved to be a lamb four-game series at Myrtle Avenue
R. I, June 21, as I
the plate. : Love in straight sets, 6.1, 6-2, 60. Park June 21-24 that could:
of a quintet- of netmen rep "' "' "' -.J:: "-c...
Kerr I Commander Fleet Air, Jack ------ conceivably determine the host
ComAlr Lant.
In a slugfest, entered in the tourney sonvillewas, host for the four- r. H .1iit:; team for the Sally League A 11-

did AK-A ,Leon Wilson of Fasion 109 day tourney Lt. DaUd Itarkt- S Star tilt, July 6.
Kerr homered i dale, ComFalr Jax public Information Leadership in the bitterly contested
4 of the ComAir Lanl and l
lice Young was officer, ened a* Tournament Affrr Class A loop has been juggled
Fleet doubles crowns
the i ; I Co-ordinator. around for three weeks and
Lang, of VJ-62, Sanford; Rob- !! j
Other results: I I of Cecil Field and VF- Awards, including the huge 4 neither the Braves nor reached.
AO-B School I I ComAir Lant trophy, was present.I I have been able to gain a definite
9; AE-A School ; Don Haynsworth. : ed to winner by Capt. Howard I The ninth In a current: series edge.In.
cial Services 14 ; I nil I lhe COnl."lr V. Hopkins acting CommanderFleet of helpful tips pertaining to golf II the event either team take

AE-A School ; representative are from Air, Jacksonville in ceremonies I etiquette deals with that important an advantage in the forthcoming

> Special ; command of Commander : MondAY.iCrouch. but oftimes neglected rule on series, it could easily turn on

AK-Marines 14 ; Air, Jacksontille. The i paying green fees.RULE the green light to hoot the All-)
AE-B School 17 ; Jax, raiquetinen com NINE Star game.

AE-A School 's. ; .- dominated play in the HurlsNoHitter Monthly green fees are due priorto Jacksonville has never been the

Special Services e\ent. the first time you play each' host for the mid-season event. But

moat recent tourney For month. Just a reminder green this season manager Ben Ger-

"A fellow In came at the expense of Wil I fee are due the first of each: aghty and crew Ire favorites if

remarked for the second straight year Cecil Field I month. they can stave off Macon's bid.
born with a Fleet champion himself,

mouth He Wilson fell before Sobie. : Fasron 109's talented] Beavets

hasn't stirred !! ( 7.9. 6-3, 6-2, 61. I held a raior-thin lead over }Fire

Department as first half play in

the Men's City Softball League ....
H.-
neared its close
Don Glldeuell hurled the Heaters -

I to a 3.0 win oter the moke _
l
Eater in the feature. game

of the reason. at iJMkawanna

Park Jdfct week.
I
In other City Loop activity I

'r $ Cecil Field helped by Charley I
,
: Barnhart's two homer, walloped i Y.
Hardage and Son, 172. The pEA

Cecil, nine then defeated City 1 ]j

,. r Utilities, 40. Jim Crouch hurled
M1t .y
no-hit ball in this fray.

!'ATfCt>nttr' split a pair of

game last J week, winning 7-1, A 4 N
behind BlalneVatklnt' nohitperformanee

before being tipped
A
by Fire Department, 8-6. yJ

i i NAS Civilians defeated NAS

Pel'flonnel3::; in the Recreation

w League opener for both clubs. NEWCOMER Itj! Strange, 132-pound boxer from AEA)
GOLFING CLAMOCR-Rehashlng highlights of the recent Jake Williams was the hitting School, gets a few pointers from fax: Navy boxing coach Bob Per
Ladles Spring Cup ,Golf Tourney Is Mary Barrow (right) and' I star for the victors M "winning kins In the Price Natatorium gym. Strange, who bails from New
Jean Suttle! championship: flight contenders.: Mrs. Barrow de/fated hurler Henry Mansfield spaced York City and who's idol is Sugar Ray Robinson, In a former
her opponent, 5 and 4, to garner the coveted links prize. Other I three hilts.I champion in Navy boxing: circles. He won the regimental and
flight winners were Dottle Treltel, Joyce Naff and Grate Irrabino. brigade lightweight championship at NTC Dalnbrdge. JI

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i
FOR RENT

Navy wife to sharI house with

Navy couple. 5245 Denning Rd.

Ph. 88-8827, Mrs. Connors.

Furn. garage apt. 2601 Park St.

Ph. 8-2770, Bessie Houston Personnel are Invited to visit

3 bdrm. house. 3808 Walsh St. the USO Servicemen's Club at 37

Ph. 8-5430, Courson. v W. Monroe St., open from. 0930
3 nn. furn. duplex. 2984 Green to 2330 daily.Thursday .

St. ext. 8153 or Ph. 8-4447, Mrs. June 17-8:00: p.m.,

lI ster. A Open house. I You; can't take off-'until t the
3 bdrm. (urn. house, $100. 2421
Blandlng Blvd. Ph. 88-8502> Mrs. h Friday, June:18-6:30: ; : pm. Cafe squadron laundry: is dry, sir!"
Itallano, Spaghetti supper; 9:15: '
Speer.' p.m. Melody Ballroom. with Chaz 'What's Your Desire1Sels
6 rm. nicely furn. home. Ph. 2-
Harris.
'
1565, Eiby.
Saturday, June 19-9:30: a.m., Second DrawingAnother
0.rm. furn. home in Venetla. 4349
.DeMedia. Ph. 88-0412, Lcdr. t All day picnic at Gold Head -selection of a candidatefor
Rupp. a s Branch State Park, Boating, "What's Your Desire?" will

3, nn. Turn apt. 803 EdgewoodAve. Swimming and hiking Sign up be made Wednesday, June 30, by .
Ph. 2-9279, M. G. Cadoura. on bulletin board In' advance; Special Services of the Naval Air

Furn. apt. near NAS. 2604 Post FISHING PRIZES- Winners for the month of May in the 8:00: p.m., orchestra dance with Technical Training Center betweenthe
St., :Mrs. Bray. Black Bass Fishing Contest for Civil Service employees were on NAS Jumpin' Jar, girl of the first and second evening mov
Furn. apt. 2264 Dellwood. hand last Friday for their prizes. James Lamb (right) Plant divIsion month to be announced. ies at King Hall.
garage 0 & R. department, accepts his tackle box from T. P. Mcixel,
Tickets meanwhile for Wednesday
Sunday June 20( 10.00
Ph. 7-4115, Mrs. David. : a.m.,
contest committeeman, as first prize in the men's division. Mrs.
2rm. efficiency apt. (two), 1511 Rose Neal (left) of Production Group Office, 0 & R, also claimed Dunking Round Table Free performances are being pick
Barrs St. Ph. 8-2407, Mrs. Spur- her prize as winner in the women's division. Some. $1,000 in donuts and coffee; 11:00: a.m., Off ed up and held for the monthly
gcan. prizes will be given away this year in the contest. to church; 6:00: p.m., Special Vesper drawing.

Will share 2 bdrm. apt. with bus services by the Sundayland James Bassette, AOAA, Avia-

iness girl. Ph. 8-1906, Mrs. Lee. More\ 'Lucky Bucks' Trio. Pantry night. tion Ordnanceman School( ClassA

1 bdrm. furn. apt. 624. Lomax.Ph. Winners For May For Safety Smart Monday, June 21-7:00: p.m., won last month's contest and
received
gratification of his wishto
2-1772, Purgler. Ping Pong Instructions with
bdrm. furn. tO. 2148 Ros- Five Frank ride in a Jet plane, through the
1 apt. $ Claim Prizes In more safety conscious Puskas; Roller Skating at
selle St. Ph. 7-5461, Emery. people were added to the Skateland, reduced rates. cooperation of Fasron Six.

3 rm. furn. apt. Murray Hill. Ph. Fishing ContestWinners growing list of recipients of Tuesday, June 22 -8.00: p.m., 4 .

8-1760, Mrs. Ballentine. "lucky bucks" and free meals. musical quiz program. Prizes will

.I 5 rm. furn. house( $7$. 2509: Forbes for the month of MayIn The five received their prlz- be theater passes.Wednesday "

St. Ph. 7-4738, Mrs. George. the Black Bass Fishing Contestfor es0 for correctly giving the June 23-8:00. : p.m., i
3 rm. furn. cottage"opp.. NAS, $30. Civil Service employees have safety slogan for the monthof Corn Popping.

G. Schulz, Ph. 5-2410. been announced. June, which is: "Help Rescue .
Furn. room, $6 week. 2130 Dell- '
Safety' Accidents Are
James Lamb, of Plant division, -
wood. Ph. 7-4355, Mrs. Tomp- Adm. Hardison
Killing ItI"!
Shop 8184, 0 & R department, ,
kins.
was the winner in the men's division Winning "lucky bucks" were (Continuel from Page 1))'
2 bdrm. apt. $75. 3107 Post St.
with an 11 pound, 3 ounce R. G. Cheetwood, HMC, Preventive -
Chief of Naval for
Operations tr
Ph. 88-9737, :McMullen. ,
catch at Crescent Lake. He useda :Medicine Unit and 4h + 4& s3:
3 nn. furn. apt., $50. 112 E. Ash- Air in the Pentagon. f
rod and reel with a plug. Lamb Melvin Robinson, AK1, Fasron
Captain Hopkins, who has as-
Icy Ph. 4-5676, Mrs. Stradtman.
wins Buddy' tackle box. Six. Given meal .,
a "My chits for a
\ a sumed the duties, of CommanderFleet 1M.y?
Ladles division honors were free meal at the civilian cafeteria -
Air Jacksonville until June
1OR SALE taken Mrs. Rose Neal, Production -
by were Dorothy Faraday,
30, will be retired soon after that
Large 5 rm. CD home, $5,000. Group office, 0 & ''R de- O & R; Harry Sour, 0 & R time
5443 Carder St., 1 blk. W.'lSOO partment. She snared a 9pounderon and Milwee Gantt, Administration. -
Lakeshore Blvd. Umstot. Rear Adm. John Perry, named
rod and reel using live shinerat si
2 bdrm. CBS home. 5217 :Marlene Big Sante Fe Lake. She also last week by the Bureau of Na-
val Personnel to succeed Adm. .
AVe., Lakeshore. Ph. Green
wins a "My Buddy" tackle box.
Cove Springs, 3365, or Naval A large spotlight was awardedto Bomb Rack Hardison, will report here from ./ i ..YYCM.
Hospital, 2-9259, Lt. Hook. his present command of the 17th
2 bdrm. CB home. 1282 Peace- Kenneth: Sparkman, Public (Continued from Page 1) Naval District with headquartersat .,q}4 b n 1Q. i
Works department, for the con ,4
field. Drive. Ph. 871506. Mrs. Kodiak: Alaska.
Check. solation prize. Using a cane pole, contains its own trouble continuity < .19 4

with meat skin bait, Sparkman check. 9
Large 3 bdrm. brick home. 4811'
Elizabeth Ter. Lt..Gatewood. landed a 11 pounder at Lev Y's The original model of Mathews Urge Absentee Voting ; ,

8 bdrm. house, 1 mi. from NAS. Prairie.No Tester was made from For Service Wives H' .

4682 Timuquana. Ph. 8-3903, A. prize was given in the chil- scrap parts and cannon plugs A bill recommending that
dren's division, due to lack of en- state registrations laws be lib
H. Knoll.: tt'ilf'81nddrd
with
8w to turn the
,
I bdrm 2 bath ranch type home. tries. eralized to permit wives of
3020 Ernest St. Additional catches were enteredby current on and off. armed forces personnel the AjFu. .
Ph. 2-6693, R. :.:';-. .. -" ....
]..'. Jones. Mrs. P. L. Johnson, wife of It was pointed out that of such same rights of absentee voting SEEWORTIIY- a wel

S bdnn. home, Ph. 8-6715, Binder. Lem Johnson, Public Works; Wal- importance was the tester, and that are given service person- come sight to grace the sandsof

1 rm. furn. cottage, $300 cash. G. den Johnson( Supply departmentand its desirability for use, that a nel, has been reported by the any beach. Her name's
Schulz, Ph. 52410. L. P. Bell, transportation division Senate Rules Committee.The Laurie Dawne, she strikes a
project has been established at pretty pose in a bathing suit.
for the
J5 ft. 1952 trailer, $2,740 equityfor Public Works. same privilege
the Naval Air Development Cen- wives of merchant marinersand
$1,740. Ph. 8-1349 L. E. e .
Sullivan. ter, Johnsvllle, Pa., for prototype for those of government Ask More HousingContinuel

development( of such equipmentfor workers overseas, are also recommended -
f bdrm. solid brick home 2131 If You Admire ( from Page 1))
fleet-wide in the bill.
use.
Maple Leaf Dr., E. Arlington,
gentla, Newfoundland, 45; Naval
fl,800 equity. :Master Sgt. Ber-
Ceramics Why Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 259;
tolino, ext. 8240.
t bdrm. ranch home. Garage, I[ CAN'T FIND/ / ANYTHING WRONG Naval Air Activities, Port Lyautey,

,,. screened porch, patio, radiant Not Join Class? WHAT SEEMS TO BE THETRO'UBLEr French tivities, Morocco East Rota, 175, ; Spain Naval, Ac 64;
heat. 5344 Delia Robbla Way,
'. NAS, Atsugl, Japan, 139.
Vcnetia. Ph. 8-4040, Lcdr. Zane. :Many of the interesting ceramic '1 *
found in the better
objects gift ; I Natal Station, Kwajalein, Marshal
:MISCELLANEOUSIlldo shops can be made for practically G KEEP HITTING THINGS/ Islands, 175; Naval Communications

wanted from 8900 block, At- nothing at the Hobby Shop, Building ) Facilities, P. I, 328; Marine

lantic Blvd. to NAS. Ph. ext. 896. Corps Facilities Camp Le-

8213, Branesky. A class in ceramics, now in jeune, N. C., 50; Depot of Sup

Will baby sit day or night. Ph. progress, has complete equipmentfor plies, Albany, Ga., 238; Recruit

. 88-0027, Mrs. Pollard. making and baking objects rmt1 Depot, Parris Island, S. C., 51?:
Will baby sit day or night, or purchased, including a new kiln. Supply Annex, Bar stow, Calif.,

permanent position. 5111 Kings- Students can also buy all neces e e 67; Training Center, 29 Palms,

bury Ave. Ph. 88-9791, Mrs. sary material at the Hobby Shopat Calif., 479... Pendleton, Calif., 199;

Stumbo. minimum cost. 4 t, Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif.,
Riders wanted from 6th and Main Those interested in learning this 12; Quantico, Va., 32; Air Facility,
fits to NAS. Ph. 4-4744, Mr. art can join the class being con- 4 New River, N. C., 70; Air Station,

Droze. ducted on Tuesdays or Wednes- Beaufort, S. C, 185; USMC, Pearl
Owner of 100 ft. Motorsallor days from 1900 to 2200, by simply 4 LM Harbor, T. H., two.
Yacht Nautilus is taking boat phoning :Mrs. Barbara Scott, In- -- 4..----

to N. Y., departing about June structor, at,the Hobby Shop, ex- One comedian tells of the taxi

31 ETA, June 26. Would like tension 771. driver who scowled at the passen

1 or 2 officers to give after- The present, attendance is de- 1 r.O .r ger who didn't..tip him. "You for-
guard or 1 married officer and creasing. Unless dependents or got something," growled the

wife to drive car to N. Y, James personnel sign up now. it may be cabbie. '

ft, Ottley, Jax Yacht Storage necessary to discontinue the classes "What?" asked the passenger.

Co, Ph 4-8VM: In view of the expense Involved! "Your bagpipes

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